Category Archives: Comics

Ofelia

written and illustrated by Max Luchini

Ofelia and her father are very hungry, but they cannot agree on the menu. Her father, a great hunter, fancies roast beef, whilst Ofelia would like to eat vegetarian. Will they manage to make a dinner that suits them both?

Comic / 190 x 260 / 40 pages / Mamut Comics 3+

My Good Star

written and illustrated by Cecila Pisos & Gastón Caba

One night, while braiding her hair, Lucia’s mother picks up a star from the sky and hangs it on Lucia’s hairstyle… Immediately, the girl and her star become inseparable! But can we really tame a star?

Comic / 165 x 200 / 32 pages / Mamut Comics

Al Final

written and illustrated by Silvia Nanclares & Miguel Brieva

When she forgets her house keys, our young heroine embarks on an amazing adventure through the power of her imagination. Filled with curiosity and courage, she discovers an imaginary world and meets the most fantastic creatures.

Paperback / 280 x 280 / 72 pages / Kokinos Editorial

Super Elo

written and illustrated by Maria Ramos

Elo loves comics but she is scared of the dark. That’s why she decided to become super Elo with the help of her cat Coco, and face her fears. She’ll quickly realize that things are not so terrible! A mix of comics and illustrated books for early readers who will discover the letters of the alphabet.

Hardback / 190 x 260 / 56 pages / Mamut Comics

Badbat

written and illustrated by Maria Ramos

Badbat is hungry and what better than blueberry muffins for dessert. That’s how our heroine met Badbat during a typical dinner when she had to finish all the vegetables.

Hardback / 165 x 220 / 31 pages / Mamut Comics

Plutocracy

written and illustrated by Abraham Martinez

Year 2051. The largest company in the world, called The Company, takes over the government on a planetary level and begins to run it as if it were a company. In a plutocracy, being richer is equivalent to having more power, there are no longer elections, but shareholders’ meetings in which the vote is based on the number of shares that each citizen owns. The government is made up of those who accumulate the most shares and everything is governed by the laws of the market, which gives rise to a curious political system. In this context, an anonymous citizen decides to investigate how the world has reached that situation beyond the official version. Without knowing very well why, members of the government itself end up encouraging him to carry out said investigation apparently against his own interests, facilitating access to all the information.

Rights Sold: English

Hardback / 200 x 270 / 144 pp / Bang Ediciones

INTRANSEXTELLAR

written and illustrated by Jimi Macías

A graphic novel of science fiction set in Madrid in the early 90’s. The author combines the codes and clichés of the genre with visual and literary quotes from various authors: from David Lynch, Almodóvar or Kunihiko Ikuhara to Wes Anderson or Haruki Murakami. The resulting story fundamentally reflects on gender roles and alludes to issues that are currently topical, such as transexuality and the visibility of LGBT families.

Comic / 220 x 290 / 216 pages / Bang Ediciones

I DON’T WANT TO BE MUM

written and illustrated by Irene Olmo

I DON’T WANT TO BE MUM is an autobiographical story about non-maternity by choice and about the situations and conflicts generated by making a decision that is still taboo for our society.

Comic / 150 x 210 / 100 pages / Bang Ediciones