Paul Pope comic
The extraordinary world introduced in Paul Pope's Battling Boy is rife with monsters and short on heroes, and in this action-driven extension of the Battling Boy universe, we see it through a new pair of eyes: Aurora West, daughter of Arcopolis's last great hero, Haggard West. A prequel to Battling Boy, The Rise of Aurora West follows the young hero as she seeks to uncover the mystery of her mother's death, and to find her place in a world overrun with supernatural monsters and all-too-human corruption.
- Issue # TPB (3 months ago)
7 years later and S has become an addict and is almost a slave to Heavy Liquid, but he doesn't mind. S then receives the Job of a live time. Working for the collecter S must find the one and only famous sculptor "Ronan" who disappeared 6 years ago. But is there more to the story than what first appears? And will it be as easy as it sounds? Definitely not!
The new graphic novel from award-winning creator Paul Pope! When Battling Boy's father, a warrior god, drops him on a world infested with bloodthirsty monsters, he leaves his son with nothing but a magic credit card, a trunk full of enchanted tee shirts, and instructions not to come home until he's liberated the planet from its plague of monsters. It's one kid vs an entire world full of monsters. And the monsters don't stand a chance.
- Issue # Full (10 months ago)
It is the year 2039 (one hundred years since Batman was created, wink wink nudge nudge), and technology is so pervasive that nothing is unknown by the government...nothing except for this mysterious "Batman" who has sprung out of seemingly nothingness. Now, a federal agent is dead, and this "Batman" is wanted for the crime. James Gordon (you-know-who's grandson) tries to maintain order in Gotham and find the REAL killer, while the feds are just obsessed with finding this Batman, and why he can exist off the screen.
A five issue miniseries by Paul Pope set in a futuristic world of 2038. A couple years after the series was completed, it was collected in trade paperback form, 100%. More recently the series was collected a second time, only this time around it was in hardcover.