From fearsome engine to final car, all surviving human life is here: a complete hierarchy of the society we lost. The elite, as ever, travel in luxury at the front of the train - but for those in the rear coaches, life is squalid, miserable and short. Now the poor have had enough: it's time to seize control of the engine - and their future! Translated from the highly acclaimed French classic, Snow
The escape
Author of screenplay
Jacques Lob
Jean-Marc Rochette
Original language
Original title
London: Titan, 2014
110 p. : ill., zw/w.
9781782761334 (hardback)

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About Jacques Lob

Jacques Lob (19 August 1932 – 24 May 1990) was a French comic book creator, known for several comics creations, including Superdupont.


Jacques Lob began his career as an illustrator of humorous cartoons that were published in various magazines, until he was advised to focus on his writing by Jean-Michel Charlier. Working for magazines like Pilote, Spirou, and Record in the early 1960s, he wrote material for artists such as Jean-Claude Mézières, Pierre Guilmard, Jo-El Azara and eventually Jijé providing material for Jerry Spring.

Upon meeting Georges Pichard, the two began a partnership that would span several works and a few genres. Initially they produced Ténébrax in 1964, for the short-lived magazine Chouchou; its serialisation continued in the Italian magazine Linus. For Pilote, they produced the family-friendly superhero parody, Submerman…Read more on Wikipedia