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Call of Cthulhu Illustrated HC
(Design Studio Press)

H.P. Lovecraft's The Call of Cthulhu, first published in 1928, is one of the greatest classics of American horror literature. Cthulhu himself, dreaming and waiting at the bottom of the sea, became a symbol for the entire mythology that Lovecraft created. François Baranger, an illustrator who has previously worked in film and games, was fascinated early on by Lovecraft's creatures and visions which populated the darkest recesses of fantasy. In this book, he has taken on the work of illustrating Lovecraft's most iconic novel.

SRP: $29.95 Your Price: $23.96

Did you know that Superman debuted in 1938 and is considered to have fueled the birth of the superhero craze? Or that Katsuhiro Otomo's Akira was instrumental in introducing manga to the world outside of Japan? Comic books are now fully part of mainstream pop culture, and this engaging read introduces kids ages 8-12 to the pivotal creators of the world's most beloved comics, as well as the unknown names that have guided the industry to where it is today. From classic superhero tales like Spider-Man to epic fantasy adventures like Elfquest, comic books have inspired legions of devoted fans and accrue sales of over 1 billion annually. Awesome Minds: Comic Book Creators will walk kids through the important milestones in comic book history and the visionaries who helped develop some of the most iconic fictional characters today.

SRP: $14.95 Your Price: $11.96

Do you want to be a great leader like Black Panther, or perhaps a great warrior striving for peace like Wonder Woman? You can be that and much more without even having the superpowers of Captain Marvel or Spider-Man. Remember: What makes you different makes you great. You are more than your mistakes. Protect those who need it. Take care of the planet. And, above all, love and respect yourself. Each of the 20 lessons is taught by a familiar character and showcased in lively full-color illustration. Whether you want to be a role model like Superman, control your emotions like Hulk, or stand up to bullies like Captain America, this book is for you. Be you, be better, and learn these life lessons from your favorite superheroes.

SRP: $11.95 Your Price: $9.56

Noisemakers: 25 Women Who Raised Their Voices SC
(Knopf Books For Young Readers)

From the creators of Kazoo magazine, a quarterly magazine for girls ages 5-12, which Amy Poehler's Smart Girls called required reading, comes a graphic novel anthology of women who are not afraid to make some noise! Did anyone ever get anywhere by being quiet? To change anything, you have to make some noise! From the creators of the award-winning Kazoo magazine comes a look at the lives of 25 extraordinary women through the eyes of 25 extraordinary comic artists. In chapters titled Grow, Tinker, Play, Create, Rally, and Explore, you'll meet Eugenie Clark, who swam with sharks, Raye Montague, who revolutionized the design process for ships, Hedy Lamarr, a beautiful actress and brilliant inventor, Julia Child, a chef who wasn't afraid to make mistakes, Kate Warne, the first female detective, who saved the life of President-Elect Abraham Lincoln, and many more! Available in Softcover and Hardcover editions!

SRP: $17.99 Your Price: $14.39

Locus #709
(Locus Magazine)

In February, Locus presents the Year-in-Review, their annual authoritative look at the best books of the past year. The Year-in-Review features essays and recommendations from their reviewers, recommended reading list, and book and magazine summaries - which looks at how the US and UK publishing fields performed during the past year. Also, look for commentary from Kameron Hurley, interviews from established and new authors, reviews of new books, genre news, people notes, and other special features.

SRP: $8.99 Your Price: $7.19

CARtoons Magazine #25
(Picture Esque Publishing)

To start off 2020, we are giving you The Best of CARtoons, Your #1 Source for Car Culture Humor! With a fresh new cover, this special issue will feature our best past stories from some of our top artists including George Trosley, Steve Austin, Bob Hardin, Joe Borer, Nelson Dewey, Jeff Slemons, Fred Boatman, Drag Daddy, Larry Williams, Mike Yapps, Dart Daugherty, Greg Panneitz, Dave Beaty, Pat Rea, John Deaton, Paul Townsend, Don Lomax, Tim Pronk, Jim Lawson, Shawn Dickinson, Shane O'Brien, Joseph Krejci, Chad Norman & more! Plus, our Fifth CARtist Spotlight will be all about an original CARtoons surprise artist! Come join the fun with 64 pages of pure automotive family-friendly humor! If you love Cars and Comics, you'll love CARtoons Magazine!

