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Young Waluk and old Eskimo are two polar bears helping each other get by in the modern Tundra. But food is growing scarce and their world is changing thanks to global warming and the human strangers who carelessly roam through their territory. But these carefree bears optimistically head out in search of fertile hunting grounds, making friends and avoiding dangers along the way.
After years of difficulty trying to have children, a young couple finally announces their pregnancy, only to have the most joyous day of their lives replaced with one of unexpected heartbreak. Their relationship is put to the test as they forge ahead, working together to rebuild themselves amidst the churning tumult of devastating loss, and ultimately facing the soul-crushing reality that they may never conceive a child of their own. Based on author Ingrid Chabbert 's own experience, coupled with soft, sometimes dreamlike illustrations by Carole Maurel, Waves is a deeply moving story that poignantly captures a woman 's exploration of her pain in order to rediscover hope.
From Aaron Mahnke, the creator of Lore, comes an amazing new supernatural thriller that shines a light on the mysteries and monsters lurking in the shadows. Meet the Duke of Wellington-one of England's most decorated military heroes and, unknown to most, her most daring monster hunter. Wellington features an amazing cast of characters and calls upon centuries of supernatural myths, folktales, and, well, lore to tell the secret history of this illustrious figure.
very ninety years, twelve gods incarnate as humans. They are loved. They are hated. In two years, they are dead. The team behind critical tongue-attractors like Young Avengers and PHONOGRAM reunite to create a world where gods are the ultimate pop stars and pop stars are the ultimate gods. But remember: just because you're immortal, doesn't mean you're going to live forever. Collects THE WICKED + THE DIVINE #1-5.
After the detonation of FANDEMONIUM the gods-as-pop-stars of THE WICKED + THE DIVINE try living in the long dark shadow. Team WicDiv are joined by a stellar cast of guest artists to put the spotlight on each of the gods. The multiple Eisner Award nominated series continues in the only way it knows how: darker, weirder, faster. Don't worry. It's going to be okay. Collects THE WICKED + THE DIVINE #12-17.
Every ninety years, twelve gods are reincarnated as young people. They are loved. They are hated. And sometimes - just sometimes - they fall into open Superstar wars. The fourth volume of the award-winning, best selling series from acclaimed creators KIERON GILLEN, JAMIE McKELVIE and MATT WILSON is the most explosive yet. Collects THE WICKED + THE DIVINE #18-22.
FINAL STORY ARC! After five years, we reach the final volume. We do not go gentle into that good night, but go driving a converted tank, covered in glitter and spangles, with a sound system audible from Mars blaring nothing but bangers. Gods, pop stars, an ending. We'll miss you. Collects THE WICKED +THE DIVINE #40-45.
A gorgeous, collectible hardcover edition of Will Eisner's pioneering graphic novel to celebrate the author's 100th birthday. Published quietly in 1978, Will Eisner's revolutionary literary work A Contract With God marked the invention of the modern graphic novel. Through a quartet of four interwoven stories, A Contract With God expresses the joy, exuberance, tragedy, and drama of life on the mythical Dropsie Avenue in the Bronx. This edition uses all-new, high-resolution reproductions of Eisner's original artwork, bringing new clarity and immediacy to Eisner's writing, illustration, and composition. Crafted with the highest fidelity to Eisner's artistic vision, the volume offers a beautiful, collectible way to experience the legendary book that launched a new art form and established Eisner as one of the great pioneers of American graphics.
This new paperback edition of Daniel Clowes' modern classic celebrates the Alexander Payne-produced film version starring Woody Harrelson and Laura Dern. One of the leading cartoonists of our time creates a thoroughly engaging, complex, and fascinating portrait of the modern egoist-outspoken and oblivious to the world around him. Working in a single-page-gag format and drawing in a spectrum of styles, the cartoonist of Ghost World, Ice Haven, and The Death-Ray gives us his funniest and most deeply affecting novel to date.
