Tonton Eus├Ębe, by J. Lebert

Yves Gilbert, who used the pseudonym J. Lebert, joined the magazine Coeurs Vaillants in 1956. He started his series 'Les Avontures de Tonton Eusèbe' a year later. This science fiction series ran until 1966. Lebert continued to work for J2 Jeunes (as the magazine was now called, and created the series 'Pipe en Bois' (1965-1971), 'Denis et Catherine' (1969-1971), and 'Balthazar (1973-174), as well as several short stories. J2 Jeunes changed its name to Formule 1, and Lebert launched the series 'Lepépin' in 1971. In Francs-Jeux, he created 'Cap sur Kotiko' in 1960. He has also drawn educational pages for several newspapers. He left the comics field in 1977 due to eye problems.

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