New books for October 5: A new Astro Boy omnibus, a third paperback collection for Remender and Tocchini's Low, the final volume of Mignola's Hellboy in Hell, a Walking Dead hardcover, a Hatsune Miku yonkoma collection, the Secret Loves of Geek Girls anthology, and more.
New books for September 28: A hardcover reissue of Jonathan Case's Dear Creature, a paperback collection of Gibson, Leong, and Churchland's From Under Mountains; The Legend of Korra and Dragon Age: Inquisition poster books, and more.
Artist and writer Joëlle Jones isn't content to simply rehash the Eisner-nominated Lady Killer for its sequel.
New books for September 21: The library editon of Avatar: The Last Airbender—Smoke and Shadow, the final volume of Brubaker and Epting's Velvet, Ethan Young's The Battles of Bridget Lee, Ryan Ottley's Grizzlyshark, volume three of B. Clay Moore's Hawaiian Dick, and more.
Ethan Young's haunting Nanjing: The Burning City makes for a frequently upsetting read—as the vicarious experience of war should be.
New books for September 14: A new Avatar: The Last Airbender book by Gene Luen Yang and Gurihiru, the latest Walking Dead paperback, the first volumes of Spencer and Lieber's The Fix and Brisson and Gorham's The Violent, volume three of Harrow County, and more.
In today’s Filipino artist spotlight: Ernesto Patricio (G.I. Combat, The Unexpected, The Witching Hour), Ed Ramos (Secrets of Sinister House), and Jess Ramos (Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion).
New books for September 7: Margaret Atwood's Angel CatBird, volume two of Jason Shawn Alexander's Empty Zone, volume ten of New Lone Wolf and Cub, the print debut of Tom Parkinson-Morgan's Kill Six Billion Demons, volume seven of Brubaker and Phillips' Criminal, and more.
Yuki Yuna is a Hero is an entertaining magical girl series that uses genre tropes to address political ideas, existential themes, and metaphysical concepts. [NOTE: Review contains major spoilers]