Bramlett, Frank, ed. Linguistics and the Study of Comics. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2012. xiv + 310 pp. $85.00. Hardback. ISBN 978-0-230-36282-6. The basic purpose of this edited volume is best stated in the editor’s “Introduction.” Namely that this is “a book for anybody who wants to know more about how language and comics go together. It begins...
Spiegelman, Art. MetaMaus: A Look inside a Modern Classic, Maus. New York: Pantheon Books, 2011. 301 pp. $35.00. Hardback. ISBN 978-0-375-42394-9. With MetaMaus: The Complete Maus Files. DVD. Reader Warning: This volume is not for the faint of heart. Confronting evil never is. This insightful work, by the author of the original Maus, brings to light...
After more than four decades, the fate of the Ringworld and its cast of trillions is revealed. Niven and Lerner have outdone themselves in bringing to a conclusion the saga of a world vast and diverse beyond measuring. And the ultimate danger comes from an unexpected front.
Robinson, already famous for his Mars and Environment Trilogies, tackles the questions of returning to a degraded environment on Earth after the human species has been living in space habitats and colonies around the solar system for several centuries.
Sherlock Holmes reenters the American canon of detective fiction in the new series Elementary.
This two-volume set embarks on the ambitious project of survey the most important and influential works of graphic literature in the American canon.
Mignola, Mike, and John Arcudi, authors. Art by Wilfredo Torres and Dave Stewart. Lobster Johnson: The Prayer of Neferu. Milwaukie, OR: Dark Horse Comics, August 2012. 22pp. $3.50. Minor spoilers.
Oeming, Michael Avon. Victories, no. 1. Milwaukie, OR: Dark Horse Comics, Inc., August 2012. 22pp. $3.50. Minor spoilers.