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Comic Books - Publications in the "floppy," "pamphlet" comic book format.

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Eightball #22 [Sold Out]

Daniel Clowes 27 vaguely interrelated stories set in the small Midwestern town of Ice Haven. Clowes' first stand-alone issue, complete unto itself, may be Clowes' best attempt yet to explore the often puzzling ways people interrelate.  Product Details...

Eightball #23 [Sold Out]

Daniel Clowes Set mostly in the '70s, "The Death Ray" is the story of a teenage superhero — part bildungsroman, part horror story, part superhero comic (yes), it takes the experimentation from Eightball #22 to the next level.  Product Details...

Eightball #3 [Sold Out]

Daniel Clowes "The Young Manhood of Dan Pussey" (with hilarious caricatures of Art Spiegelman and Gary Groth), "The Stroll," a "Duplex Planet" page, chapter three of "Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron," and much more. A perennial favorite!  Product Details...

Eightball #4 [Sold Out]

Daniel Clowes Special all-sex issue! Featuring Dan Pussey! ( that an oxymoron?) With "Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron," the last Lloyd Llewellyn story, a "Duplex Planet" story and the creepy, beautifully illustrated "The Future"!  Product Details...

Evil Eye #12

Richard Sala In the highest room of the campus clock tower, Kasper finds himself face to face with two-hundred-year-old murdering freak Massimo Ibex. Will Judy Drood arrive in time? Also in this issue, Peculia meets the brides of Dracula!  Product Details...

Evil Eye #6

Richard Sala Secrets are revealed, questions are answered and a certain villain realizes it's not a good idea to kidnap Judy Drood, Girl Detective! Plus, find out more about the enigma known as Obscurus in the latest Peculia adventure!  Product Details...

Evil Eye #8

Richard Sala Judy Drood, the two-fisted girl sleuth, finds herself facing the murderous owner of the scorpion pin: the grotesque enigma known as Ms. Moss! Plus, Peculia becomes the object of desire for a monstrous menagerie of mole people!  Product Details...

Fatty Arbuckle and His Funny Friends

This book compiles a jolly good number of the "Kinema Comics" from the 1920s featuring a legendary and controversial giant of the silver screen — Fatty Arbuckle. Also included are shorts featuring Mabel Normand, Snub Pollard and more!  Product Details...

Fuzz & Pluck in Splitsville #1

Ted Stearn This miniseries picks up where the graphic novel leaves off. Fuzz & Pluck work at Lardy’s and find a haven of small steady income...until Pluck gets fired. Our heroes are once again cast out into the world, but this time, alone!  Product Details...

Fuzz & Pluck in Splitsville #2

Ted Stearn Fuzz finds himself trapped in little girl’s room filled with a gang of stuffed animals, while Pluck must prove himself in his first gladiator game, a raucous free-for-all that leaves only one player standing.  Product Details...

Fuzz & Pluck in Splitsville #4

Ted Stearn Fuzz comes up with a way to defeat ferryman Victor's nemesis (a bridge) once and for all, with disastrous consequences. In the Machiavellian world of the gladiator games, Pluck is king — until he finally meets his match.  Product Details...

Fuzz & Pluck in Splitsville #5

Ted Stearn The Splitsville series concludes as Fuzz and Pluck struggle to survive after their worlds have been turned upside down. A mad race and a tug of war culminates in a fatal convergence that changes everything!  Product Details...

Goody Good Comics #1

Various Artists The only issue of Gilbert Hernandez's ambitious anthology is a testament to what might have been. With Rick Altergott's "Doofus," Johnny Ryan's "Greaseball", back cover by Jaime, and Gilbert's own, indescribable story.  Product Details...

Hate Annual #1

Peter Bagge All of the best of Peter Bagge from the year 2000 all in one place! With a Buddy and Lisa yarn (yay!) picking right up from Hate #30, an eight-page story introducing "Lovey," and "comics journalism" Bagge style!  Product Details...

Hate Annual #7

Peter Bagge Buddy and Jay get into a war over scrap metal, of all things. Plus the conclusion of Bagge's "Bat Boy" run, Pete does some bi-coastal comparin' and contrastin', and other odds and ends.  Product Details...

Hate Annual #8 [Sold Out]

Peter Bagge Buddy's back! His lady Lisa makes her first foray into show biz and gets way more than she bargained for! Plus 5 of Pete's science biography strips from Discover and other odds and ends from hither and thither.  Product Details...

Hate Annual #9

Peter Bagge Back to Seattle! It's the first full-length Buddy story in ten years, and it's a doozy! A family crisis forces Lisa to re-unite with her parents for the first time in 20-odd years, with Buddy and their young son Harold in tow! Ulp!  Product Details...

Hate Jamboree

Peter Bagge This recap/history/celebration includes a slew of exclusive material, including a detailed history of Buddy Bradley and the rest of the Hate cast and a big batch of rare comics, photos and illustrations.  Product Details...

Hate [Digital Comics]

Peter Bagge These riotous tales of the early 1990s subculture are more hilarious now than ever. Issues available digitally from comiXology.   Product Details...

Hip Hop Family Tree Two-in-One (Free Comic Book Day 2014)

Ed Piskor Two self-contained stories from Hip Hop Family Tree Volumes 1 & 2 as well as new guest pin-ups and content just for Free Comic Book Day! Make mine Hip Hop!  Product Details...

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