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The Happy Undertaker presents ‘Friday’s Fables’ #4

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August 27, 2010

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The Happy Undertaker presents ‘Friday’s Fables’ #4

The Happy Undertaker presents Friday’s Fables is a weekly column based on The Happy Undertaker series of comics by artist Drazen Kozjan who has illustrated several children’s books including Diary of a Fairy Godmother and the Julia Gillian series. Strips will premiere every Friday at noon.

ABOUT THE HAPPY UNDERTAKER
The Happy Undertaker is a “surrealistic melting pot of anything that might pop into my head and onto the page and does not necessarily need to be explained,” says Kozjan. “I try to keep this sense of adventure, surprise and a good (if mysterious) story, with the best drawings I can muster in all my work from children’s book illustration to single image.”

For more information on The Happy Undertaker or its creator, Drazen Kozjan, be sure to check out the official Happy Undertaker Blog in addition to his his personal blog, Hypnotik Eye.

Artwork © Drazen Kozjan

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About Author

Drazen Kozjan

Drazen Kozjan, appreciates the finer things in life such as comics, rock ‘n’ roll, horror movies and phantasmagoric fiction from his home in Toronto where he resides with his wife Alison, Igor the cat and Lucky the bunny. He has illustrated several children's books including Diary of a Fairy Godmother for Hyperion, The Julia Gillian Series for Scholastic and Oh How Sylvester Can Pester! for Simon and Schuster coming out this spring. Doing The Happy Undertaker Mysteries make him happy, he hopes they make you happy too.

  • Karswell

    Every picture tells a story, don't it? I love how the title is incorporated into the water… fabulous coloring.

  • Strange Kid

    @Karswell: Haha, I said the same thing to Drazen when he sent it over. The lettering on the water is such an subtle, artistic touch!