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Event: Barbara Yelin and Reinhard Kleist to Speak at London’s Goethe-Institut on 3rd March

Our spring season kicks off with the launch of two brilliant German graphic novels in translation: Irmina by Barbara Yelin and An Olympic Dream by Reinhard Kleist. On Thursday 3rd March we’re celebrating the release of both books with a free event at … Continue reading

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Waterstone’s – back in business

Props to Emily, the manager of Waterstone’s Plaza Oxford Street – your promotion of graphic novels rocks! If you love graphic novels and work locally, why not pop in at lunchtime and tell them that they rock too. Not only do … Continue reading

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The Reinhard Kleist interview

Why did you decide to make a comic about Fidel Castro? First and foremost, it is a biography. My aim was to inform people about what was going on during the revolution, what kind of character Castro is, where he … Continue reading

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‘SelfMadeHero presents…’ at Latitude Festival

Better late than never, right? Exactly. We had a ball at Latitude Festival this year, where we put on two fun “SelfMadeHero presents…” events on the Literary Stage. Latitude is a brilliant multi-arts festival, which is held on the Henham Estate … Continue reading

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Johnny Cash – iSee a Darkness

There has been a lot of excitement recently about the “Soundtrack Edition” of our Johnny Cash graphic biography for iPad (Gizmodo, Digital Spy, Recombu, Comics Alliance). The app actually came out first on iPhone, but it has been re-designed in … Continue reading

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