Horacio Altuna

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Horacio Altuna comic artist
Altuna has published more than 70 books in 20 countries.

Horacio Altuna (born November 24, 1941) is an Argentine comics artist. Very young, Altuna has a passion for drawing. It is the student’s Gianni Dalfiume, who encouraged him to take a serious interest in comics. His line is both realistic and cartoonish. In the world of erotic comics, he attended through publications in Playboy magazine, he recalls Milo Manara, with more humor. Since 1982 he lives and works in Spain. In 1986, he received the Yellow Kid. Horacio Altuna now lives in Sitges, Barcelona. He is married and has three children.
Born in Córdoba, Altuna made his debut in the comics world in 1965 for publisher Editorial Columbia. His first characters were Titan, a Superman-like superhero, Kabul de Bengala (1971, written by Héctor Germán Oesterheld and Armando Fernández among others), Big Norman, Hilario Corvalán and others.

From 1973 to 1976 Altuna collaborated with Fleetway, Ediciones Record, Charlton Comics, Playboy and the French Les Humanoïdes Associés.

In July 1975, in the daily newspaper El Clarín, Altuna with writer Carlos Trillo created the journalist character Hugo Chávez, best known as El loco Chavez, one of the Argentine most popular comics strips. Also with Trillo Altuna has drawn the series Charlie Moon and Las puertitas del señor López.

In 1982 Altuna moved to Sitges, Spain, drawing stories for the Editorial Toutain and short erotic stories for Playboy. As of February 2005, he has published the comic strip Familia Tipo in the newspaper El Periódico.

Award: 1986 – Yellow Kid and Gran Guinigi prize for Best Foreign Author

Self-taught artist Horacio Altuna made his debut in Argentina in 1965. He began a longtime collaboration with the publishing house Colomba in Buenos Aires in 1967, where he co-created characters like ‘Big Norman’ (with writer Robin Wood), ‘Hilario Corvalan’ (with Sergio Almendre), ‘Los Cuzados’ and ‘Kabul’ (with Hector German Oesterheld). In addition, he worked for the publishers Quinterno, Abril and Atlantida, as well as the Fleetway group in London. In 1975, he created the series ‘El Loco Chavez’ with the writer Carlos Trillo in the daily Clarin. The strip was a huge success, and was adapted for TV and published in Spain and France.

Altuna became secretary of the Argentinean Comic Association and taught graphics at the School of Arts in Buenos Aires. In 1982, he moved to Spain, where he got assiciated with Josep Toutain’s agency. He contributed to magazines like Zona 84, Comix Internacional, Cimoc and Play Boy.Already a master of black and white techniques, he devoted himself to stories in color, like ‘Ficcionario’, ‘Tragaperas’, ‘Merdichensky’ and ‘Charlie Moon’, which were published all over Europe. In 1986, he drew the political fiction ‘Chances’ in Pilote et Charlie, and received the ‘Yellow Kid Award for the Best Illustrator’ from the International Comics Salon in Lucca. In the 1990s, he produced several albums published by Toutain (‘Charlie Moon’), Les Humanoïdes Associés (‘Noëls Fripons’, ‘Douce Randonnée’) and Titanic (‘Voyeur’).

From 1993, he was present in Co & Co, a new adult monthly of Ediciones B, for which he conceived ‘Hot L.A.’. He specialized short erotic stories, which were published in most of the European editions of Playboy magazine. While his main focus in the 1990s were erotic comics, he also produced the family comic ‘Familia Tipo’ in El Periódico and later in the Argentine daily El Nene Montano. A talented realistic comic artist, Altuna has made many innovations in traditional comic layout, experimenting with the placement of his text balloons.

