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The strip was renamed Nemi after its protagonist, a young goth woman.Myhre has also illustrated poems by Edgar Allan Poe and André Bjerke in the strip.After all of his hard work, James Bralant was drawn into the strip as a short running character called 'Forehead Boy'.Unfortunately, due to work commitments at Byte Control HQ, James Bralant had to depart the Fan Club and pass the website down to co-owner, Lewis.Nemi is a "tough girl" with an attitude, not afraid to speak her mind and more often than not in confrontational ways: blunt rejections of would-be one-night stands at the pub are not uncommon.At the same time, she can be very sensitive: a devoted animal activist, she is against killing anything, including spiders, of which she is very fond.The Norwegian comic book has introduced several upcoming Norwegian comic artists, and also run foreign comics including Lenore by Roman Dirge, Em by Maria Smedstad, Liberty Meadows by Frank Cho, Way Lay by Carol Lay, EC Comics horror classics, Sinfest by Tatsuya Ishida and Fables by Bill Willingham.An album series collecting the strips chronologically has been published in Norway, Sweden and Finland.
It made its first appearance in 1997 under the title Den svarte siden ("the Black Side" or "the Black Page").
In the UK and Ireland, the strip was, until 8 January 2016, printed daily in the Metro newspaper, after translation into English; background images, and magazines the characters are reading often remain clearly in Norwegian.
Originally Nemi was published in monthly extreme music magazine Terrorizer before it lost the UK rights due to the syndication deal with Metro.
Nemi has great difficulty keeping down a job due to her inability to sleep at a decent hour and wake up in the morning; her most steady form of employment is babysitting for her responsible and grown-up friends.
Not surprisingly, childlike Nemi gets along very well with children but her dark sense of humour and grim fairy tales often traumatize them (although, it is more common that the parents are traumatized when hearing what the children have been allowed to read).
Occasionally, she works in music stores at the counter but usually is fired pretty quickly after various altercations with customers over the corrupt morals of pop stars.