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The big news: Alison Bechdel is back—her much-anticipated acknowledgment is accompanied by buzzy bounce comics including assorted debuts, politically answerable nonfiction, and one from a Nobel laureate.
And Now I Spill the Ancestors Secrets: An Illustrated Memoir
Margaret Kimball. HarperOne, Apr. 20 ($18.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-0-06-300744-4)
Kimball maps bond territory, ambit about her mother’s suicide attempt, in an aggressive admission annual antic “scalpel-sharp autograph and tidy drawings,” per PW’s starred review.
Aminder Dhaliwal. Fatigued & Quarterly, Apr. 13 ($24.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-77046-437-7)
Following Women’s World, Dhaliwal plumbs addition abusive thought-experiment, wherein a cyclops association navigates the pressures and ageism of two-eyed society.
Guy Delisle, trans. by Helge Dascher. Fatigued & Quarterly, June 15 ($29.95, ISBN 978-1-77046-459-9)
Known for his keen-eyed comics travelogues, Delisle trains his amusing reportage on his hometown, abandoning a boyish summer active at a Quebec branch alive in chic tensions.
Daniel Chmielewski and Olga Tokarczuk, trans. by Antonia Lloyd-Jones and Kate Webster. Uncivilized, June 22 ($22.95, ISBN 978-1-941250-39-6)
Polish Nobel Prize–winner Tokarczuk’s Anna in the Tombs of the Apple becomes a clear novel, acclimatized by artisan Chmielewski, champ of the Polish Comics Prize, now in English.
Save It for Later: Promises, Parenthood, and the Urgency of Protest
Nate Powell. Abrams ComicArts, Apr. 6 ($24.99, ISBN 978-1-4197-4912-4)
Powell (the March series) collects comics essays spanning the 2016 acclamation and the Covid pandemic, announcement civilian assurance as a ancestor casual on the bequest of “good trouble.”
The Abstruse to Superhuman Strength
Alison Bechdel. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, May 4 ($24, ISBN 978-0-544-38765-2)
Bechdel’s agilely advancing aboriginal aboriginal annual in eight years revs up on her fettle obsessions and drives through America’s fascinations with the (often consumerist) charge to befitting fit. 75,000-copy appear aboriginal printing.
Seek You: A Journey Through American Loneliness
Kristen Radtke. Pantheon, July 6 ($30, ISBN 978-1-5247-4806-7)
Believer comics editor Radtke’s green airing hits poignant, appropriate topics: loneliness, forth with the anomaly of abandoned burghal life, and cultural and abstruse hallmarks of isolation.
Smahtguy: The Activity and Times of Barney Frank
Eric Orner. Metropolitan, June 1 ($25.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-250-19158-8)
Queer comics accoutrement Orner additionally happens to be Barney Frank’s columnist secretary, and this cabal annual of the aboriginal out congressman’s activity leverages aberrant admission and Orner’s comics chops. 40,000-copy appear aboriginal printing.
Lee Lai. Fantagraphics, May 11 ($24.99, ISBN 978-1-68396-426-1)
Lai’s electric admission centers on a leash (a anomalous brace and a distinct mother) who admire the aforementioned child, and acquisition their ancestors and adventurous ties continued and transformed, remaking them all.
Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts
Rebecca Hall and Hugo Martínez. Simon & Schuster, June 1 ($25, ISBN 978-1-9821-1518-0)
Originally crowdfunded, researcher Hall’s amalgam of history, activism, and abstract fiction unearths and ceremoniousness belief of apprenticed women who rose up in rebellion.
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Across the Tracks: Remembering Greenwood, Atramentous Wall Street, and the Tulsa Chase Annihilation by Alverne Ball and Stacey Robinson (May 4, $15.99, ISBN 978-1-4197-5517-0). Featured in the new Megascope line’s 2021 launch, this assignment uncovers claimed belief and explores the history and bequest of the 1921 Tulsa chase massacre.
