The groundbreaking graphic novel memoir of a living legend of the civil rights movement,March: Book One has swiftly become an iconic work. Created by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell, this #1 New York Times bestseller is also a Coretta Scott King Honor book, a required text in classrooms across America, and the first graphic novel to win a Robert F. Kennedy Book Award.
Now for the first time ever, this modern classic — praised by everyone from President Bill Clinton to LeVar Burton to Tim Cook — will appear in an over-sized deluxe hardcover edition (8″ x 11.7″), so the stunning work of Lewis, Aydin, and Powell can be appreciated on a grander scale.
Pre-order now via your favorite retailer, for release in February 2016, as this special edition may not be in print for very long!
The master cartoonist behind Box Office Poison, Tricked, and Too Cool to Be Forgottenis back! Our Expanding Universe, the new graphic novel from Alex Robinson, is available now from your favorite retailer. Click here for a preview, or take it from these critics:
“In Our Expanding Universe, Robinson considers the big choice — to have kids or not… It’s a delight to watch him pile speech bubbles atop each other, assemble mundane elements into complicated full-page tableaux and mix realism with fantasy.” — NPR
“Robinson is a genius at characterization, and masterly in weaving the friendships and relationships together; the players are so believable and real that readers will continue thinking about them long after the story concludes.” — Publishers Weekly
“Robinson’s ability to examine the awkward, to comment on societal trends, and to grab you by the heart and pull wet stuff from your tear ducts are all fully on display here… Top notch.” — Under the Radar
“An improbably well-balanced examination of friendship and parenthood.”— Page 45
While you’re shopping, pick up the striking new cover edition of Alex Robinson’s multi-award-winning debut, Box Office Poison, declared by Wizard Magazine the best indy graphic novel of all time! As the AV Club once said: it’s “a salute to comics, an exploration of the human condition, and a solid, absorbing, and riotously snide tale about at least half of the things that make life important.”
And don’t miss the stunning Slipcase Edition of Alan Moore & Kevin O’Neill‘s NemoTrilogy! With these three standalone adventures, the League of Extraordinary Gentlemencreators follow pirate queen Janni Nemo on decades of rip-roaring escapades around the globe, from Lovecraftian horrors to metallo-fascist monstrosities. Now you can get — or give — the full trilogy in a gorgeous boxed set for one low price.
Congratulations to Jennifer Hayden — her ambitious, hilarious, heartbreaking graphic memoir The Story of My Tits continues to earn rave reviews, called one of the Best Books of 2015 by Amazon.com, Library Journal, and the New York Times!
“I wanted something that would take my voice and transmit it to the reader as easily as if I was having a beer with them at the kitchen table,” explains Hayden in a recent interview withPublishers Weekly. “I wanted that informality and immediacy.” Readers have embraced the result, which goes far beyond a breast-cancer narrative to a page-turning exploration of adolescence, adulthood, family, love, and grief. “I set out to tell a survivor’s story that would be the story of a woman, and the last chapter is cancer — not a cancer story per se.” The New York Times agrees, comparing it to Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home and calling it “the perfect gateway graphic novel” for friends and family.
Read a 12-page sample of this landmark book and see why critics call it “everything a graphic memoir can and should be”!