comic art by Brice Goepfert

Brice Goepfert made his debut in 1978, under the pseudonym of Brice Troll. He worked for Télé Junior and Télé Parade, where he adapted TV heroes for comics. In 1983, he made three of the ten volumes in the series 'Les Grandes Batailles de l'Histoire'. A year later, with Jean-Marie Ruffieux, from a scenario by Laurence and Castellar, he did the artwork for the series 'La Révolution Française'.

In 1985, 'Le Soldat de Lumière', with a scenario by Simon, appeared. Turning to advertising, Goepfert drew the character of Malabar for a few years. In 1995, he started 'Le Fou du Roy', written by Patrick Cothias, which tells the tale of Molière's youth.

Last updated: 2008-10-03

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