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OCT17 CATALOG: Mags & Books
Image: Back Issue #102 - Twomorrows Publishing
Back Issue #102
(Twomorrows Publishing)

A cutthroat Mercs and Antiheroes issue! Deadpool's Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza in a Pro2Pro interview! Histories of Cable, Taskmaster, Deathstroke the Terminator, the Vigilante, and Wild Dog, plus Archie meets the Punisher? Featuring Terry Beatty, Max Allan Collins, Paul Kupperberg, Batton Lash, Jeph Loeb, David Michelinie, Keith Pollard, Marv Wolfman, and others, under a rollickin' Deadpool vs. Cable cover by Liefeld!

SRP: $8.95 Your Price: $7.16

Image: Jack Kirby Collector #73 - Twomorrows Publishing
Jack Kirby Collector #73
(Twomorrows Publishing)

Don't blink or you might miss the one-shots issue! In it, we cover Kirby's best (and worst) short spurts on his wildest concepts: animation ideas, Dingbats, Justice Inc., Manhunter, Atlas, The Prisoner, and more! There's also an interview with Mike Royer on his work with Jack and elsewhere, a rare Kirby interview, Mark Evanier and our other regular columnists, panels from the 2017 Kirby Centennial celebration, pencil art galleries, and some one-shot surprises! Sporting Big Barda #1 cover finishes by Mike Royer!

SRP: $10.95 Your Price: $8.76

Image: Shadow Double-Novel Vol. 125: Death Tower & Silent Seven SC  - Sanctum Productions

The Dark Avenger hunts down members of a hidden criminal order in two superb 1932 pulp thrillers by Walter. B. Gibson. First, the Dark Avenger's investigation of the murderous Dr. Palermo leads him invade The Death Tower and discover the existence of a hooded secret society, in the early novel that introduced reporter Clyde Burke and The Shadow's autogyro. Then, when a wealthy businessman is killed, The Shadow must infiltrate and unmask The Silent Seven to solve the murder! This classic pulp collection features the original color pulp covers by George Rozen and interior illustrations by Tom Lovell with historical commentary by Will Murray.

SRP: $14.95 Your Price: $11.96

Image: Doc Savage Double-Novel Vol. 07 SC  (variant cover - Bama) - Sanctum Productions

The pulp era's greatest superman battles evil in two of his earliest exploits by Lester Dent. After stowing away aboard a ghost zeppelin, Doc and his Iron Crew tangle with a bizarre vampiric murderer and villainous Arabs who are protecting the secret of The Lost Oasis. Then, while returning to New York via ocean liner, the Man of Bronze encounters modern-day Amazons in Lester Dent's all-time favorite Doc Savage story, The Sargasso Ogre. This instant collector's item also showcases the original 1933 pulp covers by Walter Baumhofer from the ultra-rare (and expensive!) seventh and eighth issues of Doc Savage Magazine, the unsold 1936 Doc Savage newspaper strip by Lester Dent and Paul Orban and historical commentary by Will Murray.

SRP: $14.95 Your Price: $11.96

Image: Comics Revue Presents  (Dec 2017) - Manuscript Press

America's longest-running magazine of classic comics now has twice as many pages of strips as the earlier version, on better paper, includes 8 pages of full-color comic strips, and features Tarzan by Russ Manning, Rick O'Shay by Stan Lynde, Flash Gordon by Harry Harrison, Gasoline Alley by Dick Moores, Alley Oop by V.T. Hamlin, Steve Canyon by Milton Caniff, and Casey Ruggles by Warren Tufts! Plus more classic stories in black & white, including Lee Falk's The Phantom and Krazy Kat by George Herriman!

SRP: $19.95 Your Price: $15.96

Image: Fantasm Presents: George A. Romero #1 - Fantasm Media Group

Veteran print media figures Chris Alexander (Fangoria), Brian Steward (Heavy Metal), and designer Bill Mohalley (Famous Monsters, Fangoria) have teamed to form the Fantasm Media Group, a venture dedicated to the creation of high quality, limited edition, and officially licensed magazines. The first Fantasm title celebrates the iconic George A. Romero, focusing specifically on his Dead films, with words from legends like John Russo, Greg Nicotero, Joe Pilato, never before seen photos, and more!

