Eugen Gliege is a German comic and press artist. Born in Nauen, Kreis Osthavelland, he published his first professional drawing in Bauern-Echo in 1971. After several studies, he began his career as a professional artist in the early 1980s in magazines like NBI, Trommel, Frösi, Atze, Für Dich, ABC-Zeitung, Bummi, FF-dabei, Unsere Jagd, Eulenspiegel, Gärtnerpost and Berliner Zeitung.
For NBI, he produced with comic stories and series like 'Tierfabeln' (1983), 'Till Eulenspiegel' (1985), 'Reiseabenteuer von Puss und Brumel' (1986) and 'Märchen der Brüder Grimm' (1987-90). In 1987 he took over 'Fix und Fax' from Jürgen Kiezer in Atze, and he drew new adventures with the two mice until 1990. He is also known for his retelling of folk tales, collected as 'Alte Sagen und Geschichten aus dem Havelland'. He is mainly active as an illustrator.