Born OTD in 1956, American journalist & Presbyterian minister, Chris Hedges. Named a Best Book of the Year by the Washington Post three years ago, Pulitzer Prize-winner Chris Hedges & award-winning cartoonist & journalist Joe Sacco set out to take a look at the sacrifice zones, those areas in America that have been offered up for exploitation in the name of profit, progress, & technological advancement.

They wanted to show in words and drawings what life looks like in places where the marketplace rules without constraints, … More

Watch as the line between man and animal is blurred in this thrilling H. G. Wells graphic novel adaptation! Shipwrecked in the Pacific Ocean, Edward Prendick is rescued only to find himself on the strange island of Dr. Moreau. Hidden away on his remote island, Dr. Moreau has been conducting bizarre experiments for over ten years, genetically modifying animals to give them each a conscience and the ability to speak.

These “Beastmen” obey a very precise set of rules called The Law, which forbids them to exhibit any primitive behavior … More

A boy’s traumatized father comes home from the Second World War, but can’t make the transition to civilian life. 11-year-old Ralph lives with his mother, plays in bombed-out buildings & dreams of the day his father will come home & tell him of all his heroic battles. But when his father actually does come back, he is far from what Ralph expected: his father is sullen, withdrawn & refuses to discuss the war at all.

Susceptible to fits of crying and uncontrollable rages, his behaviour starts to directly impact Ralph and his mother, and the … More

When a land surveyor, known only as “K.”, is summoned to the Village, he is forced to negotiate an obscure hierarchy – among assistants & messengers, chambermaids, landladies, masters & mistresses. But how is he to receive his instructions from the Castle when no one knows what his employer looks like, telephones ring unanswered, & there is anyway no land to survey? A piercing study in futility, Kafka’s final masterpiece ends – much like life itself – in mid-sentence.

Kafka never finished The Castle, his final novel. What he did complete is a vision of a relentlessly dystopian realm … More

The Illegalists is a 140 page hardback colour Graphic Novel, drawn by New York Times Bestseller comics book artist and painter “Attila Futaki”. Written by Stefan Vogel and Laura Pierce, coloured by Greg Guilhaumond and lettered by Todd Klein. (Inspired by Richard Parry’s ‘The Bonnot Gang’). These are the hardback copies that were produced as part of the Kickstarter campaign.

The Story Stefan Vogel first discovered ‘The illegalists’ a.k.a ‘The Bonnot Gang’ in London’s oldest radical bookstore ‘Housmans’ in 2009. … More

A moving & intimate LGBTQ graphic novel about two women, both of whom are trying to put the pieces of their lives back together. Still smarting years after a horrible breakup, Rayanne diligently buries herself in her work. Aside from work, she has her cat. And other than her cat, she has her crushes: crushes that she prides herself on being able to resist.

Unexpectedly, however, one of her crushes beings to affect her more than the others, and threatens to upset the delicate … More

Ireland, 16th Century. A time of strife, invasion & adventure …From Ireland’s wild west coast, a true leader emerges – Granuaile, the pirate queen …mother, lover, seafarer & chieftain. A true story of bravery on the high seas, of battles, of love, loss & leadership.

Follow the astounding and sometimes tragic tale of Ireland’s own Queen of Storms brought to stunning life in this beautiful … More