All the Answers

In this moving graphic memoir, Eisner Award-winning writer and artist Michael Kupperman traces the life of his reclusive father—the once-world-famous Joel Kupperman, Quiz Kid. That his father is slipping into dementia—seems to embrace it, really—means that the past he would never talk about might be erased forever.

Alone

Available in English for the first time—the internationally bestselling graphic novel and an Official Selection at France’s prestigious Angoulême Internaional Comics Festival by master illustrator-storyteller Chabouté (Park Bench, Moby-Dick).

Amazing Fantastic Incredible

The #1 New York Times bestseller! Stan Lee, the leading creative force behind the rise of Marvel Comics, brought to life some of the world’s best-known heroes and most infamous villains, creating a new storytelling mythology in the process. In this unique, richly illustrated memoir, Lee tells of his extraordinary life with the same inimitable energy and offbeat spirit that he brought to the comics universe.

Bad Girls

In this heart-pounding, starkly colored, and visually stunning graphic novel, three women have twelve hours to get out of Cuba with six-million dollars on the night of New Year’s Eve 1958.

Creepshow

The graphic novel adaptation of the classic horror anthology film written by Stephen King, with art by Bernie Wrightson!

The Crow

This special hardcover release of the 2011 edition continues the legacy of The Crow as the powerful journey of an avenging angel and a celebration of true love…as fierce, intelligent, and unforgettable as when it was first conceived.

French Milk

Through delightful drawings, photographs, and musings, twenty-something Lucy Knisley documents a six-week trip she and her mother took to Paris when each was facing a milestone birthday. What results is not only a sweet and savory journey through the City of Light, but a moving, personal look at a mother-daughter relationship.

Mis(h)adra

An Arab-American college student struggles to live with epilepsy in this starkly colored and deeply-cutting graphic novel.

Other People

With a deft pen and a keen eye, Other People collects Joff Winterhart’s first two graphic novels—Days of the Bagnold Summer and Driving Short Distances—both of which find the humorous and poignant inside the lives of Britain’s most unconventional pairs, and showing astoundingly well what it means to be human by celebrating life’s lesser-acclaimed players.

Park Bench

With his masterful illustration style, bestselling French creator-storyteller Chabouté (Alone, Moby-Dick) explores community through a common, often ignored object: the park bench.

Roughneck

From the New York Times bestselling author and award-winning creator of Essex County, Secret Path, Descender, and The Underwater Welder comes an all-original graphic novel about a brother and sister who must come together after years apart to face the disturbing history that has cursed their family.

To Build A Fire

A striking retelling of Jack London’s most-read short story, from the internationally bestselling graphic novelist and master storyteller Christoph Chaboute. Miles across the sunless Yukon, toward the Klondike to search for gold, a man and a dog trek through the Great White North, struggling to survive nature’s frigid indifference.

STEPHEN KING’S THE DARK TOWER

Beginnings #1: The Gunslinger Born

Bringing the dramatic history of Roland Deschain of Gilead into chronological order—as originally published in the bestsellers The Gunslinger and Wizard and Glass—a reckless act of courage gains Roland his first set of guns and earns him and his friends, Cuthbert Allgood and Alain Johns, an encounter with the evil forces he will meet again and again throughout his life…

Beginnings #2: The Long Road Home

Roland Deschain and his friends must flee for their lives from the town of Hambry, with a murderous posse close behind and the road ahead to Gilead fraught with peril. But Roland cannot resist the lure of a stolen enchanted seeing sphere—and finds his consciousness trapped inside this mystical orb…

Beginnings #3: Treachery

All is not well in Gilead, the crown jewel of Mid-World. Roland Deschain has voluntarily kept a stolen evil seeing sphere, and what the young gunslinger sees within the glass heralds the darkest of nightmares. Meanwhile, danger lurks in every form, as the horrific machinations of “the Good Man” John Farson threatens all Roland holds dear…

