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The Art of Storytelling

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Island Of The Flies, a graphic novel by Guido Vrolix

A dystopian adventure story.

A group of schoolboys crash-landing on an uninhabited tropical island.
Mostly unknown to each other and with no adults present, they have to find their own way to survive…

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix
Free after "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

A 19th century murder mystery.

When starvationists, professional hungerers who serve as sideshow entertainment and circus attractions, start getting murdered in their cages, the police realize that a killer is on the loose.
Constable Weensy goes undercover as a starvationist himself in a desperate ploy to solve the case. But can the constable catch the killer before the hunger gets him first...?

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix
Free after "The Hunger Artist" by Franz Kafka


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

A cheap gangster story.

Boston, the 1920s. Prohibition is in full swing and so is the underworld. It is ruled by the Irish Mob Gangs from South-East Boston, better known as Southie.
Jack "Knife" Doyle controls most of the brothels, Farris McLaughlin most of City Hall and the cops.
Farris wants to takeover Jack's business, but that's easier said than done, because while Farris acts out of simple greed, Jack's interests lie elsewhere…

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix
Free after "Die Dreigroschenoper" by Bertolt Brecht


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

Monsters Lurking Everywhere!

After this summer holiday I will go to boarding school (for the first time), but until then I have the house to myself. That is, together with mom and dad and the maid.
The house is on the edge of the forest, a great place for all my adventures and full of knights who cannot be trusted.
And when it gets dark, a Horror appears under the trees and steals dreams …

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix
Based on the 1988 novella "Noman".
Drawn with ink on paper in 1995.


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

The Stink In Paradise.

After ten years in the Marine Corps, Jack Wall retires to his home planet of Murmur.

Murmur, a paradise-like planet, was not a backward planet, not even a poor one. It was just kind of out of the way. And of course there was no world, no matter how beautiful, that could call itself a paradise without the proverbial fly in the ointment. In the case of Murmur, a water planet with no land area to speak of, it was the stink in the water.

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix
Inspired by the works of Jack Vance

A series of 4 + Omnibus


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

Surviving Among Zombies!

Jonas returns home to his Brooklyn apartment after being fired from his job at the bank.
But that's the least of his worries, as he soon discovers when the zombie plague hits New York and spreads like wildfire. transforming friend and foe alike into drooling, bloodthirsty cannibals who wander the city's streets looking for fresh meat.
After a couple weeks, the streets of Brooklyn are as desolate as a ghost town. Or just about, for it isn't always just zombies roaming the streets…

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

The Middle Ages

England is overrun with war, famine, pestilence, and religious frenzy. Yet somehow Melot manages to survive them all.
He looks back on the battles he fought, his time as a bodyguard in the employ of master mark, and the boy Tristan he helped raise and train.

Be transported to a time when scores were settled with broadswords and the difference between a knight and a brigand was less than paper thin...

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

Chicago, 1949

When Mobster Joey Gallo, a.k.a. "Tough Joe”, finally gets out of jail, he doesn’t want to go back to his former life, although that turns out to be more difficult than expected, even after he did a six year stretch for his boss Clemente.

Everything seems to be determined to get him back to Chicago. Lack of money for instance, but most of all his former fiancé Lucy, the bosses daughter...

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

Ruben, an out of work 18-year-old, and Crazy Ivan, a 22-year-old worker, are friends. They would do absolutely anything for each other. But during a hot summer night, in a whirl of drugs, alcohol and girls it all goes wrong...

Based on real events, we follow the lives of these two men and of all the other members of the Van Bevers Square gang in the city of Ghent, Belgium.

Guido Vrolix (Art)
Arne Sierens (Story)


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

Five stories that portrays war in every facet through a selection of stories set in the thick of the action, from the victorian era to the present ...

South Africa, 1879
Flanders, 1917
The Pacific, 1943
The Ardennes, 1945
Vietnam, 1969

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix

A series of 5 + Omnibus


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

It's early August, hot, close to midnight. Pierre tries to remember the way to Dino's apartment. The door is open...

Though they come from completely different environments and never really became friends, Dino and Pierre develop a strange sort of solidarity. Their lives are reflected in each other. Each, in his own way, tries to find answers in a world full of slumlords, undocumented workers, crooked labor contractors, and human traffickers. A world populated by introverted youths suffering from Asperger's syndrome or hikikomori.

Guido Vrolix (Art & Concept)
Arne Sierens (Text)


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

The afternoon begins like any other for Maria, a young woman still in college. Then she gets a call...

After running from the past most of his life, a hitman gets could up with it in a total unexpected way.

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

Four vignettes about strong women, separated only by time, space and circumstances...

Mary Ormond, North Carolina, 1718
Mary Kelly, London, 1888
Mary Bump, Michigan, 1908
Mary Scarpa, New York, 2008

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix

A series of 4 + Omnibus


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

"Never thought you could get so tired of suicide. That you couldn't die from suicide. I'm… Well, what am I? Immortal? Just imagine!"

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

"It was a little strange, just being dropped in someone's apartment like that. Somehow the middle of the city felt very lonely, very strange. Must just be me, I thought."

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

"When I joined the Hairless Apes in their war against an invasion, I didn't know what to expect. Though they feared me at first, I would soon prove my worth on the battlefield and learn what it means to be a gorilla in a man's world."

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

A short guide through Hell. A graphic guide through the 14th-century epic poem Inferno by Dante, placed in a modern setting, the underground.

It is an allegory telling of the journey of Dante through Hell, guided by the Roman poet Virgil. Hell Station follows all the internal codes and references of the original story, every Canto is made up out of three drawings, three being the number were the inner structure of the Inferno is based upon.

Story and Art by Guido Vrolix


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

Every city has a dark side, with secluded byways and nooks and crannies where the light of day never shines. The Alley is a dark meditation on the seedy side of life, told in a series of monochrome pictures paired with poetry.

This imagery is the unmistakable work of artist Guido Vrolix, showcasing dark silhouettes that even in their grimness are lined with an uncanny luminescence. You are invited to take a stroll into the looming shadows of The Alley...

A poem written & illustrated by Guido Vrolix


Graphic novels by Guido Vrolix

The (mis)adventures of Julius The Rat. Funny watercolors without any naratif or text created to tell made-up stories.

Let your inner storytelling talents run free...!

A picture book by Guido Vrolix