Graphic Novels

Readers will easily lose themselves in Rachel Smythe’s dark, often startlingly timely world of sex, lies and immortality.

Readers will easily lose themselves in Rachel Smythe’s dark, often startlingly timely world of sex, lies and immortality.

Bubble explores a world where corporate-funded cities have sprung up as domes of safety, walling off humanity from a monster-ridden wilderness.

Bubble explores a world where corporate-funded cities have sprung up as domes of safety, walling off humanity from a monster-ridden wilderness.

Humming with humanity, Ballad for Sophie is a moving portrait of the ways in which art can save us and doom us at the same time.

Humming with humanity, Ballad for Sophie is a moving portrait of the ways in which art can save us and doom us at the same time.

In Nidhi Chanani’s enchanting graphic novel, a girl travels back in time but connects with the present.

In Nidhi Chanani’s enchanting graphic novel, a girl travels back in time but connects with the present.

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Small talk becomes real talk in Will McPhail’s graphic novel, and the world suddenly seems all that much brighter.

Small talk becomes real talk in Will McPhail’s graphic novel, and the world suddenly seems all that much brighter.

This graphic novel offers a digestible history of the Black Panther Party, correcting many negative assumptions about them while still addressing their flaws.

This graphic novel offers a digestible history of the Black Panther Party, correcting many negative assumptions about them while still addressing their flaws.

Katie the Catsitter will be adored by readers who can’t get enough adventure stories, mysterious goings-on, coming-of-age tales or cats. Many, many, MANY cats.

Katie the Catsitter will be adored by readers who can’t get enough adventure stories, mysterious goings-on, coming-of-age tales or cats. Many, many, MANY cats.

This colorful little volume starts around 1900 and offers a brisk romp through recent queer history, with a heavy dose of the arts and popular culture.

This colorful little volume starts around 1900 and offers a brisk romp through recent queer history, with a heavy dose of the arts and popular culture.

This ensorcelling tale follows the intertwined fates of a 19th-century girl who longs to be a horror-poet and a 21st-century high school punk band.

This ensorcelling tale follows the intertwined fates of a 19th-century girl who longs to be a horror-poet and a 21st-century high school punk band.

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