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In May 1195, Sir John de Wolfe is summoned to inspect a corpse in Exeter’s cathedral precinct. Aaron of Salisbury, a Jewish money-lender, has been found dead, his head enveloped in a brown leather money bag, a scrap of folded parchment clutched in his hand. On it is written “And Jesus went into the temple and overthrew the tables of the money-changers.” This is just the beginning of a strange series of murders in which an apt... more...

A spectacular and original novel based on the epic comics series that forever changed the universe of Superman and Batman by the man who created the original tale! Trapped in a timeless limbo, Barry Allen, the Flash, can only watch in silent and helpless horror as, one by one, countless universes fade from existance in order to feed the insatiable need for power of the Anti-Monitor, a being from the anti-matter universe of Qward. Under the guidance of... more...

This publication tells all about Hajime Sorayama, an illustrator renowned for heightened realism, eroticism, and fantasy worlds. This book includes everything from around 25 new illustrations (the majority of which are published for the first time in this volume) to the uproariously funny musings and conceptual notes written in the keenly mordant wit of Sorayama. This book is also the first to trace Sorayama's artwork production process from sketch to... more...

"Cheeky," "saucy," "randy," and a variety of other British euphemisms can be employed when describing the works of Archie Dickens. An Englishman from the old school, his fondness for lovely young innocents in not-so-innocent situations has delighted pin-up enthusiasts throughout the world for several generations. Angelic faces with devilish designs has always been the hallmark of this illustrator.

Many fans and insiders alike have never heard of Bill Hume, Bailin' Wire Bill, Abe Martin, AWOL Wally, the Texas History Movies, or the Weatherbird at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. And many insiders do not know why we call comic books "comics" even though lots of them are not at all funny. Robert C. Harvey, cartoonist and a veteran comics critic, author of several histories of comics and biographies of cartoonists, tells forgotten... more...


The second art collection book by the internationally renowned and Emmy Award-winning master artist, Frank Cho, Women Book 2 highlights Cho's latest covers, pin-ups, illustrations, paintings, and sketches, including art from his recent Liberty Meadows project. This artbook contains images of women in various states of undress.

The author whose signature style of art introduction has sold nearly a million books now applies his highly regarded techniques to humorous art with a drawing guide guaranteed to bring laughter within everyone's reach. Featuring 1200 illustrations with thorough instructions.


What It Is demonstrates a tried-and-true creative method that is playful, powerful and accessible to anyone with an inquisitive wish to write or remember. Bursting with full-colour drawings, comics and collages, autobiographical sections and gentle creative guidance, each page is an invigorating example of exactly what it is: 'The ordinary is extraordinary'. Lynda Barry explores the depths of the inner and outer realms of creation and imagination,... more...

Grand in its scope, Asian Comics dispels the myth that, outside of Japan, the continent is nearly devoid of comic strips and comic books. Relying on his fifty years of Asian mass communication and comic art research, during which he traveled to Asia at least seventy-eight times and visited many studios and workplaces, John A. Lent shows that nearly every country had a golden age of cartooning and has experienced a recent rejuvenation... more...