SRP: $20.00 Your Price: $16.00

Image: Phantom Complete Avon Novels Vol. 06: Mysterious Ambassador  - Hermes Press

For the first time ever, the Avon edition of The Phantom is back in print! This exciting installment, Volume 6, offers the tale: The Mysterious Ambassador! Why does a powerful General tremble at the sight of a simple mark? Can 50,000 soldiers protect him from that mark of The Phantom - the Sign of the Skull? One man, fighting to save a new nation, and his beautiful sweetheart, Diana Palmer. One man matched against the armed might of the Dictator. Not an uneven match when that one man is The Phantom, the Ghost Who Walks.

SRP: $14.99 Your Price: $11.99

Image: The Shadow: History & Mystery of Radio Program 1930-54 HC  - Bearmanor Media

The Shadow - for the consideration of those who never heard a radio broadcast or read a pulp magazine - was a supernatural sleuth with a sepulchral chuckle. A detective whose success in tracking down criminals became a popular long-running radio program from 1937 to 1954. The program left an impression on adults who enjoyed reading the pulp magazines and on young children who listened to the chillers. This book documents the entire history of the long-running radio program, with rare never-before-seen photos, interviews with cast and crew, a complete episode guide, and a carefully organized presentation of the facts.

SRP: $50.00 Your Price: $40.00

Image: Scream Magazine #46 - Diamond Comic Dist--England
Scream Magazine #46
(Diamond Comic Dist--England)

Scream Magazine covers horror in all forms, whether film, TV, book, game or comic. If you're after zombies, werewolves, ghosts, ghouls and vampires (the proper kind mind you, no sparkly one's here, thank you!), this is the place to find them. Each issue takes a well-written, informative approach to covering our favourite subject, including insightful articles, reviews, previews, interviews with horror's biggest names and several behind the scenes features and set-reports of some of horror cinema past and present greats alongside plenty of gruesome pics and an entertaining yet expert review section covering recent DVD/Blu-ray releases.

SRP: $8.99 Your Price: $7.19

Image: Screem #34 (PX cover) - Screem

Screem #34 dives into Guillermo del Toro's latest motion picture, THE SHAPE OF WATER. Rankin Bass fan favorite MAD MONSTER PARTY celebrates its 50th anniversary, Director Roger Corman discusses films that have inspired him throughout his career, SUSPIRIA gets a 4K Blu ray restoration, Clive Barker's RAWHEAD REX rises from the moratorium mortuary, VCI Entertainment presents RUBY in a new HD print, Andy Milligan's THE WEIRDO and MONSTROSITY are dusted off for Blu-ray releases, all this and much more (plus the usual large amount of movie reviews) in the Winter edition of SCREEM MAGAZINE!

SRP: $8.95 Your Price: $7.16

Image: Cinefex #156 - Cinefex
Cinefex #156

Marvel Studios will celebrate 10 years of moviemaking magic in 2018, and Cinefex acknowledges that achievement in a very special Marvel issue. Articles will include a Q&A with Marvel Executive Producer Victoria Alonso, a look at the visual effects of the films, an overview of the effectss work in each Marvel Studios film, a look at Marvel's efforts on television, the process of bringing the characters from the four-color page to preproduction artwork, and a preview of Thor: Ragnarok.

SRP: $12.50 Your Price: $10.00

Image: Locus #683 - Locus Magazine
Locus #683
(Locus Magazine)

In December, Locus presents the winners of the World Fantasy awards and offers complete coverage of the convention; includes our quarterly forthcoming books feature which lists all the books being published by both US and British publishers from December 2017 to September 2018; provides in-depth interviews with award-winning authors; publishes book reviews from the best, and most insightful, book reviewers in the field; and offers commentary from Kameron Hurley, genre news, people notes, and much more.

SRP: $7.50 Your Price: $6.00

Image: It Crept from the Tomb SC  - Twomorrows Publishing
It Crept from the Tomb SC
(Twomorrows Publishing)

Just when you thought it was safe to walk the streets again, From The Tomb (the UK's preeminent magazine on the history of horror comics) digs up more tomes of terror from the century past. It Crept From The Tomb (the second Best of collection) uncovers atomic comics lost to the Cold War, rarely seen (and censored) British horror comics, the early art of Richard Corben, Good Girls of a bygone age, Tom Sutton, Don Heck, Lou Morales, Al Eadeh, Bruce Jones' Alien Worlds, HP Lovecraft in Heavy Metal, and a myriad of terrors from beyond the stars and the shadows of our own world! It features comics they tried to ban, from Atlas, Charlton, Comic Media, DC, EC, Harvey, House of Hammer, Kitchen Sink, Last Gasp, Pacific, Skywald, Warren, and more from the darkest of the horror genre's finest creators!

