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Reviews: It Don’t Come Easy…

January 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

It Don’t Come Easy, Philippe Dupuy, Charles Berberian, Drawn & Quarterly I’ve loved the Angouleme-winning Dupuy and Berberian’s work for many years – I’ve even struggled through some of it in the original French (no...

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Reviews: how the future used to look – Mooncop

September 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

Mooncop, Tom Gauld, Drawn & Quarterly We’ve been huge fans of Tom Gauld’s work for ages here on the blog, so it’s always a pleasure to have a new book from him, and in my...

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Comics: Tom Gauld at the Edinburgh Book Fest

August 26, 2016 | 2 Comments

I had the pleasure of chairing Tom Gauld‘s event at the Edinburgh International Book Festival earlier this week. After we’d introduced ourselves Tom gave a terrific short reading (with sound effects – “ping!”) and slideshow...

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Fans of Flemish cartoonist extraordinaire Brecht Evens have not one, but two books to watch out for in the coming months. First of all, in April, the English translation of his latest graphic novel, Panther,...

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Mary Wept Over the Feet of Jesus, Chester Brown, Drawn & Quarterly Chester Brown has to be one of our more uniquely interesting comickers, tackling sensitive – indeed even controversial for some – subject matter...

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Reviews: Tomine returns with Killing and Dying

October 22, 2015 | 1 Comments

Killing And Dying Hardcover, Adrian Tomine, Drawn & Quarterly It’s always a good day when a new body of work by Adrian Tomine, creator of the much-acclaimed and long-running Optic Nerve, appears on our shelves,...

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Upcoming: Adrian Tomine’s Killing & Dying

August 13, 2015 | 3 Comments

It’s always good to know we have a new Adrian Tomine collection to look forward to, surely one of our more consistently interesting comics creators and one we’re always going to want to check out....

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Alex’s audio round up

March 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Time once more for the man with the golden microphone, Alex Fitch, to tell us about his latest show; as ever for more details or to check out a rich treasure trove of previous shows...

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Production company Remstar has just released the first trailer to Paul A Quebec, the feature film based on the graphic novel with the same name by Canadian cartoonist Michel Rabagliati. The film tells the story...

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Comics: D&Q’s 2015 line up

December 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

The superb Canadian comics press Drawn & Quarterly is celebrating their twenty fifth anniversary in 2015, and among their freshly revealed list of some of their titles coming in the first half of next year...

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