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California Dreamin': Cass Elliot Before the Mamas & the Papas
Before she became the legendary Mama Cass - one quarter of the mega-huge folk group The Mamas and the Papas - Cass Eliot was a girl from Baltimore trying to make it in the big city. After losing parts to stars like Barbra Streisand on the Broadway circuit, Cass found her place in the music world...
A Most Imperfect Union: A Contrarian History of the United States
Enough with the dead white men! Forget what you learned in school! Ever since Columbus - who was probably a converted Jew - "discovered" the New World, the powerful and privileged have usurped American history. The true story of the United States lies not with the founding fathers or robber baron...
James Brown: Black and Proud
The Godfather of Soul, Mr. Dynamite, The Hardest Working Man in Show Business--a legend of popular music whose influence and appeal reaches audiences to this day--gets the graphic novel treatment.Born in the South during the height of segregation, James Brown went on to become a global sensation,...
The Joe Shuster Story: The Artist Behind Superman
Everybody knows Superman, but not everybody knows the secret origins of this American legend. Based on archival material and original sources, writer Julian Voloj and artist Thomas Campi tell the story of the friendship between illustrator Joe Shuster and writer Jerry Siegel, who thought they had...
Tattoos (The Little Book of Knowledge)
The Little Book of Knowledge series has everything you could want to know about your favorite subjects, all wrapped in a convenient and attractive hardcover graphic novel. Written by experts in the field and drawn by fans who know the material, each Little Book is perfect for the established enth...
She went back to the Old World to find her roots, never suspecting that she would lay down new ones.After a messy year of heartbreak and setbacks, Tara sets off to Ireland in search of clues to her family's ancestry, but what she finds isn't at all what she expected. Some of it has to do with the...
A perfect hybrid of European and Japanese comics and a rich exploration of the combined wonder and alienation of immigrant life.In August 2002, artist Benjamin Reiss flies to Tokyo to spend a year with Kayoko, the Japanese girl he met in France a year earlier. What he finds upon landing is a vast...
Life Between Panels
A semiautobiographical comic by Ethan Young, the acclaimed writer and artist of Nanjing: The Burning City and The Battles of Bridget Lee graphic novel seriesIn this blend of autobiography and fantasy, a cartoonist records his life in New York City: his job, his creative career, his friends, his h...
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