About Paul Gillon
Paul Gillon was a French comics artist. He won the 1982 Grand Prix de la ville d'Angoulême.
Born in Paris, he considered fashion, theater and cinema, and only by accident made a career as a comics author. In the magazine Vaillant, he continued the older series Lynx Blanc, and created Fils de Chine and Cormoran. From 1959 until 1972, he drew 13 rue de l'Espoir (fr) for France Soir and also did series for the Journal de Mickey.
Together with Jean-Claude Forest, he created the science fiction cosmic opera series Les naufragés du temps (Lost in Time) and in L'Écho des savanes (Echo of the Savannahs) he produced the erotic comics La Survivante (The Survivor) and Jéhanne. He died in Amiens.