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566 Frames

566 Frames

Dennis Wojda's enchanting history of his family from Russia via Sweden to Poland. featuring Jimi Hendrix, Abba and a baby with glasses!



The second Borderline Press release is a chillingly graphic collection of stories about the dead who walk... Featuring a host of creators – known and unknown – Zombre is 20 tales guaranteed to make your flesh crawl and keep your lights on at night (or maybe off, just in case the zombies see your lamp...)

City Of Crocodiles

City of Crocodiles

Coming in March: Knut Larsson's City of Crocodiles

Hunger House

The Hunger House

When Fredi and Elsa are forced to live with foster parents after the death of their mother, they encounter more than they bargain for, when, in direct defiance of their new guardians, they explore the old haunted house with shattering repercussions.

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Zombies Can't Swim

What would you do if there really was a zombie apocalypse? San Francisco-based writer/artist Kim Herbst's debut comic answers that question. Set in semi-rural Japan and armed with just samurai swords can the star-crossed lovers survive?

Seth And Ghost

If a very popular TV show and comic book had been produced by us this is what it would have been like.

Verity Fair

Who is Verity Bourneville? She's a bit-part actress and occasional drunken buffoon, with sticky-out ears, a heart of gold and too many miles on the clock, in search of a decent role and a good night's sleep.


Spoko - pronounced: Spoh-koh. Issue No:1 - Birds. The phoenix from the ashes - four tales in a square format, 48-page, comic. Jamie Lewis, Tomas Kucerovsky, Sylwia Restecka and more.

566 Frames

566 Frames

By Dennis Wodja Published: 10/22/2013 12:00:00 AM

The breakout Eastern European graphic novel "566 Frames" is about to become one of the most important English language comic debuts of 2013, as new publisher Borderline Press brings Dennis Wojda’s brilliant story to a wider audience.

In his seductively sharp graphic novel Dennis Wojda takes the reader for a ride through Imperial Russia to Nazi-occupied Warsaw, ending up in Stockholm in the Swinging Sixties. A bitingly clever and genuinely touching tale that includes witches, psychics and horse murderers.

Wojda has a gift for creating vivid characters; he goes straight to the heart of things in his graphic memoir, pitching his ancestors' stories in a variety of ways – funny, creepy, tragic, comedic and desperate. "566 Frames" is a comic-book with a real heart where reality and magic go hand in hand.

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533 Frames


566 Frames Launches Borderline Press in October

Published 9/4/2013 12:00:00 AM

The breakout Eastern European graphic novel of 2012 is about to become the most important English language graphic novel launch of 2013, as new publisher Borderline Press brings Dennis Wojda’s brilliant story to a wider audience! The story goes...

An Interview With Dennis Wojda

Published 11/19/2013 12:00:00 AM

We asked former Borderline Magazine reviews editor Andy Winter to have a chat with Dennis about 566 Frames, Poland and life in general - here's what we got... How did you first become involved with Borderline? I remember seeing you in the ...

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533 Frames

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