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BILLY BOY The Sick Little Fat Kid, is a journey into the insane mind of a young overweight kid and his adventures in his sick and twisted world. Done in a style of classic cartoons such as Fleischer and old Warner Brothers, BILLY BOY The Sick Little Fat Kid is done in a very cinematic and cartoony style. This issue features 'Slingshot Madness' where Billy gets into some trouble when he and Teddy shoot up Old Mrs. Pine's house with their brand new wrist rocket. In 'Swamp Jitters' Billy is on the runn from a giant spindly insect. And finally in 'Bad Charm Bill' our pudgy star gets caught up in the black arts... and it doesn��t end with a smile!
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Billy Boy, comics answer to the cry for more sick and twisted books, returns with a vengence. In "The Two Headed beast From Hell", Billy stumbles upon a monster who is eating the remains of it's latest victim. A chase ensues through the grungy back alleys of SOHO. In the frightening continuation of "Slingshot Mischief", Billy must now find his way out of the "Haunted Forest". Too bad it's filled with hungry trolls and tentacled monstrosities. This comic is Grimm's Fairy Tales gone horribly, horribly wrong, and it doesn't end with a smile!
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PART 3 of 4. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's. In 'Witness to Evil' Mormon demon hunters converge on a dark little house with a terrible secret. In 'East Prey' a helpless girl, lost in the wilderness ... but is she all that she seems? Nest up: 'What’s down in the Basement Horace Greely?'--If you hate real estate agents then you’ll love this tale of greed and bad kharma. We go back to the 60's for 'Head Trip'--This psychedelic little tale begins in a bizarre curio shop ... and ends in a watery grave.
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A new kind of crime family begins to emerge in New York City. One that uses ancient satanic rituals to gain the speed, strength and other attributes of demons. When the demonic mob murders the friend of a mysterious hit man named Trypp, he begins to leave a path of death and destruction to avenge her. With this bloodlust he also begins to embrace the darkness lurking within his soul.
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Giant sized first issue! Warlash, armored warrior of an apocalyptic future. This issue reintroduces Warlash with four tales of hard boiled crime noir terror. In "Phlegm Fatale" Warlash battles a biogenic beast in the sewers below Pittsburgh. By Frank Forte "Grubbs" introduces Warlash to the seedy underside of the city he is sworn to protect. Art by Steve Mannion. In "WormWar" part 1, a secret formula is stolen from an underground lab and Warlash must find out who by Szymon Kudranski. In "The Demon" , Warlash is confronted with a satanic rite and hellspawned beast they have released. Cover by Bruno Werneck.
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Action Packed second issue! Warlash, armored warrior of the apocalyptic future, returns. This issue continues the "Phlegm Fatale" storyline wherein Warlash battles a biogenic beast in the sewers below Pittsburgh. By Frank Forte. In "Enter: The Bladeviper, Warlash" fights a sexy blade wielding villainess. J.C. Wong's art is stunning. In the final chapter of "Grubbs" where Warlash battles a shape-shifting maniac. Art by Steve Mannion. In Wormwar part 2, a Warlash must find out who is building giant worms, by Szymon Kudranski. In "The Demon", Warlash is confronted with a satanic rite and hellspawned beast they have released. And finally "Tentacles", where an injection transforms a bum into something...more, by Nenad Gucunja. Cover by Bruno Werneck.
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Third thrill packed issue--Feature a short story written by Royal McGraw (Detective Comics, Batman: Battle for The Cowl: Commissioner Gordon) and illustrated by Frank Forte. "Rocket's Red Scare" pits Warlash against a biogenetically engineered villain who goes by the name of Trotsky De Sade, the crazed leader of the Gene Communist Militia. De Sade is a Neo-Cold War menace who has taken the form of Joseph Stalin to try to wreak havoc upon the capitalist pigs of Pittsburgh. Can Warlash and his new ally Vigil stop him? Or will De Sade be allowed to unleash his stalinococcus virus on an unsuspecting populace? In "A Touch of Deadly", a neo-noir tale, Warlash is deceived by a sexy D.A. to uncover a murder of an old Black Ops buddy. The plot thickens Warlash uncovers a Russian cyborg smuggling ring. Wrtiiten by Frank Forte and illustrated by Szymon Kudranski. This issue concludes the "Phlegm Fatale" storyline wherein Warlash battles a biogenic beast in the sewers below Pittsburgh, but the battle is not over even after the beast has been destroyed. Written and illustrated Frank Forte.
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