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NOV19 CATALOG: Mags & Books
Image: Stan Lee: Get to Know Comics Creator SC  - Capstone Publishing

Stan Lee is one of the most influential people in the comic book world. The memorable heroes he created, including Spider-Man, Iron Man, the X-Men, and Daredevil, helped build Marvel Comics into the publishing powerhouse we know today. This elementary aged biography of the creator features an engaging text, vibrant photos, and fact boxes and aligns with national and state social studies standards.

SRP: $7.95 Your Price: $6.75

Image: Draw #36 - Twomorrows Publishing
Draw #36
(Twomorrows Publishing)

Mike Hawthorne has continued his upward trajectory to become one of today's best mainstream comics artists. In Draw! #36, Hawthorne slices, dices, and dishes on what it takes to get to the top, and how he creates the razor-sharp imagery that got him there! Next, Draw! travels north of the border to catch up with Shuster Award-winning artist Yanick Paquette as he reveal the techniques and working methods behind his remarkable style. Plus, regular columnist Jerry Ordway continues demonstrating the Ord-Way of creating comics, Jamar Nicholas reviews the latest art supplies, and we present the latest installment of Comic Art Bootcamp by Bret Blevins and editor Mike Manley!

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $8.45

Image: Alter Ego #163 - Twomorrows Publishing
Alter Ego #163
(Twomorrows Publishing)

Alter Ego examines the great early days of Dave Cockrum, Legion of Super-Heroes artist and co-developer of the revived mid-1970s X-Men, as revealed in art-filled letters to buddy Paul Allen and augmented by rare, previously unseen illustrations provided by wife Paty Cockrum! You'll be startled by Dave's amazing 1960s-70s drawings of Edgar Rice Burroughs heroes such as John Carter of Mars, et al.! Plus FCA-Michael T. Gilbert on Pete Morisi-John Broome-Bill Schelly, and more!

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $8.45

Image: Octavia Butler: Parable of the Sower GN HC  - Abrams Comicarts

In this graphic novel adaptation of Octavia E. Butler's Parable of the Sower, by Damian Duffy and John Jennings, the award-winning team behind the #1 bestseller Kindred: A Graphic Novel Adaptation, the author portrays a searing vision of America's future. In the year 2024, the country is marred by unattended environmental and economic crises that lead to social chaos. Lauren Olamina, a preacher's daughter living in Los Angeles, is protected from danger by the walls of her gated community. However, in a night of fire and death, what begins as a fight for survival soon leads to something much more: a startling vision of human destiny and the birth of a new faith.

SRP: $24.99 Your Price: $21.24

Image: Shadow Double-Novel Vol. 148: Isle of Doubt & Murder Town SC  - Sanctum Productions

The Master Avenger crushes crime in classic pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson. First, A Mississippi River Isle of Doubt conceals crooks and their ill-gotten wealth, until The Shadow's justice proves to be as inevitable as the flow of the mighty river itself! Then, the specter of death rises over a thriving community, transforming it into a Murder Town. Finally, the restorative waters of Sapphire Springs are claimed to have fabulous curative properties, but could conceal an evil Fountain of Death.

SRP: $19.95 Your Price: $16.95

Image: Doc Savage Wild Adventure: Frightened Fish SC  - Altus Press

Why did the image of a harmless silver fish drive all who beheld it mad? Even Doc Savage did not know. But as he took up the puzzling trail, the Man of Bronze discovered an inexplicable menace growing in the rich coastal fishing grounds of the Atlantic seaboard and embarked on a submarine voyage of terror that would carry him to the intrigue of Occupied Japan!

SRP: $14.95 Your Price: $12.70

Image: Creeps #23 - Warrant Publishing Company
Creeps #23
(Warrant Publishing Company)

The Creeps revives the iconic Warren illustrated horror magazines of the 1970's by replicating Warren's early page layouts and publishing new, classic styled work by original Warren artists, writers and editors. Each issue is a highly collectible instant classic!

SRP: $5.95 Your Price: $5.05

Image: Betty Boop's Guide to a Bold & Balanced Life HC  - Skyhorse

If there's one thing Betty Boop knows, it's how to make a lasting impression. For more than 80 years, the glamorous international icon has sung, sashayed, and Boop-Oop-a-Dooped past rules and conventions, unafraid to take risks or set trends, and proving time after time that she can do anything she sets her mind to! Here the authors take ten empowering and universally inspiring themes pulled directly from the classic Fleischer Studios Betty Boop cartoons and demonstrate why they're more relevant than ever in today's world by blending them with modern images and timeless wisdom and advice.

SRP: $19.99 Your Price: $16.99

Image: Locus #708 - Locus Magazine
Locus #708
(Locus Magazine)

In November, Locus presents the best in science fiction and fantasy with interviews from both new and established authors; in-depth reviews of the latest book and short fiction releases; our coverage of the latest industry news; commentary from Cory Doctorow; our authoritative list of the various books published during the month; and much more.

SRP: $8.99 Your Price: $7.64

Image: Rue Morgue Magazine #192 - Marrs Media Inc
Rue Morgue Magazine #192
(Marrs Media Inc)

Rue Morgue kicks off the new year with the big screen adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's Color Out of Space starring Nicolas Cage and directed by Richard Stanley. Also features the 2020 Horror Convention & Film Festival Guide, 2019 The Year in Review, along with 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!

