Tibet (cartoonist)

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Tibet at Angoulême, January 1989
Born Gilbert Gascard
(1931-10-29)29 October 1931
Marseilles, France
Died 3 January 2010(2010-01-03) (aged 78)
Roquebrune-sur-Argens, France
Nationality French
Area(s) artist, writer
Notable works
Tintin magazine
Ric Hochet
Chick Bill

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. Since his debut in 1947, Tibet is known for work produced for the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Tintin, most notably the long-running series Ric Hochet and Chick Bill.[1]


  • Chick Bill, with scripts by Greg, André-Paul Duchâteau, René Goscinny, 71 albums published since 1954, Le Lombard
  • Ric Hochet, with André-Paul Duchâteau (scenario), 76 albums published since 1963, Le Lombard
  • Le Club des "Peur-de-Rien", with Greg, (scenario), 9 albums published since 1966, Le Lombard
  • El Mocco le terrible, 1977, Chlorophylle
  • Dave O'Flynn, 2 albums in 1979, Chlorophylle,
  • Les aventures de Globul, with René Goscinny (scenario), 1984 , Magic Strip
  • Mouminet et Alphonse, with Greg (scenario), 1984, Magic Strip
  • Aldo Rémy, 2 albums since 2006, Glénat


  1. ^ Lambiek Comiclopedia. "Tibet". 

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