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So Long, Silver Screen

Translated by Edward Gauvin Cover design by David Mazzucchelli What are the movies? What effect do they have on us? Why do we love them so much? Blutch addresses all these questions in a series of interlocking short comics that move between scholarly history, romantic theory and ribald vignettes, featuring …read more

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New School

New School is an all-new, 340 page work of fiction that was loosely inspired by Shaw’s experience as a teenaged foreign exchange student. “New School is my most personal book. It’s all true (sort of). I dramatized and changed things to make everything closer to how it felt. The book took years of …read more

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Paul Joins the Scouts

Following on the heels of the The Song of Roland, Montrealer Michel Rabagliati returns to the childhood story of his famous semi-autobiographical character. It’s 1970 and Paul’s family watches the news with anxiety as bombs are going off around Montreal. But Paul is more interested in flying his kite, comics, and …read more

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Red Handed: The Fine Art of Strange Crimes

Welcome to the city of Red Wheelbarrow, where the world’s greatest detective has yet to meet the crime he can’t solve—every criminal in Red Wheelbarrow is caught and convicted thanks to Detective Gould’s brilliant mind and cutting-edge spy technology. But lately there has been a rash of crimes so eccentric …read more

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What Makes a Baby

What Makes a Baby is a children’s picture book about where babies come from that is written and illustrated to include all kinds of kids, adults, and families. Geared to readers from pre-school to about 8 years old, it teaches curious kids about conception, gestation, and birth in a way that …read more

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Astronaut Academy: Re-Entry

The wild and wacky world of Astronaut Academy is back! It’s spring semester at this futuristic institution of learning, and Hakata Soy has lost his heart. Literally. And he’s not the only one . . . something is stalking the halls of Astronaut Academy, impersonating the crush-objects of students and …read more

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CO-MIX: A Retrospective of Comics, Graphics, and Scraps

CO-MIX began as a museum retrospective detailing Spiegelman’s lifelong involvement with comics. The exhibit was in conjunction with his Angouleme Presidency and later traveled to Centre Pompidou in Paris. To be released by Drawn & Quarterly in Spring 2013, this expanded English version of the Flammarion bilingual edition will feature full-page reproductions …read more

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The Library

To debut the new Conundrum International Imprint, The Library is the first English edition of Chihoi, a young Hong Kong artist, who has had books published in Chinese, Italian and French. Reading the short stories included in this volume is like reading someone else’s dreams. “The Library” or “Father” reminds one of Kafka; …read more

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The Grey Museum

Set in the future, The Grey Museum is a galactic romp, following a small group of survivors as they fend with mystic beings, interstellar parasites and themselves. Everything here is decided by narcissistic gods and goddesses, disturbed spirits, and bored aliens. Our clueless captives are left to wander, meandering their …read more

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Relish: My Life in the Kitchen

Lucy Knisley loves food. The daughter of a chef and a gourmet, this talented young cartoonist comes by her obsession honestly. In her forthright, thoughtful, and funny memoir, Lucy traces key episodes in her life thus far, framed by what she was eating at the time and lessons learned about …read more

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