When a young English boy is found washed up on the coast of Siam in the early 19th Century, a chain of mysterious events unravels. This magnificent, literary graphic novel explores the boy’s journey to find himself and bring a little justice to the world.
The true story of Omar Mohamed, who grew up in a refugee camp in Kenya, solely responsible for the health and welfare of his younger brother.
NEW: Now a full review! Small town life can be hard enough, but imagine if your town used its female population merely to breed children for profit. Such horror is all too real in Eduardo Cintron and Juan Doe’s Black Birch.
A brutally honest exploration of life as a pirate on the high seas, not from the point of view of a swashbuckling anti-hero, but that of a regular deckhand.
A story from the front line of World War I, which sees French soldiers revolting at their commanders’ desire to send them to their deaths.
Stephen Saleh and Tony Lee’s historical fantasy thriller explores a modern apocalyptic event, masterminded by Elizabethan experts in the occult
A colourful science fiction graphic novel, set on a strange alien world, that uses a vocabulary of just 16 words.
Originally published in the pages of Starlord but eventually consumed by the all-powerful 2000AD, Strontium Dog is another classic sci-fi strip from Judge Dredd creators John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra. This reprint of the early Stronty stories collects everything from the Starlord days.
Imagine a world that’s been changed by a massive global event. Not that difficult to do, in the spring of 2020, but at least we’ve still got ground to stand on. This isn’t the case in the sci-fi world of A Radical Shift of Gravity, which explores what might happen to a family if gravity disappeared.
Rosemary Valero-O’Connell’s latest graphic novel combines three deeply imaginative stories in a single volume