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Dead Eyes. Vol. 1

Watching Dead Eyes outsmart, outmaneuver, and outgun his enemies is a total blast in this first collection of what will hopefully be a long-running series.
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Paul Is Dead: When the Beatles Lost McCartney

Overall, an interesting examination of the events surrounding one of the strangest conspiracy theories in the history of popular culture. Yet ultimately, the work is slight and anticlimactic owing to an unsuccessful twist ending. [Previewed in Douglas Rednour’s “Picture This,” LJ 4/20.]

Bog Bodies

A fast-paced, thrilling noir perfect for fans of the Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’s Criminal and David Lapham’s Stray Bullets.

Fire Power. Vol. 1: Prelude

Kirkman (Oblivion Song. Vol. 3) and Samnee (Black Widow: The Complete Collection) have created a fun homage to classic martial arts films and comic books, and while this volume serves as a prelude to an upcoming monthly series, it includes more than enough action and intrigue to satisfy on its own.
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The Pits of Hell

Not for everyone, but fans of surreal or psychological horror are sure to embrace this collection.
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Mitchum

While readers desiring a strong sense of narrative might not be impressed, Blutch successfully elicits a range of emotions through unforgettable illustrations in these stories, first published in French and available in English for the first time.

Seeds and Stems

Hilarious, upsetting, and thoroughly brilliant.
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The Labyrinth: An Existential Odyssey with Jean-Paul Sartre

A great primer for anyone, but especially YA readers interested in existentialism
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The Lab

An unsettling vision from an exciting and distinctly talented newcomer.
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