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Lucha Loco

Lucha Loco

Whether you're a long time wresting fan or simply liked Nacho Libre, odds are you'll enjoy Lucha Loco ($37). This 270+ page hardcover explores the world of the luchadores through simple, direct yet powerful photography, exposing both the human and stage sides of the Latin American heros.

  • Dr. Seuss Goes to War

    Long before he ate green eggs and ham, Dr. Seuss — also known as Theodor Geisel — was a talented political cartoonist for the New York newspaper PM. Dr. Seuss Goes to War ($14) is a 272-page tribute to his two-year stint at the paper, featuring reproductions of roughly half of Seuss' 400 cartoons from 1941-1943, highlighted alongside explanatory text by Richard H. Minear to help those of us not born during prohibition better understand these largely unknown works of art.

  • Momofuku

    From the menus of David Chang's white-hot NYC restaurants Momofuku Noodle Bar, Momofuku Ssäm Bar, and the ultra-intimate Momofuku Ko comes Momofuku ($27). Co-authored by Chang and NYT writer Peter Meehan, this hardcover cookbook contains over 300 pages of highly-detailed recipes — we're not talking 30 minute meals here — covering everything from noodles (obviously) to chicken wings and fried cauliflower, all presented alongside 150 full-color photos.