Paperback ISBN: 1563893916
Venture back into Dean Motter and Michael Lark's Terminal City in this oversized library edition! The city has been in decline since a group of celebrated adventurers--Kid Gloves, the boxer; Monty Vickers, the explorer; Eno Orez, the Man of 1,000 faces, and Cosmo Quinn, the human fly--each disappeared into obscurity. Now, a series of strange mysteries brings the four men together once again . . . with explosive results! This new edition of Motter and Lark's beloved work features new, never-before-seen sketchbook materials, housed in an oversized hardcover--sure to delight any fan! Collect Terminal City #1-9, Terminal City: Aerial Graffiti #1-5.
Fushigi Yugi the Msterious Play
Paperback ISBN: 1569315523
After being drawn into the world of a strange book with her ex-best friend and now-enemy Yui, Miaka searches to find the remaining three Celestial Warriors, leading her into the lair of bandits and to a plague-curses town.
Quit Your Job
A Picture Story
Paperback ISBN: 1891867008
Jeff Smith provides the introduction to one of the finest new graphic novels this year. Ignatz Award winner James Kochalka has been called "one of the brightest lights of independent comics" and Quit Your Job is a shining example of his genius. On his way to work at the Chinese restaurant, Magic Boy discovers an enchanted ring and determines to make an expedition to the North Pole. He only gets as far as the coffee shop on the next block, but his world is forever changed in the short journey. Special cover design by Michel Vrana.
Batman - the Dark Knight Archives 4
The Dark Knight Archives
Hardcover ISBN: 1563899833
A fourth collection of classic adventures featuring Batman and Robin includes comics from the 1940s in which the Dynamic Duo faces such enemies as the Joker, Catwoman, and the Penguin, in a collection that features the first appearance of the faithful butler, Alfred.
The Comics Before 1945
Hardcover ISBN: 0810949709
A comprehensive survey of fifty years of comics explores how such characters as Buster Brown, Krazy Kat, and Li'l Abner reflected societal attitudes and changes in the first half of the twentieth century, providing in-depth biographies of twenty-one influential comic creators and featuring rare original artwork. 25,000 first printing.