Interview in Luxembourgish.
Our Interview with Andy Genen at the Luxcon 2016. Enjoy.
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Interview done by Mia Schneiders
Camera: Molitor Sven & Angelo Morette
Shot on One Canon Legria HFM46 and one Samsung HMX-F90.
Editing: Sam van Maris
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After Genen Andy graduation in graphic arts at St. Luke Institute in Brussels, he started as a freelance illustrator and has worked for over many and various projects (creating illustrations of all kinds, advertisements, flyers, sketch-cards for Marvel Comics, some short stories, including one published in America in “Sasquatch” among Viper Comics, another in Germany “Outline” in TheNextArt, etc …).
After -ND – has designed a board in a volume of the Luxembourg series “De Superjhemp” in 2004, he produced with writer Lucien Czuga a comic trilogy called “From leschte Ritter”.
In 2009 born the collaboration between -ND – and John Rech, the singer of the Luxembourg band Dream Catcher, with whom he collaborated on “Sonic Comics,” a synthesis between comics and music albums. These publications also drift “Junior’s Adventures,” which will be published in several magazines and finally also collected mini-albums. In late 2011, the dynamic duo released the first toms of “Alex & Tun Gefaangen an der Diddelenger Geschicht,” a comic book about the history of the town of Dudelange.
Gene was launched in 2012 on the solo project”de Roude Puma”. In 2015 he did a Cross-over between “de Roude Puma” and the Luxembourigsh Superhero “De Superjhemp”.
Check out Andy Gene’s work here :
Back form the Free Comic Book Day and we have here the drawing that Andy Genen and Rene Clement did for us.
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