Comic strip for Spirou +5 (1983)
Comic strip for Spirou + #5 (March 1983). All the onomatopeia in this gag comic are nods to well known comic artists, namely (Fran)quin, Pierre SeronJanryBerck and MiTacq.

Serge Honorez is a Belgian advertising director, broadcaster and cartoonist. At the age of 15, he had his own fanzine with José Louis Bocquet, called 1815, that was distributed in the Parisian area. He began his career at the age of 16 as a cartoonist for Tintin magazine. He irregulary made gag pages starring 'Aimé Sylvain' for the magazine between 1979 and 1982 and then he joined the competing magazine Spirou. He made illustrations for the 'Christophe' stories that Christian Libens wrote for this magazine between 1983 and 1985 and served as a scriptwriter for Frédéric Jannin's 'Germain et nous' gag series. Honorez was also present in the Glénat magazine Circus between 1984 and 1986.

Honorez has direct over 250 commercials for Belgian, French, Spanish and Dutch television. He was also part of the comedy group Les Snuls, together with Jannin, starting in 1989. He took over Peter Kroll's daily cartoon section in newspaper Le Soir in August 2006. He is editorial director of the publishing house Dupuis since 2007, and also responsible for the creative part of Dupuis Audiovisuel.

 In 1980 he was one of many Belgian comic artists to make a graphic contribution to the book 'Il était une fois... les Belges'/'Er waren eens Belgen' (1980), a collection of columns and one-page comics, published at the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Belgium.

Aimé Sylvain by Serge Honorez
Aimé Sylvain (Tintin, 1980)

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