Paul Geerts

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Paul Geerts
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Vandersteen & Geerts (1985)
BornPaulus Josephus Coleta Geerts
(1937-05-16) 16 May 1937 (age 82)
Turnhout, Belgium
NationalityBelgian
Area(s)Writer, Artist
Notable works
Spike and Suzy
Awards full list

Paul Geerts (complete name Paulus Josephus Coleta Geerts) (16 May 1937 at Turnhout) is a Flemish comics artist who succeeded Willy Vandersteen as the main artist of the Spike and Suzy series.

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