Les vieux fourneaux – tome 3 – Celui qui part

June 9, 2018

• Title English : The old furnaces – volume 3 – The one that leaves
• Author : Lupano Wilfrid (Auteur), Cauuet Paul (Illustrations)
• Pages : 64 Sheet
• Collection : Les vieux fourneaux
• Publisher : Dargaud (November 13, 2015)
• ISBN-10: 2505063524
• ISBN-13: 978-2505063520
• Product Dimensions : 22.5 x 1 x 29.8 cm
• Format Kindle : PDF, Paperback, Mobipocket and eBook
• Price : 12,00 FREE !!!
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 6/10

♦ Description : “Paul Cauuet est né le 11 juin 1980 à Toulouse. Dès l’enfance, le dessin est une véritable passion pour lui, grâce à l’encouragement et aux conseils de sa famille, ainsi qu’à la plongée dans la bande dessinée, d’abord avec Tintin, Astérix, puis avec Blake et Mortimer, Jeremiah, L’Incal … Le dessin ayant toujours accompagné sa scolarité, il prolonge sa passion dans ses études d’Arts Appliqués à l’Université Toulouse Le Mirail. C’est durant cette période qu’il rencontre Guillaume Clavery, scénariste. Leur premier projet de BD est publié en 2003 aux Editions Delcourt : « Aster » une série en 4 tomes, mêlant aventure, quête initiatique, paysages oniriques et mythologie orientale. En 2010, il collabore avec le scénariste Wilfrid Lupano, qu’il connaît depuis quelques temps déjà, pour « L’Honneur des Tzarom » aux Editions Delcourt, une série en 2 tomes, une comédie spatiale narrant les aventures loufoques et déjantées d’une famille de gitans du futur. Humour débridé, action rocambolesque, décors fantastiques et aliens en tout genre font de cette série une véritable récréation à grand spectacle. La fusion improbable entre l’univers de Georges Lucas et l’ambiance des films d’Emir Kusturica. Depuis 2012, il travaille au sein de l’atelier « La Mine », à Toulouse. A la fois, atelier de travail et lieu associatif qui propose des cours et stages de BD, ateliers de modèles vivants, et autres rencontres mêlant les différents acteurs du monde du 9ème art de la Ville Rose et de sa région. En 2014, Paul Cauuet et Wilfrid Lupano se retrouvent pour une nouvelle série « Les Vieux Fourneaux » éditée aux Editions Dargaud. C’est une comédie sociale aux parfums de lutte des classes et de choc des générations qui met en scène trois septuagénaires, amis d’enfance, bien décidés à profiter du peu de temps qu’il leur reste. C’est une histoire qui mêle humour, tendresse, nostalgie, sujets de société (travail, écologie, politique,…) et une certaine vision du monde actuel. En 2015, Les Vieux Fourneaux reçoit le Fauve du Public alors que le tome 3 sortira en novembre de cette année, suivit du tome 4 en 2017. Pour Les Vieux Fourneaux : Prix des Libraires BD 2014 (réseaux CanalBD/Album) Prix 2014 des rédacteurs de scénario.com Prix BDGest’Arts 2014 du meilleur album Prix Samb’or 2014 du meilleur album Prix du meilleur album au Festival BaionaKomiki 2014 (Bayonne) Prix de l’association Rhône-Alpes de gérontologie psychanalytique (ARAGP) Prix St Michel du Meilleur album 2014 Fauve du Public 2015 Prix Libr’àNous 2015 catégorie BD Prix des lycéens Lire Elire 2015 du Festival du livre jeunesse d’Annemasse.”

Author Biography

Biography

“Lupano Wilfrid”

Wilfrid Lupano – was born on September 26, 1971 in Nantes but spent much of his life in Pau, and now lives in Toulouse. After a bachelor’s degree and a year of philosophy at the Sorbonne, he finally passes a degree in English. Comics has always been part of his life, since his childhood when his parents consumed a lot. This allowed him to immerse himself very young in the narrative techniques and scenario construction inherent to comics. But it is mainly through a practice of role playing as a game master that he has forged real skills in the field of imagination and narration. In one of the bars where he worked to pay for his studies, he met his two current partners: Roland Pignault and Fred Campoy. It is this last one, become his friend, who proposed to him to launch in the writing of news and scenarios, by developing with him a character in America of XIX ° century: thus was born Little Big Joe. He draws his inspiration from the bars (since he now holds Le Filochard in Toulouse) and other nightlife. For him, they are great laboratories of human nature, where reality often goes beyond fiction. His influences are numerous and range from film, with the brothers Cohen, Mc Quarrey, Audiard, Blier, to classical literature and science fiction. Even if he has a huge comic culture, he admits that he prefers to draw from another universe the material necessary for his work. Today, except for the pursuit of Little Big Joe’s adventures, he has many projects in mind and wants to change his mind to work on adventure, thriller and other less conventional genres.”

Biography

“Cauuet Paul”


Cauuet Paul – From childhood, drawing is a real passion for him, thanks to the encouragement and advice of his family, as well as to dive into comics, first with Tintin, Asterix, then with Blake and Mortimer , Jeremiah, The Incal …

The drawing having always accompanied his schooling, he prolongs his passion in his studies of Applied Arts at the University Toulouse Le Mirail. It was during this period that he met Guillaume Clavery, screenwriter. Their first comic book project was published in 2003 by Editions Delcourt: “Aster” a series in 4 volumes, mixing adventure, initiatory quest, dreamlike landscapes and oriental mythology.

In 2010, he collaborated with screenwriter Wilfrid Lupano, whom he has known for some time already, for “The Honor of Tzarom” at Editions Delcourt, a series in 2 volumes, a space comedy narrating the crazy adventures and crazy of a family of gypsies of the future. Unbridled humor, incredible action, fantastic sets and aliens of all kinds make this series a real recreation show. The improbable fusion between the world of Georges Lucas and the atmosphere of Emir Kusturica’s films.

Since 2012, he has been working in the “La Mine” workshop in Toulouse. At the same time, workshop and associative place that offers courses and courses of comics, workshops of live models, and other meetings mixing the various actors of the world of the 9th art of the Pink City and its region.

In 2014, Paul Cauuet and Wilfrid Lupano meet for a new series “Les Vieux Fourneaux” published by Editions Dargaud. It is a social comedy with the scent of class struggle and shock of generations that features three septuagenarians, childhood friends, determined to take advantage of the little time they have left.

It is a story that mixes humor, tenderness, nostalgia, social issues (work, ecology, politics, …) and a certain vision of the world today. In 2015, Les Vieux Fourneaux receives the Fauve du Public while Volume 3 will be released in November of this year, followed by Volume 4 in 2017.”