"Mahler has succeeded in injecting human neuroses into the horror realm in a way that most other over-the-top comedians never broached. It resonates with the part of you that understands that even monsters need a dependable tavern in which to drown their sorrows, fears and foibles." -- Jarret …
"I never thought there was anything funny about our vice-presidents, until I read Veeps, a welcome, often hilarious respite from the tedium of national politics." —Howard Zinn, author of A People's History of the United States
"Here’s the weird skinny on the Little Guys waiting for the Big …
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"Do not trust the tales, or the town, or even the man who tells the tales. Trust only the voice of the fire."— from the introduction by Neil Gaiman
"Alan Moore is the best and most innovative writer in graphic novels. I have been a huge admirer for years." — Michael …
Praise for Bobby Curnow & Brenda Hickey:
“A modern myth that evokes the agelessness of the best folktales but is a completely new invention.” — Newsarama
“Hickey’s artwork is outstanding.” — Comic Wow!
“Depth of characters and story are what really drive this book to be one of …
by Jess Fink
"Jess Fink's work is full of so much casual charm, you think you know her by the time you finish the book. Her light touch brings you through slapstick humor to emotional depths and back again without missing a beat." --Kate Beaton (Hark! A Vagrant)
"We Can Fix It is sexy AND funny at the same …
by Bwana Spoons
"Bwana Spoons' art puts me in the mind of secure expansion, perfect days sculpting in seaweed and driftwood, forgetting about clocks, and unknowingly impressing your best friend." -- J. Otto Seibold, illustrator of Olive, the Other Reindeer
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by Patt Kelley
"[A] beautiful little cartoon meditation on mortality, regret and rebirth." -- North Adams Transcript
"[A] great triumph... What Am I Going to Do Without You? is both unbearably poignant and painful, and yet splendidly heartwarming and life-affirming too." --Broken Frontier
A dinosaur …
Nominated for the Eisner Award!
Teen girls reimagine the universe on a daily basis! This graphic novel proves there's nothing better than using your imagination... except maybe talking nonsense with your friends. Hey, why not both?
"This coming-of-age comic captures the joy and creativity of …
The Eisner-Award-winning wit of Shannon Wheeler breaks hilarious new ground in a handsome new collection.
He roasted us with Too Much Coffee Man.
He found religion with God Is Disappointed in You.
He tackled Trump’s tweets with Sh*t My President Says.
Now, beloved cartoonist Shannon …
by Liz Prince
Winner of the Ignatz Award for Outstanding Debut.
"Beautifully simple and sweet, Liz prince portrays couples in a delightfully self-conscious way." -- Farel Dalrymple
"An adorable little collection of snippets and snapshots of moments from their relationship … the silly, gross and …
by Ed Piskor
"The next big thing in graphic novels." -- Rolling Stone
"Fascinating... Piskor superbly balances action and insight, and gives us a unique window through which to view the ingenious mind of a hacker." -- Publishers Weekly, Best Books of 2012
"Extremely pleasurable... A gripping story with …
by Corey Barba
More than 900,000 Nickelodeon Magazine readers have basked in the fun that is Yam!
"A solid addition to any graphic novel collection." -- School Library Journal
"Corey Barba is a natural-born cartoonist and his Yam comics are warm, funny, and super-real. This
man remembers childhood -- what it …
One of AV Club's Best Comics of 2019!
“A story whose pleasure lies not only in appreciating the beauty of its artwork, but in deciphering what lies hidden in its metaphors.” — Nerd Geek Feelings
“Beautiful and unique… Ye delicately portrays how difficult it is to find oneself in the …
by Nate Powell
"You Don't Say is more than just a collection of immaculate stories; it's also a glimpse at the evolution of one of today's most gifted storytellers." — Scott Snyder
"Haunting, poetic, and visually lyrical, You Don’t Say will get stuck in your head — you’ll be humming its tunes long …
by Lauren Purje
"Lauren Purje may not know much about art, but she knows... actually, she knows a lot about art. And art school, and the art world, and artists. She shows that it’s okay to laugh at art, and more importantly, if you’re an artist, to laugh at yourself." — Jeffrey Brown, author of Clumsy and …