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The acclaimed series from Don Lomax continues in this second volume. ‘Journal’ finds out that when you’re in the middle of the war, there is no such thing as a non-combatant as he takes to the skies for the American policy of infiltrating deep in country with the helicopter forces. Picked by Entertainment Weekly as “a graphic novel you should own" and recommended by the Military History Book Club, Vietnam Journal is written and drawn by Don Lomax, a Vietnam War veteran.
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A collection of short stories from the pages of Deadworld, one of the longest running zombie titles in the comics market. It is a world that has suffered a supernatural holocaust and the dead rise to walk again. Yet this world also has intelligent zombies, such as the Harley-riding, chain smoking King Zombie and they threaten to drive humankind into extinction. Included in this collection is the very first Deadworld story, "Black Sabbath". The classic tales illustrated by the artist known as "the Deadworld artist", Vince Locke, are presented as is the introduction to one of Deadworld's most popular characters, the Dead-Killer. In Deadworld, death is only the beginning of the horror and this action packed assemblage of tales set in this zombie infested world illustrates perfectly the dilemma the humans face, not only from the hordes of zombies but from humans themselves. See why Tom Sniegoski, writer of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, calls Deadworld, "the best, in my humble opinion, of the zombie comics."
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The acclaimed series from Don Lomax continues in this fourth volume. “Journal” is a journalist who finds that when you enter a war, there is no way to stay as a non-combatant. The original series was picked by Entertainment Weekly as “a graphic novel you should own" and recommended by the Military History Book Club, Vietnam Journal is written and drawn by Don Lomax, a Vietnam War veteran.
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The acclaimed series from Don Lomax continues in this third volume. ‘Journal’ discovers that when you enter a war, there is no way to stay as a non-combatant. Vietnam Journal was picked as Entertainment Weekly’s “graphic novel you should own" and recommended by the Military History Book Club, Vietnam Journal is written and drawn by Don Lomax, a Vietnam War veteran.
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She is an operative for a special task force unit and the Seeker persona has become a popular icon for the American public. Secretly, she is LeAnn Masters - a woman who wears the mantle of Seeker proudly for she understands that she is Seeker and Seeker is her. But she's wrong. Before her there was another Seeker...and before that...yet another...and another. There has always been a Seeker. They may look different. They may "serve" different masters...but the role and legacy of Seeker goes back into the fabled past of a land that most don't believe ever existed. LeAnn may be the current Seeker but a former Seeker, Tracy LeMaster is locked up in a mental hospital for her story of being an incarnate of an ancient Atlantean force couldn’t possibly be true. But when Tracy LeMaster escapes, she pledges to reclaim the name of Seeker. And there is only one way to do that…she has to kill the Seeker.
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Sherlock Holmes confronts the split persona of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde! Holmes and Watson seek to uncover the terrible secret that is plaguing their good friend, the esteemed Dr. Jekyll. When word gets out that the doctor is allowing the deranged Mr. Hyde free access to his wealth, Holmes realizes that something, no matter how improbable, is wrong. But is the value of a friendship worth more than life itself? Holmes must make that decision.
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Introducing Saint Germaine, a man who has lived forever but has died a 1,000 deaths. The immortal Germaine is featured in narratives that not only chronicle his life, but mankind’s as well. In this opening storyline, Germaine has been contemplating the end to forever until he finds out that his longtime companion, Lilith, still survives. And Germaine not only finds out that Lilith is still alive, but that she wants to end his existence. Having tried to live a normal life, Lilith watched as her mortal family aged and died before her eyes. Tragedies of the world have unfolded before her to see and she isn’t sure there is a way to escape the pain of it all, except to end her life…and Saint Germaine’s. Saint Germaine - a critically acclaimed graphic novel.
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An illustrated primer to the most infamous serial killer in history! The shocking murder of five prostitutes in Victorian London ripped apart the society of the civilized world and led to incredible social changes. In this narrative of sequential comic pages, facsimiles of letters and notes, and pictures from the time period, a survey of the social setting, the victims, the investigators, and the possible suspects are all explored. In insight into the world terrorized by Jack The Ripper.
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The tale of the bug eating inmate from Bram Stoker’s classic novel Dracula. Possessed and impassioned with the zeal of a religious fanatic, Renfield struggles to grasp the need to serve the darkness against his own humanity. See why Independent Propaganda called Renfield, “…a truly classic tale in graphic format” and Comic Buyer’s Guide called “a gothic jewel".