Flash Forward: An Illustrated Guide to Possible (and Not So Possible) Tomorrows by Rose Eveleth et al. (Mar. 30, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-4197-4547-8). The eponymous podcast host teams up with Matt Lubchansky, Sophie Goldstein, Ben Passmore, Box Brown, and Julia Gfrörer on comics that brainstorm on approaching scenarios, commutual with fact-checking essays.
Happy Hour by Peter Milligan and Michael Montenat (July 13, $16.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-952090-05-9). A brace of adolescent bodies abscond a dystopian association gluttonous the appropriate to wallow in misery, which is actionable in a approaching area the Joy Police accomplish the law that every aborigine charge be happy, all the time.
My Activity in Transition: A Super Late Bloomer Accumulating by Julia Kaye (Feb. 16, $14.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-5248-6046-2) follows up Kaye’s comics annual Super Late Bloomer, now administration her ups and downs of active “out” afterwards gender transition, as she negotiates circadian activity and relationships with ancestors and friends.
Girlsplaining by Katja Klengel (Mar. 9, $17.99, ISBN 978-1-68415-662-7) takes on big capacity about gender and society, with comics analytic women’s akin roles, anatomy shaming, and animal taboos, and the burden to accept children, amid added issues, in the German cartoonist’s English-language debut.
Our Assignment Is Everywhere: An Illustrated Articulate History of Anomalous and Auto Attrition by Syan Rose (Apr. 6, $16.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-55152-815-1) brings calm illustrated articulate histories and portraits of a assorted accumulation of anomalous and auto people, spotlighting activists and added association leaders.
Resistance by Val McDermid and Kathryn Briggs (May 4, $27 barter paper, ISBN 978-0-8021-5872-7). Scottish abomination biographer McDermid ally with artisan Briggs on a clear abstruseness about block contagion. Ground aught is the Solstice Festival in North-umberland, area a announcer advance an illness’s beginning as it spirals through England.
We Alone Acquisition Them Back They’re Dead, Vol. 1, by Al Ewing and Simone Di Meo (May 11, $9.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-68415-677-1). Captain Malik stars in this interstellar fantasy as administrator of an dissection address that scavenges assets from the bodies of asleep conflicting gods—and his white bang is to acreage a still-living deity.
Ex-girlfriend of My Ex-girlfriend: Admonition on Anomalous Dating, Love, and Friendship by Maddy Court and Kelsey Wroten (May 18, $19.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-7972-0182-5) compiles and illustrates admonition offered to questions airish by bearding anomalous women and nonbinary association on conundrums in their chase for love.
The Pleasure of the Text by Sami Alwani (May 1, $20 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-77262-052-8). Vice artisan Alwani’s admission comics accumulating appearance belief with such characters as a pandemic-quarantined apparition indulging in pot-laced accolade and a half-man/half-dog comics artisan who becomes abominable in the indie scene.
Harley Quinn Atramentous White Red by Stjepan Sejic et al. (March 30, $16.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-77950-995-6) collects a alternation of aboriginal Harley Quinn belief fatigued alone in black, white, and red, from such creators as Saladin Ahmed, Erica Henderson, and Marguerite Sauvage.
Teddy by Laurence Luckinbill and Eryck Tait (Feb. 17, $24.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-68247-487-7) relates the activity of President Theodore Roosevelt in clear bio form, via an absurd accent accustomed in 1918 aloof afterwards Roosevelt hears the account that his son’s alike has been attempt bottomward in WWI, as the baby-kisser reflects on action and claimed choices.
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Fictional Ancestor by Joe Ollmann (May 4, $24.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-77046-463-6). In Doug Wright Award–winner Ollmann’s clear novel, artisan Caleb’s aggravating to break sober, get his activity together, and escape the bequest of his acclaimed artisan father, who drew comics about family, but alone his own.
Night Bus by Zuo Ma, trans. by Orion Martin (July 13, $29.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-77046-465-0). Chinese indie artisan Ma debuts in English with a absurd accumulating of stories, with settings such as a bus ride that veers into abrupt landscapes and a academy gym that morphs into a creature-infested swamp.
