In Sam Bosma's debut graphic novel, a young explorer and her musclebound friend go treasure hunting in a mummy's tomb—but if they want to get rich, they're going to have to best the mummy in a game of hoops! Learn More
In the eighteenth century, Japanese artist Toriyama Sekien depicted each spirit of the Yokai tradition, an ancient race of demons whose descendants, Godzilla and Mothra, would later terrorize the earth. Learn More
Inspired by the late, great Georges Perec, who is famous for writing a book whose sole subject was the letter E, illustrator Katja Spitzer and freelance writer Sebastian Gievert teamed up to tackle the letter Q. Learn More
On the dawn horizon, a pine tree all too briefly uproots itself. It dances . . . and nobody sees. The low drone of the car's engine is heard and ignored from sleepy bedroom windows for miles around. Learn More
Our private eye protagonist is framed for a heinous crime. On the wrong side of the law he runs for his life amid a conspiracy that will set off a war to ravage the land. Printed in three spot colors, a style that Blexbolex has become so famous for.
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.
Dockwood is a small town in the Southeast of England, seven miles east of Brampton Moor. It has a population of 26,000 and is home to a bowling alley, a boating lake, and Willowbrook Outlet Village. Learn More