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Written by Grant Morrison Art by Steve Yeowell & Various Cover by Brian BollandThese stories from THE INVISIBLES #1-12 and ABSOLUTE VERTIGO #1 introduce the latest recruit into the covert action team known as the Invisibles: a teenage lout from the streets of London. Can Dane survive a mind-altering training course administered by King Mob?
Written & Art by Freddy Milton & Variantious Cover by Freddy MiltonHere be dragons! Hold onto your swords and shields
Donald and his naughty nephews are meeting mythic menaces by the megaton! First, set sail for dragon-ravaged Kooka Boola Island, whe
Written by Ulises Farinas & Erick Freitas Art by Dan McDaid Cover by Ulises FarinasDredd finds himself the only judge in a Mega-City One that he barely recognizes. Joined by a trio of feral girls, he has taken on his most challenging case: to uncover
Written by Herman Melville & Christophe Chaboute Art & Cover by Christophe ChabouteA masterful adaptation of the timeless literary classic, faithfully and beautifully rendered by an award-winning artist. In striking black-and-white illustrations, Chabouté retells the story of the great American novel in which Captain Ahab strikes out on a voyage, obsessively seeking revenge on the great white whale that took his leg. o Foreword by John Arcudi. o A literary classic, adapted by award-winning artist Christophe Chabouté.
Written by Grant Morrison Art & Cover by Chris Burnham & Nathan FairbairnNAMELESS tells the story of a down-at-heel occult hustler known only as 'Nameless' who is recruited by a consortium of billionaire futurists as part of a desperate mission to sav
Written by Eric M Esquivel & VariousNickelodeon's funniest (and most mysterious) characters are featured in all-new comics! Harvey Beaks investigates a mysterious disappearance! Pig, Goat, Banana, Cricket contemplate spy cams! SwaySway and Buhdeuce, Breadwinners, do what they do best - deliver delicious breads in their rocket van at breakneck speed - or do they? And Sanjay and his best friend and pet snake Craig continue to enjoy the finer things in life, such as investigating the strange activities of their next-door neighbor, Noodman! Available in Softcover and Hardcover editions.
Written by Fred Van Lente Art & Cover by Guiu VilanovaThe streets of New York have been plagued by a pattern of crimes too weird and bizarre for the average detective. Lurking in the evidence are shadows of loathsome horrors from beyond space and time, seeking to usher in the unimaginable evil of the Old Ones. And the only man capable of fighting against the unspeakable terrors isn't a man at all. Detective Sebastian Greene is one of them. Collects Weird Detective #1-#5. o Fred Van Lente's newest original comic series!
Written by Tom King Art by Mitch Gerards Cover by John Paul LeonIn these chapters from THE SHERIFF OF BABYLON #7-12, things are heating up in Baghdad. What started as the search for one man's killer has turned into something much deeper, and everyone lost something in the violence that followed. Now Nassir is in the hands of the men who may have been responsible for all of it. What they want from him is unclear, but it's a payment they intend to take in blood. Deals with the devil rarely go right, but in Baghdad, the wrong deal could get lots of people killed
brand new original graphic novel series based on the hit Cartoon Network animated series!Join Mordecai, a blue jay and Rigby, a raccoon, a couple of best bros in their twenties just tryin to chill for a bit, man. But when youre livin in as crazy a world as they are, no day can be called
Written by Various Art by Jim Mooney & Various Cover by Ogden WhitneyWith an introduction by Heidi MacDonald of The Beat! Your mind will be blown when you read: 'Jailbird Romance!,' 'Never Love A Man With A Harem!,' 'Hobo Girl,' 'Innocence Was My Angle,' 'Backroads Romance,' and 'I Tortured My In-Laws,' plus many more!
Written & Art by Romano Scarpa & Variantious Cover by Giorgio CavazzanoWak! IDW's first six issues of Donald Duck are gathered in this classy collector's volume... including great works by Romano Scarpa, Giorgio Cavazzano, Daan Jippes-and the first-ever U.S. publication of 'The Diabolical Duck Avenger,' Donald's classic 1960s debut as a super-anti-hero! With special extras for true Disney Comics aficionados, this Donald compendium provides pages of history and excitement.
Written by Gene Ha Art by Gene Ha & Paulina Ganucheau Cover by Gene HaWhen she was just a girl, Abbie discovered a portal to a fantasy world and has since had great adventures there: defeating horrible monsters, power-mad scientists, and evil nobles. But when she turned twenty-one it all came apart and she decided to return home. Her sister, Mae, had no idea what happened to Abbie all this time, and Abbie's tales are too hard to believe-that is, until the monsters and other terrible creatures start to cross over to our world . . . Collects issues #1-#5. o Gene Ha's first creator-owned work since Alan Moore's Top 10! o An all-ages fantasy adventure!
Written by Mike Mignola & Scott Allie Art by Max Fiumara & Various Cover by Max FiumaraAbe Sapien's 'Dark and Terrible' story reaches its finale, and the answers Abe uncovers about his own existence reveal some of the biggest secrets of the Hellboy saga. AWOL from the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense for more than a year, Abe travels to two lost kingdoms before returning to America. There he'll confront the most nightmarish version of the fate he's run from all along, as well as the necromancer who sees Abe as a means to control the end of mankind. Collects issues #32-#36.
Written & Art & Cover by Matt KindtFrom New York Times best-selling MIND MGMT creator Matt Kindt comes an exciting new undersea sci-fi mystery. Mia is a special investigator hired to uncover possible sabotage taking place at a deep-sea research station. What she uncovers is a mind-blowing crime scene filled with suspects with terrible secrets, strange deep-sea creatures, and an impending flood! Collects issues #1-#6 of the series. 'The mixture of black and white art and color is brilliant.'-Graphic Policy
Octavia E. Butler's bestselling literary science-fiction masterpiece, Kindred, now in graphic novel format. More than 35 years after its release, Kindred continues to draw in new readers with its deep exploration of the violence and loss of humanity caused by slavery in the United States, and its complex and lasting impact on the present day. Adapted by celebrated academics and comics artists Damian Duffy and John Jennings, this graphic novel powerfully renders Butler's mysterious and moving story, which spans racial and gender divides in the antebellum South through the 20th century. Butler's most celebrated, critically acclaimed work tells the story of Dana, a young black woman who is suddenly and inexplicably transported from her home in 1970s California to the pre-Civil War South. As she time-travels between worlds, one in which she is a free woman and one where she is part of her own complicated familial history on a southern plantation, she becomes frighteningly entangled in the lives of Rufus, a conflicted white slaveholder and one of Dana's own ancestors, and the many people who are enslaved by him. Held up as an essential work in feminist, science-fiction, and fantasy genres, and a cornerstone of the Afrofuturism movement, there are over 500,000 copies of Kindred in print. The intersectionality of race, history, and the treatment of women addressed within the original work remain critical topics in contemporary dialogue, both in the classroom and in the public sphere.
by Pat McHaleBased on a Emmy Award-winning Cartoon Network miniseries, Wirt and Greg are brothers, lost in a strange and endless wood called the Unknown. To find their way home, they must make it through this eerie place. where their only guides are a sardonic bluebird named Beatrice, and an elderly Woodsman. But as things become stranger and stranger, can they find their way out...alive?
Written by Noelle Stevenson & Various Art by Brooke A. Allen & Carolyn Nowak Cover by Brooke A. AllenComedy writer Pamela Ribon (Rick and Morty) and artist Veronica Fish (Archie) dive into the fast-paced, hard-hitting world of roller derby! Jennifer Chu and Maise Huff (aka Knockout and Ithinka Can on the track) have been best friends since their first day of Fresh Meat Orientation for the Eastside Roller Girls, but when they get drafted for two different teams they'll have to figure out if the bond between them is stronger than the pull of a team when a win is on the line. You get slammed on the track and slammed in life, and in both cases you have to take your hits and get back up again!
Written by Grant Morrison & Variantious Art by Jeevan Kang & Variantious Cover by Mukesh SinghFrom legendary creator Grant Morrison comes the third volume in his epic creations, 18 Days! The warriors clash as we see the might of Bhima, the weakness of King Yudish, the dark secret of Emperor Duryodhana, and more!
Written by Adam Glass Art by Pat Oliffe Cover by Pat OlliffeCollecting the first seven issues of the epic AfterShock series! At the cusp of the 1898 World's Fair, America is poised to become Earth's most industrious nation. When a terrible power emerges from the darkness, a group of unlikely heroes team-up to stop it. A tortured Teddy Roosevelt recruits a struggling Coney Island magician named Harry Houdini: a hard-drinking, gun-slinger, Annie Oakley; a financially strapped and aging Thomas Edison; and a boisterous, womanizing African American boxer with a big chip on his shoulder named Jack Johnson. These legends of old will soon wage a shadow war that will change the course of history for America, and the world. That is of course, if they don't kill one another first. Don't miss out on this first collection from ADAM GLASS (executive producer of Supernatural & writer of Suicide Squad) and PAT OLLIFFE (Untold Tales of Spider-Man).
