SOLRAD Comics: Presence, by Ibrahim Ineke













Ibrahim R. Ineke (1976) is a draughtsman and curator, based in The Hague, the Netherlands. His drawings and publications utilize and deconstruct the narrative strategies and visual structures of the comic book medium, simultaneously asserting the autonomy and interdependence of the images. Through the exploration of the tropes and grammar of horror fiction, they make explicit the historical connection between the medium of static visual narrative and the 19th century Penny Dreadfuls, stating the case for comic books as the quintessentially Gothic art form.

His works are published in The Netherlands by Sherpa publishers, Haarlem & he remains a dedicated self-publisher & zine-maker.

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