Altuna’s work as a complete author (writer/artist, except where noted) includes:

Daily strips published in the Argentine newspaper Clarín:
El Loco Chávez (with writer Carlos Trillo, 1975–87)
El Nene Montanaro (1994–2002)
Es lo que Hay (Reality) (2010–present)
Las puertitas del Sr. López, with Carlos Trillo
Merdichesky, with Trillo
El último recreo, with Trillo
Tragaperras, with Trillo
Ficcionario (1983)
Chances (1985)
Imaginario (1987–88)
Time/Out (1986)
Various cartoons for Playboy (since 1988)
Hot L.A. (1992, 2000)

Xavier Duvet short biography

Xavier Duvet
Xavier Duvet

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Xavier Duvet – erotic and pornographic comics creator, born in 1964 in Paris, is a French independent artist, registered at the House of artists as cartoonist and illustrator for advertising. Successively layout artist, graphic designer, art director, web designer, he worked for prestigious clients such as BBC, Casus Belli, Penthouse, Zippo company, textile industry, etc.
Besides advertisements and comics (mostly erotic and pornographic), it also carries logos, website design, posters, illustrations …
His hyper-realistic style is the result of a technique of painting with an airbrush. His comics drawn mostly in fetish, bdsm, femdom genres featuring unusual perverions and rough style.

Bibliography:
L’Initiation de Chris (Initiation Chris) (BAC, 1993) or The Misfortunes of Sophie revisited …
La Chatte (Cat) (IPM, 2002): the adventures of a thief tightrope and nightlife
Discipline (IPM, repr Taboo editions.): Serial comic strip Fetish
Maîtresse Dominique (Mistress Dominique) (1995)
Soumise Anna L. (Submitted Anna L.) (1999)
Sluts in stock (2004)
TransFrancisco (Tabou editions): comic book series telling the adventures and transformations of men dominating women of the maids services.
Foundation (2007)
Expansion (2007)
Big Bang (forthcoming)
Féminisations (Feminization) (Tabou editions)
Le Prix de la lingerie (The Price of lingerie) (2007)
La Douce Heure des bas (La Douce low Time) (2009)
Le Journal d’une soubrette (The Diary of a maid) (Tabou Publishing, 2007) album telling the erotic misadventures of a young girl in 1950 in the United States.
Rêveries (Dreams) (Tabu editions, 2010): short dreamlike and erotic stories derived from the story Alice in Wonderland.
Les Maîtresses (Mistresses) (Tabou editions)
Leçons de prédatrices (Lessons from predatory) (2011)

Ignacio Noe’s short bio

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Ignacio Noe is a writer, designer and colorist Argentine comic, born January 27, 1965 in Buenos Aires.
Ignacio Noah begins as a craft designer in 1986 in the Argentine’s magazine Fierro and in 1988 he published with writer Ricardo Bareirro short stories in Italian magazines Lancio Story and Comic Art1.

In 1992, he began to draw and developing scenarios for the spanish “Kiss” erotic magazine. Some of the stories of the magazine are taken into albums in several countries later. He published including english “Doctor! I’m Too Big!” and “The Convent of Hell” in 19982.

In the early 2000s, he met Jean-David Morvan and participates in the first volume of “The Chronicles Wake” (Les Chroniques de Sillage) at Delcourt. From 2006 on a script by Jean-David Morvan and Michel Dufranne, he draws the trilogy at “Helldorado” at Casterman. Then in 2011 he published with Stephane Pauwels and Michel Dufranne “Football in the shadow of the stars” in Soleil.

In parallel to the comics, he published illustrations for the press and drawings for children’s books in Argentine.

BIBLIOGRAPHIE:
Selen présente… 2000
Sillage (Les chroniques de) 2004
Exposition 2006
Helldorado 2006-2011
Accordeur (L’) 2007-2009
Salon de l’érotisme 2008
Football, dans l’ombre des étoiles 2011
(AUT) Hugault 2013
Douce Tiède & Parfumée 2013-2014
Couvent infernal (Le) 2015
Convent of Hell (The) 1997
Ship of Fools 1999
La Diète 1997
Aldana 2009

