What happens after the end of a Hollywood fairy tale? Do the good guys really get to live happily ever after? Not exactly! In Snow White, the sequel, sweet, innocent Snow White and her none too bright new husband Prince Charming discover that life in The Enchanted Kingdom is far from a fairy tale. Snow White gets embroiled in a series of life and virtue-threatening adventures that make a mere jealous Queen with a poisoned apple seem like the good old days. Meanwhile the Prince finds out that his kingdom is crawling with other princesses in distress and that it’s his solemn duty to rescue, marry and live happily ever after – with all of them I None of the princesses are too happy with this state of affairs and pretty soon the Prince is in it up to his neck. Plus he’s lost his Snow White I Where will it all end? Will Snow White’s innocence triumph over several fates worse than death or will she … succumb? Will His Highness extricate himself from the hideous mess he’s in? Will the two lovers ever reunite and get on with that happily-ever-after stuff? —cineuropa.org
Jean-Paul “Picha” Walravens (born 2 July 1942) is a cartoonist, screenwriter and film director. He was born in Brussels, Belgium.
Jean-Paul Walravens was so fascinated about drawing that he completed his studies at the St. Luke Institute of Fine Arts. Starting in 1960, he contributed as a caricaturist, cartoonist and illustrator for several newspapers and magazines, such as La Libre Belgique, Pan, Hara-Kiri, Harps, National Lampoon and The New York Times. His draughtsmanship was already biting and irreverently noisy. During this period, he adopted the pseudonym Picha.
In the late ’60s, he worked on an issue of the RTB / BRT, which was dedicated to pop music. The series of these issues was called vibrato, which was directed by Leo Quoilin. Some issues would be devoted to famous musician guests, like the famous guitarist and singer-songwriter Jimi Hendrix.
A passion for drawing logically led Picha to the world of comics. He became the author of several comic books… read more