Comic
Dutch

Zwarte vrijdag

Jean Van Hamme (author of screenplay), William Vance (illustrator)
Een man komt op een strand terecht in een onbekende omgeving en herinnert zich niets meer: geen naam, geen voorgeschiedenis. De enige aanwijzing voor zijn identiteit is een getatoeëerd getal, XIII. Zijn situatie is des te hachelijker omdat een bende killers hem op de hielen zit. Bovendien komt hij erachter dat hoge burgerlijke en militaire instanties in hem geïnteresseerd zijn. Dit spionageverhaal
Title
Zwarte vrijdag
Author of screenplay
Jean Van Hamme
Illustrator
William Vance
Language
Dutch
Original language
French
Publisher
Brussel: Dargaud Benelux, 1998
48 p. : ill.
ISBN
90-6793-171-3

About Jean Van Hamme

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Jean, knight Van Hamme (born 16 January 1939) is a Belgian novelist and comic book writer. He has written scripts for a number of Belgian/French comic series, including Histoire sans héros, Thorgal, XIII and Largo Winch.

Biography

Early years

After studying business administration at the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, he worked as a journalist and in the marketing department of Philips. In the meantime, he started writing, and one of his first scripts was adapted by Paul Cuvelier in 1968. This erotic comic named Epoxy was published by the controversial publisher Éric Losfeld, who prior to that also had published similarly themed comics like Jean-Claude Forest's Barbarella and Robert Gigi's Scarlett Dream. In 1976, Van Hamme became a full-time writer, and in the next few years he published seven novels and some m…Read more on Wikipedia

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