Bruno Coq

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Painter, graphic designer, artist, cartoonist and cartoons as well as musician, composer, writer and performer. Realistic and detailed drawings make the passionate cartoon sex in the porn comics of Bruno Coq more arousing than you can imagine.
Luis García Gallo, said Coq (Toro, June 8, 1907 – Barcelona, ​​September 21, 2001), was a Spanish cartoonist.
He studied in Bilbao. His early work as an artist are in Spain and joined the political activity in the “Confederación Nacional del Trabajo” CNT, for example, the illustrations for the publication of “Vida y Muerte de Ramón Acín”, of ‘author anarchist Felipe Alaiz published in 1937 in Barcelona or the caricatures of “generalissimo” Francisco Franco in the newspaper La Tierra. After the war he spent time in concentration camps in France, where he assumed the nickname “Coq” (rooster) and remained in exile until 1973. Initially held jobs as a lumberjack in Varilhes, then in Paris, he returned to his work as a cartoonist and illustrator for the publisher Jours de France. He worked a lot in France as a draftsman, and its production was concentrated in humor strips for several magazines (Paris-Presse The Intransigeant, France-Soir). He also faced more complex stories with erotic background with sadomasochism as “Secretary” or the “Flora’s life”.

Paul Alazar short bio

Paul Alazar is an artist who does BDSM art drawings, including some spanking art and comic stories. His drawings are adult F/F (female/female). His comix are very popular in US.
His career as a professional illustrator began after college. His taste for women in bizarre attire led him to super hero books, where the heroines dressed in wild clothing. The same can be said for his sci-fi book covers. Yet it was working for Friendship Studios that began Alazar’s deep involvement with erotic illustration.
During this time he also had the opportunity to illustrate a complete book, and also he was able to begin a professional custom art service. Over the years we were together Paul must has drawn close to a thousand personal requests.
Afterwards he concerned himself more with regular illustration, portrait and cover paintings while keeping a steady custom order clientele and also did some work for a number of well-known erotic publications.
Many times Paul Alazar has been asked how his drawings evolve. He tend to work from imagination, starting with a basic idea. It may be a certain situation, woman, position, etc., that sets the wheels in motion. He does a full size sketch, working out details, then he transfer onto Bristol Board (11” x 14”). The drawing is usually rendered in black Prismacolor, a wax pencil that seldom smears. If he need reference, he find a photo that is similar, or get his wife to pose.

“For me to speak of myself or my artwork I must focus on its most motivating element – WOMEN! Whether submissive or dominant, innocent or experienced, my insatiable urge to portray a beautiful woman permeates my life and my art. It’s what inspired me to become an artist, and it led me into the field of erotic illustration as well as comic book drawing and paperback-cover painting.
Growing up in the early 60’s provided me with many opportunities to see various erotic scenes on television. After watching these scenes I would often try to recreate them on paper (or enact it with a certain girl in the neighborhood). Fortunately I had a decent drawing ability, and soon found I could achieve a likeness of the actress as well. I took great care in obtaining accuracy of positions and angles. I also paid attention to her dress wear. High heeled shoes and knee-high boots, showing lots of leg are other special turn-ons to me.

In high school my notes from class were intermixed with sketches of various studies: girls in cheerleader uniforms, leg wear, footwear, etc. All were done from observation or memory. Guys who saw my drawings began to ask for drawings of certain girls or movie stars involved in various fantasy situations. It was an early version of the custom order business I’d later provide.”

–Alazar

Peter Riverstone biography

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Peter Riverstone, whose real name is Bernard Kamenoff, born in Clamart in Hauts-de-Seine 14 November 1947, is a French cartoonist Bulgarian ancestry. He also worked under other pseudonyms comput_lab, Peter, Firestone, 023014, Bandryke, Caumandre, Molossier, José Pierre …

He grew up and attended high school in Paris. He realize his university studies in the series Beaux Arts UP8 architecture in Paris and at the Faculty of Vincennes 1969-1971.

