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Since it was first published in 2005, Grimm Fairy Tales has been one of the hottest independent comics on the market. Featuring some of the most beautiful women in comics, Grimm Fairy Tales covers have been turning heads from day one. Collected digitally for the first time are the covers for the first 50 issues of this landmark series. With stunning artwork by some of the top artists in the industry including Al Rio, J. Scott Campbell and Eric Basuldua, this collector's edition is sure to be a fan favorite.
- Issue # TPB (2 days ago)
In 1992 a revolution was kicked off by superstar creator Jim Lee when he launched his game-changing publishing imprint, and the modern comic book market was forever altered. WildStorm Productions would go on to help revolutionize the industry and launch the careers of many top creators, including such names as Warren Ellis, Gary Frank, J. Scott Campbell, Adam Hughes, Brett Booth, Whilce Portacio, Tim Sale, Bryan Hitch, Dustin Nguyen John Cassaday, Humberto Ramos and countless others. Over the course of the last 25 years, the imprint, creators and characters have evolved in many ways, but will never be forgotten.
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It's hard being a monster... and even harder being a monster in love. Sparks will fly and hearts will be broken when the ghouls and ghosts of the DC Universe assemble to bring you the Valentine's Day Special that no one saw coming!
- Issue # Full (17 days ago)
Jem: Dimensions brings both new and beloved creators to the world of The Holograms! In a story by Kate Leth and Tana Ford, the Holograms throw a Dungeons and Dragons game night with Jerrica as the Dungeon Master, and even Synergy joins the fun! And in Sophie Campbell’s story, the Misfits (plus some NEW faces) take a break to go on a ski trip, when all hell breaks loose…and so does Pizzazz’s cat!
The Avenging Archer takes the stage in a collection of enough sensational solo adventures to fill anyone's quiver! First, watch out as Hawkeye encounters a genetically engineered monstrosity created by the insidious Secret Empire. But will this feral fiend prove to be friend or foe? Then, roll with the punches as Hawkeye gets battered by Batroc, assaulted by Oddball and trounced by the Taskmaster - all in a single thrilling one-shot. Finally, duck for cover when Hawkeye participates in a rocky three-part reunion! Ready, aim, fire - this Marvelous masterpiece hits the mark! Collecting HAWKEYE (1994) #1-4, HAWKEYE: EARTH'S MIGHTIEST MARKSMAN and material from MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS (1988) #159-161.
- Issue # TPB (18 days ago)
The second volume of the Eisner Award-winning anthology series set in the world of David Petersen's Mouse Guard. This volume features stories by Stan Sakai, Bill Willingham, Rick Geary, Jeremy Bastian, and many more of some of the most creative and talented storytellers in comics!
- Issue # TPB (22 days ago)
Everything you always wanted once a season! Delight in regular continuing features like legit publications with literary pedigrees! It all begins with the 10-page regular lead feature, Tales From the Black Crown Pub starring Stacey the barmaid by Award-winner Rob Davis (The Motherless Oven). Recurring short features include Canonball Comics: an exquisite corpse that will not stay dead kicked off by Jamie Coe (Artschooled) and Swell Maps by respectably divine music journalist/novelist Cathi Unsworth. Plus: Space CUDets rejoice: Live from a posh retirement village for wannabee 4-hit wonders we have co-writers/bandmates Will Potter and Carl Puttnam and occasional artist Philip Bond. Plus Plus: Special previews, creator interviews and behind the panel border secrets from Kid Lobotomy, Assassinistas, Punks Not Dead and much, much more!
Like its contemporary, Gang Busters, the crime comic Mr District Attorney was licensed from a popular radio show. The radio version had been on air since 1939 and DC was quick to advertise its popular pedigree with a cover banner reading, "Based on radio's #1 hit!" Its subject was the tough talking (and nameless) District Attorney, an implacable and callous force for justice who fought ugly and amoral crooks with colorful names like, "Smoke-rings" Thomson and teh Pittsburgh Kid. Mr District Attorney came along at the right time to catch a wave of crime comics and lasted for 67 issues.
Kid Colt was a Western comic book character dating back to 1948, where he made his first appearance in the comic series Kid Colt: Hero of the West. However, aforementioned series didn't last too long, at least not under its original title as it changed the name of the comic after issue four (although the covers had already begun the name change with issue three). This new title was, Kid Colt: Outlaw which is what it continued to be three full decades until the series finally came to a close after a two hundred and twenty-nine issue run. That makes Kid Colt the longest-running cowboy star in an American published comic-book , featured in stories for a 31-year stretch from 1948-1979, though from 1966 most of the published stories were reprints.
In the futuristic city of Delphi, a young digital-forensics investigator named Seneca finds himself embroiled in the bizarre murders of three church acolytes. Guided by his cryptic mentor, the Ruler named Hermes, Seneca uncovers a stunning conspiracy and a mystery that will turn his entire world upside down. From writer PAUL JENKINS (Inhumans, Wolverine: Origin) and artist HENDRY PRASETYA (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) comes a unique vision of a digital future powered by mythological gods.
“HOME AGAIN.” Tempest's child Cerdian looks on through his confused infant eyes as Atlantis struggles to survive without her true King, Aquaman. Red Tornado, Flash (Jay Garrick), and Superman team up to stop a flash flood in Ohio, but the Man of Steel and the Fastest Man Alive seem to have ulterior motives in “STORMCHASERS!” Simon Stagg is being haunted by the ghost of Metamorpho in “THE GHOST OF STAGG MANOR!” All this plus profiles of some of the team's newest members, allies and more!
- Issue # Full (22 days ago)