Pencils

Wolfgang Schwandt

After the graduate caricaturist and comic artist earned his living with his drawings, he initially worked in comic magazines such as Bildestreifen, Comic-Archiv, Basta (comic magazine), Piccolo International: Norrok, I & II and Outside, before joining in 1993 became self-employed and worked in advertising. Since then he has realized various comic projects. Wolfgang Schwandt was the first to produce a German superhero group called Star-Flight, which went into series production between 1988 and 1993. Before that, there were individual German superhero stories, mostly based on the American model, but Schwandt was the first to draw the four heroes from the planet Trigonia in a continuous series. In 1993 the series "Utopia-Comics # 3: Der Fremde" was published by HJB-Verlag based on a scenario by Hansjoachim Bernt. A year later, the four-color comic "Drobs" appeared. While “Der Fremde” was a classic SF adventure based on old Hollywood UFO films, “Drobs” dealt with dealing with and turning away from drugs. In 1995 Wolfgang Schwandt started with comic strips. The funny figure “Pitty” for the pharmacist newspaper made the start, followed by the little man “Tröpfli” for the German Red Cross, which went into production for four years. The series “Blume Özdemir” ran for a year longer, and from 2000 to 2005 it illuminated a German-Turkish friendship. At the same time, the four-part online comic “Dickkopp” was published, in which Dickkopp, as a comic character, adapted a weekly radio show named after him as a comic. From 2005 onwards, several short stories appeared in anthologies in the USA. The mini-series "Alpha Omega" was also released. From superhero comics to fantasy, the stories “Strangers in the Night”, “I've got you under my skin”, “3rd Degree” or “Arrowhead” were implemented in drawings. Because of a call for a charity comic on the occasion of hurricane "Katrina", he drew the story "Bajou Justice" by John Schlim, jr. The proceeds went to the "American Red Cross". In 2007, Wolfgang Schwandt also created the comic-style illustrated volume “Pauluskirche - A Journey Through Church, Time & Space”, or the Potts comic, which was based on the Schwandt Funny Comicstyle. In addition, Wolfgang Schwandt also writes novels such as "The Evolutionaries" / "Die Evolutionären" or "The Rapid Draftsman"/"DerSchnellzeichner". Wolfgang Schwandt and his family live in Germany. In addition to his studio work, he also drew portraits from photos. The draftsman's field of activity is also the quick drawing of visitors at trade fairs. earned his living with his drawings, he initially worked in comic magazines such as Bildestreifen, Comic-Archiv, Basta (comic magazine), Piccolo International: Norrok, I & II and Outside, before joining in 1993 became self-employed and worked in advertising. Since then he has realized various comic projects. Wolfgang Schwandt was the first to produce a German superhero group called Star-Flight, which went into series production between 1988 and 1993. Before that, there were individual German superhero stories, mostly based on the American model, but Schwandt was the first to draw the four heroes from the planet Trigonia in a continuous series. In 1993 the series "Utopia-Comics # 3: Der Fremde" was published by HJB-Verlag based on a scenario by Hansjoachim Bernt. A year later, the four-color comic "Drobs" appeared. While “Der Fremde” was a classic SF adventure based on old Hollywood UFO films, “Drobs” dealt with dealing with and turning away from drugs. In 1995 Wolfgang Schwandt started with comic strips. The funny figure “Pitty” for the pharmacist newspaper made the start, followed by the little man “Tröpfli” for the German Red Cross, which went into production for four years. The series “Blume Özdemir” ran for a year longer, and from 2000 to 2005 it illuminated a German-Turkish friendship. At the same time, the four-part online comic “Dickkopp” was published, in which Dickkopp, as a comic character, adapted a weekly radio show named after him as a comic. From 2005 onwards, several short stories appeared in anthologies in the USA. The mini-series "Alpha Omega" was also released. From superhero comics to fantasy, the stories “Strangers in the Night”, “I've got you under my skin”, “3rd Degree” or “Arrowhead” were implemented in drawings. Because of a call for a charity comic on the occasion of hurricane "Katrina", he drew the story "Bajou Justice" by John Schlim, jr. The proceeds went to the "American Red Cross". In 2007, Wolfgang Schwandt also created the comic-style illustrated volume “Pauluskirche - A Journey Through Church, Time & Space”, or the Potts comic, which was based on the Schwandt Funny Comicstyle. In addition, Wolfgang Schwandt also writes novels such as "The Evolutionaries" / "Die Evolutionären" or "The Rapid Draftsman"/"DerSchnellzeichner". Wolfgang Schwandt and his family live in Germany. In addition to his studio work, he also drew portraits from photos. The draftsman's field of activity is also the quick drawing of visitors at trade fairs.

Writer

Keith Rommel

Keith Rommel is a multi award winning author of 15 novels and has written 4 screenplays based off of his works. To date, two movies have been filmed and are in various stages of release.

Having struggled with a reading and learning comprehension disability and being a TBI (traumatic brain injury) survivor, Keith was turned to visual art as a young boy by a clever teacher.

His love for comics has been going strong since the late 1970's.

Sidestepping novels for a short time, Keith has decided along with Wolfgang to adapt and create one of his most popular titles, The Devil Tree, into a comic book.

He appreciates very much your willingness to give your attention to his works.

 

www.keithrommel.com 

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