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Roger Camille alias Kiko (Heliopolis, 24 May 1936 - Brussels, 23 May 2006), was a Belgian cartoonist. He was born in Egypt but he left this countryside when it was governed by Nasser in the 1960s. He started working in Spirou magazine where he created his famous 1965 character Foufi, originally created for a Lebanese newspaper. He worked as a publicist later, specially for the ice cream company Motta. He lived in Schaerbeek and died on the eve of his 70th birthday. Two albums of Foufi were published by Dupuis in French and Dutch. Was a designer in 1920.

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DUIN 2N838MPVKTU

GTIN 9786137803561

Language English

Pages 136

Product type Paperback

Dimension 8.66  inches

Roger Camille

Gamal Abdel Nasser

Richie Krishna Fergus

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