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.
18.0 x 24.5 cm
“Punk Life Crisis” is for anyone who can’t fit into their old black metal T-shirts anymore. It’s a story of one last chance to be cool and rock out in a band:
Claus Deleuran Award for Best Danish Comic
In December 2022 Punk Life Crisis won the Claus Deleuran Award in the category Best Danish Comic 2021.
Right now, Simon is working on his next graphic novel scheduled for publication in Autumn 2023.
1 book: Meet the Parents
21.0 x 21.0 cm
Harald Bluetooth was the 2nd Viking King of Denmark (and Norway and parts of Sweden). This is the (kinda) true and (almost) honest story of his (daily) life. It’s all about being an old-time Viking in a modern world!
A 47-year old proud Viking Dane, father of 3 and grandfather of 2. Married to Sarah, and a servant of their free-roaming rabbit Della. Started the Harald Bluetooth Cartoon strip precisely on the 1st of January 2019. His inspirations for the strip are legion: – but I can see that I’m DEF an “Ol’ Timer” when it comes to comic strip style. My keys to making “a joke a day”: I usually say nicotine and caffeine … but it’s also a question of “getting the ball rolling”…and (more to the point) KEEP IT ROLLING!
120 pages, b/w
20.0 x 25.0 cm
Age 6 years and up
“Otto in Aeternum” is the 10th instalment of Otto and will be out in Denmark in the Spring of 2023 on Forlaget Forlæns.
It consists of one-panel cartoons, four-panel strips, and six to eight-page episodes.
Anders Brønserud is a danish comic book creator. His main work is the silent black and white strip Otto. Anders has been a part of the studio Gimle and is now working at Alfa, another artist’s studio in Copenhagen. He has made a living as an illustrator and graphic designer but is mainly doing his own comic book projects at the moment.