This is the story of Jacques Peuplier. Schizophrenic or extra-lucid, he talks to objects and they talk back to him.
This is the story of Jacques Peuplier. Schizophrenic or extra-lucid, he talks to objects and they talk back to him. To save himself from a gang of killers, he will go in search of a young woman, ally himself with a tribe of lost children and face a swarm of flying men. But above all, the man who only spoke to objects will have to split the armour to save a child.
A series of three volumes to date, published by Sarbacane, acclaimed by critics and the public, and awarded a prize at the Angoulême Festival in 2019.
“VilleVermine is a great comic book that stirs the imagination, the one that populates the nights we like to invent” (L’EXPRESS)
“Julien Lambert strikes a new blow with VilleVermine, an unclassifiable and insanely rich detective story. (L’AVENIR)
Adapting VilleVermine means adding movement, voices and music to an unparalleled story, sublimating it to place it in the tradition of the great works of the imagination such as Blade Runner or Akira.
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