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Writer: H.P. Lovecraft Artist: Ian CulbardA tale of terror unlike any other: The barren, windswept interior of the Antarctic plateau was lifeless, or so the expedition from Miskatonic University thought. Then they found strange fossils of unheard-of creatures, carved stones tens of millions of years old and, finally, the unspeakable, mind-twisting terror of the City of the Old Ones.
Sees colonial trader, Marlow, recount his journey into the heart of Africa and his discovery of Kurtz, a company manager rumoured to have gone mad. As the details of Kurtz's dealings with the natives and his state of mind unfold, the lines between perception and interpretation of madness begin to blur. Continuing SelfMadeHero's acclaimed Eye Classics series, Heart of Darkness is revived for a new generation in a format perfect for the graphic novel genre.
by Andrzej Klimowski & Danusia SchejbalBanned for 27 years and initially published in a heavily censored edition, The Master and Margarita is probably the most important Russian novel of the 20th century. Written as a satire of Stalin's suffocating bureaucracy, the book has inspired Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses, The Rolling Stones' song Sympathy for the Devil and the work of many other international artists, writers and musicians. The latest in SelfMadeHero's highly successful Eye Classics series, whose previous volumes include Romeo and Juliet and Nevermore.
Following up on the success of The Complete Dracula, and Sherlock Holmes, Dynamite presents The Complete Alice In Wonderland. In this All Ages adaptation, writers John Reppion and Leah Moore are joined by Érica Awano for an adventure down the rabbit hole as the present the complete opening chapter: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland! Features issues 1 and 2 of the Dynamite series!
(w) Doug MurrayIt's 1967, and you are there but how long will the men of the 23rd Infantry Division be able to say the same? Marvel's groundbreaking saga of the Vietnam War continues with flashbacks on the front, worries in the world (a.k.a. back home) and murder in the ranks. Plus: the first appearance of Mike Ice, Phillips, one of the few soldiers who stayed with the series until nearly its end. Collecting THE 'NAM #11-20.
by Jeffrey BrownWhat if Darth Vader took an active role in raising his son? What if 'Luke, I am your father' was just a stern admonishment from an annoyed dad? In this hilarious and sweet comic reimagining, Darth Vader is a dad like any other- except with all the baggage of being the Dark Lord of the Sith. Celebrated comic artist Jeffrey Brown's delightful comics give a fresh twist to classic Star Wars TM moments, presenting the trials and joys of parenting through the lens of a galaxy far, far away, including lightsaber baseball practice, using the Force to raid the cookie jar, and Take Your Child to Work Day on the Death Star ('Er, he looks just like you, Lord Vadern, and the special bond shared between any father and son.Jeffrey Brown has written and illustrated numerous graphic novels and comics. He is the author of our Cat Getting Out of a Bag and Cats Are Weird. His work has been featured in McSweeney's in the U.S. <see inside...>
by Jeffrey BrownIn this irresistibly funny follow-up to the breakout bestseller Darth Vader and Son, VaderSith Lord and leader of the Galactic Empirenow faces the trials, joys, and mood swings of raising his daughter Leia as she grows from a sweet little girl into a rebellious teenager. Smart and funny illustrations by artist Jeffrey Brown give classic Star Wars moments a twist by bringing these iconic family relations together under one roof. From tea parties to teaching Leia how to fly a TIE fighter, regulating the time she spends talking with friends via R2-D2's hologram, and making sure Leia doesn't leave the house wearing only the a skirted metal bikini, Vader's parenting skills are put hilariously to the test.Jeffrey Brown has written and illustrated numerous graphic novels and comics. He is the author of our Cat Getting Out of a Bag and Cats Are Weird. His work has been featured in McSweeney's in the U.S.
by Bob PowellCult favorite Bob Powell was a master 1950s horror cartoonist delineating some of the most imaginative and incredibly drawn comics in the genre. His terrifying ghouls were as gruesome as his tantalizing girls were gorgeous! The introduction is by Eisner winner Craig Yoe and details Powell's comics career with extensive and revealing quotes from a recently discovered manuscript about his work penned by Powell himself. The front matter is profusely illustrated with rare ephemera and flawless reproductions of Powell's original art. Bob Powell's Terror prints a generous amount of horror comic stories carefully scanned and reproduced from vintage horror-era comics, many of them quite rare and expensive-if you could even find them! This beautifully designed 148-page library-quality full-color hardback book is volume two in The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics series.
Written & drawn by Jack ColeJack Cole is widely acclaimed for his brilliant work on his creation, the superhero Plastic Man. But he didn't just stretch people's imaginations, he also frightened them out of their wits! Cole's comics in this genre were some of the most grisly, horrifyingly gut-wrenching art and stories in the history of comics! In Jack Cole's Deadly Horror you'll read comic stories from the 1950s with titles like "Orgy of Death," "Hangman's Horror," "The Corpse That Wouldn't Die," "A Pact With The Devil," and many more spine-tingling tales. Introduced by Eisner Award winning comics historian Craig Yoe with rare art and background material. This large format full color book is part of the acclaimed Chilling Archives of Horror Comics, which includes Dick Briefer's Frankenstein, Bob Powell's Terror, and Zombies!
Written by Variantious Art by Frank Giacoia & Variantious Cover by Lee EliasVolume 3 is the monstrously great curated collection of the goriest, craziest, rarest comics that the U.S. Government didn't want you to see! David Colton in USA Today screams, 'The comic book industry's most obscure and outrageous stories of the 1950s!' Decapitated Dan screeches, 'Some of the greatest horror comic material ever to be reprinted!' Under the infamous melting face cover you'll witness under-appreciated artists Frank Giacoia, Nick Cardy, Shelly Moldoff, Bob Powell, Jack Sparling, Joe Certa, and Lin Streeter, masters of the horror comics genre!