Top Shelf Productions released an early look at Radical: My First Year With A Socialist Senator from Sofia Warren.
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Top Shelf Productions sent Major Spoilers an early look at Yellow Cab, an autobiographical graphic novel from writer Benoît Cohen, and artist Christophe Chabouté.
This week, we’re taking a look at some notable comic book award-winners.
Top Shelf Productions has released an early look at Red Panda and Moon Bear: The Curse of the Evil Eye from Jarod Rosello.
Top Shelf Productions sent Major Spoilers this early look at Glork Patrol: Glork Patrol Takes a Bath, the second book in the series from James Kochalka.
Top Shelf Productions sent us an early look at Junkwraith, a YA/Adult crossover graphic novel that follows a young woman who accidentally summons a junkwraith.
Top Shelf Productions, and imprint of IDW Publishing, is set to release Junkwraith, a YA / adult crossover graphic novel from Swedish graphic novelist, Ellinor Richey.
In just a few weeks, Top Shelf will release The Ballad for Sophie, an adult graphic novel about rivalry, regret, and redemption.
Top Shelf Productions has released an early look at Better Place, a new graphic novel written by Duane Murray and illustrated by Shawn Daley.
Dust off your diary, it’s time for “So You Want To Read Comics” our weekly feature where we take a look at a single topic and then offer a pair of comic book recommendations, perfect for new readers, based on that topic. This week we’re getting personal and taking a look at memoirs.
Last week we took a look at some great graphic novels coming out of France and we’re keeping it European this week by taking a look at what the United Kingdom has to offer.
This week, we’re taking a look at perhaps the most famous and popular monster to inhabit our public consciousness: Vampires.
Matt, Lily, and Benji have been abandoned by their parents and are here on earth, trying to fit in, trying not to be found out. But they also have superpowers – how long can they hide them?
Top Shelf Productions announced today that Surfside Girls, Kim Dwinell’s celebrated graphic novel series for middle-grade readers about friendship, fun, and lost mysteries of the local landscape, will receive a full-length sequel next summer.