Mixing realism with humor, GANGLAND presents an entertaining and surreal look into the violent world of gangs and organized crime. These fourteen felonious tales of malice and duplicity explore the motivations of men uniting for illicit gain through violence, murder, and intimidation. Featuring made gangsters, suburban wannabes, and alien enforcers, this provocative book includes stories of a lonely hit man on a suicide mission, a mob informant's deadly new life, and old-school retribution in New Russia.
ARMY@LOVE VOL. 1: THE HOT ZONE CLUB
"An amazingly racy and ruthless satire/critique of a never-ending war in Afghanistan." — Entertainment WeeklyComics iconoclast Rick Veitch, the creator of CAN'T GET NO, writes and illustrates this volume collecting the critically acclaimed first six issues of the new series that is equal parts blistering battle action, sensuous soap opera and pitch-black satire that fans of PREACHER and TRANSMETROPOLITAN will love.
THE ABSOLUTE DEATH
"The landmark comic-book series that actually made Death seem . . . cool." — ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY on THE SANDMAN
A masterpiece in storytelling, THE SYSTEM utilizes bold stencil illustrations and evocative silence to portray the gritty side of life in New York City. A tale of sex, racism, violence, love, crime and injustice, this stunning book shows how the actions of individuals have far-reaching and interconnecting repercussions in the lives of everyone in the city. Focusing on a corrupt policeman, a serial killer, a street junkie, a scandalous industrialist and an exploited stripper, THE SYSTEM provides a dark tour of an ominous world of coincidences and consequences.
THE ABSOLUTE SANDMAN VOL. 3
The third volume collecting Neil Gaiman's seminal, award-winning series starring the Dream King in deluxe format. ABSOLUTE SANDMAN VOL. 3 presents several key SANDMAN tales in a slipcased hardcover edition, including "Brief Lives," in which the Sandman's sister Delirium prevails upon her older brother to help her find their missing sibling, Destruction. But their journey through the Waking World has dramatic repercussions for their family and also for the relationship between the Sandman and his wayward son, Orpheus.