Mary and Bryan Talbot’s graphic novel chronicling the life of revolutionary feminist Louise Michel is as magical as it is sincere.
Daniel Clowes’ Patience is the work of a master of the form in his prime.
Frédéric Genêt’s Imperial Japan is breathtaking in its detail and scope.
Y’know, for kids.
A unique take on Dracula with the colourful archetypes and endless charm of 30’s pulp tales.
Ben Gijsemans’ debut is a beautiful character study of a lonely artist.