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Rain follows the experiences of ordinary people, while engaging with pollution, climate change, moorland mismanagement and the disruption and loss that these things bring. The characters are fictitious; what's happening around them is very real.
Half a century after its original appearance, Radical America Komiks retains its rebellious spirit and humour. Dopey but also militantly antimilitarist, these comics speak to the ideas, sentiments, and artistic experiments of a generation.
Experience a surreal descent into one man's psychosis in this haunting and chilling graphic novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Roughneck and Sweet Tooth, described as "the Stephen King of comics".
Gorgeously illustrated, Swimming in Darkness is an intriguing, noirish graphic novel about uncovering the powerful secrets of the natural world.
Planet Earth: 500,000 years in the future. Humans have been extinct for millennia. Two scientists, Robert and June, have been orbiting the Earth, waiting for the planet to become habitable once more.
A touching graphic novel about love, loss, and how the past never truly stays dead.
In 2011 one of the biggest political events in the world, the Arab Spring, swept across North Africa. But what came next? As the world moves on, four young Tunisians must cope with the reality of an uncertain future in this original graphic novel.
Girl On Film follows a passionate aspiring artist from the youth through adulthood to deeply examine the arduous pursuit of filmmaking, while exploring the act of memory and how it recalls and reshapes what we think we truly know about ourselves.
From Gaby Dunn (Bad with Money, I Hate Everyone But You) and Claire Roe (Batgirl and the Birds of Prey, Welcome Back) comes an all-new original graphic novel about the thrill of the chase and the dangers of going toe-to-toe with a potential killer.
A ballistic sci-fi action romance miniseries in the vein of Mad Max and Romeo and Juliet. USA, after the Second Civil War, two people fall in love. One, an orderly vegan hacker. The other, a chaotic cop with a reality TV show that never stops.
Girl Town collects the award-winning stories “Radishes” and “Diana’s Electric Tongue” together with several other tales of young adulthood and the search for connection. Bold, infatuated, wounded, or lost, Nowak’s girls shine with life and longing.
Inspired by the dark imagination of Edward Gorey, Envious Siblings is a twisted and hauntingly funny debut. Comics artist Landis Blair interweaves absurdist horror and humor into brief, rhyming vignettes at once transgressive and hilarious.
Inspired by the works of Shirley Jackson and Ira Levin, The Man Who Came Down the Attic Stairs weaves a tale of horror and suspense that captures the isolation of postpartum depression, while exploring the very real fears associated with motherhood.
Sometime during the 1600s, Jacques, a young orphan from France, stows away aboard a fishing boat. Willing to brave the dangers and the rough life of a sailor, he is intent on one goal: to go to Iceland.
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