Who do superheroes go to when they need to unload? Dr. Ego, psychotherapist for the superhero community! Welcome to the world of the deeply disturbed, where with great power comes great anxiety, angst, and expectations!
Written and illustrated by Caio Oliveira (No More Heroes, Prophet Hill), with colors by Lucas Marangon (Star Wars, Hellcyon), pinups by Ben Caldwell, Sanford Greene, Tony Shasteen, Bengal, Joyce Chin, Brent McKee, Chandra Free, Michael O’Hare, Gary Erskine, Edgar Delgado, and more!
Cover by Eisner Award-winner Glenn Fabry!
Foreword by Jon Schnepp (director Metalocalypse, The Venture Bros. Upright Citizens Brigade)
Naja is the perfect killer because she feels nothing… literally. Her body registers no pain, nor does her heart, coldly executing jobs given to her by her mysterious boss, known only as “Zero”. When another killer in Zero’s organization targets Naja for elimination, she has no choice but to fall off the grid and seek answers, as bloody as they might be…
Written by international creative powerhouse JD Morvan (Sillage, Zaya) and illustrated by French sensation Bengal (Meka, Luminae), this volume collects the entire 5-book NAJA series into a single lavish album!
Foreword by Rick Remender (Fear Agent, Last Days of American Crime)!
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED SLIPCASE BUNDLE ALSO AVAILABLE, including a new, exclusive cardstock print by Bengal suitable for framing!
A secret agent in the distant future leaves her post to seek a normal life as an artist and mother. When a biomechanical threat destroys an orbiting colony station and former fellow agents start dying, she is called back into the field to find and stop the danger. Her investigation leads to many questions about her own past, filled with explosive revelations. This sci-fi action-mystery is told through breathtaking design and illustration by Huang-Jia Wei, known throughout the field for his bio-mechanical aesthetic and lushly painted artwork.
Written by international creative powerhouse JD Morvan (Sillage, Naja) and illustrated by Chinese wunderkind Huang-Jia Wei (Ya San), this volume collects all 3 books in the award-winning series into a single luscious album presented in English for the very first time!
Nominated for a 2014 Eisner Award “BEST PUBLICATION DESIGN – REPRINT”!
Award-winning artist Dave Dorman takes you on a high-speed, adrenaline-charged adventure to his world of post-industrial chaos, an unforgettable place and time where passion, greed, corruption and love color the everyday struggle to exist, where ordinary men, eccentric heroes and their horrific adversaries battle for power, and for the hearts and minds of mankind.
Written and illustrated by Eisner Award-winning artist Dave Dorman (Star Wars, GIJoe), this volume collects numerous conceptual works and short stories that define the shared universe of Wasted Lands!
Includes contributions from International Horror Guild Award-winning writer Del Stone, Jr. (Dead Heat, The Uninvited), and artwork by Christopher Moeller (Iron Empires), Jon Foster (Clive Barker’s Chiliad), and Durwin Talon (Bonds)!
In a future where civilization is defended by giant, humanoid vehicles known as “Meka”, two pilots learn to deal with the consequences of their unquestioning dedication to military duty as their vehicle is incapacitated in the center of a once-thriving city they themselves turned into a war zone!
Written by international creative powerhouse JD Morvan (Sillage, Zaya) and illustrated by French sensation Bengal (Meka, Luminae), this volume collects both books in the MEKA series – “Inside” and “Outside” – into a single album presented in English for the very first time!
Nominated for a 2014 Eisner Award for “BEST PUBLICATION FOR TEENS”!
A lonely, metal-obsessed teen sends a heartfelt song to his missing beloved, only to find out that his music has traveled to the beyond, and re-broadcast to the entire city. Only his best friend knows that he is really the mysterious rock god and anonymous legend known as “Doomboy.”
An evocative, melancholy coming-of-age story by the award-winning artist, Tony Sandoval (Nocturno, The Corpse in the Couch, A Glance Backward), an Official Selection of the 2012 Angouleme Festival, and winner of the “Coup de Coeur” award.
Six young warriors are tasked with protecting the mysterious Luminae, a holy creature of Light in exile from those forces of Darkness that would decimate humanity. When one of the warriors disappears, the others know it is the sign of a superior evil soon to arrive.
A stylish dark fantasy written and illustrated by Bengal, the celebrated artist of Naja and Meka.
A ROCK AND ROLL CONCEPT ART BOOK
Exploding from the space between rock music and electric sensuality, VOX deftly blends a cocktail of vivid imagery, combining alluring women, streamlined military hardware, detailed airplanes, cars, birds, and concert equipment into a signature symphony of visual stimuli that is at once engaging and hard to forget!
A rock-and-roll fantasy world designed by illustrator Matteo De Longis.
Sean Wu had no idea of the secrets kept by his estranged father, until his death kicked open the gates to a mysterious world of international tomb robbers and ageless myths. Now the sole heir to this critical legacy, he must survive the darkest terrors haunting the most sought after treasures buried within a globe-spanning labyrinth of ancient catacombs in order to solve his father’s murder and perhaps even save the world…
Based on the best-selling Chinese novel series DAOMU JOURNAL, written by Xu “Kennedy” Lei, this original graphic novel collects the sold-out series created by the celebrated artists at James Zhang’s Concept Art House, with over 20 million fans declaring Xu ‘China’s Stephen King’.
A day in the life of the king of the jungle, this lavishly illustrated story follows a single majestic tiger through a wordless adventure of survival as it hunts prey and defends itself from other would-be killers defending their territory. This exciting tale by Frederic Brremaud is told without narration or dialogue, conveyed entirely through the beautiful illustrations of Federico Bertolucci.