Written by Marc Sobel & Alan Moore Art by Stephen R. Bissette & VariantiousA collection of Alan Moore's difficult-to-find comics short stories. From bold experiments, through early takes on his favorite subjects, to self-critiques of his older work, this wide-ranging collection is an essential look at Moore's illuminating short stories. Each story is drawn by some of the best artists in comics from mainstream mavericks like Steven Bissette, Rick Veitch, and John Totleben to underground iconoclasts like Mark Beyer and Peter Bagge. Comic book critic Marc Sobel provides insightful commentary and context for each of the stories.
Written by Daniel Way Art & Cover by Jon ProctorEveryone who's laid eyes on Harvey is dead. That's because Harvey is a hired killer whose victims never see him until it's too late. Through years of practice, Harvey's appearance and demeanor have become so devoid of humanity that he has become invisible. Unknowable. Untouchable. Until Harvey meets a woman who, strangely, can see him.
Written by Chris Dingess Art & Cover by Matthew Roberts & VariantiousLewis & Clark didn't lead the first expedition west...nor were they the first to encounter the BIGGEST mammal in all the land: SASQUATCH! Many have claimed to have seen this legendary creature...now join the men who made first contact! Collects MANIFEST DESTINY #19-24
Written by Matthew Daley & Scott Mairghread Art by Carlos Magno Cover by Benjamin CarreSander Jorve gave up everything to change Lantern City: his family, his home, even his identity. Now, with a ruthless force of outlaws rising from the Underground, an emperor gone mad, and a desperate army from beyond the Wall converging on the city, Sander will have to choose a side...if he can remember what he's fighting for. Collects the final arc of this epic steampunk saga, issues #9-12.
Written & Art by Variantious Cover by Frank FrazettaThe Chillling Archives of Horror Comics first gave the world the book Zombies! Now, by popular dead-mand we present more never-before-assembled terrifying tales of the walking dead! Dug from graves these are grisly, gory, gruesome Pre-Code comic book stories that rotted kids' minds in the '50s and were condemned by the Senate! The most deft and depraved artists of the time serve up these spine-chilling horrors! Read 'An Army of Walking Dead,' 'The Zombie Disciple,' 'The Fleshless Ones,' and 'Dial C for Corpse,'! If you dare devour, 'The Corpse That Prowled by Night,' 'The Dead are Never Lonely,' 'Born in the Grave,' 'Zombie Vengence,' and much morbid more.
Written & Art & Cover by Sophie CampbellCleo Lovedrop has a lot of friends in the sleepy town of Wet Moon, and she's just made one more: the mysterious girl next door, Myrtle. Cleo's friends think Myrtle has a crush on Cleo, but she isn't so sure. Then, roses begin to appear on her doorstep... This new edition of Sophie Campbell's critically-acclaimed book features a new cover design by Annie Mok and new extras in the back!
Written by Peter J. Tomasi Art & Cover by Ian BertramA horrific take on the true story of the Winchester haunted house and one woman's mission to wash away the blood curse of the Winchester rifle from claiming her own life and soul. This is a tale of guilt, ghosts, and guns . . . of how fortune brings misfortune as a grim and determined woman oversees the construction of a house twenty-four hours a day for twenty years, with the simple motto of keep busy building or get busy dying. Collects the six-issue miniseries. 'Highly expressionistic and dripping with atmosphere, House of Penance will haunt you long after you close the issue.'-The Fandom Post
Written & Art & Cover by Tove JanssonAfter losing both his fortune and his girlfriend, Moomin has hit rock bottom. Luckily, in his darkest moment, he stumbles across the beloved family he lost as a child - Moominmamma and Moominpappa - and together, the Moomins embark on their first adventure. Moominmamma struggles to balance her husband's desire for danger with her own homebody sensibilities, while Moomin fears his new parents will eventually tire of him. A poignant story of love and reunion unwinds in this classic Moomin caper from Tove Jansson.
Written by Andrew Cartmel & Ben Aaronovitch Art by Lee Sullivan Cover by Paul McCaffreyPress-ganged into helping a Russian oligarch hunt his missing daughter, PC Peter Grant and his boss, Thomas Nightingale, London's only wizarding cops, find themselves caught up in a battle between Russian gunmen, a monstrous forest creature, and their nemesis: The Faceless Man. But as Grant and Nightingale close in on the missing girl, they discover that nothing about this case is what it seems! An all-new story that takes place before the new Rivers of London novel, The Hanging Tree!
Written & Art & Cover by Roz ChastRoz Chast brings her signature wit to the topic of aging parents. Spanning the last several years of their lives and told through four-color cartoons, family photos, and documents, and a narrative as rife with laughs as it is with tears, Chast's memoir is both comfort and comic relief for anyone experiencing the life-altering loss of elderly parents. While the particulars are Chast-ian in their idiosyncrasies the themes are universal: adult children accepting a parental role; aging and unstable parents leaving a family home for an institution; dealing with uncomfortable physical intimacies; managing logistics; and hiring strangers to provide the most personal care.
Written & Art & Cover by Lars MartinsonDaniel Wells begins a new life as an assistant junior high school teacher in the rural Japanese village of Tonoharu. Isolated from those around him by cultural and language barriers, he leads a monastic existence, peppered only by his inept pursuit of the company of a fellow American who lives a few towns over. But contrary to appearances, Dan isn't the only foreigner to call Tonoharu home. Across town, a group of wealthy European eccentrics board in a one-time Buddhist temple, for reasons that remain obscure to their gossiping neighbors. Top Shelf is proud to distribute the Xeric award-winning graphic novel from Lars Martinson.
Written & Art & Cover by Lars MartinsonAs the months go by, Dan Wells settles into his life as an assistant junior high school teacher in the rural Japanese village of Tonoharu. Isolated from those around him by language and cultural barriers, he leads a solitary existence, until the day an unrequited crush extends him a dinner invitation. Dan's quiet life will expand in unexpected directions. But will this be beneficial - or detrimental?
Written & Art & Cover by Lars MartinsonThe long awaited final volume of the critically acclaimed Tonoharu series rejoins Dan Wells several months into his tenure as an English teacher in the Japanese village of Tonoharu. As personal stresses push Dan to the breaking point, he decides to take an extended cross-country vacation to let off steam. His time away grants him a fresh perspective on his troubles, but upon his return to Tonoharu, Dan discovers that dramatic change has occurred in his absence. Will this upheaval render his new found epiphany moot? With hundreds of beautiful, detailed illustrations that evoke 19th century line engravings, Tonoharu provides a nuanced portrayal of the joys and frustrations of living abroad.
Author: Nick BertozziIllustrator: Pierce HarganCelebrated during his lifetime as much for his personality as for his paintings, Andy Warhol (192887) is the most famous and influential of the Pop artists, who developed the notion of 15 minutes of fame, and the idea that an artist could be as illustrious as the work he creates. This graphic novel biography offers insight into the turning point of Warhols career and the creation of the Thirteen Most Wanted Men mural for the 1964 Worlds Fair, when Warhol clashed with urban planner Robert Moses, architect Philip Johnson, and Governor Nelson Rockefeller. In Becoming Andy Warhol, New York Times bestselling writer Nick Bertozzi and artist Pierce Hargan showcase the moment when, by stubborn force of personality and sheer burgeoning talent, Warhol went up against the creative establishment and emerged to become one of the most significant artists of the 20th century.
Written by Neil Gaiman Art & Cover by Michael ZulliTwo magical stories featuring strange creatures that are not quite what they seem! In 'The Price,' a mysterious feline engages in a nightly conflict with an unseen, vicious foe. 'The Daughter of Owls' recounts a tale of an orphan girl-and how those who wronged her faced bizarre consequences!
Genius, eccentric, exhibitionist: There is no shortage of adjectives to describe the great surrealist painter Salvador Dali (1904 1989). Yet this iconic artist and controversial thinker remains a figure shrouded in mystery. Plunging into the Spanish painter s unbridled, fantastical universe, graphic novelist Edmond Baudoin takes us on the trail of a man known as much for his talent for self-promotion as for his bold and extraordinary work. He emerges with a convincing personal vision of the man behind the artist. Commissioned by the Pompidou Centre, Paris, Dali is a graphic novel of rare brilliance, which captures in beautifully expressive detail the life of one of the world s most instantly recognizable painters."
