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Blood Stain

Blood Stain

Mad science at its finest. Chemistry major, Elliot Torres has been unable to keep a steady job and eventually accepts a job by a rumored mad scientist Dr. Vlad Stein. Humorous hijinks ensue as their collaboration becomes epic.
Genre: Comedy, Mystery

Chickenhare: The House of Klaus

Chickenhare: The House of Klaus

Chickenhare is a hilarious all-ages romp--fun and exciting for kids, but edgy enough to make adults laugh hysterically.

Quack

Quack

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!

Get Lost

Get Lost

Love Harvey Kurtzman's original MAD? Then you will have to have Eisner Hall of Fame winners Ross Andru and Mike Esposito's historic satire and parody magazine, GET LOST. Originally released in 1954, GET LOST delivered three ground-breaking, laugh-filled
Genre: Comedy

Kang & Kodos!

Kang & Kodos!

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!

The Cor!! Buster Easter Special

The Cor!! Buster Easter Special

A smash hit with kids, the Cor!! Buster Easter Special brings together two of Britain’s most beloved humour comics for 48 pages of belly laughs and silly japes from some of the best creators around, including Buster & Delbert by John Freeman & Lew Stringer; Kid Kong by Alec Worley & Hilary Barta; Faceache by Matt Smith & John Lucas; Gah! by Keith Richardson & Tom Paterson; Deadly Hedley by Paul Goodenough & Rositsa Vangelova; Ivor Lott & Tony Broke with Penny Less and Milly O'Naire by Ned Hartley & Mick Cassidy; Sweeny Toddler by Tom Paterson; Swines Of Anarchy by Lee Langford & Pye Parr; Daisy Jones' Locker by Olivia Hicks, Sheli Paroline & Braden Lamb; Birdman & Chicken by Keith Richardson & Edward Whatley; Frankie Stein by Cavan Scott & Steve Mannion; Duck Turpin by Robin Etherington & David Follett; Creature Teacher by Lee Langford & Brett Parson; Grimly Feendish by Ned Hartley & Tom Paterson.
Genre: Comedy

The Cor!! Buster Humour Special

The Cor!! Buster Humour Special

Amongst the talent bringing the fun back to funny comics is John Freeman and Lew Stringer, with their strip “Who’s In Charge?”, featuring a hilarious host of comics’ greatest editors (including a certain Tharg The Mighty) to work out just who is responsible for putting the comic together!
Genre: Comedy


Cochlea & Eustachia

Cochlea & Eustachia

Continuing from critically-acclaimed 1st Volume published by Fantagrphics Books. Cochlea & Eustachia meet up with their ally, Fronky in this new adventure. This issue collects the first 32 pages of the story thus far. The next issue will be up very soon!


Trolls of Troy

Trolls of Troy

Trolls of Troy is set two centuries before the story of Lanfeust. It tells the story of Teträm, a brave troll, and his adopted human daughter, Waha. Men have decided to exterminate the trolls, and have formed a group of hunters with terrible powers. Teträm, must find a way to save his people.

Droopy

Droopy

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Baker Street (2000)

Baker Street (2000)

Humorous take on the adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

Rocky & Bullwinkle Classics

Rocky & Bullwinkle Classics

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!

Everybody Is Stupid Except for Me and Other Astute Observations

Everybody Is Stupid Except for Me and Other Astute Observations

Although a libertarian by inclination (hence the Reason gig), Bagge (who lives in the fuzzy-headed, liberal capital of the Northwest, Seattle) is hardly dogmatic, and many of the pieces undermine traditional party lines in favor of a rather personal, rational and informed take on hot-button issues that will force partisan Democrats and Republicans alike to rethink them. And of course, Bagge’s well-researched comic strip “essays” crackle with the same energy and wit that propelled him into the collective Gen X consciousness with his comic book series Hate...
Genre: Comedy

Bullwinkle And Rocky (1970)

Bullwinkle And Rocky (1970)

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Sparky Watts

Sparky Watts

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Popeye (1993)

Popeye (1993)

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Garfield: Pet Force Special

Garfield: Pet Force Special

By popular demand, we're collecting your favorite Pet Force stories from the past year, and throwing in an ALL-NEW story as well. You can't resist this extra-large helping of Planet Dorkon's finest!

Cuisine Chinoise: Five Tales of Food and Life

Cuisine Chinoise: Five Tales of Food and Life

From the mind of prodigy cartoonist Zao Dao comes Cuisine Chinoise: Tales of Food and Life, featured here in English for the first time! From insects looking for a meal made of ghosts to a man named Yuzi whose passion for cooking is the only hope of maintaining a family legacy, these wonderfully illustrated stories explore the rich and humorous lives of the characters within. This volume showcases the wonderful relationship between Chinese folklore and culture and food! The first work of esteemed cartoonist Zao Dao translated into English. Beautifully Illustrated book of Chinese culture through cuisine.

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