Ethan Young (The Battles of Bridget Lee, Tales, Life Between Panels) delves into World War II's forgotten tragedy, the devastating Japanese invasion of Nanjing, and tells a heart-wrenching tale of war, loss, and defiance. Winner of the 2016 Reuben Award for Best Graphic Novel!
This historical epic, set in the world of 300, tells of the upsurge and decline of the Persian King's empire, and the ascent of the Grecian realm through Alexander.Written and illustrated by comics luminary and legend, Frank Miller (Sin City, The Dark Knight, 300), and colored by Alex Sinclair (Batman: The Dark Knight III: The Master Race), this companion to Miller's epic masterpiece, 300, brings the historical story of Xerxes to the graphic novel audience with grit and visual style!
No prison can hold him. No trap can contain him. He is Scott Free, the worldwide celebrity sensation known as Mister Miracle, and he is the greatest escape artist who ever lived. But can he pull off the ultimate trick--and escape death itself?
The prophecy of the Blackest Night has come to pass--a mysterious force is raising deceased heroes and villains into an army of undead Black Lanterns! The combined might of the Green Lantern Corps and an armada of living superbeings must now band together in a fight quite literally for their lives. The incredible saga from #1 New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns is collected here in its entirety for the first time ever in paperback in this new DC Essential Edition!
One of the most popular and critically acclaimed graphic novels of all time, Neil Gaiman’s award-winning masterpiece THE SANDMAN has set the standard for mature, lyrical fantasy in the modern comics era. Illustrated by an exemplary selection of the medium’s most gifted artists, the series is a rich blend of modern and ancient mythology into which contemporary fiction, historical drama, and legend are seamlessly interwoven.
The guardians in sailor suits return in this definitive edition of the everlasting masterpiece! Features all-new cover illustrations by creator Naoko Takeuchi, a glittering holographic coating, an extra-large size, premium paper, French flaps, and a newly-revised translation!
Ages 13 and up.
Surrealist icon Salvador Dali and iconoclast comedians The Marx Brothers planned a never-made film that merged their sensibilities in a sublime mashup of absurdity, surrealism, slapstick, and wit. But the original screenplay was lost...until now.
On Monday, May 9th, the Pulitzer Prize winners were announced from Columbia University. Notable winners from the Books, Drama, and Music category were THE NETANYAHUS for fiction and INVISIBLE CHILD for nonfiction. Both books delve into certain ugly truths, whether by taking a comedic approach to point them out or by using a heart-wrenching narrative.