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Part sci-fi, part horror, GREY is the story of a small town cop who must go on the hunt for the alien terrorizing his town. Shot with live actors on set and illustrated in Loaded Barrel Studios' unique "live-action" style, GREY has the look of a comic with the cinematic feel of a movie.
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You probably think Groo the Wanderer is the most destructive force in his world. Not so! Even at his most inept, Groo cannot destroy a village faster than the hogs of Horder. Theirs is an evil species that has existed forever and that spreads death and annihilation to this day. They control your mind, they control your body, and worst of all, they control your money. So what happens when Groo comes nose to nose with them? Find out in this latest Groo adventure! Collects the four-issue miniseries Groo: The Hogs of Horder. The prior Groo miniseries, Hell on Earth, was nominated for the 2009 Best Limited Series Eisner Award!
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For some reason, people keep buying these Groo collections. So, in an effort to make a quick buck, Dark Horse is releasing The Groo Inferno, featuring four "classic" stories starring everyone's favorite moronic wanderer, Groo, and his slightly less stupid dog, Rufferto! See Groo recover a magical amulet for an evil wizard, only to end up unknowingly owning it himself--giving the world's dumbest barbarian the power to make anything happen, with the expected ridiculous consequences! See Groo "defend" a village from pirates, in which confusion reigns and nothing is resolved!
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The Eisner-award winning bumbling barbarian returns for a hilarious adventure full of mistakes, misunderstandings, and cheese dip. We had the Fray of the Gods. Now we have the Play of the Gods--a tale of lust for gold, lust for power, and lust for cheese dip. As with all things Groo, it's brought to you by the award-winning team of Sergio Aragones, ably assisted by the lettering of Stan Sakai and the coloring of Tom Luth. The Gods themselves watch this story from the above so it must be good enough for you. This handsome volume collects all four issues of the series: in one package, you get a lot of Groo doing real stupid things and causing mass destruction. Just what you wanted!
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In the far future, humanity is caught in an endless war against an alien menace. The struggle is dominated by giant war machines called Gear. Only the best and the brightest are allowed to drive these war machines. The process of elimination begins in junior high. Teresa Gottlieb is a thirteen-year-old freshman at the most prestigious military academy in the world. A little while ago she saved the school from an alien attack, but at Gear School "a little while ago" is ancient history. Her status as savior of the school isn't cutting her any slack with her teachers, her classmates, or the clique that runs the school.
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Groo is BACK! And, oddly enough, that might not be the biggest disaster looming over the planet. It seems that things are getting hotter everywhere... that is, in those places where it isn't getting colder than ever before! The usual suspects Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier once again join forces to bring you a sidesplitting tale of the world's stupidest barbarian. Unfortunately, there might not be much world left by the end of their story! * ". . . it goes without saying that Aragones' art is wonderful. He hasn't lost a step over the years, and may even be doing the best work of his career here... " ComicsBulletin.com * "Commemorating his 25th anniversary, Groo stands tall as a comic icon, and if you've never followed the character before, now is a good time to jump on!" Wizard Magazine
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In the future, humanity is in a seemingly endless war with an alien race. The struggle is dominated by giant war machines called Gear. Only the best and the brightest are allowed to drive these behemoths. The process of elimination begins in junior high. Thirteen-year-old Teresa Gottlieb has just entered the most prestigious military academy, known to all as Gear School, to try to become one of those elite. But on top of all the usual troubles that a seventh grader has to put up with--boys, social cliques, hellish instructors--she also has to deal with three-story-tall robots and alien invasions! Teresa needs to learn that when the bell rings, the adventure starts.
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One is a cross-hatched Hyborian from the unforgiving steppes of Cimmeria. The other is a big-nosed buffoon from a land of cartoony chaos. Only in the addled brain of Sergio Aragones could these two mismatched warriors ever cross swords! Thomas Yeates lends his able pen to Mark Evanier's story of worlds colliding, as the indomitable barbarian Conan meets the insufferable birdbrain Groo. An epic crossover centuries in the making! Twice as much brawn as brains! Fantasy comics will never be the same! Collects #1 - #4 of the Dark Horse miniseries.
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The three most inevitable things in the world are death, taxes, and another Groo collection from Dark Horse. This one is about the other two: Groo and his loyal pooch Rufferto encounter a king who is forever raising the cost of living and an undertaker who drives up the cost of dying. So the kingdom goes to war against ... well, they're not exactly sure of that part yet. But they're definitely going to war. What a time for Groo to be trapped in his solemn vow not to kill! And if you think that makes him any less dangerous, you don't know Groo. He's even worse ... as the savage warrior, Odoman the Invincible, finds out the hard way. The Eisner Award winning team of Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier do it again ... and if you're thinking that "it" involves anything other than bringing you some of the best adventures of the world's stupidest barbarian, you'd probably be wrong!
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More than 50 million people believed Al Gore should have been President of the United States in 2000. He was practically groomed for the job since childhood. But this former Congressman, Senator, Vice President, Oscar winner, and Nobel Peace Prize winner followed a different path. One of the more fascinating, polarizing, and perplexing political figures in recent memory, Al Gore's life has been a contrast of opposites. From Senator's son to environmental champion, Al Gore is a Political Power.
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