By Rich Johnston and Hannah Means-Shannon Following on from last year’s “Best” lists to create a Bleeding Cool tradition, Rich Johnston and Hannah Means-Shannon put their heads together to pick out the landmark works in the comics medium of 2014, here specifically presenting the best graphic novels. This category has been delineated based on personal […]
Sally Heathcote never existed. The product of the mind of Mary Talbot, brought to life by Kate Charlesworth and Bryan Talbot in their new graphic novel published by Jonathan Cape and launching at the British Library tonight is a Forest Gump of a figure, a fictional figure surrounded by very real people, at the right […]
Jonathan Cape are translating the French graphic novel 3″ by Marc-Antoine Matheiu into an English edition, and are bringing the web along with them. Originally published in 2011 by Delcourt, the graphic novel is silent, following a beam of light that bounces around a city (and an airplane, and a satellite) but focusing on a […]
This is the winning entry in the now-annual Observer/Jonathan Cape graphic short story competition. Room 208 by Stephen Collins and the runner up strips are currently exhibited in the gallery section of Orbital Comics in London, off Leicester Square, as part of the ComICA festival.