Lucie, by Catel (Catel Muller)
Lucie

Catherine Muler, also known as Cathy Muller, Catel Muller or simply Catel, studied at the School of Plastic Arts in Strasbourg, where she graduated in 1990. She specialized in illustrations for children, and has cooperated with the publishers Nathan, Epigones and Hachette. In 1996, she made her first stories with the characters 'Bop et Blop' in cooperation with Paul Martin for the monthly Images Doc, published by Bayard Presse.

Bob et Blop by Catel
Bob et Blop

Present in Je Bouquine from 1999, she graphically created the series 'Marion & Charles', based on two novel characters by Fanny Jolly. In 2000, she began the series 'Lucie' with writer Véronique Grisseaux in the collection Tohu Bohu of Les Humanoïdes Associés. The series was continued by the publishing house Casterman from 2003 until 2006.

Les Papooses by Catel
Les Papooses

Together with scriptwriter Sophie Dieuaide, she made 'Les Papooses', also for Casterman between 2003 and 2005. Her series 'Top Linotte' runs in the Fleurus magazine Les P'tites Sorcières, and has been published in book format by Fleurus and Dupuis since 2010.

Top Linotte by Catel
Top Linotte

In 2004, she wrote the more adult World War I comic 'Le Sang des Valentines' for Christian De Metter. Besides children's comics, she has also made graphic novels like the comics biographies of 'Kiki de Montparnasse' (2007) and 'Marie Gouze dit Olympe de Gouges' (2012) with Jean-Louis Bocquet, 'Dolor' with Philippe Paringaux (2010) and 'Rose Valland, capitaine Beaux-Arts' with Claire Bouilhac and Emmanuelle Polack (2009).

Rose Valland, capitaine Beaux-Arts by Catel
Rose Valland, capitaine Beaux-Arts

Last updated: 2014-04-22

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