NEW THIS WEEK

This week's new releases! See what's hit our shelves in the past 7 days.

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  1. Groo Vs. Conan

    Groo Vs. Conan

    $16.99

    The indomitable barbarian Conan meets the insufferable birdbrain Groo in this comic crossover centuries in the making! Learn More
  2. Lodown #95

    Lodown Magazine #95

    $16.99

    Walking the thin line between elaborate in-depth assumptions on pop-culture and fiddling on what today's art world has in stock for us. Learn More
  3. Men Of Wrath

    Men Of Wrath

    $14.99

    Ever since Great-Grandfather Isom killed a man over some sheep, a black cloud has hung over the Raths, an Alabama family caught in a generational cycle of violence. Learn More
  4. MPH

    MPH

    $14.99

    Growing up in Detroit, Roscoe and his friends know all about hard luck. Learn More
  5. My Struggle Book 3

    My Struggle: Book 3

    $16.00

    The third volume—the book that made Knausgaard a phenomenon in the United States—in the addictive New York Times bestselling series Learn More
  6. Outta Pocket #000

    Outta Pocket #000

    $15.00

    Skate magazine based out of Baltimore, Maryland. Learn More
  7. Pank Magazine #11

    Pank Magazine #11

    $12.00

    A nonprofit literary magazine published by the Dept. of Humanities at Michigan Tech. Learn More
  8. Pitchfork Review #5

    Pitchfork Review #5

    $19.96

    With contributions from the Pitchfork staff and edited by J.C. Gabel of Stop Smiling and The Chicagoan, The Pitchfork Review is designed and conceptualized in-house, and printed locally in Chicago. Learn More
  9. Punk Elegies

    Punk Elegies: True Tales of Death Trip Kids, Wrongful Sex, and Trial by Angel Dust

    $17.95

    Punk Elegies arrives like a chemically unstable mixture of Richard Yates and Damon Runyon. Learn More
  10. Shattered Silence

    Shattered Silence: The Untold Story of a Serial Killer's Daughter

    $16.99

    Throughout her life, Melissa Jesperson Moore had to hide her true identity. She had pretended that life was perfect after her parents divorced and she was suddenly uprooted from everything familiar and loving. Learn More

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