Alias, Vol. 1 Omnibus
Brian Michael Bendis - 2006
Her powers were unremarkable compared to the amazing abilities of the costumed icons that populate the Marvel Universe. In a city of Marvels, Jessica Jones never found her niche. Now a chain-smoking, self-destructive alcoholic with a mean inferiority complex, Jones is the owner and sole employee of Alias Investigations - a small, private-investigative firm specializing in super-human cases. In her inaugural arc, Jessica's life immediately becomes expendable when she uncovers the potentially explosive secret of one hero's true identity. But her wit, charm and intelligence just may help her survive through another day. Thrust into the midst of a conspiracy that reaches the highest levels, has Jessica burned too many bridges to turn to old friends for help? Plus: Jessica travels to upstate New York to investigate the disappearance of a teenage girl rumored to be a mutant in a prejudiced small town, goes on a date with the Astonishing Ant-Man, teams up with Jessica Drew, the original Spider-Woman; and confronts the demons of her past. Collects Alias #1-28, What If? Jessica Jones had Joined the Avengers.
The Marvel Comics Encyclopedia: A Complete Guide to the Characters of the Marvel Univers
Tom DeFalco - 2006
A comprehensive overview of all of Marvel's greatest heroes and villains furnishes profiles of more than one thousand characters that document their individual superpowers and their careers, in a reference that traces the history of Marvel Comics and encompasses stunning artwork by some of Marvel's greatest artists.
The Uncanny X-Men Omnibus, Vol. 1
Chris Claremont - 2006
With a flair for realistic dialogue, heartfelt storylines and hard-hitting action, Claremont's writing breathed life into the characters. In collaboration with artists Dave Cockrum and John Byrne, Claremont crafted a run still heralded as a definitive era on the book. X-Men became more than just another super-hero title: this diverse cast of mutants fighting against prejudice and intolerance has resonated in the hearts of millions of devoted readers. Now, the first five years of their landmark run on Uncanny X-Men are collected in one oversized volume. This keepsake edition also includes all original letters pages, newly re-mastered coloring and other uncanny extras!COLLECTING: UNCANNY X-MEN #94-131, and GIANT-SIZE X-MEN #1.
Hellboy: The Companion
Stephen Weiner - 2006
From Abe Sapien to the secret origin of the world, this complete compendium is every hardcore Hellboy fan’s key to the mind of Mike Mignola, and the ultimate introduction for anyone looking to begin their journey in the weird and wondrous world he has created.
Will Eisner's New York: Life in the Big City
Will Eisner - 2006
Henry." - Neil Gaiman With an unparalleled eye for stories and expressive illustration, Will Eisner, the master and pioneer of American comics art, presents graphic fiction's greatest celebration of the Big Apple. No illustrator evoked the melancholy duskiness of New York City as expressively as Eisner, who knew the city from the bottom up. This new hardcover presents a quartet of graphic works (New York, The Building, City People Notebook, and Invisible People) and features what Neil Gaiman describes as "tales as brutal, as uncaring as the city itself." From ancient buildings "barnacled with laughter and stained with tears" to the subways, "humorless iron reptiles, clacking stupidly on a webbing of graceful steel rails," Will Eisner's New York includes cameo appearances by the author himself; several new illustrations sketched by Eisner, posthumously inked by Peter Poplaski; and three previously unpublished "out-takes" - treasure for any Eisner fan, and sure to become a collectible. Introduction by Neil Gaiman.
Jaime Hernández - 2006
Even though her love life remains as chaotic as ever, Hopey takes her first few steps toward responsible adulthoodwith a real job (as a teacher), while a demoralized, divorced Maggie ends up as the manager of a fleabagapartment building where she continues to wrestlewith the demons of her past most prominently in thestunning centerpiece of the volume, the graphic-novel-length Maggie serial, with its stunning, hallucinatorydream finale.Meanwhile, Ray still carries a major torch for Maggie, butfalls in with the Frogmouth, the volatile bombshell whoseties to local thugs cause him no small amount of grief.Of course, Maggie, Hopey, and Ray s paths continue tointersect in Hernandez s increasingly complex, intricate, and always vitally realized world.This omnibus volume compiles stories originally printed in the pages of the comics Penny Century, the one-shot special Maggie & Hopey Color Fun (presented here in black and white), and Love and Rockets Vol. II, and was formerly collected in the volumes Dicks and Deedees, Locas in Love, Ghost of Hoppers and The Education of Hopey Glass.
Lions and Tigers and Crocs, Oh My!: A Pearls Before Swine Treasury
Stephan Pastis - 2006
Collecting strips from his last two books, Nighthogs and The Ratvolution Will Not Be Televised, cartoonist Stephan Pastis takes you on a magically malicious journey over the rainbow and into the rat trap of Lions and Tigers and Crocs, Oh My! As in the previous Pearls treasury collection, Sgt. Piggy's Lonely Hearts Club Comic, the comic strips are annotated, as only the smart-alecky, misanthropic-but-lovable Pastis can do. Following his yellow brick road of notes, readers gain great insights into the making of such classic Pearls bits as Rat's stint as a New York Times reporter, Angry Bob, Pig's plastic surgery, the Mallet o' Understanding, Mrs. Bootyworth, and the fraternal order of the Zeeba Zeeba Eetas.A special bonus feature included in Lions and Tigers and Crocs is "The Good, the Banned, and the Ugly," a section of never-before-published and unedited Pearls strips.So go, as fast as lightning, to the Emerald City-or the cash register-and buy this book, before a twister drops a Box o' Stupid People on you!
The Complete Peanuts, 1959-1962
Charles M. Schulz - 2006
Shipping shrinkwrapped, with Volumes 1959-1960 and 1961-1962 packed in a sturdy custom box designed especially for this set, it's the perfect gift book item of the season.This set collects almost 1500 daily and Sunday comic strips, the vast majority of which are not currently available in any in-print Peanuts collection, and many of which have never been reprinted since heir initial appearance in papers over 50 years ago. Using archival-quality syndicate proofs for virtually every strip in its history, the series boasts the best-looking, crispest reproduction for a classic comic strip ever achieved.Peanuts is the most successful comic strip in the history of the medium. A United Media poll in 2002 found Peanuts to be the second most recognizable cartoon property in the world, known by 94 percent of the total U.S. consumer market and a close second only to Mickey Mouse (96 percent).
