Pantheon Books

An imprint of Random House, founded in 1942. Early on, Pantheon was best known for publishing translated works such as Zen and the Art of Archery, the I, Ching, and Doctor Zhivago. One of the first, and most well-known, graphic novels published by Pantheon was the collected edition of Art Spiegelman's Maus: A Survivor's Tale (originally published in installments in RAW), in 1986, which went on to win the Pulitzer Prize in 1992. Pantheon has also published Life in Hell comic strip collections by Matt Groening (the creator of The Simpsons) and a series of nonfiction "...for Beginners" graphic novels.

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