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  1. DOMINO LADY THE COMPLETE COLLECTION DLX SLIPCASED
    $200.00

    From Indiana Jones to The Shadow, he's visualized more classic fictional icons than any other American artist and now he's added another, in a spectacular volume which incorporates four favorite Steranko themes: pulp fiction, noir mystery, art deco, and beautiful women. A new painted cover showcasing equal parts danger, intrigue, and sex appeal. Each adventure pits the sultry femme fatale against vicious gangsters and secret societies, all of which are captured by evocative Steranko double-page title illustrations. And as a Special Bonus, he has also authored a new thriller that reveals the sin-tillating secrets of the Domino Lady's lethal origin for the first time ever! She's the quintessential '30s pulp vixen, a masked manhunter in a noir deco world, right out of a Warner Bros, thriller in a handsome format. Learn More
  2. THE COMPLETE EIGHTBALL SLIPCASED
    $175.00

    Before he rose to fame as a filmmaker and the author of the best-selling graphic novels Ghost World, David Boring, Ice Haven, and The Death Ray, Daniel Clowes made his name from 1989 to 1997 by producing 18 issues of the beloved comic book series Eightball, which is still widely considered to be one of the greatest and most influential comic book titles of all time. Now, for the 25th Anniversary of Eightball, Fantagraphics is collecting these long out-of-print issues in a slipcased set of two hardcover volumes, reproducing each issue in facsimile form exactly as they were originally published. Included are over 450 pages of vintage Clowes, including such seminal serialized graphic novels/strips/rants as, Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron, Ghost World, Pussey, I Hate You Deeply, Sexual Frustration, Ugly Girls, Why I Hate Christians, Message to the People of the Future, Paranoid, My Suicide, Chicago, Art School Confidential, On Sports, Zubrick and Pogeybait, Hippypants and Peace-Bear, Grip Glutz, The Sensual Santa, Feldman, and so many more. Learn More
  3. ART OF JON WHITCOMB DELUXE SLIPCASED
    $150.00

    This limited deluxe edition, number 66 of 100, comes in a pink cloth slipcase, and has a tipped in plate signed by Daniel Zimmer. A spectacular new art book from The Illustrated Press. 300 full color images, many from original paintings and drawings, plus rare photographs, and lots of magazine covers, advertising pieces, and story illustrations. Whitcomb was a pioneer in the switch from oil to gouache. He zoomed in on people, usually pretty young women, and became one of the top illustrators from the '40s to the 1960s, a major contributor in Collier's, McCalls', Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping and other major magazines. Learn More
  4. BETTY BOOP'S SUNDAY BEST
    $50.00

    Nominated for an Eisner Award for Best Publication Design! All the 1930's Betty Boop Sunday strips are collected here the first book to do so -- in full color! Includes other ultra-rare color Sundays, Max Fleischer's Out of the Inkwell and a strip by Helen Kane herself (the model for Betty Boop). Cover by premiere Boop artist Leslie Cabarga. Learn More
  5. SHAZAM! The Golden Age of the World's Mightiest Mortal Hardcover
    $45.00

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    Captain Marvel made his debut in Whiz Comics in 1940, and within a few years was outselling his biggest competitor--Superman. Along with Mary Marvel and Captain Marvel, Jr., he starred in a huge variety of merchandise—secret decoders, figurines, buttons, paper rockets, tin toys, puzzles, costumes. And a fan club. Here these are: an unprecedented assortment, gathered together by award-winning writer/designer Chip Kidd and photographer Geo Spear. Comics pages, covers, rare artwork, one-of-a-kind toys...all here and much more. Learn More
  6. HOMECOMING DESTINATION DISNEYLAND
    $150.00

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    Homecoming Destination Disneyland New Book to Celebrate Disneyland's 50th Anniversary To commemorate Disneyland's Golden Anniversary, Ape Pen Publishing will release Homecoming Destination Disneyland, a collection of vintage photographs by veteran news photographer Mell Kilpatrick, narrative tributes from a host of celebrities, and exclusive artwork by legendary Disney artist Sam McKim, (also art by, Walt Disney, Floyd Norman, Willie Ito, Brian McKim, & Ron Dias). Narrative tributes include brief recollections from people involved with Walt Disney and the Disneyland Park during its early years. Learn More
  7. THE BEST OF VIRGIL FINLAY
    $45.00

    Edited by G.B. Love and James Van Hise, this is a collection of black and white art from fantasy artist Virgil Finlay in his classic stippled style. Learn More
  8. THE JIM BURNS PORTFOLIO
    $45.00

    An introductory text accompanies 28 of the artist's fantasy visions of gentle dreamscapes, awesome beasts, startling humanoids and futuristic cars and hardware. Titles are kept to the blank reverse of each plate, making the paintings suitable for framing. Learn More
  9. WALT DISNEY AND EUROPE
    $25.00

    Concentrating on the classic animated feature films produced under Walt Disney's personal supervision, Robin Allan examines the European influences on some of the most beloved Disney classics from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to The Jungle Book. This lavishly illustrated volume is based on archival research and extensive interviews with those who worked closely with Walt Disney. Learn More
  10. TINTIN THE COMPLETE COMPANION
    $40.00

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    Tintin The Complete Companion starts where Tintin and the World of Herge stopped. An overview of the world famous comic character and of his adventures through the 23 titles of the complete oeuvre, the Complete Companion contextualizes Herge's work, places it in its historical period by showing side by side the drawings and the references used by the artist to establish believable backgrounds and realistic details. Also included are a large number of sketches that Herge would rework and polish until he found the clearest, most easily readable line, giving birth to a style that would later be called the Clear Line. While this book is clearly aimed at an older reading audience, its iconography and attractive layouts will also appeal to teenagers and young and old comic connoisseurs who are familiar with Tintin adventures.

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