A Story of Men

Written by ZEP
IDW Publishing
2017- September

About A Story of Men
In this original graphic novel, the last time that the rock group Tricky Fingers found themselves in the same spot was eighteen years ago for a concert in the BBC studios that was supposed to launch their career… but instead ended in catastrophe. Since then, this group of friends that once harbored dreams of revolutionizing rock has parted ways, most drifting into musical obscurity. Except Sandro. His initiative brings the group together for the weekend to find out where life has taken them. How their fortunes have faired. To see if they’ve learned anything since they were teenagers.

About the auhor : ZEP is the pseudonym of Philippe Chappuis, a comics creator from Switzerland, known for his series Titeuf,(1992), one of the bestselling French comic series of all time. His gag comic about the young yellow-quiffed boy has been translated in English, Dutch, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Turkish, Hebrew, Czech and Chinese and inspired both an animated TV series as well as a feature film. Zep was co-creator of the comics monthly Tchô! (1998-2010) and drew several erotic humor comics like 'Les Filles Électriques' (1997) and 'Happy Sex' (2009). As a music fan he also drew some series about rock 'n' roll, such as 'L'Enfer des Concerts' (1999) and 'Happy Rock' (2010).

Meet ZEP at the New York Comic Con between October 5th-8th !

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