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Artie et COB by Pierre Ouin, Marine Rosier - Original Cover
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Artie et COB

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Couverture d'un Album des HUMANOS periode DIONNET/MANOEUVRE
Artie et Cob sont deux potes galériens mais qui se les prennent tous. Humour trash et politiquement incorrect (mais largement plus soft que celui de leur frère BLOODI le punk tox.)
Le trait de Pierre OUIN était puissant et le ton de Marine Rosier décalé: un cocktail explosif et décalé
A SNIFFER D'URGENCE

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About Pierre Ouin

Inspired by the punk movement, Pierre Ouin and his friends Bénito and Max, launched the fanzine Krapö. In addition to creating extremely violent stories, Ouin & Co have organized some remarkable "happenings" at comics festivals like Angoulême. Pierre Ouin joined Métal Hurlant magazine in 1982, where he created the character Artie (scenario Martine Rosier). An album appeared at Humanoïdes Associés: 'Artie et Cob se les Prennent Tous'. Another character he created was the junk Bloodi. Aside from 'Métal Hurlant', other magazines published the adventures of 'Bloodi', like Viper, Flag, Rigolo and Psikopat. In 1986 and 1988 Pierre Ouin wrote 'Fuck, Fly and Bomb' and 'Suck Korea, Suck' for Max, two albums that appeared in the collection X of Futuropolis. Humanoïdes Associés published his albums 'Little Big Cock', 'Pat Couille' and 'Les Plumwaukuus' in the 1980s. Since 1989 he has been a frequent contributor to Psikopat magazine. After 1991 he is also working for the Catholic publisher Fleurus (a.o. for Fripounet magazine). Text (c) Lambiek