Scrappy young Jimmy is a pro wrestler in the making, and he's up for taking on anyone and anything. From his own family, his schoolwork, wild animals and pirates, he's challenging the world one small fight at a time, but can his hopes and dreams take him all the way to stellar success? Or will his fists finally get him into too much trouble?
Hair explores the global culture of hair - be it in religion, sports, the office, catwalking down the runway or simply strolling down the street. It's about what people think your hair says about you, and how their opinions are probably wrong, more often that not! Whether you wear it in braids, slicked back, combed over, or just plain shave it all off, hair is a great way to express your style! Author Morgane Soularue and illustrator Camille de Cussac examine the long and the short of it in this colorfully illustrated nonfiction exploration of hair!
Lights. Glamour. Action! Take a peek into the cultural phenomenon that is Drag, in this lusciously illustrated guide to the history of the phenomenon, from ancient theatre to the queens of RuPaul's Drag Race.
Enter a world of magic and adventure in this stunning series based on traditional Russian folklore. Collected into a beautiful new paperback edition for the first time!
Mysterious lights in the sky. Alien abductions. Government cover-ups. Dedicated ufologists have spent years documenting unexplained phenomena from flying saucers to extraterrestrial life. Uncover the history of UFOs in this illustrated guide, which separates the science fiction from the facts.
Ramiro leaves the British drizzle and his beloved fiance Yoss to investigate his family history back home in Costa Rica. What starts as an innocent fascination with an old family photo album leads to conversations with the older generations and revelations he is not prepared for. This intimate and evocative graphic novel uncovers a family secret, set against the idyllic Caribbean coastline in one of the most beautiful countries in Latin America. Author Edo Brenes weaves together the heartbreaking and humbling stories of three generations. Love and life is a struggle in paradise: welcome to Limon.
A new collection of the early out-of-print work of the illustrator Jon McNaught, author of the critically acclaimed graphic novel Kingdom. Quiet, contemplative, and design-focused, this will be a hit with any fans of Chris Ware or Seth.
In the second volume of this hit YA graphic novel series, adventurous twin siblings Stig and Tilde must fight to survive on a mysterious island and uncover some shocking secrets!