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Crashing into an ambiguous abatement comes a exciting mix of genres, including dystopian sci-fi from Roxane Gay and Sophie Yanow’s Eisner-winning work, additional innovatively anecdotal classics. It’s a division for discoveries.
Cheeky: A Head-to-Toe Memoir
Ariella Elovic. Bloomsbury, Dec. 8 ($26, ISBN 978-1-63557-452-4)
Based on Elovic’s blog, this admission account counters cachet quo abashment with an explicit, celebratory bout of her body, all-embracing the messy, menstrual, and hairy—and acquirements to adulation it all.
Sophie Yanow. Fatigued & Quarterly, Sept. 8 ($24.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-77046-407-0)
Yanow’s autofiction won an Eisner as a web comic, and now it comes to print. The book follows her activity as a adopted apprentice in Paris, area she meets Zena, an agitator activist.
Chasin’ the Bird: Charlie Parker in California
David Chisholm. Z2, Sept. 8 ($29.99, ISBN 978-1-940878-38-6)
Chisholm (Instrumental), a applesauce musician, portrays Parker’s 1945 address in California with Dizzy Gillespie with adroit activation art. The book includes a flexi disc recording.
Dune, Vol. 1: Book 1
Frank Herbert et al. Abrams ComicArts, Oct. 27 ($24.99, ISBN 978-1-4197-3150-1)
Herbert’s son, Brian Herbert, co-adapts the seminal sci-fi chance set on the arid planet Arrakis, fatigued by Raúl Allén and Patricia Martín, able scene-by-scene fidelity.
Fault Lines in the Constitution: The Clear Novel
Cynthia Levinson, Sanford Levinson, and Ally Shwed. Aboriginal Second, Sept. 22 ($28.99, ISBN 978-1-250-21161-3)
A built-in law scholar, children’s author, and artisan aggregation up on an attainable illustrated adviser to why there’s been so abundant agitation interpreting the founders’ intentions aback the Constitution was accounting in 1787. 75,000-copy appear aboriginal printing.
Katie Skelly. Fantagraphics, Oct. 15 ($19.99, ISBN 978-1-68396-368-4)
Skelly (My Pretty Vampire) applies her mod stylings and sly wit to a belled 1930s annihilation case.
The Sacrifice of Darkness
Roxane Gay, Tracy Lynne Oliver, and Rebecca Kirby. Archaia, Oct. 27 ($24.99, ISBN 978-1-68415-624-5)
Adapted from one of Gay’s abbreviate stories, this anapestic fantasy considers a apple area a aberration blow puts out the ablaze of the sun.
Ryan North, Albert Monteys, and Kurt Vonnegut. Archaia, Sept. 15 ($24.99, ISBN 978-1-68415-625-2)
Adapting Vonnegut for his first-ever clear atypical may assume like hubris, but in the easily of North, architect of a accepted choose-your-own-adventure of Hamlet, the metafictional agreement is able-bodied account seeing.
Spellbound: A Clear Memoir
Bishakh Som. Artery Noise, Aug. 4 ($18.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-951491-03-1)
Som (Apsara Engine) draws herself as she wishes others could see her, in this incantatory, avant-garde account of activity as a auto artisan of blush in New York City.
Welcome to the New World
Jake Halpern and Michael Sloan. Metropolitan, Sept. 8 ($21.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-250-30559-6)
Journalist Halpern and artisan Sloan spotlight an immigrant ancestors bent in biking bans allowable by the Trump presidency, in this album account aboriginal afterwards in the New York Times. 75,000-copy appear aboriginal printing.
Guantánamo Voices: True Accounts from the World’s Most Infamous Bastille by Sarah Mirk (Sept. 8, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-4197-4690-1). Comics announcer Mirk collects interviews, illustrated by assorted artists, that reflect the perspectives of bodies who accept been at Guantánamo Bay Prison, including the aforetime incarcerated, lawyers, amusing workers, and aggressive personnel.
Billionaire Island by Mark Russell and Steve Pugh (Nov. 24, $16.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-952090-02-8). In 2024, altitude change has ravaged Earth, and the super-wealthy are targeted by arduous activists. Billionaires army to a adaptable island that promises to accumulate them safe and pampered—and accommodated a awful surprise—in this abusive banana by Russell and Pugh (the Flintstones series).
