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Thorgal - Volume 27 - The Scarlet Fire


Thorgal has failed. Despite all his efforts, he came up short in his attempt to save his son Aniel, and was forced to look on as sorcery transformed the young, mute boy into a teenager with terrible powers: the reincarnation of the Master of Red Magic. Our Viking hero, however, is convinced there is still a chance, and isn't yet ready to give up. But many threats are converging, from within the city and from afar, and the stakes may in fact be much higher than Thorgal imagined...

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Thorgal has failed. Despite all his efforts, he came up short in his attempt to save his son Aniel, and was forced to look on as sorcery transformed the young, mute boy into a teenager with terrible powers: the reincarnation of the Master of Red Magic. Our Viking hero, however, is convinced there is still a chance, and isn't yet ready to give up. But many threats are converging, from within the city and from afar, and the stakes may in fact be much higher than Thorgal imagined...

Biographie de Dorison Xavier

Xavier Dorison was born in 1972. After three years of business school, during which he launched a college comic book festival, he started writing "Troisième testament" (Glénat), a series illustrated by Alex Alice. Following that, he worked with Mathieu Lauffray on the series "Prophet" (Humanoïdes Associés), and then with Christophe Bec on "Sanctuaire" (Humanoïdes Associés). In a very short time, Xavier Dorison carved out his status in the world of Franco-Belgian comics, which was confirmed by "W.E.S.T." (Dargaud; "Spooks," Cinebook), co-written with Fabien Nury for one of the biggest names in realism, artist Christian Rossi. But Dorison didn't limit himself just to the world of comics. In 2006, the film "Les Brigades du Tigre" was released, an adaptation of the TV series of the same name, which Dorison again co-wrote with Nury. In 2007, he teamed up once more with Mathieu Lauffray for "Long John Silver" (Dargaud, Cinebook in English), which also met with huge success. In 2008, publisher Dargaud called on Dorison to write the script of the first volume of "XIII Mystery" (published in English by Cinebook), a spin-off of the famous series "XIII." The artwork was done by Ralph Meyer, and this would be the beginning of another prolific collaboration, including the Viking epic "Asgard" (Dargaud, Europe Comics in English). And in 2014, with Thomas Allart, Dorison produced "H.S.E." (Dargaud; Europe Comics in English), a tale of suspense about the downward spiral of an ultraliberal society. As an author with a high output, Dorison tends to work on several comic book series at the same time. Switching with ease between the aforementioned series, and his latest and greatest success "Undertaker" (Dargaud 2015, Europe Comics 2016), he's proved his ability to work with genres varying from adventure to westerns to historical drama, without ever losing the energy of the plot line and the structural solidity that characterize his work. It thus comes as no great surprise to know that he was entrusted with a recent volume of one of the all-time biggest adventure series of Franco-Belgian comics, the legendary "Thorgal" (Le Lombard, Europe Comics/Cinebook in English). He has also made a splash with his latest work, the historical fantasy series "Aristophania" (Dargaud, Europe Comics), created alongside Joël Parnotte.

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