Kamdem Kaisseu, Landry (aka Landryman)

Illustrator country: Cameroon

Scenarist: Bouendeu, Pascal

Scenarist country: Cameroon

Language: French

Keywords: discrimination; France; human rights; migration; solidarity

This comic strip presents France as an idyllic country where everyone is accepted with no racial, gender, age, skin colour or personal ability discrimination. However, one of the characters reminds the others that equality doesn’t mean the possibility to do whatever one wants but is rather based on the respect of the law and of everyone’s rights.

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Colorist: Kamdem Kaisseu, Landry (aka Landryman)

Colorist writer country: Cameroon

Technique: Ink and watercolor on paper


Original drawings

Year: 2006

Dimensions: 29,7 x 42 cm

Inventory: inv. 716 / coll. CX8.CAMEROON.LANDRY.3

Number of sheets: 2

Notes: The comic is lacking in two plates - Each page on recto: dessin + couleur: Kandem Landry, scénario: B. Pascal - Each page on recto is signed Landryman 06 - One page is made up of two 21 x 29,7 cm sheets glued together