30 December 2017

London Comic Con 2017 Report!

Hey everyone! Let's do an entry in English, for all my (possible) International readers!

I love doing these kinds of convention reports, both for my self (to remember what was good and not so good about them) but also to let other con goers and artists that might be interested in knowing a bit more about them.

So, here's a long overdue report from this year's London Comic Con, back in 27th-29th of October:

I had been trying to get here before, but the tables at the Comic Village (the comic artist part of the convention) is really, really diffucult to snatch (like at most big conventions nowadays). They release them in the begining of August and one table with one entrace ticket costs £80 (very fair price for an event with over 100 000 visitors!).

The Comic Village, pre opening.
 I was a little scared to go alone, so I brought two comic creator friends called Sam and Nora, who call them selves Studio Dhuppi and make the LGBTQ comic Come Queer With Me. Check them out!
My boyfriend also tagged along and helped me out a whole lot, plus was a great travel companion.

Me and Sam at our table in the Comic Village.
My issue with not going before was that I did not have any new comics in English that I could sell. But since Mjau! was Kickstarted with Phoenix Dreams Publishing the month before, we could do a quick print run of 50 exclusive "pre release" books, that I could sell at the con!

My side of the table! I sold Nosebleed Studio's 10 Years Jubilee Anthology!
 The convention was huuuge. This is a photo of just one part of one of the spacious halls filled to the brink with nerdy stores, companies, studios and asian fast food restaurants.

And here's some photos from the Comic Village! There was soo many tables there. Rows and rows and rows with fantastic artists, creations and projects!

One thing I actually am a big fan of is the fact that Comic Village has a ban on selling fanart. So all the se tables was original artworks! Compared to any other con, where the Artist Alley usually overflows of often unlicensed fanart and many times stolen trademarked logos etc., this was such a breath of fresh air for the artist community. Instead of competing with fanart (which because of the original characters being Internaional franchizes with huge PR budgets, that some fanart seller is leaching upon) we where actually on equal playing field!

Don't get me wrong. I love fanart that are made to show the original creator you love their works, or made as part of a fanart competition held by the original artist. But selling it? No. Unless the original artist and copyright holder have given you their written permission to profit from something they have worked hard on to build up, then that fanart seller is a thief. That's my honest opinion. So the Comic Village rule of banning fanart is in my mind the most legal and fair way to organize such an event.

Let's "meet" some of the artists at the con!

Two artists that caught my eye was Tom Oliver and Claude TC because I really liked both their styles and themes; fantasy and comedy! Go check them out! Plus awesome fancy prints~

These three amazing artists travelled far, just like we did, for this con! They are Marvin, Mrion and BLOP from France! Just jaw-dropping art and interesting stories, from historical to fantasy to slice-of-life.

 Last but not least,I really liked Dan Scarlett's style, a bit of manga mixed with more animation-ish styles, if you know what I mean.

As always, these trips makes perfect "date-trips" for me and my bf too (because when you date a workaholic like me, you have to live with all date-trips being partly work!). So we crammed in some tourism too, and just like when we went to New York to visit Comic Con, we make sure we check out some dinosaur sceletons while traveling. National History Museum and Brittish Museum made the trip perfect!

All in all, London Comic Con was just as amazing as I expected. Not as big as New York Comic Con (but still HUGE) but in some ways I liked this trip more. Probably because I had a table this time, I love experiencing a con from sitting at an artist table selling. And it was great being at a con and actually being able to speak to the buyers that come up to your table (not like when I visited DoKomi in Germany, my German is terrible), and network a lot with other artists!

Sam, Nora and I also got to be interviewed by the UK culture website The Panoptic. Check out the interview, where we talked about why we decided to come to London Comic Con, about self-publishing and working with publishers.


