Graphic Novels (8/23/17)

The Customer is Always Wrong by Mimi Pond

Oakland in the late seventies is a cheap and quirky haven for eccentrics and Mimi Pond folds the tales of the fascinating sleaze-ball characters that surround young Madge into her workaday waitressing life. Outrageous and loving tributes and takedowns of her co-workers and satellites of the Imperial Cafe create a snapshot of a time in Madge’s life where she encounters who she is, and who she is not.

“Her loose, ink-washed art, honed during her years drawing for National Lampoon and The Village Voice, provides the perfect easy entry to the Imperial and a fond remembrance of a time past.”–Publishers Weekly

Trish Trash #2 by Jessica Abel

Trish and her family nurse the alien she discovered back to health. But will the added burden of another mouth to feed force Trish to give up her roller derby dreams?

Goliath by Tom Gauld

Tom Gauld’s debut graphic novel retelling of a classic myth, now in paperback…

It Don’t Come Easy by Philippe Dupuy

The award-winning Monsieur Jean series tackles the complexities of everyday life…

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