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JAN18 CATALOG: Mags & Books
Image: Alter Ego #152 - Twomorrows Publishing
Alter Ego #152
(Twomorrows Publishing)

Alter Ego presents Larry Ivie, maybe the most important Silver Age comic book artist/writer you never heard of! He conceived (and named!) the Justice League of America, he helped develop the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, he brought EC art greats to the world of Edgar Rice Burroughs. and he created Monsters and Heroes, one of the first magazines ever to bridge the gap between fan and pro! Artist/friend Sandy Plunkett chronicles this unsung star's career, with art by Wood, Frazetta, Crandall, Krenkel, Doolin, and others, plus rarely-seen and never-seen Ivie art and story pages spotlighting Justice League, Hawkman, The Atom, Sandman, and Superman!

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $7.96

Image: Comic Book Creator #17 - Twomorrows Publishing
Comic Book Creator #17
(Twomorrows Publishing)

Comic Book Creator takes a look at the legacy and influence of Wallace Wood, one of the greatest comic book artists the world has even known, with a heartfelt tribute about Woody's career. Included is an extended interview with former "Woodworker" Ralph Reese, one of the finest artists to emerge out from under Woody's wing and into a superlative career in the 1970s, whether on Marvel's horror comics, upon the pages of National Lampoon, or in the underground realm. Plus we have a long chat with cover artist Hilary Barta, from his early years as Marvel inker, fondly-recalled Plastic Man, rise with "spitting" Image Comics and America's Best collaborations with Alan Moore, to his current work for Plankton Comics. And, of course, CBC includes its usual informative columns, fascinating features, and the humor of Hembeck!

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $7.96

Image: Jack Kirby Collector #74 (cover A) - Twomorrows Publishing
Jack Kirby Collector #74 (cover A)
(Twomorrows Publishing)

Travel through the ages in Jack Kirby Collector, the FUTUREPAST issue, featuring two different covers! Set course for "The World That Was," documenting Jack's work from Caveman days to the Wild West, behind a Kirby Bullseye cover inked by Bill Wray! And transport yourself to "The World That's Here" for Kirby's visions of the future that became reality, with a cover featuring his unseen Tiger 21 concept art! Whichever cover you choose, this issue spotlights both eras, plus an interview with Rascally Roy Thomas about Jack's work, a rare Kirby interview, Mark Evanier moderating the biggest Kirby Tribute Panel of all time, pencil art galleries, and more!

SRP: $10.95 Your Price: $8.76

Image: Shadow Double-Novel Vol. 128: Shadowed Millions  - Sanctum Productions

The Dark Avenger proves that crime does not pay in classic pulp novels by Walter. B. Gibson and Bruce Elliott. First, a huge investment in a South American country attracts international criminals and corrupt politicians, leading the Dark Avenger to hunt for the "Shadowed Millions." Then, gang violence and gambling madness corrupt a city until The Shadow demonstrates to vicious mobsters that there is "No Safety in Numbers." Plus, "The Chateau of Shadows," a Golden Age of Comics classic by Walter Gibson and Bob Powell.

SRP: $14.95 Your Price: $11.96

Image: Filmfax #151 - Filmfax
Filmfax #151
(Filmfax)

FILMFAX #151: Cosmic Journey: Early Russian Sci-Fi; Twilight Zone Encyclopedia author Steve Rubin interviewed; Monsters! Monsters! Everywhere! (Part 4); British Space Patrol puppet TV show creator Roberta Lee; Ed Wood pornography lexicon; The Death Ray in Science, Sci-Fi and Cinema (Part 4); Marvel Comics artist Roy Thomas, and more!

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $7.96

Image: Scary Monsters 2018 Yearbook Monster Memories  - Mymoviemonsters.Com

Scary Monsters carries on the 26-year tradition of issuing a yearbook of all new, all scary material! The Monster Memories Yearbook #26 for 2018 is jam-packed with nostalgic reflections of the classic films, monsters, creatures, actors, directors and stories that influenced us as kids and still do today. We'll celebrate the 80th anniversary of Orson Welles' terrifyingly believable and influential War of the Worlds radio broadcast. We'll pay a visit to the sand pits of Horsell Common, the site of the first Martian landing in H.G. Wells' classic novel, and we'll pay homage to the 1953 classic film starring Gene Barry on its 65th anniversary - and much more!.

