A tragic love story set in a dystopian future, where some people – but not everyone – can live forever
Garth Ennis returns to WWII with the true story of British Royal Navy pilots, flying venerable wooden biplanes covered only in fabric
Head back to the heyday of colour painting in British sci-fi comic 2000AD with this digital-only reprint
A blast from the past, Grovel takes a look at an early Garth Ennis book from DC Comics, published back in 1997
Follow the exploits of America’s first female pilot of colour, in Yann and Henriet’s historically-inspired period drama
Amitabh Deshpande’s debut graphic novel is a travelogue with a twist
A self-contained crime thriller, set on the border between the US and Mexico in the 1940s
A French fantasy story by Thomas Day, translated into English for Titan Comics, and lavishly illustrated by Olivier Ledroit.
Sometimes it feels like the world is against you, but imagine what life might be like if the world is intelligent, and really doesn’t want you treading on it. This is what’s facing the crew of salvage craft Cortes in Cullen Bunn and Andy MacDonald’s Rogue Planet.
Van Jensen and Nate Powell’s powerful story of troubled men in troubled times is a modern classic