In 1980 he published his first publications published by Square (Georges Bernier) and “Charlie Mensuel”, the story of “Aventures de L’aspérouse” Also in “Charlie Mensuel” Dargaud with Mandryka as editor, he published:

1981: “The Adventures of Martin Verlass.” (Les aventures de Martin Verlass)
from 1982 to 1983: “Alice” with Mandryka (participation texts).
1983 and 1984: “Annah O” with Patrice Caumont Nikita Mandryka.
He also worked for the press erotic comics and realizes:

in 1982 in the “Sexbulles” newspapers, “Bédéadult” (CAP editions, IPM …): “Gomorrhe”, “Fugue infinie”, “Island of perversions” (Ile des perversions) with writer “Henef” etc.
from 1985 to 1995: “Trop plein d’écumes” (Too full of scum) volumes 1 and 2, “Il manque à vos expériences” (Missing from your experiences), “Thamara & Judah,” “Judith et Holopherne” (inspired by Judith book) and “Nagarya” volumes 1 and 2 and finally “Casanova Ultérieur” and some short stories from Boccaccio.
From 1995 to 2001, he joined “ExMachina” old “TDI” (Thomson Digital Images) where he participated in various productions with 3D film “Pola X” by Leos Carax.

The author has sculpted in these last fifty years everything that has come out of his hands . Drawing has been the way to flatten and organize his cumbersome ” arsenal “. That’ s why he switched to computer graphics in spite of it’ s dark side ; working with 3D remind us of ” Morel’ s Invention ” a famous novel by A Bioy Casares ; Borges’ s friend and collaborator …

ITINERARY

1970-1973
Humanities at Vincennes University, Studies Architecture in the former “Pavillon Baltard”
which preceded the ” Trou des Halles ” … Early encounters and influences:
Friends as C. Bouillé ; surrealist group (Ranelagh 1967)
Highly attracted by “les peintres à l’ancienne” from J. Bosh to Delacroix ….
Other influences : “Tel Quel” group, R.Barthes,
C. Levy Strauss, J. Kristeva, J.L. Sheffer “scenographie d’un tableau ” ( 1967-1972 ) …

TRAVELS: Hiking in Great Britain and Eire(Clifden)1967
Nothern Sahara in “the old 2cv” via Spain , Ceuta and Carthage in 1970 …
Ayear stay in the Caribbean French Antilles and Guyana in 1973

1975-1978
Voyage to the mists of time: Afghanistan, India and Nepal … Far East via Europe and middle-East before war in Afghanistan and Islamic Revolution in Iran … Return to Europe and beginning of voyage to the inner self …

1980
First Comics published. A very inefficient way of earning a living but a way, one can hope, of assembling stories and Writing. Obsession is the antagonistic force that impulses the desire to open the scene in “l’origine du monde” ( by Courbet ). It’s force opposite to that of Writing, an overpresence due to fascination .

1990
The overwork required by painting activity generates a conflict with comic strips’s own limits. Comics require schematic strokes one way or another. Conflict begins with “The invention of Morel”; Amiga 3000 and programming language”.asm” …. We are still far from the stage of pictures. Riverstone, author of comics strips then turned into an “ant”, but, the Lord of insects is pityless !…

1995
Silicon Graphics at ExMachina (T.D.I. labs ); European temple of computer graphic pictures, place of birth of “Explore” the software which later generated “Maya” along with Alias & Wavefront ….
Also worked in several projects like: “PolaX” by L . Carax Reference images for “Final Fantasy” and “Man ‘ s adventure” by Yves Coppens …

2002-2006
“Evy in Ruins” ( film and comic book) gets moving, quicker and easier but the author is caught in the trap: Comic strips projects, computer Graphic pictures and movies are simultaneous, consequently, addictive. Fortunately insects have a short life-span .

Milo Manara biography

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Maurilio Manara (born September 12, 1945; Italy) Milo Manara is an Italian comic book writer and artist, best known for his erotic approach to the medium. After architecture and painting studies, he made his comics debut in 1969 drawing for Genius, a Fumetti neri series of pocket books from publisher Furio Vanio in the wake of the popularity of Kriminal and Satanik.

In 1970 he provided illustrations for the magazine Terror, and starting in 1971 drew the erotic series Jolanda de Almaviva written by Francisco Rubino, issued in small format by publisher Erregi. Joining the youth magazine Il Corriere dei Ragazzi, he worked with Rubino, Carlo Barbieri, Mino Milani and Silverio Pisú.

