Enki Bilal, painter, filmmaker and maestro of the graphic novel and decorations, haunted, has previously signed an album entitled the Ghosts of The Louvre. But it is the Picasso museum that the author of hunting Party lets lock up a night to write up a text-free path. At the start, in a game immediately hallucinatory, Bilal feels on him a "breath salamander" while a hand hostile to the plans in an unknown place, where he loses consciousness to find herself on a camp bed.
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