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Jean-Marie Brouyère, 1943-2009
posted December 24, 2009
, a veteran French-language comics industry writer who was also a skilled artist, died on December 10
. Brouyère first started working on comics in the latter half of the 1960s, with work on the Onomatopax
series in Tintin
. In the 1970s, he became best known for his work in Spirou
. He began with a work he fully cartooned called Al Alo
but then became a writer on such series as the Charles Bronson-reminiscent Archie Cash
(with the artist Malik), which lasted from 1971 to 1987. Other assignements included Aymone
and Naufrages de l'Escalator
. He was frequently paired with younger artists.
Brouyère left the field in the 1980s to pursue other interests.