Vanessa Morgan is known in the United States as “the female version of Stephen King”. Her latest novel Drowned Sorrow has been inspired by known horror movies such as Dark Water, The Wicker Man, Dagon, and Dead and Buried. Megan Blackwood has just lost her son in a terrible accident. Now she has come to… Continue reading 2nd Comics Land
More dynamic than ever, Eric “THE SKULL” COUNE participates to all comic-strip events in the Brussels Capital Region and Wallonia. The Skull is specialized in new and second-hand comic strips, foreign imports, silk screen prints, posters, pictures, movie books… It’s a certainty that Eric must have been conceived between two piles of comic strips, organizing… Continue reading 3rd Comics Land
The eldest European comics’ library, The Skull, is back this year at the BIFFF ! Mangas, imports, comics, silk-screen printings, movie books, everything you’ve ever looked for will be within reach… The Skull will also bring some friends for public meetings with the audience. Among them.
The eldest European comics’ library, THE SKULL, is back this year at the BIFFF ! Mangas, imports, comics, silk-screen printings, movie books, everything you’veever looked for will be within reach… THE SKULL will also bring some friends for public meetings with the audience. Among them: Henri Vernes ( C.H. Dewisme ) Henri Vernes, born in… Continue reading 5th Comics Land
After the success of the first edition ( more than 35 scripts from 5 different countries ) with as laureate the script LES TETES ROUGES by David Leclercq, the BIFFF organizes a new edition with a surprise for the winner. Open for everybody and responding to the following criteria : • it has to be… Continue reading Contest for BIFFF Best Screenplay
Like every year, the BIFFF, in collaboration, with comic-bookshop The Skull, organizes an activity devoted to genre comics: science-fiction, fantasy, thriller, fairy tales, manga…On Friday 10, Saturday 11 and Sunday 12, comic-strip artists will be invited to spend an afternoon with fans of the festival.
As a freelance illustrator Alain Poncelet has been publishing collections of illustrations and graphic novels full of legendary and magical creatures for over ten years. He just loves putting the dark side of our human nature out in the open, painting its blackness, plunging into the nightmares, telling stories no-one is comfortable listening to, dipping… Continue reading 13th Comics Land
Benn started his career at the age of 19. He worked for Studio Peyo and Publishing House Lombard. In 1975 he published his best-known series Mic Mac Adam, with screenplays by Stephen Desberg. He also adapted the detective novel “Monsieur Cauchemar” by Pierre Siniac, drew “Elmer et moi” and collaborated on the “Woogee” series between… Continue reading 15th Comics Land