Petite Djily, by Serge Diantantu

Serge Diantantu was born in Manza-Ngungu, Congo in 1960, but lives and works in France. He has created eductaional comics about AIDS, such as 'Attention SIDA' and 'Tous contre le SIDA'. For the French Red Cross, he has made 'Deuxième Bureau' and 'Niama' in 1999-2000. Other titles by him are 'Simon Kimbangu', a comic about the history of Africa, and the series 'Petite Djily', which appeared in newspaper La Cloche.

Petite Djily, by Serge Diantantu

Last updated: 2006-12-16

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