Rapide 413 by Mixi-Bérel
Rapide 413 (Artima, late 1940s)

Mixi-Bérel, who also signed with Mixi, made his debut as an illustrator in Marius in 1938. He subsequently published in L'Aurore, La Presse and La Femme Nouvelle. His comics appeared in the collection Albums de la Bonne Equipe of the publishing house Gründ ('Mousse chez les Cannibales', 'Princesse Rosette et Barbenzingue'). He was also present in the collection Belles Histoires, Belles Vies of the publishing house Fleurus during the second half of the 1960s.

Frère Boileau, by Mixi-Berel
Frère Boileau

He additionally drew for the comic books of the publisher Artima, such as 'Fleurette, la Poupée Merveilleuse' (1949), 'Allô, le Sylvie Club?' (1954) and 'Marie-Françoise la Fée Merveilleuse' (1947). He drew 'Rolph et Zavatta s'Évadent' for the publisher Vaillant (1949) and contributed 'Les Nouvelles de la Banquise' to Coeurs Vaillants (1962) and 'Sauvé au Lasso' to J2 Jeunes (1966). Between 1959 and 1972 he drew the comic strip adaptation of Jacques Ouvrard's 'Frère Boileau' for Bayard Presse.

Rapide 413 by Mixi-Berel
Rapide 413 (Artima, late 1940s)

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