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Two cult classics clash for the first time in an epic crossover miniseries: ARMY OF DARKNESS VS. BUBBA HO-TEP. Ash embarks on a soul-searching road trip to Texas on a hunch that Elvis Presley may still be alive and kicking (and supposedly vanquished a mummy)! What follows is a series of universe-spanning events that involve an Elvis jumpsuit with special time-travel abilities, a trip to 70’s Vegas, plus the reveal of an evil new Book of the Dead, the Necronomicon Ho-Tep. Has Ash met his ultimate match when trading barbs with a 4,000-year-old, foul-mouthed mummy who sucks souls? Can his idol Elvis mentor him through a mid-life crisis before it becomes his final crisis? Join the adventure in a road-tripping, time-hopping groovy tale!
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Barbarella's never ending quest to repair her ship's regulator and be on her way takes a detour to Falladim, where there's a rush on for R.U.S.T.-Radically Unstable Space-Time! The rarest and most valuable stuff in the universe, even Barbarella can't resist its mighty call. But competition brings out the worst in humans and aliens alike, and the Siren of Space is about to see what the worst really is!
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The Femmes from the Future find themselves on a world entirely covered by oceans. That’s no big deal, what with Earth 70% covered, but for the desert-born Dejah of Mars, some water wings are needed, stat! Really, though, the endless depths are the easy part… it’s the creatures lurking in the unknown that are the real threat, especially the intelligent ones!
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When aliens have kidnapped Elizabeth the Second, UFOs are buzzing London, and Winston Churchill asks you to play dress-up…what’s a girl to do? Long Live Queen Bettie the First! Another chapter from The Secret Diary of Bettie Page is revealed! David Avallone (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark) and Julius Ohta (Sherlock Holmes) take you back to a 1952 you never dreamed of, in the second installment of THE PRINCESS AND THE PIN-UP.
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Mechanized weapons of hominid destruction, murderous swamp beasts, ravenous alien hybrids, and other bizarre monsters hunt for careless humans in Creepy Archives Volume 22, which collects issues #104 through #107 of Warren Publishing's infamous horror anthology! This era of Creepy finds the original magazines hitting themes such as deadly robots, classic horror creatures, sword and sorcery, and sci-fi terrors! This beautiful hardcover also features timeless tales by titans Russ Heath, John Severin, Len Wein, Bruce Jones, Larry Hama, Jim Starlin, Terry Austin, Alfredo Alcala, and many others--as well as all original fan pages and letters columns!
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Devious demons, domineering devils, vindictive aliens, and jealous mutants abound! We bring horror and spectacle to new heights in Creepy Archives volume 23, which collects issues #108 through #111 of Warren Publishing's flagship horror anthology! Featuring rare sequential tales from Auraleon, classic stories penned by Archie Goodwin and Bruce Jones, and work from celebrated Creepy creators Bill DuBay, Alfredo Alcala, Klaus Janson, Val Mayerik, Alex Nino, Moreno Casares, Jose Ortiz, and others! "With solid writing and unforgettable art ranging from ultra-realistic to bad-acid trips, Creepy rightfully holds a place in comics history." -Fangoria.com
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Uncle Creepy--your favorite cackling comrade--has put together an impressive assembly of creators for Creepy Archives Volume 24! Stories by Archie Goodwin, Bruce Jones, Larry Hama, John Severin, Alex Toth, Al Williamson, Walter Simonson, and many others are collected in this horrifying volume, featuring issues #112 to #116 of Warren Publishing's groundbreaking and experimental horror title. This tome is overflowing with classic collaborations, timeless terror tales, bizarre creatures, and strange settings!
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Another volume packed with classic collaborations, hideous creatures, and bizarre settings! Stories by Budd Lewis, Len Wein, Carmine Infantino, Pablo Marcos, Val Mayerik, and many others are collected in this terrifying tome, featuring issues #117 to #122 of Warren Publishing's groundbreaking horror title. Includes a foreword by The Goon's Eric Powell! * A New York Times best-selling series!
