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Les Éditions Dargaud is a publisher of Franco-Belgian comics series. It was founded in 1943 by Georges Dargaud.

Initially, Dargaud published novels for women. In 1948, they started Line, a "magazine for elegant women", as well as a French edition of the Belgianmarker Tintin magazine.

In 1960, Dargaud bought the weekly magazine Pilote from René Goscinny, Albert Uderzo, and Jean-Michel Charlier, and the same year they published their first album. Goscinny continued as editor of the magazine, and Charlier was album editor for a period.

In 1974, Dargaud wanted to diversify, and Pilote became a monthly magazine, and spawned another two monthly magazines. The new magazines were Lucky Luke Mensuel (a Western themed magazine) and Achille Talon Magazine (a humor based magazine). However, both of them were unable to sustain a readership and folded within a year. The comics from these two magazines were put back into Pilote.

In 1988, Dargaud was acquired by Média-Participations.

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