from the February 2008 issue
From Haunted. Forthcoming from Drawn and Quarterly. By arrangement with the publisher and with Éditions Cornélius. All rights reserved.
Born in Paris, Philippe Dupuy has been working in comics for nearly thirty years, mostly in collaboration with Charles Berberian, creating strips about their well-known character Mr. Jean. He and Berberian took the Grand Prize at the 2008 Angoul'me International Comics Festival. His other work includes Maybe Later and a book about Mexican drag queens, Arizona, and the reelection of President George Bush: Une élection américaine, published in France in 2006.
Translated from French by Helge Dascher
Helge Dascher is the translator of cartoonists David B., Baru, Guy Delisle, Dupuy & Berberian, Loustal, Michel Rabagliati and Stanislas, among others. Releases in 2007 included Aya, the Angoul'me award-winning debut by Marguerite Abouet and Clément Oubrerie, and White Rapids by Pascal Blanchet. Slated for 2008 are Douglas Wright Award winner Michel Rabagliati's Paul Goes Fishing, as well as Haunted, the latest solo effort by Angoul'me Grand Prix winner Philippe Dupuy, and The Burma Chronicles by Guy Delisle (all published by Drawn & Quarterly).