Centrala are a publishing house originally based in Poland, specialising in comics since 2007.

Our authors include Chester Brown, Sara Colaone, Howard Cruse, Anke Feuchtenberger, Tom Gauld, Line Hoven, Lucie Lomová, Luke Pearson, Bastien Vives, Jay Wright and Alexandar Zograf.

We live in three cities: Poznan, Berlin, and now also London, where we started our publishing activity in March 2014.

Centrala: Every Book Matters

For us, comics means beautifully published, well written, and exceptionally drawn literature.
A picture of life in a solid frame.

Highlight Of the Comiket 

Francisco Sánchez & Natacha Bustos: Chernobyl: The Zone

“Sometimes a book just hits a chord with you. It has an impact from the first few pages, crying out with both emotion and quality. These books don’t come around too often, but Chernobyl – The Zone hit me like a claw hammer.” –Antony Esmond downthetubes.net

"Chernobyl: The Zone" a graphic novel Francisco Sánchez & Natacha Bustos published by Centrala | Comica Comiket Spring 2016
"Adventures on a Desert Island" a graphic novel by Maciej Sieńczyk: published by Centrala | Comica Comiket Spring 2016

Highlight Of the Comiket 

Maciej Sieńczyk: Adventures on a Desert Island

“With deliberately stiff and posed figurework and a use of color that is at once garish and unintuitive, Sienczyk’s book is by far the most daring and weirdest of Centrala’s offerings.” –Rob Clough The Comics Journal

Highlight Of the Comiket 

Till Lukat: Tuff Ladies

A glimpse into the ordinary to the insane everyday lives of TUFF LADIES throughout the ages. This book is a collection of stories from extraordinary women who had something worth fighting for.

From the Samurai and gunslingers of the wild west to a girl who makes her stand against the Taliban. These ladies will break your heart or your nose and they definitely break all the rules.

"Tuff Ladies" graphic short stories by Till Lukat, publsihed by Centrala | Comica Comiket Spring 2016
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