Portraits of Violence
Bringing together established academics and award-winning comic book writers and illustrators, Portraits of Violence illustrates the most compelling ideas and episodes in the critique of violence.
The Many Not The Few
A union rep and his granddaughter discuss the history of the labour movement, from the 14th century right up to today. Foreword by Jeremy Corbyn.
Still reeling from the tsunami of 2004, Antoni and his family find their lives in turmoil when they are trapped in the crossfire during the country's merciless civil war. Can they survive not just the loss of friends and family but also being forced from their home, leaving everything behind? Where will they go? And who will give them refuge?
The explosive tale of the Peterloo Massacre, vividly illustrated and told verbatim through the voices of those who were actually there.
A boy's traumatized father comes home from the Second World War, but can’t make the transition to civilian life. This is a beautifully crafted graphic portrayal of PTSD and the consequences it can have on everyone around the person affected, especially if not acknowldeged and understood. A historical graphic novel of utmost relevance now.
Fight the Power
A unique historical graphic novel that captures key moments in the fight against oppression through the centuries.