Bim og Bam by Iber
Bim & Bam from Dutch newspaper Nederlands Dagblad (22 January 1977). A text in rhyme was printed next to the strip.

Ib Bjerregaard was a Danish cartoonist who was best-known under his pen name Iber. He was a longtime contributor to family magazines like Familie-Journalen and Hjemmet, and his work was published in these magazines until 2002. His cartoons were distributed through Aktuel Presse Studio in Copenhagen.

For the PIB agency, he took over the children's newspaper comic 'Bim & Bam' from its creator Viggo Ludvigsen in 1969 and drew it until the strip was closed in the 1970s.

Laatste update: 2014-05-06

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