16.0 x 23.0 cm
Ages 6 years and up
Comet Kurt has his very own space rocket. He has a very cool job too. Kurt is a rocket delivery boy flying through outer space with his trusted robot dog Rex. A fun read for young school children – guaranteed to spark their imagination.
Danish Children’s author with 61 published books, translated into 21 languages. Morten has won several national book awards including “Skriverprisen”, from the Educational Ministry of Denmark. Titles in this catalogue: “Comet Kurt and Rex”, “The Whispers Game”, “Ivalu” and “Zenobia”.
Former product designer turns comics artist and illustrations activist. With a penchant for creating pictorial narratives with satirical bite and absurd humor, Patrick has cultivated animation, comics and picture books for children. His latest award-winning album has received rave reviews.
21.5 x 30.0 cm
7 years and up.
“Ogier” is a comic about Ogier the Dane and his travel to France. Ogier is taken as a penance by Charles the Great. He is transported from Denmark to Paris, where he ends up spending a large part of his life. We follow him in his development and see what resistance he encounters on his way.
Freelance illustrator since 2009 working on illustration assignments ranging from posters, drawings to magazines, comic books, vinyl covers, portrait drawings, character designs to storyboards, murals, performance art, advertising ads, visual identity and T-shirt and logo design.
52 pages, colour
16.0 x 23.0 cm.
Science for Kids: Learn about science – the fun way!
Join Little Bohr, Miss Lehmann and Professor Roland on a journey to Mars, on an expedition to the wildlife of the past or on a trip back to the beginning of the Universe.
Debut in 1986 with The Studio (Atelieret), short satirical comics about a group of frustrated young artists. In 1990, 50 years after the German occupation, Roland, Morten Hesseldahl and Henrik Rehr made five volumes of Denmark Occupied (Danmark Besat), each covering one year of the occupation. Since then Niels has concentrated on daily and weekly comics for Danish newspapers, in recent years mainly Weekendavisen.
23.0 x 27.5 cm
Author: Freddy Milton
Artist: Peter Madsen
When Anton drives home with his mega mechanical machine on the bike cargo rack, he makes an astounding discovery: The bike ride all by itself without him having to step the pedals. This is “Valhalla” artist Peter Madsen’s first comic, written by Freddy Milton.