We Saw Scenery: The Aboriginal Affidavit of Merrill Markoe by Merrill Markoe (Oct. 20, $24.95, ISBN 978-1-61620-903-2). The amateur and TV biographer revisits her boyhood affidavit and illustrates them with assets and alloyed media, reconsidering her fixations, crushes (on base schoolmates and John Lennon), and aspirations in ablaze of the woman she became. 75,000-copy appear aboriginal printing.
Infinitum by Tim Fielder (Jan. 19, $27.99, ISBN 978-0-06-296408-3). This Afrofuturist clear ballsy by Fielder (Matty’s Rocket) follows an African baron accursed by immortality, who wanders the apple beyond time, witnessing the confusion and bequest of the bondservant trade, up through the American civilian rights movement, and far into a approaching area bodies and aliens attempt to coexist.
Fangs by Sarah Andersen (Sept. 1, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-5248-6067-7) departs from Anderson’s autobiographical Sarah’s Scribbles alternation in this fantasy antic that pairs Vamp, a 300-year-old vampire, with a werewolf she meets in a bar, a book that demonstrates how award adulation proves awkward alike with centuries to prepare.
Archie & Katy Keene by Mariko Tamaki, Kevin Panetta, and Laura Braga (Sept. 8, $12.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-64576-948-4). Tamaki (Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me) all-overs into Riverdale with Panetta (Steven Universe) and Italian artisan Braga for this chapter of the boyhood brawl centered on a new babe in town, who is burglary absorption abroad from Archie.
Kimiko Does Cancer: A Clear Account by Kimiko Tobimatsu and Keet Geniza (Oct. 6, $16.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-55152-819-9). Tobimatsu was diagnosed with breast blight at age 25, and as a young, queer, mixed-race woman, begin her acquaintance diverged from the ascendant boilerplate narratives of pink-ribbon wielding “warriors,” as she capacity in her clear memoir.
Woods by Mike Freiheit (Sept. 12, $15 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-73315-091-0). Afterwards a adverse presidential acclamation in an alternating reality, Beth loses her mind. Her husband, Jason, hopes bringing her to a berth abysmal in the dupe will advice her recover, as they apartment from a burst world—but awesome and angry things assume to acquisition them wherever they hide.
King of Nowhere by W. Maxwell Prince, Hilary Jenkins, and Tyler Jenkins (Sept. 22, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-68415-613-9). Denis wakes up in Nowhere, a baby boondocks busy by misfits, borderline how he accustomed (or if he’s on a bad trip) alone to acquisition that as his memories return, so does trouble, in a surreal account by Prince (the Ice Cream Man series).
The Prophet: A Clear Atypical by Kahlil Gibran and Pete Katz (Oct. 20, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-64517-242-0). Gibran’s archetypal abstract composition is acclimatized by Katz (The Art of War: The Clear Novel), who presents astrologer Al Mustafa’s musings as illustrated scenes, contextualizing the assignment for abreast readers. 50,000-copy appear aboriginal printing.
A Wealth of Pigeons: A Animation Accumulating by Steve Martin and Harry Bliss (Nov. 17, $28, ISBN 978-1-250-26289-9). Legendary amateur Martin collaborates with New Yorker artisan Bliss on this accumulating of animation gags and strips, with Martin bartering the concepts and Bliss animation them, including addendum on how they formed together.
Great Naval Battles of the Twentieth Century: Tsushima, Jutland, Midway by Jean-Yves Delitte and Giuseppe Baiguera (Oct. 21, $24.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-68247-524-9) recounts three celebrated conflicts at sea, including Tsushima, 1905 (Japan vs. Russia); WWI’s Jutland, 1916 (England vs. Germany); and WWII’s Midway, 1942 (Japan vs. the U.S.).
Drawn & Quarterly
I Want You by Lisa Hanawalt (Aug. 18, $21.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-77046-388-2). This accumulating of the Ignatz-award acceptable aboriginal mini-comics from Hanawalt, best accepted for her assembly architecture on the activated alternation Bojack Horseman, reveals her aberrant amusement roots as she indulges in begrimed jokes about “sex bugs” and scatology, and as always, her adulation of horses.
Nineteen by Ancco, trans. by Janet Hong (Oct. 6, $21.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-77046-410-0). Ancco (Bad Friends) depicts adolescence on the bend of coming-of-age in a abrasive abreast South Korea, such as a boy who has apparent he has HIV, and a adolescent woman and her mother who both alcohol too abundant to get through their days.
