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Anthology comic

Calibrations

Calibrations

Anthology collection.

True Faith

True Faith

In the controversial and thought-provoking tale TRUE FAITH, a disenfranchised young man is exposed to the destructive and manipulative sides of faith and belief when he becomes caught up in another man's vendetta against God. After his wife died during childbirth, Terry Adair suddenly saw God as an obstruction to humanity. Setting out on a path of pastoral murders and church bombings, the faithless fanatic offers innocent bystander and witness Nigel Gibson a simple choice: join his crusade or die. Now forced to join Terry's atheist mission of devastation, young Nigel's eyes are quickly opened to the true nature of faith and how easily it can be used to destroy people.Garth Ennis' second profession published work, in which was first released serialized in the Crisis anthology by Fleetway. Because of religious backlash the collected trade paperback from Fleetway became scares. The series would find life again in Vertigo.
Genre: Anthology

Midnight Tales

Midnight Tales

Arachne bring home her college boyfriend, Lupus, for dinner to meet her Uncle Cyrus. While she is tending to the meal, Cyrus recounts the tale of an ancient scroll which contains Arachne's secret weaving technique. Over dinner, he tells the tale of how it came into his possession and the tragedy which befell his niece's father. Later in the evening, Arachne tells the tale of a little girl with tuberculosis preserved in a doll until a cure could be found. Before Lupus is allowed to leave, he must share a story of his own. He tells a quick one of a hunter searching for a creature, the last of its kind, which has traversed several continents. The hour late and the moon full, Lupus runs off into the night revealing the reasons for his anxiety while Arachne is left clueless at home.

Ice Cream Man

Ice Cream Man

Written by W. MAXWELL PRINCE (ONE WEEK IN THE LIBRARY), with art by MARTÍN MORAZZO (GREAT PACIFIC) and CHRIS O'HALLORAN (GENERATION GONE).

Sam & Max Surfin' The Highway (1995)

Sam & Max Surfin' The Highway (1995)

Anthology of Sam & max stories in their original Black and White forms with color bonus strips and gallery.

Wolverine: The Daughter of Wolverine

Wolverine: The Daughter of Wolverine

Collects material from Marvel Comics Presents (2019) #1-9.Wolverine stars in a story that stretches across the decades! What bizarre threat could require Logan to do what he does best every ten years? Who is the woman he is fated to keep reacquainting himself with? And how deep a connection do they share? Find out as Charles Soule — the writer who killed Wolverine and brought him back — unveils a hidden chapter in Logan’s long history! It begins in the final days of World War II as Nazis force a French sorceress to conjure a demon. But all hell soon breaks loose and reverberates into the decades to come. As the years pass, who is the strange woman who steps forward to aid Logan’s grim vigil? Could she be…Wolverine’s daughter?

Faction Presents: High Water

Faction Presents: High Water

With tales ranging from washed-up celebrity polar bears, to giant post-apocalyptic crabs, High Water takes the reader on a thrilling romp through a warming world. Contributors include Dylan Horrocks (Hicksville, Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen), Sarah Laing, Chris Slane and many more.

Marvel Frontier Comics Special

Marvel Frontier Comics Special

A special anthology showcasing Marvel UK's imprint, Frontier. Get acquainted with Bloodseed, James Owl , Immortalis, the Children of the Voyager and more! Your one-way entry point into the wildly creative mindscape of some of the industry's top creators!

Disney Princess: Friends, Family, Fantastic

Disney Princess: Friends, Family, Fantastic

A collection of outrageously fun and humorous Disney princess comic stories! See what the Disney princesses are up to in their everyday lives! Includes a few never-before-published stories, and new infographics for you to ''meet'' the princesses featured on the cover!

Raw (1980)

Raw (1980)

Followed by Raw (Volume 2).
Genre: Anthology

Aces

Aces

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Genre: Anthology

All New Underground Comix

All New Underground Comix

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Something Wicked

Something Wicked

Hired to investigate a series of grave robberies, private detective, Keith Ericsson stumbles upon a little more than he bargained for in the form of the late geneticist, Silas Mondrian. For several years the thought to be dead doctor has been hiding out in the protective confines of Erieside Manor, feverishly working on a cure for the Mega-Viruses. But as the story unfolds not everything goes as planned and for Silas, his latest experiment may do more harm than good.

