Check out these new graphic novels coming to the Adult Services Collection for the month of June. For a complete list click here.
GRAPHIC NOVEL FERRIER
Silk Hills / Ryan Ferrier
When Beth Wills comes to Silk Hills, a small Appalachian town that’s seen better days since the mines were abandoned, she expected a bit of culture shock… But not like this! Beth is someone who has a talent for finding people who don’t want to be found, and when she’s called to Silk Hills by a local titan of industry, she can tell that something’s not right. Little does she know…
GRAPHIC NOVEL HAIFISCH
Schappi / Anna Haifisch
A collection of absurdist comics short stories navigating etiquette and diplomacy within the vicissitudes of the animal kingdom: from proud ostriches to racist mice, and delicious-looking weasels.
GRAPHIC NOVEL MAUPIN
Tales of the City / Armistead Maupin
San Francisco, late 1970s. At 28 BarbaryLane, Anna Madrigal runs a boarding house. She welcomes people who have nowherevelse to go: the misfits. This matriarch is known for her unending kindness and her superb marijuana crop.
GRAPHIC NOVEL MCDONALD
The Stone King / Kel McDonald
Ave has decided to illegally harvest healing moss from the Stone King, a mighty giant who roams the lands. Her theft goes even better than she could have dreamed. But what she thought would buy her a ticket to adventure and a better life, brings disaster instead. Now her home is in danger and fixing her mistakes is the city’s only hope.
GRAPHIC NOVEL TAGAME
Our Colors / Gengoroh Tagame Set in contemporary suburban Japan, Our Colors is the story of Sora Itoda, a sixteen-year-old aspiring painter who experiences his world in synesthetic hues of blues and reds and is governed by the emotional turbulence of being a teenager. He wants to live honestly as a young gay man in high school, but that is still not acceptable in Japanese society.