See It Here First! — Comics premiers of new comics creations — Mice Templar by Mike Oeming (Powers), Marc of the Vampires by Neil Vokes (Superman Adventures), Frankenstein Mobster by Mark Wheatley (Hammer of the Gods), plus the unveiling of a Super Secret Project by Frank Cho (Liberty Meadows) and Scott Kurtz (PvP)! But that's just the beginning! MFC includes works by such luminaries as Mike Wieringo, Adam Hughes, Jerry Ordway, Erik Larsen, Greg Horn, J. Scott Campbell, J. Bone , Scott Morse, Geoff Johns, Stan Sakai, and many, many more!
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.
They call their living, breathing environment The Host. They are the male supremacist society of The Gess, who occupy The Host's epicenter, known as Bedlam. They are embroiled in a very deadly war between the sexes on a WORLD WITHOUT END. To combat a revolutionary female energy that threatens their male supremacist order, the brutal leaders of The Gess unleash their ultimate weapon... the super-commando Brother Bones.
Everything you always wanted once a season! Delight in regular continuing features like legit publications with literary pedigrees! It all begins with the 10-page regular lead feature, Tales From the Black Crown Pub starring Stacey the barmaid by Award-winner Rob Davis (The Motherless Oven). Recurring short features include Canonball Comics: an exquisite corpse that will not stay dead kicked off by Jamie Coe (Artschooled) and Swell Maps by respectably divine music journalist/novelist Cathi Unsworth. Plus: Space CUDets rejoice: Live from a posh retirement village for wannabee 4-hit wonders we have co-writers/bandmates Will Potter and Carl Puttnam and occasional artist Philip Bond. Plus Plus: Special previews, creator interviews and behind the panel border secrets from Kid Lobotomy, Assassinistas, Punks Not Dead and much, much more!
When corporate con-artist Jack Fortune's life comes to an abrupt and brutal end, he discovers a business opportunity on a previously unimaginable scale. A mysterious Calamity has struck the afterlife, wiping the ruling body from existence and plunging the Empyrean - the great golden city of the dead - into chaos. The time is ripe for modernisation. With the vision, the business-smarts and a ragtag collection of allies behind him, Jack strives to reinvent the afterlife as a modern-day corporate entity. Establishing a new business is always challenging, but now Jack must balance the demands of a free market with rampaging archangels, a misplaced God and the dark secrets at the heart of their world.
Asylum Press brings you a giant flesh rotting collection of all-new zombie tales. Featuring an international cast of artistic talent. Szymon Kudranski (Spawn) brings us 'The Barber', a tale of the undead and the Mob. In 'Creature Converts', a cat lady's feline friends develop a taste for the flesh. In 'Feast', a gangster's taste for a delicacy becomes his end. In 'Hate', a zombie must confront what he's become. Billy George brings us 'The Undead Templars', a tale of the blind dead. In 'The Jiang Shi', we get a taste of Asian zombies, and Robert S. Rhine and Frank Forte deliver 'Zombie Brain Feast'. Other tales include 'Bond', 'Dead of Night', and 'Desert Church' - over 15 flesh-eating tales to shock and horrify - plus an all-new tale by horror master Tim Vigil!
Join Superman, Supergirl, Batwoman, Shazam, Green Lantern, The Flash and Shadowpact as they spread the joy of the new season in their own special ways. This giant-sized 80-page Special features stories by Greg Rucka, Judd Winick, Bill Willingham, Joe Kelly, Kelley Puckett, Keith Champagne, and Ian Boothby.
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The first three issues of Starlord came with free gifts - issue one came with a Starlord Trooper badge (there were six badges to collect - one per issue), issue two came with a folded-card 'space calculator' (which displayed facts on the planets in our solar system) and issue three came with a Starblast game (a 20cm x 16cm card with a wipe clean surface - played a bit like Battleships)...
From acclaimed authors such as Jean-Claude Forest (creator of "Barbarella"), Varenne, Beltran, Caza, Bilal, and many others come unique short stories rich with the inherent freedom of artistic sexual escapades.
Fantagraphics Books is proud to introduce American readers to more than 30 artists working on the cutting edge of the form. Spanish Fever is an anthology showcasing the best of the new wave of art comics from a country with one of the strongest cartoon traditions in Europe. It includes the work of masters of the form such as Paco Roca, Miguel Gallardo, David Rubín and Miguel Ángel Martín as well as newcomers like José Domingo, Anna Galvan, Álvaro Ortiz and Sergi Puyol.
Crypt of Dawn follows in the tradition of Linsner's previous anthology work Cry for Dawn. Once again this series is a collection of short stories showcasing ideas and talents to help them get wider recognition as well as a forum for Linsner's artwork and storytelling.Dawn and Tobias Esque get more outings in this series and help expand on their characters and stories outside of the main Dawn series of comics.
An embarrassment of riches. That's what you'll find between these covers. This is what happens when you let creators create — and that's the essence of the 2018 comiXology Originals creator-owned line. This year we're debuting at least 11 creator-owned titles from an incredibly diverse group of creators telling very different but equally compelling stories. ComiXology Originals also continues to bring exclusive manga series to readers. Did you know manga creators in Japan, known as mangaka, have a creator-owned tradition? Just turn to page 46 to take a look at some of the great previously unavailable manga we are bringing your way. Our mission at comiXology is to make everyone on the planet a comics, graphic novels, or manga fan. So we're making these books free to Amazon Prime members, as well as comiXology Unlimited and Kindle Unlimited members. Inside, you'll get a sneak peek at what's coming out this coming year. There is definitely something for everyone.
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Collects material from Marvel Preview #3, 7-8, 12, 16; Haunt of Horror (1974) #1-2; Monsters Unleashed (1973) #3-9; Bizarre Adventures 2#5, 33. Marvel's supernatural superstars star in lavishly illustrated tales of horror! And many of these bizarre adventures from the age of the black-and-white magazine are collected here for the very first time! Blade hunts, Dracula stalks and the Zombie shambles! Meanwhile, night brings the daughter of the diabolical Satana! You'll meet Gabriel, Devil Hunter! Discover the magic of Lady Daemon! Fear the Death-Dealing Mannikin! And brave the Haunt of Horror and the Vault of Evil! They're rarely seen creepy classics filled with werewolves, vampires and monsters unleashed - read them if you dare!
Indie comics' most sex-positive, lady-friendly, dirty little mini is back as a FULL-SIZED ANTHOLOGY! Smut Peddler began life in 2003 as a digest-sized minicomic, published by Saucy Goose Press. There were three volumes of those fun, beautiful, erotic comics, followed by a years-long publishing hiatus... Until now!
Future Shock Zero is a monumental comix anthology focusing loosely around the watchwords of SCI FI ASTRO PLUS. It is packed to the gills with talent from the razor's edge of the thunderground. Your eyes will be bathed in the soothing glow of all the spectacle contained within.
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Featuring stories by Nathan Fox, Lauren Petty, Jim Zub, David Winnic, Erica Schultz, Robin Furth, Clay Chapman, Hope Larson, Laurie Penny, Peter Milligan, and more!
Four colors that form the basis of comics coloring serve as the theme for this unique anthology series. The unifying color could suggest a mood, a plot point, a coloring technique-the only limits are the imagination of the creators!