Daniël Kox is a Belgian comic artist, best known for the series 'L'Agent 212', which he makes with Raoul Cauvin for Spirou since 1975. Born in Ottignies, in the Walloon part of Brabant, Kox developed an interest in comics and drawing. In 1967, he presented his work to Jidéhem, who gave him some tips and tricks. By 1970 he got the opportunity to publish a couple of gags starring the characters 'Vladimir et Firmin' in the monthly Samedi Jeunesse. Three years later, he assisted Dino Attanasio as a background artist and colorist on some 'Spaghetti' stories.
He began his association with Spirou magazine in 1974, where he initially made a couple of illustrations for the 'Nature Jeunesse' section, and assisted Francis on 'Marc Lebut et son Voisin'. In 1975 the first gag starring the chubby cop 'L'Agent 212' was published in Spirou. This collaboration with Raoul Cauvin soon became one of the most popular series in Spirou, and is published in album by Dupuis since 1981.
From 1978 till 1981, he also made a gag strip about two bums, called 'Les Indésirables', for which he did both scenario and artwork. Kox additionally cooperated with Louis-Michel Carpentier, Malik and Jidéhem on the collective series 'Chansons Cochonnes' for the publishing house Éditions Top Game from 1990 to 1992.