Comic Creator

Jacques Landrain

(23 March 1953 - 18 March 2009, Belgium)  Belgium

Jacques  Landrain

Digitaline by Jacques Landrain

Jacques Landrain was an comic artist and colorist from Brussels. He has worked in the fields of comics, illustration and graphic arts. His first comic book was the historical 'Miguel de Alhama' with scriptwrtier Alain Masson for Bedescope in 1984. Together with Bob de Groot, he was responsible for 'Digitaline', the first European comic story created entirely with the computer, in 1989. He later also worked with De Groot on 'OOOPSS', a mascot for a petition designed to persuade Belgian politicians to form a government. He passed away from leuchemia in 2009, at the age of 56.

Laatste update: 2013-02-14

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