Showa 1953-1989: A History of Japan - Shigeru Mizuki Showa 1953–1989: A History of Japan concludes Shigeru Mizuki's dazzling autobiographical and historical account of Showa-period Japan, a portrait both intimate and ranging of a defining epoch. The final volume picks up in the wake of Japan's utter defeat in World War II, as a country reduced to rubble struggles to rise again. The Korean War brings new opportunities to a nation searching for an identity.
In 1933 New York, animator Teddy Mishkin is hard at work on the latest cartoon short featuring Waldo the Cat, with the help of the not-so-imaginary Waldo, whom to Teddy is all too real and who offers Teddy dangerous advice about his life and work, in a humorist graphic novel.
Epileptic by David B. David B. is one of France’s most influential comic artists, and this book compiles six volumes of his work about growing up with an epileptic brother, with a wider perspective on the toll it takes on his family.