Leah Moore and John ReppionAdmired by writers from H.P. Lovecraft to Ruth Rendell, M.R. James is the acknowledged master of the English ghost story. Disdaining gore in favour of atmosphere and suggestion, his enduring supernatural tales are masterpieces of understated horror. Ghost Stories of an Antiquary, Volume 1 collects graphic retellings of four spine-chilling tales by the renowned medievalist and writer. At once true to their source and powerfully reimagined for a visual medium, Leah Moore and John Reppions subtly crafted adaptations give a new lease of life to these classic stories of vanishing children, spectral works of art and vengeance from beyond the grave. Artwork is provided by Aneke, Kit Buss, Fouad Mezher and Alisdair Wood.
by Box BrownIt is, perhaps, the perfect video game. Simple yet addictive, Tetris delivers an irresistible, unending puzzle that has players hooked. Play it long enough and you ll see those brightly colored geometric shapes everywhere. You ll see them in your dreams. Alexey Pajitnov had big ideas about games. In 1984, he created Tetris in his spare time while developing software for the Soviet government. Once Tetris emerged from behind the Iron Curtain, it was an instant hit. Nintendo, Atari, Sega game developers big and small all wanted Tetris. A bidding war was sparked, followed by clandestine trips to Moscow, backroom deals, innumerable miscommunications, and outright theft. "New York Times" bestselling author Box Brown untangles this complex history and delves deep into the role games play in art, culture, and commerce. For the first time and in unparalleled detail, "Tetris: The Games People Play" tells the true story of the world s most popular video game."
Written by Mike Raicht & Brian Smith Art & Cover by Brian SmithRudy-a determined frog-hopes to overcome the odds and land his dream job delivering mail to the other animals on Popomoko Island! Rudy always hops forward, no matter what obstacle seems to be in the way of his dreams!
Written by Lee Bermejo Art by Lee Bermejo & Variantious Cover by Lee BermejoThe original six-issue run of SUICIDERS and the entire six-issue KINGS OF HELL.A. miniseries are collected in a single volume! After a devastating earthquake, the Southland has seceded from the union, leaving the city split in two: the walled-off, wealthy New Angeles and the criminal-run Lost Angeles. What unifies them all is the Suiciders: a reality sport in which murder, mayhem and brutality rule!
Written by Brian Azzarello Art & Cover by Juan DoeThe ugliest side of humanity may be humanity's only hope. Collecting the first five issues of Brian Azzarello's (100 Bullets, Dark Knight III) latest masterpiece, with horrifically, beautiful artwork from Juan Doe (Fantastic Four, Joker's Asylum). In a small Midwestern town, a large man with a horribly scarred face gets off a bus, and takes a room. He spooks the locals-nobody knows him-or do they? It's impossible to say be-cause he seemingly has no face. The man's intentions remain unknown, until he takes on a corrupt sheriff and the rural crew of racist arms dealers. The town's impression of the man changes, and he's seen as a hero
until his real intentions bubble to the surface. The man isn't there to end the gang, but to take it over. And he's just getting started.
Written by Marguerite BennettArt by Ariela KristantinaAt the dusk of a century, a pair of vengeful Victorian vixens discover a horrifying power that transforms them into rich and strange new creatures. Armed with their dark, evolving forms, they descend into a world of the cultured and occult, with new senses and new sensuality, to forge a life for themselves and the child of their love. Collecting the first seven issues of the hit series Insexts, from writer Marguerite Bennett and artist Ariela Kristantina.
Written by Grant Morrison Art & Cover by Dan Mora* Klaus is 'Santa Claus: Year One.' * Award-winning author Grant Morrison (All-Star Superman, The Multiversity) and artist Dan Mora (Hexed) revamp, reinvent, and re-imagine a classic superhero for the 21st century, drawing on Santa's roots in Viking lore and Siberian shamanism. * Collects the complete, seven-issue limited series.
The story of two teenagers, a mixtape, a stolen car, a fully loaded .45, strange abilities, dead drug dealers, and their money. A dark and modern story about getting lost and finding yourself on the backroads of America. Collecting We Can Never Go Home #1-5.
Written & Art by Nicolas Otero Cover by Verane OteroThe most iconic singer/songwriter of his generation, Kurt Cobain left behind a phenomenal body of work, legions of fans, and a mystery
a final letter addressed to 'Boddah.' Now, award-winning creator Nicolas Otero brings the story of this note to life in the fortHComing original graphic novel Who Killed Kurt Cobain?: The Story of Boddah. Based on the French novel, Le Roman de Boddah by Heloise Guay de Bellissen, this adaptation-a work of fiction-recounts real-life events from Cobain's life, as narrated by his childhood imaginary friend, Boddah. Through the eyes of Boddah, readers get a front row seat to the highs and lows of one of music's most influential voices like they've never experienced before. Trace the arc of modern rock's greatest icon from the dark clubs of Seattle to the bright lights of the world stage
and all the angst, horror, and thrill that came with that ride in this captivating graphic tale.
Written by Douglas Rushkoff Art & Cover by Michael Avon OemingMedia theorist Douglas Rushkoff weaves a mind-bending tale of iconography and mysticism. During the Second World War, the legendary occultist Aleister Crowley develops a powerful and dangerous new weapon in the conflict against the Axis powers. But this unconventional new form of warfare could cast the world into Armageddon!
Written by Wendy Pini & Richard Pini Art & Cover by Wendy PiniThe legacy of Wendy and Richard Pini's ElfQuest continues! Experience the dreams of the Wolfriders during their deep sleep as they await the passage of ten thousand years to reunite the tribes-and enjoy the lavishly colored stories of the tribe's history. Collects ElfQuest: Dreamtime and ElfQuest: Hidden Years.
Written by Sybille Titeux Art & Cover by Amazing AmezianeAn original graphic novel celebrating the life of the glorious athlete who metamorphosed from Cassius Clay to become a three-time heavyweight boxing legend, activist, and provocateur: Muhammad Ali. Not only a titan in the world of sports but in the world itself, he dared to be different and to challenge and defy through his refusal to be drafted to fight in Vietnam, his rejection of his 'slave' name, and ultimately his final fight with his body itself through a thirty-year battle with Parkinson's disease. Witness what made Ali different, what made him cool, what made him the Greatest.
Written by Brian Wood Art by Davide Gianfelice & Variantious Cover by Massimo CarnevaleIn these stories from NORTHLANDERS #20, 29, 35-36 and 42-50, Sven of Orkney comes face-to-face with his own mythology, a daring man named Dag becomes the first man ever to turn his Viking boat West, an old Icelandic fisherman discovers the body of a young girl embedded in the ice and the Hauksson family builds a powerful crime empire on Iceland only to clash with the rising Church.
Author(s): Ted StearnPluck, an irritable and featherless rooster, and his best pal, the awkward-but-lovable teddy bear known as Fuzz, met long ago in a garbage truck. A tenuous - if decidedly co-dependent - friendship followed, sending them on a series of not-so-heroic adventures. But now we find them on a ramshackle barge, slowly drifting out to sea. How did they get there? How will they escape?
Author(s): Alexandro Jodorowsky, Jerry FrissenArtist(s): Valentin SecherThe Metabaron once single-handedly brought the Techno-Techno Empire to its knees. But in the chaos that followed, a new regime within the Techno-Techno civilization has rebuilt by seizing control of the galaxy's most precious fuel, the Epiphyte. When this tyrannical new force learns that the Metabaron is back and headed towards Marmola, the only known source of Epiphyte, the Empire dispatches its most trusted servant: the notoriously invulnerable and cruel Wilhelm-100, The Techno-Admiral. Can the Metabaron save the universe once more?
Written & Art & Cover by MoebiusWorking closely with Moebius Production in France, Dark Horse puts the work of a master storyteller back in print-with some material in English for the first time! Stel and Atan are interstellar repairmen trying to find a lost space station and its crew. What they discover about the universe and themselves on the mythical paradise planet Edena, though, changes their lives forever. Moebius's long-out-of-print World of Edena story arc gets a deluxe hardcover treatment, with its five main chapters-Upon a Star, Gardens of Edena, The Goddess, Stel, and Sra-collected here!
For 70 years, Archie Comics has been a vital and constant presence in American entertainment and pop culture, selling over 1.5 billion comic books. Archie - the lovable Riverdale teen who constantly finds himself in funny, entertaining and action-packed situations, with his closest friends Betty, Veronica, Jughead and Reggie - continues to be the one of the bestselling kids' characters of all time and boasts a devoted fanbase in the UK and around the world. This is a collection of some of Archie's most memorable moments - for old and new fans alike to enjoy.
