Ecole des Biches
Jean Sidobre studied fine arts in Paris. He started his career as an illustrator after World War II, cooperating on magazines like Marius, Ce Soir and Nous Deux under the pseudonym Sainclair. In 1949, he assumed the pseudonym Sylvia and drew his first comic stories work for Éva magazine. Sidobre was subsequently present in Le Hérisson, where he did a comics adaptation of 'OSS 177'.
My Chum Yum-Yum (Dutch Tina #1, 1967)
He illustrated series like 'Steve Hollygan' (1958-1960) and 'Jim Dynamic' (1958-1959) under his own signature in L'Intrépide. He took on the title comic of the magazine Mireille, and illustrated various works for the publishers Hachette and Heauval. From 1971, he illustrated 'Mademoisselle Caroline' with text by N. Ferren at the S.F.P.I. A year later, he drew a comic adaptation of the television series 'Daktari'. In addition, he was present in girls' magazines like the British comic Tina with the stories 'My Chum Yum-Yum', 'Alona the Wild One' in the late 1960s and in the French magazine Patty with 'L'Héritier de Roxcliffe' in 1976.
A Corps Perdu (Albin Michel, 1990)
In 1978, Jean Sidobre assumed the pseudonym Georges Lévis and specialized in erotic comics. Among his earliest creations were the adventures of 'Liz et Beth', published in Bédé Adult and in album format by Neptune, Glénat and Dominique Leroy. For publisher Leroy, he also did adaptations of 'Petites Filles Modèles' (1982) and 'L'École des Biches' (1984).
In 1985, Lévis was present in Charlie Mensuel with 'Mémoires d'une Entraîneuse' with text by Michel Denni and Philippe Mellot. He teamed up with Francis Leroi and created 'Les Perles de l'Amour' and 'Dodo, 13 Ans' in L'Écho des Savanes. His final work was 'Crimes et Délits' with text by Tony Hawkee in J'Ose monthly. This work remained unfinished, because Sibodre passed away in 1988.