Rick Veitch comic
The second in the ABC A-Z set of books, filled with page after page of material guaranteed to satisfy new and long-time ABC fans everywhere! ABC A-Z: Greyshirt & Cobweb explores the world of Indigo City's man of mystery and revealsthrough the sultry eyes of the enticing adventuress just how steamy crime fighting can be.
- Issue # Full (6 months ago)
Three printings exist of the issue, the differences between them can be identified by the fact that the cover of each printing has more blood then the last.
In an alternate world, we find the story of a blinded child with special senses who lived in feudal Japan. Growing out of the shadow of his father's failure, the blind youth emerged to stand against an evil overlord as the samurai known as Devil Who Dares!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
ABRAXAS AND THE EARTHMAN Rick Veitch’s unforgettable 8-part EPIC MAGAZINE series is finally collected as one mind-bending full color graphic novel! Abducted from earth by space whalers, Cetologist John Isaac endures physical and spiritual mutation at the hand of the mad captain Rotwang. Pressed into the hunt for a monstrous red-horned whale, Isaac finds his own destiny in the belly of Abraxas.Collects the "Abraxas and the Earthman" stories from Epic Illustrated # 10 - 17.
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
A lab tech travels back in time on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001 to try and get her husband out of the world trade center before it falls, but will the facts convince him before it's too late? A riveting tale of 9/11 by award winning master storyteller RICK VEITCH that exposes 'The Big Lie'!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The classic revisionist superhero saga that predates Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns! Rick Veitch's ground-breaking series has been called the last word on superheroes. It is a world-spanning, continent-crushing, over-the-top adventure story that brings the United States and Russia to the brink of annihilation... from both nuclear warheads and crazed superheroes-run-amok!
Tom Strong in "Skull & Bones" by Steve Moore, Humberto Ramos & John Totleben; Jack B. Quick's "Amazing World of Science!" by Alan Moore & Kevin Nowlan; Promethea and Little Margie in "Misty Magic Land" by Steve Moore & Eric Shanower; Greyshirt's advertising supplements by Rick Veitch; Top 10 in "DeadFellas" by Alan Moore & Zander Cannon; Tom Strong serial lobby card by John Cassaday; The First American and U.S.Angel in "The FIRST First American!" by Alan Moore & Sergio Aragones; The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen game by Alan Moore & Kevin O'Neill; Splash Brannigan in "Specters From Projectors" by Alan Moore & Kyle Baker; Cobweb in "He Tied Me to a Buzz-Saw (And It Felt Like a Kiss)" by Alan Moore & Dame Darcy; ABC Wizard Preview (reprinted from America's Best Comics Preview (1999) #1) by Alan Moore, Chris Sprouse & Al Gordon. Inside covers by Sprouse & Gordon. Cover by Alex Ross. Back cover by Gene Ha.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
From the pages of TOMORROW STORIES comes one of AMERICA'S BEST COMICS' most intriguing characters: Greyshirt! Who is Greyshirt and how did he come to be? What is the real story behind Indigo City's champion? Where did his career begin? Find out some answers in this 32-page issue with no ads!
What's the matter, bunky? Quagmire in the Middle East got you down? Economy in the toilet? Closest thing you've got to a social life these days is your MySpace page? Then have we got the miniseries for you! Laugh your troubles away with ARMY@LOVE: THE ART OF WAR, as Season Two of the wildly acclaimed satire by Rick Veitch (SWAMP THING) and Gary Erskine (THE FILTH) follows the raucous misadventures of a group of U.S. soldiers fighting the war that modern marketing says is winnable. This 6-issue miniseries provides the perfect entree into the comic book that Entertainment Weekly called 'amazingly racy and ruthless,' and that Variety said is 'full of the kind of wild ideas that comics used to do all the time.' It's more over-the-top sex, mayhem and human comedy that boingboing.net described as 'the kind of funny we need a lot more of if we're to keep from laughing ourselves into the grave.'
Discover how Vulko navigates the stormy waters of politics in the new Atlantis! Plus, the sea changes in Atlantean society since "The Obsidian Age" have unexpected consequences, and Profile Pages detail the history of Aquaman, his new powers, his friends, and his foes!NOTE: the "Family Ties" story is not included here.
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
Corporate exec Chad Roe had the "perfect" modern life. But the trophy wife, the prestigious job and the pills have always threatened to overwhelm him, and things go from bad to ugly when one night of debauchery hits the sobering light of September 11, 2001.Comics iconoclast Rick Veitch (SWAMP THING, Brat Pack) writes and illustrates a graphic novel as singular in its execution as it is in the events it portrays. Half the height of a standard comic, told in landscape format with over 350 pages of story, Can't Get No features Veitch inventing a poetry unique to the medium to tell the story of a man and nation torn by tragedy.Reeling from the financial collapse of his business, Chad Roe descends into a night of depravity, only to wake up a "marked" man – literally – his body covered in a permanent tattoo. But Chad will be only one of the many whose lives are forever changed after that Tuesday morning of September 11, 2001. Instead of picking up the pieces, he takes to the road, heading straight into the shell-shocked heart of America on a desperate search for salvation.
- Issue # TPB (2 years ago)
Vic Sage is a TV journalist with an uncanny ability to break difficult stories, thanks in large part to his relentless crime-fighting campaign as the Question! But has the faceless vigilante's particular brand of harsh justice finally sent him off the deep end? Prowling the meanest streets of his native Chicago, the trench-coated Question thinks he also walks in another world, a strange shamanic space full of shadowy dangers. When Sage hears the voice of Superman's home city of Metropolis, he answers the call. Is he crazy? That's the question.