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Born in 1958, Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine became a life changing journal for many creative people. This book contains the only complete indexes to every one of the original Warren Publishing Company issues along with reminices by some industry leaders.

Collecting the first volume of the classic 1980's comic adaptation of the Elric of Melniboné novels by fantasy legend Michael Moorcock!       Bear witness to the story of Elric, Lord of Melniboné; his dark cousin - the evil Yyrkoon; their dark magics; and their terrible struggle for rule of the fabled Emerald Isle! Based on Michael Moorcock's most popular work.

Angel is troubled by a spate of nightmares but has to leave the investigation to Faith and Fred. Discovering that Angel's dreams aren't victimless, they follow the trail to a slew of missing students from a local prep school. To get to the heart of the mystery, they attain gainful employment at St. Cuthbert's Preparatory School, where the mysterious deaths are linked to a growing teenage-vampire population. Meanwhile, having joined Buffy and her gang... more...

Angel's work is never done. Last time he averted an apocalypse, part of London turned into a chaotic stew of supernatural forces. Who better to watch over it than Angel himself? Or so he thinks--until he finds himself going down a really wrong road . . . Meanwhile, Faith begins a new chapter in her life--slaying the undead with Buffy, and then going corporate when a juicy offer tempts her . . . Celebrated novelist Victor Gischler joins Joss Whedon's team.

This TP collects issues 1-4 of Steve Mannion's The Bomb mini-series . The book has been described as "Raiders of the Lost Ark" meets "Mad Magazine" with a dash of Stan Lee thrown in for good measure! Steve Mannion's signature brush style, colorful characters and witty gag-writing have already netted the artist a solid underground following as well as foreign and domestic licensing deals. This huge compilation features Fearless Dawn, Brownhole Jones and... more...


IDW's final arc of ANGEL is an epic, bittersweet, last stand to save the city Angel loves! Ripped from the "now" into the far future, Angel discovers that if he doesn't stop James or "Myr", the not-angel, Los Angeles will end up as a Blade Runnery disaster of demon breeding farms and war. His ally in this stark world is Wolfram & Hart, who he knows better than to trust. Yet, it's clear that some things are worse than the Apocalypse.... more...

Now that Angel's back in charge, he struggles to keep his relationship with Connor from getting messy and discovers weird new things about Illyria as she tries to woo the prodigal son. Meanwhile, Spike gets into the prophecy business, Laura Kay Weathermill has some strange ideas, and a demon army of warrior women tries to "fix" L.A. You know, just another day for Angel and crew.

An attempt to free architecture from site and program constraints and to counter the profusion of ever bigger architecture books with ever smaller content. Some may call it the first manifesto of the twenty-first century, for it lays down a new way to think about architecture. Others may think of it as the last architectural treatise, for it provides a discursive container for ideas that would otherwise be lost. Whatever genre it... more...

A boy's eleventh birthday heralds the arrival of a bizarre new entourage, a suicidal diva just can't seem to die, and a washed up wrestler goes toe-to-toe with a strange new foe. All of these queer marvels and more can be found at the Nightmare Carnival! Hugo and Bram Stoker award-winning editor Ellen Datlow (Lovecraft Unbound, Supernatural Noir) presents a new anthology of insidious and shocking tales in the horrific and irresistible Nightmare... more...

Fifteen of the biggest names in weird literature come together to pay tribute to Hellboy and the characters of Mike Mignola's award-winning line of books! Assembled by Joe Golem and Baltimore co-writer Christopher Golden and featuring illustrations by Mike Mignola and Chris Priestley, the anthology boasts fifteen original stories by the best in horror, fantasy, and science fiction, including Seanan McGuire (October Daye series), Chelsea Cain... more...