Dédé et Doudou, by Robert Fuzier

Robert Fuzier was a satirical and political artist, working for the French socialist press. A member of the SFIO socialist party since 1930, he made his first comic, 'Dédé et Doudou', in Le Populaire in 1932. This story, about two children who travel around the world, was very socially engaged, and critisized Mussolini and Franco. The series ran until 1939, and has been collected in two Christmas albums in 1933 and 1934. Between 1935 and 1939, Fuzier was also present in the communist magazine Mon Camarade, with 'Les Aventures de Pat'soum'. After the War, he appeared in Libération, with 'Capitaine Passe-Partout', 'Cartouche', and 'La Case de l'Oncle Tom'.

Dédé et Doudou, by Robert Fuzier

Last updated: 2008-08-22

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