Sequential have released their latest digital graphic novels available on the Sequential app on the iPad.
Recent Releases: The Park
The highlight of our recent releases has to be The Park by Oscar Zarate. Published by SelfMadeHero, this version, exclusive to SEQUENTIAL, contains a video on Oscar’s working method approach as well as extra photos. Just £9.99 / $13.99.
“Zarate’s book is a superbly observed and loving portrait of its leafy setting […] With moments of romance and slapstick comedy jostling alongside moments of unease, tension and violence, with digressions on Laurel and Hardy’s fight scenes, the pitfalls of blogging, and the way robins use birdsong to conduct their own conflicts, The Park is a rich rendition of life in the bigger spaces of a big city.” – The Quietus
By Gilbert Hernandez
“…in comics there’s never been anybody that’s touched what the Hernandez brothers have.” – Robert Crumb | $14.99 / £10.49
By Howard Hardiman
This is an intelligent and surprisingly romantic coming-of-age story that deals with gay culture, sex workers, art and just trying to make love work. | 205 pages | $8.99 / £5.99
By Ellen Lindner
“Sharply dialogued and elegantly designed and coloured, with a keen eye for period locations, manners and fashions, notably her passions for eyewear and knitwear, Lindner’s mystery entices and intrigues in the very best Agatha Christie tradition.” – Paul Gravett | 39 pages | $2.99 / £1.99
By Ian Edginton and INJ Culbard
“A real treat to both fans of the great detective and readers who appreciate a well-produced graphic novel” – The Bookseller | $14.99 / £10.49
By Jim Benton
Dog Butts and Love
“Consistently brilliant, always hilarious, Jim Benton is one of the best cartoonists on the web right now.” – Matthew Inman, TheOatmeal.com | 93 pages | $9.99 / £6.99
By Dash Shaw
A one-shot dose of humor and melancholy from the creator of New School, BodyWorld, andBottomless Belly Button.
“A former student of the genius artist-seer-cartoonist Gary Panter, Dash, it’s fair to say, is something of a genius as well.” – Chris Ware | 34 pages | $3.99 / £2.49
By Ulli Lust
Winner, 2013 Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Graphic Novels. A stunning, unforgettable work of autobiography. | 454 pages | $26.99 / £18.99
By Rachael Smith
“I’m willing to bet something important that it will be one of the best books of 2014.” – Richard Bruton, Forbidden Planet | 101 pages | $1.99 / £1.49
By David Mairowitz, Jaromir 99
Nominated for the 2014 Eisner Award for Best Adaptation. Includes audio commentary, sketches, video.
“Brilliantly conjures the atmosphere of Kafka’s last, unfinished novel.”–Financial Times | 168 pages | $13.99 / £9.99
They have also a graphic novel quiz!
How well do you know your graphic novels? Check out our video quiz.
As a bit of fun, and to show off some of the great graphic novels and comics available on SEQUENTIAL, we’ve put together a couple of 3-minute videos that invite you to guess the creators of the graphic novels and comics shown.
I find it quite mesmerising. First you see a detail of the cover of the graphic novel or comic, then the whole cover, and you have to guess before the names of the creators appear. There are two sets of 25 books.
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