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Don’t miss out on getting the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Compendium for just $4.99 /£3.99 and the Nemo books for just $1.99 / £1.49. Courtesy of Alan Moore & Kevin O’Neill and the folks at Top Shelf and Knockabout. Click here!
NEW GRAPHIC NOVEL WEDNESDAY
Great new releases from Koyama Press, Dark Horse, Fantagraphics and Avery Hill!
Fantagraphics • 20% off • $22.99 / £16.99 • 209 pp
“Jason’s stories are ultimately about the redemptive nature of love. They are usually cut from a similar cloth and yet they constantly delight and surprise me… This guy is so good.” – Heidi MacDonald
Fantagraphics • 30% off • $9.99/£7.99 • 53 pp
by Joan Cornellà
“If you enjoy weird, disturbing and profane humor you’ll love this book. If you appreciate a twisted sense of humor you will be mesmerized.” – David Brooke, Adventures in Poor Taste
Dark Horse • 35% off • $12.99 / £9.99 • 211 pp
by Cory Levine & Ian Bertram
Immigrant Nikolaus McGovern rallies a motley crew of street youths in a rip-roaring coming-of-age adventure based on the period history of antebellum New York City!
“Bowery Boys: Our Fathers is a fascinating read that will educate and enamour the reader with its rich and gripping story.” – Chris White, The Nerdy
Dark Horse • 50% off • $9.99 / £7.99 • 239 pp
by Evan Dorkin
A carton of hate. A wedge of spite. A comic book of idiotic genius. The Eisner Award-winning dairy duo returns in this deluxe edition collecting every single stupid Milk and Cheese comic ever made from 1989 to 2010, along with a sh*t-ton of supplemental awesomeness. This has everything you need! Don’t judge it – love it! Or else!
Panel Nine • $6.99 / £4.99 • 124 pp
by Flix Gillett
“Science fiction comics are a dime a dozen, delightful ones are rarer. And this one, with a truly charming heroine and original art, is so full of promise that one can only pray it will last.”
– Fabio P. Barbieri, Comics International
Koyama • 40% off • $9.99/£7.99 • 208 pp
by Walter Scott
Wendy is trendy, and has dreams of art stardom – but our young urban protagonist is perpetually derailed by the temptations of punk music, drugs, alcohol, parties, and boys. Hegemonies and hearts are broken in this droll and iconoclastic look at the worlds of art and twentysomethings.
Koyama • 50% off • $6.99/£4.99 • 46 pp
by Britt Wilson
Miri and Luey have a dilemma. Their dad’s been turned into a cat and their closet is a garden full of goblins…
“The force and power of Wilson’s art is such that it grabs you from the off and pulls you along on a riotous, charming, and inexplicable ride.”
– Zainab Akhtar, Comics & Cola
Koyama • 40% off • $11.99/£8.99 • 188 pp
by Patrick Kyle
“Patrick Kyle has created a comic that has a magical mix of captivating storytelling and great drawing style. With a tip of the hat to Dr. Who, Mr. Earth explores strange worlds and studies their cultures… A captivating adventure that’s easy to get into, with visual surprises on each page… step aboard theDistance Mover.” — Matt Lamothe, Book By Its Cover
Koyama • 50% off • $7.99/£5.99 • 53 pp
by John Martz
“John Martz is a master of inventive comics storytelling, and this is the kind of book I wish I’d had when I was a kid: inspiring, eye-opening, and never not fun. A Cat Named Tim is a treasure chest of wonderful.” – Ryan North, Adventure Time, Dinosaur Comics
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