Still am a little. So thats why I was not that much active over here, simply couldn't find the time.
I finished the work on my latest album "Mark Brandis: Aufstand der Roboter" (Mark Brandis: Revolt of the Robots), which will be published by Panini-Comics and hit stores in Germany at the end of October. I will be at the ComicAction-Festival in Essen and at the Comicmesse Berlin presenting the book. I also worked on a new magazin/anthology calles "COZMIC" which will be out in September. It will premiere at the Comiciade Eupen (Belgium), I am looking forward to being there.
So now I hopefully will have a bit more time to post new stuff here a
Hey, I will be at the 26th international Comic-Festival Contern (Luxembourg) 20. - 21. July, presenting my books "Mark Brandis" and "A Strange Day". I am really excited to be there, it will be my first time visiting a festival outside of Germany as an artist. Lokking forward to meeting lots of people and collegues from Europe. Maybe I will even meet some fellows from dA? That would be cool!
Have a good one! Peace, love and joy, wherever you are on this tiny planet – stay healthy and try to make it a better place! I sure will do.
See you in 2019 (and I'm glad it looks nothing like Blade Runner!),
Hey, my book "Mark Brandis: Verrat auf der Venus" (Treason on Venus) is nominated – and now on the shortlist – for the German Phantastik Award. If you like my work you can vote there (scroll down to Kategorie Comic until you find the title). Two days are left to vote! Here you go: https://eveeno.com/174922491
Thank you for your help!
Finally, it's here: My book "Ein seltsamer Tag: Robotermärchen" (A Strange Day: Tales of Robots). Every episode we (author Olaf Brill and myself) have done so far is collected in this album. 31 episodes with one, two – or in one case 4 – pages are included in this book togehther with an exclusive 5-page epilogue and an extensive "making-of"-section. I am really happy with it and hope the readers will enjoy it, too.
Of course it's "only" in german at the moment, we are looking for publishers all over the world, though. I think the themes and stories are universal and I would like readers from all over Europe and overseas to j