De Doodende Straal, by Joe CeurvorstDe Doodende Straal, by Joe Ceurvorst
De Doodende Straal (ABC, 1938)

Joe Ceurvorst was an illustrator/reporter, who illustrated novels and tales like 'K.O. Corrigan' by Jean Doisy during the early years of Spirou magazine (1939-1940). In 1941, he illustrated two long comic stories with reporter/detective 'Paul Cartier' for the same magazine ('Le Mystère de la Vallée du Diable', 'Le Péril Vert').

De Doodende Straal, by Joe Ceurvorst (1946)
De Doodende Straal (Robbedoes, 1946)

In the Dutch version, Robbedoes, a third story appeared in 1946 ('De Doodende Straal'). This story was previously published in the Flemish family magazine ABC in 1938. Ceurvorst was furthermore a translator of foreign novels and tales for publishing houses.

De Doodende Straal, by Joe Ceurvorst (1946)
De Doodende Straal (Robbedoes, 1946)

Last updated: 2007-12-14

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