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  • First Snow, Volume 1

    by Bun Sakashita
    Belgium, winter 1944, the outset of the Battle of the Bulge. Two American soldiers' fates crossed right before the brutal fighting. Two different destinies followed. The war, the killing, and the senselessness of the battlefield turned these gentle young men into survivors and forever altered their ways of life. Some could no longer understand themselves anymore; some could never be understood again by the world around them. In the first arc of the story, we witness the horrific fighting during ... more
  • What Would I Do, To Make Sure You're Not Blue

    by Matthew Boyd
    As a parent or grandparent you would do anything to keep your infant from being sad. "What Would I Do, To Make Sure You’re Not Blue" is a short rhyming book about how we would gather stars, tickle and love our children forever.
  • The Time Telescope: Season One (The Time Telescope Book 1)

    by Christopher Love
    Historical Bureau of Investigation Agents Tad Jones and Kim Davis research history with The Time Telescope in order to reconnect with their history due to the Great Cataclysm. They discover individuals such as Sybil Ludington, Squanto and Crispus Attucks and more. But what happens when they are TRAPPED in the past. Will they ever return to the 23rd Century? History and Science meet at The Time Telescope.
  • Scarlet Hood

    by Mark C. Evans
    Scarlet has just moved to Norway with her parents. She is unhappy at school, where she has become the target of a merciless bully called Greta the Cruel. One day, she is given a magical scarlet hood by her grandmother, which allows her to travel back in time to the age of the Vikings and confront a fire-breathing dragon. Her adventures will reveal to Scarlet an inner strength she never knew that she had, and teach her about the power of understanding. A heart-warming, stunningly-illustrated grap... more
  • The Great Taelon Laskar - Issue 1

    by S.F. Claymore
    “Taelon Laskar is a prodigy in Psykoria’s Temples of Wizardry. He boasts psychic powers unlike any ever seen. But he is never content – he believes men can ascend far beyond what others deem their limits. What Taelon doesn’t know is that Psykoria has been infiltrated by an inhuman enemy that's already oppressed a foreign kingdom. Will Taelon and the other wizards be ready for this new foe?”
  • 100 Demon Dialogues

    by Lucy Bellwood
    Cartoonist Lucy Bellwood is beset by a tiny, petulant demon who embodies workaholism, imposter syndrome, and fear of missing out. Fed up with its constant nagging, she sets out to defang and humanize her inner critic in a series of conversational comics. From overcoming self-doubt to prioritizing self-care, Bellwood and her demon embody a hilarious and relatable partnership that will resonate with people from all walks of life. 100 Demon Dialogues reminds us that we are not alone in our fear,... more
  • Animated video games

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  • Kids 2 Kings #1

    by manuel godoy
    Ausar and his kin travel to the capital of the Kushite Empire for a diplomatic mission but soon rekindles his rivalry with an old friend. Before he can have his revenge against his rival, a crisis breaks out when Auset loses control of her powers and threatens to destroy the entire city. What is the young prince to do?
  • Mr. Grieves

    by Scott Semegran
    Mr. Grieves started as a poke at human nature through the use of talking, narcissistic animals. It has evolved into a full-on assault to your funny bone. Where else will you find rats fighting over cubicles, camels worrying about aging, a parrot talking to aliens, and a lonely water snail longing for a friend? Welcome to the world of Mr. Grieves! Mr. Grieves and other comic strips by Scott Semegran appeared in the following newspapers: The Austin Student, The Funny Times, The Austin American-Sta... more
  • The Complete Marty's Diner

    by Dmitri Jackson
    A rabbi, a Muslim and a hooker walk into a diner... Just kidding! This isn’t the start of some boring, politically incorrect joke you’ve heard a zillion times before. But it does illustrate the diverse and chaotic carnival of life bustling through the doors of Marty’s Diner. Presented for the first time ever is the complete collection of the Glyph-nominated webcomic that irreverently tackled race, religion, politics and semi-fine dining with equal wit and brutal honesty. Viewpoints may differ, b... more
  • The Little Pine Tree

    by Ricarda Bush
    The Little Pine Tree is a young Ponderosa who has grown to just the right size to become a holiday tree in the Jones’ home. He is a bright young tree who has discovered that paying attention brings great rewards. He listens to various conversations that take place as people of all ages and from all walks of life walk the pedestrian paths that meandered through the great forest. He hears the fondness expressed by everyone who visits the forest. The Jones family live in an area near the forest. In... more
  • Boston Metaphysical Society - The Complete Series

    by Madeleine Holly-Rosing
    An ex-Pinkerton detective, a spirit photographer, and a genius scientist battle supernatural forces in late 1800's Boston.
  • Snowy's Adventure

    by Elaine Souter
    Elaine Souter Lives in Australia and was a registered nurse. After she retired she did Creative Writing Course. One day when she was taking her little dog Snowy for a walk he had a reaction with a Magpie. From then on, she got inspired and started writing about Snowy's Adventures. This is a fun and enjoyable story and color-me-book! Join uses we learn from Snowy and his adventures with the animals around him.
  • Death Valley '69

    by Lili Ristagno
    In the aftermath of MLK's assassination, Manson followers gather in the Haight-Ashbury district, Hollywood hedonism flourishes, Black Panthers organize, and the United States lays claim to the moon. Part rock 'n roll gossip, part true crime, illustrated narrative of "Death Valley '69" is a compelling invitation to gawk at the death of an American era: the 1960's. Author/artist Lili Ristagno offers unnerving details of chance and circumstance while cataloging the dark events which closed tha... more
  • Comics for Choice

    by Hazel Newlevant
    Comics for Choice is anthology of comics about abortion. As this fundamental reproductive right continues to be stigmatized and jeopardized, over sixty artists and writers have created comics that boldly share their own experiences, and educate readers on the history of abortion, current political struggles, activism, and more. Lawyers, activists, medical professionals, historians, and abortion fund volunteers have teamed up with cartoonists and illustrators to share their knowledge in accessibl... more
  • Down the F'n Tubes: an ode to fertility futility

    by Tom Hanada
    Down the F'n Tubes is an infertility story told in the style of Dr. Seuss -- but with sex and swearing! In the story, a young couple is whisked to a magical world where they must help an Egg and a Sperm swim across a wide sea and meet at an island in the middle. But month after month, the critters drown in the ocean's toxic, bloody waves. During the endeavor, our couple experiences shame, heartbreak, occasional joy, and double-entendres galore! 15% of people struggle with infertility. This... more

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