Beginnings #4: The Fall of Gilead

The evil deceptions woven by a mystical seeing sphere warped Roland Deschain’s sense of reality, causing him to unintentionally commit an unforgivable crime. But this is only a taste of the bitter fate for all of Mid-World’s noblest defenders, as the violent insanity of the monstrous John Farson finally culminates in an all-out assault on Gilead itself…

Beginnings #5: The Battle of Jericho Hill

The handful of Gilead’s survivors have been flushed out beyond their homeland’s boundaries, where they can only watch as time takes its toll. With the odds overwhelmingly against him, it is time for Roland Deschain to make his last stand for all that is good and face John Farson and the corruption of Mid-World head-on—even if he dies trying…

The Gunslinger #1: The Journey Begins

The barony of Gilead has fallen to the forces of the evil. Now as the last of the gunslingers, Roland Deschain sets out in search of the mysterious Dark Tower—the one place where he can set the events of his out-of-sync world right again. Along the way, Roland will battle his worst nightmares as he trails the elusive Man in Black—the inhuman sorcerer who holds the key to Roland’s desperate search.

The Gunslinger #2: The Little Sisters of Eluria

Now near death following a vicious attack, Roland Deschain is detoured from his relentless pursuit of the Man in Black, and taken in by a mysterious and unearthly group of nuns who specialize in anything but the healing arts. For these hideous, corpselike creatures—the Little Sisters of Eluria—have murder on their twisted minds…

The Gunslinger #3: The Battle of Tull

Following the road through the Mohaine Desert, Roland Deschain continues his epic search for the elusive Man in Black. Instead, he finds Tull, the last stop of civilization. A town of devil grass, desert sand, and despair… full of nothing, especially mercy, as a deadly trap set here in this town awaits Mid-World’s last gunslinger…

The Gunslinger #4: The Way Station

Leaving death in his wake, Roland Deschain continues his trek across the apotheosis of all deserts, and soon arrives at a mysterious way station. Here, a young boy, Jake Chambers, has seemingly appeared out of nowhere from another place and time. But who is this sophisticated child, and what is his connection to Roland’s quest and the Man in Black himself?

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All the Answers

In this moving graphic memoir, Eisner Award-winning writer and artist Michael Kupperman traces the life of his reclusive father—the once-world-famous Joel Kupperman, Quiz Kid. That his father is slipping into dementia—seems to embrace it, really—means that the past he would never talk about might be erased forever.

Alone

Available in English for the first time—the internationally bestselling graphic novel and an Official Selection at France’s prestigious Angoulême Internaional Comics Festival by master illustrator-storyteller Chabouté (Park Bench, Moby-Dick).

Amazing Fantastic Incredible

The #1 New York Times bestseller! Stan Lee, the leading creative force behind the rise of Marvel Comics, brought to life some of the world’s best-known heroes and most infamous villains, creating a new storytelling mythology in the process. In this unique, richly illustrated memoir, Lee tells of his extraordinary life with the same inimitable energy and offbeat spirit that he brought to the comics universe.

Bad Girls

In this heart-pounding, starkly colored, and visually stunning graphic novel, three women have twelve hours to get out of Cuba with six-million dollars on the night of New Year’s Eve 1958.

Creepshow

The graphic novel adaptation of the classic horror anthology film written by Stephen King, with art by Bernie Wrightson!

The Crow

This special hardcover release of the 2011 edition continues the legacy of The Crow as the powerful journey of an avenging angel and a celebration of true love…as fierce, intelligent, and unforgettable as when it was first conceived.

French Milk

Through delightful drawings, photographs, and musings, twenty-something Lucy Knisley documents a six-week trip she and her mother took to Paris when each was facing a milestone birthday. What results is not only a sweet and savory journey through the City of Light, but a moving, personal look at a mother-daughter relationship.

Mis(h)adra

An Arab-American college student struggles to live with epilepsy in this starkly colored and deeply-cutting graphic novel.

Other People

With a deft pen and a keen eye, Other People collects Joff Winterhart’s first two graphic novels—Days of the Bagnold Summer and Driving Short Distances—both of which find the humorous and poignant inside the lives of Britain’s most unconventional pairs, and showing astoundingly well what it means to be human by celebrating life’s lesser-acclaimed players.

