Alfred Leonardus Mazure (8 September 1914 – 16 February 1974) was a Dutch comics artist, novelist and film director, best known for his detective comic Dick Bos, which was one of the most popular comics series in the Netherlands during the 1940s. He also published English-language comics for several British newspapers, including his second best-known work Romeo Brown.
Alfred Mazure was born in Nijmegen in 1914. His first comic strips, De Chef (1934–1935), Da’s juist iets voor Willy (1935), Jerry gaat speculeeren (1937) and De Havik in Londen (1937) were published in the newspapers De Utrechtsche Courant, the Limburger Koerier and the Dagblad van Noordbrabant (en Zeeland). In 1939 he also published his first comics in Great Britain, namely Erbert (1937–1938) in the weekly Passing Show and Dad in John Bull.