VerityFair Part 1

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March 2013

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A slightly twisted soap opera with the merest dash of X-Files, VerityFair tells the story of Verity Bourneville, a 40-something semi-talented actress and full-time extrovert, in her quest for success and a good night’s sleep.

“An exhilarating comedy-drama...”
–– Q Magazine

• A SEQUENTIAL Essential

This book collects together almost 100 pages of comics comprising the whole of
VerityFair Part 1 – Chapters 1, 2 and 3 published between May 2010 and November 2011.

Almost every comics page has audio commentary recorded by Terry Wiley exclusively for the SEQUENTIAL version.
VerityFair Part 1 is supplemented by a whole host of extras including sketches and artwork, seven strips and stories including Sleaze Castle and Surreal School Stories, and an exclusive interview with Terry Wiley.

Terry Wiley is the artist behind
Sleaze Castle and is the best British comics artist you may never have heard of. With a tight-knit and dedicated group of admirers from within the comics community and others in the know, Terry has been described as “an unheralded star”, “astonishingly brilliant”, and the creator of “magnificent, funny, perfect comics”.

“Terry Wiley’s
VerityFair is a great series, full of everything that always made his comics such a joy for me; packed with character (and characters), colourful language (even more colourful behaviour), a great cast and above all a sense that these are genuine, people, real people.” – Richard Bruton, Forbidden Planet

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Bryan Talbot

•Author of Grandville

“I've followed Terry Wiley's strips for decades… and, quite frankly, nobody else produces comic stories that are anywhere similar to his. They are unique, well-crafted, character-driven comics, filled with humour, incident and emotion.”

Paul Gravett

•Comics journalist and curator

“Look out, Verity Bourneville doesn't so much break 'the fourth wall' to address you directly, as demolish it and grab you to join her and her mates for all sort of escapades inside the panels.”

Q Magazine

•UK music and culture magazine

"An exhilarating comedy-drama... If this were a TV sitcom, the audacious, ebullient Bourneville would be hailed as an era-defining character up there with Liz Lemon from 30 Rock or Ab Fab's Edina. VerityFair is one of the best of today's comedies – in any medium."