Eighteen individuals throughout history whose entire lives unfold simultaneously. Comprised entirely of doublepage spreads split into eighteen panels with each panel featuring one character"s life, cartoonist Ray Fawkes has artfully crafted eighteen linear stories into one non-linear masterpiece.
From one of Japan's most famous cartoonists comes the semiautobiographical account of the final weeks of a Japanese infantry unit at the end of WorldWar II. Mizuki was a soldier himself and draws from personal experiences of a demoralizing war.
A graphic tale by the author of Blankets follows the relationship between two refugee child slaves who are thrown together by circumstance and who struggle to make a place for themselves in a world fueled by fear and vice, in a visual parable that touches on themes of cultural divisions and the shared heritage of Christianity and Islam. Read an excerpt from Habibi.
Teen outcast Andy, upon smoking his first cigarette, gets an impressive set of superpowers and discovers a ray gun that delivers a fatal blast, in a full-color graphic novel by the acclaimed creator of Ghost World.
The popular creator of The Lindbergh Child presents a graphic account of a serial killing case in post-World War I New Orleans, augmenting dramatic details with black-and-white illustrations and line shading to establish a historical setting. Jr Lib Guild.