Opening on the morning of President Obama’s inauguration in January 2009, MARCH is a vivid first-hand account of Congressman John Lewis's lifelong struggle for civil and human rights, meditating in the modern age on the distance traveled since the days of Jim Crow and segregation. Rooted in Lewis's personal story, it also reflects on the highs and lows of the broader civil rights movement.
Ramsey Beyer left behind small-town Michigan to attend a prestigious art school. She documents leaving home and growing up in this new memoir.
Can you run a successful (and huge) business and still call yourself “honest”? That’s what Seth Goldman and Barry Nalebuff, cofounders of Honest Tea, explain in the graphic novel business book MISSION IN A BOTTLE.
Riverdale’s Dilton accidentally sends members of the Archie gang into the Glee world and members from the show Glee into Riverdale. The crossover ends up being a lot of fun as the characters from each brand have good chemistry together.
Titan Books continues its beautiful hardcover collections of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby’s comics works in this volume devoted to their science fiction work.
We follow Goglu from a very young age up to her teen years in this often heartbreaking debut from Genevieve Castree, who writes and illustrates with soft, subtle restraint.
Elegant and smooth like a nice glass of fine wine, The Initiates is a remarkably solid and engaging take on two men trading places --- and learning to see life from very different perspectives.
Cathy Malkasian’s second delightful trip into the world of Percy Gloom is a wonderfully rendered mix of magic and romance.
Karl Stevens’ trippy comic strips for the Boston Phoenix are collected in one funny and thought-provoking collection.
Gather the family around the radio and marvel at the amazing exploits to be found in THE THRILLING ADVENTURE HOUR!