From the pen of Moyoco Anno comes a stunning tale of self-image and self-loathing. In the vein of the hit series Girls, In Clothes Called Fat details the lives of young women earnestly revealing the struggles women may have with their bodies and sexuality. Noko appears to be living a great life, she's got a good job and a loving boyfriend, but beneath a thin veneer is a young woman who is struggling with her self-image and self-confidence as she fights to keep her weight down. To Noko, being 5 pounds overweight means being miles away from happiness in her love life and in her workplace.
In the second serving of manga adventures by writer/artist Shiori Teshirogi, Lex Luthor and The Joker have a new ally in their plan to take control of Earth's mystical ley lines-Aquaman's half-brother Orm, a.k.a. Ocean Master. Manipulated by The Joker and seduced by the potential power of the lines, Ocean Master hopes to crush the surface world and establish the supremacy of Atlantis. Aquaman's determined to stop him, but it's going to take the combined power of the Justice League to keep Orm in check, especially when he summons a tidal wave to engulf Gotham City. Meanwhile, young Rui is learning that his mother-who has been held prisoner by The Joker for the last year-now possesses great powers that may either save the world or destroy it.