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Graphic Novels

Alex + ADA Volume 1

Alex + ADA Volume 1

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"Though this is a fairly classic sci-fi story line, Luna and Vaughn's sensitive plot and careful pacing keep it exciting, especially as they strip away preconceived notions and use the tale to examine the complexities of what it is to be human. Luna's spare illustrations match the plot perfectly, particularly his ability to bring nuance and feeling to faces rendered in a very simple style. Fans of Brian K. Vaughan's Saga or anyone who loves a good sci-fi tale will find plenty of thought-provoking stuff here." - Booklist

"Luna's artwork possesses a beautiful simplicity that reinforces the importance of the characters to the narrative." - Library Journal

From JONATHAN LUNA (GIRLS, THE SWORD, Spider-Woman, ULTRA) and SARAH VAUGHN (Sparkshooter) comes ALEX ] ADA, a sci-fi drama set in the near future. The last thing in the world Alex wanted was an X5, the latest in realistic androids. But when Ada is dropped into his life, he discovers she is more than just a robot.? This will be JONATHAN LUNA's return to comics after three years off since the end of THE SWORD!

Algeria Is Beautiful Like America

Algeria Is Beautiful Like America

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Algeria the Beautiful explores the rich heritage and tumultuous modern history of Algeria and its connections to Europe and colonialism.

Olivia had always heard stories about Algeria from her maternal grandmother, a Black Foot (a "Pied-Noir," the French term for Christian and Jewish settlers of French Algeria who emigrated to France after the Algerian War of Independence). After her grandmother's death, Olivia found some of her grandmother's journals and letters describing her homeland. Now, ten years later, she resolves to travel to Algeria and experience the country for herself; she arrives alone, with her grandmother's postcards and letters in tow, and a single phone number in her pocket of an Algerian, Djaffar, who will act as her guide. Olivia's quest to understand her origins will bring her to face questions about heritage, history, shame, friendship, memory, nostalgia, fantasy, the nature of exile, and our unending quest to understand who we are and where we come from.

Algernon Blackwoods The Willows

Algernon Blackwoods The Willows

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This immortal novella of extra-dimensional weirdness on the Danube comes to vivid life in graphic comic form thanks to the incredibly detailed black-and-white linework of talented newcomer, Sam Ford. Writer Nathan Carson's thoughtful retelling reverently preserves the plot while breathing character-driven depth into this all-time classic. Two adventurous women, one British, one Swedish, encounter strange horrors in the Hungarian wilderness of 1907. What they discover on that crumbling sandbar makes them question their sanity, fear for their lives, and revel in otherworldly strangeness. Readers familiar with the story will delight in seeing it depicted in such painstaking, quality illustrations. And those for whom it is new will want to leave a light on for many nights after.
Alias the Cat

Alias the Cat

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At the center of the novel Kim Deitch deftly places himself and his wife Pam-a passionate collector of Halloween cats from the 1920s and 30s, whose collection is impressive to say the least. But when she buys a mysterious old cat costume, she and Kim find themselves in wholly new territory: the lost world of Alias the Cat who, in 1915, appeared not only in a comic strip and film serial, but in real life as a freedom-fighting superhero.
When Kim begins to research this forgotten figure, he uncovers one almost unbelievable story after another: about the Furries, a tiny subculture of people who dress up as cartoon animals in order to have sex; about Keller and Frankie, two seamen stranded on a Pacific island, forced to make cat toys to appease the natives; about the secret lover of Alias's alter ego, Malek Janochek; and, of course, about Deitch's own Waldo the Cat, the common thread weaving the stories together as Kim and Pam move toward a fateful showdown in Midgetville...New Jersey, of course.
"Alias the Cat" is Kim Deitch at his eye-catching, mind-bending best.
Alice in Sunderland

Alice in Sunderland

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Sunderland! Thirteen hundred years ago it was the greatest center of learning in the whole of Christendom and the very cradle of English consciousness. In the time of Lewis Carroll it was the greatest shipbuilding port in the world. To this city that gave the world the electric light bulb, the stars and stripes, the millennium, the Liberty Ships and the greatest British dragon legend came Carroll in the years preceding his most famous book, Alice in Wonderland, and here are buried the roots of his surreal masterpiece. Enter the famous Edwardian palace of varieties, The Sunderland Empire, for a unique experience: an entertaining and epic meditation on myth, history and storytelling and decide for yourself -- does Sunderland really exist?
Alichino: Volume 1

Alichino: Volume 1

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A young lady searching for an Alichino--beautiful creatures that grant any wish to those who find them, but at a price--wants to bring her brother back to life and thinks that the handsome young man named Tsugiri may be an Alichino. Original.
Alienation

