K O’Neill’s greatest hope as a storyteller is that their readers will come back to their books over and over and find something new to take away each time. This non-binary New Zealander comics creator is getting two books published in Norwegian in 2021.
Rob Harrell’s graphic novel “Monster on the hill” made its debut in Norwegian this May. At the time of its American release, this cartoonist was mostly doing comic strips. Since then, he’s expanded his repertoire to the point where he feels more like a writer who can draw.
I was always a storyteller, ever since I learned how to talk, says Jeanine El-Khawand, winner of the Strand comic strip contest. We have been talking to her about the comic strips “The Good Innvandrer” (immigrant) and her academical approach to comics.
Sindre L. Finnøy, a.k.a. SindrElf wanted to write Doctor Who, but now focuses on his own concept. Serienett.no had a meeting with this aspiring comic book writer to talk about his Kickstarter project ‘Anubis: Dog of Death’.
The 18th issue of the respected comics magazine “Aargh!“ was published in early April this year. Its topic is Norwegian comics, which it seeks to introduce to Czech readers through a historical retrospective by Kristian Hellesund, and short comics pieces by creators such as Jason and Kristopher Schau.