Comics & Graphic Novels

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  • Skin: Surface, Substance, Design

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    Ellen Lupton, with essays by Jennifer Tobias, Alicia Imperiale, Grace Jeffers, Available now in a paperback edition, Skin: Surface, Substance, and Design contains a new preface by Ellen Lupton, describing products and projects that have been produced since the book's initial publication. Skin presents products, furniture, fashion, architecture, and media that expand the limits of what we understand as surface. Reflecting the convergence of natural and artificial life, this provocative and stimulating book shows how enhanced and simulated skins appear everywhere in our contemporary world.
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  • Manga Females: Clip Art: Everything You Need to Create Your Own Professional-Looking Manga Artwork

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    Manga has exploded in popularity to become the most widely-produced style of the comics medium, with thousands of amateur artists creating their own strips and imagery. The majority of manga readers and artists are female, creating stories with dynamic female characters. "Manga Clip Art: Females" follows the successful "Manga Clip Art" and provides these artists with an invaluable resource: exciting, stylish and easily modified figures which can be dropped into strips or used as the basis for original artworks. The CD-ROM contains high resolution line art figures suitable for historical, contemporary and cute manga; step-by-step illustrated tutorials in the book offer a wealth of ideas and tips to help you finish them off and use them in your own work. (Category: Graphic Novel & Manga Artwork)
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  • The Comics Journal #297

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    The Comics Journal is the award-winning print magazine and website exploring the widest range of cartooning — newspaper strips, alternative and mainstream graphic novels, international works, editorial cartoons, webcomics, and much more — in the world. Treating the medium as an art form, TCJis the magazine of record for one of the fastest-growing categories in the book industry, as well as an area of increasing academic interest. TCJ is the perfect magazine for the widening spectrum of discerning and sophisticated readers who take home such books as Persepolis, Fun Home and The Complete Peanuts. Ever since its debut in 1976, The Comics Journal has promoted a wider range of comics than any magazine in the field, and bookstores that carry The Comics Journal routinely find out that the lively, in-depth magazine guides customers to new discoveries. And yes, that means more sales!TCJ #297: A career-spanning interview with Mort Walker, the creator of the long-running comic stripsBeetle Bailey and Hi & Lois. Walker talks about the ways in which the Funny Pages have changed over the last half-century, working on the strips with his sons and his archival effort, The National Cartoon Museum. Graphic designer, editor and cartoonist Jordan Crane discusses his groundbreaking comics anthology NON, his internationally acclaimed all-ages graphic novel, The Clouds Above and his new series Uptight. Plus, an essay and gallery focusing on the work of the famous 17th Century caricaturist, Thomas K. Rowlandson.
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  • MOME Winter/Spring 2008 (Vol. 10) (v. 10)

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    The acclaimed quarterly comics anthology welcomes several new artists along with returning regulars Jonathan Bennett, Sophie Crumb, Andrice Arp, Paul Hornschemeier and Kurt Wolfgang. Among the newcomers are rising stars Eleanor Davis, T. Edward Bak, Zak Sally, Tom Kaczynski, Joe Kimball and Ray Fenwick. Tim Hensley also returns with more of his brilliant "Wally Gropius" strips, as do fan-favorites Al Columbia and R. Kikuo Johnson!As a special feature in this volume, MOME proudly features a 45-page Jim Woodring graphic novella, "The Lute String." This story, previously published only in Japan, features Woodring's signature characters—Frank, Pupshaw, and Pushpaw—in a universe-bending saga that finds the trio in a very unexpected world of flying, shrieking demons and bulbous-faced monsters.MOME is an accessible, reasonably priced quarterly running approximately 120 pages per volume, mostly in color, and spotlighting the most exciting new storytellers in comics along with special surprises. MOME is quickly earning a reputation as one of the premier literary anthologies on the shelves, and the only one comprised almost entirely of comics.
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  • MOME Fall 2008 (Vol. 12) (v. 12)

