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Touma suspects that his long-time friend and business partner Enoki might have a crush on him. Though honestly, who wouldn't fall in love with someone so gorgeous? But when Enoki accuses Touma of being the one with the crush, Touma doesn't know what to think! After all, how could Touma have room in his heart for another when he's already so madly in love with himself? Tomoko Yamashita presents a collection far removed from the norms of the Boys’ Love genre. These seven atypical stories are filled with drama, tension, and above all, an uncommon wit.
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For three years, Shibata, a university professor who belittles himself for being gay, has had an unrequited love for the young man who sits alone each day in the university's cafeteria. As his thoughts stray from his research, Shibata wonders about this man. Is he a student? Why does he always sit alone? His questions are soon answered when he finally comes face to face with the man of his dreams, and Shibata soon realizes that first impressions are not always what they seem! You in the Window is a compilation of stories that explores the dynamics of a one-sided love and what happens when that love is suddenly returned.
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What if you combined Shel Silverstein and Tim Burton with a dollop of Dr. Seuss? You’d get Attaboy. With his theatrical eye for the absurd and unbridled paintbrush, Attaboy’s hilarious anthology of poems will amuse readers of all ages. Off-the-wall characters (a child who is a sock magnet) meet the adorably peculiar (a hugging cactus) and the bizarre (zombie clowns). Then there's the title story. Because of his beastly behavior, Gustav's parents hire an expert to determine if their son is truly a monster! Enjoy hidden jokes and hilarious wordplay in this collection from an irreverent twenty-first century imagination. "Attaboy's creepy cool monsters are an insane delight. They'll leap off the page, squirm through your optic nerve, and haunt your brain forever. And that's a good thing." - Mark Frauenfelder, founder of Boing Boing "If you like weird fun, then you'll love this book. It's like a candy store for your brain and eyes. A creative explosion of colorful stories, poems, and characters." - Liam Lynch creator of The Sifl & Olly Show, director "Tenacious D. and the Pick of Destiny" and Sarah Silverman's "Jesus is Magic"
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They lay up on par 3s. They reek of Ben-Gay. They can be spotted six holes away in their yellow pants and white belts. And after every shot, they ask, "Did anyone see where my ball went?" They're the over-the-hill golfers, a breed of golfer that to know is to love‘so long as you're not playing behind a foursome of them. You're an Over-the-Hill Golfer When . . . takes fun, lighthearted jabs at those whose birdie-making days are well behind them. The book is filled with signs that will help the over-the-hill golfer in your life recognize that he just may be past his golf-playing prime: Your swing isn't strong enough to create back pain, but your back hurts anyway. Your golf bag doubles as a medicine cabinet. Seven A.M. is your idea of a late tee time. You can't wait to get to the 19th hole . . . to play pinochle.
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This collection presents 122 Sunday Peanuts newspaper strips that ran from 1957 -1959, featuring many of your favorite characters, including Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Violet, Patty, Shermy, Lucy, Schroeder, Pig-Pen, Linus and Beethoven.
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Though biblical scholars have searched for centuries, little is known about the childhood of Jesus. Fortunately, this incomplete picture gives Spencer Smith and Mark Penta ample room for their entertaining and highly imaginative cartoon book Young Jesus Chronicles. With a tongue-in-cheek premise that the book is the result of a recently unearthed account of Jesus's formative years as deciphered by Vatican-authorized experts (that is, cartoonists Smith and Penta), Young Jesus Chronicles is a clever and lighthearted collection of cartoons that celebrates the joy of puns and wordplay as much as it rewards you for paying attention in Sunday Bible school. We may never know the answer to the question, WWJD (What Would Jesus Draw)? But there's a chance (albeit very slim) the answer might be a cartoon memoir of His childhood similar to Young Jesus Chronicles.
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Zedura Magazine, the best the comic book industry has to offer from newcomers to industry legends, musicians from founders to indie superstars, movies from cult classics to blockbusters, and much much more. This issue: Mike Carey, author of Unwritten and X:Men Legacy; Chris Claremont from X-Men Forever; Ethan Van Sciver; artist of Flash: Rebirth; Jim Shooter, Valiant founder and Dark Horse savior. And that's just the comic creator features! All this plus Henry Rollins, Vampire Weekend, Iron Man 2, Summer Blockbusters, and the best in indie, trades, and unknowns... 68 pages... you'll swear it's 100.
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Zedura Magazine, offering the best the comic, movie, music, and video game industries have to offer is back with another issue! Check out what's inside... BAM! POW! It's Stan Lee! Read an exclusive interview with the elusive genius behind all of the books you love from Marvel and so much more. Also, powerhouse interviews with Gail Simone (Birds of Prey), and Paul Jenkins (Sentry, Wolverine Origin, ClockStop). Don't forget interviews with Paul Tobin (Marvel Adventures, Predators Movie Adaptation), Joshua Dysart (Unknown Soldier) and Cliff Chiang (Human Target) on their new book Greendale, Chris Roberson and Michael Allred (Madman) on the brilliant iZombie, Brian Michael Bendis and Jeff Parker on the Heroic Age, Marat Mychaels on returning to Brigade, award winner Matt Kindt on his new book Revolver; and Steve Lieber on Image's Underground. Seem like enough? Other features include publisher and creator spotlights, music, movies, tv, and video games. Don't miss our exclusive interview with the talented Thomas Jane (Hung, Raw Entertainment, Punisher) and a talk with the WWE's Bella Twins on their journey from the ring to the console.
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Take a tour through a most unusual zoo where a young informative girl called Zelda and her pet cat Meow work and play. But at this particular zoo all the animals are 'zombified'. And though the animals are dead they do still move around and need to be taken care of. A fun-filled tour that's not too scary and gives young readers tidbits of information on their favorite animals they might find at a zoo.
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Gavin Aung Than, an Australian graphic designer turned cartoonist, started the weekly Zen Pencils blog in February 2012. He describes his motivation for launching Zen Pencils: "I was working in the boring corporate graphic design industry for eight years before finally quitting at the end of 2011 to pursue my passion for illustration and cartooning. At my old job, when my boss wasn't looking, I would waste time reading Wikipedia pages, mainly biographies about people whose lives were a lot more interesting than mine. Their stories and quotes eventually inspired me to leave my job to focus on what I really wanted to do. The idea of taking these inspiring quotes, combining them with my love of drawing and sharing them with others led to the creation of Zen Pencils."   "Zen Pencils deftly blends the inspired thoughts of our great creative and moral thinkers with its own fresh visual wit. Because these work as pithy history lessons illuminating timeless human truths, it's no wonder Gavin's engaging comics go viral!" —Michael Cavna, Washington Post's Comic Riffs "Sometimes all it takes is a clear, original vision and a talented hand. Gavin Aung Than and his genius of Zen Pencils gives us that together, and so much more." -–Chris Hadfield, retired astronaut and former Commander of the International Space Station "If you read this book and don't get a lump in your throat and a stirring in your heart at least once, check your pulse. You're dead." —Philip Plait, The Bad Astronomer "Gavin has the amazing ability to make words and ideas come alive. He teaches, inspires, and brings a whole new level of creativity to the quotes that hold a special place in our hearts." —Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW Author of the No. 1 New York Times Bestseller, Daring Greatly "Zen Pencils is a visual demonstration of joy and courage. Buy it for inspiration, and keep it for regular reminders of living bigger." — Chris Guillebeau, New York Times Bestselling Author of The $100 Startup
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