MOZART IN PARIS GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW

Duchazeau, the crafter of BLACKFACE BANJO and the super GILGAMESH, is an artist who can draw out a richness from an event or a experience. He steeps his work in historionics and weight but also with a style... Read More...

ABC OF TYPOGRAPHY GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW

The History and Origins of word fonts might not seem like the place to go for Graphic Novels but the medium proves to be a natural home to a fascinating collection of myths, legends, dreams and dark realites. F... 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...

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...

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...