With its pitch-perfect blend of laughs, terror, and gore, as delineated by some of the finest cartoonists to ever draw a rotting, reanimated corpse, Tales from the Crypt (1950-1955, R.I.P.) remains the quintessential horror comic of all time.
1-800 MICE is an anthropological study of the imaginary city of Volcano Park (where flying mouse couriers have replaced Federal Express), with a soap-opera-styled fractured narrative and a cast of thousands. Learn More
Matthew Thurber’s epic comic book series returns with a fourth issue. An anthropological study of the imaginary city of Volcano Park, with a soap-opera-styled fractured narrative and a cast of thousands, Thurber’s work is sure to delight fans of ambitious comic book narratives, as well as those of screwball comedy and Oz-style fantasy. Learn More
In this edition collecting 100 BULLETS #59-80, the Houses of the Trust are warily circling each other, looking for the right angle to take in their impending war, while the remaining Minutemen continue to choose sides-and set up their own battle plans. Learn More
More members of The Trust fall, and one family head reaches out to a semi-retired Minuteman for help. And learn the last dark secrets as secrets are revealed about what really caused this war.
Swedish cartoonist/rapper Simon Gärdenfors left his home to spend four months on the road. His rules were simple: During the 120 days he wasn't allowed to return to his home, or to spend more than two nights at the same place. Otherwise, anything could happen - and it did. Learn More
From the imagination of Matt Kindt (MIND MGMT, 3 Story, Red Handed) comes a World War II thriller with the beauty and precision of an enigma machine, presented for the first time in deluxe color hardcover! Learn More