A tie-in with the Netflix series adaptation starring Sophia Lillis (It), from the director of The End of the F***ing World and production team behind Stranger Things.
A graphic novel memoir from Frank “Big Black” Smith, a prisoner at Attica State Prison in 1971, whose rebellion against the injustices of the prison system remains one of the bloodiest civil rights confrontations in American history.
FOUR DAYS IN 1971 CHANGED THE COURSE OF AMERICAN HISTORY.
"Grand and majestic storytelling."KELLY SUE DeCONNICK (CAPTAIN MARVEL, BITCH PLANET) and EMMA R OS (I.D., MIRROR) plunge back into the Eisner-nominated, New York Times best-selling world of PRETTY DEADLY.
-Warren Ellis (TREES, INJECTION, Gun Machine, Red)
From the Eisner-nominated, best-selling author of Goodnight Punpun and solanin, a dark look at what happens when living the life of your dreams becomes your downfall.
Selling copies is the only thing that matters.
So what if your first series just ended and you have no idea how to start the next one, your marriage is breaking up, your pure love of manga has been destro
At this high school, instead of jocks and nerds, the students are divided into predators and prey.
At a high school where the students are literally divided into predators and prey, friendships maintain the fragile peace.
TRIM SIZE: 7.25" x 10.875"Ananke is dead. What do the gods do? Whatever they want. What can go wrong? Everything. Literally, everything. The final volume of the commercial pop sensation is so momentous it can't be held in one volume. Join us for this two-book package that brings our cycle to an end. It's going to be okay.
After her city wins the Super Bowl for the first time, Tea is separated from her friend during a riot and joins a small clique fighting its way through armed groups of football fanatics to met a star receiver that just might end the civil war or become the city's new oppressive leader.
In a thoroughly modernized, constantly updating society, where can true connection be found?
In these comics, Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck space race to a moon of gold, discover the secret of a ghost ship, and go on a perilous quest for ancient treasure!
A dating site match goes really wrong in this troubling, funny graphic memoir.
A poetic meditation rendered in beautiful pastels and black line on managing and struggling to get through the small tasks of every day. The claustrophobia of thought and the crippling of anxiety make any house haunted, any body possessed.
Filled with visceral and engaging prose, this graphic novella offers a nostalgic look at two young misfits who manage to find belonging and heartbreak in each other’s friendship.
Anjeline walks with an open heart, but alone, through a world that consistently rejects her; Franck, another loner, never smiles.