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Michel Greg born Michel Régnier in 1931 in Belgium, deceased in 1999, was one of the most important figures of the Franco-Belgium Comics post-war industry. Mainly known for his series Achille Talon, he actually wrote dozens. Literally: the (undenied) legend says that, as editor-in-chief of Tintin magazine, he was sometimes writing for seventeen different series at the same time.

Greg had three lives and could do everything and write every genre for every coauthor. He wrote great and intelligent stories as varied as Spirou for Franquin, Comanche for Hermann or Luc Orient, a "Flash Gordon-like" with Eddy Paape. He was also an accomplished artist, writing and drawing the comic Achille Talon.

He had a real flair to detect young talents, who were sometimes very inspired by his style, as Turk, de Groot or Dupa.

In the early 80's, living in the United States, he wrote for TV Shows The Love Boat and Perry Mason.

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