Henning Kure is one of the founders of the modern Danish comic fandom in the early 1970s. In 1974, he was employed by the leading Danish publishing house for comics, Interpresse, where he was responsible for the selection of half of all foreign comics translated and published in Denmark until the end of the 1980s. He also promoted Danish comics by publishing the 'Valhalla' series (by Peter Madsen) in 1979. In 1989, Kure left Interprese to devote himself to creating his own comics. His graphic novel 'Stormy Moors' ('Storm over Heden') is still in the works. He does a lot of writing, not only for comics (he has written the recent episodes of 'Valhalla') but also for film, theater and science. His children's book 'Troll Story' is being made into a movie.
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