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Masters of the Nefarious: Mollusk Rampage

Parisian cartoonist La Police’s English-language debut pokes fun at tropes drawn from the pulpier genres, with a thrillingly unique blend of deadpan humor and surreal silliness that is both uproarious and evocative of a fascinating, singular vision.

Completely Kafka: A Comic Biography

An uncommonly entertaining biography and reconsideration of Kafka’s complex character, released to coincide with the centennial of his death.


Weaver (Paklis) merges elements of cyberpunk and film noir in this admirably ambitious, totally engaging sci-fi thriller.


An exquisitely illustrated, propulsive-plotted erotic thriller from Llovet (Porcelain).

Usagi Yojimbo: 40th Anniversary Reader

An essential collection of intricately plotted, emotionally complex, wonderfully entertaining tales written and drawn by one of the greatest storytellers of our time.

My Favorite Thing Is Monsters, Bk. 2

Fans are likely to find this gorgeously illustrated, uniquely immersive conclusion to Karen’s story well worth the wait.

Search and Destroy, Vol. 1

Kaneko retains Tezuka’s relentless pacing, flair for melodrama, and thematic focus on justice, corruption, and individuality within an oppressive society, while integrating elements of body horror and an increased focus on the unsustainability of societies where vital resources are controlled by a thriving minority, to the detriment of the masses.
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