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Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter

Scotland's most famous poet in a fantasy based around his own verse

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Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens

Judge Dredd takes on the ultimate sci-fi antagonists in this crossover double-bill

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Uber: Volume 1

Superheroes change the ending of World War II in this history-twisting science-fiction-war-horror story

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Sing No Evil

Sing No Evil tells the story of rising avant-garde metal band facing up to personal and supernatural demons

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Elric – Volume 1: The Ruby Throne

If Game of Thrones has left you gagging for more grown-up fantasy, Elric's perfectly poised to fill the void

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Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens Uber: Volume 1 Sing No Evil Elric – Volume 1: The Ruby Throne
Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens Uber: Volume 1 Sing No Evil Elric – Volume 1: The Ruby Throne

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Snowpiercer 2: The Explorers Snowpiercer 2: The Explorers»

Life on a post-apocalyptic runaway train doesn’t get any better, even if you’re allowed out to explore

Kick-Ass 3 Kick-Ass 3»

Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. bring Kick-Ass to a close with a crescendo of ultra-violence

Saga: Volume 1 Saga: Volume 1»

The first volume of Brian K. Vaughan’s epic story of a child born into a world of war and chaos

Batman: The Long Halloween Batman: The Long Halloween»

We look back to a classic Batman story from the 90’s: Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale’s The Long Halloween

Walled Trilogy, The – Book 2: Nocturne Walled Trilogy, The – Book 2: Nocturne»

The second of a planned trilogy of books set in Hong Kong’s walled city of Kowloon is a bleak but beautiful story of innocence lost

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Seconds Seconds»

Comics superstar Bryan Lee O’Malley’s new book takes his hip twenty-somethings on a Groundhog Day-like journey through time and regret

Sugar Skull Sugar Skull»

The final part of Charles Burns’ trilogy ties off all its loose ends, leaving this reviewer little short of gob-smacked

Snowpiercer 1: The Escape Snowpiercer 1: The Escape»

The French graphic novel that inspired the film, Snowpiercer is a post-apocalyptic train ride from Hell

Great War, The Great War, The»

Joe Sacco’s illustrated panorama The Great War has more in common with the Bayeux Tapestry than your average comic

RASL RASL»

Jeff Smith extrapolates the work of Nikola Tesla in this hi-octane inter-dimensional sci-fi thriller