10 books (535 Sunday pages)
52 pages each
17.0 x 24.0 cm
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 ten 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 four 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.
18.0 x 24.5 cm
A young inexperienced teacher takes the big step from a small art school to a huge institution for young adults. We meet the uptight, strict teacher who sees the school as a factory and the mellow, seen-it-all-before type, who’s just holding out for retirement. In the melting pot of this environment, a modern teacher is created.
A harsh satire based on the Author’s own experience as a teacher — coming out in Autumn 2023.
Best Danish Comic Award-winner
“Learning for Life” is Simon Petersen’s next graphic novel after the highly acclaimed “Punk Life Crisis”, which won the Claus Deleuran Award for Best Danish Book in December 2022.
128 pages each
24.0 x 17.0 cm
Published in Danish.
Ages 6 and up
A man lonely on an island. A classic theme. But no one has made so many funny comic strips using this concept, as Rasmus Julius.
“Marooned” is a pantomime comic, so it is an easy read in every language and for all age groups.
Rasmus Julius was born in 1969. Has worked in the commercial business and has made funny strips since 2000. His comics have been published in newspapers and magazines in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, The Netherlands, Luxemburg, Mexico, Venezuela and Costa Rica.
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.
32.0 x 21.5 cm
A socio-critical collection of novels in toxic colors. A bastard of dystopian pantomime tales about the greedy mutants of capitalism and environmental decay. Absurd and repulsive visions of doomsday, and the imminent collapse of society. No speech balloons, only black humor, radioactive colors, and transgressive details.
Repulsive Attraction won the Ping Award for Best Danish Debut 2020 and got numerous positive reviews in its homeland and abroad.
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.