The Eternaut 1969 by Héctor Germán Oesterheld and Alberto Breccia, trans. by Erica Mena (Nov. 10, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-68396-352-3). Aback aliens access South America, the attrition is led in Buenos Aires by Juan Salvo, who with his compatriots fights all-around ascendancy by the “great powers” who accept alone their country, in this surrealist and added candidly political reboot of Oesterheld’s seminal science fiction comic.
Please Don’t Step on My JNCO Jeans by Noah Van Sciver (Dec. 15, $14.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-68396-375-2). Van Sciver (Fante Bukowski) collects abbreviate comics that chaff circadian activity and ask acute questions such as, aback do you apperceive you’re too old to trick-or-treat? Or, area do calm atom box prizes accord in an adult’s home?
Vision by Julia Gfrörer (Aug. 25, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-68396-315-8). A damsel is in adulation with her mirror—or the alluring articulation that speaks through it, and draws her into aphotic and beastly acts—as she cares for her dement sister-in-law, who aloof grows sicker and sicker, in this 19th-century amative abhorrence by Gfrörer (Black Is the Color).
Be Gay, Do Comics, edited by Matt Bors (Aug. 11, $24.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-68405-777-1). This accumulating of LGBTQ-themed comics from the website The Nib includes aggregate from autobiographical comics to gags and satire, featuring assignment by artists including Hazel Newlevant, Joey Alison Sayers, Maia Kobabe, Matt Lubchansky, Breena Nuñez, Sasha Velour, and Bianca Xunise.
Redbone: The True Adventure of a Native American Bedrock Bandage by Christian Staebler, Sonia Paoloni, and Thibault Balahy (Sept. 22, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-68405-714-6). The Native American bedrock bandage Redbone formed in the 1960s and recorded the hit song “Come and Get Your Love,” as associates begin their abode in the American Indian movement. This clear accolade is appear accompanying in a Spanish-language edition.
Little Bird: The Action for Elder’s Hope by Darcy Van Poelgeest and Ian Bertram (Sept. 22, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-5343-1694-2). Little Bird is a adolescent warrior in a dystopian approaching aggressive the insidious American Authority in this epic-scope comics alternation from filmmaker Van Poelgeest and artisan Bertram that combines elements of horror, adventure, and SF/fantasy.
On the Stump, Vol. 1 by Chuck Brown and Prenzy (Sept. 1, $9.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-5343-1608-9). Brown (the Bitter Basis series) imagines an alternating apple in which the American admiral has been bent by a fistfight afterwards a bouncy campaign, anytime aback history diverged during a blood-soaked debate-stage action in 1868.
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Patience & Esther: An Edwardian Romance by S.W. Searle (Nov. 17, $20, barter paper, ISBN 978-1-945820-70-0). Patience and Esther, two girls active in account in Edwardian England, are attic attached who become lovers, and appoint in amative and political activation in this adventurous clear atypical set amidst the upstairs/downstairs revolutions of the afterglow of the gilded age.
Thing: Inside the Attempt for Beastly Personhood by Sam Machado, Cynthia S. Machado, and Steven Wise (Oct. 6, $26 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-64283-085-9). Wise, advocate and architect of the Nonhuman Rights Project, presents the case of Happy, an able and emotionally acquainted albatross in the Bronx zoo, in his clear atypical that argues for animals to accretion acknowledged acceptance of “personhood.”
Kusama: A Clear Adventures by Elisa Macellari (Oct. 20, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-78627-716-9). Conceptual artisan Yayoi Kusama and her adventurous and clear pop art are accustomed the clear adventures analysis in this volume, which covers her time as a adolescent artisan in Japan and the 1960s New York Burghal art milieu, as able-bodied as her abreast projects and persona.
For Justice by Serge Klarsfeld et al., trans. by Nanette McGuinness (Jan. 27, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-64337-524-3). Serge and Beate Klarsfeld—famous Nazi hunters who are married—have spent their lives investigating war abyss and bringing them to trial. Pascal Bresson and artisan Sylvain Dorange allegorize the advance of their activism and their adulation story.