SRP: $29.95 Your Price: $23.96

Image: Illustrators Magazine #20 - Book Palace

More like a book than a magazine, illustrators is the art quarterly devoted to the finest illustration art ever published. It guides you through the stories behind the artists and their art, with features written by some of the leading authorities on this important art form. The Russians are here. The Wanderers and their travelling art shows touched the souls of princes and peasants. Franz Roubaud and his majestic landscapes, galloping horses and warriors and Ivan Bilibin Russia's greatest fantasy illustrator. Plus regular features including The Bookshelf and Letters.

SRP: $24.99 Your Price: $19.99

Image: Screem #34 (Newsstand cover) - Screem

Screem dives into Guillermo del Toro's latest motion picture, The Shape of Water. Rankin Bass fan favorite Mad Monster Party celebrates its 50th anniversary, director Roger Corman discusses films that have inspired him throughout his career, Suspiria gets a 4K Blu ray restoration, Clive Barker's Rawhead Rex rises from the moratorium mortuary, VCI Entertainment presents Ruby in a new HD print, Andy Milligan's The Weirdo and Monstrosity are dusted off for Blu-ray releases, all this and much more, plus the usual large amount of movie reviews!

SRP: $8.95 Your Price: $7.16

Image: Megami  (Jan 2018) - Tohan Corporation
Megami (Jan 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: In the Night Studio: Illustrations After Dark by Dan Brereton  - Big Wow Art

Hot on the heels of his latest graphic novel, Nocturnals: The Sinister Path, comes a rich collection of illustrations, many created in the last year, by five-time Eisner nominee Dan Brereton. This creator's penchant for rich color and bold line-work, depicting figures heroic and monstrous, feminine and bestial, shine here in a hardcover volume featuring cover art to several popular comics, lavishly indulgent private commissions, personal work, and an entire section of recent art devoted to his most popular creation, the Nocturnals.

SRP: $34.99 Your Price: $27.99

Image: Cartoons Magazine #12 - Picture Esque Publishing
Cartoons Magazine #12
(Picture Esque Publishing)

CARtoons is back with some more Hot Rod-related B&W stories & artwork. Issue #12 is about Custom Paint Culture. From airbrushing to pin striping and much more! 64 pages of pure automotive family friendly humor. If you love Cars, you will love CARtoons.

SRP: $5.99 Your Price: $4.79

Image: Joe Sinnott Embellishing Life HC  - Hermes Press

Master illustrator Joe Sinnott's career in comic books spans over 40 years. Best known for being the premier inker at Marvel Comics, his star began to rise in the early 1950s at Timely as he penciled and inked a wide variety of artistic genres. His star would only rise when his inks graced the pencils of legendary artists Jack Kirby, John Buscema, and John Romita at Marvel Comics and helped bring about the Marvel Age. This extensive spotlight on Sinnott's career and artwork encompasses all aspects of his work, and is illustrated with over two hundred examples of Sinnott's original art, from his work in the Golden Age of comics, through his work on the Beatles, to his inking of some of the great moments in the Marvel Universe.

SRP: $60.00 Your Price: $48.00

Image: Ed Brubaker: Conversations SC  - University Press of Mississipp
Ed Brubaker: Conversations SC
(University Press of Mississipp)

Ed Brubaker has emerged as one of the most popular, significant figures in art comics since the 1990s. Most famous as the man who killed Captain America in 2007, Brubaker's work on company-owned properties such as Batman and Captain America and creator-owned series like Criminal and Fatale live up to the usual expectations for the superhero and crime genres. Brubaker layers his stories with a keen self-awareness, applying his expansive knowledge of American comic book history to invigorate his work and challenge the dividing line between popular entertainment and high art. This collection of interviews explores his work, drawing upon the entire length of the award-winning Brubaker's career.

