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The Last Day of Rain #1: Dreams and Bad Decisions

The Last Day of Rain #1: Dreams and Bad Decisions

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Carol lives in London in 2091, when soaring temperatures have made clouds a distant memory. In pursuit of the dream of seeing rain again, she seeks to restore the climate of the city using nanotechnology, accompanied by IT shop owner Pepper and newcomer Art. But when her research disappears together with Art, she needs to infiltrate the underground neighbourhood where the rich shelter from the heat. In the process, she faces a family past that she'd rather have left behind.

This is the first chapter of the comic. Check out chapter two and chapter three.

Written and illustrated by Claudia Matosa, an independent author from South London. She writes and draws by hand using Notion and Clip Studio Paint. No AI image or language generators are involved.


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Intended for audiences aged 13 and up.

Format: A5, 28 pages (including cover)



Paperback: 9781739187101
eBook: 9781739187118




"Claudia’s artwork has an absolutely solid foundation in both form and colour. It’s really nice. It has a warm hand-drawn illustrative quality that you maybe find in a Nobrow or an Avery Hill book. [...] I’ve seen great work throughout the comic." - The Awesome Comics Podcast, Episode 410


"An environmentally-focussed story with sci-fi overtones that communicates the urgency of climate change fears by taking us to a future where its impact has become all the more tangible." - Andy Oliver at Broken Frontier

”I don't know about you, but I am pluviophile. I love rain, I prefer it over sunshine, and it's absolutely terrifying to imagine a place without rain. The concept to be interesting, as well as the proposed solution the characters came up with, it's one I've heard of before in real life, so I'm curious to see it implemented in this Graphic Novel.” - Jackson @ Global Comix

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