Graphic Novels

Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Rose Collection (BESM) by Emily Dresner-Thornber

By Emily Dresner-Thornber

This approved reference consultant for innovative lady Utena positive factors special episode summaries, in-depth personality profiles, atmosphere and subject research, and role-playing personality sheets for Guardians of Order's renowned immense Eyes, Small Mouth anime RPG. thousands of full-color photos from the sequence. Covers episodes 1-13.

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The Lost Books (Visual Edition) by Ted Dekker

By Ted Dekker

It is a complete color image novel.

A complete strength conflict among sturdy and evil. A twister of motion and strategem... will go away you figuring out for convinced you're not in Kansas anymore.

The Circle universe made favored by way of Ted Dekker in his manhattan occasions best-selling sequence ( Black, purple, White, and eco-friendly ) is introduced again to vibrant existence this time from the vantage element of 4 young people. and not have the stakes for survival and destruction been so high.

From hundreds of thousands of latest woodland shield recruits elderly sixteen and 17, Thomas Hunter chooses 4 to guide a unique challenge opposed to the Horde. yet sooner than that project totally starts, it without warning alterations to a good larger endgame. Now those 4 kids needs to locate the seven misplaced Books of heritage prior to darkish forces do. For those seven books have vast strength during the last, current, and destiny controlling not just the future in their world...but that of ours as well.

Prepare for a beautiful visible event because the selected face renegades and betrayals throughout realities of their quest to discover what's been lost.

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Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me: A Graphic by Ellen Forney

By Ellen Forney

Cartoonist Ellen Forney explores the connection among “crazy” and “creative” during this picture memoir of her bipolar disease, woven with tales of well-known bipolar artists and writers.

Shortly prior to her 30th birthday, Forney used to be clinically determined with bipolar illness. Flagrantly manic and terrified that drugs might reason her to lose creativity, she started a years-long fight to discover psychological balance whereas holding her passions and creativity.

Searching to make feel of the preferred inspiration of the loopy artist, she reveals notion from the lives and paintings of alternative artists and writers who suffered from temper problems, together with Vincent van Gogh, Georgia O’Keeffe, William Styron, and Sylvia Plath. She additionally researches the scientific features of bipolar ailment, together with the strengths and obstacles of varied remedies and drugs, and what reports let us know in regards to the conundrum of trying to “cure” an differently great mind.

Darkly humorous and extremely own, Forney’s memoir offers a visceral glimpse into the results of a temper affliction on an artist’s paintings, as she stocks her personal tale via daring black-and-white pictures and evocative prose.

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Identity and Justice by Ian Angus

By Ian Angus

In this provocative examine of the duty of English-Canadian philosophy, Ian Angus contends that English Canada harbours a mystery and unofficial dream of self-rule that's printed via opinions of empire. taking a look at the most tensions among neighborhood residing and the globalized marketplace, Identity and Justice indicates how modern society's reactions to technological advances and an international marketplace economic climate have produced more and more remoted members and avoided the emergence of a coherent neighborhood in response to a universalizing philosophy.

Stressing the significance of regionalism and postcolonial understandings, Angus argues that Canada calls for a philosophy of autonomous components via a belief of universality that subordinates rulership to a negotiation among different groups. via dialogue of the paintings of well-liked Canadian thinkers, significantly Harold Innis, John Porter, George provide, and Marshall McLuhan, Angus identifies and explores key issues that outline the individuality of English Canada, basically these regarding energy and empire, dominant and leading edge modes of belief and concept, transportation, conversation, group, ethnicity, and collective action.

A penetrating exam of a few of Canada's nationwide myths and the phenomenology of locality within the twenty-first century, Identity and Justice is a groundbreaking critique and restoration of English Canadian social and political thought.

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The Planet of Music (The Little Prince, Book 3) by Élyum Studio, Clélia Constantine

By Élyum Studio, Clélia Constantine

The warrior Utians are a bit burdened via the unusual habit of Euphony, the diva whose making a song units the rhythm of all their planet's days. lately, Euphony turns out so unhappy, and she's been making a song much less and not more. whilst the Little Prince and Fox detect that Euphony is making a song the blues over a international prince named Ivory, issues get too complex even for them―because Ivory is from the land of the Flower Growers, the sworn enemies of the Utians...

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Introducing Rousseau: A Graphic Guide by Dave Robinson

By Dave Robinson

Musician, poet, novelist and botanist, yet principally, a thinker who denied being one, Jean-Jacques Rousseau used to be the 1st to invite: “What is the price of civilization?” His solution surprised Enlightenment contemporaries and nonetheless demanding situations us at the present time. Introducing Rousseau publications us via a turbulent lifetime of misplaced innocence, persecution, and paranoia.

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