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GRAPHIC CLASSICS: EDGAR ALLAN POE returns in a revised 4th edition. New comics adaptations are "The Pit and the Pendulum" by David Hontiveros and Carlo Vergara, and "William Wilson" by Rafael Nieves and Dan Dougherty. Plus "The Raven" in a revised adaptation by J.B. Bonivert, with "Annabel Lee" by the same artist as a new companion piece. Returning from previous volumes are "The Black Cat", The Tell-Tale Heart", "The Fall of the House of Usher" and four more terrifying tales. B&W.
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Tales from the Heart #5
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Tales from the Heart #6
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Tales from the Heart #9
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Tales from the Heart #8
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Tales from the Heart #7
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Tales from the Heart #11
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A symphony of shadows...a symphony of shudders. Beyond the Carpathian Mountains, in the land called Transylvania, there lived a monster that preyed on men and fed on their blood. It then crossed the great sea, driven by a greater need than the bloodlust, to seek out a woman of great beauty and great power. Nosferatu is comic adaptation of F. W. Murnau’s classic silent film of life and undeath that was derived from Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. Painted and done in expressionistic style to match the original intent of the film, this graphic novel pays homage to the great film. Collects issues 1-2.
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Back in Action! The "original action figure" is back for more thrills, more intrigue, more heroes and even more villains, as award-winning writer Steven Grant hits the ground running in this new ongoing series. Picking up right after the first mini, the reluctant, new Captain Action finds himself fighting a war that the world doesn't realize already has already been lost!
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A symphony of shadows...a symphony of shudders. Beyond the Carpathian Moutains, in the land called Transylvania, there lived a monster that preyed on men and fed on their blood. It crossed the sea on day, driven by a greater need than the bloodlust, to seek out a woman of great beauty and great power. Featuring the comic adaptation of F. W. Murnau’s classic film of life and undeath. The first issue of the expressionistic classic that was released as a German film in the 1920’s, it was notable for being the first incarnation of a filmed version of Dracula although the names were changed to avoid a lawsuit with the Stoker estate. However, the estate sued and all prints were ordered destroyed. Fortunately, some of the prints stayed available to allow the classic to come to light.
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