Capitalism shapes every aspect of our world, beyond just our economic structures; it moulds our values and influences the way we write laws, wage wars and even conduct personal relationships.
An outrageous graphic novel that investigates key concepts in mathematics
The celebrated satirical portraitist renders all 44 United States presidents; this book of illustrations also features a foreword by Kurt Andersen, the author and host of public radio's Studio 360.
A companion to the three-time Eisner-winning Alex Toth: Genius series, this blockbuster collection is full of rarely seen stories and artwork by the legendary artist.
In this beautifully illustrated graphic novel, now translated into English from Dutch, artist Ephameron chronicles her father's losing battle with early-onset primary progressive aphasia (PPA)--a rare form of dementia that advanced slowly and left him unable to speak or to coordinate his thoughts and actions.
The extraordinary life of Scott Camil in graphic biography form, from hardened marine to anti-war activist.
The essential primer on the most influential American documents between 1831 and 1900
The Great American Documents series, written by the graphic-book author Ruth Ashby and illustrated by the renowned Ernie Colón, tells the history of America through the major speeches, laws, proclamations, court decisions, and essays that shaped it.
Mardou returns with the second volume of her critically acclaimed graphic novel, Sky in Stereo. In Volume 2, 17-year-old Iris's LSD journey has ended behind the locked doors of a psychiatric ward. As she tries to make sense of hospital life and fellow patients, Iris is forced to confront her self while defiantly trying to find meaning and regain her freedom.
A Best Book of the Year by: NPR, New York Public Library, Vulture, Publishers Weekly, Library Journal
In this acclaimed graphic memoir and “moving tale of fathers and their sons” (Grant Morrison, #1 New York Times bestselling author), Eisner Award-winning writer and artist Michael Kupperman traces the life of his reclusive father—the
This is Vol. 2 of the biography of the legendary midcentury cartoonist, who created the comically grotesque "Lena the Hyena."