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Image: Bunch of Jews  (and Other Stuff) SC - Renegade Arts Entertainment
Bunch of Jews (and Other Stuff) SC
(Renegade Arts Entertainment)

First published as a book in Yiddish in 1938, A Bunch of Jews is a collection of stories by Max B. Perlson, focused on a small shtetl called Duboy in Belarus, and Brooklyn, New York, in the early 20th century. This adaptation is by the author's daughter, Trina Robbins, and a collection of fine artists. Featuring stories of arrogant schoolteachers, boastful travelers, stingy merchants, adoring pets, and all the disasters and triumphs that can happen to families and tight-knit communities, this comic is a loving tribute to Jewish culture before the coming of the war that would change things forever.

SRP: $15.00 Your Price: $12.75

Image: Dope HC  - IDW Publishing
Dope HC
(IDW Publishing)

A talented young actress becomes fatally ensnared in London's mysterious and glittery drug culture of the early 20th century. Trina Robbins' comic book adaptation of Sax Rohmer's sensational 1919 novel. DOPE was both the first novel to speak openly about the world's international drug trade, and the first story to center around the death of a celebrity by drug overdose. As for the art, it is considered by many (including Trina herself) to be her best work ever as an illustrator.

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Image: Gladys Parker Life in Comics: Passion for Fashion HC  - Hermes Press

Cartoonist Gladys Parker was unique in comics. As with Frida Kahlo, it was impossible to tell where her art left off and its creator began. Parker mixed fashion and comics and created classic characters that mimicked her sense of fashion. In fact, Parker was an exact double for her ink-and-paper creation, Mopsy. Only Gladys Parker was a fashion designer with a successful line of clothing while at the same time drawing an equally successful comic strip. Parker's dresses bearing the Gladys Parker label were sold at her own New York shop and at high-end department stores across the country. Who better to chronicle the story of Gladys Parker than comics herstorian Trina Robbins, who in the 1960s designed clothes for hippies and rock stars out of her East Village boutique, while drawing underground comix?

SRP: $59.99 Your Price: $47.99

Image: Honey West #7 - Moonstone
Honey West #7
(Moonstone)

Murder, Forsooth, Part 2. Honey goes undercover in a corset and pushup bra at a Medieval Faire, to find out who's threatening to kill the May Queen. And when those beauty queens go at it tooth and nail, battling for a prize that could lead to stardom, and when that contest might very well be fixed, woe betide the girl who wins, because her jealous rivals might make sure that it's adios! [(W) Trina Robbins (A) Silvestre Szilagyi (CA) Marat Mychaels]

SRP: $3.99 Your Price: $3.99

Image: Honey West: This Girl for Hire SC  - Moonstone

Honey West - part Marilyn Monroe and part Mike Hammer! The first woman of private eye fiction, and the first woman character in the lead role of an action TV show, returns with all new swinging 60's sexy and thrilling mysteries! Gloria Fickling's creation has solved mysteries in a series of 10 novels, and was also the star of the TV series Honey West starring Anne Francis! Collects issues #1-7. [(W) Trina Robbins, Elaine Lee (A) Cynthia Martin, Ronn Sutton]

SRP: $22.95 Your Price: $19.50

Image: Last Girl Standing SC  - Fantagraphics Books
Last Girl Standing SC
(Fantagraphics Books)

Trina Robbins' Last Girl Standing chronicles a life of sex, drugs, rock ?n' roll and comics. From her New York childhood in the 1940s to visiting the EC offices and posing for men's magazines in the 1950s, interacting with rock royalty and entering the orbit of underground cartoonists in the 1960's before moving to San Francisco, co-founding Wimmen's Comix and ultimately transforming into a comics historian and lecturer in the ?90s and 2000s, Trina Robbins broke the rules and takes no prisoners in this heavily illustrated memoir.

SRP: $19.99 Your Price: $16.99

Image: Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #17 - DC Comics

Diana's compassion is tested when Dr. Barbara Minerva appears, begging for assistance as she seeks out the last remaining source of urzkatarga, the plant that supplies the serum that transforms her into the Cheetah. And if she can't use it to replenish her supply, she'll die. But when the Amazon princess/super-hero and the scientist/super-villain make their way to the Island of Lost Souls, they find more is at stake than expected! Final Issue.

SRP: $3.99 Your Price: $3.99

Image: Wonder Woman: Forgotten Legends SC  - DC Comics

Tales of Wonder Woman in the style of the Golden Age of Comics by Trina Robbins and Kurt Busiek are collected at last! In these stories from the 1980s, Paradise Island is threatened by a mysterious Amazon known as Atomia! This title collects The Legend Of Wonder Woman #1-4, Wonder Woman #318 and a story from Wonder Woman Annual #2.

SRP: $16.99 Your Price: $14.44


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