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  1. Zombies vs Robots: Women on War!

    Zombies vs Robots: Women on War!


    Presenting a dozen-less-two high-value adventures straight from the global zombie/robot conflict, WOMEN ON WAR is definitive proof that IDW’s Band of Sisters can bring the Zombie Terror and Robot Menace as good (if not better) than their ZvR brothers. Tier One Operators in the theater of compelling (and often squishy) action-horror, this unique volume features all-new illustrations by IDW’s latest discovery, artist Ericka Lugo. Award-winning horror/dark fantasy writer Nancy Holder provides an insightful introductory essay. Leading literary experts agree, adding this distinctive title to your library is a real no-brainer, but you must act quickly, we won’t be keeping it in print for long, only initial orders are guaranteed to be filled. Learn More
  2. Devils Among Angels

    Devils Among Angels


    A Journey from Paradise and Hell to Life "In Sam Marder's account, it all adds up to beautiful music-a symphony dedicated to life and hope and a triumph of human spirit over the worst that can be done to it." - From the Introduction by Irving Greenberg, Ph.D "A lifelong artist, Sam Marder has produced yet another work of art-one which inspires hope, invites meaningful introspection, and leaves an indelible mark on both the heart and the mind." - Rabbi Brad Hirschfield "The reader is transformed by Marder's striking images of angels and devils at work in human lives-and his calm reassurance of the ultimate victory of the angels. This book is required reading for anyone interested in the resilience of children, and creative genius, in the face of the Holocaust." - Lisa Rosner, Ph.D. Learn More
  3. Parker: The Hunter by Richard Stark With Illustrations by Darwyn Cooke

    Parker: The Hunter by Richard Stark With Illustrations by Darwyn Cooke


    In 1962, Donald E. Westlake, writing under the pseudonym Richard Stark, created what would become one of the most important and enduring crime fiction series' ever produced—PARKER. Westlake wrote more than 20 Parker novels, many are considered classics of the genre, and a number of which have transitioned to the big screen. Most notable of these is Point Blank, directed by John Boorman and starring Lee Marvin, released in 1967. Westlake received many accolades during his distinguished career, including being named a Grand Master by the Mystery Writer's of America, that prestigious organization's highest honor. Darwyn Cooke has adapted four Parker books as graphic novels so far, including the recently released Slayground. The first three, The Hunter, The Outfit, and The Score have all won Eisner and Harvey Awards. He will be providing all-new color illustrations for The Hunter, the first in a series of hardcover prose novels released in chronological order and featuring Cooke's art. The Hunter, the first book in the Parker series, is the story of a man who hits New York head-on like a shotgun blast to the chest. Betrayed by the woman he loves and double-crossed by his partner in crime, Parker makes his way cross-country with only one thought burning in his mind—to coldly exact his revenge and reclaim what was taken from him! Learn More

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