Les Mésaventures de Marcel, by Jean-Jacques Roussau (1912)
Les Mésaventures de Marcel (1912)

Jean-Jacques Roussau was a French illustrator and cartoonist from the early 20th century. He contributed to Le Rire and Rustica and illustrated stories by Berthe Meunier ('Les Mésaventures de Marcel') and fables by Florian. In 1930, he illustrated the oblong comic book 'Les Mirifiques Aventures d'Albert, Toto, Black et Jacquot', that was published by R. Bachelet. He made the strip 'Bob, Lili et Pousse globe-trotters' for L'Ami des Enfants.

l'Eau de Rajeunissement, by Jean-Jacques Roussau (Rustica 24, 14/6/1931)
L'Eau de Rajeunissement (Rustica 24, 14/6/1931)

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