Oskar Källner & Karl Johnsson

Bringing geek culture to the next generation

Children's books
Heirs to Empire 1 – The Eye of the Storm

Heirs to Empire 1 – The Eye in the Storm


Heirs to Empire 2 – The Iron Rose

Heirs to Empire 2 – The Iron Rose

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We grew up with video games, comics, science fiction books and anime films. We are passionate about this project –Heirs to Empire are the books that we would have absolutely loved as kids. Now as parents, with a considerable amount of works behind us, we still cherish that sense of wonder. We want to share that feeling, and this abounding universe that we have created, with readers everywhere.
/Oskar Källner and Karl Johnsson

Oskar Källner is an author with a fervent devotion to all things related to science fiction. That passion was kindled when he as a young boy discovered Jules Verne and read absolutely everything by him in the city public library. Later he continued with, Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, Arthur C. Clarke and C.J. Cherryh to mention some. Oskar has won several short story competitions and has a body of work consisting of novels, short stories and children’s books. He’s been published in several languages, recently in the American SF-magazine Future SF.

Karl Johnsson is a comic artist and illustrator. He has had a burning passion for genre media and art since he was a small child and has been drawing for as long as he can remember. In collaboration with author Sara B. Elfgren he has created the two-part epic fantasy comic Vei (released in the U.S. by Insight Comics 2019 & 2020), which has received praise and glowing reviews all over the world, and has been translated into several languages. He also illustrates books for children and young adults. He also works as a concept artist and a storyboard artist for film and tv.

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