En Voici De Bien Bonnes, by Jean Ferrazzini (Pierrot, 8 December 1940)
En Voici De Bien Bonnes... (Pierrot, 8 December 1940)

Jean Ferraz worked as a caricatural illustrator in Jeudi (1931), Gens qui Rient (1934), Midinette (1935) and La Vie de Garnison (1937). As a comics artist, he drew for L'Epatant ('Dudule est Verni', 1937), Pierrot ('Le Roi Babaga', 1941, and 'Les Flibustiers', 1941-42), Fanfan la Tulipe ('Le Noël dau Phare', 1941). He also worked as a scenarist for Auguste Liquois on several stories published in Pierrot ('À Travers les Mondes Inconnus', 'Méridien 60', 'Le Mystère des Îles Loyalty', 'Le Chevalier Coeur d'Or' and 'Ramy au Champ'). After the War, Ferraz made comics for Éditions Artima, including the album 'Max et Line'. He additionally worked as an illustrator for L'Appel, La Boîte à Sel, Noir et Blanc and Fantasia.

Dudule est Verni, by Jean Ferrazzini
Dudule est Verni, by Jean Ferraz

Last updated: 2007-08-31

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