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  • Snoodles in Space, Episode 2: The Zoodles Strike Back

    by Steven Joseph
    In the award winning book “Snoodles in Space”, Steven Joseph and Andy Case brought us further adventures of Herbie Snoodleman and Sour Croodle-man exploring the universe and battling the Zoodle Kidoodles for the Earth’s entire supply of noodles. In this third instalment of the Snoodles series, the Zoodles are determined to have revenge and with the help of a grimy millionaire whose fallen on hard times, they intend to poison the Earth’s water supply and turn everyone into Willy Nilly’s and Di... more
  • 2024

    by Ted Rall
    Back in the year 2000, Ted Rall wrote and drew his graphic novel, 2024. 2024 was a loving parody and update of George Orwell’s dystopian classic Nineteen Eighty-Four. It was also an attempt to predict what society would look and feel like 24 years in the future. This was a time when one-third of Americans still relied on dial-up landline phone connections to access the Internet. The Blackberry, the first device we would recognize as a smartphone, came out in 2002. The iPhone wouldn’t be intro... more
  • BLING [volume 01]

    by Daniela Smith-Fischer
    After losing all her teeth in a freaky car accident, star swimmer and high-school weirdo, Diana, drained her mom's bank account to replace them with diamond teeth. Under immense pressure to maintain her grades, while dealing with her painful new smile, Diana's mental health is questioned by her best friends and she pushes them away. Diana finds herself isolated, alone, and resenting the effortless privilege many wealthy students at her private school enjoy. Making matters worse, a charismatic ne... more
  • 979-8886790436

    by Sage Grey
    The Many Adventures of Donnie Malone takes readers into the events that helped shape the American twentieth century. They begin when sixteen-year-old Donnie gets caught up in the patriotic swirl of World War I. Enlisting in the U.S. Army, he becomes a pilot during the deadly days at the end of the fighting. The stakes in Donnie’s life are just as high after the war. He wrestles with wealthy investors and powerful politicians who have designs on his air delivery business. He is hired to drive ... more
  • The Teenyboppers #1

    by Maryette Clement
    The adventures of 8 teenage friends
  • Dunce: Arctic Tails

    by Jens K Styve
    In this first English collection of Dunce, we follow the quirky adventures of Brego, Jens K, and Gustav. Brego finds himself entangled in the complexities of a troublesome relationship, Jens K vanishes beneath a table, and Gustav ambitiously sets out to single-handedly save the rainforests. A must-read for enthusiasts of classic comics like Peanuts and Calvin & Hobbes, this book blends everyday life with delightful absurdity, all depicted through Styve's captivating artwork.
  • Cicadapocalypse

    by Roger McMullan
    Fixated on preparing for the winter, squirrel Fae drags her brother Cyrus out to forage. When Fae leaves to hide an acorn, Cyrus comes face to face with a raven and a warning. In the dead of a warm and rainy night, millions of periodical cicadas emerge from the ground. Fleeing for their lives, Cyrus and Fae try everything to defeat them. Exhausted, and with no place left to run, they collapse – only to learn that the cicadas won’t win this fight.
  • Black Justice: The Awakening

    by Dr. David Washington
    When a successful entrepreneur and special forces veteran, Dr. Chris Withers, is reminded of the harsh reality that justice is not available for everyone; he sets out to take matters into his own hands. Along the way, he learns that he needs to become a hero to save his city, and that heroes seek justice not vengeance. In the process of seeking justice, he encounters several villains, a corrupt police system, and social issues that stand in the way of him finding justice, but he will not be... more
  • The Last Free Dog

    by Sarah Kosumi
    In the heart of Kosovo, a litter of puppies is born, and among them, one is a spitting image of the legendary Illyrian Sheepdogs: Lyri. The pride and joy of an Illyrian is protecting a flock of sheep from wolves, bears, and even lynxes. However, young Lyri does not climb majestic mountains but instead mounds of waste. Lyri faces numerous trials in a rapidly changing world as he matures from a puppy into a young dog. His heritage and pack’s traditions give him the tenacity and vigor needed to cop... more
  • Drawn To Key West

    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.
  • Loris Opens Up His Heart

    by Dagmara Sitek
    An emotional children's book by Dagmara Sitek, Loris Opens Up His Heart tells the story of a young boy on a journey of courage and transformation. Loris joins a new foster home, where his dark hoodie provides him with a feeling of safety. Cam and Inaya invite him to join a charity race to raise funds for their friend’s open-heart surgery and try to include him in their circle of friendship. Loris keeps to himself, but when one day a bully harasses Cam and Inaya, he intervenes to protect them. A ... more
  • HR Data Doodles: Season 3D - Into the HR Metaverse

    by David Turetsky
    The 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
  • Unveiling Resilience: A Journey of Healing and Self-Discovery

    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
  • Walsy: The Red Glove

    by Sarah Kourkejian
    Walsy is almost like any other kid his age except he finds it difficult to do everyday things others might find easy to do. Why? Because of his motor disability. But that doesn't stop him from doing anything he puts his mind to. He uses his imagination and determination to find clever solutions to his problems. With his loving family and steadfast friends by his side, Walsy embarks on a daily journey of self-discovery. Along the way, he unlocks the true power of his unique perspective, realizin... more
  • Midwife Of The Wild Frontier

    by Melissa Tyler
    Biographical graphic novel from the journal's of Patty Sessions, a 1800's pioneering midwife, who survived trekking the wild west and her wild religion.
  • Brother's Keeper

    by Arnon Z. Shorr
    A comic book short story set during Israel's 1948 War of Independence, "Brother's Keeper" tells the true story Jacob Shorr, a teenager from Jerusalem who was wounded in the battle of Ramat Rachel.