SRP: $6.99 Your Price: $5.59

Holy Skreeonk! Look who's out to burn down the next epic issue of AFM, its none other than the King of the Monsters himself, GODZILLA! It's true folks, Japan's favorite irradiated son is set to lay waste to the pages of AFM in epic fashion with a foam-rubber suited lineup of some of Toho Pictures' most memorable Kaiju! Slated articles will include dioramas of the Big G centering on mass destruction and all the modeled havoc that ensues! The history of Godzilla Super-Deformed kits will be revealed with an amazing look at all the biggest, little kits you've ever seen! Next, take a tour of Japan with a unique photo journal diary that takes you from Osaka to Tokyo with a stopover at their world famous WonderFestival Convention! AFM's Company profile spotlights Star Ace, the Chinese outfit responsible for the highly popular Godzilla DefoReal series, and we'll also be throwing the spotlight on Resin Chef's sculptor, Bill Gundenson, and his menagerie of offbeat, Toho Kaiju kits. All this and so much more destruction awaits you in the next foot-stompin', city smashing issue of Amazing Figure Modeler #69!

SRP: $10.00 Your Price: $8.00

Newtype (March 2019)
(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 Language.

SRP: $20.00 Your Price: $16.00

Chief Jim Hopper reveals long-awaited secrets to Eleven about his old life as a police detective in New York City, confronting his past before the events of the hit show, Stranger Things! Hawkins, Indiana... Christmas 1984. All Chief Jim Hopper wants is to enjoy a quiet first Christmas with Eleven, but his adopted daughter has other plans. Over Hopper's protests, she pulls a cardboard box marked New York out of the basement - and the tough questions begin. Why did Hopper leave Hawkins all those years ago? What does Vietnam mean? And why has he never talked about New York? Although he'd rather face a horde of demogorgons than talk about his own past, Hopper knows that he can't deny the truth any longer. And so begins the story of the incident in New York - the last big case before everything changed...

SRP: $17.00 Your Price: $13.60

For over 120 years the stories of Bigfoot, Sasquatch, the Yeti and Abominable Snowman have seeped into pop culture, reaching its apex in 1967 with the release of the Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot film. The lumbering beast, known as Patty, has held the imagination of Cryptids, Paranormal, and X-File-inspired fans who want to believe. This special magazine features a guide to Bigfoot in cinema, from early appearances in films like The Conquest of the Pole and the Lost World, to the more popular titles like Harry and the Hendersons or Willow Creek. Writer Lyle Blackburn pens a retrospective on The Legend of Boggy Creek while additional articles focus on the history of Bigfoot board games and action figures - plus a spotlight on novelty company Archie McPhee. (HorrorHound)

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Gothic media moguls Meg Hafdahl and Kelly Florence, authors of The Science of Monsters, and co-hosts of the Horror Rewind podcast called the best horror film podcast out there by Film Daddy, present a guide to the feminist horror movies, TV shows, and characters we all know and love. Through interviews, film analysis, and bone-chilling discoveries, The Science of Women in Horror uncovers the theories behind women's most iconic roles of the genre. Explore age-old tropes such as The Innocentlike Lydia in Beetlejuice, The Gorgon like Pamela Voorhees in Friday the 13th, and The Mother like Norma Bates in Pyscho and Bates Motel, and delve deeper into female-forward film and TV including The Haunting of Hill House, Teeth, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and so much more!

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A sweet, funny contemporary teen romance for the inner geek in all of us from fan-favorite graphic novelist Faith Erin Hicks. Miriam's family should be rich. Her grandfather was the co-creator of smash-hit comics series The TomorrowMen. But he sold his rights to the series to his co-creator in the 1960s for practically nothing, and now that's what Miriam has: practically nothing. And practically nothing to look forward to either-how can she afford college when her family can barely keep a roof above their heads? As if she didn't have enough to worry about, Miriam's life gets much more complicated when a cute boy shows up in town and turns out to be the grandson of the man who defrauded Miriam's grandfather, and heir to the TomorrowMen fortune. This is a sensitive and funny Romeo-and-Juliet tale about modern romance, geek royalty, and what it takes to heal the long-festering scars of the past (spoiler alert: love).

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Aliens: Phalanx PB
(Titan Books)

Ataegina was a flourishing medieval world until demons turned it into a living hell. Swarms of lethal creatures with black husks, murderous claws and dreaded tooth-tongues wiped out ninety percent of the population, driving survivors into remote mountain keeps. When young warriors discover a weapon they can use against this hideous evil, they journey to Black Smoke Mountain to kill the Demon Mother.

SRP: $14.95 Your Price: $11.96

Hobby Japan (March 2019)
(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 Language.

SRP: $20.00 Your Price: $16.00

Megami (March 2019)
(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 Language.

