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  1. Joe Kubert’s Tarzan of the Apes: Artist’s Edition Signed, Remarqued and Numbered Limited Edition PRE-ORDER

    $300.00

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    THIS ORDER PAGE IS FOR PRE-ORDER ONLY. Pre-orders will be shipped in the order that they were received. You may experience a shipping delay of 1-2 weeks after the release date depending on the total quantity of orders received. This limited edition features a bound in signature plate that has been signed, numbered, and remarqued by Joe Kubert, each with an original head sketch. This edition is limited to 181 copies only and is strictly available to one per customer only. NOTE: $50 from each sale of the limited edition will be donated to the newly established Joe Kubert Scholarship fund at the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon Art. Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Edgar Rice Burroughs' most enduring creation, Tarzan of the Apes! Joe Kubert was one of the most acclaimed comic artists ever. His career in comics lasted nearly 70 years. Throughout all those years his hallmarks have been a mastery of sequential storytelling and exceptionally fine drawing. Highlights of his career include work on Hawkman, Enemy Ace, Tor, Sgt. Rock, and the Viking Prince. But of all these exceptional artistic achievements one stands out: his remarkable adaption of ERB's Tarzan. This Artist Edition collects six complete stories by Kubert, including the four-part classic, Tarzan of the Apes—the defining story of young Lord Greystoke being orphaned in the African jungle and adopted by the she-ape Kala, and grows to manhood to become Tarzan, lord of the jungle. Learn More
  2. Art of Metal Gear Solid

    $24.99

    From gaming consoles to comic books, Metal Gear Solid has captured the imagination of millions of fans worldwide. And it's little wonder why. In addition to showcasing art from Ashley Wood’s graphic novel adaptations of Metal Gear Solid and Metal Gear Solid: Sons of Liberty, this revamped collection features the work Ash did for the Metal Gear Solid: Mobile Portable Ops video game and new, never-before-seen material. Learn More
  3. The Carl Barks' Big Book of Barney Bear

    $34.99

    Carl Barks tops the list of greatest comic book artists of many devoted fans around the world. He has often been called the Good Duck Artist by avid readers of all ages of his Disney Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge comics. Those Duck stories have been reprinted and loved again and again by the millions. But while the Duck oeuvre is easily obtainable, only a few elite fans have got rare glimpses of another fabulous alternate universe that Barks created around the classic animation characters Barney Bear and Benny Burro. Hidden in rare Golden-Age comics only Scrooge McDuck could afford are wonderful full-color fantasy and fun stories as only Barks could write and draw 'em! Collected for the first time in a deluxe hardcover full-color tome, all of these masterpieces have been meticulously restored. Barks’ Bear Book is edited and designed by Eisner Award-winning comics historian Craig Yoe. Learn More
  4. Danger Girl Campbell Sketchbook

    $19.99

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    A striking collection of sketches, preliminaries, layouts and designs by comics superstar, J. Scott Campbell. For an added bonus, a super-cool flipbook runs the length of the sketchbook, featuring a sexy Danger Girl shimmying and shaking! It’s sure to keep you flipping pages! Learn More
  5. Caniff: A Visual Biography

    $49.99

    Produced with full access to Caniff's extensive personal archives at The Ohio State University, and with the cooperation of the Caniff estate, this oversized book reproduces from the original artwork hundreds of comics, illustrations, pencil sketches, and drawings—including many not previously reprinted. In addition to the three famous comic strips, represented are his childhood drawings, the beginnings of his career as a newspaper cartoonist, his significant contributions to the 1940s war effort, as well as his continuing relationship with the Air Force, Boy Scouts, and other organizations. Learn More
  6. Li’l Abner, Vol. 3