Written by Variantious Art by Bob Powell & Variantious Cover by L. B. ColeIn this bizarre, lawless, ghoulish, gruesome, terrifying frightfest of a book you'll read: 'Candles for the Undead,' 'The Monster's Ghost,' 'Pray for the Vampire Horde,' 'The Witches Come at Midnight,' 'Your Head for Mine' and many more mind-rotting comics!
Written & Art & Cover by Natalie RiessCollecting the first four issues of Natalie Riess's delectable series, SPACE BATTLE LUNCHTIME! Earth baker Peony gets the deal of a lifetime when she agrees to be a contestant on the Universe's hottest reality TV show, Space Battle Lunchtime! But that was before she knew that it shoots on location... on a spaceship... and her alien competitors don't play nice! Does Peony really have what it takes to be the best cook in the Galaxy? Tune in and find out!
Written by Chris Ryall & Arvind Ethan David Art by Tony Akins & Ilias Kyriazis Cover by Ilias KyriazisDouglas Adams' holistic detective Dirk Gently has his comic book adventures collected here in DIRK GENTLY'S BIG HOLISTIC GRAPHIC NOVEL. Containing two stand-alone series, enjoy 'The Interconnectedness of All Kings,' and 'A Spoon Too Short.' But that's not all! Also includes bonus material showing a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the DIRK GENTLY TV show.
Written by Vivek J. Tiwary Art by Andrew Robinson & Kevin Baker Cover by Andrew RobinsonThe Fifth Beatle recounts the untold story of visionary Beatles manager Brian Epstein-who created Beatlemania and guided the band from basement gigs to unprecedented international stardom. This multiple-award-winning graphic novel has been added to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Library and Archives! This new softcover edition includes a revised sketchbook and Beatles memorabilia bonus section with behind-the-scenes insights from writer Vivek Tiwary and artists Andrew Robinson and Kyle Baker-expanded to include eight pages unique to this edition!
Written & Art by Francesco Artibani & Variantious Cover by Alessandro PerinaIt's the no-holds-barred showdown you've been waiting for! Flintheart Glomgold, John D. Rockerduck, Magica De Spell, and the Beagle Boys join forces to destroy the McDuck fortune-and Scrooge can only fight back by teaming up with more of his legendary foes, the underground Terries and Fermies! Collects IDW's Uncle Scrooge #13-16.
Written & Art & Cover by Dave McKeanBest known for his collaborations with Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean defied expectations with his stunning debut as writer and artist in Cages, winner of multiple awards for Best Graphic Album. Dark Horse proudly presents a new original graphic novel by the legendary artist based on the life of Paul Nash, a surrealist painter during World War I. The Dreams of Paul Nash deals with real soldiers' memoirs, and all the stories add up to a moving piece about how war and extreme situations change us and how we deal with the resultant pain-in Nash's case, by turning his landscapes into powerful and fantastical 'psychoscapes.'
Written by Brian Wood Art & Cover by Garry Brown & Dave McCaig1000 CE. When a Vatican official under is murdered on the infamous 'Black Road' while under the care of Mangus The Black, Mangus uncovers a secret so big it threatens to change the balance of power in all of Europe. Collects BLACK ROAD #1-5.
Written & Art & Cover by Andrew MacLeanThe Head Lopper, Norgal, and the nagging severed head of Agatha Blue Witch arrive on the Isle of Barra to find it overrun with beasts: minions of the Sorcerer of the Black Bog. When Queen Abigail hires Norgal and Agatha to slay the Sorcerer, our heroes trek across the island reliving the horrors of their heads-and playing right into the hands of a master manipulator. Collects HEAD LOPPER #1-4
Written & Art & Cover by Tom GauldThe lunar colony is slowly winding down, like a small town circumvented by a new super highway. As our hero, the Mooncop, makes his daily rounds, his beat grows ever smaller, the population dwindles. Depicted in the distinctive, matter-of-fact style of Tom Gauld's beloved Guardian strips, Mooncop is equal parts funny and melancholy. Gauld captures essential truths about humanity, making this a story of the past, present, and future, all in one.
Written by Steve Niles Art & Cover by Damien WormMerle Cope and his frightful family have been destroyed and Fred Allan has been rescued. Now that the kids have proven themselves, the whole Allan family is back in business ready to take on the monstrous, paranormal, and downright strange. Collects issues #13-18.
Written by Margaret Atwood & Variantious Art by Margaret Atwood & Jen VaughnThe Secret Loves of Geek Girls is a nonfiction anthology mixing prose, comics, and illustrated stories on the lives and loves of an amazing cast of female creators. Featuring work by Margaret Atwood (The Heart Goes Last), Mariko Tamaki (This One Summer), Trina Robbins (Wonder Woman), Marguerite Bennett (Marvel's A-Force), Noelle Stevenson (Nimona), Marjorie Liu (Monstress), Carla Speed McNeil (Finder), and over fifty more creators, it's a compilation of tales told from both sides of the tables: from the fans who love video games, comics, and sci-fi to those that work behind the scenes as creators and industry insiders.
Written by Arvind Ethan David Art by Ilias Kyriazis Cover by Robert HackAfter the many and conflicting versions of the legendary Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams created Dirk Gently: a detective with a belief in the fundamental interconnectedness of all things, a troubled relationship with the laws of probability and quantum physics, and a love of cats and pizza. After the events of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency and The Long Dark Tea Time, but prior to the detective's relocation to California in The Interconnectedness of All Kings, Dirk finds himself investigating a bizarre case of poaching, dumbstruck tourists, and the inner membranes of a rhinoceros' nose.
Written by Gene Yuen Lang & Variantious Art & Cover by GurihiruWhen Aang leaves to aid Zuko with the Kemurikage, Katara and Sokka return to the Southern Water Tribe by themselves. Katara is shocked to find that her beloved village has become a bustling city, with none other than their father, Hakoda, in charge! A northerner named Malina seems to be behind this change, pushing the North and South to be more unified . . . but what are her true goals?
Written by Emma Rios Art & Cover by Hwei LimEMMA RÍOS (PRETTY DEADLY, ISLAND) and HWEI LIM (Lalage, Hero) present MIRROR: THE MOUNTAIN, a story about the mage-scientists of The Synchronia and the sentient animals of Irzah colony. Collects MIRROR #1-5
Written by John Lewis Art by Andrew Aydin & Nate Powell Cover by Nate PowellThe #1 New York Times bestselling trilogy is complete! Celebrate with this commemorative set containing all three volumes of March in a stunning new slipcase! Slipcase cover illustrated by Nate Powell, colored by Jose Villarubia, and designed by Chris Ross!
Written & Art & Cover by Victor SantosA mob boss discovers his young wife, Maria-seeking an escape from a life of organized crime-has been hiding in a nunnery in rural Europe. Sullivan, a mobster who's been tasked with bringing the woman back home, is actually an undercover FBI agent seeking Maria as a star witness in his case against the don. But when Maria's whereabouts leak and mobsters, mercenaries, and hit men converge on the convent in the hopes of collecting a reward for Maria, they turn holy ground into a battleground.
Written by Roberto Recchioni Art & Cover by Massimo CarnevaleWhen an obscure, sudden illness takes a hold of and tortures the nightmare investigator Dylan Dog, it seems that no one can save him. His only way out may be to face the creature that's killing him, reaching it at the heart of suffering, a place on the very verge of death!
Written by Tim Seeley & Jim Terry Art by Jim Terry Cover by Joyce ChinIt's the ultimate heavy metal crossover, as rock n' roll legend Alice Cooper crosses paths with the fiends of the Chaos! Comics universe! When bizarre dreams plague Evil Ernie, Chastity, and Purgatori, they put aside their bitter rivalries to hunt down the Lord of Nightmares... Alice Cooper himself. However, the sinister showman no longer holds dominion over the night. Something evil has bastardized the Dream Probe, a tool once used to treat Ernest Fairchild's mental illness, to spread rampant fear.... something with deadly venom, malevolent kin, and a reach that coils around the world. It's up to Alice Cooper and his unlikely allies to save the sanity of (and then blow the minds of) metalheads everywhere!
Written by Chuck Dixon & Dan Jurgens Art by Kevin Nowlan & Variantious Cover by Kevin Nowlan & Jon BogdanoveIn the first ever collection of the DC/Dark Horse Superman crossover stories, the Man of Steel faces the universe's deadliest foe, but is he truly strong enough to defeat the xenomorph? Follow the Last Son of Krypton through the world of Madman and explore the jungles of East Africa with him alongside Tarzan, son of the jungle. Collects Superman vs. Aliens Volume 1, Superman vs. Aliens Volume 2: God War, Superman/Tarzan: Sons of the Jungle, and The Superman/Madman Hullabaloo.