Jam-Packed FoxTrot: A FoxTrot Treasury
Bill Amend - 2006
It is one of the most entertaining comic strips in America.Meet the Fox family: * Roger, the sports-enthusiast father stuck in the middle rung of the corporate ladder. *Andy, mother and mediator of the family. Always wanted lots of kids. Now knows better. Her gourmet specialty?-tofu casserole. * Peter has never known a food he couldn't eat, but otherwise is a typical high schooler. Inherited the sports nut gene from Roger. * Paige. Egads, a freshman! Mall rat, Cosmo queen. Knows full well Mr. Right is right around the corner . . . or the next one . . . or the next. * Jason is the youngest sibling. This warped little genius' favorite pastimes include tormenting his sister and get-rich-quick schemes. * And finally, Quincy, Jason's iguana. Vomits on Paige's pillow when not sleeping or eating. What more could a 10 year old boy ask for?FoxTrot is a hugely popular comic strip, with twenty-three successful collections and nine treasuries. Appearing in over 1000 newspapers, three million FoxTrot books are in circulation. Jam-Packed FoxTrot features strips from Orlando Bloom Has Ruined Everything, My Hot Dog Went Out, Can I Have Another?, and How Come I'm Always Luigi?
Popeye, Vol. 1: I Yam What I Yam!
E.C. Segar - 2006
He was the most popular cartoonist of his day, his sense of humor coming straight out of Mark Twain, who also balanced exaggerated tall tales and a perfect ear for everyday speech with dark themes that undercut his laugh-out-loud stories. The series will consist of six volumes released annual through 2011.In this first volume, covering 1928-1930, Popeye's initial courtship of Olive Oyl takes center stage while Olive's brother Castor Oyl discovers the mysterious Whiffle Hen. Also, the entire cast meets the Sea Hag for the first time in their pursuit of the "Mystery House" (Popeye's first extended daily narrative), and Castor Oyl attempts to turn Popeye into a boxing champion in a series of hilarious Sunday strips. These strips are masterpieces of comic invention. Popeye's omnipotence pre-figures the rise of superheroes in the 1930s and 1940s, though Popeye is a much more sympathetic character, and his very name announces his vibrant personality. His mangled English pulsated with the vital spirit of immigrant America, its rhythm poetic in its own vulgar way: "I yam what I yam and tha's all I yam."2007 Eisner Award nominee: Best Archival Collection/Project: Strips; and Best Publication Design (Jacob Covey); 2007 Harvey Award nominee: Best Domestic Reprint Project; Special Award for Excellence in Presentation; Winner: HOW Magazine Design Merit Awards: Covers
Justice, Volume 1
Jim Krueger - 2006
the World's Greatest Super-Villains -- now in paperback. The Justice League of America is reimagined by fan-favorite painter Alex Ross (KINGDOM COME) and writer Jim Krueger (Earth X, Universe X) with pencil art by Doug Braithwaite (Paradise X) in this new softcover collecting the first four issues of the best-selling series! The members of the fabled Justice League of America are about to learn they aren't the only ones who can band together toward a common goal. The greatest criminal masterminds of our time appear to be acting in concert -- but with a surprising plan that seeks to achieve more good than the JLA ever could!
The Punisher MAX, Vol. 2
Garth Ennis - 2006
3: Mother Russia and Punisher Max Vol. 4: Up Is Down And Black Is White. In Mother Russia, Nicky Fury's got an assignment that needs doing. It's the kind of suicide mission any sane person wouldn't ponder for a second. And there's only one man for the job: the Punisher. Searching for a deadly retrovirus whose sale on the black market could bring the world to its knees, Frank Castle penetrates a Russian nuclear silo... and comes face-to-face with the Mongolian! And in Up is down and Black is White, mobster Nicky Cavella finally figures out how you take down the Punisher. How you get under his skin. How you send Frank Castle over the edge. But when Cavella's scheme unleashes a wave of violence that rocks New York to its core, other predators start to come out of the darkness. There are scores to be settled. Blood to be spilled. When the world turns upside-down, will the killing and carnage ever end? Can even the Punisher go too far...? Collects Punisher #13-24.
Captain America: Winter Soldier, Volume 1
Ed Brubaker - 2006
But the corpse he finds on the Helicarrier brings him face-to-face with the unthinkable, and opens doors to terror and manipulation he never dreamed possible! It's a new beginning as four-time Eisner-nominated Best Writer Ed Brubaker makes his Marvel debut, joined by white-hot artist Steve Epting. As the new regular creative team, they will take Cap's life in directions fans will never see coming!Collecting: Captain America 1-7
NextWave: Agents of H.A.T.E., Vol. 1: This is What They Want
Warren Ellis - 2006
(a subsidiary of the Beyond Corporation®) put NextWave together to fight Bizarre Weapons of Mass Destruction. When NextWave discovers that H.A.T.E. and Beyond are terrorist cells themselves, and that the BWMDs were intended to kill them, they are less than pleased. In fact, they are rather angry. So they make things explode. Lots of things. Starring Monica Rambeau (formerly Captain Marvel and Photon), Aaron Stack (Machine Man), Tabitha Smith (X-Force's Meltdown), monster-hunter Elsa Bloodstone and the Captain! Guest-starring Fin Fang Foom!Collecting: NextWave: Agents of H.A.T.E. 1-6
Sonic the Hedgehog Archives: Volume 1
Michael Gallagher - 2006
Now over a decade later, "the blue blur" can lay claim to having the most successful comic book career of all video game heroes! Travel back in time to where it all began in SONIC THE HEDGEHOG ARCHIVES, a thrilling series of upscale reprints that lets you revisit Sonic's early days in a premium yet affordable format. Each story is meticulously restored and printed on high-grade paper-so you can feel like you're sipping right alongside the cobal champion as he saves Knothole Village! In Volume 1, you can relive these classic stories from SONIC THE HEDGEHOG issues #1 through #4...or enjoy them for the very first time!