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Creepy Archives returns with more bloodcurdling terror than you can shake a crucifix at! Including bone-chilling tales by Nicola Cuti, Alex Toth, Bruce Jones, Carmine Infantino, Roger McKenzie, Alfredo Alcala, and many more, Creepy Archives Volume 26 exhumes more of the complete annals of the most renowned horror series in comics history! Nearly 300 pages of graphic ghoulishness by the finest writers and artists published in deluxe hardcover format.
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Bipedal shark creatures, tattooed assassins, cursed family trees, and time-travel disasters fill the pages of Eerie Archives Volume 20! The Rook returns in continuing, longer adventures by Bill DuBay and Luis Bermejo. The interlocking "Fallen Angels" stories show how supernatural justice comes to a big city. The tales of Mac Tavish: Hero of Zodiac V and Abelmar Jones: Supernatural Ghetto Detective continue! Creators include horror maestros Bruce Jones, Bill DuBay, Alex Nino, Russ Heath, Jose Ortiz, and many others! Eerie Archives explores all things strange and horrific to deliver timeless, shocking, and experimental short stories to readers old and new!
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The apocalypse arrives! Robots attack, alien invaders descend, and other threats strive to eradicate mankind! Fan-favorite characters the Rook, Darklon, and Hunter return, and Eerie issues #100 to #103 are collected! Brought to you by comic book titans Paul Gulacy, Jim Starlin, Larry Hama, Bill DuBay, Budd Lewis, Leo Duranona, Alfredo Alcala, Jose Ortiz, and more!
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Timeless tales for horror fans! Alien terrors and celestial double crosses abound in Cousin Eerie's latest collection of strange suspense and science-fiction fright! Collecting Eerie issues #104 to #108, this tome features stories by Bruce Jones, Larry Hama, Pablo Marcos, Paul Gulacy, Alfredo Alcala, Jose Ortiz, and more! Introduction by Frank Barbiere. * An arresting assembly of timeless terror and classic creators! * All bonus features, fan pages, and letters columns are included!
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Unnatural creatures, Satanic horrors, and alien revelations stalk our nightmares in Cousin Eerie's latest collection of spooky suspense and sci-fi thrills! Collecting Eerie issues #109 to #113, this volume features stories by Bruce Jones, Larry Hama, Pablo Marcos, Paul Gulacy, Doug Moench, Val Mayerik, Jose Ortiz, and more! "There's an astonishing assortment of style and craftsmanship contained in each and every volume of the Eerie (and for that matter, Creepy) Archives."--Mania.com
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Eerie Archives delivers nearly 300 pulse-pounding pages of adventure, horror, and wonder in a deluxe hardcover collector's edition. With stories unavailable for over 35 years, Eerie Archives Volume 24 is comics excitement for the ages! Clashing swords, alien menace, and harrowing adventure abound in the latest edition of Eerie Archives! Featuring stories by Victor de la Fuente, Carlos Jimenez, E.R. Cruz, Budd Lewis, Rudy Nebres, Jim Stenstrum, and others.
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Forty 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. "Do I recommend Joe Golem: Occult Detective? Absolutely. Without a shadow of a doubt. Yes."--Big Comic Page "Mignola and Golden have crafted a masterful story that I thoroughly enjoyed." --ComicBuzz
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More chilling tales of supernatural horror! Occult detective Joe Golem invesitgates two supernatural mysteries, while demons from his past seep into the present. When men are being driven mad by otherworldy voices in their heads, Joe's search for an explanation leads to another dimension, and a dangerous man who wants to harness its power. Then, Church leads Joe to a crumbling home where a young woman is being possessed by the ghosts of her family. Collects Joe Golem: The Outer Dark #1-3 and Joe Golem - Flesh and Blood #1-2.
