Tango - Volume 3 - No Safe Harbor - E-book - Epub fixed layout

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For our two fugitives turned sailors, Tango and Mario, the next stop on their voyage around the West Indies is beautiful Curaçao. There they'll meet... Lire la suite
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Résumé

For our two fugitives turned sailors, Tango and Mario, the next stop on their voyage around the West Indies is beautiful Curaçao. There they'll meet Charles, a charming Frenchman who's clearly hiding something. The three go on together to Panama City, and it's not long before Charles catches the attention of the American authorities. And they're not the only ones who want to get their hands on this expat on the run...
Bullets will fly, with Tango once more caught in the middle.

Caractéristiques

  • Date de parution
    20/11/2019
  • Editeur
  • Collection
  • ISBN
    979-10-328-0969-3
  • EAN
    9791032809693
  • Format
    Epub fixed layout
  • Caractéristiques du format Epub fixed layout
    • Taille
      45 322 Ko
    • Protection num.
      Digital Watermarking

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À propos des auteurs

Born in 1967 in Normandy, Matz grew up between Martinique and Paris. In 1990, when he was still studying law, he published his first work with Futuropolis, "Bayou Joey, " followed three years later by "Peines perdues" with Casterman. In parallel, using his real name, Alexis Nolent, he published a novel, "La nuit du vigile, " recently republished by Rivages/Noir. From then on, he began to pursue two separate and simultaneous careers: during the day, Alexis Nolent made video games for Ubisoft, while at night Matz worked as a comics creator.
During this time, he wrote the series "Le Tueur" (Casterman, twice nominated at the Eisner Awards), as well as "Du plomb dans la tête" (Casterman), which inspired Walter Hill's movie adaptation starring Sylvester Stallone. Matz also created and directed, together with François Guérif, the Rivages/Casterman/Noir collection, in which he published "Le Dahlia Noir, " collaborating with David Fincher and Miles Hyman, as well as "Adios Muchachos" with Paolo Bacilieri.
In 2017, he published the first volume of "Tango" with Le Lombard (Europe Comics in English), alongside Philippe Xavier. Born in France in 1969, Philippe Xavier is a veritable globetrotter. At age 18 he left to study advertising in Argentina, followed by a stint as a graphic designer in Chile. At 22, he moved to the US, where he lived for 12 years, and broke into the comics industry. It was in 1996 that he began to illustrate comics for various publishers, as well as collaborating with magazines like "Heavy Metal." Following his experience in the US, he then published for Soleil "Le Souffle" and "Paradis perdu." In 2006, Xavier linked up with writer Jean Dufaux and publisher Le Lombard, and moved to Brussels, where the two creators teamed up for the long-running series "Croisade" ("Crusade, " Cinebook).
In 2017, he published the first volume of "Tango" with Le Lombard (Europe Comics in English), alongside Matz.

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