Graphic Novels & Comics

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A trio of male friends navigate their relationships, jobs, and lives, as well as the changes over time in this slow-moving comic.

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Jennifer Hayden’s first graphic memoir is the powerful story of the story of her tits—from their conspicuous absence in her early teens that leads her to stuff her bikini top with rocks to their ev

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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

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If readers ever wished Mike Rowe would create a comic out of Dirty Jobs then this is the book for them. In fact, the cover character of JB rather looks like Mike Rowe.

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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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The hat is sharp, built of perfect angles and straight lines. It sits atop his head in flawless balance to the mathematical precision of the angles on his face.

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Tight and intense, vivid and dark, Suiciders is entertaining and exciting.”

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Crime Does Not Pay was a periodical comic book series that was published from 1942 to 1955 by Lev Grossman Publications.

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a delightful sampler of the grotesque and absurd.”

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There have been many retellings of the Jack the Ripper legend. From novels to nonfiction books, TV shows to movies, and even more than a few graphic novels.

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Neverboy is one of the strangest comics miniseries around, but it is compellingly whimsical, sad, and hopeful.

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Rachel Ball’s graphic novel The Inflatable Woman is unlike any cancer memoir currently published in its creativity and fictionalized account told through the main character Iris, who stand

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Over his 50-year career, Charles Schulz, the creator, writer, and artist for Peanuts, would write and draw close to 18,000 strips.

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a fun graphic novel.”

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This is the pure magic of Peanuts.”

 

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It wasn’t just the wild laughs, hilarious parodies, and complete lack of respect for almost anything it wrote about that pushed MAD into the spotlight.

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The Kitchen is a trade paperback billed as a “reimagining” of the mob novel for a new generation. The question is which generation?

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Fans of the Sleepy Hollow movie should beware buying this graphic novel based off the Fox series.

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Sandman was always a wonderful mix of legend, literature, and out-there scifi, and Overture is no exception.

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Rat God is the perfect graphic novel for those who enjoy Lovecraftian horror but want something original and exciting.  

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Compiling the first five issues of the Orphan Black comic book series, Orphan Black: Volume 1 is in essence a rehashing of the events in the first season of the TV show the comic

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Filled with full color explosions of malevolent mayhem straight from the Cold War, Spy vs. Spy has never looked better!

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Never has wading through the bizarre been so rewarding.”

Where to start with Klaxon?

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The Bronze Age is when Superman broke the chains of Kryptonite! Batman could finally become a vampire!

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The ideas that fell out of Stan Lee’s head seem to have come to RULE THE WORLD!

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