Krazy and Ignatz, 1937-1938: Shifting Sands Dusts Its Cheeks in Powdered Beauty
George Herriman - 2006
The gorgeous evolution continues in the second color volume, which includes the Sunday strips from all of 1937 and 1938. The color format opens the floodgates for a massive amount of spectacular rare color art from series editor Bill Blackbeard and designer Chris Ware's files. Krazy Kat is a love story, focusing on the relationships of its three main characters. Each of the characters was ignorant of the others' true motivations, and this simple structure allowed Herriman to build entire worlds of meaning into the actions, building thematic depth and sweeping his readers up by the looping verbal rhythms of Krazy Co.'s unique dialogue.Most of these strips in this volume have not seen print since originally running in Hearst newspapers over 70 years ago. With a full 104 Sunday pages this time around, this particular book is jam packed with little room for extras, but we did squeeze in a half-dozen or so pages' worth of never-before-seen Herriman memorabilia (all in color), including a spectacular full-color New Year's card illustration done for a friend.
Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall
Bill WillinghamMark Wheatley - 2006
Traveling to Arabia as an ambassador from the exiled Fables community, Snow White is captured by the local sultan who wants to marry her (and then kill her). But clever Snow attempts to charm the sultan instead by playing Scheherazade, telling him fantastic stories for a total of 1001 nights, saving her very skin in the process.Running the gamut from unexpected horror to dark intrigue to mercurial coming-of-age, Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall reveals the secret histories of familiar Fables characters through a series of compelling and visually illustrative tales. Writer Bill Willingham is joined by an impressive array of artists from comic book industry legends to the amazing young painters of the next wave. Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall is both a welcome entry point to the critically acclaimed series and an essential part of Willingham's enchanting and imaginative Fables mythos.
99 Percent Perspiration: A Frazz Collection
Jef Mallett - 2006
Frazz is cool. Frazz is . . . a hit! Take one successful and secure songwriter, put him on the steering end of a janitor's broom, and drop him into the world of elementary education. And with that, if Jef Mallett's calling the creative shots, you have the makings of one of the most flourishing new comic strips to come along in years.Frazz follows the life and loves of one Edwin Frazier, aka Frazz, as he writes more best-selling lyrics, ponders the world's greatest literature and deepest mysteries with an 8-year-old genius, and interacts with the menagerie of other faculty and staff members. What results is a wild mix of witty observations and outright slapstick that amuses while causing you to see the world in a new light.99 Percent Perspiration is the second collection of this very popular strip that appears in more than 150 newspapers worldwide, including the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and Chicago Tribune. Frazz was nominated in 2004 as one of the best comic strips of the year by the National Cartoonists Society. It has also received two Wilbur awards for ethics and values.
Luiz Eduardo de Oliveira (Leo) - 2006
The first ship, with over 3,000 people onboard, arrived without incident and remained in orbit while a team of technicians went down to the surface to prepare for the colonists’ arrival. Soon afterwards, all communication with Earth mysteriously ceased. It took six years for Earth finally to send a rescue mission to Betelgeuse in order to find out what had happened a small mission, with a reduced crew of only three: two astronauts and young Kim, now 24, who had just finished her biology studies on Earth. Once more, she would be swept into a series of events, often tragic and extraordinary, that would eventually change her life forever. After the six months she would spend on Betelgeuse, world of green canyons, she would never be the same person again.
The EC Archives: Weird Science Volume 1
Harvey Kurtzman - 2006
Included are stories by Al Feldstein, Bill Gaines and others with art by legendary illustrators such as Wally Wood, Harvey Kurtzman, Joe Orlando, Jack Kamen, Feldstein and others from the first six issues of this pivotal comic book title. Find out what made EC among the most influential comic book lines ever in this complete and newly re-colored collection. This volume reprints the first six complete issues (24 stories) of the comic book Weird Science, originally published in 1950, and features science fiction and fantasy stories, flying saucers, aliens, other worlds, space travel, similar to the first science fiction movies of the same period.
The Punisher MAX: From First to Last
Garth Ennis - 2006
'The Tyger', where Frank's journey eventually turns him into the man known as the Punisher, and comes face to face with the Tyger; 'The Cell', where Frank weaves his way through the bloodstained halls; and, 'The End', where he's heading home, to the place it all began, and heaven help anyone who stands in his path.Collects: Punisher: The Tyger #1, Punisher: The Cell #1 and Punisher: The End #1.
Garfield Fat Cat 3-Pack: Vol 13
Jim Davis - 2006
Some cats chase mice; Garfield prefers to take legal action. When down on the farm, the city kitty puts up with-and puts down-Jon and his barnyard brother. No wonder Garfield’s often in a bad mood.But no matter what, he’s always in the mood for food!The GARFIELD FAT CAT 3-PACK series collects the GARFIELD comic-strip compilation books in a new, full-color format. Garfield may have gone through a few changes, but one thing has stayed the same: his enormous appetite for food and fun. So enjoy some super sized laughs with the insatiable cat, because too much fun is never enough!GARFIELD BEEFS UPGARFIELD GETS COOKIN’GARFIELD EATS CROW
Krishna And Rukmini (Amar Chitra Katha)
Kamala Chandrakant - 2006
It is a popular lovers' tale, rather unique in India. Marriages in India have traditionally been set by parents. However, princely families sometimes held bride's choice contests. In the case of Rukmini, daughter of the king of Vidarbha. Her father and brother had settled on Shishupala whom she detested. Her mind was set on Krishna of whose exploits she had heard. But there was to be no bride's choice event. So Rukmini takes the initiative by writing a letter to Krishna and sends it through a confidant. Krishna who also had heard of her, decides to act on the letter. Krishna and Balarama arrive in Rukmini's town and whisk her away on their chariot to their capital Dvaraka. Balarama fights Shishupala and defeats him.
The Punisher Max by Garth Ennis Omnibus, Vol. 1
Garth Ennis - 2006
And in the modern day, Punisher's old partner Microchip resurfaces with a startling offer! Nick Fury has a proposition, too - a dangerous mission involving a Siberian nuclear missile silo and a lethal retrovirus. But Castle's actions set off a chain reaction that will bring him into confl ict with a ruthless Russian general - and take the world to the brink of war. Plus, mobster Nicky Cavella returns to plague the Punisher - and a wave of violence rocks New York to its core! COLLECTING: BORN 1-4, PUNISHER (2004) 1-30
Pure Ducky Goodness
Dave Kellett - 2006
Take it with you wherever your jet-setting life may lead you - and enjoy the adventures of a 10-year-old software billionaire, his pet duck and the grandfather that raises them both. It's a wonderful mix of everyday family humor, pop culture references and the surreal!
