Guardians of the Galaxy were always kind of a cult favorite team. They were a malleable group of strange and relatively less popular cosmic characters from the far reaches of the Marvel Universe. The original team was actually from several thousand years into the future, the contemporary version of the team didn’t exist … Read More
Witness the birth of the Marvel Universe through the eyes of one of its own Golden Age heroes! Captain America. Bucky Barnes. The Angel. Namor, the Sub-Mariner. Nick Fury. The Human Torch. Toro. The Phantom Bullet! As the dashing Angel fights crime in the streets of pre-wartime America of the 1930s and ’40s, he witnesses … Read More
If you’re looking for a more influential Bat-book, look no further. If you have The Dark Knight Returns and Batman: Year One on your shelf then your next comic-book purchase needs to be The Long Halloween. In the fashion of Stefon, this book has everything. A mystery only the world greatest detective can solve. A huge ensemble … Read More
Twilight meets the legend of Atlantis in this graphic novel from writer Joelle Sellner and artist Abby Boeh. After the death of her beloved mother, Aryn’s father has moved her family to a new town hoping for a fresh start. At first, things seem to be going well – Aryn is making friends and … Read More
Don’t call her Lady Thor. Don’t call her Thor Girl. Jane Foster is THE MIGHTY THOR. THUNDER IN HER VIENS collects the first five issues of the Mighty Thor series. What is most striking about this run is the incredibly rich artwork that puts on display Jane’s full wide range of emotion while building a … Read More
One of Grant Morrison’s most controversial, trippiest and abstract comic book titles, trying to summarize the plot of The Invisibles is a losing proposition. Morrison claims much of the story came to him after a metaphysical experience (he got suuuuper high) in Kathmandu. This series combines all of Morrison’s favorite tropes: magic, psychedelic drugs, age-old conspiracies, and his signature weirdness.
Powerful graphics add a new dimension to this timeless diary of a young girls life. Adapted by Ari Folman, illustrated by David Polonsky, this is the first graphic edition of The Diary with quotation directly from the definitive edition. With stunning art, it remains faithful to the original, with additional layers of visual meaning and … Read More
Looking for the best books to take with you on summer vacation? These are some of our favorites right now: 15. The Black Monday Murders This is classic occultism, where the various schools of magic are actually clandestine banking cartels who control all of society: a secret world where vampire Russian oligarchs, Black popes, enchanted … Read More