'Indelibles': the joyous story of Charlie Hebdo before the massacre

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It was in the early 1990s when Renald Luzier, a student from the Loire Valley town of Tours, travelled up to Paris hoping to meet his idols, the cartoonists at the French investigative and satirical weekly Le Canard enchaîné. Hanging around the printing works where the weekly was rolling off the presses, he managed to collar one of them, Jean Cabut, better known under his pen name Cabu, who was one of France’s most prominent caricaturists.