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E-Ville Press Comics

E-Ville Press Comics

E-Ville Press is a group of Pixar artists and animators who are independently creating graphic novels based on some very unique ideas. The first comics were unveiled just last month, and we were lucky enough to get a hold of two of the titles. Rose and Isabel by Ted Mathot ($8) is an intriguing story of two sisters who get involved in the Civil War in search of their lost brothers. Colossus by Mark Andrews is a stunning story about a knight's soul trapped in a metal robot-like creature that battles evil in a far away kingdom. Both are done in an equally beautiful style, and would make an excellent addition to any collection or coffee table.

  • Four Inches

    We love women. We also care a lot about humanitarian causes. So when we heard about this book, we knew we'd be buying it. Four Inches ($41) features photos of some of the world's most beautiful women — Victoria Beckham, Kate Moss, and Rachel Hunter included — posing nude except for a pair of Jimmy Choo spikes and a piece of Cartier jewelry, taken by some of the world's leading female photographers. A portion of the proceeds go to Elton John's AIDS foundation, so that leaves us with one question: How fast can the book get here?

  • Freakonomics

    Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything is one of those books that keeps flying off the shelves at an ever increasing rate — it's almost impossible to read this book and not tell someone about it. So tell you about it we shall: it gives a no-nonsense take on issues that you're familiar with. Even though it's co-written by Steven Levvit (an actual economist who gets his jollies from inflation and the GNP) you can rest assured there are no supply curves to memorize, only interesting stuff — drug dealers, real estate agents, abortion, parenting and more. Hot button issues, but Levitt lets the numbers speak for themselves which reads like a breath of fresh air.