H.C. Andersen, by Thierry Capezzone

Thierry Capezzone made his debut in the magazine Spirou, where he assisted Daniel Kox on 'L'Agent 212' from 1992 to 1993. he also did illustrations for the 'Zigzag' section, and created 'Dingo-pubs' together with Vincent Deporter. Capezzone settled in Odense, Denmark, where he took on a series of personal interpretations of H.C. Andersen's stories with writer Jan Rybka, called 'H.C. Andersen Junior'.

H.C. Andersen Junior, by Thierry Capezzone

Last updated: 2007-03-21

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