When Jon and Suzie have sex, time stopsliterally. What happens next? They rob banks, of course. Now they must try to stay out of trouble, tooand also lovebut mostly trouble, yet everything keeps on complicating and getting all feelings-y and stuff. Gathering together for the first time in full glorious color on oversized pages and almost entirely in the right order comes the pulse-quickening, pants-tightening, heart-pokening third and fourth arcs of the award-winning, bestselling, can't-believe-this-is-actually-our-jobs sex comedy SEX CRIMINALS, with bonus content (some created exclusively for this volume) and a modesty cover beneath the dust jacket to enable shame-free public consumption. Collects SEX CRIMINALS #11-20
• THE SERIES? It’s back. • JON AND SUZE? Also back. • THE BANK? MUST BE TAKEN DOWN. • THIS ARC? THE LAST. Gasp! • BULLET LISTS? How do you turn them off in Microsoft Word The highly anticipated return of the #1 New York Times bestselling humor/romance series SEX CRIMINALS kicks off its final story arc. Praised for its emotionally compelling characters, taut storytelling, and comedic genius, Time Magazine called it “the best comic of the year” upon launch. Since its debut, SEX CRIMINALS has garnered coverage from such mainstream media outlets as Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, NPR, and The Washington Post and won multiple awards. SEX CRIMINALS follows the adventures of Suzie and Jon—a couple who discover they can stop time when they have sex. This final chapter sees the reunion of writer MATT FRACTION (NOVEMBER, Hawkeye) and CHIP ZDARSKY (THE WHITE TREES, Daredevil). Select praise for SEX CRIMINALS: Eisner Award-winning Best New Series Harvey Award-winning Best New Series #1 New York Times Bestseller #1 Amazon Bestseller: Literary Graphic Novels Entertainment Weekly’s Must List Publishers Weekly Bestseller Rolling Stone’s “The 50 Best Non-Superhero Graphic Novels” List “Delightful and VERY not-safe-for-work.” —NPR “A precision-tuned screwball comedy on its surface, and that surface is gorgeous, thanks to ZDARSKY’s ace sense of design and inventive color technique.” —TIME Magazine “An honest, heartfelt story about relationships that was more John Hughes than John Holmes.” —USA Today “ZDARSKY’s fluid, brightly hued artwork is dense with smutty gags, but this is a deeper, more understated comedy than it initially seems.” —The New York Times “Wildly imaginative, randy and true…ZDARSKY’s staging, storytelling, and character designs make this even crazier. Great fun!” —Miami Herald
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Release on 2017-05-30 | by Michael Pawuk,David S. Serchay
Author: Michael Pawuk,David S. Serchay
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Covering genres from action/adventure and fantasy to horror, science fiction, and superheroes, this guide maps the vast and expanding terrain of graphic novels, describing and organizing titles as well as providing information that will help librarians to build and balance their graphic novel collections and direct patrons to read-alikes. • Introduces users to approximately 1,000 currently popular graphic novels and manga • Organizes titles by genre, subgenre, and theme to facilitate finding read-alikes • Helps librarians build and balance their graphic novel collections
We are emigrants and having the mind of sailors, we want to connect. We are discovering and unifying all parts of our psyche, and are having genuine dialogs and real meetings. In the past we were forced to become part of a collective, where the ideologists were acting as crooked preachers to lure the naïve. The ideologists were enlisting us to live a life of monks. In return they were promising happiness and a heaven on earth. Opposite to radical collective, instead of creating the rigid structure of compliance and ignoring our subconscious feelings, sailors decided to enjoy flexible interactions between all parts of the psyche. To be happy we are altering connections between our fragments. The plasticity of self is a big advantage. It is including the cooperation of consciousness and sub-consciousness. We do not suppress our thoughts and feelings and are treating them with respect. We are not rejecting any subconscious messages however unlike they are. Only when our fragments are respecting each other does the genuine dialog exist, and our identity is solid and does not fall apart under the stress. Life of the Sailor examines the psyche of the collective and asks the question, how do we remain true to ourselves?