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Cochlea & Eustachia

Cochlea & Eustachia

Continuing from critically-acclaimed 1st Volume published by Fantagrphics Books. Cochlea & Eustachia meet up with their ally, Fronky in this new adventure. This issue collects the first 32 pages of the story thus far. The next issue will be up very soon!

Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Missing Martian

Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Missing Martian

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A Tale of a Thousand and One Nights: HASIB & the Queen of Serpents

A Tale of a Thousand and One Nights: HASIB & the Queen of Serpents

Heir to the wise Daniel, Hâsib is a young woodcutter promised to a great future. When his greedy companions abandon him in the middle of the forest, he meets the Queen of the serpents. She then tells her story, a fabulous adventure filled with gods and demons, princes and prophets. We find Prince Janshah madly in love with Shamsa, the bird woman of King Solomon. Love and perjury, epic battles and giant spiders ensue... From Kabul to Cairo, journeys intertwine with intrigues and spiritual quests while the fabulous nights follow one another. An enchanting and intricately designed interpretation of the story of Hâsib Karîm ad-Dîm, through which fragment of the giant tale David B. opens us the gates of the Thousand and One Nights. For mature readers.

We'll Soon Be Home Again

We'll Soon Be Home Again

The testimonies of six real survivors of the Holocaust are portrayed in comics, illustrating the persecutions in the Ghetto, the dehumanization in the concentration camps, and the industrial-scale mass murder taking place in the extermination camps. These survivors were children then, and are still alive to tell what happened to them and their families. How they survived. What they lost—and how you keep on living, despite it all. From frequent Mike Mignola collaborator Peter Bergting (Joe Golem, Baltimore).
Genre: Literature

Cuisine Chinoise: Five Tales of Food and Life

Cuisine Chinoise: Five Tales of Food and Life

From the mind of prodigy cartoonist Zao Dao comes Cuisine Chinoise: Tales of Food and Life, featured here in English for the first time! From insects looking for a meal made of ghosts to a man named Yuzi whose passion for cooking is the only hope of maintaining a family legacy, these wonderfully illustrated stories explore the rich and humorous lives of the characters within. This volume showcases the wonderful relationship between Chinese folklore and culture and food! The first work of esteemed cartoonist Zao Dao translated into English. Beautifully Illustrated book of Chinese culture through cuisine.

A Radical Shift of Gravity

A Radical Shift of Gravity

The world is changing. Gravity, a force everyone takes for granted, has begun to disappear. As a young journalist, Noah spends his days documenting the wondrous and terrifying shifts in the world around him. But Noah's life is changing, too. Falling in love and raising a rebellious daughter adds new meaning to life in this mysterious floating world. As he covers the invention of new sports, interviews experts, and even journeys into space, each experience shapes how Noah views the world and, in turn, his relationship with his family. And as his daughter grows older, Noah faces the challenge every parent dreads and dreams of: letting go.

Hobo Mom

Hobo Mom

A cross-Atlantic collaboration, Hobo Mom was drawn simultaneously. Both cartoonists’ clean line styles fit together perfectly to tell the story of Tom, who lives a simple life with his pre-teen daughter, Sissy. Her mother, Natasha, who left to hop trains and has become a vagrant, shows up on the doorstep of the family she abandoned years ago. There, Natasha finds an upset husband (who is still deeply in love with her), and a little girl yearning for a mother. Can someone who covets independence settle down?

BTTM FDRS

BTTM FDRS

Once a thriving working class neighborhood on Chicago’s south side, the “Bottomyards” is now the definition of urban blight. When an aspiring fashion designer named Darla and her image-obsessed friend, Cynthia, descend upon the neighborhood in search of cheap rent, they soon discover something far more seductive and sinister lurking behind the walls of their new home. Like a cross between Jordan Peele’s Get Out and John Carpenter’s The Thing, Daniels and Passmore’s BTTM FDRS (pronounced “bottomfeeders”) offers a vision of horror that is gross and gory in all the right ways. At turns funny, scary, and thought provoking, it unflinchingly confronts the monsters―both metaphoric and real―that are displacing cultures in urban neighborhoods today.

Tonta

Tonta

Hot off the heels of Hernandez's last graphic novel masterpiece, Is This How You Seem?, comes Tonta, a stand-alone graphic novel that shines a light on the family tree of one of Hernandez's most memorable characters of the past several years, the teenaged Tonta. Though a self-styled loner, Tonta is forced to confront her fractured and damaged family history during a weekend stay with her half-sister, Vivian. While visiting, Tonta's stepfather is shot a home during a botched burglary, which leads to the discovery of family secrets that require Tonta to confront some unpleasant truths that she's previously managed to suppress or remain ignorant of.

Is This How You See Me?

Is This How You See Me?

Maggie and Hopey leave their significant others at home and take a weekend road trip to go to a punk scene reunion in their old neighborhood. Threaded throughout are flashbacks to 1979, during the formative stages in their lifelong relationship, as the perceived invincibility of youth is juxtaposed against all of the love, heartbreak, and self-awareness that comes with lives actually lived. Serialized over the past four years in Love and Rockets: New Stories and the new comic book series, Is This How You See Me? collects Hernandez’s unsentimental, long-form masterpiece together for the first time.

