Comic
Dutch

Hotdogs en babyborrels

Willy Linthout (author), Urbanus (author of screenplay)
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In series:
Target audience:
9-11 years and up, 12-14 years and up
Op een dag vind je de job van je leven… en bovendien kan Urbanus voor een halve euro een prachtig perceel op de kop tikken. Het broodje van de Tollembeekse ondernemer van het jaar is gebakken! Hondenasiel ‘Hot-Dog’ is van bij het begin een laaiend succes, maar helaas voor Urbanus (en heel Tollembeek) duren mooie liedjes niet lang. Als ook God en Gaia zich gaan moeien, is het hek helemaal van de da
Title
Hotdogs en babyborrels
Author
Willy Linthout
Author of screenplay
Urbanus
Language
Dutch
Publisher
Antwerpen: Standaard Uitgeverij, 2020
[32] p. : ill.
ISBN
9789002268571 (paperback)

About Willy Linthout

Willy Linthout (born 1 May 1953) is a Belgian comics author, best known for the Urbanus comics and his graphic novel Years of the Elephant.

Biography

Willy Linthout is born in Eksaarde near Lokeren, Belgium in 1953. He was a comics collector when he met Flemish comedian Urbanus. They decided to create a comic strip based on the character Urbanus, Urbanus. The first album appeared in 1983, and it soon became of the most popular Flemish comic strips. So far, 135 albums have appeared. The series is noted for its black comedy and satire.

Linthout also collaborates on the popular Kiekeboe comic strip of Merho, and has created together with Luc Cromheecke the series Roboboy.

In 2007, after the suicide of his son, he wrote and drew the graphic novel Jaren van de Olifant (Years of the Elephant), which was nominated for a number of international awards and won the Bronzen Ad…Read more on Wikipedia

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