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In this issue, Paragon the Ulti-Male battles the rampaging juggernaut known as Goliath; the "Greatest Generation" is spotlighted in the Old Glory story; The Vanguard defends Aragon City from the Berserker; Soulmate delves into the fates of two star-crossed lovers and the nocturnal avenger Crescent is introduced. 64 Pages, Full Color.
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Continue the journey through Aspen Comics' evolution in the second gorgeous assortment of the publisher's most breathtaking cover art! Featuring new series additions to Aspen's popular Michael Turner's Fathom and Soulfire titles, this 48 page collection is the follow-up to last year's runaway hit debut art book by Aspen! Includes artwork by founder and creator Michael Turner, Joe Benitez, Talent Caldwell, Peter Steigerwald, Andy Park and more!
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Antarctic Press proudly presents a shining showcase of new, strong female talent, with something unique and wonderful in every issue! On her way to get groceries, Anais is magically transported to a very strange world, where the only way home is to find the items on her shopping list. Meanwhile, Emi discovers new classmate Helen shares her passion for the handheld game Adventure Quest XXI, so they form a party-both for real and in the game-questing together in the name of teamwork, friendship, and XP!
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Our second salvo of female comic talent contains two new short stories that are out of this world! In Shan Murphy's "Corporeal", a bunny on a seriously cute space mission befriends a helpful alien. In Miran Ong Chua's "Put A Spell On Me", two wizard girls go on their very first date. New illustrations, too!
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The popular Indie series featuring independent women comic creators and illustrators is back! A queen protects the future of her kingdom at all costs (Sam Beck), and a young woman discovers growing up sometimes starts when you're already an adult (Hannah Fisher).
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Another duet of dramas from the dynamic distaff of the comics world! Jane Mai provides a tale of a mysterious summer fling, along with a quiet, wistful cover. And Mira Ong Chua returns with a story about love, demons and pastries!
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In 2010, Professor John Jennings and Dr. Damian Duffy compiled and published a 176-page collection of art and essays celebrating the vibrant African American independent comics community. Black Comix featured over 50 contributors, including Dawud Anyabwile, Eric Battle, Kenji Marshall, Afua Richardson, Larry Stroman, Rob Stull, Lance Tooks, and many, many more. It met high praise throughout the industry and quickly sold through its respectable print run despite interest and demand—used copies now fetch $60-150 on Amazon and eBay. Flash-forward eight years: the comic industry has changed a lot since then, and the amount of African American talent continues to grow and amaze. While huge strides in diversity have been made, John and Damian felt the time was right for another spotlight on the topic. Rather than simply reprinting the first edition, considering the number of fresh new voices and changes in the industry, a whole new volume felt necessary. This massive volume will be a brand-new milestone spotlight on the amazing diversity in comics today.
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Stories to inspire wonder and question the darkness inside us all. An anthology of unsettling comic stories by established and emerging creators.
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Don't miss this special tribute issue to the women and men who help preserve and protect our freedom! Featuring an all new short story set in the Grimm Universe and special pin up artwork by some of the industry's top talent.
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Deal With The Devil When Chris Monroe falls for a gorgeous co-worker named Rebecca, he'll do almost anything to win her over. He finds that the devil himself is waiting in the wings to cut a deal and make Chris's dreams a reality. But Chris knows the price of his soul is too high of a price to pay. However, Chris soon learns that it's not his soul the devil is necessarily after.
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Famed warrior Azarias has gathered a small army of varied adventurers on a quest to gather the dust of a distant island god in order to save the life of their king. Along the way, they encounter numerous beasts and monsters all in the process of gathering artifacts necessary to locate the island god before ultimately defeating it. Throughout the course of the adventure, the band disperses into small groups with individual objectives in order to cover more ground in shorter order. These individual side-story adventures reveal more about each of the many unique and intriguing characters and their different interactions in different combinations. While the primary story line is told by series codirector Josh Tierney and illustrated by Miguel Valderrama, the individual short tales are told by a variety of their celebrated comic-industry peers in different visual styles. This expertly curated anthology approach builds to the ultimate encounter and resolution in the end, with each of the warriors in the ensemble receiving their due attention. A very intricate and original fantasy universe filled with a large cast of intriguing, complex, and diverse warriors deserving stories of their own. The full roster of talent contributing to this epic tale include Paul Maybury, Josh Tierney, Miguel Valderrama, Carlos Valderrama, Devin Kraft, Anas Awad, Meg Gandy, Jared Morgan, Irene Koh, Kyla Vanderklugt, Benjamin Marra, Alexis Ziritt, Travel Foreman, Carlos Carrasco, Vlad Gusev, and Ramon Sierra.  
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An Illuminati celebrity assassin, adorably twisted ritual sacrifices, doomed lovotic space affairs, war toads, G.U.N.T.S., luchador gorillas, and urban languawitches await in this bizarrely wonderful sci-fi-fantasy fueled comic anthology. Imaginary Drugs is a creator driven exploration of life, love, death, and raygun-toting, multiverse adventure. Skirting the fears and fringes and subverting the hopes and expectations of the modern imagination, Imaginary Drugs tackles the possible future origins of human life, our increasingly dependent relationship with technology, and the ass-kicking absurdity of beating a nest of blood-suckers into submission with a cosmically powered baseball bat.