SRP: $25.00 Your Price: $20.00

Image: Michael Allred Conversations SC  - University Press of Mississipp
Michael Allred Conversations SC
(University Press of Mississipp)

Michael Allred stands out for his blend of spiritual and philosophical approaches with an art style reminiscent of 1960s era superhero comics, which creates a mixture of both postmodernism and nostalgia. His childhood came during an era where pop art and camp embraced elements of kitsch and pastiche and introduced them into the lexicon of popular culture. Allred's use of both in his work as a cartoonist on his signature comic book Madman in the early 1990s offset the veiled autobiography of his own spiritual journey through Mormonism and struggles with existentialism.

SRP: $25.00 Your Price: $20.00

Image: Hobby Japan  (Jan 2018) - Tohan Corporation
Hobby Japan (Jan 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.

SRP: $20.00 Your Price: $16.00

Image: Newtype  (Jan 2018) - Tohan Corporation
Newtype (Jan 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: Otomo Katsuhiro 20 Posters Reprints of Classic Posters SC  - Pie Books

To mark the 35th anniversary of the manga Akira, PIE International is delighted to announce a new collection of classic Katsuhiro Otomo poster reprints. Throughout his long career, Katsuhiro Otomo has created many promotional posters for his film and manga works, as well as posters for events and advertising. Many great art pieces for such classic works as Akira, Memories, Short Peace, A Farewell to Weapons, and Domu were released only in this form, and have since become hard to obtain collector's items. Handpicked by Otomo-Sensei himself, the collection contains eighteen 20 × 14.2 (508mm × 359mm) size color prints and two 40 × 28.1 (1016mm×712mm) size color prints folded in four, in a specially designed envelope folder.

SRP: $49.95 Your Price: $39.96

Image: Raw Material by Eliza Ivanova Vol. 01 SC  - Big Wow Art

Raw Material Volume 1 features a carefully curated selection of personal works created over the past five years by Eliza Ivanova while working as an animator at Pixar Animation Studios. This book includes drawings evidencing different techniques and subject matter to fully explore Eliza's creative inspirations. This book is available in both hardcover and softcover editions.

SRP: $34.95 Your Price: $27.96

Image: Capturing Archetypes Vol. 03: Astonishing Avengers Adversaries Antiheroes  - Insight Editions

Capturing Archetypes Volume 3 is a loving homage to the fandoms that Sideshow Collectibles represents. Featuring iconic and universally beloved characters from Star Wars, DC Entertainment, Marvel Comics, and others, this deluxe art book celebrates Sideshow Collectibles' astonishing ability to capture the essence of archetypal characters in its phenomenal sculptures. Implementing classical sculptural techniques and the latest technology in digital rendering, each piece featured in Capturing Archetypes is created with the passion, devotion, and enthusiasm of true fans.

SRP: $50.00 Your Price: $40.00

Image: Forging the Past: Seth & Art of Memory SC  - Pyr Books

At once familiar and hard to place, the work of acclaimed Canadian cartoonist Seth evokes a world that no longer exists - and perhaps never existed, except in the panels of long-forgotten comics. Seth's distinctive drawing style strikingly recalls a bygone era of cartooning, an apt vehicle for melancholy, gently ironic narratives that depict the grip of the past on the present. Even when he appears to look to the past, however, Seth (born Gregory Gallant) is constantly pushing the medium of comics forward with sophisticated work that often incorporates metafiction, parody, and formal experimentation.

SRP: $30.00 Your Price: $24.00

Image: Who Was Chuck Jones? Young Readers Bio Series  - Penguin Books

What's Up, Doc? Find out in this lively biography of the most celebrated director in animation history! Charles Martin Chuck Jones was an American animator, cartoon artist, screenwriter, producer, and director of many classic animated cartoon shorts. They starred Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote, Pepé Le Pew, Porky Pig and a slew of other Warner Brothers characters. His career spanned almost seventy years, during which he made over 250 animated films, including What's Opera, Doc?, a classic Bugs Bunny/Elmer Fudd short that is considered to be one of the greatest cartoons of all time.

SRP: $5.99 Your Price: $4.79

Image: Art and Making of the Shape of Water HC  - Insight Editions

From master story teller Guillermo del Toro comes The Shape of Water, an other-worldly fairy tale, set against the backdrop of Cold War era America circa 1963. In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of silence and isolation. Elisa's life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover a secret classified experiment. The Art and Making of The Shape of Water chronicles the entire filmmaking journey, from development to design to filming. Featuring interviews and commentary from key actors and members of the creative team, the book also showcases the amazing concept art and design work created for the film.

SRP: $45.00 Your Price: $36.00

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