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The Witcher illustrated - The Witcher
  • Sixty-four pages of spectacular oil paintings
  • A very large format enabling deep immersion
  • Unique official The Witcher edition
Andrzej Sapkowski, Thimothée Montaigne
The Witcher illustrated - The Witcher
(Le Sorceleur)
Type
Licensing
Word count
12,000 words
Rights sold
(4 Countries) : Brazil, China, Hungary, Russia

An illustrated immersion in the world of The Witcher

Geralt of Rivia is a witcher, a mutant trained to be a consummate assassin. Ogres, ghouls, and vampires abound in these dark times, and sorcerers are devious manipulators.

In Vizima, Geralt responds to the king’s request to try to lift the curse that has imprisoned his daughter in the body of a monster. Scholars, hermits, knights, and sorcerers have tried before him, and all have failed.

 Thimothée Montaigne’s album illustrating the inaugural short story, The Witcher, respects both the rhythm and the narrative thrust of the epic tale. Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher saga, a global bestseller translated into 34 languages ​​that has sold more than 15 million copies, has been adapted into a successful video game and in 2019 became a hit Netflix series.

  • Sixty-four pages of spectacular oil paintings
  • A very large format enabling deep immersion
  • Unique official The Witcher edition

About the author

Andrzej Sapkowski
Andrzej Sapkowski est né en Pologne en 1948. Dans la saga du Sorceleur, succès mondial traduit en trente-quatre langues et dont les ventes ont déjà dépassé les 15 millions d'exemplaires, il s’inspire des mythologies slave, nordique et antique et des...
Thimothée Montaigne
Thimothée Montaigne developed a passion for drawing at a very young age. He made a name for himself in the world of comic books due to his work on the realisation of colours. He is also a talented illustrator and has been involved in a range of projects, including this book on the universe of...