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Ombres Sur Tombstone Édition Noir Et Blanc

“A professional player shot in the back,” announces the special edition of Tombstone Epitaph. Nothing but mundane, with one detail: the player is called Blueberry, a real celebrity, according to fat Campbell, a Boston journalist. But with three bullets in his body, Blueberry is not dead. And as soon as he opens an eye, Campbell […]

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Berkeley Breathed’s Bloom County Artist’s Edition

The Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of one of the most cherished and fondly remembered comic strips of all time showcases his art in this deluxe oversized edition. You’ve read all the strips, now see the art! This Artist’s Edition features an incredible selection of daily and Sunday comic strips, as well as a selection of sketchbook […]

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The Absolute Sandman: Overture

Neil Gaiman’s legendary series is back in DC’s Absolute Edition format! From the birth of a galaxy to the moment that Morpheus is captured, THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE features cameo appearances by fan-favorite characters such as the Corinthian, Merv Pumpkinhead and, of course, the Dream King’s siblings: Death, Desire, Despair, Delirium, Destruction and Destiny. This volume […]

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Walter Simonson’s Ragnarök Artist’s Edition Portfolio

Walter Simonson’s Ragnarök Artist’s Edition Portfolio features all 12 covers—main and variants—from the acclaimed writer/artist’s first six-issue story arc. Simonson, an Eisner Award-winning creator of such classics as Thor, Alien: The Illustrated Story, Manhunter and Star Slammers, has returned to his love of Norse mythology in the pages of Ragnarök. Like all our AE books […]

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Gabriel Rodriguez’ Locke & Key Artist’s Edition Covers Portfolio

Presenting a selection of some of the finest and most inventive cover images from Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’ best-selling and critically acclaimed horror series, all in the IDW award-winning Artist’s Edition format. 12 intricate and thought-provoking images by Rodriguez, all scanned directly from the original art and delivered in a lovely hardcover case. IDW […]

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Bernie Wrightson’s The Muck Monster: Artist’s Edition Portfolio

Bernie Wrightson is one of the most acclaimed horror artist’s of all time. His work on Swamp Thing and many DC mystery books are hailed as classics of the form, but his undisputed masterpiece is Frankenstein, illustrated from the Mary Shelley novel. Leading up to Frankenstein, Wrightson did a series of breathtaking stories for Creepy […]

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Walter Simonson’s Lawnmower Man: Artist’s Edition Portfolio

Stephen King‘s The Lawnmower Man is a classic short story that was the basis for a hit motion picture. But, more importantly, it was adapted for comics by King himself, and drawn by legendary comics artist Walter Simonson. Only published once, in a rare Marvel magazine, this is the first time since 1981 that The […]

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EC Covers Portfolio Artist’s Edition

From IDW Publishing. The EC Covers Artist’s Edition Portfolio is available only from IDW Publishing and features 8 classic EC Covers, each one printed on heavy stock and printed to the same exacting standards as all Artist’s Editions: Crime Suspenstories #22 by Johnny Craig; Tales from the Crypt #46 by Jack Davis; Weird Fantasy #15 […]

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Wally Wood T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Artist’s Edition Portfolio

Wally Wood is recognized as one of the finest talents to ever grace the comics medium. In the 1950s, he was one of the brightest stars in the legendary EC stable of artists, including being one of the key artists on the ground breaking MAD! In the 1960s, Wood reinvigorated Marvel’s Daredevil, including designing the […]

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Russ Heath’s Yellow Heat Artist’s Edition Portfolio

Russ Heath is one to the finest artists in comic book history. In a career that began more than 70 years ago, he has worked for nearly every publisher. This Artist’s Edition Portfolio prints one of Heath’s most beautiful and notorious stories, “Yellow Heat!” Originally published in Vampirella #58 in 1977, “Yellow Heat” has been […]