Written by Warren Ellis Art & Cover by Jason MastersAfter a mission of vengeance in Helsinki, James Bond returns to London and assumes the workload of a fallen 00 Section agent. His new mission takes him to Berlin, presumably to break up an agile drug-trafficking operation. But Bond has no idea of the forces ranged in secret against him, the full range of an operation that's much scarier and more lethal than he could possibly imagine. Berlin is about to catch fire... and James Bond is trapped inside. Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents VariantGR, the debut storyline in the all-new James Bond comic book series, as crafted by masterful writer Warren Ellis (Transmetropolitan, The Authority) and artist Jason Masters (Batman Incorporated, Guardians of the Galaxy).
Written & Art & Cover by Brendan McCarthyTo stop a psychic bomb that threatens to render all of humanity catatonic, the last Dream Voyager awakens! When the evil Zeirio goes on a rampage throughout the Dreamworlds, it's up to a new generation of the Dream Gang to put him down. From the fertile mind of Brendan McCarthy-the cowriter/designer of Mad Max: Fury Road and a contributor to Dark Horse Presents and 2000 AD! Collects Dream Gang chapters from DHP #1-#4, #7-#10, and #14-#17.
Written by Brian Michael Bendis Art & Cover by Michael Avon OemingFrom the creators of the Eisner Award-winning, bestselling POWERS comes a brand-new world of crime fiction like you've never seen before. Discover a world in which the families of organized crime never lost their stranglehold on the United States. Today is the day that Valentine Gallo becomes a made man, and it's also the day he learns the secrets behind the organization he has served since he was old enough to walk. But it is mysterious hitwoman Jagger Rose who will forever turn his life upside down. This bold new vision of crime fiction harkens back to Bendis's earliest work in crime comics - while also giving you everything you expect from the creators of POWERS, one of the most successful and longest-lasting independent comics in history. Collecting THE UNITED STATES OF MURDER INC. #1-6. Mature
Written & Art & Cover by David MackThis edition collects Kabuki Volume 7: The Alchemy and more-including all-new material by David Mack! With the help of Akemi, Kabuki has escaped from Control Corps amid all the fallout and mayhem. And now that Kabuki has the chance to learn what her true calling in this life is, it seems there is a kind of Akemi network. A network that Kabuki herself will be asked to help in. And it seems Akemi is attempting a kind of revolution. One that Akemi expects Kabuki to play a major part in. A revolution that will change the landscape of their world forever.
(W) Brian Michael Bendis (A/CA) Alex MaleevThe first creator-owned series by one of the most successful teams in modern comics, SCARLET is the story of a woman pushed to the edge by all that's wrong with the world. A woman who decides to stand up and fight back. A woman who will not back down. A woman who discovers within herself the power to start a modern American revolution! In the vein of ALIAS, POWERS and JINX, SCARLET debuts a fascinating new character who, with every issue, reveals new things about herself against a completely original backdrop of intrigue and drama. This collection of the first creator-owned series by Bendis since POWERS - and the first-ever creator-owned series by Maleev - includes tons of extras, a look at the first-issue script by Bendis with new illustrations by Maleev, an all-star cover gallery and more! Collecting SCARLET #1-5.Mature
Written by Joe R. Lansdale & Mark Alan Miller Art & Cover by Piotr KowalskiEnormous steam-powered robots march across the Great Plains of the old American West, protecting the populace against invading aliens and monsters! The Steam Man and his operators seem to have their task well in hand, until a crazed and powerful vampire comes to town intent on bringing forth the apocalypse! Collects The Steam Man #1-#5.
Written by Richard Starkings Art by Carlos Pedro & Axel Medellin Cover by Carlos Pedro & Axel MedllinThere are new transgenics in town and the Elephantmen are due for 'retirement.' Collects ELEPHANTMEN #65-69
Written by Grant Morrison & Variantious Art by Jeevan Kang & Variantious Cover by Mukesh SinghFrom legendary creator Grant Morrison comes the second volume in his epic creation, as the battle between two armies of super warriors plays out on the battlefield as we flashback to see the events that brought people to the war. 18 Days is the story of three generations of super-warriors, meeting for the final battle of their age, a climactic war that concludes the age of the gods and begins the age of man. Collecting the first story arc from the series. 'This is not a Lord of the Rings or a Star Wars where the good guys win because they are right. The good guys in 18 Days are forced to cheat and lie and break rules to win. Although it has fantastic, mythic trappings, this is a very modern story of realpolitik and the failure of ideals in the face of harsh truth.' - Grant Morrison.Collects Grant Morrison's 18 Days #6-10
Written & Art & Cover by Jeff LemireThe time has come for hybrid animal-boy Gus and Jeppard to learn the answers they've been searching for. But they're not the only ones looking for the truth behind the plague. The evil man called Abbot is on a collision course with Gus and Jeppard, and now the stage is set for the final, bloody showdown, an intimate Armageddon with the fate of human and hybrid alike in the balance. This final SWEET TOOTH hardcover collects issues #26-40.
Written by Chuck Palahniuk Art by Cameron Stewart Cover by David MackSome imaginary friends never go away . . . Ten years after starting Project Mayhem, he lives a mundane life. A kid, a wife. Pills to keep his destiny at bay. But it won't last long-the wife has seen to that. He's back where he started, but this go-round he's got more at stake than his own life. The time has arrived . . . Collects issues #1-#10 of the series.
Rachel saves Zoe's life and finds the elusive demon Malus by looking through the eyes of his last victim. In an earth-shattering showdown, Lilith confronts Malus and fights for the future of humanity. Dust To Dust is the final book in the Rachel Rising story, collecting issues #37-42.
Written by Mike Mignola & Christopher Golden Art by Patric Reynolds Cover by David PalumboForty years after disaster left Lower Manhattan submerged in thirty feet of water, the Drowning City has taken a turn for the weird, and Joe Golem is there to investigate. A mysterious and terrifying creature has been snatching children and pulling them into the depths of the canals, and those that drowned in the floods are coming back to the surface-alive. Collects the five-issue miniseries.
(W) Matthew Daley, Scott Mairghread (A) Carlos Magno (CA) Benjamin CarreSander Jorve thought that infiltrating the brutal Guard of Lantern City would help his family and his cause. He was wrong. After a chance run-in with the Emperor of the city, Killian Grey, Sander finds himself promoted to the Grey Guard, working directly under Killian in the heights of Grey Towers. The luxury is unparalleled, but can Killian be trusted? Can Sander trust himself? Nowhere in Lantern City is safe...and the imperial court may just be the most dangerous place of all. Collects issues #5-8 of the steampunk epic.
When Henny Beaumont gives birth to her third child, the baby seems no different from her other girls. But when the registrar tells Henry and her husband that the baby might have Down's Syndrome, she knows her life is over. She will have to come to terms with the demands of the child, with both her own and other people's reactions to her. Henry's wit and irony transforms a deeply personal experience into a story that will resonate with every parent. A stunningly honest and poignant book that questions what it really means to be a parent.
Written by Garth Ennis Art & Cover by Tomas AriaGarth Ennis' visionary series reaches deep into the recesses of history and finds the most spine chilling tales of conflict and war throughout the modern era. This new volume delivers powerful stories that illustrate the horror and humanity within the violence and misery. In this tome are two stories written by Ennis and illustrated by Thomas Aria including: Our Wild Geese Go: 'T'was England bade our wild geese go, that small nations would be free...' In the Second World War, any Irishman wanting to fight the Nazis had to join the British army- the Republic of Ireland having declared neutrality when the war began. Now, a small unit of Irish soldiers join the advance into Germany- where the going is rough and the enemy nowhere near surrender. And old tensions remain from Ireland's own struggle for independence, as well as the bloody civil war that followed. The Tokyo Club: How do you join The Tokyo Club? Simple. You climb into your single seat, single engine fighter- loaded with fuel and ammunition- and fly 700 miles across the open Pacific until you reach the mainland of Japan. There you fight off any enemy aircraft attempting to hit the American bombers you're escorting to their targets. Still alive? Now comes the fun part. You fly another 700 miles back home to your airstrip on Iwo Jima, fuel running lower and lower, nothing but ocean for miles around. Any battle damage you've suffered will reduce your chances even further. Make it back and you're in the club. And more good news: you get to do it all again tomorrow. This volume collects War Stories #10 - 15 of the ongoing comic book series.
Written by Mark Evanier Art & Cover by Sergio AragonesThe mutton-skulled swordsman Groo runs into friends (who want to kill him a little) and foes (who want to kill him a lot). He'll meet up with the sneaky Pal and Drumm, the sneakier Taranto, and the melodic Minstrel . . . but can he help Kayli reunite with her long-lost father? Collects issues #9-#12 of the year long series from Sergio Aragonés, Mark Evanier, and Tom Luth.
