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Bob de Groot
De Groot in 2010
Born(1941-10-26)26 October 1941
Brussels, German-occupied Belgium
Died17 November 2023(2023-11-17) (aged 82)
Ottignies, Belgium
Area(s)Artist, writer

Robert de Groot[1] (26 October 1941 – 17 November 2023) was a Belgian comic books artist and writer.


While still a young art student de Groot got his first comics experience as an assistant to Maurice Tillieux on Félix.[2] He began creating shorter work for the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Pilote, with creators such as Hubuc, Reiser. With Fred as scenarist he drew the strip 4 × 8 = 32 L'Agent Caméléon in the late 1960s. When the artist Turk joined to assist on the series, de Groot gradually took on increasing amounts of work as scenarist and went on to collaborate with Turk on several series, including Archimède, Robin Dubois and eventually Raymond Macherot's Clifton.[2] They also created the character Léonard for Achille Talon magazine in 1974,[3] before de Groot began a prolific production of comics scenarios for many comics artists, including Tibet, Dupa, Philippe Francq, Greg and Dany. With Rodrigue he created Doggyguard and continued the Clifton series, and with Morris he collaborated on stories for Lucky Luke and Rantanplan.


Bob de Groot died at Ottignies on 17 November 2023, at the age of 82.[4]


Series Years Volumes Scenarist or Artist Editor Remarks
Alice au pays des merveilles 1973 1 Greg (writer) Le Lombard and Dargaud Artwork in collaboration with Dany, Dupa and Turk
Ça vous intéresse 1990 1 Dany (artist) P & T Productions This volume written by De Groot, rest of series by different writers
Chlorophylle 1977–1986 3 Dupa and Walli (artists) Le Lombard Series started by Raymond Macherot
Clifton 1973–1984 9 Turk (artist) Le Lombard and Dargaud Series started by Raymond Macherot
Des villes et des femmes 1987–1988 2 Philippe Francq (artist) Dargaud
Digitaline 1989 1 J. Landrain (artist) Le Lombard First bande dessinée completely made by computer
Doggyguard 1999–2000 3 M. Rodrigue (artist) Le Lombard


  • Bob de Groot publications in Spirou Archived 10 July 2007 at the Wayback Machine, Pilote Archived 10 July 2007 at the Wayback Machine, Vaillant and Pif Archived 7 June 2007 at the Wayback Machine, Belgian Tintin Archived 30 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine and French Tintin Archived 8 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine, BDoubliées (in French)
  • Béra, Michel; Denni, Michel; and Mellot, Philippe (2002): "Trésors de la Bande Dessinée 2003–2004". Paris, Les éditions de l'amateur. ISBN 2-85917-357-9
  • Matla, Hans: "Stripkatalogus 9: De negende dimensie". Panda, Den Haag, 1998. ISBN 90-6438-111-9

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