Paul Chadwick comic
When two strangers cast coins in a Central Park fountain, their dreams and desires become supernaturally intertwined. Cal wants fame and respect and Mary craves true love from her pro quarterback boyfriend, but destiny weaves a tangled fabric. From Mike Richardson (47 Ronin, Echoes) and Eisner Award winner Paul Chadwick (Concrete, The World Below) comes Best Wishes, a Woody Allen-esque tale of New York, meme madness, fame's price, and secrets of the heart.
Welcome again to the world bizarre: the underground realm of World Below. In this second series, Paul Chadwick continues the quest in the subterranean world where six adventurers are in search of magic technology for the electronics magnate Charles Hoy. What strangeness lurks beneath Washington State? Evil trees, women in white tank tops, helpful chest parasites, and guns. What else does anyone need?!
Six adventurers descend to a vast underground world to bring back alien technology worth a fortune. But first they must survive. Creatures, machines, and things you wouldn't believe are down there. Paul Chadwick (Concrete) delivers rip-roaring SF adventure with a quirky psychological edge. This one's off-center; not quite what you'd expect. Standout qualities: complete, single-issue stories (!); Silver Age-style storytelling covers; and a parade of bizarre creatures that would make Basil Wolverton smile.
Magdin, prince of a mythical European realm, has a vision-a vision his father, the King, turns into military strategy. Once thought a simpleton, Magdin is hailed as a seer, but no one realizes that his visions are merely poetic retellings of history lessons learned from his tutor. But in a land torn by war and religious bigotry, a secret such as this cannot be kept for long... and soon Magdin is a critical pawn in a game of savage political intrigue.
Part man, part... rock? Over seven feet tall and weighing over a thousand pounds, he is known as Concrete but is in reality the mind of one Ronald Lithgow, trapped inside a shell of stone, a body that allows him to walk unaided on the ocean's floor or survive the crush of a thousand tons of rubble in a collapsed mineshaft...but prevents him from feeling the touch of a human hand. These stories of Concrete are as rich and satisfying as any in comics: funny, heartbreaking, and singularly human. Depths, the first in a series of collections reprinting the classic early Concrete stories along with never-before-collected short stories, includes the Eisner-nominated "Orange Glow" and "Vagabond," Paul Chadwick's autobiographical account of a cross-country hitchhiking trip. • "Probably the best comic being published today by anyone, anywhere.",Harlan Ellison • Paul Chadwick's Concrete has won five Eisner Awards and three Harvey Awards. • One of GQ's "20 Graphic Novels You Should Read."
Being a celebrity has its benefits . . . and its costs. Due to his status as the world's most unusual travel writer-being a thousand pounds of walking, talking rock will do that-Concrete is approached by a group of radical eco-warriors to see firsthand and write about their efforts to save old-growth forest. What begins as a lark soon turns into a harrowing struggle, and Concrete must decide whether to dispassionately observe or to join these people who would risk anything, even life itself, to save the planet. Called "the best comic being published by anyone, anywhere,"Paul Chadwick's critically acclaimed Concrete is at once rousing fantasy and grounded reality, as thought-provoking and challenging as it is entertaining. Think Like a Mountaincollects the 1996 Parents' Choice Award winning series along with bonus short stories, some collected here for the first time. This value priced volume collects Think Like a Mountain #1-6; short stories: "Like Disneyland, Only Toxic," "Stay Tuned for Pearl Harbor," "A Billion Conscious Decisions," "Objects of Value," "Steel Rain," various "A Sky of Heads" stories.
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The celebration continues with a brand-new, all-color Finder story by Carla Speed McNeil, a prose piece from science fiction legend Harlan Ellison, the return of Michael T. Gilbert’s Mr. Monster, and much, much more!
Dark Horse Presents is an anthology series, each issue collecting several new short stories. Some stories are one shots while many span several issues. DHP has been used to introduce new writers and characters, as well as telling short tales of existing characters.
Formerly Ronald Lithgow, Senate aide, speechwriter, and the least dynamic of men. But when he had his pudgy, soft body exchanged for on enormously powerful and encrusted with a tough outer covering, he chose to use the opportunity to become an adventurer. His plan: to mount expeditions, dare great things - and write about them to earn his way. His reach often exceeds his grasp, however. Things tend to go wrong for Concrete