comic art by Jeroen Janssen

Jeroen Janssen studied at the Saint-Luc art institute in Ghent. He began drawing comics while living and working in Nyundo, Rwanda, from 1990 to 1994. His first comic book, 'Muzungu, Sluipend Gif in Rwanda', was published by Wonderland in Hasselt in 1997. This book received the VSB-award Stripdagen Haarlem in 1998.

Bakamé, by Jeroen Janssen

Most of his following books were in cooperation with Pieter van Oudheusden, such as 'Een Nachtegaal in de Stad' (1999), 'Klaarlichte Nacht' (2001), 'Bakamé' (2003) and 'De Grote Tovenaar' (2007).

Een Nachtegaal in de Stad, by Jeroen Janssen

Short stories by Janssen have appeared in magazines like Beeldstorm, Stripburger, Incognito, Kerozene, Parcifal, Ink and Zone 5300. He works part-time in a library, is freelance illustrator and colors 'Hippo & Zeno', a comic by Klaas Verplancke.

De Grote Tovenaar, by Jeroen Janssen

Jeroen Janssen site
(in dutch)

Laatste update: 2009-11-06

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