Posts Tagged ‘willem samuel’

Mengelmoes – Consistently Good

by Cristina Bogdanon 04/03/2015
A while back (over a year, to be exact) I got to read the first issue of Willem Samuel’s Mengelmoes; a comic that follows his life and (mis)adventures at various stages, in a realistic and familiar manner. We’ve all been there at least once, whether it was arguments with our family and friends or pining over […]


by Cristina Bogdanon 18/12/2013
I’ve already mentioned that Willem Samuel has brought to life his experiences growing up in South Africa, using his skill as an artist to put into images and words how the world was slowly changing around him. I was fortunate enough to receive an advance copy of the comic that will hit the shelves in […]

Soaring Penguin Press to Launch Mengelmoes

by Cristina Bogdanon 05/12/2013
Growing up is hard. There are many rules to learn, rules that once appropriated become an intrinsic part of us. But what happens when the entire playing field shifts and everything is different? How do you deal with learning new things when you barely got the hang of the old ones? Willem Samuel chose to […]