Frank Margerin born 9 January , in Paris is a French author and illustrator of comics. After secondary school , Margerin went to a school of applied art , where he met Denis Sire. He joined Sire's band, Los Crados, as a drummer. The band later became Dennis' Twist. He later drew and wrote several other stories for the magazine.
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In he illustrated 22 pantomime comic strips that came with Malabar chewing gum, as well as 19 pages of advertising comics and 4 postcards, in succession of Philippe Poncet de la Grave. He also did contributions to the monthly humor magazine Rigolo in Additionally, Margerin created 'Albert et Mauricette' for the weekly supplement of Matin de Paris in , and two years later, 'Skoup et Max Flash', the comic adventures of two journalists, created in cooperation with Phil Casoar for Zoulou.
Margerin's main character is Lucien - a gentle rocker with a big nose, who made his first appearance in Initially appearing in stories with a character called Ricky, Margerin made comical observations of the life of suburban French rockers in the s and s. In , he worked on an animation series about the adventures of Manu, which was broadcasted on TV in He was one of several artists to make drawings for the "safe sex" promotional book 'Les Aventures de Latex' FortMedia, Margerin chose for a song by Jango Edwards.
Crapule , 'Y a Plus de Jeunesse' Ed. Unfortunately the statue was damaged by storm in and by vandals in , , and In hoodlums broke off his quiff and a leg. On 4 March other vandals sawed off its head. If you want to help us continue and improve our ever- expanding database, we would appreciate your donation through Paypal. Series and books by Frank Margerin in stock in the Lambiek Webshop:. X If you want to help us continue and improve our ever- expanding database, we would appreciate your donation through Paypal.
MARGERIN Frank Lauréat du grand prix de la ville d'Angoulême 1992