Insp Burnadz, by Ronald Putzker

Ronald Putzker grew up in Innsbruck, and moved back to Vienna when he was eighteen years old. He held many odd jobs, such as bookstore-employee, photographer, cook and musician. In 1983, he started making photo comics, and a year later, he started drawing them. After making two albums with 'Inspektor Burnadz' (Verlag Comicothek, 1985 and 1987), he created the series 'Aglaya', written by Erich L. Nussbaumer from 1986 to 1989. In the 1990s, he produced the trilogy 'Anna Stein', as well as 'Die Ganze Woche' (with Nussbaumer for Comicplus+) and a comics biography of Columbus. For the magazine Wiener, he made the satirical series 'K.A. Wiener' for a period of one year. Putzker is the artist of the series 'Cyberdise', that appears in PC Austria (in cooperation with Wolfgang Su and Michel Reimon).

Aglaya, by Ronald Putzker

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