A Baby Blues Treasury: Framed!
Rick Kirkman - 2006
. . welcome to another year in the life of the never-a-dull-moment McPherson family. While sister Zoe and brother Hammie's budding sibling rivalry reaches new heights (and volumes), baby Wren is making great strides of her own. With the advent of "the climbing phase" no coffee table, countertop, or bookshelf is too high.For years, the team of Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott have given readers a too-funny-to-be-true, too-real-not-to-be insider's view of the American dream. They get the details and dilemmas so right, in fact, that it's a wonder they haven't been indicted for domestic surveillance.
The EC Archives: Shock SuspenStories Volume 1
Al Feldstein - 2006
Includes stories by William Gaines & Al Feldstein, with art by Jack Kamen, Jack Davis, Joe Orlando, Graham Ingles, and Wally Wood. Featuring a foreword by Steven Spielberg this book looks back at some of the edgiest and best written stories in comic history.
Hellboy Animated Volume 1: The Black Wedding
Jim Pascoe - 2006
Hellboy Animated co-creator Tad Stones and Fabio Laguna (X-Men Unlimited) team up in "Pyramid of Death," in which radio hero Lobster Johnson inspires a young Hellboy to inflict some imaginary justice of his own.
Hellblazer: Empathy is the Enemy
Denise Mina - 2006
When an ordinary man innocently uses an incantation, he turns to Constantine for help. But when an infamous Scottish occultist gets involved, Constantine discovers he has been cursed with empathy for his fellow man and realizes that the nightmare has just begun.
Adventures in Oz
Eric Shanower - 2006
Dorothy, the Scarecrow, and their many Oz friends can't stop plunging into one adventure after another. Come journey over the rainbow to help save Oz from the Wicked Witch of the South, to ride an enchanted whirlpool that leads to a hidden island, to explore the spooky Great Gray Gillikin Swamp, to prevent a war between dragons and wood-nymphs, and to soar in an emerald unicorn to the frozen land of the mysterious Ice King.
The Complete Strangers In Paradise, Volume 3, Part 7
Terry Moore - 2006
As Katchoo's art career blossoms and Francine settles into married life, David devises a plan to reunite them, with Mary Midnight at the center of the plot As things heat up between Francine and Katchoo, David receives news that nobody wants to hear. Could Tambi be his only hope?
Frank Miller's Sin City: The Library Edition, Set II
Frank Miller - 2006
The handsome 9"x12" slipcased edition features Frank Miller's atmospheric cover art from both the original trades as well as the original comics! Created with serious Frank Miller collectors and art connoisseurs in mind, these new archival editions are sure to satisfy!
In Shark Years I'm Dead: Sherman's Lagoon Turns Fifteen (Sherman's Lagoon)
Jim Toomey - 2006
Their wet world, oddly enough, is not so different from our own.Sherman, a great white shark, is a typical guy, and Megan is his ruthless but nurturing wife. Rounding out the aquatic crew are Fillmore the turtle, geeky fish Ernest, and macho hermit crab Hawthorne. Salty old Captain Quigley, who lost his leg to Sherman years ago, is hell-bent on seeking revenge against the shark.Sherman and friends effectively reflect human behavior and occasionally must confront humans' encroachment on their unspoiled habitat. Activist groups have applauded this comic strip with a social conscience for promoting marine conservation.Sherman's Lagoon has been syndicated since 1991, currently by King Features, and has a circulation of more than 200 daily newspapers on five continents.
Powers: Definitive Collection, Vol. 1
Brian Michael Bendis - 2006
Plus all the bonus features you've come to know and love: sketchbook, scripts, interviews, galleries, original designs, and a special Best of the Letter Column. This is where the story begins. A must-have for your comic library.
Everyday MUTTS: A Comic Strip Treasury
Patrick McDonnell - 2006
Long may he reign."Everyday MUTTS marks the 11th book of the award-winning MUTTS strip. It is the follow-up to Patrick McDonnell's successful collection Who Let the Cat Out? as well as his first storybook, The Gift of Nothing, which reached the New York Times Best-Seller List for Children's Picture Books in January 2006. McDonnell's classic cartooning style not only delivers consistent laughs but often a message that reminds us to take care of our furry friends. With its expressive art and clever, often philosophical pet banter, MUTTS has built a large and loyal fan base among readers and cartoonists alike. McDonnell is a past winner of the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award, and MUTTS won the coveted Comic Strip of the Year Award in 1996. This unique collection includes 16 pages of full-color bonus material, including watercolors, other artwork, and items personally selected from the creator's sketchbook to accompany the black-and-white dailies and McDonnell's Sunday pages with his signature title panels. As always, the tales-and tails-of this especially close dog-kitty friendship can be counted on for charming adventures and gentle laughs, reminding us that there is more than it seems to the Everyday MUTTS we meet on the street.
