Affiche Loisel – La Quête de l’oiseau du temps N&B – La Quête de l’oiseau du temps
Affiche d’art Loisel – La Quête de l’oiseau du temps N&B
Auteur : Régis Loisel
Publisher: Granit Associés
Description : Affiche version noir & blanc imprimée sur Papier FREDIGONI / Stucco old mill 250 gr
Size: 50 x 100 cm
The Quest for the Time-Bird, a founding saga
Published in four albums by Dargaud from 1983 to 1987, The Quest for the Time-Bird, written by Serge Le Tendre and drawn by Régis Loisel, paved the way for the success of heroic fantasy comics and struck a perfect balance between humour, adventure, drama and emotion. Preceded by the cycle Before the Quest, it ends with a final era called After the Quest..
Once upon a time there was a cursed god, a princess-witch, a grumpy knight and a bird with magical powers... And also a young girl named Pélisse, who turns heads and capsizes hearts, and many other characters. The story takes place in the world of Akbar, facing a terrible peril. The enchantment that imprisons the traitor god Ramor in a conch, guilty of having wanted to seize Power-Force, is about to be broken.
If Ramor were to regain his freedom, Akbar would be in the throes of death and desolation. Mara, the witch-princess, has discovered the incantation capable of thwarting this dire fate. But it needs time, and only a mythical bird has the power to stop Time. Mara then entrusts a mission to Pelisse, her daughter: to find her former lover, the knight Bragon, and to set out in search of the "bird of time". The first great heroic fantasy saga of French comics can begin ...