Waclaw Drozdowski is one of the early Polish comic artists. He studied at the University of Warshaw and worked as an editor on several Warshaw papers. In the 1930s he was present in magazine Karuzela with 'Pat i Patachon'. After World War II, these characters were renamed to 'Wicek i Wacek', and published in Express Ilustrowany. Written by editor and former labor camp prisoner Adam Ochoki, these new stories told about the character's whereabouts during the occupation.
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