In the latest volume of this popular mix of science fiction and teenage romance, best friends Miaka and Yui search for the last of the Seven Warriors. In a twist neither anticipates, Miaka watches as her beloved Tamahome renounces her and kisses Yui.
Charles M. Schulz's A Charlie Brown Christmas: The Making of a Tradition is a lushly illustrated tribute to the beloved television classic that takes readers behind-the-scenes of the Peanuts holiday special that has aired each year since December 1965.
A Charlie Brown Christmas: The Making of a Tradition includes the script of the Emmy Award-winning A Charlie Brown Christmas, more than two hundred full-color pieces of original animation art, Vince Guaraldi's original score and publication notes for the songs "Christmas Time Is Here" and "Linus and Lucy," and a look at the making of the feature from producer Lee Mendelson and original animator, the late Bill Melendez.
No holiday season is complete without Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Snoopy, and the rest of the Peanuts gang giving a forgotten tree a little love, reciting the Christmas story, and singing "Silent Night."
Fans of Charles M. Schulz, the Peanuts gang, and A Charlie Brown Christmas will treasure this beautiful keepsake volume for years to come.
When published in hardcover, The R. Crumb Coffee Table Art Book was hailed as an original & audacious celebration of artistic genius & American popular culture. This paperback edition makes the best of this author available in a price that fans of comic book art are sure to appreciate.
Name that demon Funky boyfriend. Innocence betrayed. The small cruelties we perpetuate on others. In One Hundred Demons, a collection of semi-autobiographical comic strip stories, Lynda Barry wrestles with some of hers in her signature, quirky, irrepressible voice. From "Dancing" and "Hate" to "Dogs" and "Magic," the tales here are at once hilarious and heartbreaking. Genius.
Winner of the American Library Award, Mythopoeic Award and World Fantasy Award for Best ArtistIt is here in Wall that young Tristran Thorn loses his heart to the town beauty--a woman who is as cold and distant as the star she and Tristran see fall from the sky on a crisp October evening. To gain the hand of his beloved, Tristran rashly vows to fetch the fallen star and embarks upon a lover's quest that will carry him over the ancient wall and into a world beyond his wildest imagingings... NEIL GAIMAN AND CHARLES VESS'S STARDUST features the New York Times best-selling author (THE SANDMAN) and one of the industry's best illustrators at the height of their creative powers.
To his many fans, the name Shapiro scrawled sideways in the last panel is a sure sign of something darkly funny or just plain dark. Typical denizens of Shapiro's simply drawn, creepy demimonde include Buttons the Helper Monkey, cursed with a grim task; "silly"-livered Otto, who drinks to forget his small size; and one-legged Ethel, who finds disquieting uses for her stump.