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Eddie Campbell and Teddy H. Kristiansen have created a story that runs the gamut from comedy to tragedy, with some crazy mayhem hitting the high note in the finale! A mythical bottle of wine has been discovered in Spain. It's rumored to be the last bottle of wine made by Bacchus as a tribute to a beautiful woman, and those present at the uncorking will receive their heart's desire. With reclusive Norse deity Thor and Big Ginny, Queen of the Amazons, at his side, the old god Bacchus sets out to retrieve his treasure. The combined appetites of The Gizzard, Chryson, and an adventurer with a strange fetish for museums should be enough to turn any vintage wine to vinegar, but no one is quite prepared for what lurks inside this tomb of glass.
- Issue # Full (19 days ago)
For the first-time ever, the groundbreaking autobiographical comics of master cartoonist Eddie Campbell are collected in a single volume! Brilliantly observed and profoundly expressed, the Alec stories present a version of Eddie's own life, filtered through the alter ego of "Alec MacGarry." Witness Alec's progression "from beer to wine" - wild nights at the pub, existential despair, the hunt for love, the quest for art, becoming a "responsible breadwinner," feeling lost at his own movie premiere, and much more! At every point, the author's uncanny eye for irony and wry self-awareness makes even the smallest occasion into an opportunity for wit and wisdom. This edition collects the previous Alec books, as well as a generous helping of rare and never-before-seen material, including an all-new 35-page book, The Years Have Pants.
100 Pages! Money makes the world go round, as they say. And around. And around. Eddie Campbell is an award-winning graphic novelist (Alec, From Hell) whose work defies categorization. His latest book is a dizzying autobiographical investigation into MONEY. It's a voyage that takes him all the way from the imaginary wealth of Ponzi schemes to the real hard stuff on an obscure South Sea tropical island where he investigates the history of the stone money. This is no dry and dusty treatise on finance; any complexities are pleasingly reduced to the level of bubblegum trading cards. In here you will hear about the corporation that Campbell keeps under his bed; you will meet colorful historical characters and be taken on dangerous shark-infested sea adventures; and after that, we will all plunge to the depths to retrieve our loose change. Campbell's wry eye and vivid full-color artwork imbue the proceedings with real humanity, making The Lovely Horrible Stuff an investment that's worth every penny.
- Issue # TPB (4 years ago)
Eddie Campbell's Bacchus is a true epic, spanning a decade of work, over a thousand pages, and several millennia of alcohol consumption. It's Campbell's version of "an American-style comic book," filtered through his own brilliant, whimsical, and wide-ranging sensibility. Blending action, comedy, suspense, and an ear for a great story, Bacchus brings the gods and myths of ancient Greece to modern life, as if they had never left.
Fresh from its appearance in Out of the Vortex #5, super-team Catalyst, rallying behind its omnipotent leader Grace, has declared Golden City's secession from the United States; however, the Government isn't rolling over and playing dead, as they're unleashing a full-scale military assault against the city and its heroes. It's the Agents of Change vs. the U.S. Armed Forces in this action-packed premiere issue!
Shrouded in mystery, a secret society convenes with the supposed purpose of bringing new leadership to wartime England. One by one, its members are found murdered, the killings oddly but subtly connected by a thread only the Dark Knight can see... The mystery unfolds in BATMAN: THE ORDER OF BEASTS, a 48-page Prestige Format Special painted by Eddie Campbell (From Hell) and co-written by Campbell and Darren White. Campbell tells the story of a young Batman who must hone his new detective skills while using them to penetrate the veil surrounding the Order of Beasts. But can he discover the identity of the murderer while navigating the nighttime landscape of a city that's unfamiliar to him?
- Issue # Full (6 years ago)