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Graphic Novels of Style and Vision
Graphic Novels of Style and Vision

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Is there anything wrong in a publisher retailing its own books online? We don't think so. Our books are not currently sold on Amazon or elsewhere on line—by choice.
If you like our books then please support our creators and buy our graphic novels from us on the website. :0)

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#LONDON | Comix Creatrix: 100 Women in #comics Breath-taking radical show HouseOfIllustration http://buff.ly/1Psjogh
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From Today | LONDON Childrens Books Galore at South Ken Kids festival Institut français UK http://buff.ly/1HQo0P2
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“I needed something to explain the paradoxes of time travel.
For example, if you hear a song from the future and then write that song, where did it actually come from? ”

A Sense Of Place | Paul Gravett talks to Paul B Rainey about how life led him to create There’s No Time Like The Present, a graphic-novel project that has taken him seven years to complete, and how he got to Now. Part 6 of 6

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Top 10 Graphic Novels for 3 October 2015. Cimarronin is No 1—But where are all the fine British graphic novels?
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Number 1 for a Fifth Week. "The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage" by Sydney Padua Take at look at the Top 10 Most Popular Graphic Novels for 28 May 2015 including Steve Bell's "If... The Graphic Novel" is New at 9.
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Fantastic Tales Of Ordinariness |

"I am making connections with comics I read and loved when I was a kid.
My rational mind would much rather watch new movies,
with new ideas about new things, but I can’t help myself!"

| Paul Gravett talks to Paul B Rainey about how life led him to create There’s No Time Like The Present, a graphic-novel project that has taken him seven years to complete, and how he got to Now. Part 5 of 6 PINTEREST: http://buff.ly/1FFIx4s Escape Books: http://buff.ly/1FFIBkP
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“It took him seven years to finish, it took me seven hours, but every second was well spent, for both of us.” — Rich Johnston reviews "There's No Time Like The Present" on Bleeding Cool.
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Cliff hands in his NHS prescription. “The depiction of old people is rare in comics, and even rarer to see a portrayal so genuine, honest, and real.“ — Richard Bruton at Forbidden Planet International reviews "There's No Time Like The Present" PINTEREST: http://buff.ly/1IYmqtY
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Take a Look at the Most Popular Graphic Novels for today 21 May 2015.
The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage by Sydney Padua is at Number One for a Fourth week in the Top 10 Graphic Novels. "XKCD Volume 0" by Randall Munroe is at new at 10.

"The Terrible and Wonderful Reasons Why I Run Long Distances" by Matthew Inman has completely disappeared from the chart.

The rest of the Top 10 is stable, however, lurking below the Top 10 is "Syllabus" by Lynda Barry at 11, "Lost Girls" by Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie is at 12, and "Through The Woods" by Emily Carroll is at 13.
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