WildStorm! (1995)

WildStorm! (1995)

An anthology series that featured different Wildstorm characters.

Dread Gods

Dread Gods

Ominous Press launches with the first of three limited series set in a science-fiction/fantasy universe of epic heroes and insidious villains. In DREAD GODS, gods in a fantasy world discover they're actually monsters in a post-apocalyptic landscape. Acclaimed creators Ron Marz and Tom Raney join with art master Bart Sears to usher in adventure like no other! Includes a backup tale by Bart Sears, and a wealth of added content.

Metal Hurlant

Metal Hurlant

Metal Hurlant is the realization of Humanoids' vision to bring together the best storytellers from around the world to create a universal comic experience. This bi-monthly anthology features stories that will become instant classics. Every issue of Metal Hurlant is an event, and it gets started with a bang as Avengers writer Kurt Busiek teams with artist extraordinaire, Gerald Parel, on the new story, "Hunter's Moon." This issue also features the beginning of the serialized Megalex story by the TechnoPriests team of Jodorowsky and Fred Beltran, as well as several surprises!
Genre: Anthology

Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular

Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular

DC Comics celebrates Robin the Boy Wonder’s 80th anniversary in style with an all-star creative team representing each iteration of the iconic character across eight decades of history! From the high-flying adventures of Dick Grayson to the tragedy of Jason Todd, the enthusiasm of Tim Drake and the arrogance of Damian Wayne, the persistence of Stephanie Brown and the rebelliousness of Carrie Kelley-the mantle of Robin has been worn by many, but always represents one thing: a hero.

Marvel Tales: Ghost Rider

Marvel Tales: Ghost Rider

Johnny Blaze, the flaming-skulled Ghost Rider, roars into action as we celebrate the 80th anniversary of the House of Ideas with the era-spanning MARVEL TALES! This anthology series shines a spotlight on fan-favorite characters, features timeless stories and highlights some of our most impressive talent from the past eight decades. First, legendary scribe Roger Stern explores the curse of Johnny Blaze — and the adrenaline-fueled origin of Ghost Rider — in GHOST RIDER (1973) #68! Next, Spider-Man has one of his most hair-raising team-ups of all, joining Ghost Rider in action against the eye-watering villain called the Orb, in MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) #15! Then, ask yourself “What if Ghost Rider were separated from Johnny Blaze?” in a thought-provoking tale from the classic alternate reality series, WHAT IF? (1977) #28! Let’s ride!

Romance Without Tears

Romance Without Tears

Here is a peerless selection of romance comics from their golden age: a revisionist anthology to challenge the widely ridiculed, tiresome icon of the "tear-stained face" that dominated the genre's later years. The heroines are lively, independent high school girls - liberated before women's liberation - who do the most outrageous things, make all kinds of mistakes, and never suffer shame, heartache or guilt, no matter what! Whether they're plotting to spend an illicit weekend with the boyfriend at a resort hotel or just trying to figure out how much to neck and pet, they always have a sense of self worth and are in charge of their fate. These bright, naturalistic tales by the unsung Dana Dutch fly in the face of the mindless, hackneyed stories that were such a staple of the genre...

Corny's Fetish

Corny's Fetish

Corny is a lonely guy with a crush on his next door neighbor. He watches her life from his window, and imagines himself in it. When bad things begin to happen, Corny knows he has what it takes to comfort her, but cowardice forces him to do it anonymously. Corny is in a tug-of-war between fantasy and reality, and at the center is his heart. This sweet story of an ill-fated romance of the mind is by Renée French, the crafty, twisted imagination behind the hit comic The Ninth Gland. Plus, two covers -- a front cover by The Invisibles' Brian Bolland and a back cover by Hate's Peter Bagge.

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