Richard Case is an American comics artist whose work has most often been seen published under the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics. His credits include a famous stint pencilling the majority of issues of Grant Morrison's groundbreaking run on DOOM PATROL, as well as drawing the final story arc of Peter Milligan's SHADE, THE CHANGING MAN.
DOOM PATROL BOOK FOUR
Writer Rachel Pollack continues Grant Morrison’s legendary run on the DOOM PATROL with stories from issues #64-74 plus DOOM PATROL ANNUAL #2 and a tale from VERTIGO JAM #2. In these...
ABSOLUTE PREACHER VOL. 2
In these tales from PREACHER #27-40, presented in DC’s Absolute format for the first time, Jesse and Tulip are reunited at last. Together with Cassidy, they head for New Orleans in...
DOOM PATROL BOOK ONE
In these tales from DOOM PATROL #19-34, the world’s strangest heroes have left behind almost every vestige of normality. Shunned as freaks and outcasts, the Doom Patrol faces...
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...
DOOM PATROL BOOK THREE
In these tales from issues #51-63, the Doom Patrol must face new challenges: the final fate of the Brotherhood of Dada, the rise of the unstoppable Candlemaker, Danny the Street...
DOOM PATROL BOOK TWO
These stories from DOOM PATROL #35-50 feature the debut of Danny the Street, the first appearance of Flex Mentallo, and, through it all, an incredible saga of cosmic war and super-...
DOOM PATROL OMNIBUS
The entire run of Grant Morrison’s DOOM PATROL is collected in hardcover! These tales turned Super Hero adventure on its head, challenging the boundaries of the genre with...
DEAD ENDERS: STEALING THE SUN
In this stylized book of mystery and science fiction, a drug-dealing car thief must discover the secret behind his visions in order to save the world. Twenty years after the devastating Cataclysm, society has been separated into sectors in which the rich are able to enjoy machine-generated weather and sunlight while the poor are forced to live an eternally dank and dark existence. Banished to the dismal Sector 5, the angst-ridden Beezer discovers that the corrupt city police are hunting him because of his experiential visions of a pre-apocalyptic world.