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  1. Top 100 Horror Movies

    $24.99

    For the first Fantastic Press offering, it’s horror against horror in the ultimate scary movie match-up. Screenwriter/film historian Gary Gerani (Pumpkinhead) presents and evaluates the cinema’s most celebrated shockers, from silent classics to today’s gleefully audacious gorefests. This super-colorful overview contains over 600 rare visuals, and features a brand new introduction by celebrated horror movie director Roger Corman (three of his groundbreaking horror films are among our Top100…can you guess which ones?). Learn More
  2. A Princess of Mars

    A Princess of Mars

    $29.99

    Relive Edgar Rice Burroughs' classic adventure tale in this handsome representation featuring illustrations by Michael Kaluta. A revered illustration powerhouse, Kaluta's unmistakable style presents John Carter's "Barsoom" experiences like you've never seen before. A must have for Burroughs and Kaluta fans. Learn More
  3. Superman: Golden Age Sundays 1943-1946

    Superman: Golden Age Sundays 1943-1946

    $49.99

    The first book in our Superman Sundays series begins with the classic comics from May 9, 1943 and continues through August 4, 1946, filling another major gap in the Superman mythos. In a partnership between IDW's The Library of American Comics and DC Entertainment, this volume begins a comprehensive archival program to bring back into print every one of the Superman Sunday newspaper strips. The complete comics will be published in three sub-sets, The Golden Age (1940s), The Atomic Age (1950s), and The Silver Age (1960s). The color Sundays and black-and-white dailies contained distinct storylines and will be released in separate, concurrent, series.  Superman was created in 1938 by two ambitious Cleveland youngsters, Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel. He remains the little guy's White Knight, battling terrestrial and extra-terrestrial menaces and standing for Truth, Justice, and the American Way. Learn More
  4. The Lovecraft Library, Vol. 1: Horror Out of Arkham

    The Lovecraft Library, Vol. 1: Horror Out of Arkham

    $16.99

    One of H.P. Lovecraft’s most famous creations, the city of Arkham, Massachusetts, plays a prominent role in many of the influential author’s tales of the macabre. This collection of eight classic tales of horror all feature the Lovecraft County locale, including “Herbert West—Reanimator,” “The Unnamable,” “The Colour Out of Space,” “The Dunwich Horror,” “The Shadow Over Innsmouth,” “The Dreams of the Witch House,” The Thing on the Doorstep,” and “The Shadow Out of Time.” Features lavish full-color illustrations by painter Menton3 and an introduction by Arkham House editor and noted author Robert Weinberg. This is one book that true horror fans can’t do without! Learn More
  5. LOAC Essentials, Vol. 4: Alley Oop 1939

    LOAC Essentials, Vol. 4: Alley Oop 1939

    $24.99

    In 1939, Vincent Trout Hamlin had been writing and drawing the successful Alley Oop for more than five years. In Alley Oop, Hamlin created a unique concept, marrying his fascination with dinosaurs and prehistoric times to a rollicking style of storytelling and drawing that was simultaneously serious, fantastic, and loaded with slapstick. The series was set in the kingdom of Moo and starred Alley Oop, the club-wielding caveman, his girlfriend Ooola, friends Dinny the dinosaur and Foozy, and more! This volume features Oop’s final Moo adventure, followed by his trips to the 20th Century and ancient Greece. Hamlin would send his characters everywhere and everywhen — but the classic Alley Oop begins with the stories contained in this volume. Learn More
  6. In the Shadow of Dracula

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    John Polidori, Johann Ludwig Tieck, Aleksei Tolstoy, Theodore Gautier, James Malcolm Rymer, Sheridan Le Fanu, Eliza Lynn Linton, Anne Crawford, Mary Cholmondeley, Count Stenbock, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Augustus Hare, Hume Nisbet, F. G. Loring, Marry E. Wilkins-Freeman, M. R. James, F. Marion Crawford, Algernon Blackwood, E. F. Benson, Bram Stoker, Alice and Claude Askew (w) • Michael Manomivibul (a & c) As popular and influential as Bram Stoker’s classic tale of nocturnal menace is, that 1897 novel did not invent vampire fiction, nor was it alone in feeding the Gothic fantasies of the Victorian period. IDW Publishing presents an expertly selected menu of outstanding vampire prose stories that either informed or benefited from Bram Stoker’s hugely popular creation. These eerie tales of the undead—some 22 in all—form the core cannon of classic vampire literature. Chosen and introduced by celebrated literary scholar and author Leslie S. Klinger (The New Annotated Dracula), with illustrations by noted horror artist Michael Monomivibul, In the Shadow of Dracula brings to adventuresome readers stories of nocturnal terror that have lived in Stoker’s shadow for too long. Learn More

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