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The Ghost in the Shell: Global Neural Network -Top western creators present their take on the definitive sci-fi manga…

Leo takes a look at Kodansha’s new English language anthology based on Shirow Masamune’s legendary manga…

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Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin preview – celebrating the 50th anniversary of the legendary band

Explore iconic moments from the Led Zeppelin band in this official photo book from Reel Art Press.

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Aposimz Vol. 1 – the latest series from the creator of BLAME!…

Leo takes a look at the latest series from sci-fi manga legend Tsutomu Nihei…

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10 books to pick up this Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month this year with our list of books to read exploring black history, people and culture.

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Usagi Yojimbo/TMNT: The Complete Collection by Stan Sakai – a legendary series crossover

Leo examines this new collection featuring all Usagi’s meetings with the Ninja Turtles…

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Ask a Bookseller: Charlotte & Fi from Category Is Books in Glasgow

Hello, and welcome to Ask a Bookseller, in which we at Turnaround ask a bunch of questions to various booksellers. Next up we have Charlotte & Fi from Category Is Books in Glasgow.

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All Change – National Poetry Day 2018

We’ve pulled together a treasure trove of poetry books for National Poetry Day 2018.

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October Book of the Month – The Mental Load by Emma

October’s Book of the Month is a superb and timely comic about the invisible burdens women carry, as well as a whole host of social injustices, everyday outrages and absurdities.

October 3, 2018 · Leave a comment

October Graphic Novel of the Month – Killtopia by Dave Cook & Craig Paton

A cyberpunk mega-city roamed by bounty hunters, Yakuza gangs, and killer robots is the setting of our Graphic Novel of the Month: Killtopia.

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October Fiction Preview

With translated fiction, short stories, crime, re-issued classics, family sagas and historical epics we are in for many a treat this October. 

October 3, 2018 · Leave a comment

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