SRP: $10.95 Your Price: $8.76

Image: Jack Kirby Checklist Centennial Limited Edition HC  - Twomorrows Publishing

The ultimate listing of Jack "King" Kirby's work! With a decade of extensively researched corrections and additions since the 2008 "Gold Edition," this final, fully-updated, definitive Centennial Edition clocks in at double its previous length, in a new 256-page Limited Edition Hardcover of only 1,000 copies to celebrate Kirby's Centennial! In addition to a detailed listing of all of Kirby's published comic book work (with dates, story titles, page counts, and inkers, plus reprints cross-referenced to help collectors locate less-expensive versions of key issues), it documents his work in: Pulp magazines, books, foreign editions, newspaper strips, fine art and collages, periodicals, fanzines, convention booklets, novels and short stories, essays, interviews, speeches and convention panels, art exhibitions, portfolios, posters, calendars, cards, stamps, stickers, radio and television appearances, audio and video recordings, animation, even Jack's unpublished work!

SRP: $34.95 Your Price: $27.96

Image: Horrorhound #70 - Horrorhound Ltd
Horrorhound #70
(Horrorhound Ltd)

It's been 25 years since Warwick Davis' The Leprechaun jumped onto theaters and into the hearts of HorrorHounds worldwide. This issue takes a look at the making of this cult 1990's classic, its oddball merchandising, and its five sequels (and reboot film). Leprechaun was one of those zany hits of the 1990s, during the VHS Boom, which led to an interesting offspring of DTV sequels. We take a special "Video Invasion" look back at the history of DTV franchises, including titles like Amityville, Witchcraft, Children of the Corn, and Hellraiser.

SRP: $6.99 Your Price: $5.59

Image: Megami  (Apr 2018) - Tohan Corporation
Megami (Apr 2018)
(Tohan Corporation)

Megami is Japan's top anime magazine! Focusing on bishoujo characters from anime and video games, Megami features tons of free giveaways, as well as full-color artwork and posters! Includes telephone cards, punch-out 'character stands,' stickers, and much more! Japanese Text.

SRP: $20.00 Your Price: $16.00

Image: Rue Morgue Magazine #181 - Marrs Media Inc
Rue Morgue Magazine #181
(Marrs Media Inc)

Now in its 20th year of publication, Rue Morgue is the leading horror in culture and entertainment brand. Each issue features the latest in the world of horror; from feature interviews, classic retrospectives, trivia and more! Plus, the latest film, book, comic book, music, game and toy releases! Rue Morgue is your one-stop publication for an ongoing look at the horror genre, both contemporary and classic!

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $7.96

Image: Jack Kirby Collector #74 (cover B) - Twomorrows Publishing
Jack Kirby Collector #74 (cover B)
(Twomorrows Publishing)

Travel through the ages in Jack Kirby Collector, the FUTUREPAST issue, featuring two different covers! Set course for "The World That Was," documenting Jack's work from Caveman days to the Wild West, behind a Kirby Bullseye cover inked by Bill Wray! And transport yourself to "The World That's Here" for Kirby's visions of the future that became reality, with a cover featuring his unseen Tiger 21 concept art! Whichever cover you choose, this issue spotlights both eras, plus an interview with Rascally Roy Thomas about Jack's work, a rare Kirby interview, Mark Evanier moderating the biggest Kirby Tribute Panel of all time, pencil art galleries, and more!

SRP: $10.95 Your Price: $8.76

Image: Drawn to Purpose: American Women Illustrators & Cartoonist  - University Press of Mississipp

Published in partnership with the Library of Congress, Drawn to Purpose: American Women Illustrators and Cartoonists presents an overarching survey of women in American illustration, from the late nineteenth into the twenty-first century. Martha H. Kennedy brings special attention to forms that have heretofore received scant notice-cover designs, editorial illustrations, and political cartoons-and reveals the contributions of acclaimed cartoonists and illustrators, along with many whose work has been overlooked.

SRP: $50.00 Your Price: $40.00

Image: Sarah's Scribbles: Herding Cats SC  - Andrews Mcmeel

Sarah valiantly struggles with waking up in the morning, being productive, and dealing with social situations. Sarah's Scribbles is the comic strip that follows her life, finding humor in living as an adulting introvert that is at times weird, awkward, and embarrassing.

SRP: $14.99 Your Price: $11.99

Image: Samurai Rising: Epic Life of Minamoto Yoshitsune SC  - Random House

A samurai fights for honor and survival in a real-life Game of Thrones. Stirring narrative nonfiction recounts the rise of Minamoto Yoshitsune from seemingly doomed infant to immortal warrior-hero (and one of the most famous samurai in Japanese history). Acclaimed author Pamela S. Turner delivers all the drama, romance, and tragedy of the original story - with delightfully dry wit and a healthy dose of modern perspective. Gorgeous ink paintings by celebrated graphic-novelist Gareth Hinds complete this irresistible package.

