Give yourself the gift of graphics! Enter to win a collection of best selling fiction and non-fiction from the Pantheon Graphi...

Give yourself the gift of graphics! Enter to win a collection of best selling fiction and non-fiction from the Pantheon Graphic Library!

Three lucky winners will win a grand prize of ten titles from legendary authors such as Art Spiegelman, Marjane Satrapi, Gengoroh Tagame, and Alex Ross.

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The definitive edition of the Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel.

A brutally moving work of art—widely hailed as the greatest graphic novel ever written—Maus recounts the chilling experiences of the author’s father during the Holocaust, with Jews drawn as wide-eyed mice and Nazis as menacing cats. Maus is a haunting tale within a tale, weaving the author’s account of his tortured relationship with his aging father into an astonishing retelling of one of history's most unspeakable tragedies. It is an unforgettable story of survival and a disarming look at the legacy of trauma.
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Here, in one volume: Marjane Satrapi's best-selling, internationally acclaimed graphic memoir.

Persepolis is the story of Satrapi's unforgettable childhood and coming of age within a large and loving family in Tehran during the Islamic Revolution; of the contradictions between private life and public life in a country plagued by political upheaval; of her high school years in Vienna facing the trials of adolescence far from her family; of her homecoming—both sweet and terrible; and, finally, of her self-imposed exile from her beloved homeland. Edgy, searingly observant, candid, and often heartbreaking, Persepolis is a stunning work from one of the most highly regarded, singularly talented graphic artists at work today.
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A timeless story rediscovered by each new generation.

For both young readers and adults, The Diary of Anne Frank continues to capture the remarkable spirit of Anne Frank, who for a time survived the worst horror the modern world has seen—and who remained triumphantly and heartbreakingly human throughout her ordeal. Adapted by Ari Folman, illustrated by David Polonsky, and authorized by the Anne Frank Foundation in Basel, this is the first graphic edition of The Diary and includes extensive quotation directly from the definitive edition. It remains faithful to the original, while the stunning illustrations interpret and add layers of visual meaning and immediacy to this classic work of Holocaust literature.
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From the team that brought you the Eisner Award–winning Mythology—here is the beloved Marvel Universe of comics characters, brought to thrilling life as only Alex Ross can. 
For almost thirty years, Ross has been creating some of the most astonishing images in comics. Marvelocity collects hundreds of drawings, paintings, and photographs that have never been published before, including an original ten-page story featuring Spider-Man versus the Sinister Six. But this isn’t just the story of the Marvel characters—it’s also the inspiring tale of a little boy who only ever wanted to draw and paint superheroes. 
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Winner of the Eisner, Harvey, and Ignatz Awards

The setting: suburban Seattle, the mid-1970s. A strange plague has descended upon the area’s teenagers, transmitted by sexual contact. The disease is manifested in any number of ways — from the hideously grotesque to the subtle (and concealable) — but once you’ve got it, that’s it. There’s no turning back.

As hypnotically beautiful as it is horrifying, Black Hole transcends its genre by deftly exploring a specific American cultural moment in flux and the kids who are caught in it.
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Gengoroh Tagame's Eisner Award–winning global sensation, now in one volume!

Yaichi is a work-at-home suburban dad in contemporary Tokyo; formerly married to Natsuki, and father to their young daughter, Kana. Their lives suddenly change with the arrival at their doorstep of a hulking, affable Canadian named Mike Flanagan, who declares himself to be the widower of Yaichi's estranged gay twin, Ryoji.  What follows is an unprecedented and heartbreaking look at the state of a largely still-closeted Japanese gay culture: how it's been affected by the West, and how the next generation can change the preconceptions about it and prejudices against it.
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From one of the great comic innovators, the long-awaited fulfillment of a pioneering comic vision. 

Richard McGuire’s Here is the story of a corner of a room and of the events that have occurred in that space over the course of hundreds of thousands of years.

(With full-color illustrations throughout.)
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From the acclaimed author of Imagine Wanting Only This—a timely and moving meditation on isolation and longing, both as individuals and as a society

There is a silent epidemic in America: loneliness. Shameful to talk about and often misunderstood, loneliness is everywhere, from the most major of metropolises to the smallest of towns. In Seek You, Kristen Radtke's wide-ranging exploration of our inner lives and public selves, shining a light on some of our most vulnerable and sublime moments, and asking how we might keep the spaces between us from splitting entirely.
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This first book from Chicago author Chris Ware—a pleasantly-decorated view at a lonely and emotionally-impaired "everyman", who is provided, at age 36, the opportunity to meet his father for the first time. 

An improvisatory romance which gingerly deports itself between 1890's Chicago and 1980's small town Michigan, the reader is helped along by thousands of colored illustrations and diagrams, which, when read rapidly in sequence, provide a convincing illusion of life and movement. The bulk of the work is supported by fold-out instructions, an index, paper cut-outs, and a brief apology, all of which concrete to form a rich portrait of a man stunted by a paralyzing fear of being disliked.

Cover image for The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye
The Eisner Award Winner and one of the best books of 2016 (Economist, NPR, Washington Post, New York Post, Publishers Weekly).
Meet Charlie Chan Hock Chye. Now in his early 70s, Chan has been making comics in his native Singapore since 1954. As he looks back on his career over five decades, we see his stories unfold before us in a dazzling array of art styles and forms, their development mirroring the evolution in the political and social landscape of his homeland and of the comic book medium itself.
A thoroughly ingenious and engaging work, where the line between truth and construct may sometimes be blurred, but where the story told is always enthralling.

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