Drawn & Quarterly has revealed its fall catalog, which includes releases from Lynda Barry, R. Sikoryak, Tom Gauld, Brigitte Findakly and Lewis Trondheim, and more.

Brigitte Findakly chronicles her relationship with her homeland of Iraq in Poppies of Iraq, which is co-written and drawn by Lewis Trondheim. The 120-page, full-color hardcover has an MSRP of $21.95 and will be in stores on September 5.

Tom Gauld’s debut graphic novel, Goliath, tells Goliath’s side of the David and Goliath myth. Originally published in 2011, Goliath finally gets a paperback release on September 7 in a smaller format clocking in at 96 two-color pages for an MSRP of $16.95.

On September 12, Lynda Barry’s long out-of-print classic The Good Times Are Killing Me gets a new hardcover edition. A story about the forbidden friendship between a black woman and white woman in 1960s Seattle, the 144-page black-and-white edition has an MSRP of $16.95.

Present, Vice cartoonist Leslie Stein’s autobiographical exploration of New York City and her own memories, will be in stores on September 19. The 160-page full-color hardcover has an MSRP of $19.95.

John Porcellino’s From Lone Mountain, a road trip tale examining the rural spaces of America, arrives in stores on September 26. The 240-page, black-and-white paperback has an MSRP of $24.95.

October 24 sees the release of Baking with Kafka, a collection of Tom Gauld’s literary humor cartoons. The 160-page, full-color hardcover has an MSRP of $19.95.

Donald J. Trump gets all the best words in The Unquotable Trump, a new satirical release from R. Sikoryak. A throw-back to when both comics and America were great, the bigly 48-page, garishly full-color paperback will be in stores on November 7 at an MSRP of $12.95.

On September 26, the five volumes of Anouk Ricard’s quirky Anna and Froga series gets a paperback collection, Anna and Froga: Completely Bubu. The all-ages examination of friendship comes in at 208 full-color pages at an MSRP of $19.95.

The fourth volume of manga great Shigeru Mizuki’s Kitaro’s Strange Adventures features a whole new cast of yokai -- supernatural monsters that include the legendary Cyclops and Blackbeard. The 192-page, black-and-white paperback will be in stores on October 31 and has an MSRP of $12.95.

The first of Tove Jansson’s classic Moomin strips, Moomin and the Brigands, gets a new paperback release on November 4. The 40-page, full-color book has an MSRP of $9.95.

These releases are in addition to Drawn & Quarterly’s spring slate, which includes new books from Guy Delisle, Dupuy and Berberian, Elise Gravel, Mimi Pond, and Jillian Tamaki, along with a reprint from James Sturm (see “Guy Delisle, Mimi Pond, Jillian Tamaki, James Sturm, More”).

Click the Gallery below for covers of the Fall 2017 releases.