This dystopian saga, about a collision between street delinquents and experimental supernatural powers, is one of the most influential comics in history. The film, adapted in 1988, brought its influence out of the manga world and onto the global stage. It remains an essential touchstone of science fiction. Original. 363 pp.
Chi is a mischievous newborn kitten who, while on a leisurely stroll with her family, gets lost. Overcome with loneliness, she breaks into tears in a park and is rescued by a young boy named Yohei. The little kitty is whisked away into the Yamada apartment … where pets are strictly forbidden. Original.
Written by series co-creator Michael Dante DiMartino and drawn by Irene Koh, this is the official continuation of "The Legend of Korra!" in which, relishing their newfound feelings for each other, Korra and Asami leave the Spirit World but find nothing in Republic City but political hijinks and human vs. spirit conflict. Original. 76 pp.
Collects all of Valerian and Laureline's adventures in English in one unpublished volume, a longer cut of another, and a lot of details on the collaboration between the director of the film and the authors. Movie tie-in. 159 pp.
Considered to be the greatest graphic novel ever written, Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' masterpiece begins as a murder-mystery, but soon becomes a planet-altering conspiracy. An unlikely group of reunited heroes—Rorschach, Nite Owl, Silk Spectre, Dr. Manhattan and Ozymandias—will find the true line between good and evil. Reissue. 414 pp.