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $8.45

Image: Non-Sport Update Vol. 31 #1 - Non-Sport Update
Non-Sport Update Vol. 31 #1
(Non-Sport Update)

Every issue of Non-Sport Update magazine brings trading card collectors news on the latest in non-sport and entertainment cards (Star Wars, The Walking Dead, Marvel, etc.). Feature stories are devoted to new releases and the classic trading cards of the 50s and 60s. Non-Sport Update's big 32-page price guide provides current values for thousands of the most popular non-sport series. Departments focus on auction highlights, a list of upcoming releases, promotional cards, what's trending in non-sports, collector interviews, and more. Each issue includes sample promotional cards.

SRP: $5.99 Your Price: $5.09

Image: Fangoria Vol. 2 #6 - Cinestate Fangoria LLC
Fangoria Vol. 2 #6
(Cinestate Fangoria LLC)

Fangoria is a quarterly magazine covering the horror film genre since 1979. Fangoria relaunched in October 2018 as a quarterly collectible with in-depth interview with filmmakers, as well as retrospectives and columns by those in the horror film business.

SRP: $19.79 Your Price: $16.82

Image: Scream Magazine #59 - Scream Horror Magazine
Scream Magazine #59
(Scream Horror Magazine)

Blood, guts, gore and more! If you're after zombies, werewolves, ghosts, ghouls and vampires (the proper kind mind you, no sparkly one's here, thank you!), Scream Magazine is the place to find them. Each issue takes a well-written, informative approach to covering its favorite 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: $9.99 Your Price: $8.49

Image: Illustration Magazine #67 - Illustration Magazine
Illustration Magazine #67
(Illustration Magazine)

We feature the work of Vincent DiFate, best known for his spectacular science-fiction paperback book cover illustrations. Next up we feature the work of James Bingham, known for his remarkable slick magazine illustrations of the '40s and '50s. Our final feature concerns the work of slick illustrator John Fernie, also known for his work in magazines of the 40s and 50s. Book reviews, exhibitions and events, and more round out the issue!

SRP: $15.00 Your Price: $12.75

Image: Shadow Double-Novel Vol. 149: Murder by Magic & Crime Out of Mind SC  - Sanctum Productions

The Knight of Darkness investigates magic-based crimes in four thrilling pulp tales by Walter B. Gibson and Bruce Elliott. First, The Shadow infiltrates the world of illusion and legerdemain when professional magician's props are utilized to commit Murder by Magic. And a nightclub mind reader sees and tells all, but Kent Allard suspects the mentalist's visions are being used to commit Crime Out of Mind? Then The Shadow follows a traveling carnival's trail of death to uncover the bizarre secret behind The Freak Show Murders. Finally, is a stage hypnotist responsible when a subject commits suicide before a theater full of witnesses? Only The Shadow knows!

SRP: $19.95 Your Price: $16.95

Image: Horrorhound #81 - Horrorhound Ltd
Horrorhound #81
(Horrorhound Ltd)

The Stephen King and George Romero collaboration, Creepshow, has returned thanks to a new television series on Shudder. This issue takes a look back at this iconic duo's history, along with a special 30th anniversary retrospective feature on their 1990 feature film Tales from the Darkside, which most consider the lost Creepshow sequel. A VHS Invasion on horror TV collections is also expected (including Tales from the Darkside: The Series). This issue also takes a look into the upcoming Snowpiercer television series with cast interviews and the latest film news from Blumhouse ... plus our regular features, such as toy and comic book news.

SRP: $6.99 Your Price: $5.94

Image: Retrofan Magazine #8 - Twomorrows Publishing
Retrofan Magazine #8
(Twomorrows Publishing)

Now Bi-Monthly! RetroFan features interviews with the Sixties' grooviest family band, The Cowsills, and TV's coolest mom, June Lockhart! Plus: Mars Attacks!, MAD Magazine in the Seventies, the Flintstones turn sixty, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, Honey West, Max Headroom, the Popeye Picnic, the Smiley Face fad, and more fun, fab features! Featuring columns by Ernest Farino, Andy Mangels, Will Murray, Martin Pasko, Scott Saavedra, and Scott Shaw!

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $8.45

Image: Comic Book Creator #22 - Twomorrows Publishing
Comic Book Creator #22
(Twomorrows Publishing)

CBC #22 travels to the studio of P. Craig Russell, whose career stretches from Killraven and Elric, to his Oscar Wilde adaptations and The Sandman, to the present day with American Gods, for a career-spanning, intimate interview (complete with photos and a gallery of PCR's finest artwork). Also, we look at an almost completely unknown work of Frank Quitely, renowned artist on All-Star Superman and The Authority: his awesome artwork decorating the walls of a Radisson hotel in Scotland! We also talk with Derf Backderf about his forthcoming graphic novel commemorating the 50th anniversary of the tragic killing of college students, Kent State: Four Dead in Ohio.

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $8.45

Image: Brickjournal #62 - Twomorrows Publishing
Brickjournal #62
(Twomorrows Publishing)

BrickJournal, the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, goes back to the tracks with a new train-themed issue! Brick Railroad Modeler Editor Cale Leiphart returns to talk about his Blue Comet, the Seashores Finest train and Co-Editor Glenn Holland introduces us to the L-Gauge Modular Building Standard. We'll also take a look at PennLUG's Train Roundhouse and have some other train-related surprises! There's also the Bricks in the Middle comic by Kevin Hinkle, step-by-step You Can Build It instructions by Christopher Deck, Minifigure Customization with Jared K. Burks, and more!

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $8.45


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