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Luc Cromheecke was born on 2 August, 1961 in Belgian, is a Belgian comics artist. Discover Luc Cromheecke's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?

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Age 60 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 2 August 1961
Birthday 2 August
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Nationality Belgian

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In 2003, Cromheecke returned with Roboboy, a children's series about a robot child living with a normal family, and the havoc it unwillingly creates. Because of this renewed interest in his work, he started creating new stories for older series like Tom Carbon and Taco Zip. Together with Jean-Michel Thiriet, he created a weekly page in Spirou magazine. In 2006, he also created the spin-off series Plunk for Spirou, and published the first album of Ben de Boswachter. An exposition celebrating twenty years of Taco Zip debuted at Strip Turnhout in Turnhout, traveling to different cities in Belgium and the Netherlands, including the comic shop Lambiek in Amsterdam At the end of 2005, Cromheecke drew the cover for the last issue of Robbedoes magazine, which is also used for the last collection of Robbedoes magazines, album #262.


In the next years, Cromheecke made a number of short lived series and many illustrations for magazines and publicity campaigns. In 1994, he partook in an exposition of young talents at the Angoulême International Comics Festival with Lewis Trondheim and others. He also made a few CD-roms, and a short-lived series Ben le Forestier for the French magazine Astrapi, but in general scarcely participated in the comics scene.


In 1983 Cromheecke started the comic strip Taco Zip, which appeared in Robbedoes, De Volkskrant, and De Morgen. He creates in the next years the series Tom Carbon, which appeared in the Dutch magazine Sjors and again in Robbedoes. Both series had an initial run of 4 albums, and Tom Carbon was translated to French and German. In 1989, he was invited by the Comics Museum in Brussels to make the material for the displays about merchandising, for which he used a minor character from Taco Zip, the mad alien Plunk.


Luc Cromheecke (born 2 August 1961), is a Belgian comics artist best known for the comic series Tom Carbon, Taco Zip, Roboboy and Plunk.

Luc Cromheecke was born in Antwerp in 1961. After having studied painting, graphic arts and publicity at the Royal Academy for Fine Arts of Antwerp, he created the magazine "Flan Imperial" with fellow student Fritzgerald; it featured material by Dutch artists René Windig and Eddie de Jong. The magazine didn't sell well despite a short review in Robbedoes, and folded after one issue.