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Two words The Vuzz , the most outstanding creature too ever grace comic book fiction ,the vuzz was my hero ( December 1977 ) Great job to Druillet , best ever. Thank you. I'm sure in the collective conscious The Vuzz inspired the fonz.Again great job Druillet.
Nota Bene : the link to the French Wikipedia page was my jokey way of saying I translated this page very badly. I've worked hard to improve it, and I won't necessarily say it's very badly translated now, however the original page has the notice that this is a comics creator stub, and so I've put it in here.
This is a collaborative effort, of course, and anything you know about Philippe Druillet which is not on this page is very welcome. If others don't feel it is appropriate, they will edit it. Jplatt39 13:03, 5 May 2005 (UTC)
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