12003195_10153668040309357_2346849602177140517_nChristina Cromnow makes comics and illustrations. Sees all of life in her own way and translate it with her colorful mind and perceptive senses.



mattiasSince escaping from the Pit some short aeons ago, this Swedish-hating antiracist, meat-eating vegan, male lesbian monstrosity has been drinking and smoking his way through the cybperpunk postapocalypse underground with a subtle fuck you and a ‘why not?’ until re-entering orbit from the 5th dimension of ”reality”, sometimes accompanied by an angry animal, to make sweet anarcho-comics and take up the fight against short and sensible sentences. Also active in the art and comics collective Wormgod, organizer of the AltCom comics festival in Malmö and one of the comics activists behind Tusen Serier.


presentationsbildKinga Dukaj is an autodidact artist and web designer dabbling in various mediums. By night, she’s a superhero,  by day she’s a part of this supposedly poetic comics collective a.k.a. CBK, and also Tusen Serier; working to integrate non-swedish comic artists into the Swedish comics scene.


oskarOskar analyses too much and thusly does more teaching about comics than doing actual comics himself. Some day he will eat lunch with David Lynch.



HenrikRogowskiBildHenrik Rogowski creates comics best described as absurd and surreal gothic tales. His stories defy both logic and reason, and become something more in return.



luddvig1Luddvig Melin is a small, anxious mammal which can never make up its mind about anything. It makes both autobiographical and fictional comics, usually with lots of emotion, humour, imagination and weird little twists. Melin is a social animal that depends highly on the interaction with its comics collective Ritualen, cuddling and consuming plant based food while watching cartoons.


Gonzalo de las Heras
Gonzalo de las Heras aka Mager Gonzales (Madrid 1994) is a graphic artist and designer based in Malmö (Sweden).
He portrays with sarcasm his close surroundings, turning the fucked-up things in life into catchy and playful stories. Meanwhile, he is part of the editorial crew of CBK and the zine collective KusKus.


Leon Stekla



The editorial crew has changed over the years. Here’s a list of the different eras:

C’est Bon (2001-2004)
Oskar Aspman (#1-11)
Mattias Elftorp (#1-11)
Jacob Kindstedt (#1-11)
Daniel Novakovic (#1-4)
Niklas Asker (#5&6-11)
Susanne Johansson (#11)

C’est Bon Anthology (2004-2005)
Niklas Asker (#1-5)
Oskar Aspman (#1-5)
Mattias Elftorp (#1-5)
Susanne Johansson (#1-5)
Jacob Kindstedt (#1-5)

C’est Bon Anthology VOL (2006-2015)
Niklas Asker (vol1-4)
Oskar Aspman (vol1-3, 16-29)
Maria Borgelöv (vol1-2)
Mattias Elftorp (vol1-7, 28-29)
Susanne Johansson (vol1-6)
Jamil Mani (vol2-19)
Cin Iwarsson (vol5-28)
Patrik Stigzelius (vol6-11)
Allan Haverholm (vol7-16, 19-27)
Johan Jergner-Ekervik (vol7-8)
Sofia Falkenhem (vol8-15)
Martin Flink (vol9-15)
Sarah Kläpp (vol12-22)
Elisabeth Nielsen (vol12-15)
Bo Ashi (vol14-22)
Kolbeinn Karlsson (vol20/21-24)
Christoffer Frostgård (vol22-28)
Henri Gylander (vol22-26)
My Murphy (vol24-28, 31)
Lina Ohlsson (vol24-26)
vain illalla (vol28)
Frøydis Sollid Simonsen (vol24-28)

CBA vol (2015-)
Oskar Aspman (vol30-)
Christina Cromnow (vol30-)
Kinga Dukaj (vol30-)
Mattias Elftorp (vol30-)
Luddvig Melin (vol30-)
Steve Nyberg (vol30-34)
Stefan Petrini (vol30-35)
Henrik Rogowski (vol30-)
Rakel Stammer (vol35)
Leon Stekla (vol35-)
Gonzalo Rodriguez (vol35-)

Original graphic design

Each issue/volume may be a bit different depending on who compiled it, but there is always a basic original design that informs what the magazine looks like.

Oskar Aspman (CB#1-11, CBA, CBAvol1-22)
Oskar Aspman & Allan Haverholm (CBAvol23, 25, 27, 29, 31)
? (CBAvol24, 26, 28)
Julia Scott (CBAvol33)
Kinga Dukaj (CBAvol30, 32, 34-)

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