Coined by illustrator Weronika Lis, the adventures of her alter ego, Agent Fox, have become cult reading in the northern hemisphere following the publication of Agent Fox in Iceland, a comic book inspired by her two-years living in the country.
Appealing to the public to send in both stories and toys, the Nowa Huta Museum has already been flooded with donations for an exhibition that will explore the wonders of childhood.
Set in the fictional world of PanEuropa, the superheroes make their way across Poland and Europe to meet doctors and scientists as they combat the killer virus and fake news before finally tracking down “an insidious enemy who wants to use the situation to implement his evil plans.”
VIDEO: When Batman lands in the capital in a chapter of the 184-page book which sees the Dark Knight travel to 14 countries, he concludes that the low levels of crime are due to technology developed by a company called Warsaw Tech.
Featuring first editions alongside works from some of Poland’s most well-known illustrators, collector Wojceich Jama unveiled 180 pieces from his private collection at an exhibition in Kraków last week.
Wojtek Wawszczyk’s award-winning graphic novel, Mr. Lightbulb, has become the first Polish-language comic book to be snapped up by the legendary Fantagraphics Books publishing hose.
Available on the platform from 2021, the comics follow the adventures of two Slavic warriors, who loosely resemble Asterix and Obelix.
Covering an area of 360 square metres on the side of a ten-floor apartment building, the mural features historical figures associated with the battle, including statesman Józef Piłsudski.
After becoming first Pole to illustrate the Batman series of comics, followed by Superman and superhero action comic Green Lantern, Szymon Kudrański is now taking on the mutant world of the X-Men.
Few know that the inspiration behind the famous spinach muncher and pipe-tooting sailor was actually a man born to Polish parents.