The Red Mother with Child

The Red Mother with Child

In Mali in Africa, a red Mother with Child, a 14th century African sculpture, is saved from the destructive madness of Islamists by Alou, a young honey hunter. In the company of other migrants, sisters and brothers of misfortune, Alou goes all out to reach Europe. His goal and his obsession: entrust the precious statuette to the Louvre Museum! An epic adventure, touching upon the burning worldwide issue of refugees and immigration, in the ever-expanding Louvre collection commissioning graphic novels from leading world artists to spin tales around the famous museum.

Rivers of London: Water Weed

Rivers of London: Water Weed

Spring Breakers meets Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels on the banks of the Thames! When two of the less well-behaved River goddesses, Chelsea and Olympia, decide to earn a few quid on the side, Peter and Bev find themselves drawn into a sordid cannabis-smuggling operation, controlled by London's new queenpin of crime – the brutal and beautiful Hoodette!

Rivers of London: Action at a Distance

Rivers of London: Action at a Distance

Rivers of London begins a new story from creator Ben Aaronovitch.The secret history of Nightingale is revealed for the first time, as wizarding cop, Peter Grant uncovers his mentor’s occult service in World War II!

Heartbreak Soup

Heartbreak Soup

Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2012, Love and Rockets is finally being digitally released in its most accessible form yet: As a series of compact, thick, affordable, mass-market volumes that present the whole story in perfect chronological order. This volume collects the first half of Gilbert Hernandez's acclaimed magical-realist tales of "Palomar," the small Central American town, beginning with the groundbreaking "Sopa de Gran Pena" (which introduces most of his main cast of characters as children, plus the imposing newcomer Luba), and continuing on through such modern-day classics as "Ecce Homo," "Act of Contrition," "Duck Feet," and the great love story "For the Love of Carmen.""The Love and Rockets Vol. 1 reprints may be my favorite publishing project of the last five years, and there are a lot of fine projects going on... the smaller, bargain-priced volumes [are] the perfect vehicle for that material, the best comics series of all time." -- Tom Spurgeon, The Comics Reporter.

Beneficio

Beneficio

Not so long ago, humankind did not move as widely as it does today. Few left their native village, and people were left to wonder what lay beyond the next hill or valley. But life was full of storytellers, folklore, performers, nature. These days anyone can buy a ticket to the other side of the world, but what is the purpose? What are we seeking? This poetic work seeks evasive answers to the questions we have all asked ourselves about the mysteries of modern life.
Genre: Literature

Loverboys

Loverboys

An all-new graphic novel from Pen Center USA Award winner, Gilbert Hernandez! Welcome to Lagrimas, a small south-of-the-border town where young men who consider themselves "loverboys" constantly hit on the ladies, but get shot down most of the time--until one begins an affair with the woman who used to be his seventh grade teacher! As their torrid romance unfolds, three young girls plot to poison the town's populace, just so they won't have to listen to their parents or teachers anymore. It's a passionate--and sometimes comical--tale, as only the celebrated cocreator of Love and Rockets can deliver!

Oz: The Complete Collection - Wonderful Wizard/Marvelous Land

Oz: The Complete Collection - Wonderful Wizard/Marvelous Land

Collects The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (2008) #1-8, The Marvelous Land of Oz (2009) #1-8.The premier American fantasy adventure gets the Merry Marvel treatment! Eric Shanower and Skottie Young's Eisner Award-winning adaptations of L. Frank Baum's Oz books begin with the beloved tale of Kansas farm girl Dorothy, blown by a tornado to the magical Land of Oz. Dorothy fatally flattens a wicked witch, liberates a living scarecrow and is hailed by the munchkins as a great sorceress - but all she really wants is to get home! Then join the young boy named Tip as he escapes the servitude of mean old witch Mombi and runs away with his newly created magical companion, Jack Pumpkinhead. Along the way, they meet Sawhorse - and follow the legendary Yellow Brick Road to the Emerald City!

Bad Houses

Bad Houses

Lives intersect in the most unexpected ways when teenagers Anne and Lewis cross paths at an estate sale in sleepy Failin, Oregon. Failin was once a thriving logging community. Now the town's businesses are crumbling, its citizens bitter and disaffected. Anne and Lewis refuse to succumb to the fate of the older generation as they discover,together,the secrets of their hometown and their own families. * From award-winning creators Sara Ryan Carla Speed McNeil (Finder)! "[Bad Houses] is the best graphic novel I've read all year. Superbly observed, exquisitely drawn, with a sharp bite and a real human pulse. Magnificent." , Warren Ellis, author of Gun Machine and Transmetropolitan.
Genre: Literature

The Lagoon

The Lagoon

A haunting, lyrical graphic novel debut. A family is seduced by the song of the Creature from the Black Lagoon in talented young cartoonist Lilli Carre's first long-form work, and how each member reacts to the Creature's siren call in The Lagoon is the crux of the story. Carre experimented with nib pens and brushes while drawing this black-and-white graphic novel, giving the art a different feel from her previous, Eisner-and-Harvey-Award-nominated story, The Tale of Woodsman Pete. Lagoon was influenced by the films Creature from the Black Lagoon and Night of the Hunter, but reads more like the gothic family narratives of Flannery O'Connor. Rhythms - taps, the ticking of a metronome - are punctuated by silences that pace this "sound"-driven story.

Sherlock Holmes: Crime Alleys

Sherlock Holmes: Crime Alleys

When members of England’s literati begin disappearing without ransom or a trace, Sherlock Holmes springs into action! But the mastermind behind the abductions may prove too cunning even for the great detective!

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