Rembrandt Graphic Novel review

Typex proves that to tell a life in pictures honestly, you must immerse it in all that its protagonist revealed. Rembrandt was born in 1606 and grew to be a great artist. He was at the forefront of a Dutch gene... Read More...

VINCENT Graphic Novel review

A defining biography that must be read, if not to dilute the sycophancy of a recent film biography. Vincent Van Gogh is about to go to Arles and spend time in the dry heat of France. He wants to set up an artis... Read More...

The Castle Graphic Novel

Kafka's masterpiece comes to life in a graphic novel with as much absurdity and duality as the original text. The Castle is central to the town. The Land surveyor has been offered a job in the town and knows on... Read More...

The Murder Mile Graphic Novel review

Murder, mystery and the 4 minute mile all combined in this detective piece. When Todd "The Phoenix Flyer" Naylor is found dead in the desert, P.I. Daniel Stone is called in. The police seem to have washed the c... Read More...