This epic story of Sherman, Dorothy, Ed, Stephen, Jane, and Mr. Flavor is not to be missed. Alex Robinson’s completely natural and inspiring knack for dialogue has made his story of dreary jobs, comic books, love, sex, messy apartments, girlfriends (and the lack thereof), undisclosed pasts, and crusty old professionals one of the most delightful and whimsical graphic novels to hit the stands in years.
The newest Hey, Mister trade paperback collects the most recent four issues of the four-time Eisner and Ignatz award-nominated series. It includes "Behind The Green Door," "The Trouble With Jesus," "Eyes On The Prize," and "Dial 'M' for Mister." And, as a bonus, also includes Sickman-Garner's cartoon account of who he is and why he does what he does. Join Mister, Young Tim, Aunt Mary and the beloved Hideous Mutants as they hurtle headlong out of Eden and try to find redemption in a world where love is a four-letter word and even God gets lonely... + Read More
Series: Three FingersPaperbackRich Koslowski9781891830310$14.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Jul 01, 2002
Through a series of never-before-seen interviews and rare photos, documentary-maker Rich Koslowski reveals the horrifying true story behind the Cartoon industry and our most celebrated cartoon actors - the story that Hollywood doesn't want you to see.. Told in the style of a Ken Burns documentary, with interviews of 'toon stars today as well as historical "file footage" of the "early years," you will forever rethink those beloved characters in the white gloves.
Series: ClumsyPaperbackJeffrey Brown9780971359765$10.00COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS May 04, 2003
Clumsy is Jeffrey Brown’s debut workClumsy is the bittersweet story of a year long, long distance relationship, told through snippets of everyday life, drawn in a simple and elegantly awkward style that heightens the emotional impact and leaves you reminiscing about your own past love affairs. Oh, and it also has a lot of sex.
Series: UnlikelyPaperbackJeffrey Brown9781891830419$14.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Aug 18, 2003
The follow-up to Jeffrey Brown’s self-published debut hit, Clumsy.The bittersweet story of how Jeffrey Brown lost his virginity.A full-length graphic novel drawn in a simple and elegantly awkward style that heightens the emotional impact of the work.
The Art of Tommy Lee Edwards collects artwork from every facet of this versatile artist's incredible career, including comic book work and art from Star Wars, The Matrix, James Bond, Mattel, and many others.
Series: From HellFrom HellPaperbackAlan Moore9780958578349$46.00COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS May 01, 2004
Alan Moore (Watchmen) and Eddie Campbell (Bacchus), grandmasters of the comics medium, present a book often ranked among the greatest graphic novels of all time: From Hell.From the squalid alleys of the East End to the Houses of Parliament, from church naves to dens of the occult, all of London feels the uniquely irresistable blend of fascination, revulsion, and panic that the Ripper offers. The city teeters on the brink of the twentieth century, and only the slightest prodding is necessary to plunge it into a modern age of terror.Moore and Cam... + Read More
Series: The Mirror of LoveHardcoverAlan Moore9781891830457$24.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Jun 22, 2004
Acclaimed storyteller Alan Moore (From Hell, Jerusalem) yields this epic poem recounting the history of same-sex love, revealing a hidden side of Western culture through the lives of its greatest artists. Sappho, Michelangelo, Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, Oscar Wilde, and many others are woven into this rich, visceral piece. Originally published in 1988, The Mirror of Love sprang from Moore's activist heart as a reaction to Britain's controversial anti-gay law, Clause 28. In the past, Mirror has been translated into both a comic book and a sta... + Read More
Series: Less Than HeroesPaperbackDavid Yurkovich9781891830518$14.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Jul 13, 2004
In the city of Philadelphia there is a tall building at 18th and Market Streets atop of which lives four individuals. They are the official protectors of the city. Their job is to be around when traditional law enforcement fails. But are they really heroes? Meet Philadelphia's contracted super-hero team, Threshold. A quartet more interested in milk and cookies than crime and punishment. A team more concerned with battling indigestion than their arch enemies. Sure, they have super-powers. They can leap tall buildings, fly, and do all the stuff o... + Read More
American intelligence services have a secret weapon — and it has fangs! This volume collects the original graphic novella that introduced CVO — vampire operatives who spy for the United States, dealing with the most dangerous global threats, plus a spine-tingling tale of an incredibly ancient artifact and a disappearing colleague that lead CVO toward an encounter with a deadly trio.
