Pedro, le Coati, by Michel Gaudelette

Michel Gaudelette, son of André Gaudelette (alias Joy, author of 'P'tit Joc'), received an art education in Paris. In the eighties, Gaudelette worked as a commercial artist in advertising. In 1990, he published his first comics in Fluide Glacial, a magazine to which he became one of the most frequent contributors. For this magazine, he created the series 'Radada', 'Sri-Raoul le Petit Yogi' and 'Onc'Donald'. This last series was in collaboration with scenarist Manu Larcenet. Gaudelette also made 'Pedro le Coati' in Spirou, again with Larcenet.

Radada, by Michel Gaudelette

Last updated: 2007-03-21

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