The Blood of the Immortals

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7.84 X 10.52 X 0.59 inches | 1.42 pounds
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About the Author
Françoise Ruscak is a French screenwriter. After initially graduating in bookbinding at Estienne, then in cinema at Paris-Diderot, she turned to screenwriting in 2009.

Since then, she has specialized in children's fiction and has worked on numerous episodes of French animated series, including Kaeloo (Canal +), Le Loup (TF1) and Les Blagues de Toto (M6).

In September 2020, she penned the script for Sirens & Vikings: The Scourge of the Abyss.

Francesco Trifogli was born on March 5, 1978 in Rome. Though he attended a year at the Scuola Romana del Fumetto, he is predominantly a self-taught draftsmen and scriptwriter. He won the jury award at Lucca Comics & Games in 2009, just one year after its first publication. In 2012, he began his collaboration with Vertigo, illustrating a brief history for the volume Mystery in Space and the monthly series Hinterkind. In France, he worked with Éditions Tabou for which he wrote and drew seven erotic volumes and with Petit à Petit on the historical volume Le Havre.

Laurent Genefort was born in 1968 in the Paris region. At the age of 20, he became the youngest author of the Fleuve Noir Anticipation collection with Le Bagne des ténèbres. After studying literature at the Sorbonne, Laurent Genefort devoted himself entirely to writing and in 1995 won the Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire for Arago. He is best-known for the immersive universe that he developed around the space opera Omale. Published for the first time in 2001, the novel is the first in a series of works telling the destinies of three species cohabiting on the planet Omale: the humans, the Chiles and the Hodgqins.

From 2008 to 2012, the writer directed the collection "Les Trésors de la SF" at Bragelonne. In 2017, he participated in the adaptation of his novel Les Peaux épaisses to the graphic novel medium: Thick Skins.