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Anne Delobel (born 1949) is a French colorist, letterer and editor.

She contributed the colors and the lettering to dozens of French comics in the 1970s and 1980s, including Adèle Blanc-sec by her partner at the time, Jacques Tardi, as well as Les Rêves du fou by Chantal Montellier, and Salammbo by Druillet.

In the late 1970s, she served as assistant editor on the comics magazine Ah ! Nana.

Her work is often based on muted primary colors.

Selected BibliographyEdit

  • Adèle Blanc-Sec series by Jacques Tardi
  • Une aventure de Cliff Burton series Rodolphe and Frédéric Garcia
  • Eva K. series by Frank Giroud and Barly Baruti
  • Les aventures series by Gil and Georges de Wasterlain
  • L'Heure du loup by Rodolphe and Jacques Ferrandez
  • Jack Palmer series by René Pétillon
  • La Jeunesse d'un inconnu célèbre by Christian Godard and Julio Ribera
  • Les Mangeurs de foudre by Brice Tarbel and Steve Cuzor
  • Mélanie White by Serge Clerc
  • Les Rêves du fou by Chantal Montellier
  • Rork series by Andreas
  • Salammbô by Philippe Druillet

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