Here is the list of comicbooks I have done. I started self-publishing with ”Fantasiens Melodi” which was my first published comic. And until 2006 I self-published 6 comicbooks. But for the last couple of years, I have bean working hard on getting a real publisher. Which succeeded for the first time with “The Man Of Glass”, getting it published through Accent UK.
The Man Of Glass
Once he had it all. A boxing carrier, god friends, a beautiful girlfriend and family. But 30 years latter he sits on a park-bench with his beer and two plastic bags, wherein he caries all that he owns. What went wrong?
The Man of glass is the story of what I fear, and what I see happening all the time around me. People loosing there grip on life, sometimes getting back on track and sometimes not. Its about the beauty of life, and the fear that follows it.
A special thanks to Jess Jensen for the wonderful music he made specially to accompany this book. Go watch the trailer, and listen to the music. It made the comic and the trailer complete.
The Man Of Glass (English)
42 pages, full color
2010 from Accent UK
Previews Order-code: OCT100732
C’ets Bon anthology vol. 10
I did the cover for this volume of C’est Bon Anthology, and there is a little sneak-paek of my newest comic-projekt “Lizard”.
Besides that, this installment of C’est Bon Anthology is packed with great works by artists like Mari Ahokoivu (FI) (of wich is my favorite of vol. 10), Davide Catania (IT), Loka Kanarp (SE), Ib Kjeldsmark (DK), Leo Scherfig (DK), Simon Diamant Silfverberg (SE)
The Troll is a short wordless comics about a boy discovering and making friends with a huge troll, living in the woods surrounding his and his families vacation-home.
The Troll is published as a part of the Cestbon Anthology no.7, amongst fine artists like Niklas Asker, Mattias Elftorp,Vassilis Gogtzilia, Chad Verrill and many more.
The Troll - Cestbon Anthology 7 (English)
“Epilepsi” (Epileptic) is the first in a series of minicomics about myself, growing up in the small town of Farum, about 20 km from Copenhagen.
“Epilepsi” is the telling of me and the epileptic secures I had as a child, how I experienced them, and about the fear of them.
12 pages, B/W
“Robotten” (The Robot) is the second mini-comic about memories from my childhood. It tells the story about the robot-costume my father made for me, my first year at school. Its about imagination, excitement and the power-fantasy, rumbling inside the head of a boy at the age of seven. “Robotten” is dedicated to my father.
8 pages, B/W
Utopia 1 & 2
Utopia 1 collects two stories. “Organisk Mekanisk” (Organic Mechanic), and the wordless “Uskyldens vinger” (Wings of incense).
“Organisk Mekanisk” tells the story of how hard it can be to take the final step, and ask a girl out. Especially if you don’t even know her name.
“Uskyldens Vinger” is my wordless visualization of what it feels like, to loose the first love of your life.
Utopia 2 contains the two comics, “Prisen” (The Price) and “Maskiner” (Machines).
“Prisen” a story of revenge. When your girlfriend is cheating on you, what then are you capable of, if you get an offer to get revenge. What would you do? How much anger can you channel through your feelings? Could you kill, if you had the chance?
“Maskiner” is the story of a changing world. A world where technology sneaks into our lives. And we can’t do anything about it.
“Maskiner” is based on my own fear of technologies like computers and mobile-phones. Can we live without them anymore?
32 pages, B/W and 2-color
Utopia 2 (Danish)
28 pages, B/W and color
“Fantasiens Melodi” (The Melodi of the Fantasy) is a modern fabel, about finding a reason to be.
An satyr lurks around the narrow streets of Copenhagen. He has lost his friends, and the songs that delivers fantasy to the humans, is of no use anymore. Humans don’t use there fantasy anymore. So what is his purpose? By accident he kills a woman that crosses his way, and suddenly he has found his reason to be, again.
Fantasiens Melodi (Danish)
12 pages, B/W