Written by Adrienne Roy Art & Cover by Miles HymanWhat's to Love: This gripping graphic novel adaptation of the highly acclaimed book by James Ellroy, The Black Dahlia, delves deeply into one of the most haunting unsolved crimes in American history. Award-winning filmmaker David Fincher (Gone Girl, Zodiac) and acclaimed storyteller Matz (The Killer) worked at length to preserve much of Ellroy's original dialogue while bringing the stark images of 1940s L.A. to full, living color with illustrator Miles Hyman. What It Is: LAPD investigators Bucky Bleichert and Lee Blanchard find themselves enthralled with the mysterious and brutal murder of a beautiful young woman, Elizabeth Short. Their obsession takes a dark turn as they delve into the underbelly of Hollywood and the heart of the dead woman's tortured and twisted past. It is a case that will test their mettle and their sanity.
Written by Neil Gaiman Art & Cover by Michael ZulliCome and hear of the terrible tale of Miss Finch, befallen by mystery and abduction deep under the streets of London! Join a group of friends, with the stern Miss Finch in tow, as they enter this strange world of vampires, ringmasters, illusions, and the Cabinet of Wishes Fulfill'd!
Written & Art & Cover by J. Scott CampbellJ. Scott Campbell's long out of print Danger Girl sketchbook is back and with all-new additional content! Campbell's gorgeous preliminary drawings, layouts and sketches are showcased in this beautifully designed, over-sized hardcover. Lovely renditions of Abbey Chase, Sydney Savage, Natalia Kassle and more are Lusciously delineated-in the patented Danger Girl style! Featuring a brand new cover by Campbell as well as an extra 16 pages of never-before-seen-material!
Written by M. M. Chen Art by Joe Benitez & Variantious Cover by Joe Benitez & Mike GarciaAfter a young friend shows up unexpectedly on her doorstep, Lady Mechanika finds herself on a globe-spanning trek filled with alchemy mysteries, secret societies, and scientific curiosities, while opposing forces race in search of the Tablet of Destinies, an ancient Sumerian artifact reputed to hold the knowledge of the Gods and the secrets of the Universe. Collects all 6 issues of the second Lady Mechanika mini-series, The Tablet of Destinies.
Written by Stan Sakai Art by Stan Sakai & Variantious Cover by Stan SakaiIn this volume, a new love tempts Usagi to abandon his wandering lifestyle, the origin of the demon Jei is revealed at last, and Frank Miller, Jeff Smith, Sergio Aragonés, and more contribute to the landmark issue #100! Collects Usagi Yojimbo Volume Three #94-#116.
Written & Art & Cover by Sophie CampbellAn all-new edition of the first book in Sophie Campbell's critically acclaimed original graphic novel series, WET MOON! With brand new covers designed by cartoonist Annie Mok (Screen Tests) and special extras in the back, this edition is perfect for longtime fans and new readers alike!
Written by Kazuo Koike Art by Goseki KojimaThe road to hell ends here! The final confrontation between ?gami Itt? and Yagy? Retsud? is finally at hand as the two ultimate swordsmen face off in a titanic struggle to settle their scores once and for all-and determine the fate of the Lone Wolf's Cub, little Daigoro! Collects 'Drifting Shadows' and 'Straw Boy' from volume 26 and all of volumes 27 and 28.
Written & Art & Cover by Chester BrownThe iconoclastic and bestselling cartoonist of Paying for It returns with a polemical interpretation of the Bible that will be one of the most controversial and talked-about graphic novels of 2016. Mary Wept over the Feet of Jesus is the retelling in comics form of nine biblical stories that present Chester Brown's fascinating and startling thesis about biblical representations of prostitution. Brown weaves a connecting line between Bathsheba, Ruth, Rahab, Tamar, Mary of Bethany, and the Virgin Mother and reassesses the Christian moral code by examining the cultural implications of the Bible's representations of sex work.
Written by Jeff Lindsay Art by Dalibor Talajic Cover by Mike Del MundoDexter returns in a blood-soaked Australian adventure written by his creator, Jeff Lindsay! Dexter Morgan isn't just Miami's No. 1 forensic blood-spatter expert - he's also a serial killer who targets other killers! But when Dexter travels Down Under on the trail of a new murderer, he quickly learns that sharks aren't Australia's only deadly predator. Who is setting up illegal hunting safaris in the Outback, and are they targeting more than big game? Dexter investigates as only he can, but soon discovers that he isn't the hunter - he's the prey! Now Dexter is trapped in a private preserve where humans are in the crosshairs. Will this one end with a bang? Under the hot Australian sun, Dexter's Dark Passenger is given free reign, blood will flow, and the guilty will not go unpunished! Collecting DEXTER DOWN UNDER #1-5. Parental Advisory
Written by Brian Wood Art by Andrea Mutti & Various Cover by Tula LotayThis is 1775. With the War for Independence playing out across the colonies, Seth and Mercy Abbott find their new marriage tested at every turn as the demands of the frontlines and the home front collide. Rebels details the epic story of the colonists who, in a few short, turbulent years, created the nation of America. Collects Rebels #1-#10.
Written by Joe Harris & Brandon Jerwa Art by Eman Casallos & Nacho Tenorio Cover by David MackRock n' roll legend Alice Cooper has never been a stranger to the mystic and the macabre. His stage shows were the stuff of legend, featuring snakes and pyrotechnics, the invocation of dark themes and darker forces. But while he was a legend in the waking world, few knew his service as 'The Lord of Nightmares' beyond it, where he watched over us while we dreamed, and delivered horrors unto the deserving. Only someone took it all away from him, cast him out of his realm, and locked him away. No longer enslaved to the Clan Black, Alice Cooper will reclaim his dark throne at all costs. All hail the Godfather of Shock Rock! This mind-bending collection includes the complete six-issue Dynamite comic book series, plus Alice Cooper's first-ever comic book appearance from Marvel Premiere #50, featuring the creative talents of Alice Cooper, Jim Salicrup, Roger L. Stern, Ed J. Hannigan, and Tom F. Sutton, fully remastered!
Written by Stan Lee & Peter David Art & Cover by Colleen DoranIn this gorgeously illustrated, full-color graphic memoir, Stan Lee - the comic book legend and co-creator of Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Avengers, the Incredible Hulk, and a legion of other Marvel superheroes - shares his iconic legacy and the story of how modern comics came to be. Stan Lee is a man who needs no introduction. He has been the leading creative force behind Marvel Comics, and has brought to life some of the world's best-known heroes and most infamous villains throughout his career. Lee put the human in superhuman and in doing so, created a new mythology for the twentieth century. In this beautifully illustrated graphic memoir, illustrated by Colleen Doran, Lee tells the story of his life with the same wit, energy, and offbeat spirit that he brought to the world of comics. Moving from his impoverished childhood in Manhattan to his early days writing comics, through his military training films during World War II and the rise of the Marvel empire in the 1960s to the current resurgence in movies, Amazing Fantastic Incredible documents the life of a man and the legacy of an industry and career. This funny, moving, and honest memoir is a must-have for collectors and fans of comic books and graphic novels of every age.
Written by Frank Miller & Geof Darrow Art & Cover by Geof DarrowFront and center, America! Here comes action! Here comes adventure! Here comes The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot-a roller-coaster ride through the minds of Geof Darrow and Frank Miller, the tag team that set you reeling with their hard-hitting series Hard Boiled! Everything you remember about being thirty-eight years old and watching monster movies is right here, but with all the magnified detail that you always wanted to see.
Written by Cullen Bunn Art & Cover by Joëlle JonesYears have passed since Rikar's victory over Bera and Groa. In defeating the witches, Rikard saved his people. And yet he cannot resist-he is still denied the promise of Valhalla. The warrior is condemned to wander the living world as an undead draugr. Now, new challenges lie before Rikard, as the draugr is sent to claim a Blood Debt from the mad warlock who taught the witches their dark arts.
Written & Art & Cover by Arthur SuydamSURVIVALISTS, BATTLEFIELD ENTREPRENEURS AND ALL-ROUND ANTI-HEROES! Spawned by legendary artist and writer Arthur Suydam - blockbuster cover illustrator on Marvel Zombies - Cholly & Flytrap are survivors on a distant planet, barely held together with catgut and scar tissue, Cholly's always there with a snappy one-liner and quick-draw machine-gun fire. Flytrap is silent as the grave, built like a brick privy and graceful as a charging rhino. Collected for the first time ever, this volume contains all of Cholly & Flytrap's tales of derring-do, grievous bodily harm and giant bat riding!
