New British Graphic Novels On Sale 2014-11 November

This list features graphic novels and collections to be released in November 2014 by British publishers that we know of. It does not include reprints of US material, unless those collections are the work of British creators. Information from publishers and fans is always welcome to keep this page (and others like it) up to date.

Please note that while these dates are those announced by the publisher or which have been sourced from booksellers and other sources, publication dates may change. In some cases, the covers featured may be provisional.


Stickleback: Number of the Beast


Written by by Ian Edginton
Art by D’Isreali, I. N. J Culbard

London, the end of the nineteenth century, Stickleback, the Pope of Crime, rules the capital’s criminal fraternity as the boss of a powerful gang of freaks, oddballs and semi-supernatural entities. But this position is far from stable and now a mysterious figure stationed on an airship soaring high above the city, is vying for power. A brutal encounter is inevitable, but one thing is for certain – live or die, Stickleback’s future is going to get a whole lot more complicated!

The Daily Dredds Volume 1



By John Wagner and Alan Grant, drawn by Ron Smith
Published: November 2014 

From 1981 to 1986 the Daily Star ran a Judge Dredd comic strip written by John Wagner and Alan Grant and illustrated by Ron Smith. Appearing in collected forms only haphazardly well over twenty years ago, this is the first time the entire collection has been reprinted and assembled in one volume, some episodes recovered thanks to Judge Dredd fans after a publisher appeal. This collection includes the daily and weekend strips.


Dark Horse

Arkwright Integral

Creator Bryan Talbot with an advance copy of Arkwright Integral

Creator Bryan Talbot with an advance copy of Arkwright Integral

by Bryan Talbot
Published: November 2014 
(the publication date is listed as 23rd October on Amazon, but Bryan tells us it might be later into the UK)

In a swirling multiverse of endless possibilities and incalculable dangers, malign forces manipulate history through countless timelines and act to wreak destruction across universes. But amongst these infinite existences, their fate depends on one man, an anomaly who exists in but a single universe, a being of vast psychic power capable of travelling between parallel realities – Luther Arkwright!

An adult science-fiction epic of boundless imagination and audacious vision, The Adventures of Luther Arkwright and Heart of Empire are brought together for the first time in one essential hardcover volume, including bonus material and an afterword by Warren Ellis.




By Rob Williams and D’Israeli

Imagine a world where everyone has superpowers. That is, except you. You are the same old turgid, miserable, lonely loser, you’ve always been. What’s needed is a return to normality, to devolve back from Superhuman to just human – and there’s only one man for the job: down-at-heal, divorced New York plumber, Michael Fisher.

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