Dungeon Quest, Vol. 1


Joe Daly - 2010
    Joined by his best friend Steve (weapon: baseball bat; clothing: wife beater, cargo pants and sandals), they soon find themselves in a violent altercation with two other adventure seekers. It ends badly for their antagonists (“Whoa, check it out, dude! You actually knocked this dude’s brain right out of his cranium!”) and Millenium Boy and Steve become the proud owners of fancy weapons upgrades (a crowbar and a steel chain). So on they trek, and the next inductee to their group is the muscle-bound Lash Penis.And then things start getting weird!Readers of 2009’s Red Monkey Double Happiness Book will recognize Joe Daly’s delightfully unique stoner/philosopher dialogue and distinctive character designs, but the hilarious over-the-top Role Playing Game action (complete with periodic updates for each character’s status in ten criteria, including “dexterity,” “intelligence,” and “money”) propel this new story into a heretofore unachieved action-comedy realm. By the end of this book (the first chapter of a projected four-part epic), the trio has been joined by Nerdgirl the Archer, Lash Penis has nearly had his arm cut off, they’ve acquired a whole new nifty bag of tricks, and the menaces have become increasingly surreal and lethal. Where will it end?Stay tuned for Dungeon Quest Book Two in Fall 2010!

The Stone King Vol. 1


Kel McDonald - 2019
    Ave has decided to illegally harvest healing moss from the Stone King, a mighty giant who roams the lands. Her theft goes even better than she could have dreamed. The biggest gem she's ever seen is her prize. But what she thought would buy her a ticket to adventure and a better life, brings disaster instead. Now her home is in danger and fixing her mistakes is the city's only hope. Part of the comiXology Originals line of exclusive digital content only available on comiXology and Kindle. This title is available as part of comiXology Unlimited, Kindle Unlimited and Prime Reading.

PvP, Volume 1: PvP at Large


Scott R. Kurtz - 2004
    Landscape format trade paperback.

Return to Centaur


Richard Pini - 1990
    

Dungeon: The Early Years - Vol. 2: Innocence Lost


Joann Sfar - 2009
    In the second story which happens quite a few years later, he’s married and a poor husband, worse even, a poor lover, until Alexandra plots to gain him back. Cloak and dagger with romantic bravura! And you thought he didn’t have it in him. Art by Eisner nominated Blain (Isaac The Pirate, Gus) and story by legendary Trondheim and Eisner nominated Sfar (Rabbi’s Cat).

The Colour of Magic: Graphic Novel


Scott Rockwell - 1992
    This is the first ever fully-illustrated version of the original Discworld novel.Rincewind the "Wizzard" lives in the city of fair Ankh-Morpork, a metropolis placed atop the Discworld, a flat earth being carried through space on the backs of four giant elephants, who in turn rest on the back of an even more gigantic celestial turtle, the Great A'Tuin. A failed mage, Rincewind only wants to have a peaceful and unexciting life. So it is extremely unfortunate for him when he runs into the Discworld's first tourist, Twoflower, come sightseeing to Ankh-Morpork from the fabled, and often believed to be mythical, Agatean Empire, accompanied by his homicidally sentient Luggage. As one of the few people able to communicate with Twoflower in a language the tourist understands, the extremely reluctant Rincewind finds himself forced to become Twoflower's guide by Ankh-Morpork's ruler, the Patrician, who fears the Agatean Emperor's wrath should something untoward befall a citizen of that empire within the bounds of crime-ridden Ankh-Morpork. Unfortunately for the city, Twoflower works in "inn sewers ants", and once he explains the concept of people agreeing to pay out if you make a bet with them that your business won't burn down, he inspires the first attempt at insurance fraud on the Disc.As a result, the unlikely companions are forced to flee the burning city, and venture into the wilds beyond. Out of the frying pan, and into the fire...