Doonesbury: The War Within: One More Step at a Time
G.B. Trudeau - 2006
. . has touched our Warrior family and opened the eyes of the rest of the world to the physical, emotional, and personal challenges our soldiers face."The initial stages of B.D.'s recovery from losing a leg in Iraq were dramatically portrayed in The Long Road Home: One Step at a Time, but his healing journey was far from over. As this powerful sequel shows, the "war within" can be a long and lonely struggle, hardly the life of a "glamorous amputee" imagined by his daughter's jealous classmate. With his coaching job at Walden re-secured and the marathon PT sessions paying off, B.D.'s return to normalcy seems to be progressing well. But those who love him see alarming signs of trouble, namely anger and alcohol.First there's the punching of an MP. Then there's the daily breakfast of beer, a subject not open for discussion even with a best-intentioned friend like Mike Doonesbury. And "the screaming at night isn't very Christmassy," Boopsie notes. As B.D. admits to his doctor, "I'd rather sleep with my weapon than my wife! How messed up is that?" Messed up enough that our wounded warrior forces himself to begin circling the local Vet Center, where he is gently and skillfully reeled in by a remarkable counselor and fellow Vietnam Vet named Elias. Their sessions together form an extraordinary and moving chronicle of catharsis and coming-to-terms. The words "Welcome home, soldier," are powerful and transformative, and B.D. is fortunate in finally getting to a place where he can hear them.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic #0
John Jackson Miller - 2006
Nearly four thousand years before the birth of Luke Skywalker, the Mandalorian Wars have strained the OLD REPUBLIC's resources to the breaking point.With so many Republic forces at the front, systems in the Outer Rim teeter on the edge of lawlessness—even the city-world of TARIS, which was once a thriving commercial center. Here, as elsewhere, the Republic relies increasingly on JEDI KNIGHTS and their students to help maintain order.But some Knights, frustrated with the conduct of the Wars, argue for a more active Jedi role, appealing to others for support. Even from those Jedi—and their untried students—who are struggling to maintain order at home…
Kevin Huizenga - 2006
Ganges tries to decide what to do when confronted with "The Litterer"; gets into an argument with his wife Wendy about The Beatles' "She's Leaving Home"; indulges in some whimsical "Time Travelling" while on a walk around his neighborhood; and more! Huizenga's elegant neo-clear-line style brings a crispness and humor to these low-key slice-of-life stories, and the gray-blue duotone he has picked gives the art a new depth and complexity
Rani Durgavati (Amar Chitra Katha)
Kamala Chandrakant - 2006
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Brian Chippendale - 2006
The graphic novel, a work 5 years in the making, takes readers through a fantastic landscape delineated in Chippendale's dense pen and ink line-work and starring a Ninja hunted by the forces of evil. It functions as both a great fantasy story and a social allegory about an artist's struggle with money, gentrification, and city politics. Nearly every massive comics page is drawn in a different elaborate style somewhere between Darger, Panter & illuminated manuscript. In between each chapter of the story is a related section of fine art: from bright, exuberant paintings to visionary drawings to the posters for which Chippendale is internationally recognized. Half art book, half graphic novel, this collection is a unique adventure in art and comics.
The Fart Party, Vol. 2
Julia Wertz - 2006
She returns to San Francisco to wisecrack her way through a mundane minimum wage job and learns to love being single. But when her neighborhood gets increasingly violent and she comes down with a serious case of wanderlust, she begins to pack her bag for Portland. At the last minute, she changes her mind and goes to Brooklyn instead. This collection includes Fart Party #4.5-#7, plus some never before seen comics. With a foreword by Nicholas Gurewitch (Perry Bible Fellowship).
The Superman Chronicles, Vol. 1
Jerry Siegel - 2006
An instant hit from his first appearance, Superman's popularity has grown through the decades -- and today he is known worldwide as the defender of Truth, Justice and the American Way.But his earliest stories reveal a Superman who took no prisoners, made his own laws and gleefully delivered his own brand of justice -- even if it meant dangling a crook by the ankle from above the city, or giving a wife-beater a taste of his own medicine. This was a Superman who embodied pure wish fulfillment, with his early adventures showing a raw super-hero in the making -- and the development of an enduring classic!DC Comics is proud to present this definitive and affordable collection of Superman's first stories. Assembled here are his earliest adventures from ACTION COMICS #1-13, NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR COMICS #1 and SUPERMAN #1 -- including all covers. For fans of The Man of Steel, both old and new -- or of popular culture in general -- THE SUPERMAN CHRONICLES is an indispensable addition to any library!
Little Lulu Color Special
John Stanley - 2006
Her razor wit will tickle your brain and her sweet generosity will win your heart - Lulu is the All-American girl Experience the highlights of Little Lulu's illustrious comedy career as they were meant to be seen - in luscious full color
Little Dee: Volume 1
Christopher Baldwin - 2006
They also search for Dee's parent's parents, but are hampered by the fact that Dee cannot not talk.This daily strip featured online is created by Christopher Baldwin, who also writes and draws for MAD Magazine. He has been written up for his cartooning in Wired, Salon Magazine, and various other places. "Little Dee" was the #2 pick for web comics in the UK Daily Telegraph."Christopher is dedicated, knowledgeable and talented in both the business and art of the daily comic strip, and Little Dee is a solid example of his expertise." -John Glynn, Acquisitions Editor, Universal Press Syndicate142 pages, 3 strips per page. All the strips from June 2004 to October 2005. Also features guest comics by online web comic masters: Kazu (Flight, Copper, Amulet, Daisy Kutter), John Allison (Scary Go Round), Clio Chiang (Flight), Kevin Moore (In Contempt, Sheldon), Shaenon K. Garrity (Narbonic, Skin Horse), Jon Rosenberg (Goats), Mike Russell (Culture Pulp), and Jenn Manley Lee (Dicebox).
Kim Deitch - 2006
It was discovered by a seven-year-old boy named Al Ledicker, and the story that followed is one that veteran underground cartoonist Kim Deitch (Boulevard) has chronicled for the last 20 years in a series of interrelated stories that have appeared in a variety of magazines. Collected for the first time, Shadowland offers a narrative which ranges from the late 19th century to (more or less) the present day. Delineated in Deitch's charming, uniquely retro style, Shadowland is a tumble down the rabbit hole of sexy Hollywood starlets, little green (actually, gray) aliens, flying pigs and performing elephants, incest, murder, and eternal youth.
Wish You Were Here No. 2: They Found the Car (Ignatz Series)
Gipi - 2006
A late-night telephone call about a mysterious car which went missing seven years ago and has now been recovered causes a chain reaction of violence in this all-new comics novelette from Gipi; ultimately this crime story (which is not so much a "sequel" to The Innocents as another story set in the same milieu with a different cast of characters) turns into a tale of religion and hypocrisy
Dale Lazarov - 2006
But the stories and art, while incredibly hot and masculine, show how gay men not only just hook up: they connect. TimeOut Chicago says "carnality and sweetness is the exactly the right combination that makes STICKY a real standout in the genre. Readers will find the material is both erotically charged and unabashedly romantic". In "The Bitch List", Bitch Magazine says "STICKY presents wordless, atmospheric vignettes of man-on-man action that are intimate and human while still indulging timeless tropes like leather daddies, hot cowboys, and improbably explosive money shots." Trusty Sidekicks joins the wide popular acclaim for this comic series: "I was actually pretty blown away by how well Dale Lazarov's script and Steve MacIsaac's artwork tell a story in exquisite, vivid detail...the kind of details you might notice when you're actually having sex with someone - a string of moments that can be hot, playful, tender, mischievous, and even a little funny. I think that's why [STICKY] works as both porn and as a comic... it wouldn't be quite so compelling if told (or shown) another way."
