This sharp unread copy of Poivet 30x40 includes two rare extras:
a 24 x 31.5 inch color poster for the CNBDI exhibition Raymond Poivet, Les Pionniers de l'Esperance at the 17th annual Angouleme Festival in 1990
A 16-page illustrated catalogue for the CNBDI exhibition Raymond Poivet, Les Pionniers de l'Esperance, designed by Jean-Pierre Dionnet and Etienne Robial, with essays, an extensive bibliography, and tributes from BD creators Druillet, Forest, Gigi, Frisano, Gillon, Mandryka, Mezieres, Moebius, Robial, Filippini, Christin, Lecureux, and Sacelinat.
Both poster and catalog are in Very Fine, new, unread condition.
Raymond Poivet is the subject of the 18th volume in Futuropolis' oversize 30x40 series (because the volumes are 30 cm x 40 cm). This volume showcases three complete serial stories by Raymond Poivet: a soccer strip, Rouge et Or (1949); a South Pacific desert island strip, 20 Latitude Sud (1950); and Lenine et la Grande Revolution (1967). All three stories are beautifully illustrated, especially the atmospheric desert island strip. Introduction by Jean-Pierre Dionnet.