Maurice et Patapon, by Charb

Charb cooperated on the relaunch of Charlie Hebdo in 1992, together with among others Val, Cabu and Gébé. He became a frequent contributor to the magazine, with his agressive and political cartoons and comics, such as the series 'Maurice et Patapon'. He expanded his activities and started collaborationsn with magazines like Psikopat, Fluide Glacial, Chien Méchant, L'Humanité Dimanche, Télépoche and Mon Quotidien. Several collections of his work have appeared, such as 'Je Suis Très Tolérant', 'Police Partout', and '50 Salades'.

Police Partout, by Charb

Last updated: 2009-05-29

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