Mouse Guard: Belly of the Beast
David Petersen - 2006
Thus the Mouse Guard was formed. They are not simply soldiers that fight off intruders; rather, they are guides for common mice looking to journey without confrontation from one hidden mouse village to another. The Guard patrol borders, find safeways and paths through dangerous territories and treacherous terrain, watch weather patterns, and keep the mouse territories free of predatory infestation. They do so with fearless dedication so that they might not just exist, but truly live. In this first issue of Mouse Guard, Saxon, Kenzie, and Lieam are dispatched to find a missing merchant mouse that never arrived at his destination. In doing so they stumble onto much more than they had bargained for.
Little Lulu, Volume 10: All Dressed Up
John Stanley - 2006
Witness two of the medium's masters at the very pinnacle of their talent and skill in these gut-busting stories featuring the smart and sassy, generous and gregarious, absolutely one-of-a-kind eight-year-old Lulu Moppet and her loveable cast of neighborhood troublemakers Come share in the fun as Lulu, Tubby, Alvin, and all of the rest of the gang take a whirlwind tour through the adventures of daily life in these stories as fresh and original as the day they flew off spinner-racks across America
Silver Surfer: Rebirth of Thanos
Jim Starlin - 2006
The quest that led to Infinity Gauntlet begins here! Back from the dead, Thanos is after the power to bring the rest of the universe with him on a return trip! can the Silver Surfer, Drax the Destroyer and others stop the cosmic iconoclast before he uses reality as a token of his affection for Death? Special guest-appearance by the Impossible Man! Featuring a rare Thanos solo story not seen in almost thirty years! Collects Silver Surfer #34-38, Thanos: Infinity Quest #1-2, Logan's Run #6.
The Enemy Ace Archives, Vol. 2
Robert Kanigher - 2006
Death stalks the skies above Europe once more in this second volume of THE ENEMY ACE ARCHIVES, reprinting the classic adventures of World War I German fighter ace Hans von Hammer from the pages of STAR SPANGLED WAR STORIES from 1969 through 1976!
Nocturnals Volume One: Black Planet And Other Stories
Dan Brereton - 2006
An outcast, Doc Horror is forced to live by the dark of night, and there he finds compatriots who must also shun the light of day. Polychrome, The Gunwitch, Starfish, Firelion, Komodo, and The Raccoon join Doc in his mission to save this planet - and they don't care how many monsters stand in their way! The first of three hardcovers reprinting the entire critically acclaimed Nocturnals storyline, dramatically oversized to show off every ghastly, spectral detail! Each volume contains the addition of new story material- all in preparation for the relaunch of the series on the Nocturnals' 13th anniversary in 2007! Volume 1 contains the original six issue Bravura mini-series Black Planet, the Witching Hour story arc from Dark Horse Presents, an all-new crime noir story of Doc Horror and the Raccoon entitled Clean Hands, and a lengthy afterword by Dan Brereton about the origins of the Nocturnals.
Ben Templesmith - 2006
This special oversized edition collects many of the major images and covers from artist Ben Templesmith, as well as many never-before-seen unpublished paintings and personal work, including looks behind the scenes into the artistic process he uses.
Doctor Strange: The Oath #1
Brian K. Vaughan - 2006
Doctor Strange embarks on the most important investigation of his career, as he sets out to solve an attempted murder--his own! And with his best friend near death, Strange turns to an unexpected corner of the Marvel Universe to recruit a new ally.
Ultimate Spider-Man, Volume 7
Brian Michael Bendis - 2006
And where does Harry's father - Norman Osborn, a.k.a. the Green Goblin - fit into all this? And in Warriors, the Gang War to end all Gang Wars begins The Kingpin is in retreat, and that kind of a power vacuum won't last long. It's about to be filled by a figure of unabashed dread in the underworld: Hammerhead Plus: the Ultimate debuts of several Marvel characters, including Moon Knight And Spidey thinks he's had trouble before... but nothing has ever made him declare, "Peter Parker no more".Collecting: Ultimate Spider-Man 72-85
Soulfire, Volume 1
Michael Layne Turner - 2006
Michael Turner's Soulfire series is one of today's most popular comic book titles, and Aspen is proud to offer you the first ever Soulfire Hardcover Edition. This special publication collects together the first five issues of the Soulfire series, along with the sold out #0 issue and the introductory Soulfire Preview. A stunning work of art, this special hardcover is the first of its kind to ever be presented from Aspen. Adding to its appeal, this special hardcover also contains a complete Soulfire cover gallery and an in depth Michael Turner Soulfire Sketchbook section, making it a must have for any comic book collector! So join Michael Turner, Jeph Loeb, J. T. Krul and Peter Steigerwald as their world of magic and adventure unfolds in this wonderful tale unlike anything you've ever seen before!
Do Anything Volume 1
Warren Ellis - 2006
Dick robot, which Mr. Ellis confesses to swiping off the back of a plane.) Take a look at the world of graphic storytelling through its hazy android eyes, a rattling ghost-train ride through the history of comics. David Bowie, the CIA, mad architects, Will Eisner, Frank Zappa, Tintin, the designer of Skylab, a train station in Paris, Arthur C. Clarke, the circus, the Black Panther Party, and William S. Burroughs: all of these things are connected by Jack Kirby, all part of the secret history of comics, and all illustrating the special nature of this exciting medium as the place where you can do anything.
X-23: Target X #1
Craig Kyle - 2006
Having escaped the Facility that created her, X-23 struggles to create a real life for herself. But when your entire life has been about death and destruction, can you ever really escape the darkness? The rest of the story begins here, and won't end until X-23 faces off with the one man most responsible for her life... WOLVERINE.
The Fart Party, Vol. 1
Julia Wertz - 2006
The book includes the 80% of comics NOT posted online, interviews, funny fan letters and never before seen illustrations! It chronicles Wertz's first year of making comics, living in San Francisco, going to conventions, moving apartments, finishing college, the demise of a relationship, all that typical crap but nicely wrapped up into tiny little boxes on paper! Includes an introduction by Peter Bagge.
