Genre historical

A supernatural take on World War II espionage featuring a girl with the ability to possess other bodies.

An examination of some of New York rock'n'roll's most iconic figures—The Velvet Underground & Andy Warhol—and the relationship that distorted their lives and changed pop culture.

The true odyssey of a young child, Alice Cyuzuzo, as she traverses the roads of Zaire to seek refuge from the civil war that has struck her native Rwanda.

Journey through time and space with this graphic novel history of the Sci-Fi genre, from Mary Shelley to William Gibson and Philip K. Dick to Ken Liu and Ted Chiang, and more.

The aging Sigmund Freud reflects upon the torments of age, the mouth cancer he suffers due to his cigar addiction, and the rise of Nazism.

Through an important episode in the life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Régis Penet paints the portrait of a humanist genius who refused to submit to the powerful.

The tale of two very unlikely partners in crime set in New York City's Roaring Twenties.

A tale of adventure, conspiracy, and black magic amid the myths and mysteries of Ancient Egypt.

Somewhere in post WWII Central Europe exists an orphanage where children having survived a mysterious, transformative virus are admitted.

A biographical tale that follows Hollywood revolutionary Rod Serling's rise to fame in the Golden Age of Television, and his descent into his own personal Twilight Zone.

A final chase between Allied and Nazi the dawn of the Cold War.

The spellbinding true story of the infamous Ukrainian anarchist and revolutionary.