I Never Promised You a Rose Garden by Mannie Murphy (Mar. 23, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-68396-410-0) opens with a chestnut of a active cine brilliant drove and evolves into a history of racism anchored in the burghal planning and backroom of Murphy’s adolescence hometown of Portland, Ore.
Poison Flowers and Pandemonium by Richard Sala (May 4, $29.99, ISBN 978-1-68396-274-8). This quartet of clear novellas, completed aloof afore Sala’s afterlife in May 2020, showcases the cartoonist’s casting of apish watercolor-painted abhorrence and claret in belief including “Monsters Illustrated” and “House of the Blue Dwarf.”
Red Rock Baby Candy by Shira Spector (Mar. 2, $29.99, ISBN 978-1-68396-404-9). Spector debuts with a bitty clear annual that address into infertility, the accident of her ancestor to cancer, and agitated moments from her accord with her accomplice and family.
Bubble by Jordan Morris, Sarah Morgan, and Tony Cliff (July 13, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-250-24556-4), a clear atypical based on the podcast series, employs a fantasy account set central a assurance balloon in a acrid conflicting apple to chaff the gig economy, area bodies annihilate imps as a ancillary job.
What Unites Us: The Clear Atypical by Elliot Kirschner, Dan Rather, and Tim Foley (Feb. 16, $28.99, ISBN 978-1-250-23994-5) adapts anchorperson Rather’s essays on patriotism, illustrating his arguments about the apparatus of freedom, his eyes for a affiliated America, and meditations on aggregate ethics and basement institutions.
Thirsty Mermaids by Kat Leyh(Feb. 9, $29.99, ISBN 978-1-9821-3357-3). A leash of mermaids get bashed and casting a spell on themselves to airing on acreage for a night. They deathwatch up not alone hungover but clumsy to get aback to seaworthy forms; misadventures ensue.
Meadowlark: A Clear Atypical by Ethan Hawke and Greg Ruth (June 1, $26, ISBN 978-1-5387-1457-7) reunites the actor/writer and illustrator on their additional clear atypical accord afterward Indeh, with a father-son ball set in alone Texas, as one epically bad day unfolds. 50,000-copy appear aboriginal printing.
The Parakeet by Espé, trans. by Hannah Chute (Mar. 1, $21.95, ISBN 978-0-271-08805-1), offers a child’s appearance into brainy illness, as eight-year-old Bastien observes (and longs for) his mother, who avalanche into schizophrenic fits and is taken abroad by doctors, as he tries to allotment calm what it all means.
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Monumental: Oscar Dunn and His Radical Action in Reconstruction Louisiana by Brian K. Mitchell, Barrington S. Edwards, and Nick Weldon (Mar. 6, $19.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-0-917860-83-6). Set in Reconstruction-era New Orleans, this clear adventures memorializes the affecting activity of Oscar James Dunn, the aboriginal adopted Atramentous abettor governor in the U.S.
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In: A Clear Atypical by Will McPhail (May 4, $28, ISBN 978-0-358-34554-1). New Yorker artisan McPhail’s admission clear atypical appearance lonely, brooding millennial Nick, who frequents hipster coffee joints acquisitive for accompaniment and begins a accord with Wren, an oncologist. 50,000-copy appear aboriginal printing.
Count by Ibrahim Moustafa (Mar. 16, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-64337-634-9) retells The Count of Monte Cristo as a sci-fi comic, area a wronged prisoner, Redxan Samud, break out of a aerial penitentiary, gets rich, hooks up with a automatic sidekick, and seeks animus aloft his foe, the magistrate.
The Middle Ages: A Clear History by Eleanor Janega and Neil Max Emmanuel (July 13, $18.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-78578-591-7) frames the medieval aeon as a transformational era, illustrating hallmarks including the Crusades and the plague, and the particulars of religious activity and orders, and their access on abreast culture.
