Henri Gylander framför sitt multimediakonstverk En helt ny människa, på Serieskolan.

Henri Gylander framför sitt multimediakonstverk En helt ny människa, på Serieskolan.

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Mats Jonsson föreläser på Serieskolan under det självbiografiska temat.

Mats Jonsson föreläser på Serieskolan under det självbiografiska temat.

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Probably one of the oldest comics murals still in existence in Angoulême.

Probably one of the oldest comics murals still in existence in Angoulême.

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Winners of the award for best album of the year, Philippe de Pierpont and Eric Lambé for Paysage apres la battallie, with the presenter and president of the jury, Posy Simmonds.

Winners of the award for best album of the year, Philippe de Pierpont and Eric Lambé for Paysage apres la battallie, with the presenter and president of the jury, Posy Simmonds.

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Action in the Swedish booth, with signings by Kim W. Andersson and Mattias Adolfsson.

Action in the Swedish booth, with signings by Kim W. Andersson and Mattias Adolfsson.

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The panel on Swedish epic comics, with Kim W. Andersson and Fabian Göransson is under way.

The panel on Swedish epic comics, with Kim W. Andersson and Fabian Göransson is under way.

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Major review of Kim W. Andersson’s graphic novel Alena in the French journal Zoo.

Major review of Kim W. Andersson's graphic novel Alena in the French journal Zoo.

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Day three at the Festival International de la Bande dessinée in Angoulême and the crowds have arrived en masse.

Day three at the Festival International de la Bande dessinée in Angoulême and the crowds have arrived en masse.

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The bust of Hergé being used for a greater purpose :)

The bust of Hergé being used for a greater purpose :)

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The great team that organized the Swedish booth in Angoulême 2017.

The great team that organized the Swedish booth in Angoulême 2017.

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And now, the Valerian exhibition. Great to see originals by Mézières, but the props from the film stole the show.

And now, the Valerian exhibition. Great to see originals by Mézières, but the props from the film stole the show.

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Dinner with the Swedish delegation in Angoulême 2017.

Dinner with the Swedish delegation in Angoulême 2017.

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The new French edition of Alena by Kim W. Andersson. Come and listen to him and Fabian Göranson talk about epic Swedish comics at the Conservatoire at 16.30 today if you are in Angoulême.

The new French edition of Alena by Kim W. Andersson. Come and listen to him and Fabian Göranson talk about epic Swedish comics at the Conservatoire at 16.30 today if you are in Angoulême.

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Moose sausages at the reception at the Swedish booth. Art by the inimitable Mattias Adolfsson.

Moose sausages at the reception at the Swedish booth. Art by the inimitable Mattias Adolfsson.

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Chaos at the Swedish booth!

Chaos at the Swedish booth!

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Visiting the big Herman exhibition. Nicely done, but a bit exhausting with so many originals.

Visiting the big Herman exhibition. Nicely done, but a bit exhausting with so many originals.

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Hilding Sandgren drawing live at the Swedish scene in Angoulême.

Hilding Sandgren drawing live at the Swedish scene in Angoulême.

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At the big Will Eisner exhibition. Really well done. Moody in a Spirit kind of way and shock full of beautiful originals.

At the big Will Eisner exhibition. Really well done. Moody in a Spirit kind of way and shock full of beautiful originals.

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The panel on the best Swedish comics, featuring publishers Johannes Klenell, Jens Andersson and Sofia Olsson, with yours truly as moderator and Maria Ridelberg-Lemonie as fearless translator into French.

The panel on the best Swedish comics, featuring publishers Johannes Klenell, Jens Andersson and Sofia Olsson, with yours truly as moderator and Maria Ridelberg-Lemonie as fearless translator into French.

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Artist Rui Tenreiro drawing live to music for a rapt audience, at the Swedish scene in Angoulême.

Artist Rui Tenreiro drawing live to music for a rapt audience, at the Swedish scene in Angoulême.

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The official breakfast with the Swedish and French publishers is under way.

The official breakfast with the Swedish and French publishers is under way.

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In Angoulême. Baoom!

In Angoulême. Baoom!

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Review: Skuggfärd

SkuggfärdSkuggfärd by Magnus Engström
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Magnus Engström made his debut in 2011 with the graphic novel Luftspår (Air Track), an experimental detective story with existential dimensions. Skuggfärd (Shadow Road) is a kind of sequel, in the sense that it once again contains a detective/thriller story used as a tool to discuss other issues, in this case, what happens after death.

