• Written by: Manu Larcenet Art by: Manu Larcenet

    A man – filthy, stinking, alone and obese – is taken in by the police. We don’t yet know what he’s done, or why he’s there. But he’s going to tell us his story. The story of a man who strives to live by his own rules, free from the bounds of socially imposed morality and norms, an ambition inspired by one blinding, ecstatic, vivid moment of ultilmate perfection in life and existence – The Blast. He makes the only choice possible for him after such an experience: he leaves everything behind and sets off to live, really live, in the wild, on his own. This first volume is a homage to the acute beauty of nature, solitude and feeling alive. And to the pain and brutality necessary for this man to find his way to another, purer, more complete level of existence. But is the mysterious ‘Blast’ really what it seems? And so the interrogation begins.

    Blast 001 – Dead Weight (2015) (digital) (The Magicians-Empire).cbr
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    Written by: Manu Larcenet Art by: Manu Larcenet

    Back to the interrogation room nestled at the heart of that gray, clouded metropolis, and Polza’s story continues. We soon find ourselves extracted from that police station, the metaphor for everything that this extraordinary protagonist seeks to escape (law, bureaucracy, morality, social codes, restriction), and returned to the beautiful but savage rural backdrop of Polza Mancini’s quest for transcendance. His wanderings eventually bring him to the underground hideout of the so-called Saint Jacky , a prolific drug dealer who uses his profits to feed his obsession: books. But this avid reader also has his dark side, as Mancini soon discovers.

    Blast 002 – The Apocalypse According to Saint Jacky (2015) (Europe Comics) (digital) (Lynx-Empire).cbr
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    Written by: Manu Larcenet Art by: Manu Larcenet

    Mancini’s story gets harder and harder to digest, as it spirals towards it’s violent and sordid climax. We see cracks beginning to appear in that seemingly impenetrable calm he maintains in the interrogation room, as he relates his difficult winter, his internment in a psychiatric hospital, his discovery of a collection of paintings that are the perfect representation of human suffering, and a cataclysmic encounter in the forest.

    Blast 003 – Head First (2016) (Europe Comics) (digital) (Lynx-Empire).cbr
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    Written by: Manu Larcenet Art by: Manu Larcenet

    A man – filthy, stinking, alone and obese – is taken in by the police. We don’t yet know what he’s done, or why he’s there. But he’s going to tell us his story. The story of a man who strives to live by his own rules, free from the bounds of socially imposed morality and norms, an ambition inspired by one blinding, ecstatic, vivid moment of ultilmate perfection in life and existence – The Blast. He makes the only choice possible for him after such an experience: he leaves everything behind and sets off to live, really live, in the wild, on his own. This first volume is a homage to the acute beauty of nature, solitude and feeling alive. And to the pain and brutality necessary for this man to find his way to another, purer, more complete level of existence. But is the mysterious ‘Blast’ really what it seems? And so the interrogation begins.

    Blast 004 – I hope the Buddhists are Wrong (2016) (Europe Comics) (digital) (Lynx-Empire).cbr
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