A completely new picture book Lučka na severu (Lucia in the north) by Mimi Malenšek, illustrated by Miki Muster many years ago, will be published shortly.Read More
Written by Andraž Gombač
As early as 1971, the legendary Miki Muster made young readers ecologically aware with the adventure Jump into the Future (Skok v prihodnost), where he sent his comic-book character. Trickster, Hardie and Hungerly travel half a century into the future, into our era, the year 2020, in which people wear masks, even if not because of the virus.
It begins with a walk in the woods, an attempt to pick mushrooms, and the horror of realizing that many people would rather take trash into nature than take it to nurtured landfills...Read More
After years of searching, two Muster comics were found, which had been hiding for more than 58 years. The title of the first comic is Prvi april (April Fool’s Day), the second comic is untitled, but I named it the Nagradni natečaj (Prize Competition). Both comics consist of 7 or 8 frames.
Comics Opus of The Adventures of Trickster, Hardie and Hungerly has 48 titles now.Read More
Klub devete umetnosti (The Ninth Arts Club) has released a picture book about the miraculous journey of Trickster, Hardie and Hungerly entitled Through Time and Space. The text was written by Ciril Gale.
The book is in slovene language, A4 hardcover.
Strip.Art.nica Buch has published comic book Indijancek Viki (Little Indian Viki) of Miki Muster in color. The books are in slovene language, A4 hardcover.Read More
Strip.Art.nica Buch has published two comic books of Miki Muster in color. The books are in slovene language, A4 hardcover and have 132 pages.Read More
On August 1st 2019, weekly newspaper Nedeljske novice (Sunday news) published a major interview with Uroš Sajko, an ardent collector of everything that legendary comic artist Miki Muster has created, whether it be comics, picture books, illustrations, animated films, books, magazines, documentaries, or anything else. The interview is in Slovene language.Read More
We’re saddened by the recent death of popular and talented Argentine cartoonist Guillermo Mordillo at age 86 in Mallorca, Spain, where he owned a home. He is best remembered for his widely published cartoonists of the 1970s and his colorful, wordless depictions of love, sports and long-necked animals.
From 1976 to 1981, Mordillo’s cartoons were used by Slovenian artist Miki Muster to create “Mordillo”, a series of 400 shorts (300 min) that aired on TV stations in 30 countries. In 1980 he moved to Mallorca, Spain, and was named President of the International Association of Authors of Comics and Cartoons (CFIA).Read More