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Superdupont fighting Bruce Lee Fluide Glacial 2. It eventually started to live a life of its own.
Obviously inspired by Tex Avery ‘s ‘Droopy’ Gai-Luron’s imperturbability provided a hilarious contrast with Jujube’s more lively behaviour. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Want to Read saving….
In Dufranne took over writing too and continued the series until He went into psychotherapy and the comics he made during this dark period of his life were an outlet for his thoughts and frustrations.
One gag has him visit a prostitute to “show her his stamp collection”, which he literally does. He also made the two canines rivals. Nov 24, Sebastien Tremblay rated it it was ok. Pascal Degen rated it really liked it May 27, It featured nonsensical one-page tales with ridiculous morals. Catherine rated it really liked it May 05, Sbzappa rated it it was amazing Nov 07, This led to a job at the best-selling French comics magazine of that time: Yet these new Gai-Luron stories were far more crude than the originals.
Later in his career Gotlib’s backgrounds became increasingly more minimalistic, often being nothing more but a white void. Claire Vorpatril rated it it was amazing Dec 30, Chtchav rated it it was amazing Nov 07, Isabelle rated it it was amazing Mar 01, He wears the French “tricolore” on his body, has a Gallic rooster for a pet, only smokes Gauloises cigarettes and always has a supply of baguettes, wine and cheese near.
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Alienor rated it it was amazing Oct 06, When they insisted on keeping everything child friendly a heated argument took place. After the eleventh issue Gotlib left and, together with Alexis and Gotlib’s childhood friend Jacques Diament, launched yet another adult comics magazine on 1 April bracc In year old Marcel left school and became a stacker for a pharmaceutical company.
Lists with This Book. Sarah rated it liked it Dec 31, Goscinny’s love of verbal comedy, satire and stereotypes and Gotlib’s talent for hilarious characterization and cartoony slapstick proved to be a golden combination.
In several gags Hamster is listening to rock records or watching the artists in concerts or on television.
Yet whenever he hears the Marseillaise being played in reverse he loses his powers. Bess rated it it was ok Feb 24, If you want to help us continue and improve our ever- expanding database, we would appreciate your donation through Paypal.
Open Preview See a Problem? Eric Leblanc rated it really liked it Aug 25, Gradually, most of these characters would be scrapped in favor of Jujube, who became more anthropomorphic in time. After the liberation Gotlib’s mother picked up her former profession, while little Marcel and his sister finished their education. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Fluide Glacial finally gave Gotlib the independence he craved for.
Published October by Dargaud first published A combination of quick-paced madcap humor, exaggarated expressions, pop culture references and snappy verbal comedy, much like a Looney Tunes cartoon. In the first episode, ‘Gai Luron en Slip’, the dog realizes that — throughout all those years — he has always appeared in the nude.
Gai-Luron The young artist joined the children’s magazine Vaillant inwhere he started adventure series like ‘Gilou et La Plume de Paon”Le Papoose”Puck et Poil’ and the gag comic ‘Klop’ In many of his self-caricatures it was usually closeby. Gandhi Hobart rated it really liked it Jan 09, Eric rated it it was amazing Dec 27, botlib Unfortunately some readers didn’t get the satire.
He frequently scribbled the walls with drawings, only to have his father clean everything off again on rubbrique weekly basis. In one gag he eats garlic soup, then pretends to faint while walking in the street. Few readers at the time knew that there really was someone rubriqke that name around, namely Gotlib’s father-in-law.
Script writing From the s on, Gotlib took a seat back and let other artists draw while he thought up stories. As stupid as his remarks were, the answers he received were equally silly.