Beneath the fairly unassuming cover of In Waves, is a poignant and heart breaking tale of love and loss that is interspersed with a history of surfing.
Tag: Nobrow Press
Fabian Grolleau and Jérémie Royer’s follow up to Audubon: On The Wings of the World, continues the same beautiful and thought provoking look at the history of a prominent 18th century scientist, but this time it’s the slightly more well known Charles Darwin whose life and learning comes under the microscope in Darwin: An Unexpected […]
The new book from Dockwood’s Jon McNaught, Kingdom continues the kind of thoughtful and meticulous look at the English condition that made his previous work so compelling. This is subtle and beautiful story telling at it’s very best!
This follow up to last year’s the King of Birds, The Water Spirit: Gamayun Tales Book 2 sees Alexander Utkin continue to adapt Russian folk tales into the kind of sumptuous graphic novels you can only get from Nobrow Press.
Hamish Steele’s webcomic Deadendia gets a high class graphic novel treatment from the fine folk at Nobrow, but how does it compare to Pantheon?
For his follow up to the critically acclaimed How To Survive In The North, artist Luke Healy has teamed up with the excellent Avery Hill to produce a collection of three stories abot communication and miscommunication which bridge together to from one over arching graphic novel. We catch up with Luke to find out more […]
“There were hookers in Dalston when I first got there and now there’s hangers on.” Dilraj Mann on East London inspiration for Dalston Monsterzz
East London is filled with some pretty kooky character, but none as strange as the giant monsters and gaudy street gangs who populate the world of Dilraj Mann’s debut graphic novel Dalston Monsterzz. Another truly one of a kind book from the wonderful Nobrow Press we catch up with Dilraj to find out the secret […]
For this new book from Nobrow Press, writer Jamie Rhodes spent a year at Scotney Castle in Kent, researching the family history and soaking in the legacy of this unique building. But rather than turn it into a dry prose book that would languish on a gift shop shelf, he chose to tell the stories […]
Andrew W Rae’s technicolour coming of age tale Moonhead and the Music Machine – about a boy with a moon for a head who makes a magical musical instrument – is now available in paperback from Nobrow. But can this surreal book manage to make sweet music for it’s readers or will be hit a bum note?
We’ve looked at some pretty unusual subjects for comics this year, from tall ships to t-rex surgeons, but we never thought we’d find ourselves reviewing a book about a 19th century naturalist on a mission to illustrate every bird in America. But that’s exactly what Audubon, On the Wings of the World is all about and […]