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by Theresa Chiechi"Drawn to Key West" is the first graphic novel to document life as a street performer. Street theater is one of the oldest forms of entertainment and is seen in every culture around the world, but it is largely shrouded in mystery. The 200-page story explores, through a series of interviews with 14 real performers, everything there is to know about life as a busker, what it takes to pursue your passions, and what motivates people to create.
by David TuretskyThe OrangeU Playing Much Gaming team has a new challenge... the metaverse. How do they tackle the challenge to the business and move the right resources into place in order to take advantage of this new business opportunity? They do it together, of course. The Human Resources team will work together with the rest of the business to introduce the right talent, skills, resources, training, and strategies. When Artificial Intelligence gets introduced to the organization, can the team leverage this ... more
by Justice finley“Unveiling Resilience: A Journey of Healing and Self-Discovery” follows the life of Emily as she confronts the daunting challenges that unfold during her college years. Struggling with academic setbacks and facing devastating personal losses and betrayals, Emily’s dreams of a fulfilling college experience are shattered. The narrative explores her journey of overcoming disappointment, summoning courage, and discovering the strength within herself to navigate through tumultuous obstacles. As she g... more
by Melissa TylerBiographical graphic novel from the journal's of Patty Sessions, a 1800's pioneering midwife, who survived trekking the wild west and her wild religion.
by David TuretskyThe employees of the Played Much Gaming Company survived the global pandemic by banding together to overcome many issues. Now, they face even bigger threats from another company, the economic environment and new regulations. How will they work through it? Like they always do... they will work together with Human Resources guiding them through.
by Kingsley MorkaHow to love a woman,give her attention ,love and care
by T.M. MilosAfter falling out of the sky due to a heat stroke, unemployed and homeless bird, Canary, is befriended by an introverted city bus driver, Bibi, a dinosaur. Together they squatte on an oil rig field and navigate the challenges of life in an urban megacity.
by Pearl Kingstone
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by Jonathan NolanTidalWave Universe's time travellers come to life with detailed rules for time travel, the Hour Glass organization, the celebrities drawn into the timestream and even new rules on how to adapt your favorite real-life celebrities into game characters!
by Adam Matthew SmithIn the not-too-distant future, world society has fallen into post-war poverty. Countries have perished. North America has become an oppressive state where Hypersapiens, humans with extraordinary abilities, are detained from using their endowments by law with government-issued limiter suits. Certain beings' powers have been exploited for hard labor, and the rest are executed en masse. There is a growing public suspicion of Vice President Denton Snyder's direct involvement in the brutal assassi... more
by Christopher Stanton
Sixteen-year-old Nick Pope was born with prominent birthmarks around both of his eyes and faces teasing and bullying from both classmates and strangers. He also struggles with depression and confusion about his sexual orientation. Nick finds refuge and release in drawing, and gains tentative confidence that his artistic abilities are worth nurturing and developing. His family moves across the city and he begins his sophomore year at a brand-new high school. On the advice of his ex-therapist, ... more
by Kit BasherArtificial intelligence ponders the greatest psychedelic pop-culture conspiracy theory of all time.
by Kyle StückEvil Cast is a love letter to horror, its conventions, and its fans. Think Evil Dead meets Scooby Doo. Created by writer, podcaster, and horror super-fan Kyle Stück (The Night Shift, Humming Fools) and illustrated by Enrico Orlandi, creator of Dark Horse’s The Flower of the Witch, this comic bathed in blood and self-awareness follows fictional versions of Kyle and his longtime collaborator Noah Baslé (Ominous Media) as they find themselves caught up in a horror adventure filled with all the mons... more
by Joshua GamonAfter a young girl goes missing, her father enters a cursed book of fairy tales to find her. Within, creatures of folklore and figures from classic literature co-exist, uneasily, but the sudden appearance of the human child upsets that delicate balance into abrupt chaos. Now, her father must navigate through the mire of monstrous beings and vengeful queens to bring her home.
by Ryan BarnettBuster Keaton is among the most iconic faces ever to grace the silver screen. By the age of 24, he headlined his own independent studio where he and a handful of collaborators turned out 19 shorts and 10 feature comedies. Many of these films are seen as classics today, and a few are hailed among the greatest films ever made. At the peak of his creative powers, Buster Keaton rivalled Charlie Chaplin. But it didn't last... In this exciting new graphic novel biography, Ryan Barnett and Matthew Ta... more
by Dmitri Jackson
Blackwax Boulevard is a slice-of-life comic that follows Marsalis, Hardy, and Veronika, as they strive to keep the titular record store open for business. In this graphic novel collection, Blackwax Boulevard Is Listening, our heroes also tackle the most hot-button issues of the day: racism, homophobia, #MeToo, and cancel culture. Blending pop music esoterica with blistering commentary on wokeness, fandom, and celebrity, Blackwax Boulevard Is Listening captures a generat... more