Fack die Henne #1 (Juni 2002)
Stefan Dinter is a German illustrator and comic artist, who lives and works in Stuttgart. In 1982 he launched the comic fanzine Sex Terry together with his brothers Matthias and Jan. During his study in Communication Design at the Merz Academy in Stuttgart (1989-93), Dinter had an apprenticeship with the US publisher Fantagraphics. There, he served as art director for Eros Comix and the Amazing Heroes title, and as assistant editor on Monster Comics.
Graduated in 1993, Dinter has worked on several comic projects in Germany afterwards, most of the time in cooperation with his brothers. He has made the 'Sigurd' and 'Tarzan' parodies 'Bolf - Akim Asylum' and 'Knurf - Held der Grünen Hölle', as well as the successful series 'Die Kleinen Mutterficker', through Christian Heesch's Zwerchfell Verlag in Hamburg. For Dino Verlag, the Dinter brothers, accompanied by Kim Schmidt, made the TV adaptation 'Ein Heim für Aliens'.
Die Kleinen Mutterficker
With his brother Jan he launched the Mutterficker spin-off strip 'Hangin' Out' in the children's magazine YAM! in 2001. He has worked with Isabel Kreitz and Eckart Breitschuh on the comic series 'Mabuse', based on the novels by Norbert Jacques for Carlsen Verlag from 2000-02. Between 2004 and 2007 he made the weekly adventure comic 'Elli Scout' for the children's section Junge Szene of the Stuttgarter Zeitung with Holger Bommer, Christopher Tauber and Jan Dinter. Also with Bommer, he worked on the comic book 'Fack die Henne' for Gringo Comics. In 2008 he published the children's novel adaptation 'Katie Kat' at Egmont Ehapa, together with Naomi Fearn.