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In the News (Mon 17 Jun 19)

 Comic creator: Marc Sleen
Marc Sleen took part in the Belgian Salons of Flemish Humor from 1952 until 1963.
Marc Sleen has single-handedly written and drawn almost 200 albums of 'Nero'.
Inspired by contemporary comic artists like Willy Vandersteen and Bob de Moor, Marc Sleen started his impressive production with comics such as 'De Avonturen van Tom en Tony' (1945), 'Piet Fluwijn en Bolleke' (1945), 'De Avonturen van Stropke en Flopke'(1946) and 'Pollopof' (1946), which ran in a number of newspapers. /sleen.htm

 Nero (comic) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nero is one of the quintessential Flemish newspaper comics, together with Spike and Suzy.
He comes quickly to his senses, but the name stuck. /wiki/Nero_(comic)   (721 words)

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