Sinbad the Sailor

Anyone who’s ever yearned to travel the high seas and see unknown places may do well to read Sinbad’s account of his seven trips into the great beyond. An incurable wanderer, Sinbad can’t help but be pulled into adventure on…

Little Lit: Folklore and Fairy Tale Funnies

Fairy tales are often strange and surprising, and this anthology of fairy and folk tale comics only proves there’s a fairy tale for everyone, every style, and every lesson. What’s wackier than a prince who thinks he’s a rooster? Or…

Master Man: A Tall Tale of Nigeria

In this wonderful West African folktale, Shadusa believes he is by far the best man in town. And why not? He carries two antelope at once and everyone in town knows they’ve never seen anyone better. He strides about town…

Meanwhile…

Raymond can hear his mom calling him, really he can. He’d just rather not go. So, in a moment of creative genius, he decides he’ll use that means of escape he sees in comics all the time. Raymond scrawls “Meanwhile…”…

Cardcaptor Sakura, vol. 1

Sakura Kinomoto is a cute, bubbly, normal fourth-grader. That is, she was until the day she opened a mysterious old book and awakened a powerful magic. Now she’s a cute, bubbly fourth-grader with a secret mission: to find and capture…

The Last Knight

Will Eisner is a giant in the comics field, having turned his hand to many different kinds of stories over the years. It’s easy to see why he’s so revered, even in a work as brief as The Last Knight.…