My Thoughts I don’t think that there is anything that could have properly prepared me for the dark themes that are presented so capriciously in this graphic novel. The corpse of a dead young girl lay decomposing in the woods, and out of her head springs forth tiny people that look like a mix between …
Fabien Vehlmann is like his hero: sparkling, committed and full of humor.
After having patiently followed the courses of a Nantes business school, Fabien Vehlmann realized that his path was elsewhere. Determined to embark on comics, he devoted himself to writing intensively for a whole year. He piles up projects and scrupulously floods the editorial staff of the Spirou newspaper. His tenacity was rewarded: he made his debut there in the course of 1998. In the pages of the beautiful newspaper, he learned his profession by scripting animations, then his first series including the famous “Green Manor” with Denis Bodart. Usually uses the pseudonym Vehlmann.