With Pisú Manara he launched the publications Telerompo and Strategia della Tensione in 1974 and the series Alessio, Il Borghese Rivoluzionario, and with writer Mino Milani the series La parola alla giuria in 1975. Manara and Pisú later went on to publish Lo Scimmiotto (The Ape) along the story of the Chinese Monkey King in Alter Linus in 1976, and with Alfredo Castelli, L’Uomo delle Nevi (The Snowman) in 1978.

During this period Manara began publishing work in several Franco-Belgian comics magazines including Charlie Mensuel, Pilote and L’Écho des savanes. Manara created the first stories featuring HP and Giuseppe Bergman, which grew to become a large body of work. The character “HP” is based on Manara’s friend, the Italian comics creator Hugo Pratt, and a collaborator on some of Manara’s most acclaimed work, initially Tutto ricominciò con un’estate indiana (1983, Indian Summer) and later El Gaucho (1991). Manara also completed two stories working with another of his heroes, Federico Fellini. In his own right Manara has been commended on his skills as a scenarist, as with the western L’uomo di carta (1982, The Paper Man).

Erotic illustration typical of Manara’s style as it comes to expression in his “Click” series.
Manara’s reputation for producing comics that revolve around elegant, beautiful women caught up in unlikely and fantastical erotic scenarios became solidified with work such as Il Gioco (1983, also known as Click or Le Déclic), about a device which renders women helplessly aroused, Il Profumo dell’invisibile (1986, Butterscotch), introducing the heroine Miele (Honey) and a sweet-smelling body-paint which makes the wearer invisible, and Candid camera (1988, Hidden Camera) featuring the same protagonist in further explicit adventures. In the following years of combining sequels, original work and collaborations with noted creators, Manara’s production continued in this direction to explore erotic comics themes with an artistic and storytelling expression in a manner considered unique to Manara.

In the U.S. The Ape was serialised in Heavy Metal in the early 1980s and Manara received some exposure through collaborations with Neil Gaiman and other artists.

In connection with their joint project Quarantasei, in July 2006, Manara designed a helmet for Moto GP rider Valentino Rossi, specifically made for the Italian GP in Mugello.

Rossi declared: “He has drawn some kind of a mythical history of my life, in cartoons, with some of my heroes such as Steve McQueen, Enzo Ferrari, Jim Morrison, and other characters such as my dog Guido, the chicken Osvaldo and a lot of beautiful women! I really like Milo…he’s a person that I have admired for a long time. ”

In 2003, Manara’s work featured on the cover of Scottish rock band Biffy Clyro’s second studio album “The Vertigo of Bliss”. Manara also created the artwork for all the singles released from this album.

In October 2006, Manara developed character designs for the animated television series City Hunters. The series, of ten 11 minute episodes, blends traditional animation techniques with modern CGI, to be broadcast across all of Latin America on the FOX network throughout 2006 and 2007.

Manara penciled an X-Men project written by Chris Claremont for Marvel Comics. X-Men: Ragazze in fuga was released in April 2009 in Italy this was later reprinted by Marvel Comics in English as XMen:women.

In 2013 he started to do variant covers for issues of Marvel comic books.

Erotic illustration typical of Manara's style as it comes to expression in his Click series. Manara www. Milo Manara print

Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri short bio

Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri

Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri (born February 29, 1944) is an Italian comic book writer and illustrator, noted for his works of highly detailed renderings of the human form, particularly erotic images of women. He is best known for his work on the Druuna erotic science fiction series.
Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri was born February 29, 1944 in Venice. He moved to Rome in his youth. He studied architecture and painting at Rome’s Fine Arts Academy in Rome under Renato Guttuso, and began his career as a painter in 1966, but in 1975 he shifted his focus to comics.He produced work for the Italian comics magazine Lanciostory.A big fan of the American Old West,[citation needed] Serpieri co-created L’Histoire du Far-West (The Story of the West), a Western series about the history of the Old West, with writer Raffaele Ambrosio, which was published in the magazines Lancio Story and Skorpio. Some of the titles were L’Indiana Bianca (The White Indian) and L’Uomo di Medicina (Medicine Man). Beginning in 1980 Serpieri worked on collections like Découvrir la Bible, as well as short stories for magazines such as L’Eternauta, Il Fumetto and Orient-Express.

