Comics, Graphic Novels, Manga
For years, the Marvel Universe has lived in fear that the artificial intelligence known as Ultron would one day evolve to fulfill its greatest desire: to wipe out all organic life and take over the Earth. That day has arrived! The impossible has happened and Ultron rules the planet! By Brian Michael Bendis, Bryan Hitch.
Hardbound. It's the book you've been waiting for! The superstar team of Warren Ellis and Simone Bianchi are ready to take the X-Men to the "Second Stage"!
COLLECTING: Astonishing X-Men #31-35 by Warren Ellis and Phil Jimenez
Hardbound. Written by Brian Michael Bendis, Alan Davis. THE HEROIC AGE IS HERE!
Hardbound. A cartoon book by Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons.
Ben Templesmith is a New York Times best selling artist and writer most widely known for his work in the comic book industry where he has received multiple nominations for the International Horror Guild Awards as well as the industry's top prize, the Eisner Award. He also won a Spike TV Scream Award. As a creator, his most notable works have been 30 Days of Night (which spawned a major motion picture) and Fell.
by Jeff Smith, Steve Hamaker (Colorist). The forces of evil are growing stronger - but could our heroes' worst enemy be Phoney Bone himself?
Adapted by Steve Niles. Artists Les Edwards and Hector Gomez.
Artists John Bolton and Hector Gomez. Stories adapted by Steve Niles and Fred Burke.
Collects Doomwar #1-6.
Japanese Comics for Otaku, by Frederik L. Schodt.
Born in whimsy though it was, the British mutant team had its share of dark days - never more so than under the horrific hands of Warren Ellis!
Brian Griffin's Guide to Booze, Broads, and the Lost Art of Being a Man.
Part biography, part town-ography, this no-holds-barred book comes with a strong message for all: It takes a village—and sometimes even a village idiot’s wife—to set things right in America again.
Collects Fantastic Four (1961) #502-513
Hardbound. The never-before-told prequel to ENDER'S GAME! By Orson Scott Card, Aaron Johnston, Giancarlo Caracuzzo.
When Wagner first serialized Grendel: Devil by the Deed as a backup in his critically acclaimed title Mage, its innovative storytelling techniques, philosophical undertones, and charismatic anti-hero ignited a devoted following.
These tales of DC's premier super-hero team include JLA 77-82, featuring the combined talents of writers Joe Kelly and Rick Veitch.