graphic novel sale

Graphic Novel Sale #1

( May 14, 2014 ) Last Gasp is excited to offer 40% OFF a curated selection of graphic novels. These titles represent some of the most intriguing comics work we've published in recent years, from masterful artists such as Robert Crumb, Junko Mizuno, Suehiro Maruo, Dan Piraro, and Yusaku Hanakuma. Read the rest.

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Yes, Kids Love to F**king Read - Women In Rock Edition

( May 12, 2014 ) This fourth installment of the "Yes, Kids Love To F**king Read" series has been dubbed "The Women In Rock" edition. The featured kids are either related to a lady musician, reading about a lady musician, or a combo of the two. Enjoy! Read the rest.


Junko Mizuno on Ink Studs

( May 7, 2014 ) Comics podcast Ink Studs made a pitstop in San Francisco on their recent road trip from Vancouver to LA and met with artist extraordinaire, Junko Mizuno. Tune in to hear Junko dish dirt about how she got her start in comics, her influences, and more. We love Junko and so should you. Read the rest.

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Mushroom Botanical Art

( May 5, 2014 ) Attention fun guys: Mushroom Botanical Art is the book for you. Its gold embossed cover & intricately beautiful rendering of mushrooms make this book more of an art object than a field guide. A perfect gift for a loved one or to trip out on by yourself. Read the rest.

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Status Factory Is Coming

( May 2, 2014 ) Countdown to Ron English's Status Factory! 224 pages of skewered pop culture images designed to titillate warped minds and subvert the innocent. Coming very, very soon! Read the rest.

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