I recently sold a 6 page comic book about a viking to “Nynorsksenteret”, for use on their website. It can be read for free here. The comic will be printed in the anthology “Über-Viking” later this year, and like most physical objects, it will totally cost monies.
I figured I’d post the entire six page comic featuring Wayne Moon here, since Über-Zombie has been available for a while. Besides, it can be read elsewhere on the internet. And since we’re on a hyperlinking spree, here’s a sort-of favorable review and a sort-of not that favorable review of our comic book. Enjoy!
The secret project is not so secret anymore. I’m contributing to a new norwegian comic book anthology called Über-Zombie. The six page story reveals part of pirate detective Wayne Moon’s past as an adventurous pirate captain. It’s my first comic in color, and it was a real blast to make. Visit Überpress for info or order the comic book here.
Hello. I thought I would chime in with an update, since it has been so long. I’m am currently working on the sixth chapter of my comic “Nattskygge”, that would normally appear in the upcoming fourth issue of Fnugg. I am however putting Fnugg on hold, and focusing on collecting all the chapters of “Nattskygge” in a single comic book. I really want to actually print it and try to make myself more visible. The goal is to get it done in time for Oslo Comics Expo, and maybe sell it there. The comic book will have all six chapters, plus chapter zero, the new origin story, and plenty of new and old bonus material and artwork. I haven’t got too much work left, a few pages still need inking, and I am re-texting the entire thing to make reading it a bit easier, as well as changing a few bits. The only hurdle is getting the thing printed. We’ll see. In the meantime, I thought I would post a few previews. This is the cover for the print issue, the first two pages of chapter five and an illustration I want to make into a freebie sticker if I were to travel to OCX. The sticker features the redesigned costume for Nattskygge. A bit of a spoiler that one.
This logo was made for a student group in Lillehammer, Norway. They needed a facelift for their visual profile and I totally stepped up to the task. They wanted a serious, classical logo with a recognizable symbol, and that is what I tried to give them. You can visit their social networking site here and tell them how much you love their stylin’ logo.