Saksalainen sarjakuva

The 16th International Comic Salon in Erlangen; ©Internationaler Comic-Salon Erlangen_Erich Malter

Looking Back Ahead – the 16th International Comic Salon Erlangenen

Interest in graphic literature in Germany remains high: In 2014 over 25,000 visitors flocked to the International Comic Salon.Lue lisää ...
Henning Wagenbreth: “Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra“, concert poster, 2009, dkw. Art Museum Dieselkraftwerk Cottbus

“Helicopters under the fingernails”en

Posters, illustrations and comics by Henning Wagenbreth are to be seen at Art Museum Dieselkraftwerk in Cottbus.Lue lisää ...
Filip Kolek © Isabelle DanielFilip Kolek © Isabelle Daniel

Pionierarbeit eines Comic-Lektors

Was auf dem deutschen Comicmarkt landet, entscheidet eine Handvoll Leute. Filip Kolek ist einer von ihnen. Mehr ...
    (c) Enrique Flores

    Perspectives from the field: the global protest culture in reportage drawingsen

    There are more and more drawn images cropping up in the online media, on blogs or on artists' websites that depict the global protests of the past two years through artistic means.Lue lisää ...
    Anke Feuchtenberger; © Julia Steinigeweg

    “You can learn how to draw comics” – Interview with Anke Feuchtenbergeren

    Anke Feuchtenberger is a professor of drawing and media illustration. talked to her about comic-strip art at German universities.Lue lisää ...
    Merkels Rettungsschrim. Klaus Stuttmannt

    Political Cartoons in Germany – Faster, More Diverse and Inspired by Comics en

    In Germany the political cartoon genre is in transition – and some veteran artists are concerned about the industry’s future.Lue lisää ...
    Mangas at the Medien@age in Dresden | photo: © Verena Hütter

    Imports beat exports: the comic market in Germanyen

    Foreign works predominate in the German comic and manga scene. But native authors and artists are increasing in significance.Lue lisää ...
    © Johannes Kretschmar: Beetlebum

    Online Comics and Comic Blogsen

    Sometimes it’s a matter of life and death, sometimes just dependency on addictive substances like Facebook or Nutella. Some authors deal with childhood traumas, others their daily struggles as free-lance artists. Several dozen German-language comic artists let the public regularly take part in their lives or thoughts through internet diaries, known as comic blogs – and their number is growing.Lue lisää ...

    “Käännöksen täytyy olla alkuperäistä parempi!” – Sarjakuvakääntäjiä ja -käännöksiä

    Taidemuoto joka sulattaa yhteen kuvan ja tekstin, asettaa erityisvaatimuksia kääntäjälle. Missä muussa painotuotteessa vieraskielisen tekstin käytössä oleva tila olisi niin tarkasti määritelty? Tietty määrä ylpeyttä on ehdottomasti paikallaan.Lue lisää ...
    In the past comics were considered as substandard and even dangerous. Photo: Stephen Giordano © iStockphoto

    Learning German through comicsen

    When Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck rose to stardom in the 1950s, they were boycotted by teachers in Germany for their unpolished and base vernacular. Today comics are being used in foreign-language classes precisely for their distinctive linguistic qualities.Lue lisää ...
    © Edition Moderne & Marjane Satrapi

    Mikä on sarjakuvaromaani? – Katsaus saksalaiseen ja kansainväliseen sarjakuvatuotantoon

    Sarjakuvaromaanin käsite on ankkuroitunut saksalaisten sanomalehtien kulttuurisivuille. Suhrkamp on muiden suurten kustantamoiden lailla ilmoittanut laajentavansa tälle alueelle. Usein on kuitenkin epäselvää, miten käsitettä sarjakuvaromaani tulisi ylipäätään käyttää.Lue lisää ...

    Europe in a Balloon!

    50th anniversary of the Élysée Treaty: Comic competitions, recidencies and events


    Which trends are shaping the comic scenes of Indonesia and Germany? Exhibitions, festivals and workshops connect comic artists.

    Dossier: Comic Countries Germany and Belgium

    Goethe-Institut Belgien
    The German and Belgian comic scene

    Dossier: Comics in Germany – Comics in the Czech Republic

    In the wake of the 1989 political turning point the comic scenes in both Germany and the Czech Republic are tanking up with new self-confidence.

    Weblog: Osmose

    Comic exchange: three Brazilian comic artists travel to Germany, while three German artists explore Brazil.


    Comic-Autoren aus Europa und der arabischen Welt im Dialog

    Weblog: CityTales

    Comic artists from South-East Asia and Germany tell their “CityTales” – a new story every month.