Ludwig Fischer started drawing in 1945, portraying his guards while in captivity. After World War II, he became a caricaturist for a newspaper, and he eventually also turned to comics. He lived in Yugoslavia (Serbia) at the time, and was one of the local contributors of adventure and science-fiction stories to Veseli Zabavnik.
He joined the studio of Rolf Kauka in Munich in 1961. He was the main artist of stories with the character 'Lupo', but he has also done 'Fix und Foxi' and 'Mischa'. He worked for Kauka until 1976.
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