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    Since its inception in 2005, MOME has bridged the gap between the contemporary graphic novel scene and the current cutting-edge literary scene, serving as a perfect sampler of today's best young graphic novelists in a quarterly format that sits as handsomely on the newsstand alongside journals like McSweeney's and Paris Review as it does in the graphic novels section. Volume 12 welcomes back renowned graphic novelist David B. (Epileptic) for the first time since the fourth volume. MOME also features returning regulars Jonathan Bennett, Sophie Crumb, Andrice Arp, Paul Hornschemeier, Kurt Wolfgang, Eleanor Davis, Zak Sally, Tom Kaczynski, Dash Shaw, Joe Kimball, and Ray Fenwick. Tim Hensley also returns with more of his brilliant "Wally Gropius" strips, as do fan favorites Al Columbia and R. Kikuo Johnson! Plus, several other surprises from some of the best new talent in comics. MOME is an accessible, reasonably priced quarterly running approximately 120 pages per volume, mostly in color, and spotlighting the most exciting new storytellers in comics along with special surprises. MOME is quickly earning a reputation as one of the premier literary anthologies on the shelves, and the only one comprised almost entirely of comics.
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  • The Comics Journal #300

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    Nominated for a 2010 Will Eisner Comic Industry Award: the only serious, scholarly journal of comics news and criticism: a multiple Harvey, Eisner, Eagle and Utne Award-winning magazine and an essential resource for fans, scholars and librarians since its premiere in 1976. A spectacular anniversary issue featuring intergenerational dialogues between alt wiz Kevin Huizenga and reigning Maus king Art Spiegelman; indy comics publisher/cartoonist/musician Zak Sally and Love & Rockets co-creator Jaime Hernandez; Bottomless Belly Button auteur Dash Shaw and Asterios Polypelder auteur David Mazzucchelli; inflammatory muckraker Ted Rall and editorial cartoonist Matt Bors; super-popular Zits! cartoonist Jim Borgman and newly syndicated Keith “Knight Life” Knight; comics artist/teachers Joe Kubert and Steve Bissette; Martin Luther King chronicler Ho Che Anderson andAmerican Flagg! creator Howard Chaykin. And much, much more... Nominated for a 2010 Will Eisner Comic Industry Award: (Best Comics-Related Periodical/Journalism).
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  • The Jetsons: The Official Guide to the Cartoon Classic

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    The Jetsons: The Official Guide to the Cartoon Classic is a fun and fact-filled guide to all things Orbit City! Officially licensed from Warner Bros., it includes everything you need to know about your favorite characters, memorable moments, and funny gadgets from 2062. So hop in your flying car and get ready to blast into the futuristic past with this hilariously informative guide to all things Jetson!
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  • Samurai Stained Glass Coloring Book (Dover Stained Glass Coloring Book)

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    Sixteen exciting illustrations commemorate the glory of the samurai, Japan's elite military caste. Color a 10th-century samurai in full regalia, a 12th-century mounted archer, a 16th-century warlord, a pair of stealthy Ninjas, and many other skilled combatants. Then put them in a window or against a lampshade and watch them glow with honor!
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  • Sci-Fi Stained Glass Coloring Book (Dover Stained Glass Coloring Book)

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    Get ready for a thrilling launch into the outer limits of the universe. It begins with 16 stained glass images — soaring astronauts with high-tech equipment, futuristic spacecraft and space towers, alien invaders, extraterrestrials, and other odd-looking creatures. Just add color and display near a source of light for an out-of-this-world glow!
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  • Die Bar-Bolz-Bande, Band 2

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    Zwei Spieler allein sind noch lange keine Bar-Bolz-Bande. Und so machen sich Mark und Derik auf den Weg, um den nächsten Ballzauberer zu suchen. Doch nur, wenn sie auch das Rätsel um den unheimlichen "fünften Mann" lösen und sich einem Duell ohne Limit stellen, können sie das neue Mitglied für ihre Beachsoccer-Bande gewinnen ...
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  • Hurengespräche

