Comics legend Scott McCloud is back with the story of David, a young sculptor who makes a deal with Death: His life for his art, for the ability to sculpt anything he wants, with his bare hands. What will he do with the 200 days he has left to live, love and make art?
Joel Christian Gill collects stories from African-American history that exemplify success in the face of great adversity. Among the stories included are: Henry "Box" Brown, who escaped from slavery by mailing himself to Philadelphia; the black cycling champion Marshall "Major" Taylor; and Bass Reeves, the most successful lawman in the old West.
Fatherland is Nina Bunjevac's graphic memoir of her father, a hard-line Serbian nationalist, who was forced to emigrate to Canada in the 1950s.
Funded by a Kickstarter and the dedicated fans of classic cartoonist Winsor McKay, Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream revisits the nighttime adventures of McKay's most famous creation through the pens of some of today's best comic artists.
The fastidious life of clean-shaven Dave is upended on a fateful day when he grows an unstoppable, impressive beard, in a darkly comic, award-winning meditation on life, death and what it means to be different.
Think Tank is the story of former child prodigy Dr. David Loren, now a conflicted employee of a military think tank who's decided he can't keep creating lethal weapons for the military. This limited edition box set includes all three Think Tank trade paperbacks.
The lives of five women from two different families are forever linked and altered by a drunk private eye during the Depression in this first noir graphic novel from the award-winning author, playwright, cartoonist and illustrator.
Presents graphic novel adaptations of twenty works of trench poetry from World War I, including pieces from such poets as Thomas Hardy, Wilfred Owen, Rudyard Kipling, and Isaac Rosenberg.
Describes the childhood of World War II veteran, Alan Cope, including his idyllic California home, his family members, and the tragic death of his mother when he was eleven years old.