Adolescent goblin and witch-in-training Beetle must enlist her former best friend's help in ensuring the home of Beetle's amorphous friend Blob Ghost (whom I love very dearly) does not get demolished.
A reimagining of the Sherlock Holmes character and narrative archetype with playfully Lovecraftian overtones. The role of Sherlock is played by a pansexual sorceress with a very loose moral compass and the role of Watson is taken up by a trans man who is a member of a fantastical religion that mirrors the rigid moral structure of the Abrahamic faiths.
A compilation of beautifully illustrated short comics chronicling the misadventures of the titular black metal band Belzebubs (who are an actual band, if you like that kind of music you should give them a listen. They’re great.) and its members.
A concise biography of major figures of the Existentialist philosophical movement, focusing mainly on Heidegger and Sartre, while also being an introduction to the basic ideas and literature of the movement as a whole.
Beautifully poetic, flowery prose juxtaposed with brutal murder and violence. An extremely snarky narrator. A beautifully sarcastic, dad-joke telling cat made of shadows. A church of fledgling assassins. Need I say more?
A much more violent Hunger Games set in a solar system spanning Romanesque society. Darrow, a Red (the lowest caste) attempts to infiltrate Gold (the highest caste) society in order to overthrow it from the inside.
A really cute picture book chronicling Gustavo’s attempts to overcome his social anxiety and break out into the world via a violin concert.
A collection of essays penned by mortician and author Caitlin Doughty in which she answers several questions asked about death and burial practices by children.