In this graphic novel, the best-selling author and artist behind Pyongyang recounts the harrowing story of Christophe André who was kidnapped and held by armed men while he was working for Doctors without Borders in the Caucasus region.
Collects Michael DeForge's idiosyncratic Tumblr comics about a woman who disappears into the Canadian wilderness to escape family scandal and create a new life for herself, alongside a cast of local wildlife.
A young girl and her brother must learn to fend for themselves after their parents abandon them to seek work — and learn to handle her sudden ability to to astrally project to other worlds, unintentionally possessing the bodies of people light years away.
In a series of dazzling fragments — skipping through time, and from raw, slashing color to delicate black and white — French cartoonist Dominique Goblet examines the most important relationships in her life: with her partner, Guy Marc; with her daughter, Nikita; and with her parents. Translated — and lettered — by Sophie Yanow.
Abby Palmer and Dean Logan — the only two survivors of a brutal government mind control experiment — are on the run, but the government has found them again. Now, they're determined to use their experimental powers to destroy the program once and for all.
Featuring appearances by Art Spiegelman, Stan Lee, Frank Miller and Todd McFarlane, the co-creator of the award-winning The Comics Reporter and an editor at The Comics Journal presents an oral history of Fantagraphics, the iconoclastic independent comic book publisher that reshaped the medium so that cartoonists could thrive.
Reprints a collection of sweetly squirm-inducing comics about the irrepressible Marlys Mullen, one of the stars of Lynda Barry's long-running Ernie Pook's Comeek.
A fourth volume of the popular comic chronicles the emergence of the Beastie Boys and Salt-n-Pepa, along with some one-hit wonders.