Earthboy Jacobus
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Doug Tennapel expertly and quickly weaves another amazing story filled with aliens, alternate realities, and terra whales. (To find out what that is, go read the book)
Blacksad
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Detective Blacksad investigates numerous cases in this gritty, beautifully illustrated graphic novel that imitates private detective stories. Pick it up for the artwork, keep reading it for the engrossing stories.
Percy Gloom
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Percy Gloom is a strange little man, who lives in a world of surreal people and even more surreal problems. This book sports beautiful, whimsical artwork and characters, and even though it’s a little weird a lot of the time, you’ll be just as absorbed as with a Disney movie.
Iron West
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Sure it’s “just another wild west story”, but this one has robot outlaws. Would you also believe it works sasquatch and the Loch Ness Monster in there, too? Doug Tennapel continues to amaze with his well-drawn, well-written fantasies.
Wonton Soup, Vol. 1
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This beautifully and densely illustrated comic follows the culinary inter-stellar-future-space adventures of master-cook-turned-deep-space-trucker Johnny Boyo as he searches the universe for awesome food.
Dawn Land
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The ancient inhabitants of North America have an even more ancient foe facing them, as darkness threatens to overtake their lands.
Mystery Men
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This isn’t your typical super hero comic; This book follows the escapades of men turned masked-vigilantes as they work together to thwart an evil villain in the 1930s, in a unique detective-like narrative.
Um...
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Wonder why people speak the way they do? What’s going on in the mind of someone who uses the word “um” and “like” every few words? This books is strangely intriguing, and the writing itself strives to express the strangest nuances of English speaking and the oddities of the language.
Ikigami, Vol. 1
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What if you were randomly destined to die, at a predetermined moment, from the time you were 8 years old? This series set in a future Japan obsessed with population control offers sometimes heartwarming, sometimes dark insights into the human mind; what would you do if you were told you had less than a day to live? Recommend the whole series!
Sabriel
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Sabriel is only a teenager and has already inherited her missing father’s title of “Abhorsen”; one who must quell the spirits of the undead by sending them back into the cold river of Death with seven magic bells. You won’t read many other fantasies like this one, which stands alone in its Neil Gaiman-esque horror and a rich fantasy world.
Cake Wrecks
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Ever had a cake decorated and it had a little mistake on it? Well, count your blessings, because some of the cakes in this book are laugh-out-loud “what were they thinking?” moments. You may just opt to decorate your cakes yourself after reading this!
RASL, Vol. 1: The Drift
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This series by the critically-acclaimed author of “Bone” takes quantum science and wraps it in a drama that jumps dimensions.

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