Jean-Marc Lofficier

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Jean-Marc Lofficier : biography

June 22, 1954 –

Cheval Noir (Dark Horse, 1989–94)

  • Adele Blanc-Sec by Jacques Tardi
    • #1 – Adele and the Beast in #1-5 (1989)
      • (NBM Publishing, 1990)
    • #2 – The Demon of the Eiffel Tower in #6-8 (1990)
      • (NBM, 1991)
    • #3 – The Mad Scientist in #15-18 (1990)
    • #4 – Mummies on Parade in #19-23 (1991)
    • #5 – The Secret of the Salamander (one-shot) (Dark Horse, 1992)
    • Adieu, Brindavoine in #24-27 (1992)
    • The Flower in the Rifle in #29 (1992)
  • Lone Sloane by Philippe Druillet
    • #1 – The Six Voyages of Lone Sloane in #1-6 (1989)
      • (NBM, 1990)
    • #2 – Delirius in #7-12 (1990)
  • Rork by Andreas
    • #1 – Fragments in #1-3, 5-7 (1989)
      • (NBM, 1990)
    • #2 – Passages in #13-17 (1990)
      • (NBM, 1991)
    • #3 – The Graveyard of Cathedrals in #19-23 (1991)
    • #4 – Starlight in #36-40 (1992)
      • (NBM, 1992)
    • #5 – Capricorn in #47-50 (1993)
  • Fred & Bob in Cheval Noir #1-3, 5-8, 10-11, 20, 22-23, 26 (1989–91)
  • Les Cites Obscures by Benoit Peeters & François Schuiten
    • Fever in Urbicand in #1-6 (1990)
      • (NBM, 1990)
    • "’The Tower in #9-14 (1991)
      • (NBM, 1993)
  • Coutoo by Andreas in #8-11 (1990)
    • Coutoo (one-shot) (Dark Horse, 1991)
  • The Roach Killer in #10-14 (1991)
    • (NBM, 1992)
  • The Great Power of the Chninkel by Jean Van Hamme & Grzegorz Rosiński in #13-22 (1991)
  • Jordan in #23-26, 28 (1992)

Other:

  • French Ice #1-13 (Carmen Cru by Jean-Marc Lelong, Kador by Christian Binet) (Renegade Press, 1987-88)
  • Aquablue #1-2 (by Thierry Cailleteau & Olivier Vatine) (Dark Horse Comics, 1989-1990)
  • French Ticklers #1-3 (Kitchen Sink Press, 1989-90)
  • "The Fugue in Taboo #4 (by Philippe Foerster, Spiderbaby Grafix, 1990)
  • "The Music-Loving Spider" in Taboo #7 (by Foerster) (Spiderbaby, 1992)
  • "First Signs of Activity…" in Snarf #14 (by Edika) (Kitchen Sink, 1990)
  • "Chomdu" in Snarf #15 (by Edika) (Kitchen Sink, 1990)
  • Chip ‘n Dale (The Walt Disney Company, 1990)
  • Nosferatu (by Philippe Druillet) (Dark Horse, 1991)
  • Cromwell Stone (by Andreas) (Dark Horse, 1992)
  • Nestor Burma #1 – The Bloody Streets of Paris (by Léo Malet & Jacques Tardi) (Simon & Schuster, 2004).
  • Wampus #1 (Hexagon, 2005) ISBN 1-932983-61-9
  • C.L.A.S.H. (Hexagon, 2006) ISBN 1-932983-62-7
  • Phenix #1 (Hexagon, 2006) ISBN 1-932983-63-5
  • Kabur #1 (Hexagon, 2006) ISBN 1-932983-83-X
  • Zembla #1 (Hexagon, 2007) ISBN 1-932983-93-7
  • "Homicron" in Strangers #1 (Hexagon, 2008) ISBN 1-934543-10-1
  • "Jaydee" in Strangers #2 (Hexagon, 2009) ISBN 1-934543-42-X
  • "Starlock" in Strangers #3 (Hexagon, 2009) ISBN 1-934543-65-9

Filmography

Animation

  • Super Friends : The Legendary Superpowers Show : "Apokolips Now" (unproduced, Hanna-Barbera, 1985)
  • Duck Tales : "Magica’s Shadow War" (The Walt Disney Company, 1986)
  • The Real Ghostbusters : "The Ghostbusters in Paris", "The Headless Motorcyclist" (DIC Entertainment/Columbia Pictures, 1986)
  • The Bionic Six : "The Hive", "Bone of Contention" (TMS Entertainment/Universal Television, 1987)
  • The Airtight Garage (feature, unproduced, 1989)
  • Young Robin Hood : "Merry no More" (Cinar/Hanna-Barbera, 1991)
  • Oedipus & Rex (bible, unproduced, ABC Television, 1996)

Features

  • Despair (adapted from a novel by Marc Agapit; in production; 2008) http://www.despair-themovie.com/