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Memorial Day Mega-Blowout SALE!
Over 100 titles, up to 75% OFF now through Monday, May 27, 2013!
Please note: Many sale items are already backordered — our current supply is depleted — and some are gone completely. We will be restocking and filling backorders just as soon as we figure out how many of each title we need, but please note that your order may be delayed in shipping up to 4 weeks. With that in mind, we advise you to NOT choose rush shipping when placing your order! Coupons and other discounts do not apply to these sale items. Due to the high volume of orders please allow 1-2 extra days for processing and shipping of in-stock items.
Containing the best of Abel's early, self-published, award-winning Artbabe
series (plus other rarities), this book features her original takes on the young hipsters and seekers that populate her work.
John Benson, ed.
The story behind Basil Wolverton’s first EC art; Howard Nostrand’s last interview; art from the unpublished third issue of Flip
; Jack Davis’s WWII cartoons; plus EC era art by a host of greats.
A sharp suite of short tales, ranging from funny to terrifying to surreal to touching, all told entirely in pantomime. Jason's clean, deadpan art style hides a wealth of emotion and human complexity, leavened with a wicked wit.
Lorenzo Mattotti & Claudio Piersanti
He lives hand to mouth, this shambling lug of a man, wrestling with his demons and drinking himself into oblivion. Until one day his palms begin to bleed… A stunning, madly expressionistic graphic novel.
The first critical retrospective of the work of the reclusive Spider-Man co-creator traces his life and career, his stylistic innovations, and his philosophical principles, in a lushly-illustrated coffee-table book.
A bizarre travelogue through a nightmarish cartoon landscape. Born in a strange vulvic eruption in the desert, Basil sets off on a tangled, twisted quest through the wilds of sex, disease, religious belief and urban living.
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Collecting issues 11-14 of the series that makes South Park
look like Teletubbies
, plus strips from Vice
magazine. Sinus O’Gynus, Loady McGee and Boobs Pooter all unleash their worst, plus much more.
More of McKenna's incisive, informative interviews with cultural luminaries like Robert Altman, Elvis Costello, Dick Dale, Jacques Derrida, John Lydon, Joe Sacco, Orson Welles's assistant on Welles's last days, and more.
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Do ideas of war and enemies hold a people together? Is a culture of conflict
too seductive not to be irresistible? A galvanizing work of empathy and violence by one of today’s most thoughtful and accomplished cartoonists.
Prior to his Oscar-winning animation career, Deitch created one of the most unusual comic strips of the 1950s, about an odd little boy and his time-traveling adventures with historic figures, collected here for the first time.
Before Adèle Blanc-Sec
, Tardi penned this retro satirical adventure, a Jules Verne-esque "icepunk" tale filled with mad scientists, monsters of the deep and fantastic machines, rendered in a stunning scratchboard style.
Ben Schwartz, ed.
This essential compilation separates the signal from the noise by assembling the greatest lineup of comics critics the world has yet seen to testify on behalf of this increasingly vital medium.
A trenchant, funny, fact-based expose of the sleaziest U.S. administration since Harding (and the dumbest since Reagan) by world-class cartoonists: Steve Brodner, Seth Tobocman, Ted Rall, Carol Swain and many more.
Take the stark visuals and grotesqueries of Dick Tracy
, add the savage brutality of Taxi Driver
, mash them up and teleport it to Spain and you have this eye-popping European masterpiece. Introduction by Art Spiegelman.
On the way to school, Simon and his cat Jack take shortcuts that lead them through the kind of fantastic world that lurks just around the corner from reality and that only children believe exists. An instant all-ages classic.
Collecting four long out-of-print interviews in an oversized artbook format. An absorbing oral history of comics in the latter half of the 20th century, from an artist who single-handedly shaped it to a great extent. Heavily illustrated.
A collection of in-depth Journal
interviews with writers who led the ascendancy of writer-driven mainstream comic books: Chris Claremont, Steve Gerber, Len Wein, Steve Englehart, Gerry Conway, Marv Wolfman, Denny O'Neil, and Alan Moore.
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If life's conundrums perplex and mystify you, the remedy is at hand in this indispensable guide to life’s most worrisome and disconcerting social quandaries. These Golden Age strips are miniature masterpieces of visual humor.
Compassionately, but with a keen eye, Theroux traces Capp's transformation from a brilliantly funny social advocate creator into a much darker, haunted man who adopted the conservative politics he once criticized.
A lively, character-driven graphic narrative set in a fantastic, ancient milieu; a riotous, unexpected and postmodern take on the "barbarian" genre. With lots of previously unseen material. A ripping good yarn!