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Farewell to My Alter: Nio Nakatani Short Story Collection

Nakatani’s beautiful and easily recognizable signature manga art style makes it easy to get caught up in her collection. A good read, but not a must-buy.

Dark Souls: The Complete Collection

A must-read for every Dark Souls player, as Quah’s realistic art style replicates the mood of the video game. Recommended for public and academic libraries.

Smart Girl

Purchase where science fiction and futuristic graphic novels are popular.

Destroy All Monsters

Phillips imbues the sun-drenched splendor of Southern California with a nostalgic mournfulness perfectly keyed to Brubaker’s script. Focusing on the fragile bond between Ethan and Anna exposes new depths in both of the characters, while building to a wrenchingly emotional climax.


Tacchia’s deceptively simple cartoonish portraits convey nuanced emotions through gesture, facial expressions, and color and combine with her biting wit to create an emotionally resonant, often hysterically funny debut.

The Waiting

A remarkably empathic tour-de-force crafted around testimony by Gendry-Kim’s mother and other Koreans who long to reunite with family in the North.


Shaw (Clue: Candlestick) eschews panel-to-panel storytelling in favor of overlapping images that flow across pages redolent of an artist’s sketchbook, overlaid with text and narration quoted from letters between Charlie and his sister.

Everyone Is Tulip

Baker (Night Hunter) creates a dramatic and engrossing tale of betrayal, self-absorption, and the tenuous nature of fame.


Recommended for readers seeking diverse, intergenerational stories that leave audiences thinking.
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