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Review: Spirou – Den kompletta samlingen 1972-1975

Spirou – Den kompletta samlingen 1972-1975Spirou – Den kompletta samlingen 1972-1975 by Jean-Claude Fournier
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This is the tenth chronological collection of the classic Belgian adventure comic Spirou and Fantasio, and includes three albums from the early 1970s.

The creator of this epoch, Fournier, inherited the comic from André Franquin, whom most view as the master artist of the series. Fournier’s style is not quite as dynamic, but is clearly based in the same school and works surprisingly well for these comics. Not the least does the somewhat more rigid style fit these typical, somewhat didactic 1970s stories, in which Fournier tries to remedy the fact that the previous comics with Spirou and Fantasio took place in a traditional boys adventure world by introducing a strong female supporting character, a number of believable colored characters as well as a more modern view of life in the third world.

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Sometimes the parcels containing comics sent to me also has to be preserved and kept in the library

Ibland måste även paketen som seriena anländer i bevaras i mitt bibliotek./Sometimes the parcels containing comics sent to me also has to be preserved and kept in the library.

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New issue!

New issue/nytt nummer! #bild&bubbla

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Another great portrait, this time by Pelle Forshed, done between signings in the Swedish booth at SoBD. #sobd #comics #bd #paris #swedishcomics

Another great portrait, this time by Pelle Forshed, done between signings in the Swedish booth at SoBD.

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Review: Spirou – Den kompletta samlingen 1988-1991

Spirou – Den kompletta samlingen 1988-1991Spirou – Den kompletta samlingen 1988-1991 by Tome
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The classic Belgian album series Spirou and Fantasia was created in the 1930s and since then a number of different comics artists have shouldered the responsibility of creating this humorous adventure comic. After a number of years when the series was less artistically interesting, the creative duo of Tome (Philippe Tome) & Janry (Jean-Richard Geurts) took over the reins in the early 1980s and restored the comic to its former glory, and not at least made it more contemporary. This volume contains four of their best albums, in which the two adventurers and journalists travel around the globe.

The most interesting story is set in in Russia just after the Berlin Wall fell. A story that despite or perhaps because of the humorous tone and the caricatured style, really feels like a historical document about this now long lost era.

As for the art, Tome & Janry have here really hit their stride with their modern take of the classical Marcinelle style. This volume is complemented by a long preface that puts the comics in their historical contexts and also contains an abundance of photos, alternate covers, illustrations and other interesting material.

Entertaining, well-made comics, which despite the humorous adventure genre often contains serious themes.

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A great portrait by the ever charming Justin Hall, from when he was staying at our house and teaching at the Comic Art School.

A great portrait by the ever charming Justin Hall, from when he was staying at our house and teaching at the Comic Art School.

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More signings in the Swedish booth. Day three and the interest in Swedish comics is still high. #sobd #bd #swedishcomics #paris

More signings in the Swedish booth. Day three and the interest in Swedish comics is still high.

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Signing at the Swedish booth.

Signing at the Swedish booth.

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A Jaques Tati inspired cafe, where the owner played traditional Swedish singer songwriter tunes, and danced around in a bright red wig. Psychedelic. Paris delivers!

A Jaques Tati inspired cafe, where the owner played traditional Swedish singer songwriter tunes, and danced around in a bright red wig. Psychedelic. Paris delivers!

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SoBD, one of the nicest comics festivals I’ve ever visited.

SoBD, one of the nicest comics festivals I've ever visited.

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Media attention is focused on the Swedish comics booth.

Media attention is focused on the Swedish comics booth.

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And finally, the third panel, on Swedish female comics artist. Here you can tell that I’m starting to get tired, after having been on stage for three hours straight…

And finally, the third panel, on Swedish female comics artist. Here you can tell that I'm starting to get tired, after having been on stage for three hours straight...

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The second panel on Swedish contemporary comics, with Maria Ridelberg-Lemoine translating all our jumbled answers into beautiful French.

The second panel on Swedish contemporary comics, with Maria Ridelberg-Lemoine translating all our jumbled answers into beautiful French.

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The first panel on Swedish comics, with the fantastic Philippe Morin as moderator.

The first panel on Swedish comics, with the fantastic Philippe Morin as moderator.

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Part of the Swedish comics exhibition at SoBD.

Part of the Swedish comics exhibition at SoBD.

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Introducing Swedish comics to the Parisian audience.

Introducing Swedish comics to the Parisian audience.

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Trying to visit the legendary bookstore Un Regard Moderne, which has opened again after the tragic death of its owner.

Trying to visit the legendary bookstore Un Regard Moderne, which has opened again after the tragic death of its owner.

