IT’S A BIRD... TP NEW EDITION
The acclaimed semi-autobiographical graphic novel that tells one of the most realistic Superman tales ever—without featuring Superman—is back in print! Steve’s given the dream...
NEIL GAIMAN’S MIDNIGHT DAYS
The classic collection of Vertigo tales from New York Times best-selling author Neil Gaiman is back! Providing tantalizing glimpses into the fantastical worlds he would create and...
MAD MAX: FURY ROAD – INSPIRED ARTISTS DELUXE EDITION
In anticipation of the upcoming blockbuster film Mad Max: Fury Road, 65 of comics’ best artists took to the post-apocalyptic landscape to interpret this gorgeous and desolate world...
HOUSE OF SECRETS: FOUNDATION
In the fully painted psychological thriller and horror story HOUSE OF SECRETS: FOUNDATION, teenage runaway Rain Harper becomes part of a supernatural justice system when she takes up residence in a haunted mansion. Holding court within the abandoned house, five otherworldly ghostly spirits known as the Juris hypnotically summon people to their location and judge them for the secrets that they keep. Acting as a "witness" that binds the Juris' trials to this plane of existence, Rain is forced to validate their decisions as she simultaneously tries to save the defendants from their sentences.
SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE BOOK THREE
In these tales from SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE #25-36, Wesley Dodds meets the Hourman, battles the Python and faces the Night of the Butcher. Plus, the mortal Sandman meets the godlike...
THE ANNOTATED SANDMAN VOL. 4
In this final ANNOTATED SANDMAN volume, Leslie Klinger provides historical insights into THE SANDMAN #57-75, plus a story from VERTIGO JAM #1, appendices and more.
HOUSE 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.
IT'S A BIRD...
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