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The Lobster is at his pulpiest in a pair of three-part stories drawn by veteran Lobster artist Tonci Zonjic. A trio of robots terrorize New York City, and the only thing more mysterious than their origins is their motives. When a pirate ship's ghostly crew appears on the Hudson River out of thin air, the harbor patrol calls on the Lobster! Collects Lobster Johnson: Metal Monsters of Midtown #1-3 and Lobster Johnson: The Pirate's Ghost #1-3.
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After years of captivating fans from the pages of Hellboy and B.P.R.D., the pulp-style adventures of Lobster Johnson take the limelight in this fifth collection of the Lobster's solo series. Collecting five Lobster Johnson one-shots featuring the Lobster in a Christmas robbery, a prison break with a familiar enemy behind it, an art museum heist, a preacher serving up more than scripture, and a zombie hitman! Collects Lobster Johnson: A Chain Forged in Life, Lobster Johnson: The Glass Mantis, Lobster Johnson: The Forgotten Man, Lobster Johnson: Garden of Bones, and Lobster Johnson: Mangekyo.
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When things may be at their lowest, Spencer Carbutt may just become the man that his father has been trying to make him amidst all of the explosions and meltings and giant insects making a mess of all types of infrastructure. Make sure you grab yourself a copy of the conclusion to the rootinest, tootinest, Martian-shootin’est comic book you did ever dang see!
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In the fictional world of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, the Escapist--the epitome of Golden Age superhero--was conceived. This anthology is a collection of the hero's history and his exploits, created by an all-star cast of comic book luminaries. The Escapist and his associates are heroes to all who languish in oppression's chains. They roam the globe, performing amazing feats to foil diabolical evildoers. From preventing a prison break and attack on Empire City, to facing a demonic horde in Japan, to crushing a galactic takeover in the year 2966, and to surfacing a sunken submarine from 300 fathoms, the Escapist brings hope and liberation. As the history of his creators, Joe Kavalier and Sam Clay, was chronicled in The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, now a multitude of the Escapist's adventures are collected here, along with the patchwork publishing history of the character. This volume also contains the adventures of the Escapist's associate, Luna Moth. The stories and art within are by amazing talent like Brian K. Vaughan (Saga, Y--The Last Man), Kyle Baker (The Fifth Beatle), Eduardo Barreto (Batman), Howard Chaykin (American Flagg, Star Wars), Gene Colan (Daredevil, Howard the Duck), Matt Kindt (Pistolwhip), Kevin McCarthy (Circuit-Breaker), Bill Sienkiewicz (Elektra: Assassin), Jim Starlin (Captain Marvel) and, of course, Michael Chabon. Containing a total of twenty-six tales, along with two never-before-collected stories, this volume also contains six never-before-published stories, as well as a robust gallery of pinups celebrating the world of the Escapist from artists including Brian Bolland (Judge Dredd), Joelle Jones (Lady Killer), Mike Mignola (Hellboy), Eric Wight (My Dead Girlfriend), Jae Lee (Before Watchmen), and more!
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Golden-Age superhero, the Escapist--master of elusion, champion of liberation--was conceived in the fictional world of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay. This comic book anthology contains a variety of the Escapist's exploits, and details on the history of the character. Master of elusion and foe of tyranny, from his secret headquarters beneath the majestic Empire Theater, the Escapist and his associates have been defeating the crooked and coming to the aid of those in need for generations. From obstructing the endeavors of post-war Nazis, to protecting the innocent from an attack on the World's Fair, to infiltrating behind enemy lines to free prisoners of war in Vietnam, and even to stymieing a hypnotizing saxophone player, the Escapist does not suffer oppression of any kind. A multitude of the Escapist's pulse-pounding adventures are collected here along with details of the publishing history of Joe Kavalier and Sam Clay's creation. This volume also contains a story torn straight from the pages of The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay: written by Michael Chabon, the tale of the mysterious Mr. Machine Gun. Also featured, from another Kavalier & Clay classic publication, Weird Date, are two stories of romance, crime, and mystery. This collection features comic book creators of legend, including Will Eisner (The Spirit), Eduardo Barreto (Batman), Jeffrey Brown (Star Wars: Darth Vader and Son), Howard Chaykin (American Flagg, Star Wars), Paul Gulacy (Master of Kung Fu), Jeff Parker (Bucko), Marv Wolfman (The Tomb of Dracula), Thomas Yeates (Prince Valiant), and so many more! Containing a total of twenty-two tales, along with three never-before-collected stories, this volume also contains five never-before-published stories, as well as a robust gallery of pinups celebrating the world of the Escapist from artists including Gabriel Ba (The Umbrella Academy, Casanova) Brian Bolland (Judge Dredd), Bill Morrison (The Simpsons), Fabio Moon (Serenity, Casanova), Tim Sale (Batman, Superman), and many more!
