Tokyo

Dear Readers,

I’ll be attending the Zinestergathering in Tokyo the 24th of November.

I hope to see you there!

If you can’t come then please check out either the homepage or the facebook-page.

Advertisements

BOGFORUM

Dear Readers,

Tomorrow it opens – Bogforum, the biggest and most extensive book-fest in Denmark.

Opening at 10 am tomorrow (26th of October) this will be an extravaganza of all things books and comics! Yes, there’s a comics area with workshops and talks.

I’ll be there with my new manga “The Inevitable Nature of Snowangels”, the limited edition of “the Forgetting of Mermen”, “Orddrassseearghumms”, and of course the maybe never-ending “CirCus”.

I hope to see you!

 

Bogforum, Bella Centret, Center Boulevard 5, 2300 Copenhagen – open friday (26/10) from 10 am to 7pm, saturday (27/10)from 10am to 6pm, sunfay (28/10) from 10am to 6pm.

NEW RELEASE

Isakawa Daichi leads an isolated life – shy, introvert, and depressed as he is.

But one snowy Christmas Daichi’s depression is disturbed by a brief, but close, encounter with Fuyu, a forward and flamboyant musician.

They meet again months later, and despite Daichi’s obvious reluctance, Fuyu insists on friendship, tearing down all the walls Daichi has so painstakingly built in order to survive.

Despite all their poetry and beauty, snawangels melt, leaving only harsh reality….

“The Inevitable Nature of Snowangels (part 1)” is a manga about loneliness and being together. Who knows which is worse….

NEW STUFF

Tomorrow – at CPH Zinefest (Ungdomshuset, Dortheavej 61, 2200 Copenhagen) – these two works will be presented to the world.

CirCus chapter 9 is out! As Eloïse and Carl start they return something dark and ominous takes place at the camp.

“the Forgetting of Mermen” special edition. Printed on rice paper (A5) in a limited, numbered and signed printing.

Come get these alongside loads of good offers TOMORROW (20th October) between 12(noon) and 9pm!

SEE YOU!

CirCus 4

Dear Readers,

If you didn’t get the chance to come by CPH Zinefest this weekend, and thus didn’t get a chance to flick through my stuff live, don’t despair!

Here you are: a flick through the latest issue of CirCus (#4)

The sun setting infuses all with red, and in this light Eloïse finds that strange things are happening; one of Ethel’s pigs has been hurt by unknown forces! And when a piercing scream resounds Eloïse shows great courage and sternness in handling the situation.

For more on this series, click here.

Circus4

Take a Look

Dear Readers,

Be aware that I regularly change and add stuff all over this place.

Just recently I’ve added CirCus to the Wor(l)ds-menu plus I’ve done a new menu-point called Flickthrough.

Check them out.