Pat Mills and Christine Ellingham brought the skateboarding craze to girls comics in 1978, with a story of two girls locked in a childhood rivalry.
She may be the daughter of a pharaoh, but that doesn’t count for much in the royal court when you have so many brothers and sisters. What’s a young girl to do but seek adventure outside the safety of the palace walls? Find out what happens next in Isabelle Dethan’s historical fantasy.
The third and final volume of V. E Schwab’s graphic novel trilogy, a prequel to her best-selling Shades of Magic novels.
A collection of four dark Manchette thrillers, adapted into graphic novels by Jacques Tardi.
The second collected volume of Emma Vieceli’s webcomic, about two young men working through the trials and tribulations of their blossoming relationship.
A new collection of Judge Dredd stories from fan-favourite writer Rob Williams and artist Chris Weston, including Dredd’s face-off with the notorious Judge Pin.
Ben Aaronovitch’s London copper has to travel to Fairie in pursuit of street racers in the eighth graphic novel outing for the ever-popular Rivers of London series.
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.
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.