Basquiat Graphic Novel

Is it fair to say that some artists have a name without having a backstory? We all know Van Gogh and his ear removal, religion and love. Or take Picasso and his money, politics and the like. Basquiat by Julian ... Read More...

Maggy Garrisson Graphic Novel review

A Feminist detective story set in the chills and thrills of North London. One that nods to Chandler, Mike Leigh and even a dash of Bridget Jones. It might not seem like a winning combination but MAGGY GARRISON ... Read More...

Lip Hook Graphic Novel review

David Hine and Mark Stafford unleash LIPHOOK. Set in a fictional town, it sees two fugitives enter a smog enveloped town called Lip Hook. One is a sweaty, skeletal wounded by a gunshot. The other is a beautiful... Read More...

LOVECRAFT Graphic Novel review

H.P. Lovecraft is no mere mortal in the literature world. He is the mn that launched modern horror. He is a name that inspires awe and reverence. We have seen releases of his work before. Not only from SELFMADE... Read More...

Wolf Graphic Novel

Loss of a parent or a sibling is a very hard thing to quantify emotionally. Yes we can quantify textures including personal reflections or the stages which are clinically diagnosed. But we can never truly under... Read More...