Rob Peters studied at the Academies of both Arnhem and Rotterdam. Although his comics production is limited, his work does stand out for its original and personal style and its bizarre humor. He started out with several short 'Meneer Plum' stories for Robbedoes magazine, as well as its French equivalent Spirou, in the mid-1960s.
Amber en Akka (Robbedoes #1649, 1969)
He continued his work for Robbedoes with the funny detective series 'Amber en Akka' and 'Professor Hilarius'. The scenarios of these comics were written by the famous Dutch poet Jules Deelder. Peters's next comic, 'Topsland', about a medieval land with modern, present-day neighbors, was too unconventional for Robbedoes. That is why 'Topsland' appeared in Aloha in 1971 and 1972. Rob Peters cancelled his comics activities in the late 1970s to become a freelance animator in the United States.