A new chapter of Berlin: City of Light, the final volume of Jason Lutes' epic trilogy. Confronted by the hatred and fear that has begun to seep through the cracks in the Weimar Republic, Kurt Severing retreats into drink and despondency. His friends, alarmed by this self-destructive turn, make plans to intervene. Across the city, Silvia Braun has fallen in with a gang of young Communists, who are dumbstruck when she single-handedly attacks two Nazis in the street. Meanwhile, the idyllic nocturnal escapades of Marthe Muller and Anna Albrecht are shattered by a police raid on one of their favorite nightclubs, which leaves their relationship in ruins.
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Paris, have we got some excitement for you! On Tuesday, January 26th at 6:30pm, the good folks of Galerie Martel will be hosting the opening for an exhibition celebrating twenty-five years…
As 2015 nears to a close, here’s our personal Annual Best-Of List: all the books Drawn & Quarterly published this year, of course.
When we first activated the ask box on our Tumblr, I think the question we received most frequently was "When is the next issue of Berlin coming out?!" Readers, I can answer you now, and…