SRP: $9.99 Your Price: $7.99

Image: Hobby Japan  (Apr 2018) - Tohan Corporation
Hobby Japan (Apr 2018)
(Tohan Corporation)

Hobby Japan, the magazine that specializes in model kit building and customizing in Japan, is generally recognized as the No.1 magazine of the hobby industry. A wide variety of articles features each month, including the montly 'How to Build...' feature, which shows readers how to build and customize the latest and greatest Gundam kits from Bandai! As a leading magazine in the industry, Hobby Japan listens to its readers and offers the the hottest information on the market! Japanese Text. NOTE: Not available in Japan, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia.

SRP: $20.00 Your Price: $16.00

Image: Newtype  (Apr 2018) - Tohan Corporation
Newtype (Apr 2018)
(Tohan Corporation)

Newtype is the top source for all your anime and manga needs! It features all of the latest news on anime, manga, music, and games. Includes toy and model reviews, interviews with directors and actors, and columns by industry experts. Japanese Text.

SRP: $20.00 Your Price: $16.00

Image: Brickjournal #51 - Twomorrows Publishing
Brickjournal #51
(Twomorrows Publishing)

BrickJournal, the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, revisits steampunk with guest editor and builder Guy Himber! It's the follow-up to our sold-out issue #16, where we'll be talking to Paul Hetherington about his cover model "Unchain My Heart," as well as catch up with Rod Gillies and his latest Steampunk work, and look at the creations of other top builders! Plus: AFOLs ("Adult Fans of LEGO") by cartoonist Greg Hyland, step-by step "You Can Build It" instructions by Christopher Deck, BrickNerd's DIY Fan Art, Minifigure Customization with Jared K. Burks, MINDSTORMS robotics lessons by Damien Kee, and more!

SRP: $8.95 Your Price: $7.16

Image: Locus #686 - Locus Magazine
Locus #686
(Locus Magazine)

In March, we have the Nebula Awards ballot; interview from award-winning authors, books, and magazine reviews, our quarterly forthcoming list of upcoming books published by US and UK publishers through the end of the year, commentary by Cory Doctorow, people notes, and news covering industry sales and releases, along with awards, financials, books listings, and more.

SRP: $7.50 Your Price: $6.00

Image: Comics of Charles Schulz: Good Grief of Modern Life SC  - University Press of Mississipp

An unparalleled gathering of research devoted to one of the world's most influential comic strips, The Comics of Charles Schulz collects new essays on the work of the creator of the immensely popular Peanuts comic strip. Despite Schulz's celebrity, few scholarly books on his work and career have been published. This collection serves as a foundation for future study not only of Charles Schulz (1922-2000) but, more broadly, of the understudied medium of newspaper comics.

SRP: $25.00 Your Price: $20.00

Image: Comics of Herge: When the Lines Are Not So Clear SC  - University Press of Mississipp

As the creator of Tintin, Hergé (1907-1983) remains one of the most important and influential figures in the history of comics. When Hergé, born Georges Prosper Remi in Belgium, emerged from the controversy surrounding his actions after World War II, his most famous work leapt to international fame and set the standard for European comics. While his style popularized what became known as the "clear line" in cartooning, this edited volume shows how his life and art turned out much more complicated than his method.

SRP: $30.00 Your Price: $24.00

Image: Complete Carl Barks Index SC  - Kim Weston

This book is a comprehensive index and concordance of all Carl Barks' comic book work. It is keyed to the original comic books and reprints in Another Rainbow's The Carl Barks Library, Craig Yoe's The Carl Barks Big Book of Barney Bear, and Kim Weston's The Unavailable Carl Barks (in color). In addition to comic book work, it includes information on paintings, storyboard and animation drawings, model sheets, and drawings for fans, among other things as published in The Carl Barks Library. Each of the over 29,000 data entries in the Index includes reference to the original USA comic book publications, with comic book title, issue, and story page numbers. It also includes reference to The Carl Barks Library publication including set, volume, and page reference, as well as submission dates, based on Carl Barks' personal work records and similar title and page references for the other two books. The regular and Large Print are identical in content except for the print size and formatting of the Index portion of the book. Both include over a dozen chapters of introductory, background and historical material, and topics of special interest.

SRP: $34.95 Your Price: $27.96


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