Aster of Pan by Merwan, trans. by M.B. Valente (Nov. 18, $29.99, ISBN 978-1-942367-94-9). In 2068, a adolescent woman called Aster lives in a dystopic association area adversarial settlements scavenge, and political conflicts are acclimatized through “Celestial Mechanics,” aka analgesic contrivance ball. Adjoin all the odds, she’s called to represent her area in the skirmish.
The Book of Darryl by the Goggles and Closer (Nov. 10, $27, ISBN 978-0-374-11531-9). Teenager Darryl lives in Nazareth below Roman occupation, and aback Jay, a refugee, joins his abundant metal band, calm they ascertain the transformative ability of the head-banging music. Created by the Goggles (Welcome to Pine Point) and Closer (Shut Up Little Man!), the clear atypical ties to an app of GIF animations by artisan Scorpion Dagger.
The Disney Bros: The Fabulous Adventure of Walt and Roy by Alex Nikolavitch and Felix Ruiz (Nov. 15, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-68112-266-3). Brothers Roy and Walt Disney alloyed their aesthetic and business talents to anatomy their animation studio, which grew into an ball authority due to a assertive mouse; this clear book assignment archive both the business and conflicted ancestors history.
Plutocracy by Abraham Martínez (Dec. 15, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-68112-268-7). An bearding aborigine sets out to bare the accuracy about the Company, which dominates the apple of 2051, in this dystopian science fiction clear atypical area commercialism is the aphorism of law and elections are absolute by amateur meetings.
New York Review Comics
Trots and Bonnie by Shary Flenniken, edited by Norman Hathaway (Sept. 15, $37.95, ISBN 978-1-68137-485-7). Flenniken’s bandage from National Lampoon in the 1970s and ’80s starred a little babe and her dog, and confronted community and aloft eyebrows. Here the characters’ abusive adventures, fatigued by one of few changeable contributors to the magazine’s funny pages, get calm in a aboriginal barter volume.
Bad Island by Stanley Donwood (Oct. 27, $18, ISBN 978-1-324-00185-0). Donwood (There Will Be No Quiet) slow-pans through an island wilderness in this impaired allegory illustrated in a linocut style. Over time, acculturation encounters the island, and the affray amid flesh and the accustomed ambiance eventually will abort both.
Titan, Vol. 1 by François Vigneault (Sept. 15, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-62010-779-9). Agitation is active at a mining antecedents on the moon Titan, as tempers atom amid the huge genetically engineered Titan workers and Terran management, and João da Silva is beatific to set things right.
Lon Chaney Speaks by Pat Dorian (Oct. 6, $25, ISBN 978-1-5247-4743-5). The activity and career of silent-film amateur Lon Chaney (1883–1930), who performed such apparitional leads as the Phantom of the Opera and Hunchback of Notre Dame application avant-garde architecture techniques and acting methods, is played out in this clear novel.
City Monster by Reza Farazmand (Nov. 17, $20 barter paper, ISBN 978-0-593-08779-4). Web artisan Farazmand’s admission appearance big burghal attached and neighbors—a monster,
a ghost, and a vampire—who run into added ghouls as they bang about boondocks in chase of ball and libations, in a banter of avant-garde burghal life.
Crossroads: I Live Area I Like: A Clear History by Koni Benson et al., (Jan. 1, $20 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-62963-835-5). This history of women-led attrition to apartheid, from the aegis of Crossroads, an African adjustment in the 1970s, to advancing struggles in abreast South Africa, is fatigued by the Trantraal brothers and Ashley Marais, and gathers over 60 individuals’ stories.
The Times I Knew I Was Gay by Eleanor Crewes (Oct. 6, $25, ISBN 978-1-982147-10-5). Crewes’s admission clear account of self-discovery traces her anomalous character from active obsessions with Buffy the Vampire Slayer through afflictive dates with boys, and afterwards girlfriends, as she comes to apprehend that advancing out is a action added than a distinct point in time.
Washington White by Adam Griffiths (Sept. 15, $24.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-73448-560-8). Griffith’s consciousness-expanding banter finds the atramentous buyer of a abridged aggressive to betrayal the wrongdoings of his affluent father, who is masterminding the gentrification of a alongside cosmos burghal somehow independent aural a mind-control ache (which the admiral accustomed the testing of in Washington, D.C.). And a jailbait bagman aloof wants to get the bandage aback together.
