Blondie, by Denis Le Brun (2005)

Denis Lebrun started his career directly after high school, drawing editorial, news and feature cartoons and a comic strip for a daily newspaper. In 1981, he became the assistant of Stan Drake on the 'Blondie' comic. The 'Blondie' series was originally created by Chic Young in 1930 and is now written by his son, Dean Young. After Stan Drake's death in 1997, Lebrun took over the artwork of the comic completely until July 2005, when a dispute between him and Dean Young ended the collaboration.

Blondie, by Denis Lebrun
Blondie on King Features

Laatste update: 2006-12-16

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