Written by Various Art by Matt Baker & Iger Shop Cover by Iger ShopGood Girl Art, and old-skool horror art by the master Matt Baker and his associates from the infamous art group The Iger Shop! Filled with lurid pulp-fiction comics like 'Zombie Bride,' 'The Weird Dead,' and 'The Crawling Horror.' This large format, full-color book of terrors, is the first of three volumes and has a fear-filled and fascinating introduction by Mike 'The Worst of Eerie Publications' Howlett!
Written & Art & Cover by VariantiousBeware puny mortals, the gates of Hell have opened wide, as The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics serves up another diabolical dish of Golden Age horror hits-and this time direct from the burning bowels of Hades itself! Edited by Steve Banes, aka Mr. Karswell, Devil Tales stars Satan himself (and in one story, herself!) in over two dozen scorching stories of demonic power, and features artwork from top fan favorites like Don Heck, Gene Colan, Dick Ayers, Lou Cameron, Bob Powell, Howard Nostrand, and more! An infernal introduction, plus a cursed cover gallery guaranteed to swallow your soul. The hottest book of 2015 already has you under it's Satanic spell!
Written & Art & Cover by Hugo PrattNominated for both the Eisner and Harvey Awards for Best Foreign Language Publication! In this third volume in the definitive English language edition of Hugo Pratt's masterpiece, the action moves from South America to Europe against the backdrop of the First World War. In these six stories Pratt further explores such complicated themes as patriotism and greed, revolution and opportunism, and betrayal and seduction. Events take Corto from a small island in the Venetian lagoon, where he comes face to face with a beautiful blonde spy, to Stonehenge and an adventure with Merlin, Morgana, and Puck. Along the way he meets Ernest Hemingway and future billionaire Aristotle Onassis, Irish revolutionary Banshee O'Danann, the legendary Red Baron, and an intense cast of characters who weave in and out of a series of labyrinthine plots and counter-plots.
Written & Art & Cover by Kris Wilson & VariantiousWhat's to Love: Cyanide & Happiness is one of the longest-running, most popular, humor comic strips on the web, easily earning millions of hits per week. With its crudely drawn art and snarky humor, Cyanide & Happiness has touched many a funny bone and is accessible to a legion of fans worldwide. What It Is: Once again, creators Kris Wilson, Rob DenBleyker, and Dave McElfatrick combine some of their best strips and a host of never-before-seen comics into a new, collected book. In the best, sickest tradition, Cyanide & Happiness' simply drawn figures and the wildly inappropriate topics they cover-including cannibalism, murder, and incest-is most reminiscent of South Park, but offers a profane sensibility all its own. Includes the short, Bedtime Stories for Good Children.
Written & Art & Cover by Stjepan SejicGifted? Join the Death Vigil in their ongoing war against the ever-growing power of the Primordial Enemy! The only catch is you have to die first. Become a corporeal immortal Death Knight, and obtain reality-altering weaponry in the never-ending battle between Good and Evil. Collects DEATH VIGIL #1-8
Written by Mike Mignola Art by Ben Stenbeck Cover by Mike MignolaAfter a fight with Hellboy, Frankenstein's monster escapes the terrible Mexican laboratory where he was imprisoned and discovers strange creatures beneath the desert, where he'll learn some of the greatest secrets of the mystical world in the strangest Hellboy spinoff yet! Collects Frankenstein Underground #1-#5.
Written by Mike Costa Art by Nahuel Lopez & Variantious Cover by Jacen BurrowsJonathan Hickman created an incredible world where the mash-up of religion and mythology meets modern reality. In the chapters since, Mike Costa has taken this terrifying vision and delivered the wildest reinvention of classic mythology ever published. After all the Earth shattering events spinning out of the Second Coming, all of creation is utterly destroyed by the masterful machinations of Satan. As a new world where mortal and divine are separate emerges, an ancient force starts a terrifying chain of events that ultimately will lead to an apocalyptic future for all. It all changes right here! This volume collects issues #37 - 42 of the ongoing God is Dead series.
Written & Art by James Stokoe & Variantious Cover by James StokoeGodzilla meets his greatest adversary of all time-the impossible tortures of Hell! Each issue of this special miniseries will see Godzilla enter a new level of the underworld to do battle with the impossible.
Written, Art & coer by Craig ThompsonThis is the story of Chunky Rice, a green turtle, and his beloved friend, Dandel, a wide-eyed mouse deer. Dandel must weather a painful separation when Chunky decides to see the world.
Written by Grant Morrison & Variantious Art by Jeevan Kang & Francesco Biagini Cover by Mukesh SinghFrom legendary creator Grant Morrison (All-Star Superman, Batman & Robin, The Invisibles) comes the first chapter in his newest creation. 18 Days is the story of three generations of super-warriors, meeting for the final battle of their age, a climactic war that concludes the age of the gods and begins the age of man. Collecting the first story arc from the series. 'This is not a Lord of the Rings or a Star Wars where the good guys win because they are right. The good guys in 18 Days are forced to cheat and lie and break rules to win. Although it has fantastic, mythic trappings, this is a very modern story of realpolitik and the failure of ideals in the face of harsh truth.' - Grant Morrison
Written & Art & Cover by Gilbert HernandezComics luminary Gilbert Hernandez delivers a genre mash-up unlike any other! When Mike Chang wakes up with nothing but a lipstick smudge, someone else's suit, and amnesia, he's thrown into a world of criminal gangs, crime fighters, skin swappers, and a one-eyed girl with bizarre powers! Collects Grip #1-#5.
Gris Grimly's Frankenstein is a twisted, fresh, and utterly original full-length, full-color graphic-novel adaptation of Mary Shelley's original text, brought to life by acclaimed illustrator Gris Grimly. The first fully illustrated version to use the original 1818 text, this handsome volume is destined to capture the imagination of those new to the story as well as those who know it well.
Written by Marcel Proust & Various Art & Cover by Stephane HeuetWhether you are looking to brush up or sample for the first time, this graphic adaptation of In Search of Lost Time is the perfect introduction to Marcel Proust's masterpiece. Proust's oceanic novel In Search of Lost Time looms over twentieth-century literature as one of the greatest, yet most endlessly challenging literary experiences. Now, the French illustrator Stéphane Heuet re-presents Proust in graphic form for anyone who has always dreamed of reading him but was put off by the sheer magnitude of the undertaking. This graphic adaptation reveals the fundamental architecture of Proust's work while displaying a remarkable fidelity to his language as well as the novel's themes of time, art, and the elusiveness of memory.
Written by Matt Hawkins Art & Cover by Stjepan SejicIn the future there is no more natural death, no needs unfilled and everything you could ever want is yours
as long as you're one of the chosen ones to live in this new Utopia and you're willing to subjugate yourself to these new self-proclaimed gods with IX's emblazoned on them. Do the ends truly justify the means? Is a utopia built on genocide worth the price? Aphrodite, Velocity, Hades and the other Nines establish fiefdoms in this new world and attempt to rule. Their internal clashes have escalated, but they are forced to put that aside as they face off against the relentless hordes of the Darkness. The sins of the past have come to claim those who would pretend to be Gods. Collects IXTH GENERATION #1-4 and IXTH GENERATION: HIDDEN FILES #1
Written & Art & Cover by Jack KirbyJack Kirby's most beloved creation is now an extraordinary Artist's Edition, collecting six complete issues of Kamandi: 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 and 9, as well as covers and extras. There is no better way to view the magic of King Kirby than in the one and only Artist's Edition format-reserve your copy early!
Written by Francois Debois Art by Jean-Charles PoupardSpring 1889. Months have passed since Whitechapel was covered in blood, and while the mystery surrounding Jack the Ripper goes cold, Inspector Frederick Abberline is still a man obsessed. But when a series of killings identical to the Ripper's occur in Paris, Abberline must risk everything to close history's most famous murder case once and for all!
Written by Grant Morrison Art & Cover by Duncan FregredoMeet Kid Eternity, a teenager with supernatural powers and the ability to bring back the dead-a gift from the powers above for being taken by death ahead of his time. Now the free-spirited kid is back as an agent of Chaos in a world that's too ordered for his taste. Using chaos magic to elevate humanity's existence, he finds a path paved with demons, death and madness! Collects KID ETERNITY #1-3!
