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PILOTE (1959-1960)

Founded in October 1959, Pilote was a french weekly magazine illustrated with comics mostly aimed at a young public. Edited by La Société des Editions Pilote, the title was subsequently bought by Dargaud at the end of 1960 in order to facilitate its development. Pilote had a decisive influence on the comic strip and french editorial market in the 1960s. A number of highly successful series have been created in this review including : Asterix by Albert Uderzo and René Goscinny, The Chronicles of little Nicholas by Sempé and Goscinny, Tanguy and Laverdure by Charlier, Achile Talon by Greg or The Adventures of the Caliph Haroun El Poussah later renamed Iznogoud by Goscinny and Jean Tabary. Find below a few cartoons by Lassalvy published in Pilote.

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