Colt Walker, by Fabrice Lamy

Fabrice Lamy got his art education in Rouen, Paris and the Saint-Luc in Brussels. His first comics were published in Tintin, as well as fanzines like Sapristi and Dynamick. Lamy met fellow artists Vatine and Alain Clément in Rouen, with whom he created 'Adios Palomita' at Delcourt. '500 Fusils' (a.k.a. 'Wayne Rediake') was his next project, an album created in cooperation with Duval and Cailleteau in 1995. Inspired by his love for the spaghetti western genre, he created 'Colt Walker' with Yann at Dargaud between 1997 and 2001. Together with scriptwriter Fred Zumbiehl, he succeeded Françis Bergèse on the classic aviation series 'Buck Danny' in 2010.

Adios Palomita, by Fabrice Lamy

Last updated: 2010-10-22

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