Listing Tag: comics

NewsPrints

Blue is an orphan who disguises herself as a newsboy. There’s a war going on, and girls are expected to help the struggling economy by selling cookies. But Blue loves living and working at the Bugle, the only paper in town that tells the truth. And what’s printed in the newspapers now matters more than ever. More Info »

The Turtle Library Comics Magazine (fall 2019 issue)

Comics!  Games! More Comics!  The fall 2019 issue of The Turtle Library Comics Magazine is here!  A truly multifaceted reading experience, this issue contains page upon page of comics in a variety of formats (including a cut-out foldable monstrosity), a good old fashioned letters section, and instructions on how to transform a simple bean-bag toss More Info »

BLOOD ON THE TRACKS

“BLOOD ON THE TRACKS is a smart, fast-paced, tough-as-nails crime story that promises thrills, delivers, then promises even more. I’m hooked!”
– Cullen Bunn
(The Damned, Harrow County, Deadpool, The Sixth Gun)

Captain Romance / Girls in Science

Captain Romance! Girls in Science!

SHORTS + LOSSES – Vol. 5

“The way I have come to understand it, you have found yourself in a moral quandary…”

Blood on the Tracks – No. 5 (of 5)

“What just happened?” “We need to get out of here. Now!”

Blood on the Tracks – No.4 (of 5)

“So what’s the point of all this? What are we doing? Well, I thought it would be obvious, right? We’re making money.”

Return to Romance

Ogden Whitney was one of the unsung masters of American comics. He is perhaps best remembered for co-creating the satirical superhero Herbie Popnecker, also known as the Fat Fury, but his romance comics of the late 1950s and 1960s may be even more unique. In Whitney’s hands, the standard formula of meet-cute, minor complications, and More Info »

The Tenderness of Stones

“We buried one of dad’s lungs,” announces the narrator of The Tenderness of Stones. The lung is so large it takes three men to carry it—and that is just the beginning. The family looks on as, under the dispassionate orders of anonymous white-clad strangers, their father is disassembled, piece by piece: His nose is removed from More Info »

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is the story of a family, and a city. Frank Santoro faces a straightforward yet heart-rending reality: His parents, once high-school sweethearts, now never speak to each other—despite working in the same building. Stuck in the middle, he tries to understand. The result is this book. Using markers, pencils, scissors, and tape, with a variety More Info »