- Wick Comics – Ulrich WickHall A, Stand15
Erwin Sels, born in Antwerp in 1963, has a hereditary predisposition to drawing comics. His drawing career began at the age of 15, when he worked on "Silberpfeil" in his father Frank Sels' studio from 1978. After his father's death in 1986, however, it took a while before his own career took off. Between 1989 and 1991 he worked with the scenarist Jan Bucquoy on the three-part "Frenchy" and on the two single albums "Une Épopée Française" and "Les Villes Tentaculaires" in 1990. In 1991, he used the pseudonym ERSEL for the first time for "The Last of the Mohicans", based on James Fenimore Cooper. Finally, in 1994, he took over the drawings for "The Pioneers of the New World" with volume 7 from Jean-Francois Charles, on which he is still working today. One year later he creates "My People", a series of short stories that are published bundled as an album (German by WICK COMICS).