Five other albums from the official selection have already been chronicled in our columns.
Starting with the moving sixth and final volume of The Arab of the Future, of Riad Sattouf (Allary), who, not content with having obtained the Grand Prix of the city of Angoulême, could win another prize.
Another favorite, The Last Queen, by Jean-Marc Rochette (Casterman), who combines his love of the mountains, his attention to nature and his passion for art.
Without forgetting Skin, delicate portraits of women by Belgians Sabien Clement and Mieke Versyp (here and there), Les Pizzlys, an optimistic allegory on the “climate generation” by Jérémie Moreau (Delcourt), as well as La Revanche des librarians, strips with the tender irony of British Tom Gauld (2024 ed.).
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