House Party

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House Party marks the graphic novel debut by award-winning illustrator, Rachael Smith.

House Party follows three 20-somethings, Michelle, Siobhan, and Neil, who are having trouble adapting to life in the real world since feeling like superstars at university. In an attempt to get their carefree composure and happiness back they throw a massive house party, just like they used to. Instead of reconnecting them with their younger selves, however, things go a little differently.

In a story that will resonate with the 'lost' generation, we watch Michelle, Siobhan and Neil try to move forward in lives that none of them really asked for.

Originally published in June 2014

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Broken Frontier

•Comic book website

"Rachael Smith is one of the rapidly rising stars of the British comics scene … Smith’s cartooning is energetic and expressive. Her comic timing is always spot on. And her characterisation has a darkly comedic side to it. There’s no doubt in my mind that Rachael is one of the most exciting up and coming creative voices in the small press."

Comics Beat

•Comics website and blog

"The British comics scene is in one of the healthiest places it’s ever been right now, with new projects coming from all angles, and new creators breaking onto the scene. Among them is Rachael Smith … [and] for her latest project she’s decided to up the ante and put out a graphic novel."

Forbidden Planet

•Comics retailer

"I’m willing to bet something important that it will be one of the best books of 2014."