Author Archive for Camila

Orbital’s favourite books in 2017

Will’s Favourites 33 Year Wait – London 2050 by Korinna Mei and Alfie Garland Am I Still Tripping? – Star Seeds by Charles Glaubitz (Fantagraphics) Give me MORE – Blank Canvas by Weili Wonka Just People Talking – I Love…

Staff Picks – Week of 06/12/2017

Dastardly and Muttley Garth Ennis (w), Mauricet (a) GJ Comics Thomas says: I have no idea where to even begin with this one. This title is absolutely f**kin’ mad. I have no clue what, if anything, Garth is trying to…

Festive Season Opening Hours

Please note our opening hours during the festive season: Dec 23rd – Saturday – 10:30 – 19:00 Dec 24th – Christmas Eve – 12:00 – 17:00 Dec 25th – Christmas Day – CLOSED Dec 26th – Boxing Day – CLOSED…

Staff Picks – Week of 08/11/2017

Fiction House: From Pulps to Panels, From Jungles to Space Mitch Maglio (editorial), Various (comics) YOE Books / IDW Publishing Adam says: This hefty tome from YOE Books is divided into a short publishing history of some fifty pages, before…

Staff Picks – Week of 01/11/17

Alter Ego #149 Various, Edited by Roy Thomas TwoMorrows Publishing Thomas says: Alter Ego is always worth a read but this particular issue is a little something extra being a tribute to the legendary Gil Kane and was an immediate…

Staff Picks – Week of 25/10/17

Magritte: This is Not a Biography Vincent Zabus (w), Thomas Campi (a) Self Made Hero Publishing Thomas says: Magritte was always my favourite of the Surrealist painters with Jean Miro coming in as a close second so i leapt at…

Staff Picks – Week of 11/10/2017

Justice League International Omnibus Vol. 1 Keith Giffen (w), J.M. DeMatteis (w), Mike McKone (a), Bart Sears (a) and others DC Comics Thomas says: There isn’t much to say about this particular era of the Justice League that hasn’t already…

Staff Picks – Week of 27/09/2017

Jérôme K. Jérôme Bloche: The Shadow Killer Alain Dodier (W&A), Pierre Makyo (W), Serge Le Tendre (W) Eurocomics/IDW Publishing Thomas Says: Eurocomics have done it again but that’s not really much of a surprise, as someone pointed out to me…