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Fabrice Lebault retrouve l. a. magie du feuilleton populaire, dans une délicieuse mise en scène en hommage à Fantomas.Fortuné d'Hypocondre a un problème... ou précisons plutôt qu'il n'a que des problèmes depuis le jour où lui est apparu "Le Corbeau"..."Le Corbeau" est le héros de romans de gare éponymes, feuilletons à deux sous, aux intrigues aussi rebondissantes que convenues. Fortuné se faisait un plaisir d'étriller cette piètre littérature dans ses opinions. Mais voilà que "Le Corbeau" est devant lui et ne le quitte plus, lui rendant l. a. vie infernale. Il a terriblement besoin de l'aide de Fortuné pour le conduire à son créateur et faire de sa vie un chef d'oeuvre inoubliable en l'immortalisant pour toujours en génie du Mal !Ironique et malin, Fabrice Lebeault retrouve le plaisir de l'invention, de l. a. magie qui avait fait le succès de "Horologiom". Son traitement au crayon donne une environment particulièrement réussie, graphiquement moderne et pourtant délicieusement surannée.En fin d'album, quinze pages reprennent los angeles toute première model de l'histoire sous forme de nouvelle, complétée de treize illustrations à l'aquarelle.

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A global consensus has now emerged that too-big-to-fail is the biggest single threat to our bank system. Economist Henry Kaufman, a conservative voice, had a lengthy op-ed in the Wall Street Journal that reaches this conclusion. Paul Volcker, former Fed chairman and now chair of the President’s Economic RecovÂ�ery Advisory Board, agrees. Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan—whose autoÂ�biography is one long, standing ovation for Ayn Rand—has said that too-big-to-fail is dangerous. Mervyn King, the governor of the Bank of England, has said it.

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