Artist Albert Uderzo

Albert Uderzo

Albert Uderzo is a comic book artist and scriptwriter born in 1927 and died in 2020.

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    It is in 1941 that Albert Uderzo enters the world of publishing comics. He works for the SPE. He performs tasks of lettering, image retouching and calibration of text.

    He illustrates his first story, Le corbeau et le renard, the same year.

    After the Second World War, he imagines Clopinard and Arys Buck.

    He met Jean-Michel Charrier with whom he created Belloy and Tanguy et Laverdure. But the meeting that changed his life was with René Goscinny. Together, they created Jehan Pisolet, Oumpah-Pah, and especially Asterix in 1959. It is immediately a success winning the whole world.

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    Cleopatra makes a bet with Caesar that her people are still capable of great achievements. She orders Edifis to build a sumptuous palace for Caesar.

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