This new graphic novel from Molly Mendoza and Nobrow press falls into the same Studio Ghibli-esque folktale inspired world that we loved in their recent releases like Hicotea or Gamayun Tales. As a young boy is transported into a dream like other world, along with his strange new friend they must attempt to find their […]
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The team behind the Artemis Fowl graphic novels bring us Illegal, a poignant story about economic migrants trying to find a better life in Europe.
“The book is based on real moments, but none of the characters are real people” we talk to Scott Jason Smith about his debut graphic novel Marble Cake
We loved the quiet minutiae of Scott Jason Smith’s graphic novel Marble Cake and were keen to kind out more about the meaning behind this fascinating world.
Part of their Art Masters series, SelfMadeHero’s Basquiat graphic novel chronicles the chaotic life of one of the 20th century’s most interesting artists
We take a look at Hicotea (A Nightlights Story) the latest astoundingly beautiful book from Lorena Alvarez’s Nightlights series and Nobrow Press.
The third book in Alexander Utkin’s series of Slavic folktales, Tyna of The Lake: Gamayun Tales Book 3, feels more like a Studio Ghibli movie than a classic fairytale
Acclaimed cartoonist’s Box Brown’s latest Cannabis: An American History looks at the back story for the drug’s use in the US, as well as a round the world.
Terrible Means is the follow up to Ismyre, one of our favourite Avery Hill books of 2017 from B. Mure. While it is more of a prequel/parallel tale than a direct sequel it does a fantastic job of build more depth and layers into the curious and quirky mythology of this wonderfully weird watercolour world.
Wolf is our first time reading the work of the incredible Rachael Ball, who is best known for creating The Inflatable Woman. Despite the overtly lupin name, it is actually a nostalgic look back at a childhood summer from a non-specific time in the 1970s and mixes what feels like very personal reflection on grief […]
Katriona Chapman’s Katzine has been a fixture of the UK small press scene for the last few years, but for her debut graphic novel Follow Me In, she has expanded her short but sweet travelogues into something much more epic. It’s like the difference between a short mini break and a full on gap year!