Baxter, by Raf Ravijts

Raf Ravijts met Eric D'hondt at Saint-Luc in the mid-eighties. Together they finished their studies in 1987 and became a comic team. At first, they designed brochures and logos, and they made several illustrations. They made their comic debut in Jet Magazine, a magazine from Le Lombard for beginning artists. Bob de Moor liked their style, so he published one of their stories in Tintin. For Suske en Wiske Weekblad, they created several short stories and their series about the pilot 'Baxter'.

Baxter, by Raf Ravijts (1994)

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