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Image: Art of Joe Kubert HC  - Fantagraphics Books
Art of Joe Kubert HC
(Fantagraphics Books)

(E) Bill Schelly The Art of Joe Kubert is a deluxe, full-color coffee table book that honors legendary creator Joe Kubert and includes critical commentary by editor and Kubert biographer Bill Schelly. Joe Kubert's career literally spans the history of comics from drawing Hawkman in the 1940's and his tour de force stints on DC's war comics (Sgt. Rock, The Unknown Soldier, Enemy Ace) in the 1960s through more personal projects over the last 20 years such as his Eisner Award-winning graphic novels Fax from Sarajevo and Yossel: April 19, 1943.

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Image: Crime Does Not Pay Archives Vol. 01: Nos. 1-4 HC  - Dark Horse

Various (W/A) Uncut and uncensored, the infamous precode Crime Does Not Pay comics are finally collected into a series of archival hardcovers! With brutal, realistic tales focusing on vile criminals, Crime Does Not Pay was one of the most popular comics of the 1940s. The series was a favorite target of Dr. Fredric Wertham and other censors and is partially responsible for the creation of the stifling Comics Code Authority. Now revered and mythic, this collection of the first four hard-to-find Crime Does Not Pay comics features a fine roster of Golden Age creators and a new introduction by Matt Fraction (Iron Man, Casanova)!

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Image: Crime Does Not Pay Archives Vol. 02: Issues 26--29 HC  - Dark Horse

The celebrated pre-Code Crime Does Not Pay comics are finally collected into a series of unflinching and uncensored deluxe hardcovers! The infamous Crime Does Not Pay stories, focusing on criminal scum, nefarious mobsters, and urban legends, made Crime Does Not Pay one of the most popular comics of the 1940s. This series was a favorite target of censors and is partially responsible for the creation of the stifling Comics Code Authority! Revered, influential, and very hard to find, Crime Does Not Pay issues #26 to #29 are collected for your enjoyment and education! [(W) Joe Kubert (A) Joe Kubert & Various (CA) Biro, Charles]

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Image: Dong Xoai, Vietnam 1965 SC  - DC Comics

Joe Kubert, one of the most influential storytellers in comics history, tells the harrowing, true story of a detachment of Special Forces soldiers on a simple recon mission into the village of Dong Xoai, Vietnam, that turned suddenly deadly. DONG XOAI, VIETNAM 1965 has a unique perspective, since Kubert based the story on extensive information gathered from the surviving members of the unit. It covers not only the action of the event but the details of deployment and build-up that led to the deadly encounter for these young American G.I.s. For decades, Joe Kubert has shown readers the true face of war - all the suffering, horror, loss and heroism of our fighting forces. With DONG XAOI, he goes a step beyond to tell a gut-wrenching tale of sacrifice that will linger long after you are done reading.

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Image: Joe Kubert Archives Vol. 01: Weird Horrors & Daring Adventures HC  - Fantagraphics Books

For the first time, 33 of Joe Kubert's best stories from his post-war freelance years have been collected in one full-color volume, with a special emphasis on horror and crime. Weird Horrors and Daring Adventures boasts state-of-the-art restoration and an extensive set of historical notes. [(W/A/CA) Joe Kubert]

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Image: Joe Kubert's Enemy Ace Artist's Edition HC  - IDW Publishing

In 1968, Bob Kanigher and Joe Kubert launched a new kind of war book, one that showed military conflicts from the other side of the coin. Thought by many to be Kubert's most powerful work, Enemy Ace told the story of a World War I flyer who had a keen sense of honor and deep-rooted nobility. Kubert took this new concept and rose to the challenge. Today Enemy Ace remains one of Kubert's great achievements. Collecting Star Spangled War Stories #139, 140, 141, 142 144 (and added bonuses!), this Artist's Edition will be beautiful from top to bottom!

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Image: Joe Kubert's Tarzan of the Apes Artist's Edition HC  - IDW Publishing

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Edgar Rice Burroughs' most enduring creation, Tarzan of the Apes! Joe Kubert is one of the most acclaimed comic artists ever. His career in comics began nearly 70 years ago and continues today. Throughout all those years his hallmarks have been a mastery of sequential storytelling and exceptionally fine drawing. Highlights of his career include work on Hawkman, Enemy Ace, Tor, Sgt. Rock, and the Viking Prince. But of all these exceptional artistic achievements one stands out: his remarkable adaption of ERB's Tarzan. This Artist Edition collects six complete stories by Kubert, including the four-part classic, Tarzan of the Apes-the defining story of young Lord Greystoke being orphaned in the African jungle and adopted by the she-ape Kala, and grows to manhood to become Tarzan, lord of the jungle. [(W/A/CA) Joe Kubert]

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Image: Joe Kubert's The Return of Tarzan Artist Edition HC  - IDW Publishing

The second volume of Joe Kubert's acclaimed Tarzan series is collected in IDW Publishing's award-winning format. Collecting issues #214, 217 - 223, this beautiful tome features three stand alone adventures, as well as the epic saga detailing The Return of Tarzan! Each and every story page has been scanned from Joe Kubert's original art, and all but two of his covers (but we're tenacious, we keep looking until the very last minute!). This is the fourth IDW Joe Kubert Artist's Edition? some may say that's too many for a single artist. We say, you just haven't seen enough Kubert work!

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Image: Joe Kubert's Tor Artist's Edition HC  - IDW Publishing

Legendary creator Joe Kubert was responsible for an amazing stream of great works, for more than a sixty year period. Kubert was also the subject of the acclaimed Joe Kubert's Tarzan: Artist's Edition that came out last year. Now, in his second IDW Artist's Edition, we present Joe Kubert's Tor: Artist's Edition, collecting four oversized issues and covers, along with the rarely seen Newspaper strip of Tor by Kubert, all in the award-winning Artist's Edition format. [(W/A/CA) Joe Kubert]

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Image: Pre-Code Classics: Eerie Vol. 03 HC  - PS Artbooks

Hey kids, come on! What're ya waitin' for! Moe Marcus, Fred Kida, Wallace Wood, Louis Ravielli, Henry C. Kiefer, and Joe Kubert? Avon's rightly revered Eerie run kicking off in 1951, and you want me to say something that's gonna make you wanna buy this volume? Gimme a break, will ya! Just get your money out and save us all a lot of time. Collects issues #15-17, April/May 1954 to August/September 1954 plus bonus issue of Eerie Comics (1947), Phantom Witch Doctor (1952), and Night of Mystery (1953).

SRP: $59.99 Your Price: $50.99

Image: Tex: The Lonesome Rider HC  - Dark Horse Comics
Tex: The Lonesome Rider HC
(Dark Horse Comics)

American icon Joe Kubert and Italian writer Claudio Nizzi collaborated on Tex: The Lonesome Rider at the turn of the new century-and this standalone graphic novel is now available to a wider English-language audience! Tex tracks four ruthless killers who have massacred a peaceful farming family, using his ranger's ingenuity and brute force when needed! • Joe Kubert's rarely seen western masterpiece! • First US release of this modern classic!

SRP: $49.99 Your Price: $42.49


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