I Hate Fairyland: Book Two


Skottie Young - 2019
    Gert's presence has unleashed a monstrous amount of macabre magics, crippled poor Larry's burgeoning social life, and changed Fairyland forever from a bright and shinny weird-kidnapping-quest-puzzle to a dangerous, dark, and vengeful....weird-kidnapping-quest-puzzle.In this, the second oversized DELUXE HARDCOVER, our axe-weidling ace, Gert, really buckles down on getting the FLUFF out of Fairyland, but after battling a cosplay cohort and a riddle-prone goblin king, there's just the itsy-bitsy, barely worth mentioning, insignificant matter of an extended stay in a fantasy netherworld to deal with.Collects I HATE FAIRYLAND #11-20, I HATE IMAGE FCBD SPECIAL, and Exclusive Extras!

Start of Darkness


Rich Burlew - 2007
    Containing 112 pages of all-new never-published-online comics in dramatic black-and-white, Start of Darkness is full of villainy goodness for any fan of the OOTS. Learn such secrets as: How did Xykon and Redcloak meet? How did Xykon became a lich? Why did Eugene Greenhilt swear revenge on Xykon? What ever happened to Lirian's Gate, anyway? How did Redcloak discover the Monster in the Darkness? Why on earth does Redcloak put up with Xykon's crap???The Order of the Stick: Start of Darkness is presented primarily in black-and-white, similar to our bestselling On the Origin of PCs, but features a special full-color insert detailing the Secret Lore of the Crimson Mantle--in the popular crayon format, first seen in No Cure for the Paladin Blues. Featuring introductions by the author and Miko Miyazaki, paladin of the Sapphire Guard, this book is a flat-out must have for fans of the OOTS plotline, as it fills in missing details in the story of who these evildoers are and why they do evil. Wallowing in unrepentant villainy has never been this much fun (legally)!

Conan and the Midnight God


Joshua Dysart - 2007
    With a kingdom to rule and an heir on the way, will the Cimmerian finally put up his sword for good? Don’t bet on it.When his bride and country are attacked by a sinister Stygian sorcerer, Conan strikes back at Stygia with all his might — and the might of Aquilonia — in a move that threatens to throw all Hyboria into chaos!Written by Joshua Dysart (Swamp Thing, Violent Messiahs) and drawn by upcoming Kull artist Will Conrad (Serenity, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Conan and the Midnight God is an exciting new chapter in the adventures of the barbarian king.

The Abominable Charles Christopher, Vol. 1


Karl Kerschl - 2010
    The Abominable Charles Christopher follows the adventures of a dim-witted yeti through a forest full of colourful animal characters.Who is Charles? Where did he come from? Where is he going? He knows about as much as you do - probably much less, actually - and his adventure is just beginning.

DuckTales, Vol. 1: Treasure Trove


Joe Caramagna - 2017
    DuckTales (woo-oo!) returns! The fan-favorite cartoon gets a modern reboot on Disney XD and an all-new comic series! Return to Duckburg in a new generation of adventures featuring Uncle Scrooge, Donald Duck, and his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie! The incorrigible billionaire is up to his wacky, quacky hijinks, with a cast of characters new and old ready to jump into the mix!

The little trashmaid


s0s2 - 2020
    Short comic strips of a mermaid in the modern days.

The Guardian of the Realm


Geronimo Stilton - 2018
    Geronimo traveled to the castle to help figure out who took Princess Winglet and return her to her loving parents as quickly as possible. Would his training be enough to get him up to the task?

Madman Adventures Collection


Mike Allred - 1994
    They wanted to know all about Frank Einstein, but they couldn't make it happen. Now, they can And this is the cool one, too, where Madman goes back in time and you get to see Mike draw cool dinosaurs and stuff. This is history, folks. You need to know it to understand the present. Plus, this edition features a new cover, the color version of the first ever Frank Einstein story, and a special gallery section.Contains: Madman Adventures #1-5

The Battle for Gobwin Knob


Rob Balder - 2011
    The Battle for Gobwin Knob tells the story of obsessive strategy gamer Parson Gotti, who is magically summoned into a gamelike fantasy universe and forced to command an army in an all-too-real war.