This graphic novel tracks the first year of Bonnie and Clyde's extraordinary crime spree.
Beginning in April 1932 in Texas, these pages depict the accelerating path of robberies and shoot-outs that made the duo infamous, and reveal what drove Clyde Barrow to become such a hardened criminal, unrepentant and relentlessly violent.
And what drove Bonnie, repeatedly, in spite of her best interest, to... [click here for more]
This collection of more than 300 graphic biographies (bio-illustrations) of baseball players is a throwback to the illustrated biographies/cartoons seen regularly in newspaper sports sections of the 1930s to 50s.
All manner of ballplayers are included from the Hall of Famers (the Legends), to the everyday players (the Journeymen), to the cup-of-coffee guys (the Short-Timers). Almost all of the bio-illustrations... [click here for more]
On August 16, 1920, Yankees pitcher Carl Mays threw a fastball that struck Cleveland Indians shortstop Ray Chapman in the head. Chapman died the next morning.
Hit by Pitch is a nonfiction graphic novel about these men, their lives and legacies, and the event that linked them forever. Born the same year (1891), both in Kentucky, they had similar beginnings but opposing personalities.... [click here for more]
This is a graphic biography of Fred Hutchinson, one of baseball's most beloved men. Hutch enjoyed a successful big league career, first as an All-Star pitcher for the Tigers and later as a pennant-winning manager with the Reds. And he is remembered for his final major league summer and a season he didn't finish. In the winter of 1963, after three straight winning seasons as manager of the Reds, Hutchinson... [click here for more]
A Graphic History of the Burning Times
For three centuries, as the Black Death rampaged through Europe and the Reformation tore the Church apart, tens of thousands were arrested as witches and subjected to torture and execution, including being burned alive. This graphic novel examines the background; the witch hunters' methods; who profited; the brave few who protested; and how the Enlightenment... [click here for more]
Yellow Rose of Texas: The Myth of Emily Morgan tells the fact based story of the African-American woman who inspired the world famous folk song.
In this graphic novel the adventures of Emily Morgan reveal the Texas war for independence through the eyes of a black woman who survived the Alamo and played an important part in winning the war.
While the story of Texas is told with attention to historical... [click here for more]