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Inspired by the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, this story of three aspiring comics creators with big dreams, small cash, and publishing rights to one forgotten Golden Age hero--The Escapist--is Brian K. Vaughan's love letter to his chosen medium. The lives of these creators Max, Denny, and Case--latter day versions of Joe Kavalier and Sam Clay--are brilliantly woven together with the world of their creations. Discovering his late father's decades-spanning vault of Escapist memorabilia at the age of six, Max became a fan of the Master of Elusion almost overnight. After exhausting the extensive stash of Golden and Silver Age comics, he needed more--and started writing his own Escapist stories. Now nineteen, he's determined to make the character a sensation once again. Together with his friend Denny Jones, and their newfound artist Case Weaver, Max relaunches The Escapist comics. Through a couple risky publicity stunts--including one that makes national news--the creators risk criminal charges to get the word out about their publication. Will it be enough to make the book a success? Or just enough to get them in jail? Interwoven with Max's struggles are the comic-within-a-comic stories of The Escapist himself, his ally Luna Moth, good old-fashioned death traps, betrayal, and a touch of romance. Mulitiple award-winning author Brian K. Vaughan (Saga, Y--The Last Man, Ex Machina) successfully crafts the perfect partner to Michael Chabon's masterpiece.
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Richard Corben follows up 2014's Spirits of the Dead with a new collection of original short stories, ranging from gothic tales worthy of Poe, to Twilight Zone-style encounters with the weird, to a full-length fantasy epic featuring a barbarian reminiscent of Corben's most notorious creation, Den, immortalized in the 1981 animated film Heavy Metal. Corben rose to prominence with short horror and science fiction stories in the early 1970s in Creepy and Eerie, which were later collected in Creepy Presents Richard Corben. He remains one of the most important voices in horror comics. In 2009 he won the Eisner for Best Miniseries as well as being named Spectrum's Grand Master, one of illustration's most prominent awards. In 2011 he won the Eisner for Best Oneshot, and the following year he was inducted in the Will Eisner Hall of Fame.
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From the Booker Prize-winning author of The Handmaid's Tale, comes the complete collection of the #1 New York Times bestselling graphic novel from Margaret Atwood! Internationally best-selling and respected novelist Margaret Atwood and acclaimed artist Johnnie Christmas collaborate for one of the most highly anticipated comic book and literary events! A genetic engineer caught in the middle of a chemical accident all of a sudden finds himself with superhuman abilities. With these new powers he takes on the identity of Angel Catbird and gets caught in the middle of a war between animal/human hybrids. What follows is a humorous, action-driven, educational, and pulp- inspired superhero adventure--with a lot of cat puns. Includes previously unpublished art by Margaret Atwood. Collects Angel Catbird volumes 1-3
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Intriguing tales of Crime and Danger! Extra issues #1-#5 in full color! Daring stories of cub reporters and grizzled newshounds, across the country and around the world! Collecting the complete run of Extra from the crack artistic talents of Johnny Craig, John Severin, Reed Crandall, and Marie Severin. Featuring a foreword by Mark Evanier.
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