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Jazz Maynard was born in the slums of Barcelona, surrounded by the sort of criminal element that gets under your skin for good. He tried to escape their influence by moving to New York City, but after ten years of living by his own rules, his past caught up with him, forcing him back to the streets that groomed him. Shadows of his former life have been waiting for him, and its time for him to face the inescapable. Jazz Maynard and his childhood friend Teo are not enjoying this unexpected reunion. Jazz had spent the previous ten years in New York, until just three days earlier, when he received a desperate letter from his long-lost sister, who had fallen in with bad company. Jazz did what any good brother would do--he rescued her from the bad company and whisked her back home to Barcelona, the homeland he left ten years earlier. But it didn't take long for trouble to catch up with him. Three days, in fact. Old criminal relationships are renewed, and Jazz's skills as a thief and bodyguard are put on display, forced into various underground jobs by foes both old and new. It becomes pretty clear why Jazz might have left, but the question now is whether he will ever be able to leave again... A complex tale of antiheroes and criminal agendas in deadly competition, with our hero trapped in the middle.
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Good 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!
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Volume 2 includes Pre-Code classics like "They Couldn't Die!," "Torture Travelogue," "Vanishing Cadavers," "Voodoo Canvas," "Good Bye World!," "Satan's Plaything," "Blood Revenge," and "Skulls of Doom!"
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You saw his work in Neon Genesis Evangelion: Comic Tribute...depicting the truth about Rei with great sensitivity...wait, that's not the right word. What's the opposite of "great sensitivity"? Well, whatever it is, Tony Takezaki's got it, in this collection of all-new stories satirizing both the Evangelion you saw on TV, as well as some scenes that apparently never got aired! SEE! Eva as a 1960s TV show! SEE! Kaworu and Shinji's standup comedy career! SEE! Ritsuko's days as Gendo's student intern! SEE! Eva Units, flinging dookie! You'll see all that and more, because this is Tony Takezaki's Neon Genesis Evangelion!
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