Created by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Mazure
From out of great Britain came the comic strip misadventures of ROMEO BROWN, an elegant, dashing private detective whose clients always seemed to be young, beautiful girls, who all seem more than willing to be seduced by Romeo's charms. More slap-and-tickle, nudge, nudge, wink, wink, than down-these-mean-streets, perhaps, but good fun, from all accounts.
Peter O'Donnell, of course, was the creator of Modesty Blaise, while Mazure had gained much fame in his native Netherlands for his judo-savvy private eye Dick Bos.
Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
| Home | Detectives A-L M-Z | Film | Radio | Television | Web Comics | Comics | FAQs |
| Trivia | Authors | Hall of Fame | Mystery Links | Bibliography | Glossary | Search |
| What's New: On The Site | On the Street | Non-Fiction | Fiction | Staff | The P.I. Poll |
Remember, your comments, suggestions, corrections and contributions are always welcome.
At the tone, leave your name and number and I'll get back to you...