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Freaks' Amour

Freaks' Amour

Based on Tom DeHaven's acclaimed cult novel, one of comics' most powerful horror stories returns! In DeHaven's nightmarish America, the survivors of a nuclear blast,twisted by radiation and the contempt of the human population,try to raise money for surgeries any way they can. For brothers Grinner and Flour, that means everything from grotesque traveling sex shows for the normals to the ultimate drug,mutant goldfish eggs! This collection includes the complete series and the covers by Mike Mignola, Charles Burns, and James O'Barr, plus an original prose sequel by DeHaven, and Gary Panter's adaptation. * Introduction by Stephen R. Bissette! * From Phil Hester (The Darkness, Wonder Woman). * A shocking look at body horror and plastic surgery in a sex obsessed culture!
Genre: Horror

Songy of Paradise

Songy of Paradise

Panter’s version doesn’t rely on Milton’s words, but faithfully follows the structure of Milton’s Paradise Regained, with one notable exception: Jesus has been replaced by a hillbilly, Songy, who is on a vision quest before being tempted by a chimeric Satan figure.

Jimbo in Purgatory

Jimbo in Purgatory

In this spectacular graphic novel, Panter has transformed his protean punk hero Jimbo into the protagonist of a reinterpretation of Dante's Purgatorio. After years of comparing Dante and Boccaccio to find commonalities between the two, Panter developed a narrative of his own that includes literary and pop references regularly injected throughout the captions of the reinterpreted cantos.

Jimbo's Inferno

Jimbo's Inferno

"Jimbo's Inferno is the hugely anticipated sequel (or prequel, as it was actually completed first) to Jimbo In Purgatory. In this volume, produced to the same exacting standards as 2004's Purgatory, Jimbo, accompanied by his trusty guide and ride Valise, visits Hell (here envisioned as a gigantic subterranean shopping mall called Focky Bocky), and in so doing runs across minotaurs, drug-addled punkettes, UFOs, giant robots, and more, leading him to such profound questions as, ""Why do so many recreational activities involve smoke and heat?"".

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