Dick Matena returns as writer for Storm

Dick Matena returns to the series for which he wrote four episodes in the mid 70ties. His new story The Race of Opal starts in Eppo magazine and the album will be released in September 2013. After The...

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Exclusive sales exhibition

On May 17th, 18th and 19th an exclusive sales exhibition will be held at Don Lawrence Collection with original artwork by Don Lawrence, Romano Molenaar and Jorg de Vos. This exhibition is not freely o...

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Sales Exhibition Storm artwork

Nothing is more beautiful than the original. Therefore, the artwork of Storm is not only offered via the Internet and a digital salescatalog, but we also want to give everyone the opportunity to see t...

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In the swamps of Florida a UFO crashed somewhere in the late thirties. The spaceship resisted the impact en onboard men found the dead crew and a collection of books with inside the chronicles of the Trigan Empire. Scientists from all over the world tried to encrypt the books and after many years one of them found the way to translate the books. Thanks to this man the whole world gets to know the history of the rise and fall of the Trigan Empire. With this introduction in the magazine Ranger The Rise and Fall of the Trigan Empire was introduced to the readers of ‘the magazine for boys’. It was a prestigious project, for which the editor had hired two top talents. Michael Butterworth wrote the scenarios for this space-opera and Don Lawrence drew the artwork. A great combination, because thanks to their talents, the Trigan Empire became one of British most popular comic strips. This site is a tribute to this milestone in British comic-history and the wonderful art of Don Lawrence.