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Marsupilami Vol 5: Baby Prinz

By Batem, Yann & Franquin Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849185424 I read this the day after the attempted insurrection in Washington DC. Bearing in mind the book concerns a coup it gave the whole story an oddly obtuse slant. In Chiquito, capital of Palombia, there’s a zoo, and in that zoo is an ancient Marsupilami. No […]

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Alcohol & Painkillers

By Rich Nairn  Publisher: Rich Nairn ISBN: 9798681496953 Available from Amazon This has been an extraordinary year. There have been many highs and lows and it’s easy to forget every uncharted twist and turn. Fortunately for us, Rich Nairn has been keeping a diary in cartoon form, noting down the events both national and personal […]

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The Great Lockdown Cartoon Book

By Mitch Available from: enquiries@sharpprinting.co.uk This year has been brightened by CCGB member Mitch’s daily Facebook cartoons. They began by looking at the bright side of life during self-isolation at the beginning of the year, and then the daily battles of looking for something fresh to do each day during lockdown. They’ve been a tonic […]

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The Department Of Mind-Blowing Theories

By Tom Gauld Publisher: Canongate ISBN: 9781786898050 Tom Gauld returns with an entire book of just science-based cartoons, all previously published in New Scientist. As Neil Gaiman says, Tom Gauld is funny in a way that makes you feel smarter. This is largely down to Gauld’s ability to tackle pretty much any topic and spin […]

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Giles The Collection 2020

By Giles, compiled by John Field Publisher: Express Newspapers ISBN: 9780600634775 There’s still plenty to enjoy in a Giles cartoon. Each one is an individual time capsule evoking how we used to live. Much of it still rings true today, but often the passage of years is laid bare by the decor, vehicles, or a […]

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LOVE And Other Weird Things

By Rich Sparks Publisher: idwpublishing.com ISBN: 9781684055791 Some of you may know Rich Sparks if you follow The New Yorker in one of its many forms, but he’s cropped up in many other places too. His cartoons are curiously odd, a little dark, acerbic and occasionally acidic. Dabbling in the slightly more unsavoury and unwholesome […]

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