In 1968, the Dutch comic weekly Pep asked Jos Looman to join their stable of artists. Looman had at that time already drawn a number of covers and several short comic features. Editor-in-chief Hetty Hagebreuk asked Looman to do a comic series about the life of Genghis Khan. The resulting comic strip, 'Dzjengis Khan, De Strijd om het Bestaan', turned out to be one of the most interesting comic strips created by the new school of Dutch comic artists. Looman also drew 'Jacht naar Geluk', which appeared in Baberiba. He left the comic field in the mid-1980s after 'Dzjengis Khan' was discontinued.
Jacht naar Geluk (Baberiba #1, 1974)