The Sandman: The Doll's House

by Gaiman, Neil, and Jones, Malcolm, III (Illustrator), and Carlson, K. C. (Editor)

iconicon Popular science fiction writers expand on Neil Gaiman's dream weaving Sandman.

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

by Moore, Alan

iconicon The inspiration behind the blockbuster movie of the same name, this book uses classic characters from familiar literature to tell a tale of epic proportions in Victorian England. Suggested for mature readers.

The Floating Girl

by Massey, Sujata

iconicon Half-American, half-Japanese, Rei Shimura is finally beginningto feel like Tokyo is home. Now a writer on art and antiques at the Gaijin Times, a comic-style magazine aimed at affluent young readers, Rei's latest assignment is a piece on the history of comic book art. During a weekend of research and relaxation at her boyfriend Takeo's beachside house, Rei stumbles upon the perfect subject: an exquisite modern comic that reveals the disturbing social milieu of pre-World War II Japan. Rei art story, evolves into something much darker. One of the comic's young creators is found dead -- a murder... read more


The Sandman: season of mists

by Gaiman, Neil, and Jones, Kelley

iconicon Kelley Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Matt Wagner et al Acclaimed writer Neil Gaiman sends The Sandman on a journey into Hell in the hope of redeeming the soul of his old love. Instead of releasing the damned soul, though, Lucifer turns over all of Hell to the Lord of Dreams. Beginning with a prologue that introduces the Sandman's entire family, known as the Endless, this volume provides an excellent opportunity for new readers to enter the realm of the D

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay

by Chabon, Michael

iconicon During the rise of Nazism, Joe Kavalier escapes from Prague and immigrates to America, where he hopes to make enough money to bring the rest of his family with him. He teams up with Sammy Clay, his Brooklyn cousin, to create comic book characters who act out the dreams of their creators--who, meanwhile, both become involved with the same woman, the devastating Rosa Saks. Chabon's critically acclaimed novel provides not only a window into the immigrant experience but also a hymn of praise to the golden age of the comics. THE AMAZING ADVENTURES was a New York Times Notable Book for the year 2000.
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