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SelfMadeHero at the Edinburgh Book Festival

It’s that time of year again: the Edinburgh International Book Festival is nearly upon us. It begins this Friday, 15th August, and as ever there’s plenty to whet the appetites of graphic novel fans. This year’s Stripped 2015 programme features … Continue reading

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ILYA visits San Francisco’s Comix Experience to discuss Room For Love

On Wednesday 29 July, ILYA will visit San Francisco’s finest comic store, Comix Experience, to discuss Room For Love. Open to all, the event takes place at their Divisadero St. store from 6-8pm. Room For Love is the first book to be … Continue reading

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ELCAF Returns: SelfMadeHero in Hackney

This weekend, 20th & 21st June, we’re heading to Hackney for the East London Comics and Arts Festival. This year’s event takes place across two venues: SPACE on Mare Street (for the talks and workshops) and The Laundry on Warburton Rd (for … Continue reading

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End of a Century: Nineties Album Reviews in Pictures

Later this month, we launch End of a Century: Nineties Album Reviews in Pictures by Run Wrake. Edited by Andrew Collins, End of a Century is a rocket trip through the last decade of the Millennium via the NME album review illustrations … Continue reading

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Barbara Stok brings Vincent to New York

This month, SelfMadeHero’s Art Masters series launches in North America with the release of Julie Birmant and Clément Oubrerie’s Pablo and Barbara Stok’s Vincent. The series has already won praise from the New York Observer, and this weekend Barbara Stok will be speaking at … Continue reading

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BitTorrent Release: Ricky Rouse Has A Gun

Ricky Rouse Has A Gun, Jörg Tittel and John Aggs’ acclaimed graphic novel, today becomes the first ebook to be sold through BitTorrent Bundle. You can now download the entire book for just $5 here. Apart from allowing you to … Continue reading

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SelfMadeHero to offer Same-Day Delivery Service to Londoners this Christmas

Live or work in Central London? Get graphic novels through your letterbox within hours with SelfMadeHero’s pioneering drone-free delivery service. For two weeks from Monday 1st December, SelfMadeHero will be offering a free same-day delivery service to addresses in Central … Continue reading

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SelfMadeHero at Thought Bubble 2014!

Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you’ll know that this weekend sees Thought Bubble take over the Armouries in Leeds – and four of SelfMadeHero’s creators will be signing, sketching and talking their way through the weekend! Rob Davis, I. … Continue reading

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Drum Roll, Please: Our Spring 2015 List Revealed

The Indian summer has vanished and the days are drawing in – but today we forget winter and turn our thoughts to spring. That’s right, folks: already green shoots are appearing. Today, we reveal our UK releases for spring 2015! … Continue reading

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