Robert Lassalvy - Gag cartoonist

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Coeurs vaillants remained famous for having been the first magazine to publish The adventures of Tintin by Hergé in France in 1946. Some parts of the story of Tintin that were published in this journal have never been printed in the Tintin albums.

Founded in 1929 by a group of ecclesiastics and laics, Coeurs vaillants was not sold at newsstands. It was distributed at church on sundays by street vendors and merchants. We could also subscribe. First published by L’Union des œuvres catholiques de France, and then by Fleurus, the publication of this weekly magazine stopped in June 1940 before restarting in May 1946.

Below, you may find some early cartoons by Lassalvy published in this journal in 1958 and 1959.



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