Artist René Goscinny

René Goscinny

René Goscinny is a journalist, writer and scriptwriter of comics born in 1926 and died in 1977.

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    After working in New York in the late 1940s, René Goscinny returned to Paris where he met Albert Uderzo. Together, they imagined Jehan Pistolet and Umpah-Pah.

    He wrote the stories of Lucky Luke for Morris, Le petit Nicolas for Jean-Jacques Sempé, Iznogoud for Jean Tabary or Les dingodossiers for Gotlib.

    His greatest success remains The Adventures of Asterix and Obelix created with his friend Albert Uderzo.

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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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