A handsome science fiction comic, fusing crisp, energetic artwork with an intruiging story
It Came! is a warm and constantly joyous parody of British cinema’s cult, sci-fi B-movies.
Exquisite Corpse is a romantic comedy that’s long on style and atmosphere but a little light on substance.
Alfonso Font’s sci-fi anthology is a mad mix of pulpy, post-apocalyptic tales that would be downright snug in any classic 1960s sci-fi comic strips or cult 1980s anime.
Wayne Shelton is back for another impossible mission in Jean Van Hamme’s bande desinee thriller
The first episode of a two-part vigilante thriller from the author of XIII
A tough but ultimately rewarding read anothologising Tim Lane’s stories of isolation, depression and loneliness
Sing No Evil tells the story of rising avant-garde metal band facing up to personal and supernatural demons
We look back to a classic Batman story from the 90’s: Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale’s The Long Halloween
Robert Hunter’s brief graphic novel is as far-reaching as it is enchanting, with a story that’s both beautifully simple and gorgeously drawn