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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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