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New York City... a blizzard… the world in ruin... the undead fill the city streets. Those few lucky enough to survive the initial wave of undead lie huddled together in power deprived buildings high above the streets. Kolin Fleet and his small band of survivors seek to get out of the city before the snow thaws and the Zombies are roaming free once again. Unfortunately, King Zombie has other ideas. All new story set in the Deadworld universe written by Mike Raicht (Marvel's ZOMBIE and SAVAGE TALES).
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Deadworld rebooted! A supernatural holocaust is unleashed and a group of teens look for safety and sanity in this zombie plagued world. When they come across an even greater threat than the walking dead---intelligent zombies--they realize just how bleak things are. See why Deadworld has been hailed as one of the essential horror titles of the last 25 years by From the Tomb Magazine.
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A unique tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. Here, King Arthur did not die in the last epic battle against his bastard son Modred and his evil army but instead continued to rule Camelot. However, the divisions amongst his men continue and he struggles to maintain control of Camelot. Modred also survived the battle and more of the bastard son is revealed as well as he plans revenge against his father. Collects issues 1 -4.
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The Legend of King Arthur continues in Volume 2! The evil behind all that is threatening to destroy Camelot is revealed and when that evil is unleashed, many knights will fall. And in order to save all that he loves, King Arthur realizes that he must sacrifice others as he can’t save them all. The Camelot Eternal concludes with Arthur’s fateful decision. Collects issues 5 - 8.
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Finally, the acclaimed series from Don Lomax, nominated for a Harvey Award, is available again. Vietnam Journal is a look at the Vietnam War through the eyes of a war journalist as it chronicles the lives and events of soldiers on the front line during the Vietnam War. Picked by Entertainment Weekly as "a graphic novel you should own" and recommended by the Military History Book Club, Vietnam Journal is written and drawn by Don Lomax, a Vietnam War veteran.
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From the dark mist of Raven Cove, the mysterious figure of the Scarecrow owns the night, terrorizing the British soldiers who reign with a tight fist on a small seaport village in the colonies. Set in the dramatic days before the American Revolution, a masked avenger seeks to maintain justice in the small town of Seaton. As the British seek to clamp down on the smugglers, only the Scarecrow and his "Freedom Riders" can stand against the tyranny of the newly appointed commandant of the town...one who threatens to destroy the entire town in order to catch the Scarecrow.
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The epic saga from Homer has influenced literature since the day it was discovered. Presented is a re-telling of the classic epic from the human perspective, rather than from that of the Greek Gods. Covered within the pages are the events that led to the extraordinary Trojan War. Her name was Helen, her beauty was renowned throughout the world. "The face that launched a thousand ships". In this struggle, great heroes, both in glory and in weakness, grapple in a conflict that raged for ten years.
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It has been called the turning point of the Vietnam War. Although it was a military victory for the United States, the ramifications of the Tet Offensive drove American public opinion against the war, led to the highest casualty rates of U.S. soldiers, and re-energized the draft. The Tet Offensive was the beginning of the end to the Vietnam War. Don Lomax's Vietnam Journal has been hailed for its realistic and thought provoking approach and its Lomax's skill in telling true tales of the war that brought such divisiveness to the American public.
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The final chapter of the original Vietnam Journal series. The Battle of Khe Sanh was a bloody siege as American Troops were isolated and under constant bombardment for over two months before the siege was finally broken. Also included in this volume is the entire four issues of HIGH SHINING BRASS, the follow up to the original Vietnam Journal series. Creator Don Lomax has entrenched his Vietnam Journal series as one of the most realistic graphic representations of the Vietnam War.
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First exciting issue! They were descendants of some of the greatest adventurers in literature from some of the great classics like Journey to Center of the Earth, 20,000 League under the Sea, Mysterious Island, Invisible Man, Time Machine, Island of Dr. Moreau, and others. Now banded together, they champion the pursuit of knowledge, the marvels of scientific exploration, and the wonders of investigating the unknown in the world around us. The Searchers is an action adventure series that can be equally enjoyed by adolescents as well as adults.
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So, you think you know the truth about magic? Wicca, Voodoo, Chaos, Tarot…call it what you will…but it is much different than believed. This is not the old school of speaking in rhymes and staged theatrics, there are fundamental elements as work on our everyday lives so powerful, so dangerous and cosmic, and they threaten to tear the very fabric of reality asunder. But who guards us against this impending onslaught? The Disciples, a misfit group of seers, magicians, and wielders of the Black Arts whose own internal politics pose as great a threat to their survival as any outside influence. The Disciples, whether they like it or not, are in the front line as their magic can be perceived on two distinct levels - in the human world they can effect change, control probability, perform conjuring tricks, etc. - but in the astral plane, the ether of magic, they can be very powerful weapons. And they are the only ones with this ability. And the Knights Templar want it.
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