Martin Lodewijk is one of the Netherlands' most prominent and productive comics artists and writers. He is best known for his humorous adventure comic 'Agent 327' (1966), about secret agent Hendrik IJzerbroot and his tall and big-breasted co-spy Olga Lawina. Lodewijk is a graphic chameleon, able to draw in different styles, and known for his excessive documentary research. He has also written scripts for various other series, including 'Johnny Goodbye' (art by Dino Attanasio), 'Storm' (art by Don Lawrence), 'January Jones' (art by Eric Heuvel), and Willy Vandersteen's 'De Rode Ridder' (art by Claus D. Scholz). Lodewijk was furthermore the driving force behind the magazine Eppo, where he worked as as an art director and talent scout. To top off his resumé he was also the artist and designer of several notable advertisements.