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Cosplayers explores these delicate psychological balancing acts via a series of interconnected short stories surrounding two young women, Annie and Verti who combine their love of cosplaying with their love of popular culture.
In a land far away, there were two kingdoms: the Outside, where twisted beasts roamed that could curse, and the Inside, where humans lived in safety and peace. The girl and the beast should never have met, but when they do, a quiet fairytale begins.
Boundless explores the lives of women and how the expectations of others influence their selves. Tamaki uses hyper-realist detailing dueling with chunky blocks of ink, delicately setting the mood for her character's inner turmoil.
Panter’s version of Milton’s Paradise Regained doesn’t rely on his words, but follows the structure with one notable exception: Jesus has been replaced by a hillbilly, Songy, who is on a vision quest before being tempted by a chimeric Satan figure.
In the basement, through the appliances and past the veil that separates realities, lies a rainbow-hued world where a group of kids have found retreat from their suburban mundanity with a coterie of iridescent creatures.
Acclaimed cartoonist and illustrator Eleanor Davis documented her cross-country bike tour as it happened. The immediacy of it makes for an incredible chronicle of human experience on the most efficient and humane form of human transportation.
Pretending Is Lying is a memoir like no other. It is an unnerving comedy of paternal dysfunction, an achingly ambivalent love story, and a searing account of childhood trauma — a tour de force of the art of comics.
Out of the Woods is a graphic memoir to help people understand and overcome depression and anxiety. Although the format is an autobiographical comic, it is primarily an educational self-help book, using the author's own life story.
Delisle conveys the psychological effects of solitary confinement, compelling us to ask ourselves some difficult questions regarding the repercussions of negotiating with kidnappers and what it really means to be free.
Exploring the anguish of immigration and the lasting effects that displacement has on a child and her family, Bui documents the story of her family’s escape after the fall of South Vietnam in the ‘70s, and the new life they built for themselves.
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