Category Archives: Comics


Written and Illustrated by Cecilia Pisos & Gastón Caba

Porcupine Dad is planning a day out with his son Espinito. He will have some time to himself to read and fish whilst his son is having fun in nature. But shortly after reaching Happy Hill and setting camp, Porcupine Dad realises that nothing will be as he had planned. Espinito needs to be entertained and active at all times. And he gets bored quickly from each game that his dad suggests.

Hardback / 165 x 220 mm / 32 pages / Bang Ediciones



Written and Illustrated by Markus Färber and Christine Färber

After the sudden suicide of their father, two siblings begin a silent correspondence: she writes to him, he sends drawings back. Each filled page makes visible what words often lack. The dialogue opens a world full of enchanted memories, riddles and feelings that, as intimate as they may be, bring to light something universal: a catastrophe.

Paperback / 195 x 270 mm / 116 pages/ Rotopol Press



Written and Illustrated by Thomas Wellman

Nika, Lotte and Mangold have grown up, but they are still the same. When they are together, the world always becomes bigger than their small town. Mangold struggles with her chaotic parents, Lotte counts bugs, and everything revolves around Nika’s music.

Hardback / 165 x 195 mm / 84 pages / Rotopol Press




Written and Illustrated by Thomas Wellman

Nika is into metal, video games, and action. Lotte is super athletic, super accurate, and super smart. Mangold likes to drag around stuff, has the best taste in clothes, and makes the best cannonballs. The three friends live in Dackeltal, where nothing much ever happens. Luckily, they are never short of imagination when it comes to finding fun things to do.

Rights sold: French and English

Hardback / 165 x 195 mm / 84 pages / Rotopol Press


Written and Illustrated by Julia Klugge

Ready for a trip into the wilderness? Julia Kluge invites the readers to marvelous adventures in nature – from hiking at sunrise and picking delicious berries to camping under the stars. The dreamy and expressive illustrations make familiar flora and fauna seem excitingly new.

Rights sold: English

Paperback / 120 x 170 mm / 32 pages / Rotopol Press



Written and Illustrated by Rita Fürstenau

It is winter and in a nameless forest in the north, the paths of a cat and a hawk cross. This brief encounter will be fateful for both, as death, who roams silently through the cold night, joins them. IN WINTER is reminiscent of a classic animal fable, but this time the atmospheric tale focuses on the inner lives of the characters and their inevitable relationship.

Rights sold: English

Hardback / 145 x 195 mm / 32 pages / Rotopol Press


Written and Illustrated by Thomas Wellmann

Pimo and Rex are two happy friends who never miss out on any adventure. The worries of life as an artist are already forgotten when entering the next tavern, at last Rex has great news to announce. His fiancé Leopold finally has proposed and has given him a magical gift: an enchanted scroll able to teleport Rex home immediately in time of need. Not knowing how useful this gift will be, the two friends are celebrating the happy event.

Rights sold: French, English and Danish

Paperback / 205 x 175 mm / 156 pages / Rotopol Press

Miyayu: The Mischievous Cat

written & illustrated by Subi Bosa

A new South African comic book series by Subi Bosa, which centres around the cat Miyayu and his mischievous adventures. Miyayu: The Mischievous Cat (Vol #1, No #1) introduces Miyayu as the beloved central character of the series; a wild cat living in the big city. Miyayu has a big heart and huge ideas, but his plans never quite seem to turn out right… for him or anybody else. The comic series includes hilarious characters, such as Miyayu, Sebastian’s Cat, Tendo, Mami Wota, Miko, Chi-chi, and so many more!

Paperback / 32 pages / Imagnary House

Gino Bartali’s Secret

Written and illustrated by Kike Ibáñez

His heart was beating like never before, he was sweating more than usual although it was not due to physical effort. He was scared, he was scared that the soldiers would search the bike and discover his secret.  Fortunately, they just wanted his autograph and the cyclist was saved again. This is the story of Gino Bartali. A Tuscan who won his first Giro d’Italia in 1936 at the age of twenty-two. He had a promising future but Benito Mussolini used sport as propaganda in favor of the regime, that’s why he forced Bartali to compete in the Tour of 1938. The outbreak of WWII ended all sports competitions, but Gino kept on training and his mission was to cycle from Florence to Assisi where the safe-passage papers were printed.  From Assisi, hidden in his bicycle, Bartali carried the documents, stopped only to sign dedications. Thanks to thousands of kilometers over a bicycle, Gino managed to save lives, almost eight hundred and most of them children. He was a talent born in the right time.

Hardback / 200 x 260 / 40 pp / Bang Ediciones 

Claudio and Lucía Against The Agency Fake

Written by Max Vento and Illustrated Cristina Broquetas

Tom with his faithful dog, Hamlet, accompanies his father to New York for work. But Tom is far from imagining that his father has a surprise in store for him. There, he is introduced to his father’s girlfriend who also has a daughter Tom’s age, Lucia.

The two teenagers, despite their differences, become friends and embark on an incredible adventure.

Hardback / 190cm x 260cm / 88 pages / Mamut Comics