    Li’l Abner, Vol. 3

    $49.99

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    IDW's The Library of American Comics invites you to (g-gulp!), (chuckle), (sigh!!), and (*moan*) like a real Dogpatcher at all the fun and excitement in Volume 3 of The Complete Li’l Abner! Enjoy breakneck comedy in these daily and full-color comic strips from 1939 and 1940, as Al Capp spoofs the movies Topper and The Grapes of Wrath—sends Lonesome Polecat and Hairless Joe to New York, armed with a fresh batch of Kickapoo Joy Juice—gets Adam Lazonga, the world’s greatest lover, to give lessons in how to woo a gal “Dogpatch-style”— and stages a battle for the ages as Mammy Yokum throws down against mean ol’ Mother Ratfield! Eisner-winning editor and designer Dean Mullaney and writer Bruce Canwell continue to examine this slice of pure Americana. Learn More
  7. Miss Fury

    Miss Fury

    $49.99

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    Catfights and crossdressers, mad scientists and Gestapo agents with swastika branding irons—it's one lurid and exciting adventure after another in this lavish, full-color collection of the first female superhero created and drawn by a woman. Miss Fury was a sexy adventurer clad in a skin-tight panther costume. By day, she was socialite Marla Drake. By night… Miss Fury. In the first half of the 20th century, women cartoonists could be found in America's newspapers, but Tarpé Mills was one of the few who drew adventure comics, and the only one who drew a costumed superheroine. The Miss Fury Sunday newspaper strip ran from 1941 until 1952 and had millions of readers, among them GIs who painted the beautiful action heroine on the nosecones of their bombers. Learn More
  8. Dave Stevens: Complete Sketches & Studies HC

    $50.00

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    Dave Stevens, famed creator of The Rocketeer, was an extraordinary artist. His talents with pencil and brush were legendary and fans anxiously awaited each new—although infrequent—cover or illustration he rendered. To quell his fans thirst for more Stevens art, Dave self-published four limited edition sketchbooks, chock full of beautiful preliminaries, sketches, roughs, and even completely finished pieces. All four sketchbooks are long out of print, and are highly sought-after collectibles, but IDW is now collecting all four, as well as numerous drawings never before seen, in one gorgeous hardcover. Brought to you by the same team responsible for the Eisner Award-winning The Rocketeer: The Complete Adventures Deluxe Edition. Learn More
  9. Popbot Big Beautiful Book HC

    $125.00

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    POPBOT BIG BEAUTIFUL BOOK collects the long sold-out POPBOT Volumes 1 through 8. This huge 11" x 14" hardcover collection showcases over 400 pages of Ashley Wood art and comes with a slipcase. Strictly limited to 500 copies. Learn More
  10. Genius Isolated: The Life and Art of Alex Toth

    $49.99

    Alex Toth is revered as one of the greatest of all comics artists. Others laud his pioneering work in animation, including his groundbreaking designs for Space Ghost and The Herculoids. His work influenced countless professionals in both fields. Genius, Isolated: The Life and Art of Alex Toth is the first of a three-book set that will be the definitive statement on the restless genius and timeless legacy of Alex Toth. Produced by the Eisner Award-winning team of Dean Mullaney and Bruce Canwell—who produced Scorchy Smith and the Art of Noel Sickles—Genius, Isolated is a lavishly illustrated book that includes the first biography of this giant figure. The book has been compiled with complete access to the family archives, and with the full cooperation of Toth's children. Toth fans and friends throughout the world have loaned original artwork reproduced in the entire series. Included are many examples of Toth's art, from complete stories to rare pages, as well as an unfinished and unpublished penciled story from the early 1950s! The tome covers his earliest stories at DC in the 1940s, his defining work at Standard, his incomparable Zorro comics in the 1950s, and a special section collects, for the first time, the complete Jon Fury pages that Toth produced while in the army, a section that alone is worth the price of admission. Alex Toth was more than a unique and influential artist. He was a keenly insightful philosopher about comics, cartooning, and animation—with opinions on how they are created as opposed to how he felt they should be created. He wasn't shy about expressing those thoughts, whether in sometimes-scathing personal letters, essays for publication, or letters to the editor. To flesh out the complete story of his life and art, Mullaney and Canwell have spent more than a year conducting wide-ranging interviews with dozens of Toth's peers, friends, and family members. With a special introduction by Mark Chiarello, Genius, Isolated is the beginning of a comics biography everyone will be talking about for years to come.  Learn More

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