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Review: Unrig: How to Fix Our Broken Democracy

Our democracy is broken and Unrig: How to Fix Our Broken Democracy not only goes over many of the issues plaguing it but also solutions and real examples of people who have fought for them and how it went.

With November’s election being one of the most important ever, this is a must read graphic novel and the first from :01 First Second’s line of “World Citizen Comics.”

Story: Daniel G. Newman
Art: George O’Connor
Color: Frank Reynoso

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Savor the Taste, Smell, and Heat in Savor from Neil Kleid, John Broglia, and Frank Reynoso

Action! Adventure! Food! Writer/co-creator Neil Kleid, artist/co-creator John Broglia, and colorist Frank Reynoso combine the worlds of cooking and bravery in the heartfelt new all-ages graphic novel Savor arriving January 2021!

Warrior chef Savor Batonnet has returned home after years away. Upon her return, she discovers that a band of demonic pirate cooks has captured her island home and family. Will she be able to face five deadly restaurants, assemble the ultimate knife, save her parents, and earn the title of ‘hero’?

The 144-page Savor TPB arrives January 6, 2021 for $14.99.


Preview: Kings and Canvas #0

Kings and Canvas #0

Writer: Neil Kleid
Artist: Jake Allen
Colorist: Frank Reynoso
Price: $0.99
Pages: 35
Rating: 12+

Years ago, a boxing champion named Mammoth was exiled and imprisoned. Now, a decade later, Mammoth is ready to return to the family, title and country he’d left behind. It’s a land in which man, beast and champion stride a battlefield and either raise their gloves in triumph or taste canvas in defeat. But before he can return, Mammoth has to escape. And every escape has a story. This, then, is the beginning of that story. KINGS AND CANVAS, an original boxing fantasy tale, explores the lengths a man will go to find purpose after life, liberty and career have passed him by. “Game of Thrones meets Rocky”—but with sea dwarves, pirate referees and talking, boxing dragons—KINGS AND CANVAS journeys across the frontier of a changed America in which honor is gained not by using guns or swords, but rather fists, wits and the courage to change.