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Rene Goscinny

Well-known for his focus on the favorite Lucky Luke, Asterix, and Iznogoud comic book series, this French author and cartoonist posted his comics in Pilote and Tintin magazines through the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. The boy of Polish Jews, he was created in Paris, France, and elevated mainly in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In his early twenties, he offered in the French Military and was tasked with creating poster artwork for the armed forces. He was the 1974 receiver of a Swedish worldwide cartoonists’ honor referred to as the Adamson Prize. Pursuing their 1967 wedding ceremony, he and his wife Gilberte Pollaro-Millo welcomed a girl named Anne. Unfortunately, he died of the coronary attack when his girl was just nine years of age. He and musician Albert Uderzo collaborated on the favorite Asterix group of comic books.

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