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Non Sequitur has been entertaining fans for more than a decade, with its Twilight Zone of cartoon moments. Day after day, Non Sequitur hilariously jabs at the feats and foibles of life, skewering everyone from politicians to teenagers. Wiley's irreverent, satirical wit, combined with his superbly crafted illustrations, confirms that the universe is one big joke at humanity's expense.That said, some of Non Sequitur's most popular panels have been the... more...

Graphic novels have entered the mainstream and become the hot category for both established professionals and aspiring artists. From super-heroes to werewolves, Hollywood is increasingly looking toward graphic novels to adapt into films..."V For Vendetta", "Road To Perdition", "A History of Violence", "The Watchmen"...these are just a few graphic novels which have enjoyed immense popularity and translation into big-budget films.In "The Everything Guide... more...

From seductive vampires to corrupt samurai to wicked werewolves, all the inhabitants of the manga occult-and-horror genre welcome you into their nefarious universe. The latest book in the Manga Mania series from best-selling author Christopher Hart takes readers through the world of manga horror and occult with sinfully easy step-by-step instructions and decadently lush color illustrations. Beautiful depravity becons. Evil never looked so good.

Aim for the brain! The characters of The Walking Dead live in a desolate post-apocalyptic world, filled with relentless violence and death. In reality, how would such never-ending trauma affect the psyche? By understanding the psychological forces that drive the series' action, fans can better grasp this compelling fictional universe. Which characters suffer PTSD and is there hope for them? Is the Governor a psychopath, a... more...

In The Creative Cartoonist and The Art of Caricature, Gautier taught artists the techniques of cartooning and caricature. Now he shows them how to take the next step: selling their work. Here is everything amateur cartoonists need to enhance their skills and successfully break into the cartooning business. Over 150 drawings throughout.


In France, Belgium, and other Francophone countries, comic strips---called bande dessinee or "BD" in French---have long been considered a major art form capable of addressing a host of contemporary issues. Among French-speaking intelligentsia, graphic narratives were deemed worthy of canonization and critical study decades before the academy and the press in the United States embraced comics. The place that BD holds today, however,... more...

In Hollywood, marriage is like an oil change. Most celebrities are due for another one every three months. The E! channel actually breaks into their regular programming to tell us the Benjamin Bratt just got married or Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton are getting divorced. We are a nation obsessed with celebrity relationships, break-ups, make-ups, and shake-ups. From better halves to bitter halves, Holy Matrimony! is the first book of its kind. A... more...

The author whose signature style of art introduction has sold nearly a million books now applies his highly regarded techniques to humorous art with a drawing guide guaranteed to bring laughter within everyone's reach. Featuring 1200 illustrations with thorough instructions.

Computational geometry as an area of research in its own right emerged in the early seventies of this century. Right from the beginning, it was obvious that strong connections of various kinds exist to questions studied in the considerably older field of combinatorial geometry. For example, the combinatorial structure of a geometric problem usually decides which algorithmic method solves the problem most efficiently. Furthermore, the analysis of an... more...

"There is real hope for a culture that makes it as easy to buy a book as it does a pack of cigarettes."--a civic leader quoted in a New American Library ad (1951) American Pulp tells the story of the midcentury golden age of pulp paperbacks and how they brought modernism to Main Street, democratized literature and ideas, spurred social mobility, and helped readers fashion new identities. Drawing on extensive original research, Paula... more...