Alienation

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Drawn in hazy gray pencil and printed in blue pantone ink, this book is about Elizabeth, an exotic dancer in cyberspace, and Carlos, who was just fired from the last human-staffed oil rig, attempting to keep their romance alive. When they realize that their bodies are full of artificial organs and they live almost entirely online, they begin to question what being human actually means. Do our ancestral, or even animal, instincts eventually kick in, or are we transcending the limits of our bodies? Inés Estrada's new graphic novel introduces us to a powerfully exquisite and chilling near future that doesn't seem too far-fetched, where virtual reality affects our diets, sex lives, and nightly dreams.
Aliens Vs. Predator Omnibus : Volume 1 ( Aliens Vs. Predator Omnibus #01 )

Aliens Vs. Predator Omnibus : Volume 1 ( Aliens Vs. Predator Omnibus #01 )

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Mankind's two ultimate nightmares come together in mortal combat, and whoever wins -- we lose. On the remote planet Ryushi, a small ranching community becomes an unwilling participant in a deadly ritual: extraterrestrial Predators have seeded Ryushi with Alien eggs in order to create the ultimate hunt. But what the Predators don't know is that an Alien queen egg is amongst those they've sent as potential hunting stock, and when the Predators arrive, the hunters become the hunted amidst a monumental swarm of Aliens, and they may need to turn to the very same humans they regard as little more than potential trophies to give them any hope of survival.
Alison

Alison

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Alison tells the story of a young British woman who, in her twenties, seizes upon the opportunity to escape from her quiet life in Dorset to the thrumming art scene of late-1970s London. But the vehicle for her escape is a charismatic older man whose reputation as an artist and philanderer casts a shadow which will follow Alison for years as she pursues her painting career.

Combining immaculate prose and stunning artwork, Alison is a complex love and coming-of-age story, as well as a meditation on female friendship and empowerment, class and patriarchy, the creative process and the thorny world of fine art. British illustrator and author Lizzy Stewart crafts a graphic novel that evokes the atmospheric milieu of bohemian London in the late 20th century, while at the same time exploring the more universal struggles of women who must navigate male-dominated spaces.

Told through quietly powerful interpersonal moments rich with meaning and mood, this graphic novel will appeal to fans of Sally Rooney and Leanne Shapton, as well as the great empathic writers Alice Munro, Hilary Mantel, and Tessa Hadley.

All My Bicycles

All My Bicycles

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"A bicycle is a machine that you power yourself. You decide where you want to go," writes cartoonist Powerpaola, as the guiding principle of this graphic memoir. All My Bicycles is a story that never really begins, existing all at once in Paola's memory. The book illustrates Powerpaola's relationships through her many bicycles: in fragments, it takes her back to her great loves and losses, friendships, and disappointments.

In remembering a bicycle, a manhole, an alligator, or a necklace, Powerpaola reflects upon these items in her consciousness without finding a concrete solution. Paola's memories arrive abruptly and leave just as fast, creating a pathway through herself she can only find in moving forward. All My Bicycles is a glimpse into how exploring these fleeting tangible moments -- of physical objects, of traveling and seeing a new city, of even the end of a relationship -- is an exploration of self.

All Nighter

All Nighter

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Kit Bradley is an art student - and part-time cat burglar. But that's not her only secret. There's also her hiding place on the roof of her small town diner, her crush on (and history with!) her roommate's boyfriend, and her guilt about her mother's recent death.
All those secrets get pushed aside when Kit's roomies take in Mousy Martha as a new housemate. They soon realize that Martha is not a typical student. She's not into parties, she only eats cereal, and, srangest of all, she has plenty of money but no job or family.
Things get even stranger when Martha disappears without a trace, and Kit is forced to put together a search party. But when word of Martha's mysterious disappearance gets out a media feeding frenzy ensues, threatening to eat their hometown alive.
As if this isn't enough, Kit's ex-boyfriend is back on the scene, adding to her anxiety. Kit suddenly goes from living in the moment to rushing through her days. When she finally slows down to catch her breath, what she discovers may change her life forever.
All of the Marvels

All of the Marvels

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"Thorough, fascinating, and joyfully executed, All of the Marvels is essential reading for fans and scholars alike." --G. Willow Wilson (Ms. Marvel)

"A revelation, a tour both electrifying in its weird charisma and replenishing in its loving specificity . . . a testament, and a tribute." --Jonathan Lethem

Winner of the Eisner Award for Best Comics-Related Book

A New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice

The first-ever full reckoning with Marvel Comics' interconnected, half-million-page story, a revelatory guide to the "epic of epics"--and to the past sixty years of American culture--from a beloved authority on the subject who read all 27,000+ Marvel superhero comics and lived to tell the tale


The superhero comic books that Marvel Comics has published since 1961 are the longest continuous, self-contained work of fiction ever created. Thousands of writers and artists have contributed to it. Everyone recognizes its protagonists. Eighteen of the hundred highest-grossing movies of all time are based on parts of it. And Douglas Wolk has read the whole thing.

Wolk sees both into the ever-expanding story and through it, as a prism through which to view the landscape of American culture. In his hands, the mammoth Marvel narrative becomes a fun-house-mirror history of the past sixty years--a boisterous, tragicomic, magnificently filigreed epic about power and ethics, set in a world transformed by wonders.

