It’s funny and elegant and disturbing.’ — Slate reviews Pachyderme by Frederik Peeters
Peeters’ tale of self-discovery is enthralling; in the author’s hands, Cold War paranoia and thoughtfully subverted realist art provides commentary on other kinds of secrets, other kinds of betrayals and the conflict between duty and need. — Publishers Weekly on Pachyderme by Frederik Peeters
In May, SelfMadeHero will be publishing The Good Inn, a book penned by Pixies’ Black Francis and the band’s biographer Josh Frank, with art by The Guardian's Steven Appleby. Read more here.
A story with a raw honesty that demands attention. — Broken Frontier reviews Room For Love by ILYA
Glyn Dillon’s copy of Aama Vol. 1, signed and sketched by Frederik Peeters at Thought Bubble
Room For Love bookplates have arrived! Reminder: Launch party at Gosh! Comics this Friday. See you there! More info here.
A wry and likeable tale. — The Guardian reviews The Park by Oscar Zarate here
A book plate designed by Mark Stafford for The Man Who Laughs (with David Hine). Coming soon to a convention and comic shop near you.
Dramatic artwork, an engrossing story, an interesting central issue worthy of debate: most graphic novels strive to provide one of these elements, but The Park excels at all three. — The List on Oscar Zarate’s The Park
Something beautiful just arrived! Aama Vol. 1 by Frederik Peeters.
The Park by Oscar Zarate will be launched at Daunt Books Hampstead on Thursday 24th October. If you’re coming, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or join the event on Facebook.
'Prudhomme re-creates the music deftly, using small panels that echo the darkness, the closeness, of the cafés while also filling them with movement.' — LA Times on Rebetiko