Daniel Azulay

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Daniel Azulay (May 30, 1947 – March 27, 2020) was a Brazilian visual artist, comic book artist, and educator. He was known for the children's franchise Turma do Lambe-Lambe.[1] He was born in Rio de Janeiro. In 1968, he created the newspaper strip Capitão Cipó, published in the newspaper Correio da Manhã and in 1975, launched the Turma do Lambe-Lambe.[2] In 2013, he created the Diboo website (www.diboo.com.br), an online drawing course for children.[3]

Azulay died of COVID-19 on March 27, 2020, aged 72, in Rio de Janeiro, after being hospitalized for leukemia.[4][5]

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  1. "Daniel Azulay". lambiek.net. Retrieved 2020-03-30.
  2. Ucha, Ota. «Cronologia dos Quadrinhos - Parte 2». Jornal da ABI (362).
  3. "Daniel Azulay ressurge em curso de desenho online para crianças". Folha de São Paulo.
  4. "Artista plástico Daniel Azulay morre de coronavírus". Band News FM RIO (in Portuguese). Bandeirantes Group.
  5. "Artist Daniel Azulay dies, aged 72, victim of coronavirus". Mar 28, 2020. Archived from the original on March 28, 2020. Retrieved Mar 28, 2020.