Comic book afficionados rejoice! The best of the cult classic series, Zot!, first created by Scott McCloud in 1984, is reprised in this arresting trade paperback compilation, with bonus material! Learn More
The famous mathematical principle known as Zeno's Paradox (no two objects can ever come in contact with one another because the space between the two can be infinitely halved) is brilliantly illustrated by the Langridge Brothers. Learn More
From the banned 1950s horror comics that Dr. Fredric Wertham, The U.S. Senate, and mothers didn't want innocent children to devour comes a terrifying and timely anthology of comics of the undead..."Zombies". Learn More
The robot forces are losing the war against these rotting masses, which leaves only one choice— head underground… never mind the fact that a possibly even greater threat is looming in the survivors’ UnderCity shelter! Learn More
As we know from Greg Stones' first breakout hit book, zombies hate stuff. It's less understood that the undead also struggle with the stuff of everyday life usually navigated by the breathing. Learn More
Comprising a full two and a half years' worth of dailies and full-color Sundays, The Dingburg Diaries is the third Zippy book featuring tales of "Dingburg, the City Inhabited Entirely by Pinheads" — Zippy’s home town. Learn More
With his wholesome approach, Jack Kamen stood out amongst the grand-guignol grunge, gritty realism, or futuristic dazzle of his fellow EC cartoonists — but his brilliant editor/writer Al Feldstein found a way to exploit the surface innocence of his style with seemingly nice stories of romance gone horribly wrong, or future fantasies with an unexpectedly brutal twist. And nowhere did Kamen'’s clean-but-lush graphics work better than in the stories he created for EC's science-fiction comics.
The remaining members of the original British super-team Cloud 9 with some additional powered affiliates (including Zenith's infant son) have destroyed America in retaliation for an attempt on their lives. Learn More
Available for the first time in 20 years, the legendary early work by Grant Morrison and Steve Yeowell! Berlin, 1945: The allies unleashed the World War II hero Maximan upon the German super soldier Masterman.