Lucky Luke is a one-hundred-percent real hero of the Old West. He is squarely on the side of the law and dedicates his life to seeing that justice is done. He travels around delivering it wherever he goes, accompanied by his faithful companion, Jolly Jumper. Arriving at Fort Weakling, he changes into a formidable bandit. Why?... read more
Grand Duke Leonid of Russia is in Washington to sign a commercial treaty on behalf of the Tsar. But this larger-than-life aristocrat has read too much Fennimore Cooper and wants to visit the West. The US government is forced to agree to his whim - but wisely chooses Lucky Luke to escort him to the cattle capital of the West... read more
At the end of the Civil War, many former soldiers turn to a life of crime to survive. Joss Jamon and his gang are among the worst of such men. After sacking the town of Los Palitos, they arrange for Lucky Luke to be arrested for their crimes. The lonesome cowboy, a rope already around his neck, is forced to make a deal with t... read more
It's the start of the 1860s and the Old West is changing - a change that comes as a shock to the Daltons when they're arrested not by Lucky Luke, but by Allan Pinkerton! The man is determined to turn bandit-hunting into a modern, rational business - even at the cost of the personal freedom of the American people. It'll be up ... read more
Before he became the Green Lantern...before he unwittingly brought about the downfall of the Green Lantern Corps...before his rebirth as the universe's most powerful protector...Hal Jordan of Earth was just a washed-up test pilot with no way to fly...until the dying alien Abin Sur granted him his power ring, the most powerful... read more
Chris Grosz captures the adventuring life of Kimble Bent sailor, soldier, deserter, outlaw and Hauhau slave in a dramatic graphic novel. After signing up for the Queen's shilling, Bent was sent to New Zealand in the 1860s, on the eve of the tumult... read more
Relive Charles Dickens' novel about an orphan's attempted ascent into the higher echelons of society, and the ups and downs he faces along the way, with this Graffex graphic novel edition. Featuring well-known characters like Miss Havisham and the convict Magwitch, this is a lively and fascinating way to introduce Dickens to... read more
John Coltrane rose from a hard and impoverished childhood in North Carolina to become one of the greatest jazz musicians. Juxtaposing scenes from Coltrane's personal life against snapshots of his major recordings, this title evokes his extraordinary life and the momentous historical events that formed its backdrop.
Shot down off the coast of Germany, Pohe was held prisoner at Stalag Luft III, near Sagan in present-day Poland. Digging a tunnel under the camp, Pohe was one of the prisoners who escaped in a mass breakout which was immortalised in the film The Great Escape.
|Author:||Robert Muchamore (adapted by Ian Edginton)|
A terrorist doesn't let strangers into her flat because they might be undercover police or intelligence agents, but her children bring their mates home and they run all over the place. The terrorist doesn't know that one of these kids has bugged every room in her house, made copies of all her computer files and stolen her ad... read more
Forthcoming, July 2012
In this title, Horowitz's world-renowned teen super-spy Alex Rider's fourth mission comes to life in a thrilling, fast-paced and stylish graphic adaptation. Relaxing in the south of France, reluctant MI6 agent Alex Rider is finally able to feel like any ordinary fourteen-year-old - until a sudden, ruthless attack on his hosts... read more
|Author:||Richard Fairgray & Terry Jones|
On the face of things, being a tall mutant Triceratops would be an advantage. Especially if you've gone to the future and been given a state of the art ray gun to fight bad guys with. Unfortunately for Blastosaurus, this is not the case. This is the story of a mutant dinosaur making his way in the world...
Seymour Chwast, an icon of the graphic design world, has delighted audiences with his adaptations of The Divine Comedy and The Canterbury Tales. Now he turns to Homer's Odyssey, one of the best-known stories in history. The tale is one that begs for visual interpretation, filled with mythic characters we all know well: the Cy... read more
This is a stunning and bold graphic adaptation from Antoine de Saint-Exupery's exceptional, iconic and classic children's book Le Petit Prince. A lone pilot stranded in the desert is awoken by a little prince, and they become friends. The prince comes from a tiny nameless planet far away. All that exists on his planet are thr... read more
This is a powerful new story and debut comic book from award-winning and multi-selling author Marcus Sedgwick collaborating with brother Julian Sedgwick and internationally renowned comics artist John Higgins. Set in a near-future Britain, Dark Satanic Mills tracks a young girl's journey from the flooded landmarks of London t... read more
Tom Sawyer is a mischievous young boy with an undying hunger for adventure, and a knack for getting into trouble. He lives with his Aunt Polly in the Mississippi River town of St Petersburg, Missouri. He plays hooky from school; hangs around with Huck Finn, the unsophisticated son of the village drunkard; and deceives his fri... read more
No one ever took Joan seriously... Joan of Arc was gifted with visions instructing her to liberate France from the armies of the English. As a young woman she defied friends, family, and even members of the government in her attempts to free the French. By the strength of her personality and her ability to foretell the future... read more
After their umpteenth defeat at Lucky Luke's hands, the Dalton brothers get into a big argument that ends with the four of them splitting up. They make a deal: Whoever is first to get a million dollars will be the leader of the gang. Going their separate ways, trying various schemes, each spreads his own kind of mayhem, forci... read more
Daydreams, fantasty, true love and procrastination feature strongly in this marvellous selection of Dylan Horrocks’s shorter comics. Running from 1986 to 2012, Incomplete Works is both the chronicle of an age and a portrait of one man’s heroic struggle to get some work done.
Deep under the Earth's crust, near Skull River City, a terrible crime has been committed - the city's supply of blood has been stolen from the blood bank. Rocky (a werewolf-kid) and Vince (a vampire-kid) decide they must investigate to help save their friend Gretel Ghoul, who suffers from a rare blood disorder. But who could ... read more