SRP: $20.00 Your Price: $16.00

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 Drago by Burne Hogarth, Flash Gordon by Harry Harrison & Mac Raboy, Rick O'Shay by Stan Lynde, Gasoline Alley by Dick Moores, Alley Oop by V. T. Hamlin, Tarzan by Gil Kane, Steve Canyon by Milton Caniff, and Casey Ruggles by Warren Tufts. Plus: a wealth of B&W features, including The Phantom by Sy Barry and Krazy Kat by George Herriman.

SRP: $19.95 Your Price: $15.96

Scary Monsters Magazine #116

The Scary Monsters 116th Brains Gone Mad issue is our special Monster Memories edition, highlighting favorite memories of classic monster and sci-fi films that feature brains on the loose and mad scientist transplantation experiments, including Dr. Frankenstein's work in several Hammer Films. We also recall the first viewing of the Monster Kid Holy Grail: King Kong vs. Godzilla, and we interview Dark Shadows' Roger Davis. Plus, Dr. Gangrene's Mad Interviews, Trilogy of Terror, Strange Days, and much more - over 144 photo-packed pages!

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $7.96

Scream Magazine #60
(Scream Horror Magazine)

The world's scariest publication, Scream Magazine - the biggest and most read horror magazine out today is guaranteed to make you shiver. Blood, guts, gore and more! 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 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.

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A second wave of Martians has come to Earth, and they claim to come in peace. It is only when Holmes and Watson travel to the Red Planet, ostensibly to track down the killer of an eminent Martian philosopher, that they learn the horrifying truth: the Martians who invaded Earth are tyrannical despots who are merely biding their time to enslave the citizens of Earth.

SRP: $12.95 Your Price: $10.36

Avast, me hearties! Hoist high the Jolly Roger for a perilous voyage through 100 years of piracy illustrations from comics, magazines and books! Divided into 5 sections: Under the Black Flag, Sweep the Spanish Main, Swashbucklers of the Seven Seas, Four Fabled Sea Raiders, and The Sea-Faring Man with One Leg, along with special sections on Howard Pyle and Norman Mills Price. Featured artists include Ron Embleton, NC Wyeth, Frank Schoonover, Cecil Glossop, Graham Coton, James McConnell, DC Eyles, Sep Scott, Fortunino Matania, Will Eisner, Edward Mortelmans, Peter Jackson, Alex Nino, Jose Salinas, Reed Crandall, Wally Wood and many more! A showcase some of the greatest pirate art ever published in comics, books, magazines, posters, including many versions of Treasure Island.

SRP: $34.99 Your Price: $27.99

The Women of The Shadow are showcased in classic pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson and Theodore Tinsley writing as Maxwell Grant. First, the pall of death falls over a Mansion of Crime. Can the Master of Darkness penetrate the cloak of evil to save innocent lives? Next, a ten-million-dollar crime is brewing along the Atlantic Coast, and only The Shadow can prevent the theft of priceless Gems of Jeopardy. Then, The Shadow seeks to unravel the sinister secret of Twins of Crime. Finally, Lamont Cranston and Margo Lane's investigation of a five-year-old murder places them in the middle of The Devil's Feud. This extra-length collectors special leads off with an action-packed cover by George Rozen (reproduced directly from the original painting) and also features classic pulp art by Graves Gladney and Paul Orban, with commentary by pulp historian Will Murray.

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Four-novel final issue spectacular! The Knight of Darkness proves that crime does not pay in thrilling pulp tales by Walter B. Gibson, Theodore Tinsley and Bruce Elliott writing as Maxwell Grant. First, murder suspects all have iron-clad defenses, leading The Shadow to investigate an Alibi Trail. Then The Golden Doom menaces a great hospital and threatens the life of The Shadow himself! Next, a victim is killed during a live video drama, and only Lamont Cranston can unmask the perpetrator of The Television Murders. Finally, The Whispering Eyes are all victims recall of a sinister master of hypnotism in Walter Gibson's final Shadow pulp novel! This instant collectors item showcases the original cover art by George Rozen and Modest Stein and interior illustrations by Paul Orban and Edd Cartier, with historical commentary by Will Murray and Anthony Tollin.

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Back Issue #119
(Twomorrows Publishing)

Eisner Award-winner for 'Best Comics-Related Publication'! Back Issue #119 is a special Guardians of the Galaxy issue! A galaxy of comics stars discuss Marvel's white-hot space team in the Guardians Interviews, including Tom DeFalco, Keith Giffen, Rob Liefeld, Al Milgrom, Mary Skrenes, Roger Stern, Jim Valentino, and more. Plus: Star-Lord and Rocket Raccoon before the Guardians, with Chris Claremont and Mike Mignola. Featuring a Bronze Age Guardians cover by their Copper Age artist, Jim Valentino, inked by Chris Ivy. Edited by Michael Eury.

SRP: $9.95 Your Price: $7.96

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