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  1. Zombies vs Robots: This Means War! HC

    Zombies vs Robots: This Means War! HC

    $30.00

    The First ZVR Prose Collection! 11 Original Stories of Zombie on Robot Action–and Vice Versa! ZVR: THIS MEANS WAR! takes IDW's splatterific Zombie vs Robots comic book series – created by writer Chris Ryall and artist Ashley Wood – and expands it in ways that will redefine both zombie and robot fiction. A shambling cohort of top horror and fantasy writers from across the globe (okay, Canada, England, Australia, and Bakersfield) have devoted themselves to making evocative word-pictures in your brain of this delicious cult series. Learn More
  2. Womanthology: Heroic HC

    $50.00

    Womanthology is a large-scale anthology showcasing the works of women in comics. It is created entirely by over 140 women of all experience levels, from young girls who love to create comics all the way up to top industry professionals. All of the short stories will center around our theme for this volume; Heroic. There will also be features, such as Professional How-Tos, a Kids/Teens section showcasing their works and giving tips, as well as a section dedicated to some Iconic female comic creators of the past, such as Nell Brinkley, and much more. Profits of this book will go towards the Charities of GlobalGiving.org. Learn More
  3. Zombies vs Robots: This Means War!

    $17.99

    The First ZVR Prose Collection! 11 Original Stories of Zombie on Robot Action–and Vice Versa! ZVR: THIS MEANS WAR! takes IDW's splatterific Zombie vs Robots comic book series – created by writer Chris Ryall and artist Ashley Wood – and expands it in ways that will redefine both zombie and robot fiction. A shambling cohort of top horror and fantasy writers from across the globe (okay, Canada, England, Australia, and Bakersfield) have devoted themselves to making evocative word-pictures in your brain of this delicious cult series. Learn More

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