Paul Cornell and Emma Vieceli present a new take on Frankenstein. Continue reading The Modern Frankenstein review – a paranormal romance interpretation of a classic horror story.
Our Graphic Novel of the Month for October delves into an untold adventure from Hellboy’s youth. Continue reading Young Hellboy: The Hidden Land – October Graphic Novel of the Month
The stellar team Molly Naylor and Lizzy Stewart bring us a graphic novel retelling of Naylor’s amazing theatre work about loss, legacy and the logistics of modern life. Continue reading LIGHTS! PLANETS! PEOPLE! Review – An Intergalactic Look Into Anxiety
The iconic Overwatch character gets her own series. Continue reading Overwatch: Tracer – London Calling review – spinoff series starring series favourite.
Darryl Cunningham is pulling back curtains wherever he goes; from billionaires, to scientists, to economic crashes, he’s unveiling them all in his signature style. In Putin’s Russia: Rise of a Dictator, he draws back the ultimate red curtain… the Russian … Continue reading Putin’s Russia by Darryl Cunningham – September Book of the Month
There might never be a book that will truly capture the bizarre experience of a pandemic. But if any book has gotten close, its Crisis Zone. Continue reading Crisis Zone Review – Megg, Mogg & Owl take on Covid-19!
Our Graphic Novel of the Month for August is this wrestling magazine tribute to the women wrestlers of Love and Rockets. Continue reading Queen of the Ring: Wrestling Drawings by Jaime Hernandez 1980–2020 – August Graphic Novel of the Month
A new sci-fi graphic novel from one of Italy’s best comic talents. Continue reading Celestia review – a new sci-fi epic from Manuele Fior
The latest comic from Dave McKean is our July Graphic Novel of The Month. Continue reading Raptor: A Sokol Graphic Novel – July Graphic Novel of the Month
An uncompromising look at the mistreatment of Chagossian natives. Continue reading The Chagos Betrayal review – how Britain robbed an island and made its people dissappear