19,5 x 25,0 cm
From 10 years+
Rasmus loses his parents in a car crash but discovers the existence of a multiverse of infinite possibilities and goes on a search for a world in which his parents could still be alive.
Script by Lars Kramhøft. Art by Tom Kristensen.
Lars Kramhøft (born 1984).
Graduate from The Animation Workshop 2011.
Award-winning Danish graphic novelist, children’s book author & illustrator.
Born in 1982. Tom Kristensen is an illustrator and occasionally award-winning comic creator. Graduated from Design School Kolding in 2012.
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.
10 books (535 Sunday pages)
52 pages each
17,0 x 24,0
Published in Danish
Ages 15 and up.
Eks Libris satirizes everything in the swank world of literature: the authors, the publishing houses, the bookstores, the librarians, and – the readers. Created in 2009, the weekly comic strip the size of an American Sunday strip has been immensely popular and has so far had its entries reprinted in nine book collections.
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.
A creator of children’s books and graphic novels – notably the
adventures of Kurt Dunder – Frank Madsen is an award-winning
cartoonist and three times Best Danish Comics Author nominée. Author of the weekly satirical cartoon Eks Libris since 2010.
Frank has also written the popular picture books for children Snus Mus about a mouse detective, with illustrations by Sussi Bech. The books were published in Chile in 2018 and more are in production.
17,0 x 24,0
Hans Christian Andersen’s little known eerie fairytale about a young scholar’s struggle with the dark side of his personality in a world that favours superficial glimmer and scandal over
Written in 1847 the story is surprisingly relevant today.
Graduate from Design School Kolding.
Founding member of Gimle Studio in Copenhagen 1980.
Since 2006 he has collaborated with national museums using comics to visualise the lives of people who went before us: Iron age tribes in East Jutland, Saints from Jacques de Compostella to Santa Claus, Seamen in the Caribbean, crusaders, carpenters and scientists alike.
This work earned him the Hanne Hansen award in 2014.