Here are the latest digital comics and digital graphic novels available on Sequential on the iPad!
by Scott McCloud £13.99 • 496 pp
“Totally absorbing and technically brilliant.”
– Dave Gibbons, co-creator Watchmen
Thanks to a deal with Death, the young sculptor gets his childhood wish: to sculpt anything he can imagine with his bare hands. But now that he only has 200 days to live, deciding what to create is harder than he thought, and discovering the love of his life at the eleventh hour isn’t making it any easier.
* Only available outside of North American and the Phillipines.
RUINS by Peter Kuper £13.99 | $18.99 • 328 pp
• 2016 Eisner Award for Best Graphic Album
Compelling, breathtaking, horrifying, sobering…and true. Samantha and George are a couple heading towards a sabbatical year in the quaint Mexican town of Oaxaca. For Samantha, it is the opportunity to revisit her past. For George, it is an unsettling step into the unknown.
Secondsby Bryan Lee O’Malley £9.99 • 326 pp
“I cannot say enough good things about this book. … Take whatever money you were going to spend and drop it on Seconds instead.” – CBR
Katie’s a talented young chef, runs a successful restaurant, and has big plans to open an even better one. And then…
* Only available for sale in the UK & Ireland
Celesteby INJ Culbard £10.99 | $14.99 • 188 pp
“The most refreshingly different book of the year.” – John Geddes, USA Today
In London, the moment two commuters, Aaron and Lilly, lay eyes on each another on a packed Monday morning tube train, everyone else around them vanishes …
“Awonderful book: clear and witty; beautifully drawn; by turns both disturbing and enlightening … this will speak to your inner shrink.” – The Observer
A graphic novel account of the first steps, errors and frustrations of Sigmund Freud’s career, which would lead to the foundation of a revolutionary new clinical therapy: psychoanalysis.
At the Mountains of Madnessby INJ Culbard £9.99 | $12.99 • 122 pp
• Winner of the British Fantasy Awards 2011
“I could not help feeling that they were evil things – mountains of madness whose farther slopes looked out over some accursed ultimate abyss…”
The exclusive SEQUENTIAL expanded version includes audio commentary by I.N.J. Culbard.
Terra Australis by Bollee & Nicloux £11.99 | $15.99 • 512 pp
An unflinching account of the founding of modern Australia.
Over two centuries ago, a fleet of ships set sail from England led by Admiral Arthur Phillip. Of the thousand men and women on board, most were convicts, sentenced to transportation for crimes against the crown, and banished to exile …
The Motherless Oven by Rob Davis £9.99 | $12.99 • 159 pp
• 2015 British Comic Award Winner for Best Book
The Weather Clock said knife o’clock, so I chained Dad up in the shed…
“Brimming with invention, Davis subverts and deepens the school adventure yarn and asks if anyone can escape their fate.” – The Independent
Room for Love by ILYA £9.99 | $12.99 • 141 pp
“Romance is dead.” So says Pamela Green, middle-class and middle-aged – a romance novelist suffering from writer’s block. Then, on a bridge, her unsettled life collides with that of a ragged young man …
“One small boldly drawn line can tell so much, which only gives this book still more emotional power.” – Comics Bulletin
The Cigar that Fell in Love …by Camus & Abadzis £9.99 | $12.99 • 124 pp
“A beguiling fairy tale that blends the glamour of Hollywood’s golden age with the sultry rituals of cigar smoking …” – The Observer
Following the release of his latest movie, Orson Welles – renowned director and smoking aficionado – receives a celebratory box of cigars …
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