Category Archives: Comics

Gino Bartali’s Secret

Written and illustrated by Kike Ibáñez

His heart was beating like never before, he was sweating more than usual although it was not due to physical effort. He was scared, he was scared that the soldiers would search the bike and discover his secret.  Fortunately, they just wanted his autograph and the cyclist was saved again. This is the story of Gino Bartali. A Tuscan who won his first Giro d’Italia in 1936 at the age of twenty-two. He had a promising future but Benito Mussolini used sport as propaganda in favor of the regime, that’s why he forced Bartali to compete in the Tour of 1938. The outbreak of WWII ended all sports competitions, but Gino kept on training and his mission was to cycle from Florence to Assisi where the safe-passage papers were printed.  From Assisi, hidden in his bicycle, Bartali carried the documents, stopped only to sign dedications. Thanks to thousands of kilometers over a bicycle, Gino managed to save lives, almost eight hundred and most of them children. He was a talent born in the right time.

Hardback / 200 x 260 / 40 pp / Bang Ediciones 

Claudio and Lucía Against The Agency Fake

Written by Max Vento and Illustrated Cristina Broquetas

Tom with his faithful dog, Hamlet, accompanies his father to New York for work. But Tom is far from imagining that his father has a surprise in store for him. There, he is introduced to his father’s girlfriend who also has a daughter Tom’s age, Lucia.

The two teenagers, despite their differences, become friends and embark on an incredible adventure.

Hardback / 190cm x 260cm / 88 pages / Mamut Comics

Tech Girls

Written and Illustrated by Gómez

The day Lucky disappears, Ada, Oli and Kat are thrust on a journey to Mars that will test their courage and powers of invention! Will they be able to save Lucky in time?

Join the Tech Girls, Ada, Oli and Kat, three fantastic inventors, and Algorithm the robot as they embark on their most important adventure yet!

Hardback / 190cm x 250cm / 80 pages / NubeOcho

Pizzapopotamno

Written and Illustrated by Leo Arias

A purple hippo prepares tasty pizzas and sends them to his customers’ homes with the help of a speedy white rabbit.

But the rabbit’s path is full of unusual situations that greatly complicate his mission. Eventually he finds himself at the edge of a gloomy and dark forest that he has to cross to deliver his order…

Hardback / 190 cm x 260cm / 40 pages / Mamut Comics

Zonia and the Fire

Written and Illustrated by Fer Calvi

An Amazon tribe tribe must abandon their village because of a dangerous, fast- approaching fire. Zonia, a girl who dreams of becoming a warrior the likes of which the grandmothers of the tribe tell tales about, does not understand why they need to flee.

She believes they should fight!

Hardback / 190 x 260 cm / 56 pages / Mamut Comics

Lets Go!

Written and Illustrated by Marta Cunill

When three bird friends decide that they have had enough of migrating, they choose to stay up north. But as winter settles in, cold and hunger follow. After trying everything, from winter coats to hibernating, they realise that they have no choice but to migrate.  When they finally arrive, they are in for a surprise… A charming book that introduces the theme of birds and migration.

Rights sold: English (North America), French, Spanish and Catalan

hardback  / 165×220 cm / 32 pages / Bang Ediciones

Tin Brother

Written and Illustrated by Yaniv Shimony

 

Gidi’s life is miserable. The school bullies won’t stop harassing him, the girl he likes doesn’t seem to notice him and all his parents talk about all day is his new baby sister. If anything, Gidi needs a big brother! But one day he stumbles across something in the scrap yard of old Adler, and then all the sudden, the bullies are scared of HIM. 

Hardback / 165 x 260 cm / 98 pages / Kinneret Comics

Anunnaki

written and illustrated by Vicente Montalbá

Nibiruis a planet inhabited by anthropomorphic reptiles about four meters tall: the Anunnaki. This gigantic planet has such a huge orbit around our sun that it takes several thousands of Earth years to complete it. At some point it passes close to Earth. And that moment is getting closer.

Comic / 215 x 295 / 112 pages / Bang Ediciones

American Dream

written and illustrated by Bazil

American Dream is piece of dark and absurd humour. A real satire of North American society about the situation of the first native Americans who were colonised and sent to reserves and stripped of their own land. A book that also looks at the gap between deep America and its big cities in particular as regards to their perception of homosexuality, patriarchy and racism. Coming in 2021 LIPANDA about the independence of Congo.

Comic / 200 x 270 / 184 pages / Bang Ediciones

The Wolf in the Moon

written and illustrated by Pamela Wehrhahne & Hernán Smicht

They say that since the dawn of time, a ferocious and implacable wolf has been watching over the moon, which houses in its bosom all the terrors of the world… But what would happen if its guardian failed in his mission? A modern fable that evokes, through an animal myth, the main themes of human history: fear, hope, imagination…

Comic / 200 x 260 / 56 pages / Bang Ediciones