Dutch comic convention in Houten

H.W.Fluks@telecom.tno.nl H.W.Fluks at telecom.tno.nl
Tue Oct 25 16:05:31 CEST 2005

A short report from the Dutch Stripdagen (comic convention) in Houten,
last Saturday.

Some photographs are here:

The Dutch editor had a small stand. Smaller than a few years ago, but
better than nothing.
Several artists were doing drawings, while other writers and artists
just walked around.
Surprisingly, most current Disney writers and artists were present.

Daan Jippes told us that he is still drawing Barks' Junior Woodchuck
scripts. He is also going to do the scripts that are only available in
final form (artwork by Strobl or Wright). He'll have to try to uncover
Barks' original intentions from these drawings.
Jippes is also doing a comic called Havank, to be published later this
year in the newspaper Algemeen Dagblad.

Mau Heymans is going to do more longer stories. Ten-pagers and such, if
possible in cooperation with Kirsten de Graaf. (That's exactly the way I
like it! 8-)

Sander Gulien is doing the back cover gags for 2006: Uncle Scrooge. On
scripts of Jan Kruse.

"Wie ben ik? Wat doe ik hier? Waar is mijn Roddelflop?"

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