Puma Noir, by Joseph Garcia

Joseph Garcia has worked for French pocket books during the 1960s and 1970s. He illustrated several episodes French version of the British strip 'Johnny Cougar', called 'Puma Noir'. The scripts were by Jean Ollivier and it appeared as a back-up story in the Cap'tain Swing pocket book by Mon Journal. Garcia was also the main illustrator of the comic 'Kocis', published in Ivanhoé and written by Roger Lecureux. He also worked on the title strip of 'Perceval' in 1960.

Last updated: 2008-07-11

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