Brieven voor Satan

Tome (author of screenplay), Warnant (illustrator)
In series:
Target audience:
15 years and up
Valse priester of echte smeris? David Solomon is zogezegd priester. Dat vertelt hij aan zijn moeder, die hartproblemen heeft. Maar eigenlijk is hij politieman! Beter bekend als "Soda", de man met slechts drie vingers aan de linkerhand (ooit zullen we weten waarom...). De gure achterbuurten van New York hebben voor Soda geen geheimen. Hij dróómt van die stad. Maar echte nachtmerries beleef je staan
Brieven voor Satan
Author of screenplay
Original language
Charleroi: Dupuis, 1988
46 p. : ill.
90-314-1200-7 90-314-1652-5

About Tome

Philippe Vandevelde, working under the pseudonym Tome (24 February 1957 – 5 October 2019), was a Belgian comics writer. He was known for collaborations with Janry on Spirou et Fantasio and Le Petit Spirou, and with Luc Warnant and later Bruno Gazzotti on Soda. He also collaborated with Ralph Meyer on Berceuse assassine, and with Marc Hardy on Feux. Earlier in his career he was an assistant-artist for Dupa.


Vandevelde was born in Brussels. An operation left him blind for a short while at the age of eight. His first experiences of comics were the Adventures of Tintin story King Ottokar's Sceptre and Corentin read aloud to him. Under the pseudonyms "Phil" and "Tom", he published his first illustrations and comics for the school magazine Buck (made by Thierry Groensteen) from 1972 to 1974. His first comic was a medieval paro…Read more on Wikipedia