1. Simon Bukhave: ALL THAT I HOLD IN MY HAND

    Below is the complete ALL THAT I HOLD IN MY HAND by Simon Bukhave, originally printed in the anthology BLÆK, subsequently in FROM WONDERLAND WITH LOVE (Fantagraphics/Aben maler).

     

  2. Søren Glosimodt Mosdal: FIMBULVINTER, the first pages

    Søren Glosimodt Mosdals FIMBULVINTER [Danish for Fimbul Winter, in Norse mythology the harsh winter that precedes Ragnarok, doomsday] is an epic and bloody tragedy inspired by the true story of the viking chief Erik the Red. After a bloody feud he was forced into exile, founding a colony on Greenland (which he named). Despite the hostile environment, he still rules after almost two decades but Leif, his son, returns from Norway converted to christianity and bringing a priest …
    The book is published in France/Belgium by Casterman and in Denmark by Aben Maler.

     

  3. Rikke Villadsen: ET KNALD TIL, the first pages

    Rikke Villadsen’s ET KNALD TIL [Danish for one more bang] is a story set in the Wild West, complete with duels, saloons, Wanted posters and dialogue straight out of spaghetti westerns, but also a story that takes all those cliches, throws them in the air and shoots them full of holes. Denmark’s first and only queer western, ET KNALD TIL is published by Aben Maler.

     

  4. Mikkel Ørsted Sauzet: ASKE, the first pages

    Mikkel Ørsted Sauzet’s ASKE [Danish for ashes] is a riveting drama set in 18th-century Haiti, complete with slave trade, voodoo and tragic fates. All of it drawn in red (and some black) ball point pen, ASKE won the Ping Award for Best Danish Comic Debut. ASKE is published in Denmark by Aben Maler.

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