The story goes that Dennis Wojda, already an established comics creator in Poland, decided to do something ambitious; he decided to tell the story of his family -- a sort of graphic Who Do You Think You Are? He opted to do it on his webpage and planned it out to 366 panels or frames -- one for every day of a year and one extra. It was hugely successful and as its popularity grew so did interest from Polish publishers. The problem was the 366 frames of the story did not really fit into any publishers idea of a graphic novel -- not enough pages. So they asked him if he could expand it for a book version. Dennis had agonised for weeks before starting the project because he was going to either cut the vivid stories of his ancestors lives or just omit some of them altogether. The publisher asking for more frames meant he could cover everything he wanted to, the right way and with due respect and deference. 366 frames of story initially became 566 Kadrow and is now 566 Frames -- a comic book with a real heart.
Publisher: Borderline Press Limited