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The annual Danish comics industry award - Claus Deleuran - was given out this weekend in conjunction with Danish festival Copenhagen Comics. Hellbent writer Lars Kramhøft and colorist Laura Blicher were nominated for BEST DANISH WRITER and BEST COLORIST (Hellbent)...
Yan Gevuld of Belgium has been in the comics game for decades and his Grueson, a mix between the Adam's Family, Arsenic Lullabyes and Frankenstein, will be one to look out for in the future.
The industrious duo, known for Made Flesh and Hellbent, are part of the emerging crop of new Danish comics creators and will be setting the tone for the horror comics scene in Denmark for years to come.
Belgian artist Patrick Cornelis, whose penchant for visceral horror has propelled him to several successful Kickstarter campaigns, has joined Tegneseriecentralen. Cornelis has several books to his name already, and there is no doubt that he's one to watch.
Danish cartoonist and documentary maker Lars Jakobsen joins Tegneseriecentralen. Jakobsen is known in his native Denmark for his work Ganske Vist, which has a readership of 80.000 readers a week, as well as Mortensen's Escapades, which has been published all over...
Árni Beck Gunnarsson
Agent - Translator
My goal is simple – to promote what I think are good comics and to help creators, who have little or no time to promote their works internationally.
I am the Danish translator of the highly acclaimed Mouse Guard series by David Petersen, ApocalyptiGirl by Andrew Maclean, Icelandic translator of Mortensen’s Escapades by Lars Jakobsen and Weneetryhl by Paul Arne Kring as well as being the English language translator of Arminius: The Battle of Teutoburg and Weneetryhl.
If you are looking for representation in Denmark, or internationally, feel free to contact me and I will get back to you within 10-15 business days.