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    First Second Catalogue Reveals New Matt Kindt Graphic Novel And More

    By | November 29th, 2012
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    The Spring catalogue of graphic novel publisher First Second has revealed some very interesting books coming next Spring from the likes of “Mind MGMT”‘s Matt Kindt and Steve T. Seagle with Teddy Kristiansen as Robot 6 reports.

    But enough of that, let’s head straight to the full breakdown (links head to previews of each respective graphic novel).

    “Red Handed” (pictured above) by Matt Kindt, a hard-boiled crime story about a Detective with a flawless record who is confronted by a series of crimes that may tarnish that record.

    “Genius” by Steven T. Seagle and Teddy H. Kristiansen, about a genius quantum physicist who’s father-in-law was entrusted by Einstein with a secret that makes the atomic bomb pale in comparison.

    “Primates” by Jim Ottaviani and Maris Wicks, a non-fiction account of three ground-breaking primatologists and their contribution to science in the last century.

    “Odd Duck” by Cecil Castelluci and Sara Varon, an all ages story about two ducks both odd in their own way and the exploration of their freindship.

    “Templar” by Jordan Mechner, LeUyen Pham and Alex Puvilland, the sequel to Mechner’s “Solomon’s Thieves” which is also available from First Second about a group of templars who escape when the King of France and the pope aim to destroy the order.

    “Astronaut Academy: Reentry” by Dave Roman, the next installment of Roman’s all ages “Astronaut Academy” series about the spring semester of the academy.

    “Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong” by Prudence Shen and Faith Erin Hicks, the collection of the web series which you can find here.

    Alice W. Castle

    Sworn to protect a world that hates and fears her, Alice W. Castle is a trans femme writing about comics. All things considered, it’s going surprisingly well. Ask her about the unproduced Superman films of 1990 - 2006. She can be found on various corners of the internet, but most frequently on Twitter: @alicewcastle