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Benoît Sokal

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Nationality  Belgian
Role  Comic strip creator
Name  Benoit Sokal

Awards  full list
Notable works  Inspector Canardo
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Born  28 June 1954 (age 61) Brussels, Belgium (1954-06-28)
Area(s)  Writer, Artist, Colourist
Books  Canardo Private Eye: Blue Angel, Sanguine

Organizations founded  White Birds Productions

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Benoît Sokal (born 28 June 1954 in Brussels) is a Belgian comic artist and video game developer, best known for his comics series Inspector Canardo, and the adventure game series Syberia.

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Biography

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Benoît Sokal was born in Brussels in 1954. He studied at the École Supérieure des Arts Saint-Luc in Brussels, together with many contemporary Belgian comic artists like François Schuiten. He began drawing for À Suivre magazine in 1978. He created the Inspector Canardo series, featuring a depressed anthropomorphic duck detective with a penchant for cigarettes, alcohol and femmes fatales, before working on other titles.

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Later he joined the software developer Microïds and designed the adventure games Amerzone, Syberia and Syberia II (published by Microids, the adventure game label of Anuman Interactive). He then founded his own game company, White Birds Productions, where he created the adventure game Paradise published through Ubisoft.

Video games

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  • Amerzone (1999)
  • Syberia (2002)
  • Syberia II (2004)
  • Paradise (2006)
  • Last King of Africa (2008) (Nintendo DS version of Paradise)
  • Sinking Island (2007)
  • Aquarica (2008) (canceled)
  • Syberia III (2017) (expected)
  • Awards

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  • 1999: Prix Pixel-INA (category "Games") at the Imagina 99 festival, Monaco
  • 2002: GameSpy PC Adventure Game of the Year
  • 2003: nominated for the Award for Best Dialogue at the Angoulême International Comics Festival, France
  • References

    Benoît Sokal Wikipedia


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