Le Beau Pays d'Onironie, by Lucien Meys
Le Beau Pays d'Onironie

Lucien Meys is best known as a scriptwriter and artist for the magazine Tintin in the 1960s and 1970s. He drew the gag series 'Le Beau Pays d'Onironie' (1973), which was inspired by George Herriman's 'Krazy Kat'. Another series of him was 'Chroniques de l'Heureux Zélu' (1970-71). For Dino Attanasio, he wrote some storylines for his signature series 'Signor Spaghetti', as well as countless gags for 'Modeste et Pompon', a gag series Attanasio took over from André Franquin. He also wrote comic scripts for Femmes d'Aujourd'hui, creating 'Mongwy' with Francisco Coria and William Vance and 'Rodric' with Vance in 1973. Meys was an illustrator with the publishing house Marabout and its magazine Marabout Flash between 1954 and 1976.

Chroniques de l'heureux Zélu by Lucien Meys
Chroniques de l'heureux Zélu

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