• Fiction
      May 2014

      Merchant Of Venice

      by Shipra Gupta

      Among the 37 plays that Shakespeare wrote, The Merchant of Venice classified as a romantic comedy, is most remembered for its dramatic scenes and sarcastic undertone. Born and brought up in Delhi, Shipra Gupta is a writer and an amateur photographer. She pursued Master's in Mathematics from Hindu College, Delhi University. As fate would have it, numbers converted into words and she started working as a freelance content writer in 2010. This is her first book and she continues to work for websites as a content developer, also pursuing her passion for street photography.. Basically her flair for English language and her interest in the subject, both culminated into this marvellous piece of work. The Merchant of Venice is a story of two friends-Antonio and Bassanio, as well as Shylock, a shrewd, Jewish moneylender; herein has been skillfully abridged by the author and artistically presented in the form of a Graphic Novel

    • Fiction
      May 2016

      Shivers

      Comics Anthology

      by Andik Prayogo, Yudhanegara Nyoman, Nan-Nan

      Shivers is a comics anthology created by a number of talented Indonesia comics artists. It contains 6 thrillers and horror/mistery comics with superb artworks. 1. Reunion-Revival-Requiem, created by Andik Prayogo and Felix Setiawan, is a mistery comic trilogy about a young boy who experienced a series of unfortunate events, caused by misterious beings. 2. Kris, created by Yudhanegara Nyoman and Aloysius Alfa, tells the adventure of two young ghosthunters, 3. Midnight Visitor, created by Nan-Nan, is a horror comic which tells about the misterious visitor who often comes to new-moms. 4. Freudian, by Yudhanegara Nyoman and Bening Andyani, tells a story about the journey of young college students that ended tragically, caused by winning a bottle cap lottery.

    • Fiction

      The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye (New 2019 Hardcover)

      Winner of the Eisner Award for Best Writer/Artist 2017

      by Sonny Liew

      'The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye is a biography showcasing the life and work of Chan Hock Chye, a pioneering but largely forgotten comics artist in Singapore. With a career spanning more than five decades, from pre-independent Singapore through its three Prime Ministers, Chan’s work reflects the changing political and economic environment in Singapore. Containing Chan’s original illustrations, paintings and sketches, this is a groundbreaking work and labour of love aimed at recapturing the portrait of an artist, whose deep passion for comics and country is given a fitting tribute by award-winning comics artist Sonny Liew.

    • Fiction
      November 2012

      USNA: The United States of North America

      by Harry Kalensky (author), David Longworth (author), Allan Stanleigh (author), Dave Casey (artist),

      A time in the future. Canada and the US have amalgamated into a new country. The people are unhappy. This is the story of the rebellion.

    • Graphic novels

      The Mysterious Mythology of the Metamorphosis

      by Owen Waldschlagel

      The story begins within and without the experience of the birth of a caterpillar. Descriptive transmutations occur immediately as the caterpillar larva, pupa and imago attributes acquire anthropomorphic insights into the physical natural world and the spiritual mythologies. The catalyst elements of fire and water instigate a sequence of events which change the natural life within and without the caterpillar. The stable elements of air and earth are the backdrop of his life’s journey where he encounters pedagogic anthropomorphic illustrated characters. They are from the natural and mythological worlds and they guide him through the fates towards his destiny. A formidable destiny it is to overcome the crashing and burning of the phoenix and the conflagration of the earth. He achieves this through the creation of elemental balance by becoming through transmogrification the water dragon that originates waters source. The story is illustrated accurately with 80 vividly animated depictions of the interacting characters and their constantly changing world. The reader will be taken on a non-stop physical journey which will visually and intellectually develop into a mythological end result. As Dr. Tiné said to Casey, “Hang on, we’re going for a ride.”

    • Graphic novels

      Clive of India

      by Richard Kelly

      Clive of India is based on the true story of Robert Clive of India. It details his exploits while leading British forces, including his daring escape from a French-occupied fort, his eventual rise to Major and Captain, and several sieges he won with varying degrees of casualty. Robert Clive was more than just a soldier; Clive of India also tells the story of his courtship and eventual marriage to Margaret Maskelyne, sister to astronomer Nevil Maskelyne. With great character support in a group of soldiers with whom Clive escapes the besieged city of Madras, Clive of India gives insight into the first Baron of Clive and his forays onto the Indian battlefield and the troubles and politics of the British forces during the 18th century.

    • Teaching, Language & Reference

      West Coast Reins

      by Beverley Bassett Broad

      Book 1 of a historical saga based on a true story. How this book came to be written is a spooky story in itself. The author believes that 'an angel on her shoulder ' wrote it!

