Luis Garcia Gallo, who published under the name Coq, spent most of his career working for the French press, and mainly the newspaper Paris-Press and the weekly Jours of France. Born in Toro, Cock studied arts in Bilbao, and became has political artist in Spain with most notably “El Generalнsimo” in 1937. He headed for France in the late 1940 ' S. He created humorous drawings and comics for French newspapers and magazines, and He had his biggest success in the early 1950s with the silent comic “Mam' zelle Souris”. Until 1964, the strip had has good diffusion through the Intermonde Presse agency, and was published in Paris-Press, the Intransigent, Here-Paris, France-Evening, and the Evening. Between 1959 and 1979, He drew the vertical animal strip “Azor”, published in the Evening. From 1962 to 1979, He created the series “Nanette” for Days of France, has magazine for which He also redrew his “Mam' zelle Souris” strips. Cock worked with Rene Goscinny for has long time one series like “the Fairy Filbert”, “Yvette” and, most notably, “Doctor Gaudйamus”, which ran from 1960 to 1973. Cock was also present in 12 Midnight with “Mйdor” in 1964-66. Cock drew for the press until the mid-1980' S.
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