Artist René Goscinny

René Goscinny

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

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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Astérix - Toutes les coulisses, par Toutatis ! (French Edition)

Go behind the scenes of Asterix and discover all the secrets of the village of Gallic diehards. Did you know that Louis de Funès wanted to play the Gaul in the movies or that he was the only one who could play…

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