Comic strip published as a booklet

Rodolphe Topffer of Geneva, Switzerland, artist and writer of a comic strip called The Adventures of Dr. Festus. Booklet ws published in 1829, Topffer created a series of absurdly comical stories told by means of lithographed drawings, and bound into small albums.
Date:
      1829
Name(s):
      Rodolphe Topffer
Occupation:
      Artist
      Writer
Location:
      Geneva, Switzerland

Additional Information:

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