Share Prince of Persia creator Jordan Mechner's family saga in his most personal and powerful work yet, the award-winning graphic novel Replay. With simple, intensely expressive artwork, Jordan movingly narrates his father's odyssey as a child refugee through occupied France, along with his own journey as a game designer, in an elegant multi-generational tale about the enduring challenge of holding a family together in an unstable world.

Winner of the 2023 "Chateau de Cheverny" history graphic novel prize.

The Making of Prince of Persia

Go behind the scenes of the 1980s video game industry in Jordan's candid and revealing game-development diary from the time. Day by day, over several years, his journal records the creative, technical and personal struggles that resulted in the creation of a masterpiece.

The Making of Karateka

Before Prince of Persia, there was Karateka. Released in 1984, Jordan Mechner's debut game brought groundbreaking advances in cinematic storytelling, music, and animation to the Apple II. His three-year journey from unknown 17-year-old college freshman to bestselling game author is documented in his personal journal, a 1980s time capsule that recommends as "An essential narrative for indie game developers... Inspirational and cathartic."

Monte Cristo

Experience Alexandre Dumas' timeless epic of love, revenge, and redemption in a modern graphic-novel update by Jordan Mechner and Mario Alberti. Sam Castillo, an innocent American contractor framed for terrorism in the post-9/11 war on Iraq, endures 15 years in a secret offshore prison. He returns with a new identity as enigmatic billionaire Victor Sirin, determined to wreak vengeance on the three powerful men who destroyed his life — only to face an unexpected new opponent who threatens to awaken his frozen heart.


Embark on the greatest heist of the 14th century with an unforgettable band of fugitive knights-turned-outlaws in Prince of Persia creator Jordan Mechner's epic original graphic novel Templar. Spectacularly illustrated by LeUyen Pham and Alex Puvilland, this 480-page, full-color hardcover is itself a treasure.


Jordan Mechner's talent for interweaving vivid human characters with true historical events, as in his game The Last Express, brings a little-known "black ops" chapter of the American Revolution to life in a gripping new graphic novel. In 1776, while an outnumbered rebel army defends New York against an overwhelming British naval force, the brilliant French playwright Beaumarchais (author of The Marriage of Figaro) mounts an incredible secret operation to get desperately-needed weapons to the American colonists. With spectacular artwork by Etienne Le Roux and Loic Chevallier.

Samak the Ayyar

Discover the enchanting adventures of Samak, a beloved trickster-warrior hero of ancient Persia, in a masterpiece of Iran's thousand-year-old oral storytelling tradition. This thrilling, multi-layered saga of secret missions, battlefield heroics, and star-crossed romance, newly translated and adapted by Freydoon Rassouli and Prince of Persia creator Jordan Mechner, offers a fresh glimpse into the authentic culture that inspired the video games.

Artist Diary: Year in France

See the world through Jordan Mechner's eyes in the pages of his personal artist diary. Jordan's life, work and travels as a video game developer and graphic novelist are illuminated through his sensitive pen-and-ink drawings done on the spot, most of which have not been published elsewhere. Printed in facsimile editions of only 200 copies, each volume represents one year of Jordan's sketchbook journal since his move from Los Angeles to France in 2016.

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