Miklós Felvidéki started drawing comics at an early age. At the age of 17, he participated in the Fumetto festival competition in Luzern, where he won the third prize. His comic series 'Noname' has been published in Hungarian magazines including the bi-annually published 'Pinkhell' anthology. Together with some friends, he put out the limited edition low budget magazein Fa*zzine. He also published a 24 page one-shot comic titled 'A fiú akit Zsuzsinak hívtak' ('The Boy named Sue') which is an adaptation of the song by Shel Silverstein and Johnny Cash.
The Boy Named Sue
Artwork © 2014 Miklós Felvidéki
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