José Marzán, Jr.
Y: THE LAST MAN BOOK TWO
In these stories from issues #37-48, catch up on the adventures of Yorick’s monkey Ampersand and learn the origin of Yorick’s mysterious protector, Agent 355. Plus, Yorick searches...
updatedY: THE LAST MAN BOOK ONE
The first ten issues of the award-winning series written by Brian K. Vaughan (EX MACHINA, Lost) are collected in this new trade paperback! It’s the saga of Yorick Brown – the only...
updatedA.D.D.: ADOLESCENT DEMO DIVISION
The original graphic novel, now in trade paperback! Raised from birth to appear on reality TV, the Adolescent Demo Division have special abilities that make them the envy of the...
updatedJACK OF FABLES #39
"The New Adventures of Jack and Jack" Part 3! Jack Horner keeps getting fatter, bigger and uglier. It's pretty clear some sort of strong magic is at work, but is it a diabolical attack – or a final comeuppance at long last for Jack's many sins? In the meantime, his son Jack Frost has thoroughly taken over his dad's old book. Along with his new companion McDuff, Jack Frost has entered the itinerant hero trade, but so far with decidedly mixed results. Will he get better at his new chosen profession and become the modern Jack of Fables?
ABSOLUTE Y: THE LAST MAN VOL. 1
This is the saga of Yorick Brown, the only survivor of a plague that kills every mammal with a Y chromosome. Accompanied by his pet monkey, Ampersand, a mysterious government agent...
updatedJACK OF FABLES #40
Winding up our "Adventures of Jack and Jack" story, Jack Frost continues to learn the hero trade while Jack Horner finally learns why he's been getting so fat and ugly. Weirdly enough, that's all we can possibly tell you about this issue and still retain some bit of surprise. Of course we could lie and promise a few things that aren't actually in this story. We've done that often enough before. But after a while, the lies and misdirection and carefully constructed half-truths begin to weary a man's soul. Let's just say that by the end of this issue, both Jacks get what's coming to them.
updatedJACK OF FABLES #38
As you may know, during the "Great Fables Crossover," Jack defected from his own title and pushed his way into FABLES for a couple of months taking his favorite artist, Tony Akins, with him. It was obvious that Jack didn't really care if his second favorite artist, Russ Braun, was horribly insulted at the thought of being, well, second best. In this issue, penciller Russ Braun will enact a revenge so hideous on Jack that one of them may not make it to issue #39.