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Fantasy Sports 3: The Green King

Wiz and Mug are back for another magical adventure as they continue their quests for the mighty Order of Mages! Wiz has always believed in the Order of Mages as a force for good; one that works to destroy tyrants and restore peace, but it seems that may not be the case at all. Prepare More Info »

Pantheon

The most important myth in Ancient Egypt is faithfully retold in glorious color! Horus, son of Isis, vows bloody revenge on his Uncle Set for the murder and usurpation of his Pharaoh father. Based on elements from various versions of the famous Osiris myth, Hamish Steele has resurrected this fantastic story in all its symbolic More Info »

101 Movies To Watch Before You Die

Taking the form of a diary, this vibrant graphic novel takes the reader from Goodfellas to The Goonies, Harry Potter to Apocalypse Now in a zany and hilarious exploration of the movies that have shaped Cavolo’s life and the lives of his generation.

Hilda and the Stone Forest

Hilda is grounded and she’s attempting a daring escape! But everything is thrown off course when her mother catches her and is dragged along for the ride. Furious with each other, the pair find themselves on forced to embark on a dangerous adventure home through the land of the trolls. Buckle your seat belts for More Info »

Equinoxes

In an equinox, day is as long as night, as if the world found perfect equilibrium between shadow and light, a fleeting equilibrium, similar to the stakes of our human destinies. Segmented into four tableaux for four seasons, unrelated people of all social backgrounds seeking equilibrium cross paths with other solitudes, weaving in and out More Info »

(In A Sense) Lost and Found

The first graphic novel by rising star Roman Muradov, (In A Sense) Lost and Found explores the theme of innocence by treating it as a tangible object–something that can be used, lost and mistreated. Muradov’s crisp delicate style conjures a world of strange bookstores, absurd conspiracies and charming wordplay. A sensitive, nuanced work of magic More Info »

Baby Bjornstrand

Baby Bjornstrand is like a monster movie written by Beckett, and presented in delightfully delicate, and slightly diabolical, pencil drawings. Baby Bjornstrand tells the tale of Mickey, Marcel, and Cyril and their misadventures with an undeniably adorable and mysteriously menacing monster. A wasteland becomes fertile ground for fantasy as the book’s graphite grotesqueries are brought to life More Info »

Lose #6

The sixth issue of this standalone, multiple award-winning anthology series by one of comics’ brightest young stars. Lose #6 is the latest installment in Michael DeForge’s one-person short story anthology series. Hailed as the next Daniel Clowes or Chris Ware, DeForge is cartooning’s brightest young star, and Lose is a standalone showcase for his talents. Michael More Info »

Distance Mover

Imagine Dr. Who as designed by Joan Miró and you’ll have a sense of this art house, sci-fi adventure. Mr. Earth can move incredible distances in his improbable Distance Mover, a wondrous vehicle that reflects the fantastic world it traverses. He, and his young art-star protégée Mendel, explore culture-rich crystalline cities, challenge the mighty Council of the More Info »

VERY NEAR MINT vol. 3

VERY NEAR MINT, it’s a comic book about a comic book shop! Written and illustrated by Justin Peterson.  VNM is the story of Colin and Sam who own the Splash Page, your friendly local neighborhood comic shop. All hell breaks loose as a rival shop opens up across the street, called (naturally) Across the Street More Info »


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