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    Heinrich Zille (1858 - 1929), als Zeichner und Photograph der wohl populärste Chronist des Berliner "Milljöhs", hat auch vor den Schlafstuben und Absteigen der hauptstädtischen Hinterhöfe nicht Halt gemacht. 1913 veröffentlichte er im Privatdruck und unter dem Pseudonym W. Pfeifer eigene, dem Volksmund abgelauschte Aufzeichnungen und Illustrationen, denen er den Titel "Hurengespräche" gab und die, wie nicht anders zu erwarten, unmittelbar bei Erscheinen von den kaiserlichen Sittenrichtern in die Illegalität verbannt wurden. In seiner ebenso drastischen wie authentischen "Sozialstudie" zum Berliner Dirnenmilieu erweist sich Zille nicht nur als intimer Kenner der Szene, sondern auch als der "preußische Boccaccio" des Berliner Proletariats."Wir freuen uns, dieses Urgestein erotischer Großstadtliteratur jetzt wieder in einer Neuauflage anbieten zu können.
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  • Kinder der Strasse

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    „Kinder der Strasse“ ist eine getreue Nachbildung des ersten Zille-Sammelbandes aus dem Jahre 1908. Viele der hier enthaltenen Zeichnungen waren zum Zeitpunkt des Erscheinens schon im Berliner „Ulk“ und im Münchener „Simplicissimus“ , in den „Lustigen Blättern“ und in der „Berliner Illustrirten“ abgedruckt worden. Mit dieser Buchausgabe jedoch wurde Zille im ganzen Reich berühmt. Zille malte genau das, was er täglich in den dunklen Straßen von Berlin erlebte. Er porträtiert das einfache, grausame, sozial ungerechte und trotzdem auch oft freudige Leben der Berliner Arbeiterbevölkerung um die Jahrhundertwende. „Kinder der Strasse“ folgten noch viele weitere Bände, die alle die unter erdrückenden Lebensbedingungen leidenden Menschen zum Thema haben.
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  • Batman 03: Die Jagd nach der Superbombe

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    Endlich! In diesem Erstlesebuch für die 2./3. Klasse steckt alles, was besonders Jungs sich wünschen: coole Helden, fiese Schurken, atemberaubende Spannung und jede Menge Action. Mit zahlreichen farbigen Illustrationen, spannendem Leserätsel und Extra-Seiten zum Mitmachen. So macht Lesen Spaß! Bruce Waynes Firma soll die Entwicklung einer neuen Superbombe unterstützen. Doch bei der Vorstellung der Waffe geht alles schief. Das Lehmmonster Clayface stiehlt die Bombe und macht sich damit aus dem Staub. Er will sie verkaufen, denn er braucht Geld und Unterstützung bei einem persönlichen Rachefeldzug – und hat sich dafür mit dem gefährlichsten Schurken von Gotham City eingelassen …
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  • Batman 02: Das Gruselkabinett des Bösen

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    Endlich! In diesem Erstlesebuch für die 2./3. Klasse steckt alles, was besonders Jungs sich wünschen: coole Helden, fiese Schurken, atemberaubende Spannung und jede Menge Action. Mit zahlreichen farbigen Illustrationen, spannendem Leserätsel und Extra-Seiten zum Mitmachen. So macht Lesen Spaß! Der Joker ist aus dem Gefängnis geflohen! Auf der Jagd nach dem Schurken tappt Batman in eine Falle, denn der Joker hat eine alte Fabrik in sein persönliches Gruselkabinett umgebaut. Dort bekommt Batman es mit gefährlichen Clown-Robotern und mörderischen Geisterbahnen zu tun. Kann er dem Schrecken entkommen oder lacht diesmal der Joker zuletzt?
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  • Batman 01: Der Nebel des Grauens

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    Endlich! In diesem Erstlesebuch für die 2./3. Klasse steckt alles, was besonders Jungs sich wünschen: coole Helden, fiese Schurken, atemberaubende Spannung und jede Menge Action. Mit zahlreichen farbigen Illustrationen, spannendem Leserätsel und Extra-Seiten zum Mitmachen. So macht Lesen Spaß!Mitten am Tag bricht plötzlich Dunkelheit über Gotham City herein. Der Schurke Scarecrow hat die Stadt in eine riesige Rauchwolke gehüllt. Doch es kommt noch schlimmer: Sobald es regnet, wird sich die Rauchwolke in einen giftigen Nebel verwandeln. Batman bleibt nur wenig Zeit, um das zu verhindern, denn ein Gewitter nähert sich bereits unaufhaltsam der Stadt …
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