    • Children's & YA

      Fools' Gold

      by Beverley Bassett Broad

      The second book in a 4 book historical and romantic adventure Saga which covers the true story of the loss of the General Grant and her cargo of gold in the Auckland Islands in the 1860's

    • Graphic novels
      August 2014

      Trodds Lane

      A Psychological Thriller

      by Nick Roteman

      He hadn't meant to kill Pete, but he found the experience was exhilarating and sexually arousing. nothing would come in the way of his pursuit of money, not even his girlfriend's son. She desperately need a job and sex, and through the library manager she hoped to find both. She was a pretty 23 year old, with long wild hair and green eyes. Unfortunately being autistic meant in her case she possessed little understanding of the world around her. She had few friends so when Pete goes missing she searches desperately for him. Only she realised he is dead, but as the body count mounts she is unable to convince the police. He is a dangerous psychotic, ruthless, but with a deadly secret he must kill to protect. She knows who he is, he knows who she is. Fighting to overcome her her difficulties she must risk more than just her life to set a trap for him. the race is on.

    • Fiction
      June 2010

      Baratayuda vol. 1

      The Misterious Hunter

      by Andik Prayogo & Afif Numbo

      Baratayuda is an adaptation of classical wayang story of Mahabharata which is tailored specifically for children. The story goes around a twin named Jaras and Asoka whose best friend named Irawan, the son of Raden Arjuna. But their friendship leads to the great war of Baratayuda, a war between the Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. The great war of Baratayuda story uses the point of view of the children from Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. Since some parts of the original story contain unsuitable content for children, Baratayuda adapted the story and make it more child-friendly without changing the main storyline which is based on the original wayang stories. This comic has achieved 2 (two) prestigious awards from Indonesian Comic Award 2011, as best story writer and best comic for children.

    • Fiction
      November 2010

      Baratayuda vol. 2

      Irawan vs Gatotkaca

      by Andik Prayogo & Afif Numbo

      Baratayuda is an adaptation of classical wayang story of Mahabharata which is tailored specifically for children. The story goes around a twin named Jaras and Asoka whose best friend named Irawan, the son of Raden Arjuna. But their friendship leads to the great war of Baratayuda, a war between the Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. The great war of Baratayuda story uses the point of view of the children from Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. Since some parts of the original story contain unsuitable content for children, Baratayuda adapted the story and make it more child-friendly without changing the main storyline which is based on the original wayang stories. This comic has achieved 2 (two) prestigious awards from Indonesian Comic Award 2011, as best story writer and best comic for children.

    • Fiction
      December 2010

      Baratayuda vol. 3

      The Wedding of Abimanyu

      by Andik Prayogo & Afif Numbo

      Baratayuda is an adaptation of classical wayang story of Mahabharata which is tailored specifically for children. The story goes around a twin named Jaras and Asoka whose best friend named Irawan, the son of Raden Arjuna. But their friendship leads to the great war of Baratayuda, a war between the Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. The great war of Baratayuda story uses the point of view of the children from Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. Since some parts of the original story contain unsuitable content for children, Baratayuda adapted the story and make it more child-friendly without changing the main storyline which is based on the original wayang stories. This comic has achieved 2 (two) prestigious awards from Indonesian Comic Award 2011, as best story writer and best comic for children.

    • Fiction
      March 2011

      Baratayuda vol. 4

      Midnight Rendezvous

      by Andik Prayogo & Afif Numbo

      Baratayuda is an adaptation of classical wayang story of Mahabharata which is tailored specifically for children. The story goes around a twin named Jaras and Asoka whose best friend named Irawan, the son of Raden Arjuna. But their friendship leads to the great war of Baratayuda, a war between the Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. The great war of Baratayuda story uses the point of view of the children from Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. Since some parts of the original story contain unsuitable content for children, Baratayuda adapted the story and make it more child-friendly without changing the main storyline which is based on the original wayang stories. This comic has achieved 2 (two) prestigious awards from Indonesian Comic Award 2011, as best story writer and best comic for children.

    • Fiction
      June 2011

      Baratayuda vol. 5

      The Messenger

      by Andik Prayogo & Afif Numbo

      Baratayuda is an adaptation of classical wayang story of Mahabharata which is tailored specifically for children. The story goes around a twin named Jaras and Asoka whose best friend named Irawan, the son of Raden Arjuna. But their friendship leads to the great war of Baratayuda, a war between the Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. The great war of Baratayuda story uses the point of view of the children from Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. Since some parts of the original story contain unsuitable content for children, Baratayuda adapted the story and make it more child-friendly without changing the main storyline which is based on the original wayang stories. This comic has achieved 2 (two) prestigious awards from Indonesian Comic Award 2011, as best story writer and best comic for children.