Written by Paul Jenkins & Variantious Art by Carlos Magno Cover by Dave DormanWhat's to Love: From the writings of Jules Verne and H.G. Wells, to comics like The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Lady Mechanika, the detailed and imagination-fueled steampunk movement has excited fans worldwide. Lantern City explores everything we love about the genre and what it takes to change a person's place in the world. Created by Trevor Crafts, Bruce Boxleitner, and Matthew Daley, written by Daley, Paul Jenkins (Fairy Quest), and Mairghread Scott (Transformers), and illustrated by Carlos Magno (RoboCop), Lantern City explores what it takes to change a person's place in the world, all set in an original, sprawling steampunk universe. What It Is: Sander Jorve just wants to keep his wife and son safe. Living in the brutalized lower class of Lantern City means living in near-constant darkness, the enormous walls of the city always looming overhead, while the upper class enjoys the elevated, interconnected towers and airships above. When Sander's brother-in-law, the persuasive activist Kendal, convinces him to infiltrate the brutal ranks of the Guard, he's set on a dangerous path that will test his abilities and beliefs, all in the name of making a difference for his family and his caste. Collects issues #1-4.
Written by Kazuo Koike Art by Goseki Kojima Cover by Frank Miller & Lynn VariantleyThe swords of ?gami Itt? and Retsud? Yagy? stand waiting for the mortal enemies' final confrontation, but Yagy? is imprisoned in Edo Castle, with conniving poisoner Abeno as his warden. Retsud? has two deadly options-take Abeno's prepared meals and be slowly poisoned or die of hunger and thirst!
Written by Noelle Stevenson & Variantious Art by Carolyn Nowak & Variantious Cover by Noelle StevensonIt's a free day at Lumberjanes camp, and the Roanoke cabin is...bored out of their skulls. With nothing to fight the girls set themselves to earning all the badges they can that don't involve monsters or the supernatural, which is surprisingly hard! When Mal and Molly sneak off in search of real adventure, they accidentally stumble into something more than they ever bargained for. Collects the Halloween special issue #9 written by Faith Erin Hicks, plus issues #10-12.
Written by Brian Wood Art by Garry Brown Cover by John Paul LeonThe Crash was only the beginning. What remains of civilization is being obliterated by a series of cataclysmic events. The truth about Mary's identity, which began as a faint signal, grows louder-and she's seemingly connected to it all. The secret of the Crash and the location of the missing ship The Massive get answered here, in the final arc, Ragnarok! Collects issues #25-#30. 'Much like DMZ, the glimpses of savagery [in The Massive] are unsettling because this world isn't as divorced from ours as we'd like it to be.'-IGN
Written by Steve Niles Art & Cover by Damien WormThe Allan family has inducted Dante, a.k.a. Robot Face, into the fold, and Geoff and Vivian have begun their training in the family business; monster hunting. All looks well for the Allans, but Sheriff Chambers is slowly catching on to their occult activities. Collects issues #7-12.
Written & Art & Cover by Alex RobinsonAlex Robinson returns with a 'spiritual sequel' to his Eisner-winning debut Box Office Poison! It's been 15 years since the young cast of that beloved drama has graced the stage. Now, Our Expanding Universe introduces another Robinson ensemble to explore how time can transform a group of friends. Marriage, children, affairs, divorce
and that's just the beginning!
Written & Art by Gabriel Ba & VariousThis gripping tale of urban horror follows the lives of five lonely tenants-strangers-whose lives become intertwined when they discover a dark mark scrawled on the walls of their building. The horror sprouts quite innocently from a small seed and finds life as something otherworldly. As the walls come alive, everyone is defenseless against a brewing evil.
Written by Various Art by Matt Baker & Various Cover by Maurice WhitmanThe publisher Fiction House was infamous for what anti-comics crusader Dr. Fredric Wertham called 'headlight comics,' i.e. comics featuring the ample female bosom. The Pre-Code publisher used their buxom heroines to star in jungle comics, science fiction tales, and scary GHOST STORIES! The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics series curates the sexiest and scariest of these poltergeist-infused Good Girl Art comics in a pulse-pounding tome! Your hair will stand on end and at the same time your toes will curl!
Written by Serge Le Tendre Art by Regis LoiselThe world of Akbar is in grave danger; Ramor, the cursed god, is about to be set free and spread unending chaos! The witch Mara can bind him to his prison, a conch shell, but she needs something special - the legendary Time Bird. She charges her daughter, Pelisse, with enlisting the help of the ageing warrior Bragon, and together they set out on a quest to save the world! But all is not as it seems; Bragon is an old flame of Mara's and Pelisse has never met her father. With a fantastical twist, The Quest of the Time Bird is an epic journey through a magical realm of monsters, mysticism and mayhem.
Written & Art & Cover by Walter SimonsonRagnarök
the Twilight of the Gods in Norse mythology
the destruction of the Nine Worlds. And now, three hundred years later, the birth of vengeance. Walter Simonson returns to comics in this stunning all-new series.
Written by Jason Aaron Art by R. M. Guera & Various Cover by R. M. GueraIn these stories from SCALPED #12-24, on the morning after the opening of the Crazy Horse Casino, Dashiell Bad Horse learns that two women were murdered during the night. It's up to Dash to find the killers and, in the process, come to grips with his relationship with his own mother. Plus, Chief Red Crow is trying to walk the straight and narrow, but how far will he let Mr. Brass push him?
Written by Mike Johnson Art by Angel Hernandez Cover by Stephen Molnar & Tamra BonvillainTwo iconic franchises collide for this blockbuster crossover event! The crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise meets the Green Lantern Corps for the first time in an all-new adventure that spans the cosmos! Kirk and Spock make a most unusual discovery on a lost world... igniting events that will change the fate of empires!
Scott McCloud's critically acclaimed illustrated study of the sequential art of comics. SC, 224pg, b&w.
Written & Art & Cover by Stan SakaiIn this fifth definitive Usagi Yojimbo compilation, the rabbit ronin's friendship with retainer Tomoe Ame is spotlighted in the epic-length 'Mother of Mountains,' her origin 'Tomoe's Story,' and the poignant tea-ceremony tale 'Chanoyu.' Collects Usagi Yojimbo Volume 3 #76-#93, Usagi Yojimbo Color Special #1-#3, and more!
Written by Variantious Art by Bob Powell & Variantious Cover by Iger Shop'Love on the Racks: A History of American Romance Comics,' provides a fascinating introduction to 'Weird Love: That's The Way I Like It!', the second sleazy and stupefying volume in the series that 'Wired' magazine calls 'deranged genius!' You'll love, you'll hate these lurid stories: 'Too Fat to Frug,' 'Men You Shouldn't Marry,' 'Leader of the Pack,' 'Love Slaves,' 'Stay Away From Married Men,' 'Trailer Park Girl: Flirtation on Wheels,' 'Mail-Order Marriage,' 'Thrill Crazy!,' and much more cringe-worthy, laugh-riot comic book kitsch!
The first graphic novel - a mesmerizing fictional chronicle of a universal American experience. Through a quartet of four interwoven stories, A Contract With God expresses the joy, exuberance, tragedy, and drama of life on the mythical Dropsie Avenue in the Bronx. This is the legendary book that launched a new art form and reaffirmed Will Eisner as one of the great pioneers of American graphics!
Written by Duane Swierczynski Art by Eric Nguyen Cover by Jason FelixCan X halt a superpowered grudge match and rescue his city from the scars it leaves? Collects issues #21-#24.
Written & Art & Cover by Noriyuki KonishiNate Adams was your regular, everyday kid, until he received the Yo-kai Watch, which allows him to see Yo-kai that are normally invisible to the naked eye! For all ages.
by Scott McCloudComic book afficionados rejoice! The best of the cult classic series, Zot!, first created by Scott McCloud in 1984, is soon to be reprised in this arresting trade paperback compilation, with bonus material! Zachary T. Paleozogt, popularly known as Zot, is a blond-haired, blue-eyed teenage hero from an alternate Earth - this alternate reality is a retro-futuristic technological utopia where flying cars, robots and interplanetary travel are common and nearly all of its inhabitants benefit from peace, prosperity, and a marked lack of conventional social ills. Jaunting back and forth between the two worlds seems exciting for Zot at first, but there are subtle differences in the essential nature of the two planets that take some getting used to. On Zot's world, events naturally favor the "good guys" in any conflict, while on Earth, Zot is a less successful hero, reflecting the fact that our world clearly does not conform to the same rules as his. Nevertheless, Zot eagerly takes on Earth's challenges with the most amusing outcomes. New material includes sketches, designs, some of McCloud's behind-the-scenes working methods, Zot ephemera (there was a Zot watch!) and lots and lots of commentary - "the story behind the stories" as it were. This newly revised cult classic is not to be missed!
Written by Ulises Farinas & Erick Freitas Art by Dan McDaid Cover by Ulises FarinasUshering in a brave new era, Judge Dredd awakens to find that Mega-City One has been sent back to the Stone Age, with city blocks overgrown and nary a citizen to be found. Witness as Dredd struggles to unravel the mystery as he copes with being just an ordinary Joe. Collects issues #1-4.