Articles by Margreet de Heer

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New webcomic!

Exactly ten years ago on Easter Monday I started my first webcomic – it was black&white and I vowed not to spend more time on it than one hour a day, including scanning and putting it…

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Voting

Today, we vote in The Netherlands. These are my feelings at the moment: From my upcoming book World Domination: a Discovery in Comics.

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Remarkable Women: Jo Ader-Appels

It’s International Women’s Day, and here’s a comic I made a few years ago for an exhibition about Dutch artist Bas Jan Ader – I chose to highlight the story of his mother, Jo Ader-Appels,…

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100,000 views!

My animated timeline of the Middle Ages from my book Science: a Discovery in Comics has just hit 100,000 views on Youtube! I guess I should prepare for e-fame now! Fortunately, animators Jaltoid made this handy…

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Friday the Thirteenth

This comic about Friday the Thirteenth was made in 2007 for children’s magazine Jippo. I wrote the script, and Belgian colleague Floris De Smedt made the drawings – and added so much fun to it by…

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Groundhog Day

It’s Groundhog Day! We’re celebrating either six more weeks of winter or not; and I’m celebrating that my Groundhog Design for the Spoonflower contest came in sixth place, securing a place in the coveted Top…

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Happy New Year!

Here’s the New Year’s card Yiri and I made: Yes, it’s a direct tribute to this famous Calvin & Hobbes strip by Bill Watterson: What are we dancing about in the New Year? Well, for…

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