Meanwhile in Alternate History...
The Monsters of River Thames
The Monsters of River Thames is set to an alternate history, when viking leader Mycel Hæþen marched to London.
The story is published in FutureQuake Winter 2020, and it's written by Petri Hänninen, art Jaye Franklin and letters Bolt–01.
Special thanks to Jouko Ruokosenmäki!
Meanwhile in the Mad King's Court...
Macbeth: The Graphic Novel is an adaptation from Shakespeare's classic tragedy. It's written by Petri Hänninen and illustrated by Petri Hiltunen. And it looks fantastic!
Macbeth: The Graphic novel is originally published by Jalava Publishing in Finnish, but now it's also available in English published by Markosia.
The art is visually stunning in its portrayal of the time period and for setting the overall mood.
- Richard Vasseur, First Comics News
Meanwhile on the USA...
The Secret is a short horror story published in Aphotic Realm #7: GRUESOME magazine.
It is also published in Caliber Presents – Volume 5: Tales from the Next Dimension comic anthology.
The story is written by Petri Hänninen and it bases an idea of Marcello Bondi. Art by Gabriele Schiavoni.
Meanwhile in Space...
The Death of a Family is a short sci-fi/horror story published in Future Sci-Fi Tales #2 magazine.
The magazine is runned by Snowyworks, USA. The story is written by Petri Hänninen, art by Andrea Meneghin and letters by Marko Latva-Nikkola.
Meanwhile in Alternate Reality...
Wonderful Old Age is a short sci-fi story written by Petri Hänninen and illustrated by Jussi Kaakinen. The story is published in Aces Weekly vol 21. You can read a short review from ComiConverse.
Jussi is one of the busiest illustrators in Finland at the time. He's currently working with the upcoming graphic novel written by me.
Wonderful Old Age is a good example of what Aces Weekly can do that's different from what the reader may have seen; a short story that includes everything you need within the nine simple pages. A social commentary and entertaining tale that fits snuggly into a handful of panels.
- Darryll Robson, ComiConverse
Grim and brutal, this claustrophobic tale truly pulls no punches and is perhaps the best in the book.
- Jeremy Briggs, Downthetubes