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The B&N Podcast: Brian K. Vaughan on his Galactic Imagination

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The B&N Podcast: Brian K. Vaughan on his Galactic Imagination

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The wildest science fiction story of our time hasn't been on the screen, but on the pages of the sprawling, appropriately named comic series "Saga." Writer Brian K. Vaughan joins B&N's Joel...
The B&N Podcast: Marjorie Liu on Making a World of Her Own in “Monstress”

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The B&N Podcast: Marjorie Liu on Making a World of Her Own in “Monstress”

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The bestselling novelist and comics writer joins us for a deep dive into the creation of her award winning graphic fantasy epic, Monstress.
Kafkaesque

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Kafkaesque

Reviewed by David L. Ulin ×

In a new graphic adaptation of Franz Kafka's short fiction, the author's absurdist worldview gets a provocative visual translation.
Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt

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Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt

by James Mustich ×

Journeying to the "sacrifice zones" of global capitalism, places where the underclass has been foresaken in favor of profit margins, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Chris Hedges and American...

Onward Towards Our Noble Deaths

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Onward Towards Our Noble Deaths

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Nearly 80 years old and famous in his native Japan, graphic novelist Shigeru Mizuki has had to wait until now for his first book in English. A quasi-autobiographical account of the desperate...

Special Exits

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Special Exits

by James Mustich ×

Eleven years in the making, Joyce Farmer's graphic-novel memoir of  her elderly parents exhibits meticulous realism and pathos; it earns a place on the shelf next to such unforgettable...

The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec

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The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec

by James Mustich ×

This is the first book in a planned ten-volume series of Jacques Tardi's irresistible graphic novels depicting the adventures of a female Victorian occult detective—think Hellboy meets the...

The Zabime Sisters

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The Zabime Sisters

by James Mustich ×

A vast amount of the unique cultural wealth of Guadeloupe is zestily compressed into this narrative of a single day of summer enjoyed by three sisters. Alas, this graphic novel represents the...

The Night Bookmobile

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The Night Bookmobile

Reviewed by Jane Ciabattari ×

A reader's fable in comics form, from the author of The Time Traveler's Wife.

Catching Up with Tardi

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Catching Up with Tardi

Essay by Paul Di Filippo ×

The French comics artist Jacques Tardi appears freshly for American readers, adapting works of existentialist crime and wild surrealism.