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Pecqueur

Author biography Pecqueur

Daniel Pecqueur was born in Rouen in 1948. He first studied drama before dedicating himself to his other passion, car racing, taking part notably in the Formula 3 Championships. And it was his interest in the classic comics series "Michel Vaillant" that ultimately led him to his new life as a comics scriptwriter. His first work was "Légendes du chevalier Cargal," a heroic fantasy series illustrated by Gilles Formosa. In 1987, he then began the series "Thomas Noland" (Dargaud), illustrated by Franz, before creating "Marée basse" alongside Jean-Pierre Gibrat, as part of the "Long Courrier" collection (Dargaud). Following that, he joined up with publisher Delcourt to create the science fiction series "Golden City," illustrated by Nicolas Malfin; "Tao Bang," a two-part series co-written with Olivier Vatine and illustrated by Fred Blanchard and Didier Cassegrain; "Golden Club," in which he returned to the subject of car racing; and "Arctica," a fantasy series illustrated by Bojan Kovačević. In 2018 he was invited to write the script for the twelfth volume of "XIII Mystery" (Dargaud; Europe Comics/Cinebook in English), alongside artist Philippe Buchet.

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