Sunday, March 4, 2012

Karl Valentin comic

A few weeks ago, I posted a panel of a comic I had been working on, but didn't tell what it was for. Well, now that comic is not only finished, but actually already printed and published. It's a three-page short story in an anthology about Munich comedian and avant-garde artist Karl Valentin that was published by Volk Verlag, the same publisher that also published Wiesn-G'schichtn, the Oktoberfest anthology I was a part of two years ago. Like with Wiesn-G'schichtn, I again worked from a script by my buddy Oskar Rauch.

Here's chriseff's cover of the new book:



And a glimpse of my pages inside the book:



More info on the book can be found at the Comicaze website. Comicaze is the Munich comics organization that initiated this project.

Next thursday, there's going to be a launch party at the Karl Valentin museum in Munich, where we'll present the new book and exhibit a bunch of our original drawings, including two of mine. For more info on the party and the exhibition, check out the official Facebook event.

You can also order the comic at Amazon.de

2 comments:

Mohamed Mughal said...

Congrats on the publication!

unbemerkt said...

coole sache, adrian!