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Everyone is Tulip

Everyone is Tulip is a cautionary tale about a girl who dreams of being an actress, but finds the path to modern stardom to be brutal, dishonest and strewn with pitfalls

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Elecboy 1: Birth

The first chapter in a post-apocalyptic series that sees man battling androids, through the eyes of a tragic love-struck teen

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Harvest

Life in rural England is far too boring for university graduate Greta Harrow, but she finds more excitement than she bargains for in this spine-chilling self-published indie horror graphic novel

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Last of the Irin: Volume 2

The second volume of the Last of the Irin trilogy reveals more of the inter-generational family feud that rages between the story’s god-like Sirian visitors

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Primo Levi

The story of an Auschwitz survivor’s time in the infamous Nazi concentration camp, as told to a class of present-day school children

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Hypnotwist / Scarlet By Starlight

A B-movie double-bill from Gilbert Hernandez sees Fritz play the lead in two movie adaptations, as an alien cat woman and a confusing psychedelic heroine

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Knights of Heliopolis

UPDATE: Now a full review. Alejandro Jodorowsky and Jérémy team-up with Alexandre Dumas, using the rise of the French republic as a spring-board for a unique fantasy adventure