In 1985, he published Morbus Gravis, the first work of the Druuna saga. The series is noteworthy for featuring realistic and explicit content including graphic violence and sex. These books have been very successful, selling more than a million copies in twelve languages. The English language translations are published by Heavy Metal.

Due to the interest in this series, Serpieri has also published numerous sketchbooks, such as Obsession, Druuna X, Druuna X 2, Croquis, Serpieri Sketchbook, Serpieri Sketchbook 2 and The Sweet Smell of Woman. Serpieri’s highly detailed portrayals of well-endowed heroines have earned him the distinction of “Master of the Ass”.

Serpieri is also credited with design work on the 3-D video game Druuna: Morbus Gravis, based on his heroine.

Serpieri’s erotic comics bibliography:
Morbus Gravis (Severe Disease) (1985, Dargaud)
Druuna (1987, Dargaud)
Creatura (1990, Bagheera)
Carnivora (1992, Bagheera)
Mandragora (1995, Bagheera)
Aphrodisia (1997, Bagheera)
La Planète oubliée (The Forgotten Planet) (2000, Bagheera)
Clone (2003, Bagheera)

Erich von Gotha short bio

Erich von Götha (aka „Erich von Gotha de la Rosière“) born in 1924 in London, UK, is the pseudonym of the British illustrator and comic book artist Robin Ray.[citation needed] Robin Ray has also worked under the pseudonyms Janssens, Baldur Grimm and Robbins. Robin Ray has gained fame with his erotic and above all sadomasochist content.[1] In the early 2000s he had a solo exhibition in the Mondo Bizzarro Gallery in Bologna titled Sweat Tears & Reflections.

Götha studied drawing and painting for four years at an art school and was first published in the 1980s with the English comic magazine Torrid. The Strips that appeared in the first 14 issues of Torrid were published later in the French magazines YES and Bédé Adult. He became famous as an artist with the works Contes à Rebours (for YES) and Crimes et Délits (the last work succeeding Georges Lévis). He also worked for various publishing companies for which he made book illustrations.

His most famous work is The Troubles of Janice set in the time of the Marquis de Sade appeared in four albums; the first album appeared at in 1980.

Von Göthas detail happy cartoon pictures are characterized by a high degree of recognition of what both the great physical similarity of the various female protagonists contribute to each other, as well as his technique of watercolor drawings, in which is often heightened with colored pencils or pastels and so the effect of large plasticity is achieved mainly of female curves.

The content of his works is often dyed sadomasochistic and can a realistic appearing by the realism of the drawing, be actually grotesque oversexed world (the women are always ready, the men always potent, all penises are at least 35 cm long either as pornography or any representation etc.). Key topics include desire, innocence, dominance, abuse, rape and subjugation that are encircled in a series of explicit, almost continuous, sexual activities.

The focus of his stories always have a young woman (“Janice”, “Emma McAlistair” in Fire Flower, “Twenty”, “Sophie”), the diverse sexual practices is delivered. For example, when Emma McAlistair in the history of The Fire Flower is doomed to be rehabilitated in a bizarre prison for the experimental treatment of delinquent girls, they discovered that the applied methods of discipline are not the ones they had expected – they are in fact decided perverse: The young woman looks mercy of permanent sexual abuse. While their minds are horrified by this chain of sexual scandals, her body reacts to the event with excitement. She begins to accept her fate and to enjoy everything that happens to her in prison.

