Stripburek

Stripburek is a special project of Stripburger. The site of Stripburek is an important portal for Eastern European Comics. Here you can find information about the Hungarian comic scene and their artists.
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Roham Magazine

The Roham Literary & Art Magazine published its first special issue in 2009. The aim was to promote local contemporary comic artists and literature by the visitors of the Sziget Festival. The special was bilingual written (Hungarian-English) and contained a ‘best of’ with contributions of the artists: Brazil, Attila Stark and Géza Szöllősi. The magazine was free.  Check the website for all the regular

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Gondocs Gregory

Göndöcs Gregory is a Hungarian artist who works/worked for several clients for example: Crete Magazine, MAD, Fed, Clean Dili, Dörmögő Demeter, Garfield Magazine, Snoopy Magazine, TBWA, DDB, Kele & Klusmann, Lauritzen, ZyXEL Hungary and Hotdog. His self-published comic book is called Tubby Booklets. And currently he also creates animations for the Animated Series of the TeveClub network.
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Haragos

Portfolio of the Hungarian artist Haragos.
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Ilan Katin

Ilan Katin is currently active in various art disciplines: illustration, live video performance and animation. He has worked in a wide variety of disciplines including programming, graphic design, illustration, comics, animation and broadcast design. His illustrations, logo’s and character designs have been featured in a variety of online and printed publications. In addition to his solo

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Q Strip

Portal and blog for Hungarian comic artists, readers and fans.
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Global MAD

Online database where you can find covers of the famous magazine MAD published in Europe. Including the Hungarian version KRETEN.
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Endre Lukacs

Endre (André) Lukács was born in Budapest, at the dawn of the twentieth century. He worked for a while as a commercial illustrator in Vienna before moving to Holland in the 1930s. In Amsterdam, he started out as an artist in an advertising agency. After this, he was employed by the Geïllustreerde Pers, who asked

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Imre Fekete

Imre Fekete was born in Budapest, Hungary, which is also where he lives at the moment. He graduated as a graphic artist and designer from the Hungarian University of Arts and Crafts.
He is both author and illustrator. He did several comic stories and articles for newspapers and magazines. As an author, he uses five different pseudonyms and, but occasionally,

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Roland Pilcz

Roland Pilcz was born in 1984. His family soon moved to Szeged. As child he was already impressed with the drama and adventures of Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Then it hit him, he wanted to tell such fantastic stories himself, and visually the comic book was the best genre to do it with. In early 2005, his first comic book was

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