Comic art by Dragan Bosnic

Dragan Bosnić was born in Pančevo. He graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts in 1986 with a specialization in monumental painting. He lives and works as an independent artist in Zemun. He published his first comic stories in YU Strip in 1980. He has since published in many other comic magazines from Former Yugoslavia, such as Student, Kekec, Mladost, Zmaj and Spunk. He has made several adaptations of science-fiction stories, most notably of the Robert Sheckley stories 'Posle četvrte smrti' and 'Nema povratka sa Elbe'. He is also known for the extensive comics biography of Serbian philologist and linguist Vuk Stefanović Karadžić ('Vuk za početnike'), which he made with Bora Djokovic in 1987. Bosnic has often worked in cooperation with writers like Bojan Đukić, Marko Fančović, Zeljko Pahek and Dragan Savić.

Vuk by Dragan Bosnic

Last updated: 2013-04-29

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