Prince Loyal, by Maxime Roubinet

Maxime Roubinet was a French comics artist from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. He has drawn for a variety of pocket publications, such as 'Ajax' (1964-1968) and 'Trois des Chindiths'. He drew the 'Prince Loyal' series for Hemma Chaix publishers in the 1950s. For Coquelicot magazine, he produced 'La Guerre de Mars n'aura pas Lieu' and for Hérox magazine 'Le Disparu de l'Amazonie' (1949). He wrote several episodes of 'Zorro' for Jean Pape, and for the periodical publications of Zorro, he illustrated 'Stan Burk' (1953) and 'Altitude moins 3200'.

Prince Loyal, by Maxime Roubinet

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