With his wholesome approach, Jack Kamen stood out amongst the grand-guignol grunge, gritty realism, or futuristic dazzle of his fellow EC cartoonists — but his brilliant editor/writer Al Feldstein found a way to exploit the surface innocence of his style with seemingly nice stories of romance gone horribly wrong, or future fantasies with an unexpectedly brutal twist. And nowhere did Kamen'’s clean-but-lush graphics work better than in the stories he created for EC's science-fiction comics.
When Mehdi doesn't come home after a protest of Iran's 2009 elections, his brother takes to the streets and the internet to find him. Zahra's Paradise is the story of that search, exploring behind the curtain of life and politics in Iran today.
On the first day of summer vacation, teenaged sisters M’Rose, Elle, and Célina step out into the tropical heat of their island home and continue their headlong tumble toward adulthood. Boys, schoolyard fights, petty thievery, and even illicit alcohol make for a heady mix, as The Zabime Sisters indulge in a little summertime freedom. Learn More
Youth Is Wasted collects several of Noah Van Sciver's most outstanding short stories from his critically acclaimed, award-nominated comic book series, Blammo, as well as various anthology submissions.