ARKAS COMICS – Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Arkas comics. Arkas, a Greek comics artist, in his comics replies to philosophical life questions with humour combining Greek sayings and nursery ryhmes. Arkas Comics. 22 likes. Book. Arkas Comics. Privacy · Terms. About. Arkas Comics. Book. 22 people like this topic. Want to like this Page? Sign up for.
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One reason Arkas is so popular is, the author stays away from being overtly political. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. A mystery has been created around his comocs and his real name still remains unknown, although the Greek newspaper Kathimerini has also mentioned it as Antonis Evdemon.
However, I have a list of countries instead, and with Greenland not having something to offer me, perhaps due to a language barrier in searching, Greece, such an easy language for we Americans, became my choice. I find that amazing and give a credit deal of credit to the minds who came up with the idea and the people who supported the effort and made it such a success.
Just a touch of sarcasm there. Normally in the series I have been saving the tip of the iceberg for last, but not today. Follow Blog via Email Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Arkas is popular because the work can be in any country or society and be relevant. Most of the times we will only see two main characters: Post was not sent – check your email addresses! You are commenting using your Facebook account. Arkas has been translated into other languages and has become known outside Greece.
Alecos Papadatos 6 is a writer and illustrator with training in animation at the University of Sorbonne I 7in Paris.
I am starting with the one that I have found the most awe about across the internet.
Arkas Arkas 1 is a mystery. In a way I believe signs would point to it. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Email Address never made public.
Byron Aptosoglou Byron Aptosoglou 3 a comic book artist who in created a comic book, or album as they are known in Europe, titled Little Hero 4. Skip to content Home Greece from Arkas to Papadatos. One is the rational, sceptical and questioning figure, while the other is a rude, comicss or just empty-headed character who has most of the funny punchlines.
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Arkas in Greek means Arcadian or someone from the province of Arcadia. She was the colorist on the Logicomix. Views Read Edit View history. Join 18, other followers. Oddly you also have the story of how the creators of the book debate over the meaning of the story itself. The secrecy being part of my reasoning. A place becomes fixed in your mind to represent something.
I would not be surprised if Arkas is a woman. Arkkas To Aptosoglou 3 https: I imagine an agent or lawyer knows, the person handling the contracts for publishing for comivs. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Looking at a list of countries for comic book creators, Greece is not even included. Not a place I would have thought to go for comic book creators.
There is normally a moral to the stories written. Arkas seldom appears at conventions and generally avoids publicity and appearances on television shows or interviews, as he has been quoted to believe that the artist should be known through his work, not through personal promotion. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Arkas.
However, the CamelCase style in which his name is written suggests that Arkas may be only his initials. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. And there is reason for that awe. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Do you get I am in a sarcastic mood as I begin this article?
Alecos Papadatos Alecos Papadatos 6 is a writer and illustrator with training in animation at the University of Sorbonne I 7in Paris. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.