A beautiful, all-ages title that explores genuine natural behavior through the dramatic lens of Disney-esque storytelling, like a nature documentary in illustration.
Alaric Moebius and Basil Fox are two lovable scoundrels looking to make a quick fortune. Basil is a former SAS trooper turned Queen’s Guard by day and thief by night. Moebius is an Oxford-educated charmer with a knack for getting into trouble. Together they chase adventure under the patronage of “The Collector,” a mysterious billionaire with a taste for rare and valuable supernatural objects of the occult.
This first volume contains the early adventures in their career together, introducing the unlikely duo for the first time in a highstakes chain of pulpy high adventures created by Ryan Schifrin and co-written by the legendary Larry Hama (G.I.Joe, Wolverine)!
In the Dream World, power and adventure belong to the Lucid Dreamers, while Night Terrors haunt the troubled and the helpless. A lucky few are watched over by mysterious guardians. The protectors of our shared unconscious lives are known as… Dream Walkers.
Conceived and written by Tom DeLonge (Blink182, Angels and Airwaves) and Ben Kull (Father of the Pride, Mission Hill), and illustrated by animation sensation Djet, this original comic series reveals an epic, ageless race for Immortality, Power, and Purpose.
11 year old Joey’s world turns inside out when he finds himself pulled inside the walls of his own home, seemingly trapped in a strange and surreal place. As he searches for a way out, he discovers a myriad of strange, intriguing, and frightening characters, who ultimately lead him to complete the greatest journey of them all: growing up. A powerful, surreal, poignant inner journey, like Alice in Wonderland or The Wizard of Oz, portraying those strange emotions we have all experienced in transitioning from youth to adult. Tony Sandoval’s follow-up to the Eisner nominated DOOMBOY. Foreword by Skottie Young.
High school can be tough enough as it is, but things get even more complicated when you’ve been bitten by a werewolf! Best Selling YA author Cornelia Funke (The Inkheart Trilogy) teams up with comic book artist and character designer extraordinaire Francisco Herrera (Spiderman’s Venom, The Prodigies, Megamind) and former Disney Animator and film Director Raúl García (Aladdin, Lion King, Pocahontas) to create a wild and furry world where werewolves are real and hiding in plain view… even in high school! This lavishly illustrated sketch book documents the creative process of transforming Cornelia Funke’s best-selling “Young Werewolf” into a brand new, exciting graphic novel series. Hundreds of sketches and color studies show the process of fleshing out the characters of the book as we discover the story of Matt, Lisa, and the incredible odds they have to face to battle an old Hollywood curse.
In the future, robots have been legally granted the right to life. Their intelligence is not artificial. It isn’t the best approximation of a personality, but they develop and learn as the rest of us do. Their existence isn’t dominated by wonder, though. They mirror us in all the ways we would want, but also in those ways we wish they wouldn’t, often behaving like the worst of us. Welcome to the world of RE*PRO*DUCT.
Written by Austin Wilson (Six-barrell Shotgun), and illustrated by Logan Faerber (The Cartoon Guidebook to Absolute Failure).
Static-levitation racing has become the most popular — and dangerous — sport of the future, and down-on-his-luck former front-runner Hugo Broyler is about to find out just how dangerous it can be, on and off the track when he takes a transportation gig from a local crimelord.
Written by Mike Kennedy (Star Wars, Lone Wolf 2100), and illustrated by Francisco Paronzini (Stormwatch PHD, Immortal Iron Fist), with cover by the legendary Michael Golden.
Some believe all laws are made to be broken, even the laws of nature. Lori Linus has transcended the laws of nature and plans to use them against the World to discover just how easy — and profitable — that can be…
Written by Mike Kennedy (Star Wars, Lone Wolf 2100), and illustrated by Caio Oliveira (Super-Ego, No More Heroes), with colors by Lucas Marangon (Star Wars, Hellcyon).
Imagine how wild and wonderful it would be to be able to read people’s minds. Now imagine how horrific the opposite would be, if all of your thoughts were broadcast out loud for everyone to hear… Self-centered yuppie Greg Albertson is about to find out for himself the hard way!
Written by Mike Kennedy (Star Wars, Lone Wolf 2100), and illustrated by Lucas Marangon (Star Wars, Hellcyon).
There’s this place, not sure where it is exactly, but it’s pretty bizarre. Folks there call it Prophet Hill, and to them, the weirdness isn’t really all that weird. Leave it to the new guy who wanders in out of the woods to point out all the obvious — and possibly dangerous — questions that no one is asking…
In this ongoing series, written by Mike Kennedy (Star Wars, Lone Wolf 2100) and illustrated by Caio Oliveira (NO MORE HEROES), with colors by Chris Northrop (The Reason for Dragons), we meet a guy who doesn’t know his own name as he pieces together the puzzle that led him to this strange mountain town…
In Jim Disney’s world, deviance is chic and the majority are immoral. Yet, everyone has their limits, even the pierced youth of this drug-entranced counter-culture. There are always limits one shouldn’t cross, and Jim’s lie about 50 feet behind him, hidden beneath the hollow corpse of a shadowy snuff-film maker. And now, he realizes why these lines are there. Everything changes when you kill your first person. Right or wrong, justified or not, it always catches up with you and it almost always turns sour. All he wants is to move on, hit the reset button, pass go, screw the $200. He just doesn’t want to kill anybody else, so long as he can help it.
THAT CHEMICAL REFLEX is a crime novel set in the industrial rave scene of San Francisco during the mid 1990s, written by Mike Kennedy with spot illustrations and chapter plates by Dan Brereton, Ken Meyer Jr., and Brad deCaussin.