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Friday, April 18, 2008

Dupuy and Berberian


In case you missed it, the Daily Crosshatch's Brian Heater has a 3 part interview with Charles Berberian and Philippe Dupuy that went up recently. In it, the artists go into depth about their collaboration, influences and their relationship to their renowned Monsieur Jean character. They discuss the French book world, where apparently many writers are apparently trying to write like Brett Easton Ellis (ack!), and how France is apparently not the comics-friendly utopia that it gets a reputation for being out here in North America. Dupuy goes into detail about his recent book Haunted, outlining the benefits and trials of working solo. This interview is extremely engrossing and definitely a must-read for Dupuy and Berberian fans.

part one
part two
part three


Not enough Dupuy and Berberian, you cry? I agree!
All right, so I don't have more Berberian for you, but, for an ornery Statler and Waldorf style disagreement about Dupuy, check out the reviews of Haunted by Charles Hatfield and Craig Fischer of Thought Balloonist.

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