Category Archives: Comics

Who Invented School, Anyway?

written by Shoham Smith & illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

In a few weeks, days, or even tomorrow, you will go for the first time to a place that will become an important part of your life for years – school. This book will tell you about who invented school, when and why. How did school look like in the past? Do all the schools around the world look the same?


Hardback / 255 x 195 / 80pp / Kinneret Publishing

Super Potato Series

written & illustrated by Artur Laperla

Dr. Evil has transformed Supermax, our hero with the best hairstyle ever, into a potato, and he is planning to do the same with anyone who doesn’t agree with him! What Dr. Evil doesn’t know is that even as a potato Supermax is not an ordinary tuber. He is Superpotato! RIGHTS SOLD: Spanish, Catalan, Basque, Gallego, French, English & Italian

Hardback / 190 x 260; 56pp / Mamut Comics

Pale Hannes

written & illustrated by Steffen Gumpert

When Joris learns that his biologist parents are planning to spend a few days on a desolate island, he is everything but enthusiastic. They want to research birds and plants and Joris has to join them. On board the ship that takes them to the small island, the Captain tells Joris that there is a ghost that has scared many tourists almost to death. Joris is thrilled and decides to track the ghost. A creepy-exciting graphic novel for small adventurers and ghost fans.

RIGHTS SOLD: Spanish (Latin America)

Paperback / 170 x 245 / 64 pages / Tulipan Verlag


written & illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

Roads 1From a very young age, Nili loved going on buses. Buses had something soothing about them, like the rocking of a cradle or a boat at sea. She used to make her way home on three different buses. She also did not have anything important to come home to. Nili lived in the house of her grandmother who had passed away. From a very young age, Arye loved going on buses. He came to Mandatory Palestine as a boy, in the late 1930’s and with the establishment of the State of Israel he received his own bus, and drove it along the roads of the young country. Continue reading

Max’s Time Travel Machine

written and illustrated by Dovi Keich

Max Travels in Time Cover

Our friend Max the Porcupine is back and he has decided to fulfill an old dream – travel through time. He builds a fun time machine and immediately goes to check how Prehistoric man looked, how the printing machine was invented and many more key moments in history. As always he writes down all his adventures in his diary, combining information and entertaining comics.

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In the End

written by Silvia Nanclares & illustrated Miguel Brieva

When she Al final coverforgets her house keys, our young heroin embarks on an amazing adventure through the power of her imagination. Filled with curiosity and courage she discovers an imaginary world and meets the most fantastic creatures. Both a simple and intense book, IN THE END stands half way between a picture book and a graphic novel.

RIGHTS SOLD: Simplified Chinese.

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Max’s Porcupedia

written & illustrated by Dovi Keich

Everything inFront coverterests Max the porcupine – Who built the pyramids? Is there a monster in the Loch Ness?  Where do poisonous frogs live? When Max receives a round-the-world plane ticket as a birthday present, he doesn’t waste a moment to start exploring the cultures he and his friends have always dreamt about.

RIGHTS SOLD: World German.

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An Izzy Year

written & illustrated by Dovi Keich

Izzy is the coolest dinosaur you will ever meet. When he is not running away from a T-Rex or trying to light a fire with a volcano, he plays football, has fun with friends, falls in love and, most of all, takes it easy. Even when he has a spelling test! Dovi Keich is a comics artist and designer. Izzy first appeared in the 1990’s in a weekly children’s magazine. Its ongoing success led to the publication of AN IZZY YEAR.

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