    • Fiction
      December 2011

      Baratayuda vol. 6

      Baladewa

      by Andik Prayogo & Afif Numbo

      Baratayuda is an adaptation of classical wayang story of Mahabharata which is tailored specifically for children. The story goes around a twin named Jaras and Asoka whose best friend named Irawan, the son of Raden Arjuna. But their friendship leads to the great war of Baratayuda, a war between the Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. The great war of Baratayuda story uses the point of view of the children from Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. Since some parts of the original story contain unsuitable content for children, Baratayuda adapted the story and make it more child-friendly without changing the main storyline which is based on the original wayang stories. This comic has achieved 2 (two) prestigious awards from Indonesian Comic Award 2011, as best story writer and best comic for children.

    • Fiction
      January 2012

      Baratayuda vol. 7

      Fighting Over Lord Salya

      by Andik Prayogo & Afif Numbo

      Baratayuda is an adaptation of classical wayang story of Mahabharata which is tailored specifically for children. The story goes around a twin named Jaras and Asoka whose best friend named Irawan, the son of Raden Arjuna. But their friendship leads to the great war of Baratayuda, a war between the Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. The great war of Baratayuda story uses the point of view of the children from Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. Since some parts of the original story contain unsuitable content for children, Baratayuda adapted the story and make it more child-friendly without changing the main storyline which is based on the original wayang stories. This comic has achieved 2 (two) prestigious awards from Indonesian Comic Award 2011, as best story writer and best comic for children.

    • Fiction
      June 2012

      Baratayuda vol. 8

      Heading to Kurusetra

      by Andik Prayogo & Afif Numbo

      Baratayuda is an adaptation of classical wayang story of Mahabharata which is tailored specifically for children. The story goes around a twin named Jaras and Asoka whose best friend named Irawan, the son of Raden Arjuna. But their friendship leads to the great war of Baratayuda, a war between the Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. The great war of Baratayuda story uses the point of view of the children from Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. Since some parts of the original story contain unsuitable content for children, Baratayuda adapted the story and make it more child-friendly without changing the main storyline which is based on the original wayang stories. This comic has achieved 2 (two) prestigious awards from Indonesian Comic Award 2011, as best story writer and best comic for children.

    • Fiction
      September 2012

      Baratayuda vol. 9

      Bagawad Gita

      by Andik Prayogo & Afif Numbo

      Baratayuda is an adaptation of classical wayang story of Mahabharata which is tailored specifically for children. The story goes around a twin named Jaras and Asoka whose best friend named Irawan, the son of Raden Arjuna. But their friendship leads to the great war of Baratayuda, a war between the Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. The great war of Baratayuda story uses the point of view of the children from Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. Since some parts of the original story contain unsuitable content for children, Baratayuda adapted the story and make it more child-friendly without changing the main storyline which is based on the original wayang stories. This comic has achieved 2 (two) prestigious awards from Indonesian Comic Award 2011, as best story writer and best comic for children.

    • Fiction
      March 2013

      Baratayuda vol. 10

      First Day of Baratayuda

      by Andik Prayogo & Afif Numbo

      Baratayuda is an adaptation of classical wayang story of Mahabharata which is tailored specifically for children. The story goes around a twin named Jaras and Asoka whose best friend named Irawan, the son of Raden Arjuna. But their friendship leads to the great war of Baratayuda, a war between the Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. The great war of Baratayuda story uses the point of view of the children from Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. Since some parts of the original story contain unsuitable content for children, Baratayuda adapted the story and make it more child-friendly without changing the main storyline which is based on the original wayang stories. This comic has achieved 2 (two) prestigious awards from Indonesian Comic Award 2011, as best story writer and best comic for children.

    • Fiction
      June 2013

      Baratayuda vol. 11

      Antareja

      by Andik Prayogo & Afif Numbo

      Baratayuda is an adaptation of classical wayang story of Mahabharata which is tailored specifically for children. The story goes around a twin named Jaras and Asoka whose best friend named Irawan, the son of Raden Arjuna. But their friendship leads to the great war of Baratayuda, a war between the Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. The great war of Baratayuda story uses the point of view of the children from Pandawa clan and Kurawa clan. Since some parts of the original story contain unsuitable content for children, Baratayuda adapted the story and make it more child-friendly without changing the main storyline which is based on the original wayang stories. This comic has achieved 2 (two) prestigious awards from Indonesian Comic Award 2011, as best story writer and best comic for children.

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