Riss (cartoonist)

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Laurent Sourisseau
Born (1966-09-20) 20 September 1966 (age 51)
Pen name Riss
Occupation Cartoonist, publishing director
Nationality French

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Laurent "Riss" Sourisseau (French: [suʁiso]; born 20 September 1966) is a French cartoonist and author. Since 1992, he has been working for the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo.

Career[edit]

Sourisseau is the author of several books printed in France and his political cartoons appear often on the cover of Charlie Hebdo - "un vrai paysan avec moins de grâce artistique" as some have said..[1][2]

Charlie Hebdo shooting[edit]

He was present in the meeting during the attack at the Charlie Hebdo headquarters on 7 January 2015 and was hospitalised with a gunshot wound to the shoulder. From the hospital, he was able to draw four cartoons for the issue of Charlie Hebdo released on 14 January, one week after the shooting.[3][4] Riss is now the publishing director of the magazine, and he owns 70% of the shares.[5]

Works[edit]

  • The Great Trial by Charlie Hebdo: The trial Papon collective scenario Editions Charlie Hebdo / Rotary 1998
  • Granny Woman Practice Noon Seeking 1999 ( ISBN 978-2862746432 )
  • The Tour de France of the Crime, Charlie Hebdo, Special Issue No. 11, Editions Rotary 2000
  • Face kärchée of Sarkozy, with Richard Malka and Philippe Cohen (screenplay), Issy-les-Moulineaux: Vents d'Ouest, Paris: Fayard, p 155, 2006 (. ISBN 2-7493-0309-5 )
  • Survey Nicolas Sarkozy before his accession to the presidency of the Republic during the 2007 presidential election ; followed after his election, the Countenance of
  • Face kärchée Sarkozy's more: Sarko 1 with Richard Malka and Philippe Cohen (screenplay), 37 p 2007 (. ISBN 978-2-7493-0400-7 )
  • Presidential 2007: Campaign blog of Charlie Hebdo, with Anne-Sophie Mercier, Editions Jean-Claude Gawsewitch 2007 ( ISBN 978-2350130996 )
  • I Do Not Like School, Hoëbeke 2007 ( ISBN 978-2842302931 )
  • The American Dream Explained to the Disbelievers, Albin Michel, 2007 ( ISBN 978-2226177308 )
  • Nothing to masturbate, Supplement No. 828 of Charlie Hebdo (30 April), 32 p., 2008
  • Carla and Carlito or Castle Life with Richard Malka and Philippe Cohen (screenplay), ed. 12a -Fayard, 64 pp., 2008 ( ISBN 978-2-35648-034-7 )
  • My First Crusade, Georgie Bush goes to War, published The Fumbles, 2008 ( ISBN 978-2357660007 )
  • Obama, what else? With Jean-Luc Hees, ed. The Fumbles, 2009 ( ISBN 978-2357660083 )
  • Hitler in my Living Room. Private Photos of Germany from 1933 to 1945, ed. The Fumbles, 2009 ( ISBN 978-2357660144 )

Participation in collective works

  • Collective, Mozart being murdered, Albin Michel, 2006, Charb, Catherine Meurisse, Luz, Tignous and Jul
  • Holiday Book of Charlie Hebdo, published The Fumble, 2009, Catherine Meurisse, Charb and Luz
  • Freedom - Equality - Fraternity cartoons collections
  • The brief of Charlie Hebdo, published The Fumbles 2008
  • Blame Society, collective, ed. 12a, 2008

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