Der er en ny tumblr i byen!
Den indeholder vores gamle striber bragt i Euroman 2004-2006. Ja, det var dengang, vi vandt en tegneseriekonkurrence i et mandeblad! Læs alle 23 striber her:
My new e-book ‘Everything Happens’ featuring a weird collection of my drawings and collages has just been published by Anport Books.
It’s 80 pages and it’s a free download here: http://anport.dk/e-book/
While waiting for the ‘official’ Rockworld #4 – we have given over the characters to Mikael Ekström from Sweden and he has done them justice in the great short story ‘Jokeworld’.
You can read it right here on-line!
We’re having a busy weekend ahead of us! Copenhagen Comics is happening Saturday and Sunday during the day – but we’re already heading into the ‘comics zone’ on Friday evening as we’re attending a venue going down at CMYK Kld. in Nørrebro, Copenhagen. It’s called ‘Stilleben’ and you can probably google it.
Saturnight night the annual Ping Prisen 2015 is held at Vega. Last year we were nominated for ‘Rockworld’ (Fahrenheit) in the category of ‘Best (Danish) Comic of the Year’ – but this year Søren Mosdal has entered the award show with his very own ‘Fimbulvinter’ (Aben Maler) and in the same category.
Photos from the festival will go up on our facebook page next week. Stay tuned!
The Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet wrote about the French editon of ‘Rockworld’ today!
Thierry Lemaire has written a fine review of The Hoochie Coochie‘s French edition of ‘Rockworld’. A review published in the christmas edition of Zoo Magazine. You can read the review here on page 26 or click the image below:
The publishing house Hoochie Coochie has released our comic book ‘Rockworld’ in France today.
The book looks beautiful and we will post some photos on this blog as soon as possible.
Till then: Enjoy the bunch of photos recently posted here
The shameless duo of Freddy & Professor known from the Kuti comx magazine are back in September on Dead Genesis, in a split comic with Jyrki “Borgtron” Nissinen.
Read more here.
We got interviewed by Felix (it’s in Danish):