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The Wrath of Fantômas

Adapting one of French pulp literature's most lurid diabolical masterminds, debut comics creators Olivier Bocquet and Rocheleau render a Fantômas who spectacularly breaks the shackles of the printed word developed by Souvestre and writing partner Marcel Allain to invade the graphic medium. A midnight-hewn thrill ride whose sophisticated art perfectly captures the electrifying colors and terrifying aftermath of deeds most foul.

Peanuts Dell Archive

This well-produced collection will be of interest to fans of Peanuts or vintage children's comic books and may have a nostalgic appeal to readers who grew up with the famous strip.

American Art Pottery: The Robert A. Ellison Jr. Collection

Extremely informative and exquisitely designed, this volume isn’t mainstream, but it’s definitely a good reference for art history collections.

Corot: Women

Although scholarly in tone, this book is clearly written and has beautiful plates. Recommended for readers with a passion for 19th-century French painting and who wish to broaden their knowledge.

Reference Librarianship & Justice: History, Practice & Praxis

This thought-provoking, radical, and persuasive work will excite even the most theory-averse readers and challenge librarians to see reference through a critical theory lens of empathy and social justice.

Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor; The Many Lives of Doctor Who

Fans of the BBC TV show will delight in the new short stories of each Doctor, and while newcomers will be intrigued, they'll likely need a bit more background to get the full effect. Overall, highly enjoyable for any age group.

From Cradle to Classroom: A Guide to Special Education for Young Children

Recommended for educators, parents, and graduate students of education.

The Four Horsemen: The Conversation That Sparked an Atheist Revolution

Spanning religion and philosophy, this work will appeal to readers of both, especially those interested in atheism and apologetics.

What To Eat When: A Strategic Plan To Improve Your Health and Life Through Food

This well-organized, accessible guide to healthful eating by two well-known medical consultants, both affiliated with the Dr. Oz Show, is sure to be widely popular with health-conscious readers.

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