Pamper your tablet with our new digital releases this week, which include fantastic new graphic novels and art collections, as well as backlist breath-takers.
Manuele Fior is back with The Interview! Set in Italy in 2048 while strange triangles appear in the sky bearing mysterious messages. At the same time, Raniero, a fifty-something psychologist whose marriage is failing meets a new patient who is part of a youth movement called the “New Convention.” The Interview is a science fiction graphic novel that eschews the stars in favor of the delicate nature of human emotions. I can be found through comiXology and Google Play.
Between 1941 and 1945, Nazis were pummeled on comic book covers by superheroes on a regular basis. Take That, Adolf! is an oversized compliation of more than 500 stunningly restored comic covers published during WWII, featuring historical context and a look into creators like Joe Simon, Jack Kirby, and Will Eisner. Find Take That Adolf!: The Fighting Comic Books of the Second World War on comiXology and Google Play.
Hear that creaking noise? That’s the Fantagraphics vault opening for another week of backlist releases! This week, we’ve got two by the great Ivan Brunetti and a collection by fine artist and designer Femke Hiemstra. These books are now available digitally for the first time on comiXology:
Misery Loves Comedy by Ivan Brunetti