Lava TV by Muzo
Gag written by Kamagurka and drawn by Muzo, from: 'Lava TV'. Translation: "Say, what gives?" - "Well yeah, you see... I don't have time to read an entire book." 

Muzo is a French painter, children's book novelist, illustrator, engraver and artist. He has occasionally made some comics as well. 

Early life and career
Jean-Philippe Masson was born in 1960 in Rennes and raised in Caen. He studied Fine Arts in Caen, and then attended the Penninghen School of Graphic Arts. He first came to notice between 1980 and 1983, when he edited the fanzine Le Journal de Placid et Muzo with Jean-François Duval, who used the pen name Placid. Both authors chose their pseudonyms from the characters 'Placid et Muzo', which were created by José Cabrero Arnal for Vaillant magazine.

Cartoon by Muzo

Muzo exhibited his work on several occasions since 1983. His art has appeared in a variety of magazines, including Hara-Kiri, Charlie Mensuel, Métal Hurlant, Libération, Le Monde and Le Magazine littéraire, and also in Kamagurka's 'Lava TV' album (1990). He is also the author of several books, both for adults and for children, including collaborations with Hervé Prudon and Christophe André. His comic and cartoon books include 'Adieu!' (1989), 'Muzautrière' (1989), 'Amours de vacances' (1994), 'Un mort par jour' (2011) and 'Faut qu'on y aille sinon on va louper le dernier drakkar' (2014).

Muguette by Muzo

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