Here's some tips for you who would like to sell at London Comic Con in October one day:
  1. Make sure to get a table in the Comic Village (this is the hardest part!). Keep your eyes at their Twitter account in the end of July/beginning of August. Remember to also book extra tickets when booking the table if you are more than one artist at the table.
  2. Book flight tickets and hotels waaaaay in advance, they are hard to catch the last weeks before the event. And get the Oyster Card for the subway as soon as you arrive in the city.
  3. If you travel far, by plane, you might want to ship your books/merch instead of carrying it in your bags. We asked the hotel and got to ship the books to them, they were so kind to take them in and we could pick them up when checking in.
So I highly recommend this con for anyone who wants to go sell at a comic convention in the UK!

Thanks for reading!

29 December 2017

Report from FumettoPolis

This report is long overdue, but here we go!

The 14-18th of September this year, I returned to Italy and my newfound and old manga friends there, as I was invited to the comic festival FumettoPolis in Novara. Big thanks to the amazing Daniele Rudoni, organizer of FumettoPolis and one of the heads behind IndieVersus, an online platform for artists an fans to meet.

He also invited a bunch of amazing manga artists from all over Europe:

Marika Herzog from Germany, the creator of CHASM and Demon Lord Camio.

Maaria Laurinen from Finland, the creator of Phantomland.

Fillis and Rafael from Mangatellers from Greece, the creators of RUN and Wi Fi Wars.

Maaria, Marika, me, Fillis and Rafael
Let's start the photo report!
Novara is a beautiful city situated close to Milan in the north of Italy.
The town is historic and the houses so inspiring and pretty!
All through town, you could see these advertisements for the festival.

The festival took place in the castle in the middle of the city!

Inside the castle, the comic market was held in this long hallway.
So cool to be standing in this historical building and selling
modern comic art, like a fantastic mix of old and new~

They also held a special area open for live painting!
So the artists, both invited and exhibitors, could sit down and show
the visitors how they work. This photo is of Maaria drawing one
of her main characters from Phantomland.

This is me while live painting. Wacom supported this event
with great hardware with all our favourite programs avaliable,
so we could paint just like at home!

Together with the other invited manga artists, I also participated
in this panel on stage, where we talked about the working conditions of
European manga artists, the view on manga in our countries and much more.
It was also livestreamed for the IndieVersus viesers, I think.

 Now let me introduce you to some of the exhibitors!

I met these lovely artists, Elena (Ofride) and  Giulia Adragna
back in October 2016 at Lucca Comics&Games. They are so kind and talented!

Even though a lot of the artists where clearly had inspirations from manga
and/or online comics, there where also other kinds of comics represented,
like this horror comic project The NOISE by Pietro Gandolfi.

Kyōdai Manga is a manga artist collective just like
Nosebleed Studio (my group here in Sweden)!
So cool to see others also forming these kinds of collectives
to help each other out, it is a great way to get things done and
keep up the work.

NuPress is another such collective, but with many more members and they also produce
a magazine/anthology called NuName regularly with their members works.

This jawdropping comic, La Calaca de Azucar, by Cristina Guidetti
and Eleonora Gatta is a fairly new work, which will be online and in print I think.

TataiLab is an awesome gang of artists and creators that make
impressive comic projects and print them in luxurious hardcovers.
I am always amazed by what new things they put out!

The festival also included an exhibition of the works of us invited International guests. Both high-quality prints of our manga pages, as well as a life size cut out stand of our characters.

To be able to take a photo next to your own character like this is almost surreal... It feels like something real International famous comic artists do... haha!

What was also super cool was the fact I got to hold this baby in my hands:

I am greateful to Kasaobake's chief editor and publisher Elena Toma who decided to take a chance on Sword Princess Amaltea and print it! First book is out and second soon to come~

The Kasaobake team, I feel blessed to be part of it now!
All in all, the festival was not as huge as i.e. Lucca Comics&Games, but even better; the focus was on the artists and the networking, and this seemed to be why so many artists attended. Not the stress and pressure of a huge event with high costs for the exhibitors, more of a friendly, cozy environment where new friendships can be made.

