SEQUENTIAL Goes European!
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Up to 70% off Selected Titles

SEQUENTIAL is celebrating Europe's biggest comics festival.

(Sale prices end Monday night.)

Angoulême is largest and most important comics festival in Europe, perhaps the world, and to celebrate the festival we've put together a selection of European graphic novels translated into English + those which which have won or been nominated for top prizes at the festival.  

You simply can't go wrong with any of these graphic novels.

Our most highly-recommended European graphic novel? Easy. Pinocchio by Winshluss was the winner of the most prestigious prize a book can receive at Angoulême: the Jury Prize for Best Book. And it's now 70% off until Monday night!

Below are a few of the titles on offer – see here for the rest, or go straight to the app here.

70% off the print price! Just $7.99 / €7.99 / £5.99
Over 25%% off
the print price + expanded features!

Winner: Best Series, Angoulême International Comics Festival 2013

“Peeters’ sci-fi has a clear vision and is told well, there’s no padding, there’s just good storytelling.” – Geek Native
At least 30% off 
the print price!

Nominated for the Grand Prize at Angoulême

“By turns touching, frightening and strangely believable. It's a low key SF-gem with heart.” – SFX Magazine
At least 40% off
the print price + exclusive expanded features.

Winner of the Best Book (Public Prize) at the Angoulême Comics Festival, 2008
“Affectionately tongue-in-cheek, blatantly less than accurate, riotously hyperbolic and totally absorbing.” – Broken Frontier
Over 70% off
the print price!

“Moreau’s artwork is splendid throughout, a perfect match for Lupano’s changes from high drama to absurdist farce, from laugh out loud comedic silliness to the sad and tragic.” – Forbidden Planet
Over 35% off
the print price!

Art by Kerascoët
“The plot fairly gallops in this naughty adult soap opera … [Those] who like outrageous plot twists and offbeat characters should enjoy this romp.” – Library Journal
A suspenseful spicy tale as only the French could get away with.
At least 30% off
the print price!

Nominated for the Grand Prize at Angoulême
“Quietly beautiful, it’s a book about politics. But it’s also a book about family and a book about love. A love letter in book form, if you like. And something to love.” – The Glasgow Herald
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