Carnet du Voyage

April 24, 2018
Well, lookie here. It's new book day at DQHQ. And we could not be more thrilled to introduce to you the newly expanded hardcover edition of Craig Thompson's classic Carnet de…

Red Winter

January 23, 2018
Timed perfectly to our snow day here in Montreal, Anneli Furmark's Red Winter hits stores today, and I can't think of a better book to curl up on the couch with. Set in northern…

Tove Jansson's Moomin and the Brigands

December 5, 2017
As winter starts to creep up on us and we find the sunlight slowly slipping from our grasp… Forget about it! Because you can grab yourself a hot-hot-hot off the press Moomin comic…

Leanne Shapton's Toys Talking

November 7, 2017
Leanne Shapton has a special talent for turning a seemingly simple image or idea into something profound, thought provoking, beautiful, funny. And with each book, she takes this…

Kitaro's Strange Adventures

October 31, 2017
If you’re new the the madcap adventures of Kitaro the one-eyed yokai boy, there’s no better time to start! Celebrate this pagan holiday with folklore, demons, and yokai!

Baking with Kafka

October 3, 2017
Reading a collection of Tom Gauld's comics for the Guardian is like walking through a bookstore with a smart, literate friend who grabs books off the shelf and cracks the most…

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