THE INVISIBLES BOOK TWO
This new collection focuses on Lord Fanny’s past as a prostitute in Brazil, while King Mob leads the team in a search for the missing Jack Frost. And King Mob’s past as a mod...
THE INVISIBLES DELUXE EDITION VOL. 2
This deluxe hardcover focuses on Lord Fanny’s past as a prostitute in Brazil, while King Mob leads the team in a search for the missing Jack Frost. And King Mob’s past as a mod...
THE SANDMAN VOL. 9: THE KINDLY ONES
Distraught by the kidnapping and presumed death of her son, and believing Morpheus to be responsible, Lyta Hall calls the ancient wrath of the Furies down upon him. A former superheroine blames Morpheus for the death of her child and summons an ancient curse of vengeance against the Lord of Dream. The "kindly ones" enter his realm and force a sacrifice that will change the Dreaming forever.
VERTIGO RESURRECTED: WINTER'S EDGE #1
In time for the frigid depths of winter are ten previously uncollected short stories from the pages of VERTIGO WINTER'S EDGE – the timeless Vertigo title that featured comics' most select and sensational creators tackling the imprint's most enduring characters. Featuring The Endless, Swamp Thing, John Constantine and Tim Hunter in stories by Neil Gaiman (SANDMAN), Brian K. Vaughan (Y: THE LAST MAN), Dave Gibbons (WATCHMEN), Garth Ennis (PREACHER), Paul Pope (BATMAN: YEAR 100) and many, many more!
In this lost Vertigo classic, a hopeless drifter named Vincent awakens to a fantastic world where magic exists and gods walk the earth. He’s been killed and reborn, chased by...
THE INVISIBLES VOL. 5: COUNTING TO NONE
The exploits of the secret society of anarchists continue. This collection includes the groundbreaking stories "Time Machine Go," "Sensitive Criminals," "American Death Camp,"and "And We're All Police Men."
THE ABSOLUTE SANDMAN VOL. 4
This final volume includes behind-the-scenes extras plus issues #57-75 and a story from VERTIGO JAM #1. Don't miss the end of what Playboy called "a modern myth, as well as a précis on why the stories we tell matter so much