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Arkas (Greek:Αρκάς) is the pen name of a famous but reclusive Greek
comics artist. Arkas has seldom appeared at artists' conventions and generally avoids publicity and appearances on television shows or interviews. He is quoted as believing that the artist should be known through his work, not through personal promotion. His real name is also unknown, although it is quoted in some Greek forums that it might be a certain Antonis Evdemon (Αντώνης Ευδαίμων), a doctor, psychologist or psychiatrist or a guy called Kastritsis.
Arkas in Greek means Arcadian or someone from the province of
Arcadia. However, the CamelCasestyle in which his name is written suggests that Arkas may be only his initials. In 1997, Arkas was asked to design the logo of Thessalonikiwhen the city became the European City of Culturefor that year. Arkas has been translated into other languages and has become known outside Greece. Translations of his books can be found in English, French, German, Romanian, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Bulgarian, Polish and Serbian.
*Φάε το κερασάκι / Eat the Cherry
*O Κόκκορας / The Rooster
*Ο Ισοβίτης / The Lifer
*Ο Παντελής και το λιοντάρι / Pantelis and the Lion
*ΠειραματόΖΩΑ / ANIMALtesting
*Καστράτο / Castrato
*Χαμηλές Πτήσεις / Flying Starts
*Η Ζωή Μετά / Life Hereafter
*Ο καλός λύκος / The Good Wolf
*Ξυπνάς μέσα μου το ζώο / You bring out the animal in me
*Μετά την καταστροφή / After the destruction
*Εχθροί εξ' αίματος (Θεατρικό) / Blood Enemies (Theatrical Play)
* [http://www.arkas.gr/ Homepage of Arkas]
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