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As one of our very favourite creators brings his quite superb series to a conclusion this autumn, Pádraig Ó Méalóid sits down for a chat with one of the finest comickers in the UK, Bryan...

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Livestock, Hannah Berry, Jonathan Cape I’ve admired Hannah Berry’s work since her impressive, beautifully painted debut Britten & Brulightly, and since then, when it may have been easier to stick with more stories featuring those...

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Reviews: Nick Hayes’ gorgeous Cormorance

November 24, 2016 | 2 Comments

Cormorance, Nick Hayes, Jonathan Cape Oh where to start with this remarkable read? I was deeply impressed with Nick Hayes’ debut, The Rime of the Modern Mariner (here’s a guest commentary by Nick on that...

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Reviews: One Hundred Nights of Hero

October 13, 2016 | 2 Comments

One Hundred Nights of Hero, Isabel Greenberg, Jonathan Cape “Is it a true story?” “It could be.” I’m tardy with this review, I meant to have it up a couple of weeks ago or more,...

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Reviews: a life, a love – Stan and Nan

July 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

Stan and Nan, Sarah Lippett, Jonathan Cape “But he was something she’d always wanted in her life.” This is Sarah Lippett’s debut graphic novel, and my goodness, it’s an extremely impressive one. A beautifully gentle...

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Paradise Lost, Pablo Auladell (adapted from John Milton), Jonathan Cape John Milton wrote – or more accurately dictated, as he was blind by this point – his epic poem Paradise Lost during the mid-1600s, the...

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The Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopia, Mary and Bryan Talbot, Jonathan Cape I’ve been eagerly awaiting this new work from the Costa Award-winning Mary and Bryan Talbot for month, and Mary and Bryan’s...

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In the centre of Bloomsbury, surrounded as it is by institutions that care and the industry of literature, the Cartoon Museum made a fabulously fitting venue for the launch of The Red Virgin and the...

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Costa Award-winning Mary and Bryan Talbot return this spring with what looks like another fascinating – and hopefully also an eye-opening – work, The Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopia, which is published by Jonathan...

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Comics: Kate Beaton at home

October 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Jonathan Cape/Vintage Books folk put up a new “At Home” video, this time calling on the excellent Kate Beaton to see her at work, have a wee watch (see here for our recent review...

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