[☆ La bande à Lucien || ☆ PDF Read by Ù Frank Margerin]
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Title: [☆ La bande à Lucien || ☆ PDF Read by Ù Frank Margerin]
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After high school, Frank Margerin went to a school of applied art, where he mets Denis Sire He joined Denis s band, Los Crados, as a drummer The band would later become Dennis Twist.In 1975, as he was looking for work in publishing or illustrating, Frank Margerin met Jean Pierre Dionnet, who ordered his first comic strip, a 4 pages parodical science fiction story named Simone et L on, for the M tal Hurlant magazine He later drew and wrote several other stories for the magazine His first album, Frank Margerin pr sente, which gathered his first works for M tal Hurlant, was published in 1978.These first stories often have elements of science fiction, to fit with the other strips of M tal Hurlant After Simone et L on, he also wrote and drew several works for Rigolo, a short lived magazine He won his first prize in 1980 at the festival of Lucca.His most famous character, Lucien, was created in 1979 Lucien is a rocker from Malakoff with a huge pompadour that forms a cone in front of his face Lucien first appeared as a friend of Ricky, another rocker, but he eventually became the center of the stories With Ricky s and later Lucien s stories, Frank Margerin comically described the life of suburban French rockers of the late 1970s and early 1980s Bananes m talliques, one of Lucien s albums, was a commercial success in 1982 with over 100 000 books sold His other characters included Albert and Mauricette, created in 1982, and Skoup and Max Flash, two journalists created in collaboration with Phil Casoar in 1984.In 1989, Les Humano des Associ s handed him the direction of a series of collective albums with the common title Frank Margerin pr sente He also created Y a plus de jeunesse for Albin Michel and worked on an animated television series, Manu, which was first aired on Antenne 2 in 1990 Manu was afterwards adapted in three comic books albums, with the collaboration of Altheau.In 1992, Margerin received the Grand Prix de la ville d Angoul me at the Angoul me International Comics Festival He therefore became president of the jury of the festival the next year, which was the twentieth edition of the festival.