Celebrate all that's good about British comics with a particularly fabulous prize - one of five monster bundles of what we think are the best graphic novels around.
Each winner will take home a set of eight brilliant titles, from a selection of:
- Taste of Chlorine, by Bastien Vives
- Salem Brownstone: All Along the Watchtower, by John Harris Dunning and Nikhil Singh
- Commando 50 Years: A Home for Heroes, by George Low
- Hellraisers: The Life and Inebriated Times of Richard Burton, Richard Harris, Peter O'Toole and Oliver Reed, by Robert Sellers and JAKe
- Habibi, by Craig Thompson
- Turf, by Jonathan Ross
- The Death Ray, by Daniel Clowes
- The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini and Fabio Celoni
- Supergods, by Grant Morrison
Read an exclusive extract from graphic novel auteur Grant Morrison's autobiography/treatise Supergods right here.
Every one of these is a paragon of its genre, from the lavishly gothic weirdness of Salem Brownstone to the stirring heroism of the Commando tales, by way of the contemplative Kite Runner.
To be in with a shot of winning this magnificent prize, all you have to do is answer the question below:
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