So I highly recommend this event to other artists who wants to go to an Italian comic event!

Thank you for reading!

13 December 2017


Let's do this in English, because this will be about the future International publishing deals of my mangas!

My latest entry was actually 3 months ago... WOW! This is probably one of the longest pauses I have done on this blog. You who follow me on Instagram have seen that this pause has not been because I did not do manga on the contrary! So this blog entry will be a summary of my past 3 months, and all the amazing things that have happened!

14th-18th of September: Attended FumettoPolis in Novara, Italy and released book 1 of Sword Princess Amaltea in Italian (I will do a separate report about this in some days).

28th of September to 1st of October: Attended the Gothenburg Book Fair, which by now have become one of my "must-vists" of the year, partly due to this year yet again getting the honorable assignment to interview an invited comic artist from Brazil, on behaf of the Brazilian Embassy. This year it was Mary Cagnin, and amazing artist with such a jawdropping skills in water coloring! Check out her tutorials!

1st-31st of October: I did the Inktober challange again, and gave away the artworks as always. Third year in a row, and I did not miss one day! You can find all of them on my instagram but here's one of my favourites:

5th of October: I finally annouced this; my manga Sword Princess Amaltea will be released in the US by Tokyopop!! AAAAAAAHH!! *faints*

26th-31st of October: Travelled to London, UK, and attended London Comic Con, to sell my mangas in the Comic Village section (I will do a separate report about this in some days).

3rd, 11th and 18th of November: Held signings sessions and play tests with the Sword Princess RPG book at three locations in Sweden; Kulturhuset in Stockholm and the nerdy bookstore SF-bokhandeln  in Malmö and Gothenburg. It went well and we had some fun moments with the fans.

19th of November: I could finally annouce another great news; both my mangas Sword Princess Amaltea and Mjau! will be published by PYRAMOND in Germany! AAAAAAHH!! *faints again*

During all this time, I also finished painting my mermaid water color manga and gave it to a company who scan them professionally. I got them back this week and will be doing the lettering (digitally) and prepare it for print before the deadline in the beginning of January. A lot of work!

I also held a whole bunch of manga workshops all over; in Malmö, Stockholm, Mariestad, Knivsta and Arlöv. It's a bit tiring with all the travelling (I probably wasted about 50 hours on just travelling to and from workshops during this Fall), but I forget that when I'm finally there, doing the workshop. I wish I could just teleport myself to and from the workshops, haha...

In November, I did a press release about the RPG book and ended up in several local news papers, like Lokaltidningen Lund, Lokaltidningen Malmö, Sydsvenskan, Hallå Lund and Fria Tidningen.

Also, I am part of the group of comic artist that will organize the annual comic fanzine festival Malmö Seriefest, and this will be our 4th year in a row! It will be held on the 3rd-4th of March 2018 and the tables (which we give out for free to artists) was filled up in less than one minute when we released them last week! WOW! I am so glad to feel that what I was part of initiating now have become something so desireable! We will have more than 150 comic artists represented, so don't miss it if you're able to get here!

This coming 2 months will be intense, tho. I have to:
  • Prepare the pages of Sword Princess Amaltea vol 1 for Tokyopop.
    DEADLINE: 18th of December
  • Prepare the pages of my mermaid manga Sjöjungfrun Minna for print
    DEADLINE: 8th of January
  • Do the book keeping for Nosebleed Studio!
    DEADLINE: 29th of December
  • Prepare the pages of Sword Princess Amaltea vol 1 for PYRAMOND.
    DEADLINE: Sometime in December
  • Prepare the originals and other perks for the backers of the Mjau! English Collection Kickstarter.
    DEADLINE: Early January at the latest!
  • Prepare the release of a HUGE SECRET PROJECT that will be my focus of 2018 and 2019!
    DEADLINE: Early January.
  • Draw a 30 page short story manga as part of the project Every Girl Is A Hero (more about that in a later blog entry) 
    DEADLINE: 31st of January or mid February at the latest!
 I... have a lot to do.
How will I survive, you might ask? Well, as always, I have my master level skill: Dicipline!! 

