Sekventiellt (Sequentially) is a blog about the art of comics - from my perspective. I write reviews and news updates, do reportage from festivals and so on. As I live in Sweden, much of what I write about is based here and in our Nordic neighbours. I update regularly, so feel free to use RSS feedto keep track of what's happening.
One of the Swedish comic artists "most deserving wider recognition", as it is usually put in English, is, I think, Lena Furberg. She has since the middle of the 1970s made comics full-time for Min Häst (My Horse), a comic book geared towards people (mostly girls) who are interested in horses and riding. I do my best to make sure that the important and impressive work of Furberg is acknowledged. I was part of awarding Furberg the Unghunden award last year, and I'm definitely including her in the book Swedish Comics History. Still, Furberg is not all that often noticed outside of the group of readers of the comic book, and it is therefore delightful to read a brand new interview in Kristianstadsbladet. Go there and read!
I hang out a lot with comics artist and sometimes I give inspiration to a character in a story, or a portrait may end up in my trusted sketchbook. I will continually collect these portraits here. Click on the names below to see the images.