Author of the 2010 New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book Seasons (Enchanted Lion Books), Blexbolex's No Man's Land satirizes the mind's ability to seduce itself—mercilessly hurtling its hero around an implausible dreamland designed to mask the processes of mortality. Blexbolex's first full-length graphic novel is as beautiful as it is disturbing.
An illustrated narrative set in a Film Noir style cleverly incorporates an alphabet book for adults. Blexbolex's protagonists, Leon and Bernard Blanchett, two French gangsters, are hiding from an international arrest warrant in a mysterious jungle in central Africa after a bank heist goes horribly wrong.
In his first graphic novella, Jon McNaught captures the beauty and peacefulness of our childhood neighborhoods and transports us back to those clear evenings dotted with pink fluffy clouds and the sound of silence we have come to yearn for after years of living in the bustle of the city.
In Hilda and the Midnight Giant, our protagonist finds her world turned upside down as she faces the prospect of leaving her snow-capped birthplace for the hum of the megalopolis, where her mother (an architect) has been offered a prestigious job. Learn More