So, now I better get back to my work!

Last but not least, don't miss out on our December Sale at Nosebleed Studio! Or click on the image below to get there~


❄❄❄ Thanks a bunch for reading! ❄❄❄

14 September 2017

BIG NEWS! + FumettoPolis!

So yeah, I have been waaaay too busy to blog. Sorry about that. But here's a report of all the amazing things that have happened in my career these past weeks, including what will happen this week end!

Let's start with the big news:

My mangas are reaching out into the world! I've signed Sword Princess Amaltea with Kasaobake in Italy and Zanir in the Czech Republic, and am right now crowdfunding Mjau! with my American publisher Phoenix Dreams Publishing. AMAZING!!

To check off so many publishing deals this year is even making me feel motion sickness, haha. No, just kidding, I'm super happy! I have been working hard for these deals, and will work even harder to make then fruitfull. I'm planing trips to all these countries to promote my books. Signing the publishing deals is just the beginning...!

The first trip is already this week end! Thanks to my dear friend Daniele Rudoni who is a professional Italian comic artist, comics teacher and organizer of the event FumettoPolis in Novara, close to Milan. I am invited to FumettoPolis, together with four other amazing European manga creators:

Marika Herzog from Germany, the creator of CHASM and Demon Lord Camio.

Maaria Laurinen from Finland, the creator of Phantomland.

Fillis and Rafael from Mangatellers from Greece, the creators of RUN and Wi Fi Wars.

An amazing representation for European Manga, don't you agree? I am so glad to be part of this gang of talented manga creators, and as I know all of them personally I can ensure they are all great people too! It will be fun meeting them again in person this week end! ❤

Organized by Daniele and two manga publishers in Italy, Kasaobake and Mangasenpai, one work each by us guests is also being published in this beautiful collection, with cover art by Maaria and Marika:

It's really inconceivable to think that all these great mangas are made here, in Europe. I remember about 10-15 years ago, when people said "you're not making real manga, you are not as good as the Japanese artists". That's as far from reality right now as physically possible. The non-Japanese manga artists I know are so friggin talented and experienced right now, it's impossible to call them other than professional. And there's mostly the smaller and newer publishers that seem to be the only ones recognizing this...

Oh, and this:

☆☆☆ Volume 1 of Sword Princess Amaltea, in Italian!! ☆☆☆

I am so amazed!! Can't wait to hold it in my hands! I'll have to make a longer blogpost later about this Italian journey for Amaltea, because it startet way back in 2014, or even earlier, when I got published in Doraetos Manga. To reach this point, with the series being in print i one of the biggest comics nations in the world... it's incredible!

At the event, I will participate in the following:

Selling the Comic2Bite anthology and other works at the International Booth at FumettoPolis.

Singing Sword Princess Amaltea at Kasaobake's booth.

Saturday 11:30: Panel about Sword Princess Amaltea on stage, with me and my publisher Kasaobake.

Saturday 15:00: Live drawing on a Cintiq in the Performance Area.

Sunday 16:00: Panel about Comic2Bite with all  the invited guests.

If any of you readers are coming, please stop by and say hi, and get yourself a copy of my mangas!

21 July 2017

NärCon Sommar nästa vecka!!

Wiiii!! Årets största svenska mangakonvent, NärCon Sommar, går av stapeln nästa vecka!
Nosebleed Studio ska såklart dit, och vi har skapat ett Facebook-event för det, med alla våra happenings uppradade. De finns även med i NärCon-appen!

