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His mother sent him to hide for the rest of the war on a farm, where he was poorly treated.

At 17, he left school to work for a pharmaceutical agency while taking art classes in the evening. This led to a job as a letterer at Opera Mundi, a French publisher which translated and published US strips. After his month military service, Gotlib settled as a freelance letterer and illustrator.

His first comics were accepted by Vaillanta magazine for children later renamed Pif-Gadget. His one long-running series at Vaillant started as Nanar, Rhaz et Piettewhich was renamed Nanar et Jujube then Gai-Luron for the supporting character who had by then taken centre stage.


Gai-Luron is a dog heavily influenced by Ruaa Avery ‘s Droopywho almost never laughs or displays any emotions and is incorrigibly somnolent. Together they created Les Dingodossiersa series of mock lectures on random subjects which Goscinny wrote and Gotlib drew.

InGoscinny, who worked on many strips simultaneously while editing the magazine, asked Gotlib to continue the series alone.

Leftover pages from both series were later published in album form as Trucs-en-vrac. It introduced several signature Gotlib gimmicks, such as the extensive use of random running gags Isaac Newton getting hit on the head by random objects being the omnipresent one and the presence of a miniature character, a ladybug mimicking the action, to make up for the absence of settings, which Gotlib disliked drawing. Hamster Jovial “Genial Hamster” is an incurably naff boy-scout troop leader desperate to catch up with pop culture and impress his charges, two cubs and a girl guide.


The original aim was to get stories unsuitable for Pilote magazine—which was aimed at school-age readers—out of their system, but l’Echo des savanes was a huge commercial success. However, the trio’s complete lack of business training meant the magazine went deep in the red and they were forced to sell it to a publishing concern.

Those stories are mostly concerned with smashing taboos and feature much sexuality and other bodily functions, as well as cod-psychoanalysis and pot shots at authority figures of all kinds including divinities. Gotlib saw there was a strong market for adult comics and decided to start a new publication and have it run more professionally.

Fluide Glacial launched the career of a number of unknown or little-known cartoonists, most of whom were influenced by Gotlib in the first place: Alexis died of aneurysm rupture inleaving Gotlib and Diament in charge, though he is credited to this day as “Director of conscience” of Fluide Glacial.

Gotlib created two characters in Fluide Glacial: Superdupont is a French, highly patriotic answer to US super-heroes who wears a vest and beret and fights a secret organisation called Anti-France. Gotlib mostly wrote or co-wrote Superdupont stories, though he drew a handful of them. In the s, he increasingly focused on running Fluide Glacial — in which he also wrote a column — and gradually withdrew from cartooning. However, he resuscitated Gai-Luron in when the back-catalogue was re-published by Audie and needed promoting; he drew enough new stories for a final album, La Bataille Navale.


Inhaving taken a back seat for a couple of years, Diament and Gotlib sold Fluide Glacial and Audie to publisher Flammarion and relinquished responsibilities, though Gotlib continued his column for some time. Gotlib’s first series were made in a very humoristic tone.

Each story consisted of two to four strips drawn in white and black. Gotlib used caricature and parodies to depict the everyday life, and greets it with extreme derision.

In Cinemastok and Gai-Luronthe same technique was used, although these series were presented in a different manner.


Later, from his departure from Pilote inGotlib style changed a lot, the scenario as well as the illustrations. These two comics magazine were created by Gotlib for an adult audience exclusively, and made it possible for Gotlib to express himself entirely freely, lobely censorship was present in Pilote, magazine made for a young public.

Most of Gotlib’s strips are background-free, with a large portion of the panels being occupied by elaborate dialogues. Also, the large majority of his series were black-and-white in their original publication.

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