Robert Labs

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Robert Labs (born April 17, 1982 ) is a German comic artist .


In 1997 Labs drew a short comic for Eidos Interactive for the video game Tomb Raider II . In 2001 he published Dragic Master , his first manga- style comic, with Carlsen Verlag . His second major work was the monthly manga series Crewman 3, which appeared in the manga magazine Banzai in 2002 . In the same year he designed the logo for the Cologne “Manga Magie” competition. For the manga magazine BANZAI! Labs regularly drew the drawing course, Studio Mangaka and smaller short comics.

In 2003, the manga series was Crewman 3 published in two volumes in paperback and he recorded an episode of Hartmut comics of Haggi, entitled The Hartmut the Haggimon chasing Z . In 2004 the second and last volume of Dragic Master was published .

In 2005, Labs turned to the US comic style with The Black Beach - A Surfer's Tale , published by Carlsen. From 2006 to the present day he is responsible for the graphic design of the three mascots of the “yellow ace” ticket of the Dresden transport company. On the occasion of the Comet Awards in May 2007, he designed the stage show for the Tokio Hotel group .

In 2008, Labs published an illustration on the theme of timeless modernity in modern entertainment in A passion for fashion , a supplement to the Financial Times , and designed a new logo for the “Manga Magic” competition. In the same year he also switched to Tokyopop , where his new manga series Domicile has been published since December 2009 .


  • Dragic Master (2001-2004)
  • Banzai! - Studio Mangaka (2001-2003)
  • Crewman3 # 1 (2003-2004)
  • The Black Beach - A Surfer's Tale (2005)
  • Domicile (2009)

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