If you already know how to draw and want to develop your skills further, this book is for you.
A non-Disney version of The Jungle Book.
A whole new generation should enjoy discovering this new Richie Rich, who is a little bit Johnny Quest, a little bit Tintin.
Braxton Cosby is not following in his famed comedian uncle Bill Cosby's footsteps, he's a writer...not a funny man spooning Jello!
Satire that works, this graphic collection is intelligent and empowering.
A graphic novel strives to examine the forces behind modern terrorism.
Who are the "walking dead" in AMC's new Sunday night series? Are they the zombies or the surviving few humans?
Fifth installment of Best American Comics demonstrates the scope and relevancy of modern comics and graphic novels.
Frankenstein illustrated for young adults.
Six Depression era novels without words in two volumes from The Library of America