Spanish comics superstar Paco Roca investigates the true story of the five cartoonists who responded to the dark times of the Franco regime and poor working conditions at publishing titan, Editorial Bruguera by starting their own magazine, Tio Vivo. The corporation, however, began trying to thwart their efforts, turning their battle into a real-life David and Goliath tale. Roca combines humor, compassion, and narrative mastery with profiles of the artists as they serve as heroes for all of those who have chased a dream, no matter how high the obstacles.
* Wynd lives a quiet life in Pipetown - working at the local tavern, out of sight in the secret rooms beneath the floorboards, often stealing away to catch glimpses of the son of the castle's groundskeeper as he works. * But Wynd also has a secret... magical blood betrayed by his pointed ears, forbidden within the city limits. * Joined by his best friend Oakley and Thorn, the groundskeeper's son, Wynd's strange dreams and an encounter with the city guard send him on the most dangerous adventure he could imagine, where Wynd will discover the magic in the world around him and, most importantly, the magic within himself. * Collects Wynd #1-5.
The first ten issues of the award-winning series written by Brian K. Vaughan (EX MACHINA, Lost) are collected in this new trade paperback! It's the saga of Yorick Brown - the only human survivor of a planet-wide plague that instantly kills every mammal possessing a Y chromosome who searches the world for his lost love and the answer to why he's the last man on earth.
This volume collects issues #11-23, in which, a Russian spacecraft from the International Space Station returns to Earth carrying three passengers: one woman and two men. Could this be the end of Yorick's status as the last living male? Plus, the group runs up against a roadblock in Arizona where the female remains of the Sons of Arizona militia have cut the interstate to keep out any vestiges of the U.S. government.
As these stories from Y: THE LAST MAN #37-48 begin, we catch up on the adventures of Yorick's monkey Ampersand and learn the origin of Agent 355. Plus, Yorick searches for his fianc?e in Australia, with deadly results, before heading off to Japan to learn the shocking truth behind who ordered Ampersand's abduction.
Bolt City resident Young Shadow spends his days making deliveries for the food bank and rescuing pets - until he discovers a gang of chemical plant CEO's, trust-fund punks, and bad cops called the Sludge Team. To stop them, Young Shadow teams up with Spiral Scratch and a crew of metal-clad nuns. Drawn in bold yellows and blacks, this is a socially conscious YA action.
YOUTH is Larry Clark's Kids meets Chronicle. X-Men by way of Frank Ocean. It smashes together the violence of coming of age with the violence of the superhero narrative - as well as the beauty. YOUTH is a coming of age story that tells the story of two queer teenagers as they run away from their lives in a bigoted small town, and attempt to make their way to California. Along the way their car breaks down and they join up with a group of fellow misfits on the road. Embarking together in a van travelling the country they party and attempt to find themselves. And then something happens . . . Collects the original digital series YOUTH #1-#4.
Winner of the 2017 Danish National Illustration Award. Zenobia was once a great warrior queen of Syria whose reign reached from Egypt to Turkey. She was courageous. No one gave her orders. Once she even went to war against the emperor of Rome. When things feel overwhelming for Amina, her mother reminds her to think of Zenobia and be strong. Amina is a Syrian girl caught up in a war that reaches her village. To escape the war she boards a small boat crammed with other refugees. The boat is rickety and the turbulent seas send Amina overboard. In the dark water Amina remembers playing hide and seek with her mother and making dolmas (stuffed grape leaves) and the journey she had to undertake with her uncle to escape. And she thinks of the brave warrior Zenobia. Zenobia is a heartbreaking and all-too-real story of one child's experience of war.
Following the success of Joan Cornellà's first book, the viciously funny Mox Nox, Zonzo continues the tradition with 50 all-new strips of smiling psychopaths (human and anthropomorphic) and (often literal) side-splitting farce. Cornellà's humor mixes the absurdist comedy of Michael Kupperman with transgressive, political incorrectness.