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Marc-Antoine Mathieu


Marc-Antoine Mathieu is a French graphic novelist who, book after book explores new ways to integrate the very form of the graphic novel as integrative part of the labyrinths of his narratives. His series Julius Corentin Acquefacques, prisonnier des rêves (Julius Corentin Acquefacques, Prisoner of Dreams) that gathers six books from 1990 to 2013, in particular, deconstructs one by one every formal components of the graphic novel (cover, frames, perspective, two-dimensionality, directions of the pages, flatness of the page) while composing metaphysical considerations of what reality really is.


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Labyrinths and Metaphysical Constructions: An Interview with Marc-Antonie Mathieu

Léopold Lambert interviews graphic novelist Marc-Antoine Mathieu