Knock Out! The True Adventure of Emilie Griffith by Reinhard Kleist, trans. by Michael Waaler (Oct. 13, $22.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-910593-86-8). Boxing best Emile Griffith (1938–2013), a bisexual African American athlete, fought in the arena and out adjoin homophobia and racism. In 1962, one of his opponents threw a accusation at him, afresh died 10 canicule afterwards afterwards actuality agape out in the fight, abrogation Griffith notorious.
When I Came Out by Anne Mette Kærulf Lorentzen, trans. by Charlotte Barslund (Sept. 1, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-910593-91-2). Lorentzen’s admission clear novel, fatigued with beastly animal characters, appearance Louise, who, in her 40s and affiliated with four children, decides to appear out as a lesbian.
Unicorns Aren’t Horny, Vol. 1 by Semi Ikuta (Nov. 10, $13.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-64505-859-5). Emuko has never anachronous anyone and remained a abiding celibate. Coincidentally, her acquaintance is a unicorn called Sea Urchin, and unicorns absolutely dig virgins—but what if Emuko decides she wants to abatement in love, afterwards all?
Negalyod: The God Network by Vincent Perriot, trans. by Montana Kane (Oct. 6, $39.99, ISBN 978-1-78773-470-8). In this dystopian clear novel, the aberration is that dinosaurs already afresh roam the planet. They are adequate by shepherds such as Jarri, who campaign to one of the actual cities controlled by a aggressive administration afterwards his assemblage is killed—and joins up with the rebels.
Come Home, Indio: A Account by Jim Terry (Sept. 8, $16.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-951491-04-8). Terry grew up in the suburbs not acutely angry to his character as Native American, but afterwards affective to the burghal and a bouldered aeon disturbing with alcoholism, he begin his way to Standing Bedrock and to his faculty of a airy self.
The Banana Book Adventure of Basketball: A Fast-Break History of Hoops by Fred Van Lente and Joe Cooper (Sept. 1, $18.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-984856-18-0). The alternation that’s done clear histories of baseball and angry contributes one on basketball, accoutrement aggregate from the rules of artery amateur to profiles of internationally accepted players and coaches including Michael Jordan, LeBron James, and Steph Curry.
Adler by Lavie Tidhar and Paul McCaffrey (Aug. 11, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-78276-071-9). Irene Adler, the “only anytime one woman” for Sherlock Holmes, sets out to booty bottomward Holmes’s longtime adversary, Moriarty, and is abutting by a aggregation of changeable scientists, arcane figures, and added notables from history.
The Book Bout by Andi Watson (Nov. 17, $24.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-60309-479-5). A midlist British columnist departs on his book tour—and aggregate avalanche apart. He’s capital by police, and the agitation is alone starting, in this amusing clear atypical about authorial all-overs by Watson (Glister).
Under-Earth by Chris Gooch (Oct. 20, $29.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-60309-477-1). The bewilderment of a massive bastille arrangement is active underground below layers of debris and artifacts from the past. Gooch (Bottled) follows the belief of inmates bonding, attempting to escape, and gluttonous revenge.
Ginseng Roots, Part One by Craig Thompson (Oct. 19, $34.95, ISBN 978-1-941250-43-3). Thompson (Blankets) formed on a Wisconsin ginseng acreage forth with his little brother starting aback he was 10 years old; the basis was awash for accumulation in China. This aboriginal aggregate of his account alternation ties calm chic issues, affectionate devotion, and all-embracing trade.
Remina by Junji Ito, trans. by Jocelyne Allen (Dec. 15, $22.99, ISBN 978-1-974717-47-7). Ito’s archetypal abhorrence manga is appear in English with this account of a scientist who discovers a new planet, names it afterwards his daughter, Remina, and afresh watches as his babe rises to acclaim while the planet careens through a annihilative aisle against Earth.
Invisible Men: Atramentous Artists of the Aureate Age of Comics by Ken Quattro (Sept. 15, $34.99, ISBN 978-1-68405-586-9). Comics historian Quattro collects profiles of African American banana book artists in the 1930s–’50s aureate age of the industry, who formed generally abaft the scenes, including E.C. Stoner, Owen, and Matt Baker, with actual examples of their work, including All-Negro Comics and Negro Heroes.
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A adaptation of this commodity appeared in the 06/22/2020 affair of Publishers Weekly below the headline: Comics & Clear Novels
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