Tibet at Angoulême, January 1989
29 October 1931
|Died||3 January 2010 78) (aged|
| Tintin magazine|
Tibet (French: [tibɛ] ), the pseudonym of Gilbert Gascard ( [gaskaʁ] ; 29 October 1931 – 3 January 2010), was a French cartoonist in the Franco-Belgian comics tradition. Tibet, who debuted in 1947, is known for work produced for the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Tintin , most notably the long-running series Ric Hochet and Chick Bill .
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