A huge treat for Marvel fans, this book is also a revelation for readers who don't know Doctor Strange from Doctor Doom. Here, truly, are all of the marvels.

"An indespensable handbook." --Forbes

All of the Marvels: A Journey to the Ends of the Biggest Story Ever Told

All of the Marvels: A Journey to the Ends of the Biggest Story Ever Told

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Winner of the 2022 Eisner Award for Best Comics-Related Book

The first-ever full reckoning with Marvel Comics' interconnected, half-million-page story, a revelatory guide to the "epic of epics"--and to the past sixty years of American culture--from a beloved authority on the subject who read all 27,000+ Marvel superhero comics and lived to tell the tale


"Brilliant, eccentric, moving and wholly wonderful. . . . Wolk proves to be the perfect guide for this type of adventure: nimble, learned, funny and sincere. . . . All of the Marvels is magnificently marvelous. Wolk's work will invite many more alliterative superlatives. It deserves them all." --Junot Díaz, New York Times Book Review

The superhero comic books that Marvel Comics has published since 1961 are, as Douglas Wolk notes, the longest continuous, self-contained work of fiction ever created: over half a million pages to date, and still growing. The Marvel story is a gigantic mountain smack in the middle of contemporary culture. Thousands of writers and artists have contributed to it. Everyone recognizes its protagonists: Spider-Man, the Avengers, the X-Men. Eighteen of the hundred highest-grossing movies of all time are based on parts of it. Yet not even the people telling the story have read the whole thing--nobody's supposed to. So, of course, that's what Wolk did: he read all 27,000+ comics that make up the Marvel Universe thus far, from Alpha Flight to Omega the Unknown.

And then he made sense of it--seeing into the ever-expanding story, in its parts and as a whole, and seeing through it, as a prism through which to view the landscape of American culture. In Wolk's hands, the mammoth Marvel narrative becomes a fun-house-mirror history of the past sixty years, from the atomic night terrors of the Cold War to the technocracy and political division of the present day--a boisterous, tragicomic, magnificently filigreed epic about power and ethics, set in a world transformed by wonders.

As a work of cultural exegesis, this is sneakily significant, even a landmark; it's also ludicrously fun. Wolk sees fascinating patterns--the rise and fall of particular cultural aspirations, and of the storytelling modes that conveyed them. He observes the Marvel story's progressive visions and its painful stereotypes, its patches of woeful hackwork and stretches of luminous creativity, and the way it all feeds into a potent cosmology that echoes our deepest hopes and fears. This is a huge treat for Marvel fans, but it's also a revelation for readers who don't know Doctor Strange from Doctor Doom. Here, truly, are all of the marvels.

All Star Batman and Robin, the Boy Wonder: Volume 1

All Star Batman and Robin, the Boy Wonder: Volume 1

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The talents responsible for some of Batman's greatest tales team up for the first time to bring readers Batman and Robin like they've never seen before, in this reinvention of these classic characters.
All Star Superman Vol. 1

All Star Superman Vol. 1

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Two of the comics industry's top creative talents, writer Grant Morrison and artist Frank Quitely, the acclaimed team behind Jla: Earth 2, reunite to redefine Superman based on the timeless, iconic elements of the Man of Steel. In this first volume, the World's Greatest Super-Hero rescues a doomed group of astronauts on the surface of the sun when he's exposed to massive amounts of solar radiation. No one could have anticipated how he'll be affected--except Lex Luthor!
All Star Superman Volume 1

All Star Superman Volume 1

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The Eisner Award-winning graphic novel that reinvents the Man of Steel for a new generation is now available in trade paperback.
All Star Superman Volume 2

All Star Superman Volume 2

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In this follow-up to the award-winning All-Star Superman, the Man of Steel goes toe-to-toe with Bizarro, his oddball twin, and the new character Zibarro, also from the Bizarro planet.
All The Answers

All The Answers

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A Best Book of the Year by: NPR, New York Public Library, Vulture, Publishers Weekly, Library Journal

In this acclaimed graphic memoir and "moving tale of fathers and their sons" (Grant Morrison, #1 New York Times bestselling author), Eisner Award-winning writer and artist Michael Kupperman traces the life of his reclusive father--the once-world-famous Joel Kupperman, Quiz Kid. That his father is slipping into dementia means that the past he would never talk about might be erased forever.

Joel Kupperman became one of the most famous children in America during World War II as one of the young geniuses on the series Quiz Kids. With the uncanny ability to perform complex math problems in his head, Joel endeared himself to audiences across the country and became a national obsession. Following a childhood spent in the public eye, only to then fall victim to the same public's derision, Joel deliberately spent the remainder of his life removed from the world at large.

With wit and heart, Michael Kupperman presents a fascinating account of mid-century radio and early television history, the pro-Jewish propaganda entertainment used to counteract anti-Semitism, and the early age of modern celebrity culture.

All the Answers is both a powerful father-son story and "an electrifyingly fast-paced, yet intimate memoir about family secrets and the price children can pay for their parents' ambitions" (Publishers Weekly).