Abby Palmer and Dean Logan — the only two survivors of a brutal government mind control experiment — are on the run, but the government has found them again. Now, they're determined to use their experimental powers to destroy the program once and for all.
Featuring appearances by Art Spiegelman, Stan Lee, Frank Miller and Todd McFarlane, the co-creator of the award-winning The Comics Reporter and an editor at The Comics Journal presents an oral history of Fantagraphics, the iconoclastic independent comic book publisher that reshaped the medium so that cartoonists could thrive.
Reprints a collection of sweetly squirm-inducing comics about the irrepressible Marlys Mullen, one of the stars of Lynda Barry's long-running Ernie Pook's Comeek.
A fourth volume of the popular comic chronicles the emergence of the Beastie Boys and Salt-n-Pepa, along with some one-hit wonders.
An introduction to the basics of Korean cooking in graphic novel form, includes 64 recipes, ingredient profiles, and more, presented through light-hearted comics.
A psychedelic science-fiction love story from the author of Ghost World veers from violent destruction to deeply personal tenderness.
When she was a little girl, passing her summers in the heat of coastal Australia, Evie Wyld was captivated by sharks—by their innate ruthlessness, stealth and immeasurable power—and they have never released their hold on her imagination.
Collects the groundbreaking all-woman comics anthology, including 1970's It Ain't Me, Babe. Over two decades, Wimmen's Comix published comic artists like Roberta Gregory, Melinda Gebbie, Dori Seda and Mary Fleener, on subjects from bad dates and crummy jobs to masturbation and abortion.