Rumen Petkov

Rumen Petkov was born in 1948 and is a Bulgarian animator and comic creator. His influence spawned a new generation of young Bulgarian comic book artists as Vladimir Nedialkov, Koko Sarkisian, Ivan Kirjakov and others. He was one of the main artists of the comics magazine ‘Rainbow’, which was the most popular comics for several

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Comix Culture

Storyborders is a collection of comics stories by contemporary Bulgarian artists. The collection is thematic based and titled: ‘Differences’.
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SHOGUN

SHOGUN is the first Manga magazine in Bulgaria. “SHOGUN is primarily a meeting point for Manga artists and lovers. In our magazine we offer a number of diverse and compelling comic stories, articles, competitions and news about upcoming events related to anime and the Manga culture.”
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Aniventure

Aniventure is the first Bulgarian anime and manga culture festival. The first edition was held in 2006 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Check out the website for updates and news about the next edition.
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Nakama

Nakama is a place where all friends of Japanese animation and comics can share their interests and participate in unforgettable events. Besides Anime and Manga you can find everything related to Japanese music, culture, tradition, art, and in particular: people who share your interests.
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Rainbow 2

This is a second site where you can scroll through the old issues of the Rainbow Magazine.
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Alex Maleev

Alex Maleev was born in 1971 in Sofia, Bulgaria. In 1990 he graduated at the High School of Arts and in 1994 he got his bachelor degree of the Academy of Fine Arts in printmaking. In 1994 he moved to New York where he successfully launched his career.  Here’s a little summary of his work:
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Comics Bistro

Comics Bistro launched a blog and forum site for Bulgarian comic artists, publishers, students and fans.
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Rainbow

Unfortunately the Bulgarian magazine Rainbow doesn’t exist anymore. But don’t worry! Comics Bistro designed an online database where you can scroll through the nostalgic magazines. Visit website

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Lambiek

Lambiek is Europe’s first and most famous antiquarian comic shop and a hallmark in the world of comics. Located in Amsterdam, Lambiek has a great selection of comics in many languages. The website of Lamiek is also a portal for foreign comic cultures.  Here you can find information about Bulgarian comics and their artists.
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