Die Grüne Eisbombe, by Burkhard Ihme

Burkhard Ihme is a German comic artist, known for his anti-hero 'Reino' and his series 'Reginald W. Spotherworth-Moulder'. He studied art at the Staatlichen Akademie der Bildende Künste from 1975 to 1981. The first 'Reino' album appeared at Buch Musik & Film Verlag in 1980. In addition, he created 'Mick Baxter, der Meisterdetektiv' at the same publisher, 'Die Mühle' at Edition Quasimodo, as well as several 'Ray Clark' episodes in the "Piccolos" collection. The first 'Reginald W. Spotherworth-Moulder' album appeared in 1988. He is also known for 'Die Wundersame Zeichenwelt des BIR' (1990), a satirical biograhpy of the imaginative comic artist Hardmuth Birek. This was followed by albums like 'It's Bungee Time', 'Renn um dein Leben' and 'Um Kopf und Kragen'. In 2002, Ihme created 'Die Grüne Eisbombe', a parody on the franco-belgian Clear Line comic. He is co-founder and chairman of the German comics organization ICOM, and publisher of the German comics yearbook.

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