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Hilding Sandgren and Anneli Furmark signing in the Swedish booth at SoBD.

Hilding Sandgren and Anneli Furmark signing in the Swedish booth at SoBD.

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Second day with SoBD, at the very center of Paris.

Second day with SoBD, at the very center of Paris.

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Finally arrived at SoBD. The Swedish booth right up front!

Finally arrived at SoBD. The Swedish booth right up front!

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Knut Larsson improvises a sign for the Swedish booth at SoBD.

Knut Larsson improvises a sign for the Swedish booth at SoBD.

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The Eisner Award nominated comics artist Justin Hall, giving a lecture at the Comic Art School of Malmö.

The Eisner Award nominated comics artist Justin Hall, giving a lecture at the Comic Art School of Malmö.

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Review: Breve til Satan

Breve til SatanBreve til Satan by Tome
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The second volume of the Spirou writer and artist Tome’s crime comic Soda. This is an improvement compared to the first volume, both in terms of the script and the art. The story mostly comprises of a flashback, a so-called origin story, in which we get to know why the protagonist became a police officer but insists on pretending that he is a priest to his worried mother. This story has some pretty big logical holes in it but it is entertaining, not least thanks to all the depraved inhabitants of the dilapidated house the main character lived in when he arrived to New York. Had this series been published when I was a kid and devoured everything that was published in the French-Belgian album format, I probably would have loved it. Today, several decades later, this comic feels historically interesting as it colours my perception of Tome & Janry’s Spirou, but it is probably mostly my love for the Marcinelle style that has me reaching for the next volume.

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Review: The Walking Dead, Vol. 14: Ingen utväg

The Walking Dead, Vol. 14: Ingen utvägThe Walking Dead, Vol. 14: Ingen utväg bRobert Kirkman My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The fourteens volume, and still an adrenaline rush… You’d think that Kirkman would have milked this post apocalyptic zombie concept for all its worth by now, but he still manages to get me involved in the lives of the characters, and making me quite exhausted after finishing reading. And with that cliffhanger (SPOILER ALLERT) of having Rick’s son’s life hanging in the balance, you can bet I’m reaching for volume 15 as soon as I stop typing.

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Review: Den tavse engel

Den tavse engelDen tavse engel by Tome
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The first volume of the Spriou artist and writer Tome’s “other” album series, Soda. In France, there are so far thirteen albums since the debut in the late 1980s and the comic is on its third artist by now. Soda is based on the standard story about the not too clever but honest and energetic New York Police officer who solves cases by running, jumping and chasing around. Positive, non-stereotypical traits in this, the very first volume is the fact that the main character lives with his elderly mother and in order to to reassure her dresses up as a priest each time he goes home, and that one of the more important supporting characters is a strong and intelligent woman. Warnant’s drawings end up on the slightly more realistic side of the scale for Marcinelle-artist, but a Janry (the artist working with Tome on the Spriou series), he is not…

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Review: Arne Anka: Mentala selfies

Arne Anka: Mentala selfiesArne Anka: Mentala selfies by Charlie Christensen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Charlie Christensen is back with the twelfth collection of the cult comic Arne Anka. These volumes are nowadays only partly collections of the short comics that Christensen makes for a Swedish newspaper, which as always contain satirical comments about our time, presented as a dialogue between the main protagonist and his friends as they stumble from bar to bar. Most of the book, however, contains a longer stand-alone comic made especially for this book. This time Christensen addresses the terrorist attacks that has shook the world in the last few years, and in particular the attack against Charlie Hebdo, and how we react to these threats. This difficult question is discussed from a philosophical perspective and a large part of the comic is set in Europe in the 15th century, where the operations of the Inquisition are contrasted with what is happening now. An interesting contribution to the debate on freedom of expression, by a master of comic art. This should really be translated into other languages, as it deserves a larger audience.

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Review: Sockerärter

SockerärterSockerärter by Tinet Elmgren
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a little gem of a graphic novel. Set in Russia after a world war in the near future that seems to have wiped out most of humanity (here made up of anthropomorphic pigs…) and most of the technology. A small group of survivors have built themselves a true communist society and are trying to make do, while they are all slowly dying from radioactive poisoning. The protagonist is a former soldier who deserted and are now trying to make himself useful by biking around, helping out, solving disputes etc., while coughing worse and worse. It’s sad, beautiful and touching, and really far from many other, more chaotic, action filled post apocalyptic dystopias. I do hope we will see more stories from this world in the future.

