Comic art by Marko Cermak

Marko Cermák is a comic artist and musician from Prague. He was the second artist to draw the classic Czech comic series 'Rychle Sipy' ('Fast Arrows') from scripts by Jaroslav Foglar. In 1968, he initially repainted eight stories drawn by the original artist Jan Fischer in the 1940s, and he drew around 40 new stories in the 1970s.

In 1971 he worked for the publishing house Novinár on comic adaptations of the books 'Záhada hlavolamu' and 'Stínadla se bourí'. By 1989 he was a contributor to the comic magazine Kometa. He was a musician in the bands Greenhorns and White Stars.

Tri Kluci by Marko Cermak

Laatste update: 2012-10-26

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