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“crisp, clear, and evocative . . . a supernatural thriller that takes you where you least expect to go.”
Patrick Kyle’s graphic novels are enigmatic. His artwork is abstract and deeply resistant to simple representation, and his stories are surreal.
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Salammbo is a woman of fiction who sprang to life from the pen of French writer Gustave Flaubert in 1862. She was a central figure in the book of the same name.
The first Rivers of London traditional novel was published in 2011. This book has almost 52,000 ratings and 6000 reviews on Goodreads.
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Good guys? Bad guys? Morality? Ethics? Who's to say where any of this plays in to The Troop. This is not the usual superhero fare.
“I’m a room without a door. A war artist, without a war.”
This remastered and colored edition brings together the four volumes (Ramor’s Conch, The Temple of Oblivion, Riga, and The Egg of Darkness) originally published in 1975 in black a
“Tight and intense, vivid and dark, Suiciders is entertaining and exciting.”
Fables: The Wolf Among Us Volume One is based on the bestselling video game by Telltale Games which was in turn based on the comic book series Fables.
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Fans of the Sleepy Hollow movie should beware buying this graphic novel based off the Fox series.
Sandman was always a wonderful mix of legend, literature, and out-there scifi, and Overture is no exception.
Grand adventure stories often take place in exotic locations among exotic peoples and feature exotic creatures.
In X’ed Out, artist and writer Charles Burns returns to many of the themes and images that made his magnum opus, Black Hole, both a pleasure and a challenge to read.