A monstrous adventure that explores surrealism through Salvador Dalí’s memories to understand how advant-gardes changed art forever.
A Difficult Case, the latest adventure of Agus & Monsters is a monstrous tribute to classic detective novels: from mystery to hard-boiled. Lidia, Agus and the monsters will look for inspiration in books and the most famous fictional detectives of all times.
Atlantis is out! The latest adventure of Agus & Monsters was launched at the Catalan Book Week and Madrid Book Fair. To celebrate the monstrous release of their brand new book, Copons & Fortuny signed books and did a meet and greet with their fans. But… What’s the book about? In this new adventure, Mr. Flat
Agus & Monsters are ready to play ROOM Summer is around the corner. Atlantis, the latest adventure of the series, is about to go on print. And Agus and his friends are more than ready for summer vacation. And you? Are you going to the beach, a cabin in the mountains, or camping? Whatever your
Sant Jordi is the most monstrous celebration of its kind in the world! In Catalonia, Sant Jordi becomes an especially bookish festivity. We celebrate the day of Sant Jordi (Saint George) with our own tradition. We exchange roses and books with our loved ones. As every myth needs a monstrous story, Copons & Fortuny dedicated
Behind the main storyline of the series we find an eternal theme: the battle of Good and Evil. Nobody knows why Dr. Brot is so incredibly evil nor why he hates the monsters so much. It was he who expulsed the monsters from their book. But Dr. Brot, together with his apprentice Nap, always
Yes, our life has changed. Christmas will be different this year. Agus and Lidia feel a little bit nervous and strange. Everyone else is feeling the same, because we are experiencing a dejà vu. Don’t we? But don’t worry. Here comes Mr. Flat to bring you monstrous books to enjoy this Christmas time at home: From
As you know, we usually send the physical monstrous calendars to bookshops and libraries at the beginning of December. But this year everything is different. Even Christmas! Since we are spending more time at home due to restrictions, quarantines and curfews… And some of us are teleworking, doing homework or attending online classes and courses,
Frankenstein revisited in The Creature. A monstrous tribute to Mary Shelley’s literary work by Copons & Fortuny. A story that comes up in the summer of 1816. “The Year without Summer”.
Since we launched Together at Home. Corona Days, many things have changed. It was two months ago. And still, helping to prevent the pandemic makes more sense than ever. As we slowly get back to “normal”, Corona virus is continuing its spread across the world and outbreaks keep rising. That’s why we really appreciate