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Monday, 10 October 2016

New & Notable: Fall Graphic Novel Preview

Now that Fall is upon us there's nothing like a good book to keep you warm! Luckily, there are tons of HOT new graphic novels out this season! Here's a preview of some of the spiciest in store:


Tetris: The Games People Play - Box Brown
Unravels the secret history of the most popular video game of all time, chronicling its development in 1980s Soviet Russia and the big money bidding wars and backroom deals that ensued once it emerged from behind the Iron Curtain.


Cosplayers - Dash Shaw
An affectionate celebration of fandom with weird and funny interconnected stories that star two young women who love cosplay and making DIY videos for their Youtube channel.


The One Hundred Nights of Hero - Isabel Greenberg
Set in an imagined medieval world that intertwines myth and fable it's a dark yet enchanting epic that investigates the rich and sometimes troubling history of storytelling, while it reveals its ultimate power.


March: Book Three - John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell
The third and final book in a stirring series that recounts the events of the historic civil rights movement through the eyes of Congressman John Lewis who lived through it.


Last Look - Charles Burns
Collects all three volumes of Charles Burns' masterful, nightmarish X'ed Out trilogy into one softcover book for your careful consideration. (Now you can get to the bottom of it!)


Arab of the Future Volume 2 - Riad Sattouf
In the second volume of this memoir, a young Sattouf goes to school and attempts to assimilate into Syrian life under the dictatorship of Hafez Al-Assad, meanwhile enduring domestic discord and the pains of adolescence.


Hot or Not - Jessica Campbell
Amaze all of your friends with your art history prowess! The distinguished Jessica Campbell will be here in person to present her research on Saturday, October 29th. (With Keith Jones!)


The Best American Comics 2016 - Ed. by Roz Chast
If you don't know where to start or you'd prefer to start with all of them, this is the book for you! A beautiful edition and a fantastic selection of some of the most interesting work in comics this year.

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