Park Bench

With his masterful illustration style, bestselling French creator-storyteller Chabouté (Alone, Moby-Dick) explores community through a common, often ignored object: the park bench.

Roughneck

From the New York Times bestselling author and award-winning creator of Essex County, Secret Path, Descender, and The Underwater Welder comes an all-original graphic novel about a brother and sister who must come together after years apart to face the disturbing history that has cursed their family.

To Build A Fire

A striking retelling of Jack London’s most-read short story, from the internationally bestselling graphic novelist and master storyteller Christoph Chaboute. Miles across the sunless Yukon, toward the Klondike to search for gold, a man and a dog trek through the Great White North, struggling to survive nature’s frigid indifference.

STEPHEN KING’S THE DARK TOWER

Beginnings #1: The Gunslinger Born

Bringing the dramatic history of Roland Deschain of Gilead into chronological order—as originally published in the bestsellers The Gunslinger and Wizard and Glass—a reckless act of courage gains Roland his first set of guns and earns him and his friends, Cuthbert Allgood and Alain Johns, an encounter with the evil forces he will meet again and again throughout his life…

Beginnings #2: The Long Road Home

Roland Deschain and his friends must flee for their lives from the town of Hambry, with a murderous posse close behind and the road ahead to Gilead fraught with peril. But Roland cannot resist the lure of a stolen enchanted seeing sphere—and finds his consciousness trapped inside this mystical orb…

Beginnings #3: Treachery

All is not well in Gilead, the crown jewel of Mid-World. Roland Deschain has voluntarily kept a stolen evil seeing sphere, and what the young gunslinger sees within the glass heralds the darkest of nightmares. Meanwhile, danger lurks in every form, as the horrific machinations of “the Good Man” John Farson threatens all Roland holds dear…

Beginnings #4: The Fall of Gilead

The evil deceptions woven by a mystical seeing sphere warped Roland Deschain’s sense of reality, causing him to unintentionally commit an unforgivable crime. But this is only a taste of the bitter fate for all of Mid-World’s noblest defenders, as the violent insanity of the monstrous John Farson finally culminates in an all-out assault on Gilead itself…

Beginnings #5: The Battle of Jericho Hill

The handful of Gilead’s survivors have been flushed out beyond their homeland’s boundaries, where they can only watch as time takes its toll. With the odds overwhelmingly against him, it is time for Roland Deschain to make his last stand for all that is good and face John Farson and the corruption of Mid-World head-on—even if he dies trying…

The Gunslinger #1: The Journey Begins

The barony of Gilead has fallen to the forces of the evil. Now as the last of the gunslingers, Roland Deschain sets out in search of the mysterious Dark Tower—the one place where he can set the events of his out-of-sync world right again. Along the way, Roland will battle his worst nightmares as he trails the elusive Man in Black—the inhuman sorcerer who holds the key to Roland’s desperate search.

The Gunslinger #2: The Little Sisters of Eluria

Now near death following a vicious attack, Roland Deschain is detoured from his relentless pursuit of the Man in Black, and taken in by a mysterious and unearthly group of nuns who specialize in anything but the healing arts. For these hideous, corpselike creatures—the Little Sisters of Eluria—have murder on their twisted minds…

The Gunslinger #3: The Battle of Tull

Following the road through the Mohaine Desert, Roland Deschain continues his epic search for the elusive Man in Black. Instead, he finds Tull, the last stop of civilization. A town of devil grass, desert sand, and despair… full of nothing, especially mercy, as a deadly trap set here in this town awaits Mid-World’s last gunslinger…

The Gunslinger #4: The Way Station

Leaving death in his wake, Roland Deschain continues his trek across the apotheosis of all deserts, and soon arrives at a mysterious way station. Here, a young boy, Jake Chambers, has seemingly appeared out of nowhere from another place and time. But who is this sophisticated child, and what is his connection to Roland’s quest and the Man in Black himself?