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Loverboys

Gilbert Hernandez exposes small town life in a rare graphic novel set outside his Love and Rockets universe

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Slaine: The Brutania Chronicles Book 1 – A Simple Killing

The latest installment of Pat Mills and 2000AD's Celtic fantasy classic

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Special Exits

Joyce Farmer observes the passing of her father and his wife as she cares for them in their twilight years

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Wayne Shelton 1 – The Mission

The first episode of a two-part vigilante thriller from the author of XIII

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Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 06

More classic-era Judge Dredd as Mega City One recovers from the Apocalypse War

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As the Japanese army invade Singapore on bicycles in 1942, a young boy sees an opportunity to learn to ride

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