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Re: Aragones Bibliography



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Ken Simon
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On Wed, 26 Jun 1996, Kenneth R Simon wrote:

> Sergio also did an appearance on the NEWARK show...when he was a cartoonist,
> 
> 
> Ken Simon
> p003115b@pbfreenet.seflin.lib.fl.us
> 
> 
> On Tue, 25 Jun 1996, Ruben J. Arellano wrote:
> 
> > On Mon, 24 Jun 1996, Eric Chun wrote:
> > 
> > > Also, Sergio drew the cover for the Wondercon 1995 Program, and he appears
> > > with Stan Lee in one of the videos for "The Comic Book Greats" series.  In
> > > this video, he mentions that he was doing work for advertising in Mexico
> > > for many years before coming to New York.  While he was working as a waiter,
> > > someone suggested that he submit his work to MAD Magazine.  He had heard of
> > > MAD Magazine while working in Mexico, so he didn't start with issue #1.  He
> > > said that he has never missed an issue since he started, though.
> > 
> > 	I've got the video -- boy, that Stan Lee is one *annoying* guy, 
> > imho.  The MAD issue in question is #76, Jan '63.  Sergio draws/writes "A 
> > MAD Look At The US Space Effort."  When I got him to autograph it he said 
> > "Boy, I haven't seen this one for a *long* time."
> > 
> > 	For a more obscure title. . .  I've got a book that Sergio did 
> > titled "Les Piepons" that I got in Belgium.  It was published by Dupuis.  
> > The particular 'edition' is titled "1. Tout feu tout flamme", but I don't 
> > think any more came out.  There is no dialogue, and it features gags 
> > about the daily lives of a team of firemen.  On the last page, there is a 
> > drawing of Sergio at his desk (with a Groo & Ruf. statue nearby), with 
> > the fireteam blasting through his wall, and a space capsule (complete 
> > with astronuts) falling through the roof.  The caption says that Sergio 
> > is drawing for Buzz & Bell and Les Piepons. . . .
> > 
> > Ruben.
> > 
> 


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