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Tanguy & Laverdure - Baroud sur le Désert by Jijé, Jean Michel Charlier, Daniel Chauvin - Comic Strip
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Tanguy & Laverdure - Baroud sur le Désert

Comic Strip
1969
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Publication Pilote n°517

Description

Planche 21 de l'album Baroud sur le Désert. Pré-publiée dans Pilote numéro 517 du 2 octobre1969.

Comment

Superbe scène de poursuite entre un hélicoptère Alouette II piloté par Tanguy et un chasseur Mig 21.

Publications

  • Baroud sur le désert
  • Dargaud
  • 01/1981
  • Page 23
  • Les aventures de Tanguy et Laverdure - Intégrales - tome 6 - Baroud sur le désert
  • Dargaud
  • 2016-11-10
  • Page 116
  • Lieutenant Double-Bang
  • Dargaud
  • 12/1998
  • Page 77

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About Jijé

Joseph Gillain, better known by his pen name Jijé was a Belgian comics artist, best known for being a seminal artist on the Spirou et Fantasio strip (and for having introduced the Fantasio character) and the creator of one of the first major European western strips, Jerry Spring.Born Joseph Gillain in Gedinne, Namur, he completed various art studies (woodcraft, goldsmithing, drawing and painting) at the abbey of Maredsous. In 1936, he created his first comics character, Jojo in the catholic newspaper Le Croisé. Jojo was heavily influenced by The Adventures of Tintin, but Jijé gradually developed his own style. Soon a second series followed, Blondin et Cirage, for the catholic youth magazine Petits Belges. Jijé also produced many illustrations for various Walloon magazines.