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L’homme qui refusait de mourir
Nicolas Ancion & Killoffer [see all titles]
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 Nicolas Ancion & Killoffer L’homme qui refusait de mourir
published in October 2010
French edition
16,5 x 21,5 cm (softcover)
112 pages (40 b/w ill.)
ISBN: 978-2-914563-57-4
EAN: 9782914563574
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Halfway between science-fiction novel and thriller, this tale by Nicolas Ancion, illustrated by Killoffer, draws freely on François Taddéi's research on the ageing process of bacteria and the transmission of knowledge in nature, from unicellular organisms to human beings. A tell of robots and organ traffic, L'Homme qui refusait de mourir revisits the figures of the mad scientist and the sorcerer's apprentice.
Also available in English edition.
Nicolas Ancion (born 1971, Liège. Lives and works in Carcassonne, France) is a Belgian writer.

Killoffer (born 1966, Metz, France) is a French illustrator, founding member and publisher at l'Association. Leading figure of the alternative comics movement in France, his work has been translated in English (Six-hundred and Seventy-six Apparitions of Killoffer, Typocrat Press) and is now exhibited in art galleries.