Category Archives: Comics

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


written and illustrated by Andrés Tena

Locked up in her forced solitude, Astenia witnesses the evanescence of the things that surround her, without suspecting that he is observing her and desiring he. He, who is bored with the world from which he wants to escape. Destined to meet, they will come to live a murky and destructive relationship… A story that takes us from the cruel to the sensual, the real to the dreamlike, through an astonishing graphic construction full of poetry.

Comic / 200 x 285 / 136 pages / Bang Ediciones

My Retirement

written and illustrated by Abraham Martinez

April 30, 1945: the war is definitely lost. From his bunker, Adolf Hitler organizes his escape. With all the allied spies on his heels, the dictator sets out on a long journey that takes him to the Balearic Islands and Argentina. He then witnesses all the events after the armistice: the collapse of Nazism, the dismemberment of his country, and the victory of capitalism and communism.

Comic / 170 x 240 / 120 pages / Bang Ediciones

Mamut Listo

MAMUT LISTO is a comics collection about science and scientists because without them life would be very different! Meet Carl Friedrich Gauss, Archimedes and Emmy Noether. Next Santiago Selvi Nácher.

Comic / 240 x 170 / 64 pages / Mamut Comics

Lidia and the Other Side

written and illustrated by Vicente Montalbá

Lidia is in sixth grade and leads an almost normal life. But she believes herself to be overprotected by her parents and by her friend Martin, a boy two years older than her who has always seen her as his little sister. One day, she discovers a letter from Martin explaining the reason for so much protection… Other title in the series LIDIA AND THE KINGDOM OF MUNH.

Comic / 190 x 260 / 56 pages / Mamut Comics 9+

Lola and Blue

written and illustrated by Lorenzo Montatore

Lola loves to conquer new imaginary countries, and Blu is ready to share his sister’s adventures. A cardboard box becomes a time machine or a spaceship until their parents bring them back to reality. Montatore was rising star at the Salón Internacional del Cómic de Barcelona. This is his first work for children.

Comic / 190 x 260 / 48 pages / Mamut Comics 6+

Ball-Fish Series

written by Gabriela Rubio and illustrated by Edgar Ramírez

Ball-Fish loves to change shapes. One day, when he meets someone very special, everything changes. Also in the series: BALL-FISH GROWS UP and BALL-FISH AND ROSA’S COLOURFUL LIFE. With BALL-FISH young readers will learn about shapes and forms, the future and colours.

Comic / 165 x 200 / 32 pages / Mamut Wistiti


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