Comic Books

Transreality

What makes us human? Our body? Our mind? Our experiences?

Imagine a universe where no one dies. The human mind is a digital program that can be copied, saved and reprogrammed. The idea of self and identity are completely redefined. This is the world of Transreality.

Transreality is a graphic novel by Chris Lackey that tells the story of James Watson, a man living his everyday life in 2013 Yorkshire…or so he thinks. As this futuristic story unfolds, James discovers a universe of splintered cultures, artificial intelligences, uplifted animals and virtual worlds. James explores his new universe, his place in it and what it means to be human.

Transreality is a 128 page, full colour, soft-cover graphic novel.

Find out more about it here!

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deadbeats

On the run from the mob, a trio of 1920’s Chicago Jazz musicians take a job from an elderly reverend, playing for what they think is his wife’s funeral in the backwoods of Illinois. Unfortunately, the funeral is actually an elaborate cult ritual to raise the spirit of an evil sorcerer who swiftly begins raising the dead and terrorising the innocent townsfolk. With monsters, moonshiners and mobsters on their trail, the friends must draw upon their various talents to stop this evil, save the townspeople and escape with their lives.

Deadbeats was written by Chad Fifer and Chris Lackey, with artwork by I.N.J. Culbard.

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lovecraft2This collection reveals the nightmare worlds of Lovecraft’s imagination, exploring themes of forbidden knowledge and insanity in tale after tale of unsettling horror. Building on the success of the first volume, it showcases the talents of a new roster of writers and artists including Pat Mills and Attila Futaki (‘The Nameless City’), Ben Dickson and Mick McMahon (‘The Picture in the House’), Jamie Delano, Steve Pugh (‘Pickman’s Model’), and Chris Lackey (‘The Temple’.)

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