known as Charb ([ʃaʁb]), was a French caricaturist and journalist, best known for his work with Charlie Hebdo, where he became editor in 2009. He was known for his controversial and thought-provoking illustrations and caricatures. Charb worked for many newspapers, Charlie Hebdo, L'Écho des savanes, Télérama, and L'Humanité. He joined Charlie Hebdo in 1992 and was its editor-in-chief from 2009 until his death on 7 January 2015.
His cartoons, which often feature, Maurice et Patapon, the anti-capitalist cat and dog, are caustic and irreverent. He used to draw the character of "Marcel Keuf, le flic" in Fluide Glacial.
He was killed in the Charlie Hebdo shooting in January 2015. One of the 12 victims of the terror attack on Paris-based satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo included the newspaper's founder, its editor, its deputy chief-editor and several cartoonists.
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