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Pascal Blanché

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Tales from the Arabian Nights
Sergio Toppi - 2013-01-01 (first published in 1984)
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Nascido em Milão, em 1932, Toppi foi um dos mais inovadores e talentosos desenhadores europeus, premiado no Festival de Lucca de 1992, com o Yellow Kid para Melhor Desenhador. Em 1979, realizou para a revista italiana Alter Alter um conjunto de oito contos inspirados pelas Mil e Uma Noites, reunidos sob o título Sharaz-De. Face ao sucesso da edição...
Pascal Blanché
Sergio Toppi. an amazing skill set of narative and illustrations combined into a truly inspiring unique approach of composition. My favorite book: Sharaz-De: Tales from the Arabian Nights      source
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Akira Club
Katsuhiro Otomo - 2007-09-04 (first published in 1995)
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Discover the stunning artwork of Katsuhiro Otomo with Akira Club! This essential companion to the iconic manga Akira features over 100 title-page illustrations, rare alternate artwork, production sketches, posters, and more. With commentary from the artist himself, this collection is a must-have for any fan of manga and sci-fi illustration.
Pascal Blanché
@thisnorthernboy So love that book. Masterpiece.      source
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Being an Account in Words and Artwork of the 2358 A.D. Voyage to Darwin IV
Wayne Douglas Barlowe - 1990-01-12
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Embark on a thrilling journey to an unexplored planet teeming with exotic creatures and breathtaking landscapes, brought to life through acclaimed wildlife artist Wayne Douglas Barlowe's remarkable paintings and illustrations. This groundbreaking travel book is a must-read for fans of science fiction and astronomy alike.
Pascal Blanché
#INSPIRATION: Talking about alien landscapes and fauna.... Wayne Barlowe and his book Expedition. A MUST have!      source
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Ambassador of the Shadows
Pierre Christin - 1998-12-11 (first published in 1975)
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Embark on a thrilling space adventure with Ambassador of the Shadows. Valerian and Laureline must protect the new ambassador from Earth on the multicultural Point Central space station. But when Valerian is kidnapped in a lightning commando attack, it's up to Laureline to save them both and uncover the motives behind the kidnapping. Get ready for a gripping read that takes you through the seedy underbelly of the galaxy.
Pascal Blanché
@70sscifi From "Ambassador of the shadows" my favorite book from the serie.      source
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Tiamat's Wrath
James S. A. Corey - 2019-03-26
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Humanity has built an interstellar empire in the alien ruins, but mysteries and threats grow deeper. Tiamat's Wrath finds the crew of the Rocinante fighting an underground war against a nearly invulnerable authoritarian empire, while James Holden is a prisoner of the enemy. At the heart of the empire, Teresa Duarte is ready to take on her father's godlike ambition, and Elvi Okoye searches for the nature of a pre-human genocide. Courage and ambition won't be enough, as a battle looms that humanity can only lose. The eighth book in The Expanse series, now a Prime Original series.
Pascal Blanché
Deep into 8th book of #TheExpanse : Tiamat's Wrath. Loving it. A must read for scifi fans out there!      source
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The Metabarons Vol.1
Othon & Honorata (1)
Alejandro Jodorowsky - 2004-09-01 (first published in 1992)
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"Explore the fascinating lineage of ultimate warriors in this cult spin-off of 'The Incal'. Learn about the origins of the Metabarons' deep-seated principles, their cybernetic implants, and their unique method of succession. Follow each generation as they battle against a greedy, corrupted galaxy in this classic work of stellar graphic storytelling and science fiction."
Pascal Blanché
He also worked with Jodorowsky ( yes THAT Jodorowsy from the Dune project ) on The Meta-Barons, I highly recommend the first book: Othon and Honorata. Lots of the designs and ideas comes directly from the Dune version of Jodorowsky.      source