graphic novels/comics

Bravado, Humility and Bloody-Mindedness

Alongside writer Olivier Bocquet, comic book artist Jean-Marc Rochette has created an unusual autobiographical account of his experiences as a climber....

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The Dance of Death: A Vanitas

In this collection of cartoons loosely based on the Danse Macabre, Martin Rowson takes aim at a number of targets from 21st century life he deems significant....

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Joker, a Film to Fall Out Over?

The most affecting film of 2019 has created debate and controversy, Trebuchet takes a closer look examining these and the underlying message at its core. ...

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An Able Tour Through the Bizarre and Horrific

Artist Krent Able is a man capable of creating stories and worlds which are truly surreal and macabre, yet remain oddly joyful....

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Andy: A Factual Fairytale – The Life and Times of Andy Warhol

As part of SelfMadeHero's Arts Masters series, Andy: A Factual Fairytale doesn’t shy away from the gritty details of the life of the artist....

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Deeply Real Mysticism: Wolf

Presented with a deep sense of whimsy, Rachael Ball's Wolf is a story about loss, and builds an impressive world to explore....

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PAFT Relief with Rachael Reichert

CyBelle Horizon: a comic book, a video and a catwalk show all surrounded by vintage issues of American comic books. It could, and perhaps should, have been a total disaster...

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The Man With the Neutron Gun

'If you want to pull off this kind of high-wire surrealist polemic, you need to write with confidence and daring. Even if your daily existence off the page is fractured by neurotic behaviour...

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