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Docteur Poche by Marc Wasterlain - Comic Strip
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Docteur Poche

Comic Strip
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Marc Wasterlain DOCTEUR POCHE n°6 LE RENARD BLEU , planche 40

Encre de Chine
Pré-publication : Spirou n° 2391 du 9 février 1984
Galerie Petits Papiers, 2009

Le renard bleu est loin d'être mon Docteur Poche favori mais je ne peux pas résister à du beau Wasterlain

Publications

  • Le renard bleu
  • Dupuis
  • 10/1984
  • Page 42
  • 1984-1989
  • Dupuis
  • 05/2012
  • Interior page

About Marc Wasterlain

Born in Erquelinnes, Marc Wasterlain cancelled his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Mons to take specialized comics courses at the C.A.D. in Brussels. After obtaining his degree, he became Dino Attanasio's assistant on 'Modeste et Pompon', the gag series created by André Franquin for Tintin magazine. He joined Studio Peyo in 1966, and cooperated on series like 'The Smurfs' and 'Benoît Brisefer', as well as the 'Poussyclopédie' in Spirou, well into the 1970s. Both Wasterlain and Walthéry continued to help Peyo out on 'Smurfs' stories long after they left the studio. He had his solo debut with the humorous science fiction series 'Bob Moon et Titania' in Tintin in 1971. Two years later, he created a series of poetic short stories starring 'Monsieur Bonhomme'. In addition, he created 'Lapomme' for Achille Talon Magazine. Wasterlain made his comeback in Spirou in 1975, when he launched his magical and poetic 'Docteur Poche' series. Text (c) Lambiek

Thematics

  • #onomatopoeia
  • #running

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Spirou Magnifique planche avec de très beaux mouvements ! Marc WASTERLAIN est un auteur de très grand talent.
Sep 21, 2014 7:39 PM