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Fresh from his Eisner Award-winning efforts on The Hunter and The Outfit, Darwyn Cooke now sets his steely sights on The Score, the classic Richard Stark Parker novel from 1964. Parker becomes embroiled in a plot with a dozen partners in crime to pull off what might be the ultimate heist—robbing an entire town. Everything was going fine for a while, and then things got bad. Considered one of the best in the Parker series, The Score is the perfect vehicle for Darwyn Cooke to pull out all the stops and let loose with a book that has all the impact of a brutal kick to the solar plexus!
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Darwyn Cooke's masterful and multi award-winning series of PARKER graphic novels continues with Slayground! Parker, whose getaway car crashes after a heist, manages to elude capture with his loot by breaking into an amusement park that is closed for the winter. But his presence does not go unnoticed-a pair of cops observed the job and its aftermath. But rather than pursue their suspect... they decide to go into business for themselves, with the help of some "business associates." From then on it's a game of cat and mouse, one played out through closed rides of the abandoned carnival... a game that slowly starts to favor the mouse.
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The finale of our second Rocketeer Adventures Anthology presents stories with Cliff caught up in a riot in Los Angeles, and a history lesson that includes a crash course in... the Rocketeer! All this plus a surprise bonus feature-you're not going to want to miss this!
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The finale of our second Rocketeer Adventures Anthology presents stories with Cliff caught up in a riot in Los Angeles, and a history lesson that includes a crash course in… the Rocketeer! All this plus a surprise bonus feature—you're not going to want to miss this!
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The Murder of King Tut adapts best-selling author James Patterson's NY Times Bestselling novel in this exciting new series. As we visit the Egyptian landscapes back in the time of the Boy King (with art by Christopher Mitten), we also follow the trials and tribulations of his discoverer, Howard Carter, as he searches tomb after tomb looking for what most other archeologists are certain doesn't exist, the Tomb of Tutankhamen and the clues to his controversial and mysterious death (art by Ron Randall)!
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