AMERICAN SPLENDOR SEASON TWO #3
How much pain is too much? For Harvey Pekar, the answer may be somewhat different than you'd think. And that's just one of the conundrums pondered by Pekar in this issue.
"An exquisitely creepy crime story loaded with twists. Gage and Samnee make one hell of a team. Thanks to them I'll forever be uncomfortable around power drills." – Jason Aaron (SCALPED)"A moody, compelling thriller superbly told. AREA 10 is a breakneck ride. Time after time, I thought I had it figured out, then got thrown at the next bend of the road." – Mike Carey (THE UNWRITTEN)
AMERICAN SPLENDOR: ANOTHER DAY
Harvey Pekar returns to celebrate 30 years of autobiographical comics with his newest volume collecting the 4-issue acclaimed miniseries.
AMERICAN SPLENDOR #2
Seven new stories from the ongoing adventures of the ultimate everyman, featuring an all-star roster of artists including Eddie Campbell (BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT, From Hell), Richard Corben (SWAMP THING), Chris Weston (THE FILTH) and Leonardo Manco (HELLBLAZER). Harvey battles rebellious toilet bowls, overbearing snowfalls and uncooperative eyeglasses, among other adversaries, in this ad-free issue.
"A page-turning mix of science fiction and noir thriller." — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY"Gage's first graphic novel script easily equals his best television work." — BOOKLIST
AMERICAN SPLENDOR: ANOTHER DOLLAR
More moving moments from the life of the essential everyman! Harvey Pekar returns with the second Vertigo volume of his AMERICAN SPLENDOR series. Harvey moves into his senior years and finds that he may be able to cope after all.
THE EXTERMINATORS VOL. 2: INSURGENCY
In this stunning volume collecting THE EXTERMINATORS #6-10, Henry and Stretch get an emergency call to dispose of a black widow that's been terrorizing the local SandM club. But what they encounter will change the course of their newfound mission.
THE EXTERMINATORS #8
A special stand-alone issue with guest art by rising star Chris Samnee (Queen and Country) presents Henry with a problem that could turn out more tragic than any pitched battle with bugs: the dreaded "two girlfriends" conundrum — proving that the only force more potent than nature is the human heart.