Länk till eventet på Facebook:

Vi kommer sälja bland annat våra tre senaste böcker:

 Och hålla följande happenings:

Release av boken Nosebleed Studio reser i den svenska historien 
Plats: Nosebleed Studios bord i NärCreative
Tid: Torsdag 27 juli kl.17.30-19.30

Sveriges främsta mangatecknarkollektiv Nosebleed Studio gästar NärCreative och släpper sin nya mangabok! Den innehåller tre berättelser på temat svensk historia och resande, om häxprocesserna på 1600-talet, utvandringen till Amerika på 1800-talet och de finska krigsbarnen på 1930-talet. Allt i högklassiga mangastilar av de bästa mangatecknarna i Sverige. Boken släpps på NärCon och studion håller releasetal och bjuder på läsk och godis på torsdagen 17.00-19.00. Alla som köper boken under detta event får dessutom 10% rabatt och såklart fina signeringar i böckerna.

Teckna Manga Workshop: Karaktärsdesign med Elise Rosberg
Plats: KY24, KEY-huset
Tid: Fredag 28 juli kl. 14.30-15.30 

Nosebleed Studio har gett ut en ny lär-dig-teckna-manga-bok med ett inkluderande perspektiv. I den får du lära dig skapa dina egna figurer, med varierade kroppsformer, etniciteter, funktionsvariationer, åldrar och könsidentiteter. Elise Rosberg från Nosebleed Studio lär ut steg för steg hur du skapar din egen unika mangakaraktär. Ta med egna pennor och papper.

Manus-workshop med Natalia Batista
Plats: KY24, KEY-huset
Tid: Lördag 29 juli kl. 14.30-15.30

Har du en bra idé till en serie eller en bok, men vet inte hur du ska få ner det hela på papper? Serietecknaren Natalia Batista, medlem i svenska mangakollektivet Nosebleed Studio, har arbetat med att göra serier och lära ut serieskapande i 10 år. Hon ger matnyttiga trix och tips under en praktisk workshop, där du får skapa ditt eget manus. Ta med egna pennor och papper, samt alla bra idéerna i ditt huvud!

Gratis Chibi-porträtt!
Plats: Nosebleed Studios bord i NärCreative
Tid: Fredag och lördag 16.00-17.00

Favorit i repris! Nosebleed Studio tecknar gratis chibi-mangaporträtt, ett väldigt populärt event så kom i god tid om du vill få en chans att bli avritad av riktiga proffs!

☼ Hoppas vi ses där! ☼

10 July 2017

Nosebleed Studio reser i den svenska historien!

Nu är den äntligen på väg! Nosebleed Studios nästa antologi, med svensk historia och resande som tema.
Omslaget är ett samarbete mellan Joakim Waller och mig:
Jag skissade, han tecknade och färglade, jag layoutade och gjorde loggan.
 Det är till denna bok som jag slitit med min senaste manga, Adjö Sverige, en 42 sidors berättelse om 15-åriga Selma Augusta Ankarberg som reste över Atlanten med sin syster Christina och hennes make Carl-Philip i mars 1881.

Allt det är sant. Selma existerade, hennes syster och deras familj också. Och de reste över Atlanten, på riktigt. Allt detta researchade jag så gott det kunde, jag lade säkert över 80 timmar på research om inte mer... 

Jag har också jobbat med dialekt, för jag vill att man känner att det hela utspelar sig i Östergötland på 1800-talet (utan att det skulle bli helt oläsligt). Det var inte det lättaste, men jag bad om lite hjälp i facebook-gruppen Nätverk för serieskapare (som jag f.ö. är grundare av, idag en av de främsta facebookgrupperna för svenska serieskapare, kan varmt rekommendera den för dig som vill få mer kontakt med andra serieskapare på facebook).

Detta är min första helt historiska serie, där jag gjorde grundliga efterforskningar och letade bilder som en galning. Det var frustrerande, stundvis plågsamt så, men också så spännande. Ju mer jag grävde desto djupare fick jag en bild av Selma. Av att hitta hennes historia fick jag en bild av en ung kvinna som fått lära sig att rå om sig själv. En tjej med skinn på näsan. Så tolkade jag i alla fall henne.

