Batman must use his detective skills to unravel a series of brutal murders in Gotham City in the first of two stories in what Batman junkies are calling an instant classic in the series.
A gorgeous hardcover book chronicling 10 years of environments, weapons, characters, vehicles and enemies from the Halo universe. A video game book that actually belongs on your coffee table.
A choose your own adventure book for puzzle geeks. The Tic Tac Tome has over 1,400 pages and even gives you the option of going first or letting the book go first. You can only play as the X though.
The man who brought us Michael Jackson’s Thriller chronicles 320 pages of the grossest, creepiest, most evil and awesome monsters and baddies in the history of the cinema in this hardcover book.
An instruction manual for unleashing your inner Dennis the Menace, Bart King’s book helps you pull off practical jokes of all shapes and sizes, and chronicles some of the greatest hoaxes of all time.
Stories (most of them probably bollocks) about the identity of the mysterious artist and the effect his fame had on the people around him. Maybe the closest we’ll ever get to a biography of Banksy.
Using actual zombie sounds, learn how to blend in and avoid being eaten while carrying on with our everyday activities like ordering a latte from a zombarista and shopping at a zombie-infested mall.
A collection of photographs by Pat Graham featuring the instruments of famous bands and musicians, from New Order to Sonic Youth. With foreword by guitarist Johnny Marr.
A coffee table book by Pulitzer Prize-winning auto columnist Dan Neil featuring 100 of the most beautiful cars of the 20th century. This may be the closest you can get to owning these works of art.
Help Fido learn some new tricks by teaching him the math and physics behind chasing mailmen, squirrels, counter-surfing, playing fetch and even “strategic” pooping, whatever that means.
Check out the humble beginnings of some of the most complex architectural endeavors in Architects’ Sketchbooks. The book features preliminary sketches and insight from 85 of the world’s best.
Gary Ross’ The Hunger Games tells the tale of teenage pawns who must fight with one another until one survivor remains, relying on raw instinct and making impossible choices. (Thanks Simon!)