For a long time prevented the British censor the publication of books Göthas in his home country. The first edition of his works was therefore in the 1990s in France on the market (for example, the albums ‘Les malheurs de Janice’ (The troubles of Janice), ‘tres speciale Prison’ (Very special prison), ‘Les curiosites perverse de Sophie’ (The education of Sophie), ‘Le reve de Cecile’ (The Dream of Cecilia)). In France and German language versions of the comics have arisen and been moved (the publisher of comic magazines Bédé Adult, Bédé X and X Bédé SM) of International Editions Magazine Press; from there runs the sales for the German-speaking countries. English-language editions appeared first in the US in Last Gasp Books and until 2006 in the United Kingdom at the Erotic Print Society.

Several works of Göthas are indexed in Germany: suffering of young Janice No. 4 was upon publication in the Federal Gazette No. 204 of 31 October 2002 and Sophie’s insatiable curiosity upon publication in the Federal Gazette No. 224 of 30 November 2002 indicated….

Hanz Kovacq short bio

Hanz Kovacq, pseudonym Bernard Dufossé (June 11, 1936), is a French illustrator of erotic comics known internationally. [1]

His stories are distinguished by a strong connotation sadomasochistic themes but especially for the character trait of the graph. The design of Kovacq, although extremely realistic appears in some sections even slightly caricatured. The characters represented then, while maintaining a clear and explicit figurative reference, appear characterized by highly developed sexual organs, almost allegorical. Kovacq also not ashamed to be “bad”, who, with his features disharmonious, helps to accentuate the sadomasochistic image that is represented. Generally his stories are based on a female protagonist who, against his will, is to suffer (and subsequently to partecitare) to situations that reach the limit of perversion. Perhaps the author shows us an underwater world, that although hesitates, or has existed, is ignored by most.

After studying applied arts in Paris, Bernard Dufossé began his career in advertising. In 1965 he began by working for various publications of Bonne Presse (later Bayard). In Record, he created ‘Nathalie’, a series he continued until 1974. He was present in Lisette with several stories about the texts of writers like Gendron, Guy Hempay and Henriette ROBITAILLIE. In 1966, he also collaborated with the Fleurus editions. There, he made various illustrations and short stories for Fripounet (‘Cap’tain Furybon), J2 Magazine (‘ Valentine ‘,’ Prisoners of Space ‘) and F1 (Frank Drago’, ‘Anna and Co. ‘). In 1976 Djin, Dufossé created the series of science fiction ‘Mémory’ on a text by Jean-Marie Nadaud. 2 years later, he launched ‘Tärhn, Prince of Stars’, a saga for which he both designs and scenarios. The series continued in Triolo from 1981 to 1986. Since 1972, Dufossé made various BD on texts by Serge Saint-Michel for both African magazines Kouakou and Calao, as for newspapers. Many of them were collected in albums in Segedo (‘Pass Cross’, ‘The African Ballad’, ‘The Two Princes’, ‘Aka and Drilling’, etc.). At the same time Dufossé publishes ‘Petunia’ in Lili-Aggie Magazine and the series ‘Famous Five’ on texts by Serge Rosenzweig Hachette. Moreover, it illustrates several comic and various illustrations for magazine advertisements Scouting. In 1995, he teamed with writer Patrick Cothias to create ‘Les Sanguinaires’ album released by Glénat.

Between 1979 and 1987 he published nine albums Glénat a series of science fiction, Tärhn, prince of the stars, which he signed scripts and drawings. In the 1980s, it shows four stories of the series “The Famous Five” (Le Club des Cinq) – according to the novels of Enid Blyton (d’Enid Blyton) – published in Le Journal de Mickey and albums in Hachette1. Engaged in scouting, he published the series La Patrouille des Mouflons in the journal Scouts and the Stone series and série Pierre (under the pseudonym Jek) in the Cubs journal (Louveteaux) and illustrates various educational resources. It is 1989-2001 Official illustrator Scouts of France, succeeding Pierre Joubert. In Editions of the Unicorn (la Licorne), he illustrated editions of books in the collection sign track, as well as unpublished novels 4.5.

Under the pseudonym of Hanz Kovacq, it also works in eroticism collaborating in the early 2000s to 6.1 Bédéadult review: he published two series in this register, Hilda and Diane de Grand Lieu, as well as the Album Beauties dociles.