Ed Tourriol

Cartoonist, Person

1974 –


Who is Ed Tourriol?

Edmond Tourriol is a French comic-book author. He was born in Talence, Gironde, France in 1974. He founded Climax Comics studios with his former partner Olivier Dejeufosse. He published with Climax Studios more than 50 fanzines and wrote some of his own comics Reflex and Zero Force. In 2001 he set up his advertising agency Clark System Innovation in partnership with Stephan Boschat. That same year he became a comic book translator for Semic Editions. For the French market he has translated many comic-books such as Superman, Batman, Teen Titans, Invincible, The Walking Dead, Beautiful Killer for Semic and Bamboo editions. In 2003, he founded Makma studios which gather more than 30 comic-book professionals. They work in free-lance for various publishers in the U.S and in France. In 2004 he sets up SuperPouvoir.com with Nicolas Duverneuil which is now one of the main comic-book websites in France. He has recently resumed his career as a writer. He now writes Zeitnot, a manga penciled by Eckyo and published by Les Humano├»des Associ├ęs. With Stephan Boschat he is the co-writer of Mix-Man, a super-hero penciled by Sid for Milan Presse. Since 2007, he also writes the official Urban Rivals comic book, adapted from the on-line game.

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