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Bad Island is an extraordinary, unsettling document: a silent species-history in eighty frames, a mute future archive. I can imagine it discovered in the remnants of a civilisation; a set of runes found amid the ruins. Stark in its lines and dark in its vision, Bad Island reads you more than you read it., Robert Macfarlane

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From cult graphic designer Stanley Donwood, a starkly beautiful graphic novel about the end of the world.

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