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Hérault, Paul-Jean

Entry updated 9 August 2021. Tagged: Author.

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Pseudonym of French journalist and author Michel Rigaud (1934-2020), perhaps best known in France for his Cal de Ter sequence of Space Operas beginning with Le Rescapé de la Terre ["The Survivor of Earth"] (1975). Les Clones Deviants ["The Clone Deviants"] (2005; trans Michael Shreve as The Clone Rebellion 2015) is set in a Galactic Empire universe, with great armies of Clones clashing in interstellar space; their realization that they have been engineered to die uselessly leads to their revolt. [JC]

Michel Rigaud

born Paris: 22 September 1934

died Paris: 26 October 2020

works (highly selected)

  • Les Clones Deviants ["The Clone Deviants"] (Paris: Rivière Blanche, 2005) [pb/Grillon]
    • The Clone Rebellion (Encino, California: Hollywood Comics/Black Coat Press, 2015) [trans by Michael Shreve of the above: pb/Grillon]

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