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Inside the Mind of Sherlock Holmes

This totally unique depiction of Sherlock Holmes and Watson is likely to be embraced by fans of Arthur Conan Doyle’s original stories and also by those who enjoy abstract or experimental comic art.

Mother Nature

An awkwardly overstuffed plotline is enlivened, if not quite redeemed, by the author’s obvious passion for the subject matter and Stevens’s gorgeous photorealistic watercolor illustration.

Doctor Who: Missy

Unabashedly geared toward fans who will no doubt love this volume.

Cutting Edge

Dimitri’s dense, fast-paced plot prioritizes action and intrigue, leaving little room for in-depth characterization. Regardless, the story is thoroughly entertaining, and Alberti’s stunningly intricate illustrations are among the most impressive published in 2021. A refreshingly strange high-concept thriller.


This title will succeed in both YA and adult graphic novel collections and will be a welcome addition to collections holding Schwab’s other works.

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.

Gamma Draconis

Simmat’s (Wine: A Graphic History) script is somewhat convoluted, but the plot progresses at a thrilling pace, packing in plenty of action and enough big ideas about transhumanism and black magic to fill several volumes of manga. The real draw here are illustrator Yoshimizu’s (Ryuko) fascinatingly energetic page compositions, detailed architectural drawings, and skill at conveying movement through physical space.

Little Victories: Autism through a Father’s Eyes

This charming depiction of a father’s quest to understand his son’s needs arrives having already garnered multiple awards, including the Best Biography Award from the Disability Fund and Society.


Tidhar (By Force Alone) propels an ensemble of historical figures and literary characters through a knotty and thrilling plot packed with intrigue and visceral action, illustrated with a keen eye for historical detail by McCaffrey (Anno Dracula–1895: Seven Days in Mayhem).

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