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Save up for Penny Nichols and three more amazing Spring books!

February 16, 2019 / More →


We've got a fantastic and diverse lineup in this month's Diamond Previews now for release in May and June: Penny Nichols (a hilarious love letter to indie/DIY culture), two delightful kids' books in Surfside Girls 2 and Box, and the final issue of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen!

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Hannah Templer's COSMOKNIGHTS storm the castle starting in March!

January 17, 2019 / More →

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Top Shelf Productions will publish the solo debut graphic novel by acclaimed cartoonist Hannah Templer (Jem and the Holograms, GLOW). Written, drawn, and colored by Templer, Cosmoknights is a thrilling galactic adventure set in a world where mech-suited warriors duel over the daughters of the aristocracy, and a fledgling resistance of lady knights aim to bring down the system from within.

Templer will serialize Cosmoknights on its own dedicated web site, www.cosmoknights.space, beginning in March 2019 (International Women's Month), leading to its print publication in Fall 2019. Many retailers are already taking online pre-orders, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, Hudson Booksellers, and Penguin Random House — or you can speak to your local shop.

For more on Cosmoknights, including an exclusive Q&A with Hannah Templer, visit today's article in The Hollywood Reporter!

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Koren Shadmi's most stunning graphic novel yet: HIGHWAYMAN.

January 12, 2019 / More →

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“A bewitching and fascinating roadtrip… with impeccable writing and narration.” Planete BD

“Shadmi intrigues with his mysteries and his evocative skill, asking more questions than he answers.”BoDoï

Israeli cartoonist Koren Shadmi (Love Addict, The Abaddon) turns to science fiction in a sprawling, ambitious journey across time and space.

Forever on the move, Highwayman travels through the vastness of North America searching for the source of his condition. He suffers from a strange, seemingly incurable disease: immortality. Bound to the road and at the mercy of whomever will give him a ride, he encounters people who reflect the rapidly changing world around him. Moving through centuries of change, he watches humanity’s precarious trajectory towards an unknown future.

Highwayman by Koren Shadmi
$19.99 (US) • ISBN 978-1-60309-441-2 • Diamond order code: JAN190855
160 pages • full color • softcover graphic novel w/ flaps • 7.15" x 9"
For mature readers (16+) • Read a 4-page preview

Coming in May 2019!
Pre-order from your favorite comic shop or anywhere books are sold.

RED PANDA & MOON BEAR save the world before bedtime!

December 14, 2018 / More →


Two Latinx kids battle supernatural threats to their working-class neighborhood with the power of science, magic, and some very special hoodies.

Red Panda and Moon Bear are the defenders of their community! Together, these brave siblings rescue lost cats, scold bullies, and solve mysteries, all before Mamá and Papá get home. But lately… the mysteries have been EXTRA mysterious. All of RP and MB’s powers may not be enough to handle spooks, supervillains, alien invaders, and time warps! It’ll take all their imagination — and some new friends — to uncover the secret cause behind all these events before the whole world goes crazy.

In his first book for young readers, Cuban-American cartoonist Jarod Roselló presents a whimsical and tender-hearted adventure, packed with Saturday-morning action and glowing with Caribbean sunshine.

Red Panda and Moon Bear by Jarod Roselló
ISBN 978-1-60309-444-3 • Diamond: DEC180805
$14.99 (US) • Full-color interiors • For young readers (8-12) and up
a 184-page softcover graphic novel with flaps • 6" x 9"

Coming in March 2019
Check out an interior preview.
Then pre-order from your favorite retailer!

April 2019 brings James Albon's lush, political A SHINING BEACON!

December 14, 2018 / More →


Pictures at a revolution: acclaimed graphic novelist James Albon (Her Bark and Her Bite) explores the role of the artist in a frighteningly familiar near-future of tyrannical regimes and popular revolts.

Francesca Saxon, artist and loyal citizen of the nation, is thrilled when she receives a commission to design the central mural of an epic new swimming pool: the jewel in the crown for an insecure regime obsessed by propaganda. Leaving the comfort of her coastal hometown for the lap of luxury of the capital, she is swept up in the paranoia of a government threatened by underground revolutionaries, whose promise of a freer, happier future looks increasingly appealing. Torn between rival factions and her personal loyalties, she realizes that when ideology has a stranglehold on art, the picture is rarely pretty.

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