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Theodore Poussin 2. The Island Hunter

Le Gall (illustrator)


More mayem and misadventures follow Theodore Poussin after he's left stranded in Singapore, desperately trying to work his way toward a return passage to Europe. Things seem to be looking up when he inadvertently inherits a pirate ship and starts making a living peddling merchandise to various ports in the Pacific, until his fate catches up with him yet again. Soon he's wanted for murder, hiding out in opium dens, running from law enforcement with the help of mysterious new allies, and being recruited for a most unlikely mission on a faraway island...

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More mayem and misadventures follow Theodore Poussin after he's left stranded in Singapore, desperately trying to work his way toward a return passage to Europe. Things seem to be looking up when he inadvertently inherits a pirate ship and starts making a living peddling merchandise to various ports in the Pacific, until his fate catches up with him yet again. Soon he's wanted for murder, hiding out in opium dens, running from law enforcement with the help of mysterious new allies, and being recruited for a most unlikely mission on a faraway island...

Biographie de Le Gall

Frank Le Gall was born in Rouen in 1959. At 16, he started work on a humoristic series for an environmentalist magazine, and soon thereafter began contributing to "Spirou" magazine. It was the start of a long and fruitful career, marked by prolific creation and frequent travels, either in person or via his work. It was this penchant for exploration that led to the birth, in 1984, of one of his most well-known and beloved series, "Théodore Poussin" (Dupuis, Europe Comics in English). With "Poussin," says the author, "I only opted for 1920s Asia so I could lie easily. I don't want an authentic story, only a credible one." It seems to have been a successful approach, as the third volume of the series, "Marie Vérité" ("Mary Verity") won the Prix du Meilleur Album in Angoulême in 1989.

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