Created by six years ago with the E. Leclerc cultural venues, the 2016 Landerneau Prize awarded the designer Cyril Pedrosa and his companion and co-writer Roxanne Moreil for "The Golden Age" (Dupuis / Aire Libre). The story: Tilda is preparing to take the throne to succeed with his dead father who is leaving a kingdom disturbed by the scarcity and mischief of the court masters. But a piece run by her younger brother confirms her to be exiled. Guided by strange signs, Tilda attempts to rebuild his kingdom with support from the Tankred wise and Bertil loyal. Their relationship is linked to an amazing story, "The Golden Age," whose power is so great that the world will change. Released in September, the table also runs for the ACBD Writers Award, which will be delivered on 10 December.
The BD Landerneau Award has been awarded by 6,000 euros and the winner's book is set out in the E. Leclerc network of cultural areas. There were nine other entries on the final list in the competition.
The 2017 prize was given to Philippe Valette for "Jean Doux and the soft disk secret" (Delcourt).
Landerneau BD 2018 Award: running ten records