Inspired by a true story, this graphic novel follows a Jewish immigrant’s efforts to help his Japanese neighbors while they are incarcerated during World War II.
“A powerful book about advocating for friends and neighbors during times of great division.” —Kazu Kibuishi, #1 New York Times bestselling author-illustrator of the Amulet series
The New York Times–bestselling author of The Only Good Indians and My Heart Is a Chainsaw makes his comics debut with this time-hopping horror thriller about far-future Indigenous outcasts on a mission to kill Christopher Columbus.
A delicate, timeless, and breathtaking coming-of-age story.
Singer, poet and writer; considered to be the godfather of rap, Gil Scott-Heron is a myth and legend in the Afro-American music scene.
Through his personal experiences, Thomas Maucéri allows us to discover the life of this genius along with other aspects of America’s recent history.
A dazzling work of horror, intercutting between the present day and the story of a lost film.
Horror masters Scott Snyder (American Vampire, Wytches) and Francesco Francavilla (Afterlife with Archie) collaborate for the first time!
“A story about storytelling...Conjures up the grindhouse movie-making scene in 1970s Los Angeles and tracks an ambitious young man’s flailing attempts to build a family and a career as a film arteest in that debased world...A book with a lot of heart.” —Art Spiegelman, bestselling author of MAUS
Throughout history, unlikely and strange heroes have risen and fallen, their identities and lives a secret. But for a Great Evil to be stopped, their stories must be told. They are The Unnamed fighting The Unknown War.
Collecting the Eisner-award-winning hit in one complete volume alongside special bonus content.
When opportunity refuses to knock for restless hero Matilde, the devil comes knocking instead.
In Feudal-era Japan, a drifter with no prospects begins training in secret under Yasuke, a once-famous and now-disgraced warrior, as she struggles to find her place in a society entrenched in discrimination and violence.
In Parallel, creator Matthias Lehmann deftly explores the complexities of being gay at a time when queer relationships were forbidden.
The Eisner-nominated webcomic in glorious print! Don’t miss this swashbuckling graphic novel about daring exploration and adventure.