FREE COUNTRY: A TALE OF THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE
“A long time ago, I wrote the first part of a story, and waited to find out how it middled, then worked with Jamie Delano and Alisa Kwitney on the end. For years people have asked...
PREACHER BOOK FOUR
This title spotlights Jesse Custer’s battle with the Saint of Killers and the forces of Starr originally presented in PREACHER #34-40. Also included: the PREACHER SPECIAL: ONE MAN’S...
updatedHOUSE OF MYSTERY VOL. 8: DESOLATION
• Don’t miss the final confrontations between Fig and, well, everyone! • This final volume collects HOUSE OF MYSTERY #36-42.
updatedPREACHER BOOK FOUR
For the first time in hardcover, this title collects the story of Jesse Custer's ultimate battle with the Saint of Killers and the forces of Starr — and the catastrophic outcome — originally presented in PREACHER #34-40. Also included: the PREACHER SPECIAL: ONE MAN'S WAR, PREACHER SPECIAL: THE STORY OF YOU-KNOW-WHO and PREACHER SPECIAL: THE GOOD OLD BOYS, starring Starr, Arseface, and Jody and T.C., the evil bastards of Angelville who haunted the Preacher's childhood.
ANIMAL MAN VOL. 7: RED PLAGUE
Tragedy strikes Animal Man’s daughter Maxine in these stories from issues #64-79 – but is it the result of a government conspiracy? Animal Man attacks Washington, D.C., with an army...
updatedA GOD SOMEWHERE: NEW EDITION
The acclaimed original graphic novel is back in a new edition at a new, lower price!After a mysterious disaster, a young man named Eric finds that he has just as mysteriously developed extraordinary abilities. He starts out trying to help people, but his solitary position in the world isolates him in ways no ordinary human could understand. This original graphic novel charts Eric's evolution from man to . . . something else, as seen through the eyes of his family and his best friend, Sam.
updatedA GOD SOMEWHERE
"The most human take on the 'Super Hero' story I have ever seen. This is the book that shows just how good a writer John Arcudi is." — Mike Mignola"It is our first real Super Hero tragedy in the classic sense of the term, and although we may flinch, writer John Arcudi does not." — Dennis O'Neil