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Review: Helt enkelt Samuel

Helt enkelt SamuelHelt enkelt Samuel by Tommi Musturi
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Finnish artist Tommi Musturi creates wordless, symbolic comics, often with four square panels per page and images brimming over with imaginative details and richness of color. Inspiration can be discerned from Hergé and Joost Swartes ligne claire, but also from Jim Woodring’s whimsical, hypnotic comics. The main character is a simple, stylized white figure which rarely shows any emotion despite being exposed to everything from traveling backwards from the tomb of the womb, to the artist’s hand literally, and forcefully intervening in the storyline. The short comics contained in this book are not clearly linked, and are divided with what appears to be individual, non-sequitur illustrations. Overall, the book’s content, however, creates a unified feeling that lingers after reading.

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Review: Lönnmördaren

Lönnmördaren ?Lönnmördaren by Raoul Cauvin
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Yet another volume in the album series Les Tuniques Bleues (The Blue Tunics), and as per usual, it´s a traditional, well-made comic in the classical French-Belgian album tradition. The plot is pretty thin – someone within their own ranks is trying to assassinate General Ulysses S. Grant, and as he becomes more and more paranoid, the rest of the camp is trying to figure out who might be behind it all. Cauvin delivers yet another OK script, but it’s Lambil’s artwork that lifts this album above the average. Not the best album in the series, but well worth reading.

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Review: Jag håller tiden

Jag håller tidenJag håller tiden by Åsa Grennvall
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Åsa Grennvall is back with a sequel to the critically acclaimed Deras ryggar luktade så gott (Their backs smelled so good). In a sense, this book starts right where the previous one ended and deals with how Grennvall starts her own family and how this leads to her finally dealing with the relationship with her dad and his (non-existent) role as a father. It is, as always with Grennvall’s comics, emotionally exhausting to read, and you just want to beat up her seemingly emotionally crippled father for what he has done and not done during Grennvall´s childhood. But the book also contains a great deal of warmth and optimism in the new-found family life, which makes reading the story bearable although it fittingly enough ends with a discussion between the character Åsa and Death … Grennvall is one of the sharpest, most personal comics artists we have in Sweden, and her last two graphic novels are among the best, most literary ever made in Sweden.

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Strike a pose! Kim W. Andersson at the grand opening of his exhibition at Rum för serier, Malmö.

Strike a pose! Kim W. Andersson at the grand opening of his exhibition at Rum för serier, Malmö.

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The great master Anneli Furmark lectures at the Comic Art School.

The great master Anneli Furmark lectures at the Comic Art School.

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On stage, talking about comics in the school, with teachers extraordinaire: Helga Boström and Melinda Galaczy.

On stage, talking about comics in the school, with teachers extraordinaire: Helga Boström and Melinda Galaczy.

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Årets första scenframträdande på Bokmässan: samtal med författarna till de ypperliga pedagogiska serieböckerna om Curly Bracket.

Årets första scenframträdande på Bokmässan: samtal med författarna till de ypperliga pedagogiska serieböckerna om Curly Bracket.

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After about twenty years of these beauties sittning on a shelf in the manga section of my library, I can now finally, actually read the comics. Big thanks to the indefatigable Frederik L. Schodt. #manga #ozamutezuka #frederiklschodt

After about twenty years of these beauties sittning on a shelf in the manga section of my library, I can now finally, actually read the comics. Big thanks to the indefatigable Frederik L. Schodt.

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Wohoo! New issue, with cover by Rutu Modan, two interviews with Joann Sfar, preview of new book by Åsa Grennvall and much more. #comics #rutumodan #joannsfar #proud

Wohoo! New issue, with cover by Rutu Modan, two interviews with Joann Sfar, preview of new book by Åsa Grennvall and much more.

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A few new books to read…

A few new books to read...

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Review of Trygga lilla Sverige

I’ve stayed away from blogging etc. for the summer, focusing on family and my thesis, so I completely missed out on the fact that my latest review was published in the Swedish daily newspaper Svenska Dagbladet.

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Indian graphic novels

Planning to update my knowledge on the bourgeoning Indian graphic novel market during the next year or so. Thanks to Sumit Kumar and Thomas Karlsson for getting me started with this little gem.

Planning to update my knowledge on the bourgeoning Indian graphic novel market during the next year or so. Thanks to Sumit Kumar and Thomas Karlsson for getting me started with this little gem.

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Review: Marsupilamis vrede

Marsupilamis vredeMarsupilamis vrede by Fabien Vehlmann
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The latest Spirou and Fantasio album is a trip down memory lane for us who have followed this series for a long time.

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Publishing Galore!