Some new dedications in 20,000 Leagues under the Sea

In the past few week we’ve been invited to do our graphic novel concert programme of 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA here and there, and I’ve been doing dedications into the comic. Here are a few of them! If you want to get a similar dedication in your copy of

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A Victorian Row of Houses

Many readers of my books or people who know me and my work know that I am an absolute architecture nerd. I love architecture, and I am also very fascinated by the wealth of forms in architecture around 1900, the Historicism and Art Nouveau era. For some time now, the sword of Damocles has been hovering over a row of houses from this era in my old hometown – meaning that their demolition is planned. It is in a redevelopment area and the location where these buildings are located has become irrevocably bad over the years.I have decided to portray this line again before it finally disappears. Yes, I call

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WAR OF THE WORLDS: Martian War Machine

Last weekend I was in Basel to promote my new graphic novel adaptation of 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA at the Comixshop Basel booth (at the “Fantasy Basel” fair). Tomorrow is the first sale day of this ‘sequel’ to my WAR OF THE WORLDS adaption, and we already had copies

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20,000 Leagues under the Sea Graphic Novel concert in Cologne

March 04th, 4:00 pm, Volksbühne am Rudolfplatz, Aachener Straße 5, 50674 Cologne

We continue the spring event season with a new reading concert of my graphic novel 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA (Carlsen Comics)! On Saturday, March 4th, at 4 p.m., the musician Jörg Walter and I will be giving a musical reading as part of the lit.kid.COLOGNE in the wonderful Volksbühne am Rudolfplatz in Cologne!
At this event, we’ll take you on a fantastic underwater ‘world tour’ based on my adaption of Jules Vernes beloved classic: while the images from the graphic novel are playing before your eyes, I will read excerpts from the comic to live music improvisations by Jörg and we’ll let the adventures of Captain Nemo and his passengers come alive for you! Afterwards I give a small report about how I worked on the graphic novel and by that give you insight into the work of a comic book artist, and I am happy to sign copies of the book, if there is still time afterwards when coming down from the stage :).
So off to Cologne on the Rhine next week! Admission costs are € 6.50 in advanced ticket sales and € 8 at the box office.


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