Context Information
IllustrationFragments Summary
IllustrationSwords and deviltry
IllustrationSwords against death
IllustrationSwords in the mist
IllustrationSwords against wizardry
IllustrationThe swords of Lankhmar
AlbumCromwell Stone
AlbumLes nouveaux petits-miquets
Album EditionDream is over (1982, Panda)
Album EditionEpées et démons (1982, Temps Futurs)
Album EditionEpées et mort (1982, Temps Futurs)
Album EditionEpées et brumes (1982, Temps Futurs)
Album EditionEpées et sorciers (1982, Temps Futurs)
Album EditionLe royaume de Lankhmar (1982, Temps Futurs)
Album EditionLes nouveaux petits-miquets (1982, Le Citron hallucinogène)
Magazine PublicationFragments Summary - Tintin/Hello BD (fr); Kuifje (nl) (number 10)
Magazine PublicationLe prisonnier du désespoir - Tintin/Hello BD (fr); Kuifje (nl) (number 10-13)
Magazine PublicationHiver 51 - Spirou (number 2301-2303)
Magazine PublicationHiver 51 - Robbedoes (number 2301-2303)
Magazine PublicationLes oubliés - Super Tintin/Kuifje (number 18)
ArticleAndréas / Rivière (1982)
Patrick van Bergen (Site Editor) notes:
Andreas, Anne-Marie and Solenn move to Saint-Brieuc.
from the article "Rork and the fantastic (1995)":
In March 1982 appear the last short stories of Rork in Tintin/Hello BD (fr); Kuifje (nl). In October of that same year the prepublication of Cromwell Stone starts in Le Journal Illustré (le plus grande du monde) of publisher Deligne (Michel).
Andreas: After Révélations posthumes I had prepared a new project for (A Suivre). It was a rather long story of 120 pages. They refused it at (A Suivre). I didn't continue it then. It was a somewhat fantastic story, something better suited for Tintin/Hello BD (fr); Kuifje (nl). So they were quite right for not wanting it. In the meanwhile I had left Tintin/Hello BD (fr); Kuifje (nl) and was suddenly out of work. Luckily my friend Antonio Cossu was in charge of a new series of black-and-white comics at Deligne (Michel). Then I said to him: "I want to do something for you." I knew Deligne, because he had published one of my stories from my time at Saint-Luc, four plates based on a story by Jean Ray. Deligne was interested in my offer and paid me - for that time - extremely well. He paid more than Tintin.
During the making of Cromwell Stone I moved to Brittany. I wrote it in Paris, I drew it in Bretagne.
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You were talking about your move from Paris to Brittany. You left the other comic book authors behind. Were their other reasons? On a personal level for example?
Andreas: In Paris I met my wife and we had our daughter. We told eachother: "We are going to leave Paris and go somewhere else." My wife wanted to go south, but I don't like the south very much. Since she's half Bretonic, we left to Brittany. The north appeals to me. My ideal is Scotland. In France you'll end up in Brittany, then.