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In 1960s and 1970s Paris, the next generation ofbande dessinéeartists came of age. Many of these young artists began their careers at Goscinny’s and Uderzo’s magazinePilote. They had grown up reading Tintin, Spirou, Gaston and Astérix, but rather than simply copying the Old Masters, they departed from ‘classical’ tradition and they sometimes produced radically different results. Jean Giraud (b. 1938), otherwise  Read more...
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ISBN: 9780853239383 9781846313530
Publication:SCREECH, MATTHEW; Masters of the Ninth Art : Bandes dessinées and Franco-Belgian Identity; 95; Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2005
Language Note: English
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In 1960s and 1970s Paris, the next generation ofbande dessinéeartists came of age. Many of these young artists began their careers at Goscinny’s and Uderzo’s magazinePilote. They had grown up reading Tintin, Spirou, Gaston and Astérix, but rather than simply copying the Old Masters, they departed from ‘classical’ tradition and they sometimes produced radically different results. Jean Giraud (b. 1938), otherwise known as ‘Gir’ and later as ‘Moebius’, was prominent among this generation (Figure 9). Giraud’s experiments took the ninth art into territories previously uncharted on either side of the Atlantic: he was among the first to

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