Publisher Abrams ComicArts has announced the books in their outpouring 2021 liberation lineup, featuring diaries from Megascope, a new word of bibles that will be comprised of nonfiction and speculative drudgeries been established by and about people of color.
Megascope diaries Hardears
The firstly book from Megascope will be Hardears, created by Matthew Clarke and Nigel Lynch, which will be available on April 6th, 2021. The Afro-Carribbean fantasy adventure takes place on Jouvert Island, an alternative( and mystical) analogue of Barbados.
On May 4th, 2021, Black Star written by Eric Anthony Glover and illustrated by Arielle Jovellanos. Located on an original unproduced screenplay, the fib follows Harper North and her team of scientists on a hazardous interstellar mission to retrieve an foreigner bud that could save numerous lives.
Across the Tracks
Also on May 4th, 2021, Megascope will release Across the Tracks, written by Alverne Ball and illustrated by Stacey Robinson. This book is an examination of the rise, precipitate, and rebirth of Black Wall Street- Greenwood, Oklahoma- which was the place of the Tulsa Race Massacre one hundred years ago, in 1921.
Abrams ComicArts books The Incredible Nellie Bly
On March 2nd, 2021, Abrams ComicArts will write The Incredible Nellie Bly: Journalist, Investigator, Feminist, and Philanthropist, written by Luciana Cimino and illustrated by Sergio Algozzino. The graphic tale profile of Bly is told from the perspective of Miriam, a 1920 s fictionalized journalism student.
Flash Forward: An Illustrated Guide to Possible( and Not So Possible) Tomorrows by Rose Eveleth will be published on March 30 th, 2021. An journey of possible tomorrows written by the host of the podcast Flash Forward, the book aspects instances by some very talented craftsmen, including Box Brown, Sophie Goldstein, Matt Lubchanksy, and Ben Passmore.
Save It for Last-minute
Save It for Later: Hopes, Parenthood, and the Urgency of Protest by Nate Powell( illustrator of March) will be available on April 6th, 2021. A collecting of seven essays that ways Powell’s knowledge under the current U.S. government, the book is an examination of the necessary of protest.
The Alex Ross Marvel Comics Poster Book
Also on April 6th, 2021, Abrams ComicArts bibles will publish The Alex Ross Marvel Comics Poster Book, a collect of 35 postings boasting the Marvel Comics superheroes by Alex Ross, along with commentary and glimpses into the legendary artist’s process.
Marvel Value Stamps: A Visual History
On June 1st, 2021, Marvel Value Stamps: A Visual History will come up. In 1974, Marvel Comics began including Marvel Value Stamps in each problem, which could be collected and exchanged for exclusive Marvel merch. This diary accumulates the stamps, mold books, and related material, along with commentary by Roy Thomas, Marvel Comics historian.
Magic: The Gathering: Planes of the Multiverse: A Visual History
And on July 20 th, 2021, Magic: The Gathering: Aircrafts of the Multiverse will be released, written by Jay Annelli and Wizards of the Coast. This visual guidebook volunteers its own history behind important minutes in mythology as well as courage profiles for fan-favorite Planeswalkers. Plus, the book includes original artwork from Planes of the Multiverse, often season presented during the first time outside of the MTG cards.
Coming from Abrams ComicArts in Spring 2021
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