Persepolis has earned widespread acclaim and soared to best-selling status worldwide. Marjane Satrapi unfolds the poignant and unforgettable tale of her childhood and coming of age in Tehran during the Islamic Revolution.
Jess Zafarris’ Words from Hell: Unearthing the Darkest Secrets of English Etymology uncovers the roots and evolution of words, revealing how their meanings have changed over time.
“For the Love of Mars” surveys the red planet’s place in the human imagination, beginning with ancient astrologers and skywatchers and ending in our present moment of exploration and virtual engagement.
The Calvin And Hobbes Portable Compendium Set 1 by the talented Bill Watterson, is scheduled to hit the shelves on August 29, 2023. The new compendium comes in a compact portable format.
“Cliffhanger! Cinematic Superheroes of the Serials: 1941-1952” by TwoMorrows Publishing and Christopher Irving, readers can explore the captivating intersection of cinema and comics history.
The Flash: The Official Visual Companion is more than just a book; it’s a must-have collector’s item for every fan of Barry Allen, Jay Garrick, Wally West, and the entire Flash legacy.
Andy Cowan presents an extensive compilation of over 500 flips in an A-Z format, showcasing the covert impact of B-Side shows in transforming the pop music scene.
Paul McCartney’s #1 New York Times bestselling book “The Lyrics” is to be released in paperback with 7 new song commentaries from the greatest living songwriter.
“Kings of Their Own Ocean” is a pressing study that interweaves science, commerce, criminality, and ecological fairness. Witness moments of inspiring optimism for the preservation of our oceans.
“Who is the Hulk?” is a comprehensive celebration of the Hulk, Marvel’s most iconic and complex superhero. Journey through 60 years of the Hulk’s comic book history.
I had the opportunity to acquire a copy of Destroyer Duck, a compelling collection that brings together the initial five issues of the short-lived series.
McSweeney’s 71: The Monstrous and the Terrible is a hair-raising collection of fiction that will challenge the notion of what horror has been, and suggest what twenty-first-century horror is and can be.
“100 Years of Weird” is a remarkable collection of classic and contemporary stories, flash fiction, essays, and poems from the most prominent names in speculative fiction.
The Song of Significance is a rousing contemplation on work: why it is the way it is, why it’s gotten so bad, and what all of us–especially leaders–can do to make it better.