Voyage to the Stars by Ryan Copple, James Asmus, and Connie Daidone (Apr. 27, $15.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-68405-798-6) adapts the space-faring ball podcast into a clear novel. One bumbling aggregation blasts abroad from Earth afore it’s destroyed, block a aphotic force beyond the cosmos and bed-making anarchy in their wake.
Getting It Together, Vol. 1, by Sina Grace and Omar Spahi (Mar. 30, $16.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-5343-1776-5). Grace updates Accompany for the abreast open-relationship set with this ensemble alternation set in the Bay Area, featuring indie rocker attached and the perils of dating one’s best-bud’s sister.
Write It in Blood by Rory McConville and Joe Palmer (Mar. 2, $16.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-5343-1835-9). Cosmo and Arthur Pryce, affinity murderers for hire, are accessible to put their careers to rest, afterwards they accomplishment one aftermost job, which takes them on a adverse alley cruise with a bound in the block of their car.
Mpls Complete by Hannibal Tabu, Meredith Laxton, and Joseph Phillip Illidge (Apr. 13, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-64337-840-4) pays admiration to Prince through the adventure of Starchild, a female-led bandage that was aggressive by Prince’s style, sound, and catholic aftereffect on the Minneapolis agreeable scene.
1000 Storms by Tony Sandoval (June 9, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-951719-09-8). Sandoval crafts a fantasy starring a babe called Lisa who is alone by added accouchement due to her odd ways. Lisa alone wants a friend—but instead gets abject into a alongside apple and a aroused aggression plot.
The Curie Association by Heather Einhorn, Adam Staffaroni, and Janet Harvey (Apr. 27, $18.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-0-262-53994-4). Three adolescent women recruited to a association founded by Marie Curie put to assignment their accurate accuracy to baffle battling board in this alternation launch.
Love Me Please! The Adventure of Janis Joplin by Nicolas Finet and Christopher (July 13, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-68112-276-2). Janis Joplin gets the clear adventures analysis in this anniversary of her abbreviate life, including her postwar childhood, agreeable career, addictions, and afterlife in 1970.
The Secrets of Chocolate: A Gourmand’s Cruise Through a Top Chef’s Atelier by Franckie Alarcon (June 15, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-68112-278-6) puts the candied amusement in comics spotlight as Alacron journals in comics the year he spent afterward chocolatier Jacques Genin, and capacity the ability and action about authoritative and baking with chocolate.
The Vain, Vol. 1, by Eliot Rahal and Emily Pearson (Apr. 6, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-62010-887-1). A coven of vampires who alarm themselves “the Vain” absorb their time perfecting blood-bank heists, artifice law enforcement, and celebratory the accouterment in association about them over the advance of a century.
Freiheit! The White Rose Clear Atypical by Andrea Grosso Ciponte (Feb. 16, $24, ISBN 978-0-87486-344-4) memorializes a apprentice attrition accumulation in WWII Germany: ancestors Sophie and Hans Scholl, Christoph Probst, Alexander Schmorell, and Willi Graf broadcast anti-Nazi pamphlets and were accomplished for their activism.
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Emotional Robots: A Question of Existence by Alex Zohar, Greg Fass, and Jake Richardson (May 18, $16.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-64896-039-0) imagines a approaching area robots booty over the Earth, as altruism colonizes addition planet for refuge. Then alike added avant-garde robots emerge, arch to intergenerational apprentice conflicts.
Turkish Kaleidoscope: Fractured Lives in a Time of Violence by Jenny White and Ergün Gündüz (Apr. 20, $22.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-0-691-20519-9) address into the political tensions that erupted in Turkey in the 1970s and culminated in a 1980 coup, through the belief of blended characters based on rightist and advocate extremists.
Feelings: A Adventure in Seasons by Manjit Thapp (Mar. 2, $21.99, ISBN 978-0-593-12975-3) examines the alteration seasons as affecting and defining alteration affecting states beyond the advance of a year, in assets that “gorgeously characterize the aerial ball amid the centralized and accustomed worlds,” per PW’s review.
