Serge Clerc

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Serge Clerc
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Born (1957-10-12) 12 October 1957 (age 63)
Roanne, France
Nationality French
Area(s) Cartoonist, Penciller
Notable works
Captain Futur
Sam Bronx et les Robots

Serge Clerc (born 12 October 1957) is a French comic book artist and illustrator. Serge Clerc began his professional career in 1975 in the monthly magazine Métal Hurlant , after having created his own fanzine, Absolutely Live. Initially a science-fiction artist, his story Captain Futur appeared in book form in 1979 by Les Humanoïdes Associés.

In the early 1980s Clerc's work regularly appeared in the British music magazines NME and Melody Maker . For the magazine Rock and Folk, he created the detective Phil Perfect and his alter-ego Sam Bronx, a series that was also printed in Métal Hurlant and in books by Les Humanoïdes Associés.

His retro themed work has been used on music albums by The Fleshtones (Speed Connection), Carmel ( The Drum Is Everything ) and Joe Jackson ( Big World ), as well as on a number of other albums and singles.

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