comic art by Kisler

Kisler, whose real name remains a secret, became a part of the Asylum art group in 1985. That same year he cooperated on 'Mondes Engloutis', a serial of animated cartoons adapted to comics for Casterman publishers. At the same time the teamed up with writer Ralph and created the science-fiction comic 'Vixit - Tueur de Ville', published by Vents d'Ouest in 1988. From 1989 he was present in the periodical Circus with 'Le Mormaudi', while also drawing for publisher Rackham. However, Kisler's main focus is the animation field, working for among others Éclipse Programma and Pixi-Box.

Last updated: 2010-11-05

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