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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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Edited by Shannon O’Leary and Joan Reilly Writer(s): Shannon O'Leary, Beth Lisick, Mark Pritchard, Suzanne Kleid, Sari Wilson, Charlie Jane Anders, Lisa Ullmann, Noah Berlatsky, MariNaomi, Christina Collantes, Trevor Alixopolous, Vanessa Davis, Gabrielle Bell, Hilary Florido, Corine Mucha, Abby Denson, Barry Deutsch, Joan Reilly, Shaenon Garrity, Emily Flake, Virginia Paine, Justin Hall, Angie Wang, Dylan Williams, Sarah Oleksyk, Jen Wang, Ron Regé, Jr., Ulli Lust, Kai Pfeiffer, Stina Lofgren, Lauren Winstein, Andi Zeisler, Jeffrey Brown, Andrice Arp, Jesse Reklaw Artist(s): MariNaomi, Christina Collantes, Trevor Alixopolous, Vanessa Davis, Gabrielle Bell, Hilary Florido, Corine Mucha, Abby Denson, Barry Deutsch, Joan Reilly, Shaenon Garrity, Emily Flake, Virginia Paine, Justin Hall, Angie Wang, Dylan Williams, Sarah Oleksyk, Jen Wang, Ron Regé, Jr., Ulli Lust, Kai Pfeiffer, Stina Lofgren, Lauren Winstein, Andi Zeisler, Jeffrey Brown, Andrice Arp, Jesse Reklaw, Ric Carasquillo, Liz Baillie, MK Reed, Josh Neufeld, Britt wilson, Kat Roberts, Ed Luce The Big Feminist BUT: Comics about Women, Men and the IFs, ANDs & BUTs of Feminism is a comics anthology that asks: What do we really mean when we say, “I’m not a feminist, BUT…” or “I am 100% a feminist, BUT…” What do our great big “BUTs” say about where things stand between the sexes in the 21st Century? We asked some of the most talented ladies (and gentlemen) working in comics and animation today, along with some of the smartest writers we know including Lauren Weinstein, Jeffrey Brown, Sarah Oleksyk, Gabrielle Bell, Justin Hall, Ron Rege Jr., Vanessa Davis, Josh Neufeld, Andi Zeisler, Angie Wang, and a whole lot more, to “but” into the heated discussion about the much more level but still contradictory playing field both sexes are struggling to find their footing on today.
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What kind of whack job would put on a mask and a skin-tight suit and head out into the city after midnight? I mean, what is this guy really up to? What pathology, what perverse proclivity are we dealing with here? Is he fighting crime? Of course not, he’s just going clubbing—and he’s frankly perplexed when the aggressive bar flies & drunks single him out.?? The guy in question is Manx, a costumed cat man. Rich but unfulfilled, Manx goes to Dr. Grippo, a sultry lady shrink from Eastern Europe, to figure out his life. All hell breaks loose when Manx reveals to the amorous Dr. Grippo that he has fallen for Delia, a hottie he picks up on one of his late night excursions.?? Romance! Violence! Weed! Adventure! Alcohol! Twists! All these things abound in Lafler’s charming Cat Suit.
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More Mundane began one late September morning with a tiny sketchbook and an impulse. Noah Van Sciver then proceeded to transform the struggles and victories of daily life into a series of quietly poignant revelations interspersed with comedy. More Mundane was originally printed by the author in an exclusive 100-copy run, and will not be printed again. This digital edition is the only format available.
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The debut graphic novel from the creator of Unterzakhn. Leela Corman's September 2002 graphic novel Subway Series follows the exploits of Tina, a frustrated sixteen-year-old city girl whose affections are divided between two guys. The problem is, one has an out of town girlfriend and the other is a complete jerk. Add to that a cruel adversary whom she once called a friend who's out to humiliate her, and now confused Tina doesn't know which way to turn.
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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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Set in the world of young artists, dreamers, drinkers, layabouts and dime-store deep thinkers of bohemian Allston, Massachusetts, Whatever – originally published serially in The Phoenix, Boston’s leading alternative weekly – are revealing snapshots of real-life urban America at the dawn of the 21st century. In addition to The Phoenix strips, Whatever features a number of exquisite color pieces expertly rendered in watercolor.
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