Part 2. Yorris, poisoned by the drug numb, battles a mind-form wyrm to regain her consciousness. Abandoned by her family to the routine of an asylum, other interned patients are curious about the new resident.
In the revised edition of this collection, Phoebe Gloeckner offers an array of both hyper-real and wildly surreal cartoons and drawings mirroring conjunctions between anatomical landscapes and far emotional journeys. Learn More
A Chinese Life is an astonishing graphic novel set against the backdrop of the creation of the People’s Republic of China in 1949. This distinctively drawn work chronicles the rise and reign of Chairman Mao Zedong, and his sweeping, often cataclysmic vision for the most populated country on the planet.
Over four decades ago, Yoshihiro Tatsumi expanded the horizons of comics storytelling by using the visual language of manga to tell gritty, literary stories about the private lives of everyday people. Learn More
In the land that time forgot, 1960s and 1970s America (Amerika to some), there once were some bold, forthright, thoroughly unashamed social commentators who said things that “couldn’t be said” and showed things that “couldn’t be shown.” They were outrageous — hunted, pursued, hounded, arrested, busted, and looked down on by just about everyone in the mass media who deigned to notice them at all. Learn More
ZOMG, Lauren Barnett is one of the funniest cartoonist working today, and we couldn't be more pleased to be putting out this collection of her work. Compiling three different stories, this book will knock your socks off.
In this collection of hauntingly elliptical short stories, Oji Suzuki explores memory, relationships and loss with a loose narrative style, filling each tale with a sense of unfulfilled longing. Learn More
Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang have made an indelible mark on so many treasured American holidays and traditions, from Charlie Brown’s infamous Christmas tree to Linus’s obsession with the Great Pumpkin. Learn More