The first 4 issues of the smash hit humor comic collected and remastered in full color, finally in paperback! Snake 'n' Bacon, Twain & Einstein, Cousin Granpa, Pagus & more! $22.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
Linus and his annual Halloween vigil have been a pop culture touchstone for decades. It all started in the classic strips from 1959-62 collected in this affordable, fun-sized gift book. $9.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
Book 2 covers 1981 to 1983, including Afrika Bambaataa’s “Planet Rock,” Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five’s “The Message,” RUN-DMC, The Beastie Boys & more. $27.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
Megg the witch, Mogg the cat, their friend Owl, and Werewolf Jones struggle with their depression, drug use, sexuality, poverty, lack of ambition, and their complex feelings about each other. $29.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
Abounding in metaphors if you choose to see them and naked self-disclosure if you don't, this volume of comics, prose, and images is a bounty of Woodring's inspired artistry. $29.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
A stunning showcase of film noir art with critical commentary on each film. This is an ideal handbook for noir rookies, a valuable resource for old-hats, and a visual feast for fans of film noir. $35.00 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
Approximately 75 full-color portraits of the artists, editors, and publishers who pioneered an art form and an industry, lovingly rendered and with essays by the artist. $34.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
Nitori-kun gets his first signs of acne. This may well be the end of the world. Meanwhile, Nitori-kun and Chiba-san are scouted by the theater club, leading to friction with Takatsuki-san. $24.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
• Review: "Beyond the quality of the artwork, which remains amazingly detailed and perfectly perfect in its storytelling,Dungeon Quest is really funny, the humor sometimes seeming dissonant — but pleasingly so — given the seriousness with which Daly approaches, say, drawing a rock-strewn valley or depicting a slow, tiring march through a forest (It’s almost Tolkeinesque in his commitment to describing walking!) or choreographing a thrilling action scene." – J. Caleb Mozzocco, Robot 6
• Review (Audio): The guys at Washington, D.C.'s Big Planet Comics discuss Angelman by Nicolas Mahler on this week's episode of their podcast, declaring "if you're sensitive about your love of superhero comics, this is probably not for you, but if you want awesomely cool cartooning art by Mahler and something really different, here you go. It's funny too."
The Complete Eightball 1-18 [Pre-Order] Daniel Clowes One of the greatest, most influential comic books of all time collected in a slipcased set of 2 hardback volumes, reproducing each issue in facsimile form exactly as originally published, including material never reprinted before now.
An Age of License [Pre-Order] Lucy Knisley A travel memoir recounting the artist's charming (and romantic!) adventures on a book tour in Europe. But it's not all whimsy and kittens and crêpes: there are also anxieties, introspective self-inquiries, and quotidian revelations.
Run Like Crazy Run Like Hell Jacques Tardi & Jean-Patrick Manchette Another kick-ass noir thriller by the acclaimed duo. A rich industrialist tries to frame the new nanny for kidnapping his son; it goes wrong; he sets a dangerous killer after them; all hell breaks loose.
Arsene Schrauwen [Pre-Order] Olivier Schrauwen The author's grandfather traveled to a remote colony to help build a utopia in the wilderness, fell in love with his cousin's wife, and then into delirium — but is it love or jungle virus-induced fever, reality or imagination?
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