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When two strangers cast coins in a Central Park fountain, their dreams and desires become supernaturally intertwined. Cal wants fame and respect and Mary craves true love from her pro quarterback boyfriend, but destiny weaves a tangled fabric. From Mike Richardson (47 Ronin, Echoes) and Eisner Award winner Paul Chadwick (Concrete, The World Below) comes Best Wishes, a Woody Allen-esque tale of New York, meme madness, fame's price, and secrets of the heart.
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한 추한 오래 얼간이 . 하나의 아름 다운 , 얻기 어려운 소녀 . 한 사람 의 개인 지옥 은 느슨한 휴식 하려고합니다. One ugly, old douchebag. One beautiful, unattainable girl. One man's personal hell is about to break loose.
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More Box Office Poison stories from Alex Robinson! What you might not know is that there were several short stories featuring Sherman, Ed and friends which were not collected in the giant Box Office Poison collection. BOP! is an 88-page trade paperback reprinting all of those short stories including all of the SPXAnthology shorts, the Box Office Poison Kolor Karnival (seen here in glorious black and white), and some extra goodies. If you're a fan of the Harvey and Ignatz award nominated graphic novel, then you know you won't want to miss this collection. And if you've never read Box Office Poison, it's the perfect way to jump onboard.
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This 608-page epic story of Sherman, Dorothy, Ed, Stephen, Jane, and Mr. Flavor is a true comics masterpiece. Alex Robinson's completely natural and inspiring knack for dialogue makes this story of dreary jobs, comic books, love, sex, messy apartments, girlfriends (and the lack thereof), undisclosed pasts, and crusty old professionals one of the most delightful and whimsical graphic novels to hit the stands in years.
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Clumsy is Jeffrey Brown's debut work; a book praised by Chris Ware and hailed by James Kochalka as his "favorite graphic novel ever."Clumsy is the bittersweet story of a year-long, long-distance relationship, told through snippets of everyday life, drawn in a simple and elegantly awkward style that heightens the emotional impact and leaves you reminiscing about your own past love affairs. It also has a lot of sex.
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Coin-Operated Boy: Genesis loves a good one-night-stand just like the next girl, but the emotional baggage her boy toys bring to the table is getting to be too much. She wants a love without complications and she'll engineer the perfect boy to get it. Enter Daniel: Genie's creation. Coin-Operated Girl: Sara thought she was a girl just like any other, but when the reality that she's an android hits her, she hits back. Bursting out of the Oozora Tech building that she has called home her entire "life". Sara escapes into an alien world.
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He didn't get onto the most lucrative interstellar mission for the money--Paxon came to be reunited with the woman he loves. But his high-stakes journey takes him to a savage world full of the galaxy's most dangerous game, where the gravity can turn your bones to powder. And the reunion isn't all he hoped for, when they find themselves on a ruined vessel in a deteriorating orbit above the planet, trapped with their own alien prey on the loose.
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When Christie settles in the Artist Alley of her first ever anime convention, she only sees it as an opportunity to promote the comic she has started with her boyfriend. But conventions are never what you expect and soon the whirlwind of events sweeps Christie off her feet and changes her life. Who is the mysterious cosplayer that won't even take off his sunglasses indoors? What do you do when you fall in love with a guy who is going to be miles away from you in just a couple of days?
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It's Christie's second year at the Lakeside Anime Convention and the drama picks up right where it left off in Dramacon volume one! With her new partner-in-crime, a.k.a. artiste extraordinaire Bethany, she is promoting her latest comic. Matt is also back, but to Christie's shock, he now has a girlfriend!
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Autobiographical cartoonist Jeffrey Brown provides an epilogue to his Girlfriend "Trilogy,"detailing the day-by-day events of three week run in with five girls. Watch and be mesmerized by an ex coming back into the picture, a growing but poorly chosen crush, musings on the way friends come and go in life, and a realization that the end is never really the end.
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