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Spring 2009

Helping America procrastinate since 1636

November 20, 2018
 
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HSP Comics Spring 2009: KLAUS

KLAUS was born somewhere in the North of Spain at some point in the mid seventies. During the mid nineties, he suffered from a syndrome called architecture, from which he has not yet recovered. Showing an early passion for drawing, he was introduced to comic books at a young age by his family and educators, to their later regret. As an illustrator, Klaus has always believed in the importance of having a distinctive style, which explains why he has been systematically copying the styles of the most distinctive comics artists, such as André Franquín. Only his complete lack of success in doing so has prevented him from being effectively sued for plagiarism.  HSP 


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