Following the Eisner-award winning Brazen, Pénélope Bagieu pens her first autobiographical work in this hilarious and bitter sweet graphic memoir.
A guide for dating, relationships, and identity—from a wildly popular web comic artist.
A gripping nonfiction graphic novel that follows the stories of Jewish children, separated from their parents, who escaped the horrors of the Holocaust. From the Sibert Honor and YALSA Award–winning creator behind The Unwanted, Drowned City, and others.
Debut graphic novelist Claire Lordon’s medical misfortunes may be one in a million in this relatable memoir, but so is her determination, grit, and passion to beat the odds and reclaim her life.
Illustrator Kaz Rowe’s graphic biography Liberated: The Radical Art and Life of Claude Cahun, reveals how the creative and courageous Surrealist artist championed freedom at every turn, from rejecting gender norms and finding queer love to risking death to sabotage the Nazis.
At the turn of the 20th century in Nantes, France, Lucy Schwob met Suzanne Malherbe,
An incredible true story in graphic novel form that lays bare the tortured and triumphant history of Taiwan, an island claimed and fought over by many countries, through the life story of a man who lived through its most turbulent times.
★ “An exemplary tribute to an extraordinary hero.
Starred Review from Foreword Reviews. "The book conveys emotions in a deep, visceral way . . . an outstanding memoir about the difficulties of overcoming abuse."
A breathtaking and gut-wrenchingly real graphic memoir of the struggles of an adolescent girl processing the trauma of childhood sexual assault.
“A wonderful book about figuring out who we are and who we want to be when we grow up. It’s also about being an American—especially a first-generation American.” —Roz Chast
"This ode to a beloved pet delightfully highlights the joys of living with a feline companion." —Kirkus
Fans of Johnny Wander, Pusheen, and Chi's Sweet Home will love this collection of the hit webcomic Frankie Comics by Rachel Dukes, now in paperback for the first time.
Now in paperback!
Enjoy pixiv's selection of works by creators active in the Americas
A heartrending graphic memoir about a young Jewish girl's fight for survival in Nazi occupied Poland, The Girl Who Sang illustrates the power of a brother's love, the kindness of strangers, and finding hope when facing the unimaginable.
The story of the British Royal Family told over a thousand years, with the reigns of every monarch sketched in a sharp, funny, and useful vignette of words and pictures—and the perfect gift for historians and royal watchers alike.
Which kings couldn’t speak English, or stammered when they could? Who were “Softsword” and “Sailor Bill”?