P. Craig Russell comic
P. Craig Russell's Harvey and Eisner Award-winning first volume adapting Oscar Wilde's lyrically worded tales presents two stories. The Selfish Giant will not share anything of his until a little boy manages to open his heart. The Star Child is full of vanity, cruelty, and haughtiness - until he meets his beggar woman mother.
Collects Conan and the Jewels of Gwahlur #1-3, Conan and the Daughters of Midora, Conan and the Mad King of Gaul, and Conan: The Weight of the Crown.Conan the Barbarian hunts one of the world's greatest treasures! In an action-packed adaptation by P. Craig Russell, Conan seeks the prized Teeth of Gwahlur. But when he discovers that a former dancing girl is being compelled to pose as a long-dead oracle, can he use this knowledge to outfox his opponents on the hunt for the jewels? Plus: In more action-packed tales by top-flight talent, a king's daughter is kidnapped by a sorcerer — and only Conan and the girl's sister can save her! And intrigued by a leader known as the "Mad King of Gaul," Conan joins his army — but when tragedy strikes, will Conan be worthy to wear the crown?
P. Craig Russell, one of the most celebrated stylists in comics today, teams with rising star Galen Showman (Caliber's Renfield) to adapt one of theatre's greatest tales of betrayal, adultery, and murder. Taken from the Italian opera I Pagliacci, this special one-shot tells the story of a group of traveling performers driven against each other by conflicting desires, leading to a startling and bloody conclusion.
- Issue # Full (3 years ago)
A humble young monk and a magical, shape-changing fox find themselves romantically drawn together, but as their love blooms, the fox learns of a devilish plot by a group of demons to steal the monk's life.
With nearly 700 pages of clashing swords, malefic wizardy, and forgotten kingdoms-- and featuring spectacular adaptations of Robert E. Howard's "The Jewels of Gwahlur" and "People of the Black Circle"--The Conan Reader is a vast, priceless hoard ripe for the taking!Collecting a treasure trove of Conan one-shots, short stories, and miniseries from the finest creators in all of graphic fiction, including Kurt Busiek, P. Craig Russell, Fred Van Lente, Kelley Jones, Ariel Olivetti, and many, many more.
WAR IS COMING! Shadow Moon just got out of jail, only to discover his wife is dead. Defeated, broke, and uncertain as to where to go from here, he meets the mysterious Mr. Wednesday, who employs him to serve as his bodyguard—thrusting Shadow into a deadly world of the supernatural, where ghosts of the past come back from the dead, and a brewing war between old and new gods hits a boiling point. The Hugo, Bram Stoker, Locus, World Fantasy, and Nebula award–winning novel and upcoming Starz television series by Neil Gaiman is adapted as a comic series for the first time! NEIL GAIMAN! P. CRAIG RUSSELL! SCOTT HAMPTON!
After confronting Yyrkoon at the throne room, Elric escapes with Cymoril to spend an evening together. There, Elric reflects about his past and his role as the emperor of Melniboné.
Starting out as P. Craig Russell’s Night Music the magazine soon started to feature the title of the story then being told and calling it a # 1, Such as The Magic Flute # 1, however looking at the inside page you find that it’s still Night Music.This is actually the second comic by Russell called Night Music, the first of which came out 5 years before, also published by Eclipse, but lasted only one issue.
There came a time when there was great movement upon the earth and above it, when the destiny of men and gods was hammered out upon the forge of fate, when monstrous wars were brewed and mighty deeds were designed. And there rose up in this time, which was called the age of the Young Kingdoms, heroes. Greatest of these heroes was a doom-driven adventurer who bore a crooning runeblade that he loathed. His name was Elric of Melniboné...king of ruins...lord of a scattered race that had once ruled the world.