Att skapa historiska serier är något helt nytt för mig. Istället för att skapa något från inget handlar det snarare om att lägga bitarna på plats utifrån den fakta man funnit. Det är nästan lite som att gå baklänges. Även om det är ett annorlunda arbetssätt så tycker jag om utmaningen. Jag kan nästan lova att detta inte blir den sista historiska serien jag kommer göra!

Boken släpper vi även som e-bok på engelska, och till den ska jag finurla lite på den engelska översättningen... Den måste ju också utstråla viss historisk och lantlig karaktär. Jag ska få lite hjälp med detta av två amerikanska facebook-vänner. Detta är en sida innan jag ändrat engelskan. Den känns inte rätt, att Selmas far talar med så ren engelska, han är ju en enkel man.

Teckningsmässigt ville jag arbeta med mina favoritmaterial: stålstift och mangapapper. Den är tuschad med Tachikawa Maru-pen och Pilot-tusch på I-C Inc mangapapper i format B4.

 Under hela processen har jag lagt upp bilder på min instagram, samt även några små filmer när jag tuschar:

Boken släpper vi till NärCon Sommar i slutet av juli, men vi håller just nu en tävling där man kan vinna ett exemplar av boken!

Chibi av Magnolia Winroth, vår nyaste medlem!
Tävlingen går ut på att rita en bild eller skriva en text på temat "resande i svensk historia". Du får tolka temat precis hur du vill, från bokstavligt till mer abstrakt. Det måste vara på svenska och barnvänligt.

Ladda upp din bild eller text på instagram eller facebook med hashtagen #NosebleedStudioreser.
Det får vara max 1 bild per person, och max 1500 tecken för text-bidrag. Deadlinen är den 15 juli.

Vi kommer att utse 3 vinnare som vinner en varsin gratis bok. Vi kommer även göra reklam för vinnarna genom att posta deras bidrag på våra sociala medier.

Missa inte chansen att vinna ditt eget exemplar av vår bok! Just nu är det inte så många som laddat upp bilder och texter, så chanserna är mycket goda!

03 July 2017

Rapport från Nordsken

Hoppla, här har det varit tyst ett tag nu (ja, så inleder jag nästan varje blogginlägg, jag vet). Som vanligt har jag varit för upptagen med att skapa serier för att hinna med bloggen mer om det i nästa blogginlägg som kommer om en vecka (typ...).

Nu tänkte jag rapportera lite från Nordsken 2017 som jag besökte i slutet av maj. Jag blev inbjuden som en av de officiella gästerna, ett hedrande erbjudande jag inte kunde tacka nej till!

Jag passade först på att hålla en mangaworkshop på Skellefteå bibliotek, vilken praktiskt nog låg dörr i dörr med hotellet där jag bodde. Det var en välbesökt workshop med flitiga deltagare!

Behind the scenes på workshopen.
Såhär ser tavlan ut efter en av mina 2 h mangaworkshops.
Förutom att jag fick göra affischen (se förra blogginlägget) för årets Nordsken så fick jag även resan betald och höll diverse framträdanden (så som speldemo av Sword Princess) och signeringar. Bl.a. satt jag i panelsamtal med Johan Wanloo och Kim W Andersson (båda seriemästare med gedigna karriärer!) samt i samtal med Tomas Härenstam från Fria Ligan om att utveckla rollspel, modererad av Johan Kimrin från Apart förlag. Två bra samtal med mycket lärdomar för publiken såväl som för mig!

På mässan fanns massa kul att hitta på,
bland annat ett helt rum med flipperspel och arkadmaskiner!
Mässan var otroligt stor! Över 10 000 besökare och ett fantastiskt varierat mässgolv, såväl som flera våningar och rum med aktiviteter. Deras artist alley var visserligen ganska liten och tyvärr lite ouppmärksammad och undangömd kände jag, men det kan vara för att detta var första gången de var i dessa lokalerna så saker har nog inte riktigt kommit till sin rätta ännu.

