The Stockholm International Comics Festival is this weekend. I'll be there sharing a table with Mirelle Eriksson and Rolf Lejdegård. Actually, sharing a bunch of tables with Karl Landegren, Tom Waldton, Carl Krantz, Rickard Fornstedt, Efraim Ramsén and Elena Serrander too! Here's a list of what I'll be bringing to our table, at a reasonable price of course. I'm not sure what the price will be... but I'm sure it'll be something highly reasonable! Plus, the last comic in the list - Red Laser Day - is free and up for grabs!: Wayfar - Chapter 1: Serious Days
Sponsored by the Cultural Committee of Uppsala
In the middle of nowhere, surrounded by
a really big wall, rests Hometown. Here, the metal faced Teks rule
and constantly remind the people of their place in the world – in
town and without question. Their message is simple: Be efficient,
productive and avoid wasting time and mind on trivialities.
Under the two suns, in an
out-of-the-way part of town, two friends are content making art.
In the future, the old Uppsala continues its existance in the shadows of intimidating scyscrapers and garish advertisements. In the dark undergrowth of the city, where replicants come to disappear, where bad science is practiced, and where strange meetings occur, detectives in timeless trench coats roam the streets, perpetually pursuing far-fetched clues.
Also, be on the lookout for 2054, a comic anthology. I participated with the comic Red Laser Day, in Swedish this time, and made the cover art: