Category Archives: Comics


Written and Illustrated by Anna Haifisch

The Von Spatz Rehab Center is located in the hills of Santa Monica. A mental hospital for artists and show business employees, with a group of psychiatrists and nurses available to calm their nerves. Patients are encouraged to devote themselves fully to their recovery and artistic work in this place.

Paperback / 180 x 230 mm / 68 pages / Rotopol Press



Written and Illustrated by Nadine Redlich

In this collection, Nadine Redlich plucks apart a bunch of emotions. Anyone who can relate to phobia, lethargy, stress, panic or resignation will take great pleasure reading  Redlich‘s intense examination.

Rights sold: Italian

Paperback / 150 x 215 mm / 96 pages / Rotopol Press



Written and Illustrated by Nadine Redlich

One imagines that existence as a stone is rather cold and hard. Does a stone have feelings? Of course not! But far from it. Nadine Redlich shows us what nobody thinks is possible in her new book: stones have feelings. They are sensitive and soft contemporaries who like to be touched and sometimes get out of their skin.

Paperback / 150 x 215 mm / 80 pages / Rotopol Press



Written and Illustrated by Nadine Redlich

There are days when you cannot avoid the challenges of life, when even the distractions from the distractions have lost their power. After her soulful exploration into the emotional world in STONES and her meditations about fear in PANIKTOTME, Nadine Redlich now brings attention to the struggles of everyday life

Paperback / 195 x 270 mm / 96 pages / Rotopol Press



Written and Illustrated by Bastien Bertine

An essay that delves into the heart of human emotions, revenge, obsession and madness. A graphic richness that reveals the various “image worlds” that Moby Dick suggests and an in-depth reflection on the particularly numerous links between Moby Dick and comics.

Paperback / 190 x 245 mm / 204 pages / Bang Ediciones



Written and Illustrated by Marta Cunill

In a world where nature has disappeared, a group of creatures hides from soldiers to protect and save the “wonders.” The creatures must plant the “wonders” at all cost.

Hardback / 200 x 260 mm / 100 pages / Bang Ediciones





Written and Illustrated by Gabri Molist

Is sleeping dying? Our protagonist wonders every night if he could die without realizing it… He fears falling asleep or rather he fears dying, or is it the same thing? After three sleepless nights, and on the verge of a heart attack, or so he thinks, he decides to see a psychologist.

Rights sold: German

Paperback / 200 x 270 mm / 264 pages / Bang Ediciones


Written by Marcos Morán and Illustrated by Artur Laperla

As everyone knows, telepaths are banned on Mars, but not on our good old Earth. Here, a third-rate telepath like Veronica Fury can make a living reading people’s minds on demand. But when, the enigmatic Baxter Blobs contacts her to ask to report the thoughts of Aldus Spice, Veronica has no idea that she is stepping into a hell of a bag of knots.

Paperback / 150 x 280 mm / 160 pages / Bang Ediciones



Written and Illustrated by Linhardt

In a remote Swedish village, Jakob, a local resident, calls all the inhabitants to a large meeting. On the agreed date, all the neighbours attend except for Jakob. Hours later, his lifeless body is found with his face disfigured and hands mutilated. Who did it?

Paperback / 240 x 170 mm / 240 pages / Bang Ediciones