23,0 x 31,5, hardcover
Published in Danish
Ages 13 and up.
A Slave in the Levant is a special one-shot story, telling the origin of Nofret. The book can be read independently of the rest of the series.
Nofret is captured by pirates and sold at the slave market in Byblos. She is forced to march through the desert of Syria and married to a rich, old merchant in Babylon.
Published in Denmark with two variant covers, one for the younger audience and one for older readers.
A 1983 graduate from the School of Applied Arts in Copenhagen, Sussi Bech is an award-winning cartoonist living in Denmark. Her most popular graphic novel is Nofret – 13 volumes so far – which stars a young Egyptian girl in the land of the pharaohs and combines her adventures with historically accurate depictions of ancient Egypt. Sussi Bech has won several awards for her work.
80-96 pages each
Book 4 in production
5 more books planned
20.0 x 28.0 cm
The series takes place in a united European Union where genetic modification is common and people with illegal modifications are deported to enclosed camps. Kijara is illegally modified and forced to work for a police unit dealing with illegals.
Writer and artist of the award-winning comic book series Kijara as well as a licensed psychologist using her skills in the creation of characters and stories. Tatiana teaches comics and character design for kids, teens and adults. Her psychological horror comic Anima, was nominated for the Ping award for Best Danish Debut in 2014 as well as shortlisted for the Danish horror award for literature.
44 pages each
Black & white
29.5 x 21.0 cm
Ages 12 and up
1920’s Copenhagen – a roaring, thriving metropolis and Bolette Hansen, crime novelist, is struggling with her latest novel.
A chance meeting with a stranger sets events in motion and thrusts Ms Hansen into the criminal underworld of the Danish capital.
Born in 1953. Paul Arne Kring is a theatre scenographer, puppet designer and comics artist. In 1969 he had his first story with Weneetryhl published in Denmark, and in recent years three more stories have come from his talented hands. His detective stories with Bolette Hansen was published weekly in the Danish tabloid Ekstra Bladet.
22,0 x 29,5 cm
Rights sold to USA, UK, Australia, Germany, Belgium, Holland and Iceland.
Mortensen is a timetraveler, traveling through history and solving complicated problems. Everything in the books are based on real events. In the backmatter of every book you can find data to support the book and continue research on your own. The books are popular in schools for educational purposes.
In 1908, a giant explosion takes place over the Russian region Tonguska. Mortensen is led back to Berlin in 1944. At the same time scientist Niels Bohr and British Prime Minister Churchill meet in London to discuss the atomic bomb – it has been stolen. Mortensen’s faithful helper, the witch, is kidnapped to serve as a pilot for a secret operation. Based on real events.
Lars Jakobsen is a Danish documentary filmmaker, author, artist and graphic designer. He has worked with a wide range of graphic styles, and amongst other things done illustrations for the fashion industry, advertisements, movies, cartoons and comics. He is the founder and organizer of the Art Bubble comic book festival. In Denmark, he is well known for his humorous comic strip Ganske Vist. He is also the artist behind the adventures series Mortensen’s Escapades, which in recent years has stepped out into the world.