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After leaving Marvel Comics at the end of the 1960s, Jack Kirby came to DC Comics, where he soon created the series of superhero comics known collectively as "The Fourth World." But before that came SPIRIT WORLD, a magazine that delved into the occult and the supernatural.
- Issue # Full (4 years ago)
In 1994 a lone nature enthusiast set out for what he thought would be a peaceful day in the woods. What he witnessed there would have a chilling and spellbinding impact on America, the nature of which no one could possibly have predicted. Now, award-winning investigative reporters Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier retrace his steps through those foreboding Maryland woods and exclusively uncover the true story of the three young people lost that fateful weekend...
- Issue # Full (4 years ago)
In the first of Bongo Comics' soon to be legendary Simpson Comics One-Shot Wonders, Ralph Wiggum takes center stage. In his first solo outing, Ralph has a day off of school, is left home alone, and becomes a role model to a new kid in town. Add in some short features by Sergio Aragonés and watch the chaos ensue!
- Issue # Full (5 years ago)
Attempting to ride away in disguise, Lash encounters the sheriff and his posse accompanying Sebastian's niece to the monastery. She reveals a third piece of the cross to Lash who offers to help the sheriff capture the bandits. The treasure is soon found and our hero rides off into the sunset.
Duke "Destroyer" Duck, a resident of an anthropomorphic world, goes in a brutal rampage against a ruthless company from another dimension that exploited and killed his only friend.The issue also features the first comic strip of Groo the Wanderer.
Matt Groening proudly presents an all-new monthly series by the world's most famous and most honored cartoonist, Sergio Aragones! Each issue offers an assortment of autobiographical anecdotes, perplexing puzzles, slap-happy short stories, as well as Sergio's unique and hilarious pantomimes and gags. With this new series, the world's most beloved cartoonist continues to prove that humor is truly a universal language!
Acclaimed Western novelist Peter Brandvold (Rogue Lawman, .45-Caliber Deathtrap) teams up with Bat Lash co-creator Sergio Aragones (Groo, MAD) to recount the origin story of the most unusual cowboy of them all!
Plop! was a Bi-monthly anthology comic featuring stories in both horror and humour genres. The stories were often hosted by DC's regular story tellers Cain, Abel and Eve. The title also featured the works by some of the industry's best cartoonists.
The gods did not bless Groo with brains, only with the ability to battle. Now, they themselves are in conflict over the spirit and future of mankind . . . and it is Groo who becomes the pawn (unwitting, of course) in their war. If the future of humanity depends on the wanderer—we're all in a lot of trouble.