Red Carpet Rose (Rose Is Rose Collection)
Pat Brady - 2006
He's previously been honored as a nominee for the award seven times, and Rose is Rose has been nominated five times for the Society's Best Newspaper Comic Strip Award.Rose is Rose has long garnered attention from fans across the country and around the world. When the National Cartoonists Society named Rose creator Pat Brady Outstanding Cartoonist of 2004 it only confirmed what those readers already knew in their hearts: Brady rolls out one of the best strips in the business.Red Carpet Rose is Brady's first book since he received the NCS honors. As the seven previous Rose is Rose books have done before, this one continues the tales of the hilarious Gumbo family: Rose, her husband, Jimbo, and their devilish, delightful, and demanding son, Pasquale. Brady deftly captures the innocent and ageless qualities of wonder and awe at the world's boundless experiences, as seen through the lives of his beloved characters.Whether the Gumbos are sharing a simple family moment in the park, Pasquale is pushing his little-boy limits, or Rose is morphing into her Biker Chic alter ego, this Rose is Rose compilation of daily and Sunday strips delivers all the fun, laughter, and family-loving moments that mark Brady's work. This is cartooning at its best!
Little Lulu, Volume 13: Too Much Fun
John Stanley - 2006
Contain every story and strip of 'Little Lulu' originally published between November 1952 and March 1953, this volume captures some of the very best yarns ever to star Lulu, Tubby, Annie, Alvin and the rest of the rambunctious gang.
John Jackson Miller - 2006
Thousands of years before Luke Skywalker would destroy the Death Star in that fateful battle above Yavin 4, one lone Padawan would become a fugitive hunted by his own Masters, charged with murdering every one of his fellow Jedi-in-training!From criminals hiding out in the treacherous undercity of the planet Taris, to a burly, mysterious droid recovered from the desolate landscape of a cratered moon, Padawan Zayne Carrick will find unexpected allies in his desperate race to clear his name before the unmerciful authorities enact swift retribution upon him!Set during the era of the smash-hit video games, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic features all-new characters in an action-packed adventure essential to any serious Star Wars devotee and the perfect introduction for anyone interested in exploring the universe beyond the movies!Collecting: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 0-6.
The Book of Deady
Aurelio Voltaire - 2006
Book Of Deady Volume 1 collects the first three sell-out issues of Deady by Voltaire, the creative genius behind Oh My Goth, What Is Goth, Painted Black and Chi-Chian. All of the deadly plush doll's hilarious and offensive adventures are together in this one complete edition, featuring all of the famous and infamous guest creators including Clive Barker, Neil Gaiman, James O'Barr, Dan Brereton, Roman Dirge, Ted Naifeh, Junko Mizuno, Gris Grimly, and many, many others.
The Middleman Volume 1: The Trade Paperback Imperative
Javier Grillo-Marxuach - 2006
Your way of life is constantly under attack by monsters, aliens, and talking primates - and the reason you and the rest of the pink-skinned normal world don't know it? THE MIDDLEMAN. Working absurd secrecy, aided by talented amateur Wendy Watson, the Middleman stares down threats extra-infra-and justa-terrestrial with a big gun and a have-a-nice-day grin. The Middleman: he fights evil, so you don't have to!
Little Lulu, Volume 9: Lucky Lulu
John Stanley - 2006
Need to quell the fury of a rambunctious two-year-old? Lulu's got a hilarious fairy tale brewing in her brain that'll do just the trick. Father needs his best suit taken to the tailor? Lulu can handle it - so long as Pop doesn't mind if she makes a few unplanned - and wholly unpredictable! - stops along the way. Have a wayward ghost in your house who needs a new home? Lulu's your girl!
The New Teen Titans Archives, Vol. 3
Marv Wolfman - 2006
Don't miss this volume collecting THE NEW TEEN TITANS #17-20 and TALES OF THE NEW TEEN TITANS #1-4, with two stories named in Wizard's "100 Best Single Issues Since You Were Born!" The Titans help Kid Flash's possessed girlfriend, reunite with the original Starfire, team up with the Winged Wonder, Hawkman and much more!
Noor Jahan (Amar Chitra Katha)"
Anant Pai - 2006
She showed considerable skill as an administrator and proved to be a shrewd statesman. Jahangir had full confidence in his queen. She received courtiers and held discussions with them regarding the affairs of the state. Royal decrees carried her signature and coins were struck in her name with this super-inscription: By order of the King, Jehangir - Gold has a hundred splendours added to it by receiving the impression of the name of Noor Jahan, the Queen Begum. As observed by Mutamid Khan, a historian, who was Noor Jahan's contemporary, "Her authority reached such a peak that the king was such only in name". Noor Jahan was famous for her beauty and wisdom. She was an accomplished poet. She made popular, the rose perfume invented by her mother. She was adept in embroidery, and the fabrics and dresses designed by her dominated the world of fashion for many years. As Abdul Rashid observes, "Fact and fiction have woven a web of romance around this colourful personality." According to popular legends, from which material for this book has been drawn, Noor Jahan and Jahangir were childhood playmates. But all the available evidence suggests that the two met for the first time at the Meena Bazaar, the royal bazaar held annually at the palace of the Emperor.
The Haunted Mansion #2
Jennifer de Guzman - 2006
Written and Illustrated by Christopher.Lenore Meets the Haunted Mansion America' Favorite Little Dead Girl visits America's Favorite Haunted House and brings her own kind of terror to the mansion's inhabitants. Written and Illustrated by Roman Dirge.The Woman In Black Out in Louisiana bayou, a woman dressed all in black wanders, looking for lost children. When Victor loses his way in the swamps, he knows that she will come looking for him Written by Serena Valentino illustrated by FSc.The Big Nap How did Gus, that Lovable Cuss, get to be one of the three Hitchhiking Ghosts in the Haunted Mansion? From herding sheep to dodging pirates, it's a rollicking tale! Written by Jon "Bean" Hastings Illustrated by Jon Morris.The Mystery of the Manse Part Two Captain Blood tells his tale in part two of the truth behind William Gracey and the mansion's creepy history. Written by Dan Vado Illustrated by David Hedgecock.
Futurama: The Time Bender Trilogy
Ian Boothby - 2006
Fry, Leela, Bender, and Professor Farnsworth's clone/ward Cubert take an intergalactic trip, and when they return to Earth, they find the planet uninhabited. First, our merry band of messengers must fight off alien invaders bent on claiming the planet as their own. Then they must go in search of their missing colleagues as well as billions of citizens from Planet Earth. But "where are they?" soon turns into "when are they?" and "how" and "why" also make a little appearance. And before long the intrepid crew quite literally goes to hell and back again. Will the world ever get back to normal, or is everyone totally boned? Yes, there will be time travel—so bring a change of clothes!
