from Mormoil, by Soulas (1975)

Philippe Soulas is a French cartoonist who contributed to magazines like Mormoil, BD, Charlie Mensuel, Zinc and Pilote in the 1970s. he began his career as a press artist in 1968, and has worked for Libération for over 20 years. With Gilles Nicoulaud, he founded the magazine Zinc, that appeared between 1971 and 1974. Other magazines that published Soulas's work are L'Enragé, Hara-Kiri, Politique-hebdo, Post-Scriptum, Politicon, La Gueule-Ouverte, Siné-Massacre, Basta, le Fou Parle, le Nouvel-Observateur, Stratégies, Sciences et Vie et Sciences et Vie Junior, Marianne, and L'Événement du Jeudi.

comic from Zinc, by Soulas
comic from Zinc (April 1973)

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