1. Marie Duval by Simon Grennan, Rodger Sabin and Julian Waite

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    Marie Duval by Simon Grennan, Rodger Sabin and Julian Waite

    Marie Duval (1847–1890) was a groundbreaking Victorian female cartoonist whose wide range of work, depicting an urban, often working class milieu, has been largely forgotten. This is a book for pleasure: the first to celebrate her life and work. 'Marie Duval is one of the forgotten wonders of 19th-century art. Her drawings have something in common with Honoré Daumier, but also look forward almost uncannily to modern comics in their fantastical surreal wit.'
    Jonathan Jones, The Guardian 'A superb study…Combining fascinating insight with honesty and appraisal, we’re treated to an extraordinary journey into the world of late Victorian humour… positively glorious.'
    John Freeman, Down the Tubes Hardback: 144 Size: 278 mm x 216 mm
  2. Supercrash by Darryl Cunningham Supercrash by Darryl Cunningham

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    Supercrash by Darryl Cunningham

    Darryl Cunningham's latest investigation takes us to the heart of free-world politics and the financial crisis, as he traces the roots of bankrupt countries to the domination of right-wing policies and the people who created them. 'Distils a vast amount into a rapid-paced, accessible narrative that demystifies the financial and ideological forces behind the crash.' Sunday Sydney Morning Herald
  3. The Inking Woman by Cath Tate and Nicola Streeten

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    The Inking Woman by Cath Tate and Nicola Streeten

    The Inking Woman is a groundbreaking picture-led celebration of the work of over 100 named British artists, and a few more anonymous ones, revealing a wealth of women’s wit and insight spanning 250 years. 'Like so much art, women have taken a back seat. Now they are forefront and I am SO proud!' Sandi Toksvig

    Hardback: 144 pages. Language: English. Publisher: Myriad Editions. Publication date: 2018. Size: 216 mm x 278 mm

  4. The Bad Doctor by Ian Williams

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    The Bad Doctor by Ian Williams

    A humane, moving and often very funny graphic novel about the life of a country doctor and those of his patients, cartoonist and doctor Ian Williams introduces us to Dr Iwan James: cyclist, doctor, would-be lover, former heavy metal fan and, above all, human being. 'The territory of doctor as patient has been visited before, but Dr. Williams’s iteration and its resolution are as subtle and thought provoking as the best of them.' New York Times Paperback: 224 pages Size: 170mm x 230mm
  5. The Opportunity by Will Volley

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    The Opportunity by Will Volley

    A modern-day *Death of a Salesman*, this thrilling debut graphic novel casts a spotlight on the unforgiving world of door-to-door selling. "This darkly pensive character study is brought to the page with gritty visual realism and a broodingly atmospheric pacing." - Broken Frontier: Comic of the Week Paperback: 136 pages Size: 160mm x 240mm
  6. A Thousand Coloured Castles by Gareth Brookes

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    A Thousand Coloured Castles by Gareth Brookes

    Myriam is seeing things, and so can we, but her husband Fred is adamant it's all a lot of nonsense. In A Thousand Coloured Castles Brookes once again twitches the net curtains of the suburban south in this gloriously crayoned follow-up to the prize-winning The Black Project. 'Strikingly original and beautiful. Genuinely distinctive…The combination of narrative uncertainty, genuinely dark musings about what lies behind a suburban facade, childlike art and convincing characters is inspired. A perfect synthesis of form and content, and an essential purchase.' Pete Redup, The Quietus Paperback: 208 pages Size: 170mm x 240mm
  7. Naming Monsters by Hannah Eaton

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    Naming Monsters by Hannah Eaton

    Shortlisted - First Graphic Novel Competition 2012 Shortlisted - Graphic Scotland 9th Art Award 2013 An adult Where the Wild Things Are, Naming Monsters is a warm, compelling graphic novel about a college student grappling with her emotions after losing her mother, but without knowing how to express them. "Beautifully drawn – a wonderful evocation of coming of age – unlike anything I've seen." - Paul Gravette Paperback: 176 pages Size: 170mm x 220mm
  8. The Lady Doctor by Ian Williams

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    The Lady Doctor by Ian Williams

    With a trademark lightness of touch, Ian Williams provides another gentle look at the sufferings of humanity in this long-awaited follow-up to his much-acclaimed debut, *The Bad Doctor*. "Ian Williams is the best thing to happen to medicine since penicillin." - Alison Bechdel Paperback: 224 pages Size: 170mm x 230mm
  9. Don't Call Me Princess by Kate Evans (HB) Don't Call Me Princess by Kate Evans (HB)

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    Don't Call Me Princess by Kate Evans (HB)

    Well-known cartoonist Kate Evans takes a punchy pop at six classical fairy tales. With simple rhyme, lively pictures, humour and charm, this is a book to inspire children and adults of all ages to think beyond the superficial.

    Ages 4-94. 32 pages. Size: 18cm x 21.8cm. 'One of the most original talents in comics I've seen in a long time.' Steve Bell

  10. Beyond Flying by Chris Watson

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    Beyond Flying by Chris Watson

    These are the stories of how fourteen authors found easy and better ways of living and working in a globalised world with less air travel. Paperback: 208 pages Size: 12.7cm x 1.5cm x 19.7cm