Some of the greatest stories come in the form of comics or graphic novels. Many of them have been adapted into tv shows and films and we don’t even know it!
Jeff Lemire£19.98 £18.98
Part fairytale and part horror, following the unlikely duo of a drifter and a human/animal hybrid. They journey across post apocalyptic America, after being forced out of a quiet rural life. Dangers around every corner. Loveable characters. Fantastic artwork.
Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon£15.99 £15.19
A preacher armed with a bizarre spiritual force, his badass girlfriend and an alcoholic vampire begin a violent romp across America, to literally find God. Losing faith in humanity, discovering the dark parts of the mind and throwing blasphemy and swear words around. I adore this series. Not for the faint hearted.
John Layman£8.99 £8.54
Bill Willingham, James Jean, et al.£10.99 £10.22
Gothic-noir story, full of destiny and redemption. Following a detective who is also a witch, coming to terms with her past and future. Love this on going series. The artwork is mostly black and white but a hint of colour every now and again.
Art Spiegelman£16.98 £16.13
A haunting tale of survival during hitlers Europe. Depicting the Jewish as mice and the nazis as cats, a very important retelling, beautifully done.
Brian K Vaughan£8.99 £8.54
1980’s childhood. Mysteries collide when 4 12 year old girls uncover a very important story. This was one of the first series I got into and loved.
Greg Rucka£8.99 £8.54
Noelle Stevenson£11.99 £11.39
Magic, mad science and a mysterious past come together as supervillain and sidekick wreak havoc. Taking down an institution, that everyone thinks are heroes, isn’t as easy as it seems. Very loveable!