Ben 10 Omniverse:
Parallel Paradox

April 2014 // $7.99

Bravest Warriors:
Search for Catbug

July 2014 // $14.99

Ben 10 Omniverse:
Joyrides

January 2014 // $7.99

Ben 10 Omniverse:
Parallel Paradox

Alan Brown
2014 // $7.99
Ben 10 Omniverse: Parallel Paradox

An attempt to catch a thief who’s stealing tech from the inhabitants of Undertown puts Ben and Rook face-to-face with someone from their past whose very existence could mean the end of the world as we know it. To save the universe (again), Ben will have to make one of the hardest decisions of his life. Can he do it before the parallel paradox unravels the very thread of history itself?! Joel’s graphic novel, featuring art by Ben 10 artist Alan Brown, reintroduces a fan favorite character (no spoilers here!) to the Ben 10 Omniverse with this mind-bendy story.

Ben 10 Omniverse:
Joyrides

Albert Carreres
2014 // $7.99
Ben 10 Omniverse: Joyrides

In the story, “Down in the Dumps,” Ben finds out that being as super-hero doesn’t always get you the respect you deserve when he tries to teach a class of plumber recruits at the Academy...and ends up getting them all into a heap of trouble. Features art by Albert Carreres (from Voltron Force and Disney’s Cars).

This volume also features “Tim 10,” a story by B. Clay Moore with art by Alan Brown, edited by Joel.

Ben 10 Omniverse:
Halloween Special

Alan Brown
2013 // FREE
Ben 10 Omniverse: Halloween Special

Joel wrote "Undertown Halloween," sort of a side story to the Cory Levine's graphic novel "Ghost Ship," in this ash can mini-comic, which featured new art by Alan Brown, as part of Diamond's Halloween Comicfest free comic book event for kids.

Naruto
Masashi Kishimoto
Ongoing // $9.99
Naruto

Joel was the editor, and later did the English Adaptation, for the best-selling manga series ever in the U.S., Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto.
Twelve years ago the Village Hidden in the Leaves was attacked by a fearsome threat. A nine-tailed fox spirit claimed the life of the village leader, the Hokage, and many others. Today, the village is at peace and a troublemaking kid named Naruto is struggling to graduate from Ninja Academy. His goal may be to become the next Hokage, but his true destiny will be much more complicated. 

Anais Nin’s Under a Glass Bell
Joel Enos and
Fiona Meng
2013 // $3.99
Anais Nin’s Under a Glass Bell

Joel’s graphic story version of Anais Nin’s short story was published in the literary anthology A Café in Space (Volume 10). With art by Fiona Meng, the official Anais Nin blog said they “find this particular medium for this particular story almost perfect.” You can see excerpted pages on the blog HERE.

All You Need Is Kill
Lee Ferguson
2014 // $14.99
All You Need Is Kill

Joel was the editor for the first graphic novel for the Haikasoru science fiction imprint of VIZ, All You Need Is Kill, based on the novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka and soon to be a major motion picture entitled Edge of Tomorrow, starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. The graphic novel was adapted from the original story by Nick Mamatas (Love is the Law, Move Under Ground) with art by Lee Ferguson (Miranda Mercury).

Art for Hope
Various Artists
Ongoing
Art for Hope

Joel is the editor of the digital art book series, Art for Hope, developed in conjunction with Autodesk to raise money to benefit the victims of natural disaster. The books feature artists from multiple mediums drawing their interpretations of hope in the face of tragedy. 100% of VIZ Media's proceeds from Art for Hope go toward relief efforts. Art for Hope: Japan benefited survivors of the Tsunami, while the most recent book, Art for Hope: Nepal, will help survivors of the April 15th Earthquake.

Naruto Chapter Books
Tracey West
// $4.99
Naruto Chapter Books

Joel worked with children’s author Tracey West (Pokémon, Star Wars: Clone Wars, Plants vs. Zombies) to adapt Masashi Kishimoto’s epic ninja tale of Naruto, boy ninja, into a set of chapter books for younger readers.
Joel has also edited multiple volumes of the manga series Blank Slate, Black Cat, Godchild, Fairy Cube, The Cain Saga, Ikigami, Requiem of the Rose King, Psyren and many more.



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