Dai Dark, Vol. 1, by Q Hayashida (Apr. 27, $12.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-64827-116-8). Zaha Sanko, boyish advocate of this atramentous ball manga, aloof wants to bang back—but monsters beyond the cosmos admiration his magicked bones, so aboriginal he’s got to action them off and annihilate the antecedent of his curse.
The Knights of Heliopolis by Alejandro Jodorowsky and Jérémy (Apr. 13, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-78773-608-5) recasts the allegory of “The Man in the Iron Mask” by abacus abnormal elements (including a core of abiding alchemists) and twists and turns of abstruse parentage, all set in an 18th-century French monastery.
I’m a Wild Seed by Sharon Lee De La Cruz (Feb. 14, $12.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-95149-105-5). De La Cruz debuts with a accumulating of autobiographical comics that blow on, amid added things, her “uneventful affair story” and her ruminations on Xena the warrior princess, as it delves into how De La Cruz authentic her LGBTQ character as a being of color.
The Banana Book Guide to Growing Food: Step-by-Step Vegetable Gardening for Everyone by Joseph Tychonievich and Liz Anna Kozik (Feb. 2, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-9848-5726-2) appearance Mia, a amateur gardener, and her plant-nurturing neighbor, George, who guides her (and readers) visually forth anniversary footfall in growingproduce at home.
Muhammad Ali, Kinshasa 1974 by Jean-David Morvan, Abbas, and Rafael Ortiz (Feb. 2, $29.99, ISBN 978-1-78773-620-7). This amalgam clear album assignment pairs ahead abstruse aboriginal photography by Abbas with comics art by Ortiz to brighten the celebrated 1974 “Rumble in the Jungle” bout amid Muhammad Ali and George Foreman.
Onion Skin by Edgar Camacho (Apr. 13, $14.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-60309-489-4), champ of Mexico’s countdown National Adolescent Clear Atypical Award, follows Rolando, a adolescent man adversity from a alarming injury, as he finds adulation and adorable new adventures back he opens a aliment barter with active chef Nera.
Rivers by David Gaffney and Dan Berry (May 4, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-60309-490-0) follows up The Three Rooms in Valerie’s Head with a account of arbitrary strangers who allotment the aforementioned repeating dream, and who acquisition anniversary added via a affected internet account that curtains into dream states.
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Run Home If You Don’t Want to Be Killed: The Detroit Uprising of 1943 by Rachel Marie-Crane Williams (Mar. 8, $19.95 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-4696-6327-2) draws from on-the-ground accounts recorded by the NAACP, illustrating the 1943 summer uprisings in Detroit, which followed growing ancestral tensions, in which 34 bodies (mostly Black) were killed.
Grendel, KY by Jeff McComsey and Tommy Lee Edwards (Feb. 16, $9.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-953165-03-9) retells Beowulf in abreast rural Kentucky, area a mining boondocks ritually sacrifices its adolescent for acceptable banknote crops—until one ancestor refuses to—and the babe he saves charge acknowledgment to triumph.
The Visitor by Paul Levitz and MJ Kim (June 8, $19.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-68215-364-2). From Eisner Hall of Famer Levitz comes the Visitor, a new super-figure in the Valiant universe, who brings abstruse schemes with him to New York Burghal over U.N. anniversary as apple leaders convene.
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Embodied: An Intersectional Comics Poetry Anthology, edited by Wendy and Tyler Chin-Tanner (May 18, $18.99 barter paper, ISBN 978-1-949518-13-9) meshes anapestic and comics forms in this across-the-board and alternate anthology, featuring poets and cartoonists including Rosebud Ben-Oni, Khadijah Queen, Maggie Smith, Paul Tran, Soo Lee, Hazel Newlevant, and Ashley A. Woods.
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A adaptation of this commodity appeared in the 12/07/2020 affair of Publishers Weekly beneath the headline: Comics & Clear Novels
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