New January Graphic Novels

Here's a selection of some of our newest titles -- be sure to look for more of your favorites at our new location in the YA area!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gandhi : a manga biography -- Through his quietly powerful leadership and influential use of nonviolent resistance in India's struggle against the British Raj, Mahatma Gandhi became one of the most revered figures of the modern era. While history has recorded Gandhi's words and deeds, the man himself has been eclipsed by maxims of virtuosity that seem to have little resonance in our everyday lives. In Gandhi, the third volume in our exciting new manga biography series, Kazuki Ebine combines a gripping narrative with stunning illustrations to share Gandhi's inspiring and deeply human story with a whole new generation of readers.

 

The Flash. The road to Flashpoint -- Something is coming, something so destructive to the timestream that young people are suddenly dying of old age. As Barry Allen -- the recently returned Flash -- tries to solve the murders in his guise as a Central City crime scene investigator, a new hero arrives on the scene.

 

 

 

A bride's story. Volume 2 -- Acclaimed creator Kaoru Mori's tale of life on the nineteenth-century Silk Road continues as the young bride, Amir Halgal, struggles to remain with her new groom despite the wishes of her family, who would see her wed another. Will Amir be able to preserve the bonds she has cultivated in her new home?

 

 

Kill Shakespeare. Volume 2, The blast of war -- And so the curtain falls... Hamlet, Juliet, and Shakespeare all facing death! Can Othello rally the Prodigals to defeat Richard and Lady Macbeth's now-fractured army? But even if he does, will anyone be left alive to celebrate victory? The critically acclaimed series ends its first run in this second volume collection.

 

 

-- Meet Paul Lincoln: dedicated Metropolis police officer, loving husband and father, and witness to the major events of DC Universe history, from the rise of the Justice Society of America to the fall of Batman and Superman. Even as the world seems to turn darker, Paul never stops believing in the superheroes.

 

 

 

Cross game. Volume 3 -- Cross Game is a moving drama that is heartfelt and true, yet in the brilliant hands of manga artist Mitsuru Adachi, delightfully flows with a light and amusing touch. The series centers around a boy named Ko, the family of four sisters who live down the street and the game of baseball. This poignant coming-of-age will change your perception of what shonen-manga can be.

 

 

Vermonia. Vol. 5, The Warriors' trial -- One of the pillars of Turtle Realm hangs in the balance as Doug, Jim, and Naomi confront demons embodying their greatest fears and Mel continues her double life imprisoned in Acidulous's castle.

 

 

 

X-Men legacy. Collision -- In the wake of a particularly violent magnetic storm, the team encounters a super-powered girl with a squad of mutant-hunting Sentinels hot on her tail. Is the mysterious runaway a new mutant, or something else entirely? And what will the X-Men do when the girl's family arrives, ready to return her home by any means necessary?

 

 

Blue exorcist. Volume 5 -- In the late Edo Period, a demon known as the Impure King killed thousands of people. After defeating the demon, the Knights of the True Cross kept its left eye safely sealed away on Academy grounds--but now someone has stolen it! Hearing the thief has taken a child hostage, Yukio and Rin go to help. The investigation and pursuit will lead Rin and his friends to Kyoto and involve them even deeper in a sinister plot! But will his friends' knowledge that Rin is the son of Satan drive a wedge between them?

 

 

Superman/Batman. Vol. 12, Sorcerer kings -- Called in to examine the body of a possible exact duplicate of himself, Superman is abducted by Batman to fight a powerful magical coven whose spells in a war-torn future Earth wreak havoc on the present.

 

 

 

The unwritten. Vol. 3, Dead man's knock -- The fictional adventures of Tommy Taylor are the biggest publishing sensation of the still-young century. And now, years after the last volume, Tommy's creator Wilson Taylor--long missing and believed dead--is unleashing a brand-new Tommy Taylor book upon the world. There's just one problem: It's not a new Tommy Taylor book at all. This volume also includes the origin story of Lizzie Hexam.

 

 

Maximum Ride : the manga. Vol. 5 -- Escaping ITEX in Florida, the Flock head west, with Max more burdened than ever by the knowledge that she's meant to save the world. But while their leader is keen to stay on the path leading to her destiny, Fang and the others are more interested in settling down and letting the chips fall where they may. With the Erasers eerily absent from their lives of late, has the Flock finally earned a bit of peace...or is this all just the calm before the storm?