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Malcolm X

by Randy DuBurke & Andrew Helfer

The age of multitasking needs better narrative history. It must be absolutely factual, immediately accessible, smart, and brilliantly fun. Enter Andrew Helfer, the award-winning graphic-novel editor behind Road...


Cross-X

by Joe Miller

In Cross-X, journalist Joe Miller follows the Kansas City Central High School's debate squad through the 2002 season that ends with a top-ten finish at the national championships in Atlanta.

By almost all measures,...


The Ten-Cent Plague

by David Hajdu

The story of the rise and fall of those comic books has never been fully told -- until The Ten-Cent Plague. David Hajdu's remarkable new book vividly opens up the lost world of comic books, its creativity, irreverence,...


The Rise of Comic Book Movies

by Jason Keen, Benny Potter, Dan Rumbles & Chris Stuckmann

Why We Can’t Get Enough of Superhero Movies Recent years show a sea change in Hollywood- the biggest movies come from the pages of comic books. These box office successes are driven by fans who love seeing...


Marxism

by Rupert Woodfin & Oscar Zarate

Karl Marx was one of the most influential thinkers of the late 19th century, inspiring revolutions and colossal political upheavals that have radically transformed the lives of millions of people and the geopolitical...


Introducing Foucault

by Chris Horrocks & Zoran Jevtic

Michel Foucault's work was described at his death as 'the most important event of thought in our century'. As a philosopher, historian and political activist, he certainly left behind an enduring and influential...


Introducing Marxism

by Rupert Woodfin & Oscar Zarate

Was Marx himself a 'Marxist'? Was his visionary promise of socialism betrayed by Marxist dictatorship? Is Marxism inevitably totalitarian? What did Marx really say? "Introducing Marxism" provides a fundamental...


Saigon Calling

by Marcelino Truong & David Homel

In this sequel to the graphic memoir Such a Lovely Little War, young Marcelino and his family move from Saigon to swinging London in order to escape the war. There, he discovers an exciting new world of hedonists...


Barbarians and the Birth of Chinese Identity

by Jing Liu

The third volume of the Understanding China Through Comics series, Barbarians and the Birth of Chinese Identity, tells of the founding of the Song Dynasty and its attempts to reinvigorate a flagging economy...


Co-operative Revolution

by Paul Fitzgerald (aka Polyp)

As the dominant economic system is increasingly called into question, the time of the co-operative has well and truly come. Illustrating the history of the co-operative movement from its humble beginnings in...


Portraits of Violence

by Brad Evans, Sean Michael Wilson, Robert Brown & Carl Thompson et al.

Bringing together established academics and award-winning comic book writers and illustrators, Portraits of Violence illustrates the most compelling ideas and episodes in the critique of violence.

Hannah Arendt,...


The Vagabonds #1

by Josh Neufeld

In The Vagabonds, Josh Neufeld explores religion, global politics and the mysteries of everyday life, in locales as diverse as the Thai countryside, San Francisco and New York City.

Stranded in a remote corner...


Tokyo On Foot: Travels in the City's Most Colorful Neighborhoods

by Florent Chavouet

This prize-winning book is both an illustrated tour of a Tokyo rarely seen in Japan travel guides and an artist's warm, funny, visually rich, and always entertaining graphic memoir.

Florent Chavouet, a young...


It's All Chinese to Me: An Overview of Culture & Etiquette in China

by Pierre Ostrowski & Gwen Penner

Picture yourself in China with this fun, graphic-novel inspired introduction to China, its culture and people!

Ready to gain insight into Chinese culture in a fascinating way? This comprehensive introduction...


Manabeshima Island Japan: One Island, Two Months, One Minicar, Sixty Crabs, Eighty Bites and Fifty Shots of Shochu

by Florent Chavouet

More than just a Japan travel guide, Manabeshima Island Japan paints a colorful and entertaining picture of a particular place and time in Japan.

Japan is made up of thousands of sacred islands, artificial islands,...


Flying Couch: A Graphic Memoir

by Amy Kurzweil

Flying Couch, Amy Kurzweil’s debut, tells the stories of three unforgettable women. Amy weaves her own coming-of-age as a young Jewish artist into the narrative of her mother, a therapist, and Bubbe, her grandmother,...


Threadbare

by The Ladydrawers & Anne Elizabeth Moore

Threadbare draws the connections between the international sex and garment trades and human trafficking in a beautifully illustrated comics series. Anne Elizabeth Moore, in reports illustrated by top-notch comics...


Invaders from the North: How Canada Conquered the Comic Book Universe

by John Bell

This generously illustrated book serves up a cheeky cavalcade of outrageous personalities that attest to Canadas verve in the world of storytelling.


Castro: A Graphic Novel

by Reinhard Kleist

On the heels of America’s renewed relations with Cuba: a vividly depicted graphic novel on the life of Fidel Castro.


Len, A Lawyer in History: A Graphic Biography of Radical Attorney Leonard Weinglass