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  1. TREASURES RETOLD The Lost Art of Alex Toth

    Regular Price: $49.99

    Sale Price $39.99

    A companion to the three-time Eisner-winning Alex Toth: Genius series, this blockbuster collection is full of rarely seen stories and new, recently found artwork by the legendary artist. Included are complete stories from the 1950s and beyond, most in FULL COLOR, recently discovered color animation storyboards and presentation drawings, sketches and doodles, rare early promotional comics, and individual pages from obscure comics and magazines. It's a treasure trove of beautifully reproduced, mostly never-before-collected work that makes for a great read with all manner of genres, from western to sci-fi to adventure fantasy. Learn More
  2. BRAVO FOR ADVENTURE

    Regular Price: $24.99

    Sale Price $21.99

    Alex Toth's magnum opus contains all three of The Genius's stories starring Jesse Bravo, knock-about pilot and reluctant swashbuckler, including the original graphic novel. More than forty years after its creation, Bravo remains a rollicking pastiche of 1930s high-adventure, replete in the visual trappings of film noir. By this point in his career Toth had stripped out all extraneous lines and detail, demonstrating complete command of his staging and chiaroscuro technique, and cementing his reputation as the medium's most sophisticated storyteller. Learn More
  3. CREEPY ARCHIVES Volume 28

    Regular Price: $49.99

    Sale Price $39.99

    A mosaic of morbid mayhem: bloodthirsty bats, cultured cannibals, homicidal honeymooners, murderous mummies, and starving psychopaths! Featuring deadly dramas, contemporary, sword & sorcery and science fiction--by a cavalcade of comics' finest creators--including Rudy Nebres, Sanjulian, Salvador, Auraleon, Peter Hsu, Steve Gan, Val Mayerik and covers by Ken Kelly and Nebres. #137 and #139 are all-reprint Al Williamson and Alex Toth issues. Dark Horse policy is they don't include reprints of stories already done earlier in the Creepy archives series. This is why this collects more issues than we usually see in one book. Learn More
  4. HAUNTED HORROR Volume 7

    Regular Price: $24.99

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    Horror comics from the early 1950s that the Senate and do-gooders reviled. Lovingly restored, this striking, full-color tome showcases terrifying stories of dead walking and ghouls stalking, collected from long-lost comics like Black Cat, Mysterious Adventures, Web of Mystery, Strange, Web of Evil, Weird Terror,Weird Mysteries, and other titles. Additional artists here include Bernard Baily, Manny Stallman, Joe Giunta, Lou Cameron, A.C. Hollingsworth, Don Heck, Harry Lazarus, Mike Sekowsky et al. Learn More
  5. THE COMPLETE CLASSIC ADVENTURES OF ZORRO Volume Two
    $30.00

    Six further adventures of Zorro, as drawn by Alex Toth. Toth, who defined how action/adventure stories are told, set the standard for comic book storytelling with his Zorro tales, cited by comic book artists, historians, and fans as some of Toth’s best work. The swashbuckling derring-do of the first masked vigilante: Zorro. Fans of westerns, high-romance and adventure will find their palates pleased with these fun stories. Zorro first appeared in 1919 for the pulp All-Story Magazine and has since had a long and varied career, from serials to film, newspaper strips to comics and television. Learn More
  6. THE HOUSE OF MYSTERY The Bronze Age Omnibus Volume 1

    Regular Price: $99.99

    Sale Price $85.00

    New 2018 introduction by Michael Uslan. As one of the most celebrated anthology titles of the Bronze Age of comics, The House of Mystery cemented its iconic status in the 1970s under the transformative leadership of editor Joe Orlando, whose impeccable instincts yielded a cornucopia of devilish delights in every intriguing issue. It was a training ground for up-and-coming new creators Neal Adams, doing fabulous covers and stories, and lots of work by Michael Wm. Kaluta and Berni Wrightson. It was also a place for veteran artists to have some fun doing offbeat stories with no superhero in sight. Learn More
  7. VOYAGE TO THE DEEP
    $24.99

    This is the first ever collection of Sam Glanzman's epic Voyage To The Deep. It follows the adventures of Admiral Jonathan Leigh, as he commands the mighty Proteus (a shape-shifting atomic sub!) through the deepest of Earth's oceans, battling fanged sea creatures, arctic monsters, anti-matter generators, sonic attacks, and a cataclysmic tsunami that is engulfing the entire U.S. Plus a wonderful, handsomely illustrated 19-page introduction by Steve Bissette where he offers us the entire history of super-submarines. Learn More
  8. THE BEST OF ALEX TOTH & JOHN BUSCEMA Roy Rogers

    Regular Price: $60.00

    Sale Price $54.95

    The comic book adventures of Roy Rogers, originally published by Dell. This 256 page collection exclusively features the work of two of the Silver Age's most important artists, Alex Toth and John Buscema, and each story was hand picked by Roy's son, Dusty from his favorite tales. This volume also includes original artwork, documentary material, an introduction by Roy "Dusty" Rogers, Jr. and and an extensive essay. Learn More
  9. CREEPY ARCHIVES Volume 26

    Regular Price: $49.99

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    More bloodcurdling terror than you can shake a crucifix at. Along with the names above, nearly every issue has covers by Ken Kelley, and Alcala makes quite a few apperances. Toth is a frequent contributor, inked by others. And there's fine work by Dan Adkins, Alex Niño, Auraleon, and a cover by Segrelles. Nearly 300 pages of graphic ghoulishness, plus letters pages and special pin-up pages. Love the work by the Filipino artists. And more sci-fi turns up as they explore new genres. Learn More
  10. THREE-DIMENSIONAL SEDUCTION OF THE INNOCENT #2
    $20.00

    A special 2-D printing that is signed and numbered by editor in chief, Catherine Yronwode. With an awesome color cover by Berni Wrightson, this comic contains the stories infamous as targets of Wertham's ire: More Deadly Then the Male by Vic Federa, Trophies of Doom by Nick Cardy, The Monster in the Maze by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito, and The Man Who Was Always on Time by Alex Toth. Learn More

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