NOTABLE CREATOR: Ross is one of the world''s most respected comics creators. He has won every major award in the industry and has more than 150,000 followers on Twitter and 700,000 followers on Instagram. Fantastic Four: Full Circle is the first graphic novel Ross has both written and illustrated in his 30-year career.LARGE FORMAT AND BONUS POSTER: The front flap of the jacket unfolds into a mini-poster featuring an all-new fully painted origin story of the Fantastic Four.BROAD AUDIENCE: A standalone title for both new readers and longtime fans.NEW LINE OF BOOKS: Fantastic Four: Full Circle is the first title in a new line of graphic novels by Marvel Comics and Abrams ComicArts called Marvel Arts.MIGHTY BRAND: Marvel Comics celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2019 and is one of the most recognizable brands worldwide. In November 2021, Marvel began its celebration of the Fantastic Four''s 60th anniversary.
The definitive graphic novel adaptation of Dune , the groundbreaking science-fiction classic by Frank Herbert Dune , Frank Herbert''s epic science-fiction masterpiece set in the far future amidst a sprawling feudal interstellar society, tells the story of Paul Atreides as he and his family accept control of the desert planet Arrakis. A stunning blend of adventure and mysticism, environmentalism, and politics, Dune is a powerful, fanstastical tale that takes an unprecedented look into our universe, and is transformed by the graphic novel format. Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson''s adaptation retains the integrity of the original novel, and Raul Allen and Patricia Martin''s magnificent illustrations, along with cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz, bring the book to life for a new generation of readers.
A look at the culture and fanaticism of book lovers, from beloved New York Times illustrator Grant Snider It''s no secret, but we are judged by our bookshelves. We learn to read at an early age, and as we grow older we shed our beloved books for new ones. But some of us surround ourselves with books. We collect them, decorate with them, are inspired by them, and treat our books as sacred objects. In this lighthearted collection of one- and two-page comics, writer-artist Grant Snider explores bookishness in all its forms, and the love of writing and reading, building on the beloved literary comics featured on his website, Incidental Comics. With a striking package including a die-cut cover, I Will Judge You By Your Bookshelf is the perfect gift for bookworms of all ages.
My Friend Dahmer is the hauntingly original graphic novel by Derf Backderf, the award winning political cartoonist. In these pages, Backderf tries to make sense of Jeffery Dahmer, the future serial killer with whom he shared classrooms, hallways, libraries and car rides. What emerges is a surprisingly sympathetic portrait of a young man struggling helplessly against the urges, some ghastly, bubbling up from the deep recesses of his psyche. The Dahmer recounted here, although universally regarded as an inhumane monster, is a lonely oddball who, in reality, is all too human. A shy kid sucked inexorably into madness while the adults in his life fail him. The crimes Dahmer committed are incredibly depraved, infamous and unforgettable, but in My Friend Dahmer, Backderf provides profound insight into how, and more important, why Jeffery Dahmer transformed from a high school loner into the most depraved serial killer since Jack the Ripper, coming as close as anyone yet has to explaining the seemingly unexplainable phenomenon of Jeffery Dahmer.
Since Tintin first appeared in 1929, he has captivated generations of children and adults alike. Millions followed Tintins journeys from the wilds of the Congo to the streets of Prague, Moscow, and New York. Published in 2013, Tintin: The Art of Hergé attracted Tintin fans everywhere by offering insight into this iconic character, with incredible access to original sources from the Hergé Museum in Belgium. Illustrated by images of this unparalleled collection, Tintin: The Art of Hergé provides a rare glimpse into Tintin and Hergés world. Previously unpublished drawings depict how the beloved characters were created and offer fresh commentary. Now, this popular book is available in paperback at an appealing price point.
A human and human-presenting AI slowly become friends-and maybe more-in this moving YA graphic novel.
In a near future, augmentation and AI changed everything and nothing. Indira is a human girl who has been cybernetically augmented after a tragic accident, and Fawn is one of the first human-presenting AI. They have the same internship at a gallery, but neither thinks much of the other's photography. But after a huge public blowout, their mentor gives them an ultimatum: work together on a project or leave her gallery forever. Grudgingly, the two begin to collaborate, and what comes out of it is astounding and revealing for both of them. Pixels of You is about the slow transformation of a rivalry to a friendship to something more as Indira and Fawn navigate each other, the world around them-and what it means to be an artist and a person.
Timed for the 25th anniversary of the comic strip Mutts , The Art of Nothing celebrates the work of author and illustrator Patrick McDonnell Mooch, the curious cat, and Earl, the ever-trusting dog, are just two of the characters who inhabit the world of Mutts . In The Art of Nothing : 25 Years of Mutts and the Art of Patrick McDonnell , the award-winning author and illustrator''s beloved comic strip is celebrated as well as his bestselling children''s classics, including Me . . . Jane, The Gift of Nothing, South, Just Like Heaven, Hug Time, and Wag! , all shot from the original art. Also included are rare and never-before-seen artwork, proposals, outtakes, and developmental work, along with autobiographical commentary, a brand-new, career-spanning interview conducted by artist Lynda Barry, and an introduction by Eckhart Tolle ( The Power of Now and A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life''s Purpose ).
Tells the story of a young boy and his relationship with his father. This work covers the period from the 1939 New York World's Fair to the last Apollo space mission in 1975.