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Billede 05-01-2018 11.30.16

ON THE MOVE: World Book Fair New Delhi

As you are reading this, I am en route to India to World Book Fair in New Delhi. Woot!! Here’s the official statement: This all came together at the last minute so I didn’t have a chance to prepare much. Let’s just say the last week before Christmas was pretty hectic, moving deadlines for my […]

On the move: COPENHAGEN COMICS

What a fun weekend! The biggest, semi-annual Danish con, Copenhagen Comics was held this weekend in Øksnehallen and I was happy to be able to bring my friend and collaborator, Chris Miskiewicz, writer of Thomas Alsop to the event. Books litterally flew over the counter and it was hard to keep up with the signings […]

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Nyt gratis tegneseriekursus!

Hvis du kan engelsk og gerne vil i gang med at lave tegneserier, så kan jeg som altid anbefale mit site comicsforbeginners.com, hvor jeg gennem tutorial videoer, blogposts og podcast fortæller om processen – men nu er der altså også et 7-dages Crash Course at hente. Du får daglige video-lektioner, e-bog, worksheets og masser af andre goodies, […]

Breaking news: MONTHLY BOOK ANNOUNCED

The rabbit is out of the hat! BOOM! Studios is releasing issue 1 of 8 of creator-owned book Thomas Alsop in June 2014, an occult New York story, written by Chris Miskiewicz and drawn by yours truly. Bleeding Cool did a nice little write up and people have been showing all kinds of support via Twitter and Facebook . […]

On the move: NY PICTURE POST

On the move: NY PICTURE POST

I’m back at the studio here in Copenhagen after a few hectic weeks in New York. I enjoyed bicycling here with music in my headphones, wind on my face and the smell of the wet streets. This is home. Won’t be here long though as I am heading to France for another comics festival this […]

On the move: LAST DAY IN NEW YORK

On the move: LAST DAY IN NEW YORK

On the flight here we had a lot of turbulence. For more than half an hour we seemed to drop from the sky at irregular intervals, the hull shaking and creaking, people were screaming and throwing up. So although I’m looking forward to going home tomorrow, I’m not exactly looking forward to the flight itself. […]