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3" Marc-Antoine Mathieu
A thrillingly inventive visual mystery, told in 3 seconds - it's up to you to provide the solution
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99 Ways to Tell a Story
99 Ways to Tell a Story Matt Madden
A funny, inspiring, and genuinely clever series of one-page comics that tell the same story in a variety of ways.
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A Puff of Smoke
A Puff of Smoke Sarah Lippett
A moving, often very funny graphic memoir about what it is like to grow up with an illness that no one can diagnose.
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A Taste Of Chlorine
A Taste Of Chlorine Bastien Vivès
An exquisite new graphic novel, and a simple yet engrossing story.
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Adamtine Hannah Berry
For every action, there is always an equal and opposite reaction. A haunting new tale from the author of the mysterious Britten & Brulightly.
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Alice in Sunderland
Alice in Sunderland Bryan Talbot
An amazing graphic novel - an epic meditation on myth, history and storytelling.
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Another Year of Plumdog
Another Year of Plumdog Emma Chichester Clark
A new batch of missives from Plum, Emma Chichester Clark’s totally irresistible hound.
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Are You My Mother?
Are You My Mother? Alison Bechdel
An expansive, moving and captivating graphic memoir from 'one of the finest cartoonists at work today'.
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Aya Marguerite Abouet, Clément Oubrerie
Aya is a captivating, colourful and hugely entertaining portrayal of an Africa we rarely see, spirited and resilient, and full of the sounds, sights and smells of a prosperous town and its varied inhabitants.
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Bizarre Romance
Bizarre Romance Audrey Niffenegger, Eddie Campbell
In a mixture of comic strips and illustrated prose, newlyweds Audrey Niffenegger and Eddie Campbell team up to explore the bizarre nature of romance and relationships.
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Black Hole Charles Burns
It's here: Charles Burns' epic story of existential horror, over ten years in the making. Yet another Cape graphic novel milestone.
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Blue Pills
Blue Pills Frederik Peeters
From one of Europe's best young comics artists, a black-and-white memoir that is an intimate, moving and revelatory exploration of the author’s relationship with his girlfriend and her three-year-old son, both of whom are HIV positive, and what it means to love in the face of daunting obstacles.
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Britten and Brulightly
Britten and Brulightly Hannah Berry
A brilliant debut graphic novel by a new British author.
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Building Stories
Building Stories Chris Ware
Twelve years after he changed the history of comics with Jimmy Corrigan, a new graphic novel masterpiece by Chris Ware.
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Bumf Joe Sacco
A collection of all-new satirical short fictional comics by the great Joe Sacco
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Burma Chronicles
Burma Chronicles Guy Delisle
From the critically acclaimed author of Pyongyang and Shenzen, Burma Chronicles is a masterful graphic novel, and a timely and incisive portrait of a country on the tipping point.
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Bye Bye Babylon
Bye Bye Babylon Lamia Ziadé
A unique visual record of a terrible war: part artist's sketchbook, part travel notebook and part family album.
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Bye Bye Birdie
Bye Bye Birdie Shirley Hughes
Shirley Hughes' first graphic book for adults
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Cassandra Darke
Cassandra Darke Posy Simmonds
Britain’s favourite graphic novelist returns with her best book yet
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Collecting Sticks
Collecting Sticks Joe Decie
What's better than camping? This brilliant graphic novel follows one family on the holiday of a lifetime, complete with spiders, sticks and stupendous amounts of rain Observer Graphic Novel of the Month
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Coltrane Paolo Parisi
A graphic biography of one of the most celebrated, enduring and enigmatic figures in America's musical history: John Coltrane.
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Cormorance Nick Hayes
A beguiling wordless fable, and a hymn to the natural world – from one of the finest British graphic novelists at work today
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David Boring Daniel Clowes
The startling new book by the author of Ghost World.
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Days of the Bagnold Summer
Days of the Bagnold Summer Joff Winterhart
A tale of single parenting and heavy metal. Shortlisted for the 2012 Costa Award for Best Novel.
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