L'Anniversaire d'Iznogoud (T.19), Éditions de La Séguinière 1987
Original cover. Several text elements are glued on the support. Signed. India ink on paper
25.3 × 34 cm (9.96 × 13.39 in.)
Goscinny had planned to write a detective story for Tabary: "And then, with the rigorous logic and the continuity of ideas that characterize most of those who do this job, I suggested Iznogoud, the repugnant grand vizier who wants to become caliph in the place of the good, excellent caliph Haroun El Poussah. "After Goscinny's death, Tabary brilliantly continued to write the script for the series, which he illustrated with the rare quality of a truly expressionist cartoon.