De hade dessutom sin egen in-house tv-studio! Så ballt! Helt uppstyrt av gymnasieelever som studerar tv och film. Jag fick vara med i en av deras sändingar:

Kyaaah! En av mina hemliga idoler Alvaro Tapia hade utställning!!
Det var mycket som var superkul och coolt med Nordsken 2017, men det som ändå måste ha tagit hem priset för mig var att Alvaro Tapia, illustratören till de svenska Harry Potter-bokomslagen (f.ö. de snyggaste i hela välden!) och en av mina personliga husgudar, hade en utsällning och var på plats själv där! OCH JAG FICK TRÄFFA HONOM!!
Här är beviset:

Jag, Johan Linder (projektledare för Nordsken),
Ola Skogäng (lärare på Medelfors serietecknarutbildning) med bäbis
samt Alvaro Tapia.
Inte bara är Alvaro Tapia som f.ö. var svår att få en autograf av för han hade inga formella signeringstider utan man kunde oftast hitta honom signerandes lite var stans på mässan en mycket trevlig och rolig person att snacka med, utan dessutom är han från Lund precis som jag!! Vi stod och snackade om stadsdelarna och att växa upp i stan, så ballt!! Jag var en lycklig fangirl!

Efter en smockfull med produktiv vår kom sommaren med välförtjänad tid för nöjen. Ett par veckor efter Nordsken tog Serieskolans läsår slut, tårar föll och kramar utdelades. Dagen efter drog jag och sambon till Sweden Rock och lyssnade på metal! Så firar man att semestern har startat!

🌟 Tack för att du läste! 🌟
Nästa inlägg kommer handla om mina serier, jag lovar!!

18 May 2017

Jag kommer till Nordsken!

Nästa helg kommer jag till spelmässan Nordsken i Skellefteå, på Kraft Arena!
Jag har fått den stora äran att vara inbjuden gäst i år, och fick även lova att göra den officiella affisch- och annonsbilden för årets mässa. Såhär blev den:

Puuh! Det var ett ordentligt jobb, men jag blev rätt så nöjd till slut!
Första gången jag testade på att seriöst göra ett 5-punktsperspektiv.
Vet inte om jag lyckades helt men nöjd är jag!

Jag kommer såklart ha med mig den nya rollspelsboken Sword Princess, som utspelar sig i Amalteas matriarkaliska värld. Vill du testa på den så missa inte speldemot på fredagen, det är begränsat antal platser.

Här kan ni se mitt schema:

Natalia Batista på Nordsken

Och såhär snygg ser boken ut!

Jag kommer även hålla en workshop i mangateckning på Skellefteå bibliotek på fredag morgon, 10-12. Det är begränsat antal platser så se till att komma i god tid eller boka er plats i förväg om ni vill vara med!

Jag kommer även ha signeringar och sitta på scen med andra serieskapare och berätta om vad jag pysslar med just ny, om rollspelet och om Amaltea bland annat.

 Fredag 26 maj:

13:00 – 14:00
Signering (Nordskens signeringsbord)

15:20 – 15:50
Föreläsning på Nordskenkonferensen (OBS! Endast för konferensdeltagare)

16:30 – 18:00
Speldemo av Sword Princess (Rum Serieskolan, vån 2, nummer 10)

Lördag 27 maj:

11:00 – 27/5 12:00
Seriesnack tillsammans med Johan Wanloo och Kim W Andresson (Föreläsningsscenen, vån 2)

27/5 12:00 – 27/5 13:00
Signering (Nordskens signeringsbord)

27/5 15:00 – 27/5 16:00
Rollspelssnack tillsammans med Fria Ligan (Föreläsningsscenen, vån 2)

27/5 16:00 – 27/5 18:00
Signering (Nordskens signeringsbord)

Jag kommer ha med mina böcker till salu på signeringsbordet och under slutet av speldemot. 

☼ Hoppas vi ses på Nordsken! ☼