Sorry for writing in English: my French is good enough for reading, but writing is a different question...
I'm Italian, and I've been appreciating Goscinny's work since my childhood in the early 70es, when I avidly collected the Asterix albums published by Mondadori. Later, I've tried to get hold of everything written by and about this man of absolute genius, who left us way too soon. This forum is a very useful source of information, keep up the good work!
I'm wondering if any of you is able to provide information about a non-Goscinny Lucky Luke item: the one-pager "Lucky Luke se defoule", which appeared in 1966. I have a scan of the page, but I'd like to know more about the publication (Le Point) where it was first printed. My sources say it was a "journal etudiant belge": can anybody confirm, or - even better - provide a scan of the cover of the publication? I'd like to use it on a website I'm managing with a group of friends, here it is:
Thanks in advance and Ciao,