Saturday and Sunday are a pair of lizards living the good life, lazing around on a tropical atoll and fishing off the beach. But when Saturday comes down with a case of acute questionitis, the big mysteries—why are we here? how did we get here?—won't leave him alone. Only travel can cure his ills, and he sets off with Sunday in tow. What's a best friend to do but tag along? Together, the indefatigable duo have encounters both fanciful and philosophical in this charming and freewheeling paean to simple joys, curiosity, and friendship, fit for all ages.
It’s time for everyones favorite alien enslavers to take center stage. Experience these tantalizingly-tentacled “things from another world” as Bongo pulls back the curtain and presents the Rigellian rapscallions as you’ve never seen them before!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
When a cute little alien named ZED demonstrates his invention to the Hierarchy of the Galaxy, something goes wrong-- terribly wrong! Before long, ZED's universe is thrown into complete turmoil and our little hero must face nearly insurmountable odds trying to survive and save the very fate of his home world. Imbued with a dark edge, peppered with pure silliness, and wrapped up in a childlike sense of wonder, ZED's adventures will keep readers tickled and captivated from start to finish. Originally published in comic book form over a period of eleven years, ZED has been completely revised and remastered for this definitive edition.
Mike Friedrich created the Quack anthology series after Frank Brunner brought him a reworked Howard The Duck story that he was not allowed publish at Marvel. The series lasted six issues and was home to several serials, including stellar work by Sergio Aragones, Michael Gilbert and Scott Shaw!
The earliest comic book adventures of America's favorite moose and squirrel are collected here in Bullwinkle Classics. Presenting re-mastered stories from Gold Key Comics, enjoy all the classic moose-adventures!
The first in a series of anthology stories designed to shed light on the rich history of the world of Battlecats. Each issue is crafted by a different creative team and will enhance the already lush characterization of some of the most important felines in the millennia since Valderia's inception.
Chris is a young pastry apprentice who, one fateful night, sees his delicious creations magically disappear. He decides to get hold of the thief, who happens to be a peculiar sort of squirrel. Chris doesn’t know that the chase will lead to a fantastic adventure! The restaurant’s fridge is the gateway to the magical world of Fridgebottom, a country populated by myths and legends. In this new universe Chris makes the acquaintance of Hannah, a young elf who runs the Monster Delight pastry shop, and who isn’t so great at making pastry! Luckily for Hannah, Chris has a knack for inventing the perfect sweet delight for every palette.
- Issue #1 (one year ago)
This issue, Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories becomes Disney Comics and Stories and launches with an all-new #1! What better way to start things off than to present two tales featuring two iconic characters: Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck! “My Friend Mickey Mouse” explores the friendship and bond between Mickey and Goofy, and why nothing can come between them, and in “Oh, Grow Up!” Donald demands respect from his nephews. But will he actually get the respect he deserves—and if so, at what cost?! Get ready for exciting new tales and an exciting new direction!
The Penguins of Madagascar are back in an all-new ongoing series! In 'Operation: Weakest Link,' the Penguins are amazing as a cohesive unit, but what happens when you split them up? Skipper's new training exercise pairs each of the four Penguins with a different resident of the New York Zoo to see who can work best with one of those 'other' animals in a 'capture the flag' challenge! (Who wants to draw straws for Julien?) And in 'Rico's Bad Day,' an entirely dialogue-free story featuring Rico in his own solo adventure! We can promise one thing - it all ends with a BANG!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
TMNT Co-Creator Kevin Eastman and Writer Tom Waltz guide readers through a ground-breaking new origin and into epic tales of courage, loyalty and family, as the turtles and their allies battle for survival against enemies old and new in the dangerous streets and sewers of New York City.