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Roudoudou n° 119, 1960. by José Cabrero Arnal - Illustration
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Roudoudou n° 119, 1960.

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Roudoudou n° 119.
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José Cabrero ARNAL : lavis d'encre de chine pour une illustration de l'épisode Roudoudou a des ailes. Publiée dans le n° 119 du bimensuel ROUDOUDOU les belles Images, le 1er septembre 1960.


Qui n'a jamais rêvé de voler à travers ciel ? La seconde partie de cet épisode s'inspire du mythe d'Icare, dans une veine qui oscille entre fantastique et onirisme, et qui présente des parallèles avec Le Schtroumpf volant de PEYO publié en 1963 (donc trois années plus tard) dans le beau Journal de SPIROU.



About José Cabrero Arnal

José Cabrero Arnal or C. Arnal (September 7, 1909 in Barcelona—September 7, 1982 in Antibes, France) was a Catalan-Spanish cartoonist, who became a naturalized French citizen. During his youth in Barcelona he worked as cabinetmaker and as repairman of calculators. He published his very first graphic works in magazines like Pocholo or the famous TBO, with a character called Top, a humanized dog that later became the famous Pif le chien. In 1936, after the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, he enrolled in the Republican militia and was forced into exile in France after the end of war. In 1940, while his adoptive country was under German occupation, he was captured and deported to the Mauthausen concentration camp, as were many other Republican exiles. He would not leave until the end of World War II, in 1945. In 1946 he published the first cartoons of Placid et Muzo, an anthropomorphic fox and bear, in the weekly publication Vaillant, le journal de Pif. He was a frequent collabora

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