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Martin Veyron
French comics artist

Martin Veyron

Martin Veyron
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Intro French comics artist
Is Comics artist
From France
Field Humor
Gender male
Birth 27 March 1950, Dax
Age 73 years
Star sign Aries
Martin Veyron
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Martin Veyron (born 27 March 1950 in Dax, Landes, France) is a French cartoonist, novelist, and comics artist. He is notably best known for his artwork composition with the albums and as well as Editorial cartoons. His style oscillates between the vaudeville disenchanted and the study of mores a little scathing habits slightly bitter in the manner of Gérard Lauzier.


Martin Veyron was a high student where he studied at Art Deco school in Paris and graduated at Collège Stanislas de Paris. In 1975, he founded the Imaginon studio with Jean-Claude Denis and Caroline Dillard. He published first illustration in Lui, L'Expansion and Cosmopolitan. His debut comics date first back in 1977, that year he created in L'Écho des savanes with his favourite character. For this magazine, he wrote the story called Edmond le cochon was designed by Jean-Marc Rochette. In Pilote, that he also published Raoul et Remy in 1978 and he taken the name under pseudonym of Richard de Muzillac, Olivier Désmoreaux (drawing of Diego de Soria, 1984). His art albums appear in the Éditions du Fromage at Casterman and Éditions Albin Michel. In parallel, he had also published many cartoon in magazines including Libération, Paris Match, L'Obs and L'Événement du jeudi. His activity is unlimited to the design since 1985 when he adapted his album L'Amour propre on big screen. In 1996, he published his first released novel Tremolo Corazon. In January 2001, he was received for the Grand Prix of Angoulême International Comics Festival, that which made him as a president of the comics festival in 2002.

Personal life

He is married to his journalist wife Anne Chabrol, a former reporter at Belfast during the war in Northern Ireland and a former director of including magazines Elle, Glamour and Cosmopolitan. He has two children including sons Charles and Lambert



  • Oncle Ernest, with Jean-Claude Denis, Casterman, 1978
  • Bernard Lermite
  • Bernard Lermite Éditions du Fromage, 1979
  • Plus lourd que l'air, Éditions du Fromage, 1979
  • Personnellement je ne veux pas d'enfants (mais les miens feront ce qu'ils voudront), Éditions du Fromage, 1980
  • L'éternel féminin dure, Éditions du Fromage, 1981
  • Ce n'est plus le peuple qui gronde mais le public qui réagit (Dargaud, 1982
  • Peut-on fumer après la mort ?, Albin Michel, 1988
  • Le pagure est connu, Albin Michel, 1993
  • Edmond le cochon, scénario de Martin Veyron, dessin de Jean-Marc Rochette
  • Edmond le cochon, Éditions du Fromage, 1980
  • Edmond le cochon va en Afrique, Éditions du Fromage, 1981
  • Le continent mystérieux, Albin Michel, 1983
  • Le mystère continental, Albin Michel, 1993
  • L'Amour propre (ne le reste jamais très longtemps), Albin Michel, 1983
  • Zodiaque, collective album with Arno, Caro, Caza, Yves Chaland/Doug Headline, Cheraqui, Luc Cornillon, Michel Crespin, Dodo/Ben Radis, Jean-Claude Gal, Paul Gillon, Dominique Hé, Kent Hutchinson, Chantal Montellier, Hugo Pratt, Martin Veyron, Al Voss/Angelfred, coll. « Pied jaloux », Les Humanoïdes Associés, 1983)
  • Olivier Désormeaux – Âge ?... Moyen !, written by Martin Veyron, drawn by Diego de Soria, Dargaud, 1984
  • Executive Woman, Albin Michel, 1986
  • Bêtes, sales et mal élevés, Futuropolis, 1987
  • Donc, Jean..., Albin Michel, 1990
  • Jivara, Albin Michel, 1992
  • Cru bourgeois, Albin Michel, 1998
  • Caca rente, Albin Michel, 2000
  • Trois d'entre elles, Albin Michel, 2004
  • Cour Royale, with Jean-Marc Rochette, 2005
  • Papy Plouf, Albin Michel, 2006
  • Blessure d'amour propre, Dargaud, 2009
  • Ce qu'il faut de terre à l'homme, Dargaud, 2016 - Official selected Angoulême International Comics Festival in 2017

Drawing works

  • Un nègre blanc le cul entre deux chaises, Futuropolis, 1980
  • Vite !, Albin Michel, 1988
  • Politiquement incorrect, Hoëbeke, 1995
  • (sic), Albin Michel, 2001

Published art albums

  • La fin du chèque (Crédit Agricole, 1983)
  • Le cahier (Clairefontaine, 1987)
  • Titre ? de transport (Semvat, 1992)


  • L'Amour propre ne le reste jamais très longtemps (1985)

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