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A burned-out superhero comic artist goes on an amazing adventure that spans time and space with two companions.
An adaptation of stories not found in history books depicting New Zealand as a country half-familiar, half-dream where the past is made strange and new.
From the acclaimed lead designer of the bro’Town TV series, the story of two kung fu fighters from seventeenth century China whose paths are destined to cross.
Rufus is a primate and budding artist who suffers from acute anxiety. Rufus yearns to be defined as something other than a nervous wreck. The book expands on the story originally presented as a webcomic.
Roger Langridge, New Zealand born and acclaimed comic writer and artist, has penned the complete Marvel series of Thor. The mighty avenger.
Chris Grosz is the writer and artist of this incredible story about Kimble Bent’s life as a Pakeha Māori during the Taranaki land wars.
Extra Ordinary Comics is a slice-of-life series based on Li Chen’s life with her partner, and cat Shoelace. These fun and quirky comics have gained a big following of fans in New Zealand and abroad.
In addition to the Baltimore series, New Zealand artist Ben Stenbeck has worked with author Mike Mignola on several other popular horror series including Hellboy, Witchfinder and Koshchei.
A collection of New Zealand's best comic creators, showcasing and celebrating the enormous talent that exists in this Kiwi art form. A wide range of ripping stories can be found in this first book of three in the Faction series.
Eleven of New Zealand's best comic artists use their art form to speculate on the looming threat of climate change, what it means for us, our children, and our future. An anthology introduced by actress and activist Lucy Lawless. Change is coming!
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