Thomas L. Batten

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A Is for Anonymous: How a Mysterious Hacker Collective Transformed the World

A thought-provoking history of an oft-misunderstood subject, as well as the evolution of social protests over the past three decades.
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Becoming Horses

Wallander’s ideas about art are provocative, and her illustrations are incredibly striking in this memorable debut.

Familiar Face

DeForge (Leaving Richard’s Valley) pushes his ability to wring pathos out of surreal situations further than ever in this dazzling satire of technology run rampant that doubles as a meditation on the sense of alienation that often grows out of heartbreak.

Kent State: Four Dead in Ohio

An incendiary corrective to the myths and misconceptions surrounding these events and a memorial to the lives lost or forever altered that should be required reading for all Americans.
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House of X/Powers of X

Intricately plotted, dense with new ideas and daring reinterpretations of beloved characters, but more important, a lot of fun.
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Year of the Rabbit

A powerful portrayal of one of the most sorrowful events of the 20th century.

The Winter of the Cartoonist

While structurally challenging, Roca’s massively appealing illustration and masterly sense of narrative make this true story exceptionally compelling.
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Space Bandits

Watching Cody and Thena wreak havoc is a total blast in this fast-paced, Day-Glo romp.
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Sea of Stars. Vol. 1: Lost in the Wild Heavens

If Sam Peckinpah had directed a Pixar film, it would probably a lot like what coauthors Aaron (War of the Realms) and Hallum (Star Wars: Vader

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