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Eden

Author Sebela (Crowded Vol. 1) and illustrator Laming (Star Wars: Doctor Aphra Omnibus) present a riveting science fiction thriller examining how hope can inspire heroism, or become an excuse for monstrousness, in the face of desperation.
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The Metabarons: Second Cycle Finale

Not a particularly great starting point for new readers, but so packed with magnificent action and trippy notions about human nature that even the uninitiated are likely to find something to enjoy in this operatic science fiction epic.

Majnun and Layla: Songs from Beyond the Grave

For lovers of storytelling and lovers writ large, this is a masterful, unforgettable introduction to an essential romantic text.

Lugosi: The Rise and Fall of Hollywood’s Dracula

A masterfully illustrated and poignant biography presented with a sense of drama that’s well-suited to its subject, who gave a performance powerful enough to remain iconic after almost a century.

The History of Science Fiction: A Graphic Novel Adventure

Hardcore science fiction fans and newcomers alike are sure to enjoy this comprehensive overview of the genre, spotlighting both well-known and under-appreciated authors.
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The Seven Lives of Alejandro Jodorowsky

Fans of the creative, disturbing, psychedelic, restless, and challenging Jodorowsky will find much to appreciate here, as will anyone curious about the radical and ragged edge of 1960s theatrical and cinematic experimentation.
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The Twilight Man: Rod Serling and the Birth of Television

Shadmi (Highywayman) cleverly allows his subject to narrate his own story, adding poignancy and depth to this comprehensive, entertaining biography.

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Meyer

The script from Lang (Plunder) is fast paced and witty, while the illustrations from Mutti (Port of Earth. Vol. 3) capture southern Florida’s pastel noir vibe in a thrilling caper clearly inspired by the novels of Elmore Leonard and Carl Hiaasen.
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