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God in Cartoons by Mark Bryant. A fascinating pictorial survey of Christianity in all its aspects that was one of the Methodist Recorder’s ‘Books for Christmas’. ‘This is not just an anthology: it is an excellent primer on the Church’s issues from Genesis to Revelations, presented in a most refreshing modern accessible format…This book is so comprehensive and informative that it could almost be regarded as a non-alphabetical starter Christian dictionary…A truly distinguished book’ (European Christian Bookstore Journal). 128pp, 150 B&W cartoons, 155 x 234mm, 6.99 PB

JON's Complete Two Types by 'JON' (Foreword by Lord Cudlipp). Classic 'Desert Rat' cartoons from World War II. 'Excellent... a feast indeed' (Cartoonists' Club of Great Britain). 192pp, over 200 B&W cartoons, 40pp Introduction by 'JON', 155 x 234mm, 9.95 PB


 

Larry at War by Larry. A brilliantly funny anthology of nearly 200 new cartoons on World War II by Britain's best loved cartoonist. 'The only great silent comedian still in business' (Alan Coren). 96pp, c.200 B&W cartoons, Introduction by Larry, 148 x 210mm, 4.99 PB

Larry on Larry: My Life in Cartoons by Larry with Mark Bryant. A self-portrait in words and pictures by Britain's best loved cartoonist. 'The only great silent comedian still in business' (Alan Coren). 128pp, 200 B&W cartoons, 245 x 185mm, 7.99 PB

Dictionary of British Cartoonists & Caricaturists 1730-1980 by Mark Bryant & Simon Heneage. Biographical dictionary detailing life and work of over 500 artists from Hogarth to Matt. 'Wonderful' (George Melly), 'Erudite, comprehensive and elegantly witty' (Lord Baker of Dorking), 'A splendid guide by two experts on the subject' (Rt Hon. Michael Foot). 272pp, 150 B&W cartoons, 148 x 210mm, 55.00 HB

Dictionary of 20th-Century British Cartoonists & Caricaturists by Mark Bryant. Biographical dictionary detailing life and work of c.500 artists. 'An excellent and much-needed book...an indispensable book for all those interested in cartoon art and graphic illustration' (Lord Baker of Dorking). 272pp, 100 B&W cartoons, 162 x 240mm, 55.00 HB

Cruel Britannia by Bryan Reading. Town and country cartoons in the first collection by Bryan Reading, from Countryman, Private Eye, Punch etc. 96pp, c.100 B&W cartoons, 150 x 210mm, 4.99 PB

Illingworth’s War in Cartoons: One Hundred of his Greatest Drawings from the Daily Mail, 1939-45 (Foreword by Lord Baker). Classic Daily Mail cartoons of the Second World War. 148pp, more than 100 B&W cartoons, 252 x 190mm, 14.99 HB

Napoleonic Wars in Cartoons by Mark Bryant. The story of the Napoleonic Wars told in cartoons published at the time, using drawings from both sides160pp, 300 colour and B&W cartoons, 230 x 320mm, 18.99 HB

Wars of Empire in Cartoons by Mark Bryant. The story of the wars of the British Empire told in cartoons published at the time, using drawings from both sides. . ‘A splendid book…a feast of informative and enjoyable material’ (Military Historical Society)160pp, 300 colour and B&W cartoons, 230 x 320mm, 16.99 HB

World War I in Cartoons by Mark Bryant. The story of the First World War told in cartoons published at the time, from both the Allied and Axis points of view. ‘Wonderful’ (Times Educational Supplement). 160pp, 300 colour and B&W cartoons, 230 x320mm, 16.99 HB

World War II in Cartoons by Mark Bryant. The story of the Second World War told in cartoons published at the time, from both the Allied and Axis points of view. ‘Magnificent’ (Steve Bell). 160pp, 300 colour and B&W cartoons, 230 x320mm, 16.99 HB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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