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Enaibi, the illustrator of Horion, is at Japan Expo !

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Enaibi is passionate about Japanese animation, and quickly develops a mastery of drawing. Her work helped her to become one of the pioneers of French-language manga at various trade fairs, while her sculptures made her a household name on the Internet. She obtained a master's degree in Japanese, and her skills led her to work for a major animation studio. Now Enaibi has a new challenge: to bring together all her experience in a single work.

 

Summary of Horion Volume 5: The two friends become obstacles to each other. Koza continues to rise, but Valyu refuses to let him go. Light and shadow intertwine inexorably in the chiaroscuro of a disturbing eclipse.

IF YOU MISSED THE BEGINNING: The city of Landgrave, populated by dissidents from the kingdom, is home to ‘awakened ones’ endowed with mysterious powers. To join them, however, you must face a deadly ordeal. Young Koza, accompanied by his friend Valyu, sets off in search of his brother, who has given up everything to join Landgrave. Their quest will take them far beyond their wildest dreams, and as they meet each other, our two friends will become intimately linked with the destiny of this world...

 

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about glénat

Glénat is one of France's historic comic book publishers. A forerunner in manga publishing, the publisher brought the immense Akira to France in the early 1990s, in a colorized version adapted to French customs. With the creation of the Glénat Manga collection, the publisher brought legendary series to the French-speaking public. These included Ranma ½ and above all Dragon Ball, which brought Glénat unprecedented success.

Since then, Glénat has continued to expand its catalog, with numerous science-fiction series, following in the footsteps of Akira, shojo such as Gakuen Alice or much more retro series such as Ashita no Joe

Glénat has also made itself available to publish French authors, such as Horion by the duo Aienkei & Enaibi. Discover Glénat's universe at their booth at Japan Expo!

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