Comic
Dutch

Tienduizend dagen

Merho (author), Thomas Du Caju (collaborator), Peter Koeken (collaborator)
In series:
Target audience:
9-11 years and up, 12-14 years and up

De Kiekeboes worden uitgenodigd om een reis te maken naar Japan. Zij zijn echter niet de enige die naar het verre Oosten trekken: ook Mona gaat naar het land van de rijzende zon! De bekende Japanse robotspecialist No How wil haar gebruiken voor het top secret project Tienduizend Dagen waar ook de yakuza, de Japanse maffia, bij betrokken lijkt te zijn...


Title
Tienduizend dagen
Author
Merho
Collaborator
Thomas Du Caju Peter Koeken
Language
Dutch
Edition
1
Publisher
Antwerpen: Standaard, 2010
46 p. : ill.
ISBN
9789002238932 (paperback)

About Merho

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Merho, born Robert Merhottein on 24 October 1948, is a Belgian comic-book writer and artist, best known for creating the comic strip De Kiekeboes.

Early life

Robert Merhottein was born in Antwerp, Belgium in 1948. As a child, he already loved the comics by Marc Sleen and Willy Vandersteen, and wanted to become a comics artist when he grew up. He studied at the Sint-Lukas Art School in Brussels in the 1960s.

Career

Merho's first two comics, Comi en Dakske and Zoz and Zef, were made when he is only a teenager. Afterwards, he worked for five years as an assistant on Jerom and Pats with Studio Vandersteen, but then started his own series, Kiekeboe, in the newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws. Contrary to the other major Flemish newspapers like De Standaard/Het Nieuwsblad (with Spike and Suzy) and H…Read more on Wikipedia

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