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The Return of Zita the Spacegirl

Ben Hatke brings back our intrepid space heroine for another delightful sci-fi/fantasy adventure in this New York Times‑Bestselling trilogy for middle grade readers. Zita the Spacegirl has saved planets, battled monsters, and wrestled with interplanetary fame. But she faces her biggest challenge yet in the third and final installment of the Zita adventures. …read more


School of World Volume 3

This book collects strips 331-502 of the sometimes daily strip webcomic School of World.  In School of World Volume 3: Class is in Session, we return again to the adventures of a curious little boy who asks his father many, many questions.  This volume also contains episode descriptions from the …read more



Introducing INK BRICK, a new journal for work that crosses the borders between comics and poetry. This debut issue features original pieces from John Hankiewicz, Simone Kearney, Simon Moreton, L. Nichols, Alexander Rothman, Bianca Stone, Gary Sullivan, and Paul K. Tunis. We are tearing down walls to throw the bricks …read more


Shogum of the Dead Book One: Twilight of the Samurai

In order to win the clan wars and seize power over the entire island, Hideki Tachikawa has sold the very souls of his allies and relatives in exchange for the immortality of his warriors. Shima Kuretake is a young samurai who rises from the dead and escapes the battlefield in …read more



Twin teen science ninjas patrol opposing zones, light and dark, of an infinitely cyclical labyrinth. Are they nemeses? Soulmates? Polarized manifestations of a single id cloven in twain? Each has strewn clues to a coded message across the other’s path, amid an omnium-gatherum of grotesqueries and curiosities. A perpetual notion …read more


Everywhere Antennas

Julie Delporte’s Everywhere Antennas is a deeply affecting, sparely constructed novel, equal parts Walden and The Bell Jar. Told in the first person, Everywhere Antennas offers diary-like entries from an anonymous narrator who is undergoing a nervous breakdown and struggling to hold together a failing relationship. In soft, flowing colored …read more


I Used to be a German Shepherd

“Starts with a spoiler: HE IS BACK. The most valiant German Shepherd of the comic book world returns. The tale of a sequel or a sequel with a tail? Murilo Martins inks yet another independent comic book, yet another tragicomic evolutionary struggle. Dogs and wolves. And sheeps, of course. A dog …read more


Thoughts From Iceland: Day 1 & Day 2: The Glacier, Sólheimajökull

Thoughts From Iceland is a comic/travelogue about a 3 1/2-day trip I took to Iceland in December 2012. The comic covers places I visited, things I ate, people I met – stuff like that. It’s posted online as a webcomic, usually twice/week. Day 1 and Day 2: The Glacier, Sólheimajökull are …read more


La Macchina Bellica: Volume 2

Kana Inari had a bad feeling about her job transfer to Feuerland’s Northern Penitentiary. Warden Himmet expects Kana to spearhead the CSF’s questionable experiments after her predecessor’s untimely death at the hands of her new ward, the imprisoned Calanthian General. Her first day on the job proves her fears well-founded …read more



FUJOSPORTS! Team bonding, rivals, long hard days of training, the anxious and ecstatic viscera of bodies in motion. An anthology of six sports-themed comics injected with a distinctly female gaze. Adrenaline and sweat: is it teamwork, competition, or… something more? A volume of distinctly fiery stories, relationships consummated in pure …read more

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