IDW’s Top Shelf Productions imprint has announced two new releases: Masahiko Matsumoto’s Cigarette Girl manga collection, and The Jekyll Island Chronicles: A Machine Age War, the first in a new series of steampunk graphic novels.

Matsumoto’s Cigarette Girl is a collection of quiet but intense urban stories by one of the leaders of the Japanese “genkiga” alternative comics movement. This is the first English-language edition of the 1974 work. This collection features a new introduction by Matsumoto’s colleague Yoshihiro Tatsumi. The 264-page softcover is printed in Japanese right-to-left format. MSRP is $24.99. The book releases on May 18.

Set in an alternate timeline during the Age of Invention in the early 1900s, The Jekyll Island Chronicles (Book One): A Machine Age War blends historical fact with clockwork technology and dieselpunk political machinations. In a time when machines advance and men’s souls are explored between the two Great Wars, the greatest scientific minds of the early 20th Century vie for dominance. The first volume is written by Steve Nedvidek, Ed Crowell, & Jack Lowe, and illustrated by Moses Nester. The 176-page softcover has an MSRP of $19.99. Release is planned for May 25.