Josie Schuller is a picture-perfect homemaker, wife, and mother—but she's also a ruthless killer! She balances cheerful domestic bliss with coldly efficient assassinations. From the World's Fair in Seattle to the beaches of Florida, Josie tries to keep her perfect family alive in a bloodstained new vision of the American Dream. This oversized edition collects the original series cowritten by Jones's longtime collaborator Jamie S. Rich, as well as the followup, which she both wrote and drew solo. Also included are the sketchbooks from both series and previously unpublished art. The ultimate collector's edition of the complete Lady Killer!
The United States... the late twenties. Like many others, the company Fisherman's Dream staggers under the 'crash'. In the midst of this economic nightmare, we meet a young girl, Dixie. The recent events will push her and her family to hit the road, in pursuit of the elusive American Dream.
In celebration of its 85th anniversary, DC Comics reprints for the very first time its first-ever published comic book, New Fun #1, the comic that transformed the fledgling industry by being the first ongoing title made up of new stories instead of reprints of newspaper comic strips. First published in 1935, this landmark comic book carried a diverse set of original content features cowboys, spies, detectives, funny animals, space explorers, soldiers of fortune and more, including features that were written by Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, the founder of the company that would become DC Comics. This tabloid-size, black-and-white comic is reprinted as a commemorative hardcover and will include essays by comics historian Roy Thomas and Nicky Wheeler-Nicholson, grand-daughter of Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, and more. Collects New Fun #1.
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Throughout history, the screen's mightiest monsters have clashed: in the 1940s it was Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman, in the '60s it was King Kong vs. Godzilla, and in the '90s it was Aliens vs. Predator! Fourteen years before the Aliens and the Predators met on film, they collided in the pages of a comic book. Now, on the thirtieth anniversary of that battle, the original comics stories are collected in one massive volume!
Plus: James Buchanan Barnes, Captain America's one-time partner Bucky, faces his first Christmas of the 21st century - and the truth of the terrible things he was forced to do as the Winter Soldier. And with Cap caught in a conflict he can neither take a side of - or understand - what moves can he make to try to redeem himself?!
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Malebolgia while giving a mission to Vandalizer tells the story of and epic warrior, a standard for all Hellspawn to aspire to...Brutal instinct, no remorse, no morals, Nordik... Norse Hellspawn !
Beltuek Cavern and Other Stories.The intergalactic couriers, Spaceman and Bloater, know no bounds! From searching for an ancient relic in the Norgan Jungle, to an adventure through a haunted cavern on the distant planet of Tolbein, This 50 page, full color, sci-fi adventure comic follows the exploits of Spaceman and his 3 eyed companion, Bloater.Written and Illustrated by Jason Piperberg (Artist of Raising Dion), and featuring "Beltuek Cavern", a brand new 19 page story, as well as all four of the previously released, shorter Spaceman and Bloater comics which have been re-lettered and formatted for this edition.Comics included in this issue: "Beltuek Cavern", "The Orb of Raahg", "Stranded for the Holidays", "Klick Klack", and "Cocoon".
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In 1982, Erik Larsen and a couple of his friends published a comic fanzine called Graphic Fantasy. The first and second issues featured Larsen’s creation, the Savage Dragon, then called simply the Dragon. Then, as now, the Dragon was a two-fisted hero, one minute sharing a tender moment with his wife and daughter, the next throwing a super-villain through a brick wall. This mini-series reprints those formative stories, giving the current book’s legions of readers a second chance to read the Dragon’s first adventures.
Eddie Gands is the sole survivor of Tommy "Mad Dog" Schultz's gang. The Punisher cut through them like a chainsaw through butter, and now Eddie's on the wind, traveling through the dark underbelly of the city is a desperate attempt to evade the crosshairs of the Punisher's rifle. His ony hope? An intricate web of back-alley connections that just might give Eddie home court adventage over his pursuer. That is, unless the Punisher is playing a completely different game.
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During the 1851 Great Exhibition in London, two women's lives become irrevocably intertwined when they both fall victim to a nefarious underground fraternity of ex-soldiers from England's upper crust who have sworn their lives to defending the British Empire—as well as their own decadent lifestyles. In this first volume, young rebel Jennifer Winterfield and the mysterious Kitamakura from Japan forge an unlikely alliance along with Jennifer's doctor uncle and a street urchin named Pickles. Together they lay the groundwork for a criminal organization that will go on to sow terror in the hearts of the colonialists and industrialists who tried to put them down.
This was a short series of comic books packaged with Ghost Rider toys. Each book was 6 pages long. Issue number 7 does not exist.
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This is the true story of William Alexander Morgan, the Yankee Comandante, an idealistic young American who found fame fighting in the Cuban Revolution. The blond American didn't speak a word of Spanish, but he felt his rightful place was among the guerilleros of the Escambray Mountains, fighting to bring down dictator Fulgencio Batista. Morgan was among Havana's liberators in 1959, an act that led FBI director Edgar Hoover to strip him of his American citizenship. There was a time when Morgan was international front-page news, on a level with Che Guevara.
From shadow-haunted Stygia emerges an evil undreamt of by even the most depraved minds: the demi-god called Sutekh. Born of an unspeakable blood ritual, he is the half-human progeny of the ancient serpent-god Set, sent forth to enslave Mankind in the name of his father and return the world to a primordial swamp. The new-born Sutekh leads a fearful army and uses powerful sorcery and a menagerie of demonic war-beasts to break the will of his mortal enemies as he marches forth to conquer the kingdoms of the Hyborian Age, defeating foe after foe - until he crosses the path of an older, battle-scarred Red Sonja, who has exchanged the life of a mercenary for running a school for sword-maidens. Can Red Sonja and her prize students, Lyla and Xoana, defeat the evil Sutekh and his private army of ghouls and devils with the help of the renegade Stygian priest, Sefkh, or are the Hyborian Kingdoms doomed to fall before the pitiless "Son of Set"?