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Raise the sails and the sales, 'cause an A.P. flagship is back! Mangazine has returned! Captained by the able Ben Dunn, Godfather of American Manga, this ship's loaded with fresh talent and fine art! From a demoness wreaking harsh justice to a guitarist rocking his mad ax in a world out of Mad Max, from palace intrigue on a distant world to a duel of baked goods versus baked bads here on ours! All hands on deck, and prepare to enjoy!
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We've got too much talent to be contained in a mere quarterly! Terry Parr and Halo Sama put you through "Aerobicide: the Extreme Ninja Workout", Mary Bellamy delivers sweet justice with "Cosmic Cupcake Chaos", John Crowther and Dell Barras leave you praying for more with "John 3:16", and Edward Pun's got game as he sends you rolling (the die) through an attack of "Invaders!"
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From the frozen reaches of the far south comes another blast of stupendous storytelling! Arthur Bellfield and Charles Fortner explore why one superhero might give up and another turn bad in "Negative Influences". Killer cupcakes are bad enough, but then sweet Sioux butts heads with the Jelly Bean Knights in the full-contact whimsy of Mary Bellamy's "Cosmic Cupcake Chaos". And the world's most dangerous assassin must protect her family from the organization she once worked for in "Victoria Black", by Bradley Golden and Dan Garcia.
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Another polar-power blast of stupendous stories and art! In "Victoria Black", by Bradley Golden and Dan Garcia, top assassin Victoria stays alert for threats against her and her family, but betrayal may lurk closer than she'd believe. In Mary Bellamy's "Cosmic Cupcake Chaos", Sioux learns in her showdown with the Jelly Bean Knights that almost everything she believed about who's good and bad might be wrong! And Anthony Zicari and Claudio Sepulveda take you to "Dream Town", where all your dreams come true...even the bad ones.
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Fairy tales have fueled our dreams and fired our imaginations for centuries. Step inside a time machine built by a collection of today's finest storytellers, and enter a range of futures where familiar tales are reimagined in an astonishing variety of styles. Editors Andrew Carl and Chris Stevens bring you the next wave of leading writers and illustrators working alongside superstar creators like Farel Dalrymple (Pop Gun War), Ryan Ottley (Invincible), Khoi Pham (Daredevil), and Brandon Graham (King City) to deliver a reading experience that will delight generations young and old. * Ageless stories become tales for a new age!
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They say a picture is worth a thousand words. For Bluewater's Political Power, a line of comic books exploring the lives behind the people who shape political discourse in the United States, the portraits that grace the covers convey the power, the dignity, and the spirit of the men and women in our government.
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Puerto Rico Strong is a comics anthology that explores what it means to be Puerto Rican and the diversity that exists within that concept, from today's most exciting Puerto Rican comics creators. All profits will go to towards disaster relief and recovery programs to support Puerto Rico. Despite being a US territory, Puerto Rico is often thought of as a foreign land, if it's even a thought in the mind of the average American at all. Its people exist in all corners of America; some of them have parents who immigrated from the home island, others are a part of families that have been on the mainland for generations. Then there are those who have come to the states in search of a dream but struggle to integrate into an unfamiliar culture, while there are those who have lived in the United States all of their lives but still have the same struggle because of the color of their skin or their sexual identity. These stories follow individuals from diverse walks of life but are all part of the culture that is Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico Strong features art and writing by Rosa Colon, Vita Ayala, Naomi Franquiz, Javier Cruz Winnik, Sabrina Cintron, Ronnie Garcia, Fabian Nicieza, Joamette Gil, and many more!
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A 48-page anthology of some of the most phantasmagorical oddities in the Robert Ripley collection, written and illustrated by by an equally mind-blowing mix of comic book legends and rising stars. You'll have to see it to believe it! "A Tale As Old As..." (THE REAL STORY OF BEAUTY AND THE BEAST), written by Howard Mackie and illustrated by Hakan Aydin "I've Been Working On The Railroad" (PHINEAS GAGE, THE MAN WHO SURVIVED A RAILROAD SPIKE THROUGH HIS HEAD), written by Fox Kavanagh and illustrated by Daniel Maine "The Ride Of His Life" (THE DEAD MAN WHO WON A HORSE RACE), written by Dale Mettam "Mother Nature Blew Her Stack When I Caldera Volcano" (THE YELLOWSTONE VOLCANO THAT COULD WIPE US ALL OUT), written by Victoria Rau and illustrated by Pat Broderick "49 Lives" (THE CAT WHO COULD PREDICT DEATH), written by Ben Meares and illustrated by Marcelo Basile And 5 illustrated fun fact pages, featuring more juicy tidbits about the stories within this issue and Robert Ripley himself!
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