Leonard Starr's Mary Perkins On Stage Volume 1
Leonard Starr - 2006
The first 500 signed and numbered by Leonard Starr! The first three 'On Stage' Storylines: February 10, 1957 to January 11, 1958. Introduction by Walter Simonson, Marvel & DC Artist! "Leonard's World' The first in a series of articles on the Artist, the Strip and more! Copyright © 2006 Tribune Media Services, Inc. All rights reserved.
Colmán Ó Raghallaigh - 2006
Aige siúd atá an Fionnbheannach, tarbh nach bhfuil a leithéid le fáil in Éirinn. Nó an bhfuil?Seo insint úr bhríomhar ar an scéal is iomráití i dteanga na hÉireann, an Táin, nó Táin Bó Cuailgne mar is fearr aithne air. Am éigin roimh 1106 A.D. a scríobhadh síos i dtosach é i Leabhar na hUidhre, an lámhscríbhinn Gaeilge is ársa dá bhfuil ann, agus áirítear é ar cheann de mhórscéalta an domhain. Tá uaisleacht, crógacht agus tragóid an bhunscéil fite fuaite go healaíonta san úrscéal grafach seo.A stunning new graphic novel of An Táin, the classic tale of Cúchulainn, Queen Méabh and the cattle-raid for the Brown bull of Cooley. Written by prize-winning author Colmán Ó Raghallaigh, superbly illustrated by Barry Reynolds and produced by the Cartoon Saloon in full-colour graphic novel format, this is the fourth in a series of highly successful Irish language graphic novels published by Cló Mhaigh Eo.Queen Méabh is consumed by jealousy when she finds that her husband, Ailill, has bested her for riches and wealth. To him belongs the Fionnbheannach, a white-horned bull believed to have no equal in Ireland. Or so it seems…This is a new and exciting retelling of the greatest tale in the Irish language, the Táin or Táin Bó Cuailgne as it is better known. Ranked among the great epics of the world it was written down in the Book of Leinster, the earliest manuscript in Irish, sometime before 1106 A.D. The nobility, courage and tragedy of the original are subtly blended together in this superb graphic novel.
George Perez Storyteller
Christopher Lawrence - 2006
The ultimate retrospective on the stunning career of comic genius and Eisner winner George Perez covers his 30-year career in comics! Includes never-before-seen art, sketch material from all of his major projects: Avengers, Fantastic Four, Teen Titans, Crisis on Infinite Earths, Wonder Woman, I-Bots, Ultraforce, and Sachs & Violens!
Metal Gear Solid: Sons Of Liberty: Volume One
Alex Garner - 2006
In response to their threat, FoxHound agent Raiden must join forces with a mysterious Navy Seal known as Pliskin to rescue the President and neutralize Dead Cell, whose leader is said to be none other than Solid Snake himself
Prehistrionics: Ozy and Millie, 1997-2000
D.C. Simpson - 2006
Ozy and Millie's first phase, in print together for the first time, entirely annotated. The first meeting. The first revelation of Ozy's draconic parentage. Ozy's first extreme haircut. Avery's first attempts to be cool. Early Zen. It's all here. This was the launching point. Includes material not available on the web site, some of it unearthed and published for the first time anywhere. 176 pages, 8 1/2 by 11 inches.
The Mourning Star Vol. 1
Kazimir Strzepek - 2006
After the ultimate collapse of their civilization, the populaces of an alien world struggle for survival as two acquaintances embark on an adventure to rescue a missing loved one. An amnesiac buffoon wanders the desert. A boding evil spreads across the wasteland. Kaz deftly and effortlessly weaves multiple storylines into a concise, thrilling adventure with all the undertones of any great epic.
Battlestar Galactica #0
Greg Pak - 2006
proudly presents their all-new Galactica series, Making its debut with this special #0 issue featuring an original story - with a "dynamite cliffhanger" ending - that leads into the ongoing series! Pak is an exclusive writer for Marvel Comics, but has carved out this series for D.E. and he's turning out a comic that fans both new and old are going to love. And we're so sure they're going to love it, that this introductory issue is available for just one thin quarter! And what would this issue be without a red-hot Photo cover featuring the beautiful Cylon, "Number Six!" PLUS: A Special preview of Brett Matthews and John Cassaday's Lone Ranger comic book series from D.E.! Featuring an art cover by Steve (Civil War) McNiven, shipped in a 50/50 ratio with the photo cover version. Future covers by Michael Turner, Billy Tan, and other high-profile artists to be announced!
The Krypton Companion
Michael Eury - 2006
Writer/editor Michael Eury explores this classic comics era through all-new interviews with fan-favorite Superman writers and artists; previously unpublished and/or immortal artwork by Curt Swan, Neal Adams, Wayne Boring, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Adam Hughes, Nick Cardy, Jim Mooney and others; Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel's -lost- imaginary story -The Death of Clark Kent;- a roundtable discussion where today's comics pros -- including John Byrne, Alex Ross and Mark Waid -- discuss the Superman of yesteryear and other revealing features! Plus a (last-page) introduction by Bizarro No. 1 (abetted by Seinfeld writer David Mandel) and a super cover by Watchmen's Dave Gibbons!
Star Wars: Legacy (2006-2010) #1
John Ostrander - 2006
The future of Star Wars is here in a series set more than a century after Return of the Jedi and the New Jedi Order!The Jedi Temple is attacked, an Emperor is betrayed, and the Sith are born anew! A lot can happen in a hundred years, but all of the above happens just in this first issue! Not since Luke Skywalker first stepped aboard the Millennium Falcon has the galaxy seemed like such a vast, exciting, dangerous place!This is a perfect jumping-on point for any reader—an epic beginning to an untold chapter of the greatest adventure in the universe!
Coheed & Cambria - Good Apollo I'm Burning Star, IV, Vol. 1: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness
Coheed and Cambria - 2006
16 tracks from the third concept album in the series, which The All Music Guide says "is a prog rock opera on par with anything that Rush or Queensrche ever released." Songs include: Always & Never * Apollo I: the Writing Writer * Keeping the Blade * Mother May I * The Suffering * Wake Up * Welcome Home * Willing Well IV: The Final Cut * and more. PARENTAL ADVISORY FOR EXPLICIT LYRICS.