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Jean Annestay

Jean Annestay is a comics writer, editor, and publisher who has issued volumes by such noted creators as Moebius, Frank Miller, Geof Darrow, Liberatore, and many more. He has also collaborated with various publishing houses such as Futuropolis , Humanoïdes Associés , Dargaud and Albin Michel.

In the early 90s, he adapted Paul-Loup Sulitzer as a comic book for the Dupuis editions at the same time as he co- wrote, with Moebius , Icare, a river manga for Jiro Taniguchi for the Kodansha editions (French edition by Kana in 2006) .

After having translated several comics from Italian and English during the 1980s, he translated the Hindu art historian and metaphysician Ananda Coomaraswamy and the Islamologist William Chittick for Dervy editions where he created, in 2008, in collaboration with Abdallah Penot, “Hikma”, a collection specializing in Sufism and oriental traditions.

In 2009, with Abdallah Penot, he founded and co-directed the Hikma collection specializing in Sufism at Entrelacs editions.

Books by Jean Annestay