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  • Alternative Comics #4by Marc Arsenault; Noah Van Sciver; Craig Thompson; James Kochalka; Theo Ellsworth

    Alternative Comics 2013; US$ 0.99

    Alternative Comics returns as a twice-yearly comic showcasing the best indie, web and zine artists of today's underground. more...

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    Alternative Comics 2013; US$ 0.99

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    Alternative Comics 2013; US$ 0.99

    An insane cast of characters. Collected for the first time here are the funniest comics from a decade of insanity. more...

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    Alternative Comics 2013; US$ 0.99

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    Alternative Comics 2002; US$ 0.99

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  • Bazooka Joe and His Gangby Talley Morse

    Abrams 2013; US$ 19.95

    Bazooka Joe and his Gang have been synonymous with bubble gum ever since their debut in 1953, providing an irresistible combination of cheap laughs wrapped around pink, sugary sweetness. This book celebrates the iconic mini-comics that are recognized the world over. The story of Bazooka Bubble Gum is also detailed with extensive essays, including... more...

  • Empire Stateby Jason Shiga

    Abrams 2011; US$ 17.95

    Jimmy is a stereotypical geek who works at the library in Oakland, California, and is trapped in his own torpidity. Sara is his best friend, but she wants to get a life (translation: an apartment in Brooklyn and a publishing internship). When Sara moves to New York City, Jimmy is rattled. Then lonely. Then desperate. He screws up his courage, writes... more...

  • A Youngsters Guideby ISHITA BHOWN

    V&S Publishers 2015; US$ 9.00

    We have moved one step ahead in the arena of student and job-oriented books with the CCL, by enhancing our proven pedagogy to bring together the collective knowledge and wisdom of the world of computers. Books published under this series are specifically designed to engage readers, improve computer skills, and prepare themselves for future success.... more...

  • Nat Turnerby Kyle Baker

    Abrams 2015; US$ 17.95

    The story of Nat Turner and his slave rebellion--which began on August 21, 1831, in Southampton County, Virginia--is known among school children and adults. To some he is a hero, a symbol of Black resistance and a precursor to the civil rights movement; to others he is monster--a murderer whose name is never uttered. In Nat Turner, acclaimed author... more...

  • Yiddishkeitby Harvey Pekar

    Abrams 2012; US$ 29.95

    Yiddish is everywhere. We hear words like nosh , schlep , and schmutz all the time, but how did these words come to pepper American English? In Yiddishkeit: Jewish Vernacular and the New Land , Harvey Pekar and Paul Buhle trace the influence of Yiddish from medieval Europe to the tenements of New York?s Lower East Side. This comics anthology... more...