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As its title suggests, (Mostly) Wordless is a mostly wordless all-ages book filled with stories, short vignettes and character sketches told with either no, or few words. The book begins with the wordless mini-epic, “Ella and The Pirates,” an enchanting tale about a little girl and her imaginary adventures as a pirate as she sails through perilous waters, has sword fights and discovers buried treasure. This continually surprising and engaging book rewards repeat readings, with something new to discover on every page. For young readers and non-readers alike! "I wish that there were more books like Mostly Wordless being published. There isn’t one thing in particular that makes it great; all I can tell you was that as I held it in my hand I was swept away by its beauty, but it’s sheer artistic nature and the way it danced with my imagination." -- Dustin Cabreal, Comic Bastards
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"A cryptic pilgrimage to the nucleus of joy" "Steven Cerio is the artist that can best be described as suffering dark influences while still being carried by his pregnant mother who unfortunately witnessed a runaway truck full of raw calamari run through the wall of a toothpick factory." - Robert Williams Wow Cool serves up a slice of Pie; the first full-length storybook by STEVEN CERIO. In these 28 pages of heavenly delusion you will happen upon gleeful bees, effervescent elephants and friendly vegetables on their cryptic pilgrimage to bliss. Steven Cerio and the many creatures that populate his Pie comics are already familiar sights to readers of Steven Cerio's ABC Book: A Drug Primer, Graphic Classics: Ambrose Bierce, Fantagraphics' Hotwire Vol. 3, and to fans of the Residents.
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A quiet stroll through the lives of three girls on the verge of something big, drawn in a loose calligraphic style. Three tales of hiking, Russian forest witches, and Dutch people. A collection of unconnected stories about girls in ephemeral landscapes - one dreaming, one grieving, one stuck. Queen's Day explores our internal landscapes and private moments in a painterly, expressionistic drawing style. Fall 1999 Xeric Foundation Grant winner.
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A long awaited book of all-new, never before published short comics and art by Steven Cerio. Included in Sunbeam on The Astronaut are comic book adventures of Cerio's characters from his various films with top-hatted, eyeball-performance greats The Residents; a dozen short narratives; a collection of paintings and collages and stills from his newest film The Magnificent Pigtail Shadow; and much more.
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A school bus is forced off a cliff by a vehicle in pursuit of a legendary woodland giant. Secrets are revealed when it's young passenger, a boy known for his inability to speak, commands the giant to in an unknown language. Exposed as link between our world and another, the boy must choose to stay or journey to a place on the periphery of human consciousness– the world of the Outliers.
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In The Vagabonds, Josh Neufeld uses gentle humor and a keen eye for revelatory detail to explore religion, global politics and the mysteries of everyday life, in locales as diverse as the Thai countryside, San Francisco and New York City. Stranded in a remote corner of Thailand, Josh and Sari are taken in by a family of Baptist missionaries. New perspectives — the missionary view of Thai life and the Buddhist view of fireboats — force them to confront their own spiritual longings.
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Imagine a cross between American Splendor and Alice in Wonderland...or imagine a cross between Carl Barks and Carlos Castaneda... In Joel Orff's new graphic novel Waterwise he explores these concepts and many more. This is the story of two old friends who are reunited for one night and wander together through a surreal, vaguely apocalyptic landscape, pondering life, griping about their circumstances, and trying to connect. Along the way they explore the nature of dreams, the fragile facade of civilization and the tenderness of a true friendship.
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