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  1. ALTER EGO #162

    Has Alter Ego uncovered “A Prophecy in Four Colors?” Will Murray presents an amazing array of possible prototypes of Batman (by artist Frank Foster—in 1932!)—Wonder Woman (by Star-Spangled Kid artist Hal Sherman)—Tarantula (by Air Wave artist Lee Harris)—and others! Plus a rare interview with Hal Sherman! Michael Gilbert with still more on "the other Stan Lee--Charles Biro". FCA looks at early DC and Fawcett artist--1930s early—Sven Elven. Japan's "Dark Samurai" of 1931 in "The Golden Bat." Learn More
  2. RONIN ISLAND Volume 1 Together in Strength

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    After a mysterious attack devastates a great swath of 19th century Japan, Korea, and China, survivors from all three lands find refuge on a hidden island and build a new society. Hana, the orphaned daughter of Korean farmers, and Kenichi, son of a great samurai leader, have little in common except for a mutual disdain for the other. But these young warriors will have to work together when an army invades the island with shocking news: the Shogun has returned and the Island is expected to pay fealty in exchange for protection from a new threat…a mutated horde that threatens to wipe out all humanity. Learn More

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    Two defeated samurai are exiled from Japan and come to America to start anew. Ending up in Crow Territory in North America, they rescue a young mother and her baby, encounter Crazy Horse, chief of the Oglalas, and their battle skills quickly win the respect of Indians on both sides of the war. One is an expert at ju jitsu and prefers a six-shooter; the other is a master archer and swordsman. Moebius himself introduces this series of stories with the highest praise. With film westerns on the wane, here he finds the classic American western has found a home. Learn More

    Spanish artist Luis Royo is one of the most popular and prolific illustrators in the world today. With a career spanning four decades, his sensual paintings of women in apocalyptic landscapes and fantasy worlds have captivated fans of science fiction and erotica worldwide. This calendar features a selection of artwork from the Malefic Times series of books, of bold beautiful, dark and dangerous women, toting samurai swords and daggers, capable of handling themselves in a dangerous, toxic world. Learn More

    There's no end to funky fun and fearsome tales in this second volume of yarns from Story Comics. Several stories each by Wood-imitators Hy Fleishman and A.C. Hollingsworth, future SF author Harry Harrison working with Ernie Bache, and two early Lou Cameron tales. There's injury-to-the-eye, dismemberment, an eyeball story (?), and extreme violence--#11 appears in Seduction of the Innocent. And there are multiple swipes of EC's three witches narrating...unrecorded in Overstreet. Learn More
  6. ISABELLAE Volume 1

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    From the brilliant minds of Raule and Gabor, Dark Horse Books presents the first volume of Isabellae, collecting the first three French volumes (2013-14) in one compendium, in English for the first time. In feudal Japan, Isabellae Ashiwara, the fiercely independent daughter of a Celtic witch and a samurai master, roams the countryside with her father's ghost at her side, earning her living as a highly-skilled bounty hunter while searching for her long-lost sister, Siuko. Acquiring a misfit crew along the way, Isabellae battles against evil both worldly and supernatural, inching ever closer to the truth of her haunted past. Learn More

    Densely layered urban landscapes, some more representational, some almost entirely abstract. Introduction by OC Weekly art critic Dave Barton. In 1985, Wray moved to New York, doing comic book work for Marvel and DC Comics, while studying at New York's Art Students League. A phone call from John Kricfalusi sent him back West from the early 1990s through the 2000's to work on The Ren & Stimpy Show, Samurai Jack, The Mighty B! and other shows. Since 2010, Wray has worked with Rauch Brothers Animation on animated shorts for StoryCorps. His long-run Monroe series appeared in more than 100 issues of Mad, and he co-created Hellboy Junior with Mike Mignola. Wray now concentrates on landscape oil paintings of landscapes, figures, and urban settings. Learn More
  8. LONE WOLF AND CUB Gallery Edition

    Kazuo Koike's samurai epic is a tour de force of graphic fiction. Here for the first time ever are selections of the late Goseki Kojima's spectacular illustrations reproduced at original size on heavy-stock art paper to preserve the work in detail as it exists today, as close as one can come to owning these rarest of artworks. Including in its entirety the final titanic clash between Itto and his Yagu nemesis that ended the series. Includes special partial and full color pages. Facing each page with dialog in Japanese is the reproduced page with English translation. Learn More
  9. BLACK PANTHER Epic Collection Volume 2 Revenge of the Black Panther

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    Behold as the Black Panther sets out on adventures that only his co-creator, Jack Kirby, could conceive! T'Challa will discover the secret of King Solomon's frog, encounter alien races, battle eternal samurai warriors and much, much more. The history of the Wakandans, their majestic city, their amazing technology and the origins of Vibranium are also explored with a power and passion that only Kirby can offer. Next, Ed Hannigan and Jerry Bingham present an epic battle between the Black Panther, the Avengers and Ulysses Klaw. Learn More
  10. SHIN HANGA The New Print Movement of Japan

    The shin hanga (“new print”) movement flourished in Japan for almost fifty years after being set in motion and nurtured by publisher Watanabe Shozaburo (1885–1962). Employing the traditional “ukiyo-e quartet”—a production system consisting of artists, carvers, printers, and publishers—shin hanga attracted Western as well as native artists. The studio teams created woodblock prints that updated traditional ukiyo-e, including Kabuki actor portraits, “beauties,” landscapes and other nature themes, birds and flowers, ornate temples, buildings and bridges over exquisite ponds. Learn More

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