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Giants by Jim Henson (Created by); Conor Nolan; Brandon Dayton; Karl Kerschl (As told to)It's not the stories you tell, but how they are told. The critically acclaimed Jim Henson's The Storyteller: Giants includes four mythic tales of when giants roamed the Earth, inspired by folklore from around the world and told in the spirit of Jim Henson's beloved television series. Featuring an array of styles and stories by some of today's most original talent, including Conor Nolan, Brandon Dayton, Feifei Ruan, and Jared Cullum, this stunning hardcover edition also includes an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the process and care taken in adapting each of the these timeless tales.
Publication Date: 2017-08-29
Lantern City Vol. 1 by Trevor Crafts (Created by); Matthew Daley; Carlos Magno (Illustrator)Sander Jorve just wants to keep his wife and son safe. Living in the brutalized lower class of Lantern City means living in near constant darkness, the enormous walls of the city always looming overhead, while the upper class enjoys the elevated, interconnected towers and airships above. When Sander's brother-in-law, the persuasive activist Kendal, convinces him to infiltrate the brutal ranks of the Guard, he's set on a dangerous path that will test his abilities and beliefs, all in the name of making a difference for his family and his caste.
Publication Date: 2016-04-05
How to Fake a Moon Landing by Darryl Cunningham; Andrew C. Revkin (Introduction by)2014 YALSA Great Graphic Novels list 10 Unforgettable Graphic Novels list by salon.com 2012 Best Book shortlist at the British Comics Awards (UK edition) Is hydro-fracking safe? Is climate change real? Did the moon landing actually happen? How about evolution: fact or fiction? Award-winning author-illustrator Darryl Cunningham looks at these and other hot-button science topics and presents a fact-based, visual assessment of current thinking and research on eight different issues everybody's arguing about. His lively storytelling approach incorporates comics, photographs, and diagrams to create substantive but easily accessible reportage. Cunningham's distinctive illustrative style shows how information is manipulated by all sides; his easy-to-follow narratives allow readers to draw their own fact-based conclusions. A graphic milestone of investigative journalism! Also available by Darryl Cunningham, The Age of Selfishness Find teaching guides for How to Fake a Moon Landing and other titles at abramsbooks.com/resources. Praise for How to Fake a Moon Landing: "Cartoonist Darryl Cunningham . . . is a welcome voice, shedding some much needed light on the darker areas of science and culture. . . . Cunningham does a remarkable job with difficult material and for high school students, just opening their eyes to the world around them, this is a terrific primer." --ComicMix
Publication Date: 2013-04-02
Feathers by Jorge Corona; Skottie Young (Introduction by)There's a ghost in the Maze! Born covered in black feathers, abandoned as a baby in the slums of the Maze, Poe has lived his entire eleven-year-old life hidden away under the protection of his adoptive father, Gabriel. He spends his days secretly helping the Mice, bands of orphans who roam the slums, but there is a whisper of an altogether more sinister figure in the shadows, making street children disappear. When Bianca, an overprotected girl from the wealthy City beyond the Wall, escapes into the Maze in search of adventure, their worlds collide. As danger looms on all sides, a friendship grows between the city girl and the boy covered in feathers . . . a friendship that may just be enough to bring Bianca home, and lead Poe to his destiny. Jorge Corona (DC's We Are Robin) weaves a heartwarming tale of danger, friendship, and wild adventure in Feathers.