Beg the Question
Hardcover ISBN: 1560975024
Rob Hoffman and Sylvia Fanucci, lovers living in New York City, lead somewhat complicated lives as they deal with the perils of apartment hunting, accidental pregnancy, the talk of marriage, and dead-end jobs.
The Great Cow Race
Hardcover ISBN: 0963660985
The adventure starts when cousins Fone Bone, Phoney Bone, and Smiley Bone are run out of Boneville and later get separated and lost in the wilderness, meeting monsters and making friends as they attempt to return home.
The Complete Optic Nerve Mini-Comics
Paperback ISBN: 1896597009
Presents thirty-two stories that deal with a variety of characters, including a shy novelist who seeks out the girl he was obsessed with in high school, a lonely woman who loses her job, and high school outcasts.
Paperback ISBN: 0946790051
Alex Hunter tries to make sense of being trapped in England's weirdest village, the ghost of the beautiful woman who haunts his dreams, and why the villagers celebrate Christmas in mid-summer. The Amazonian Shaman, Megaron, reveals his tribe's deadly cycle of vengeance; and the village's resident extraterrestrial, Adam, explains away the UFO phenomenon, while behind the scenes a clandestine brotherhood pulls the strings. A complex and intriguing journey through romance, mystery, and the supernatural with a twist of bizarre humor, beautifully illustrated with pencil, pen & ink, painted watercolor, and manipulated photographs. Introduction by Heart of Empire creator Bryan Talbot. New, full-color painted cover by Millidge.
Blade of the Immortal
Paperback ISBN: 156971469x
Manji, a ronin warrior of feudal Japan, has been cursed with immortality and to rid his eternal suffering and lift the curse, he must slay one thousand enemies, and his quest begins with a young girl who seeks revenge on her parents' killers.
And Other Stories
Paperback ISBN: 1896597122
Collecting the first four issues of Adrian Tomine's acclaimed comic series optic nerve, this book offers sixteen concise, haunting tales of modern life. The characters here appear to be well-adjusted on the surface, but Tomine takes us deeper into their lives, subtly examining their struggle to connect with friends and lovers.