Comic
Dutch

Drache nationale

Charel Cambré (author)
Een stuntelende koning en een al even bijdehante koningin, een losbandige prins en een minzame vader die alles bedekt met de mantel der liefde: te gek om los te lopen? Niet in Filip en Mathilde, de hilarische gagreeks over het wel en wee van het Belgische koningshuis.
Title
Drache nationale
Author
Charel Cambré 1968-
Language
Dutch
Publisher
Antwerpen: Ballon, 2018
48 p. : ill.
ISBN
9789462106284 (paperback)

About Charel Cambré

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Charel Cambré (born 27 April 1968 as Carl Cambré) is a Flemish Belgian comics artist and author.

Biography

Carl Cambré was born in 1968 in Herenthout. After his studies at the art school of Lier and animation at the Royal Academy of Ghent, he worked in some foreign animation studies, before he started creating comics. He lives in Nieuwrode, a part of Holsbeek.

His first published comic was Streetkids in Suske & Wiske Weekblad, which appeared from 1993 until 2003. From 2005 on he worked for the Studio Vandersteen, while continuing to create his own series at the same time. He often works together with Marc Legendre, first on the Spike and Suzy spin-off series Amoras, and since 2017 on the Spirou et Fantasio spin-off Robbedoes Special, which marks the first time that Flemish authors have created an album in the iconic Franco-Belgian comic series.

Amoras was a limited…Read more on Wikipedia