Series: BigheadPaperbackJeffrey Brown9781891830563$12.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Oct 26, 2004
Jeffrey Brown is back — and with a Bighead, no less! An irreverent and clever super-hero parody, featuring the most amazing hero of all time: Bighead. Witness inept villains clash with an all-too-emotional hero, in the epic graphic novel that will leap all clichés in a single bound.
The final chapter of Jeffrey Brown’s so-called “Girlfriend Trilogy.” AEIOU continues to explore the subtleties of relationships examined in Clumsy and Unlikely, concentrating this time on the differences between knowing and loving someone, invoking the reader’s relationship with the book as a parallel to being involved with someone. The story is told with Brown’s trademark expressive drawings and juxtaposition of humor and heartache.
When a mole in CVO exposes the whole organization to danger, things look bad for America’s first line of supernatural defense against growing global threats. With fellow agents being killed all around them, The vampire spies of CVO may find themselves out in the cold. Jeff Mariotte (CVO: Artifact) and Antonio Vazquez offer up a fast-paced combination of horror and espionage.
Series: The KingPaperbackRich Koslowski9781891830655$19.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Aug 23, 2005
The King is an offbeat tale of one very enigmatic Elvis impersonator that's taking the Vegas strip, and the world, by storm. Shrouded in mystery with the shining gold helmet that covers his face, his performances are mesmerizing, and many fans are starting to believe that he really is Elvis. Through a series of thought-provoking interviews and investigative reporting, a journalist makes it his personal mission to find out who The King really is. And along the way he discovers a lot more than he bargained for.
Series: TrickedPaperbackAlex Robinson9781891830730$19.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Aug 23, 2005
Alex’s new graphic novel follows the lives of six people — a reclusive rock legend, a heartbroken waitress, a counterfeiter, an obsessive crank, a lost daughter, and a backstabbing lover — whose lives are unconnected until an act of violence affects them all in different ways.
The world of the undead is a vast one, with many stories remaining to be told. In Bloodsucker Tales, Steve Niles continues the saga of 30 Days of Night with the bloody and terrifying story "Dead Billy Dead," illustrated by talented newcomer Kody Chamberlain. Matt Fraction joins in with "Juarez," introducing Lex Nova, former private detective and free-range madman, illustrated by Ben Templesmith.
With an ensemble cast straight from a box of Animal Crackers, this is a delightful tale of ambition, morality, and self-discovery drawn in a decidedly beautiful fashion reminiscent of Richard Scary and Lewis Trondheim, yet utterly unique. Renier's fully-realized and compellingly adventurous narrative is at once both achingly naive and profoundly worldly. A remarkable debut, this tightly crafted novella is the real deal, and will charm your socks off.
For as long as humanity has known of the alien plot to re-colonize the Earth, there have been men who would conspire to consolidate that knowledge, and the power that came with it, for themselves. But the "Syndicate" that long bedeviled Agents Mulder and Scully are no more, consumed and destroyed by those very secrets they kept... or are they? What new secrets will they fight and kill for? And what will become of the X-Files once those secrets are laid bare? The end begins here! Collects issues #21–25.
Will You Still Love Me If I Wet The Bed? started out as an exercise in keeping a personal comic journal of the finer points of a relationship, but quickly evolved to become Liz Prince's first solo full length comic. Described as a mix between Jeffrey Brown and James Kochalka, Liz's comic is made up of short vignettes that capture all the cute, gross, and endearing aspects of relationships.
Series: Night MaryPaperbackRick Remender9781933239279$19.99COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Mar 14, 2006
Meet Mary Specter, a misunderstood teenage girl trained to be a lucid dreamer. Mary's father runs a sleep disorder clinic where Mary enters the ghastly dreams of severely disturbed people in an attempt to help them. When a patient is revealed to be a serial killer, the nightmare world and the waking one become intertwined, putting Mary in real jeopardy. Set in a world where the boundaries between dreams and reality are tenuous, Night Maryis a very dark and terrifying trip into psychological horror.
Series: The TickingHardcoverRenee French9781891830709$19.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS May 08, 2006
The Ticking is the story of Edison Steelhead, a boy who at birth takes his mother's life and his father's deformed face. Secreted away by his father to be raised in a remote island lighthouse, Edison relates to his surroundings in the only way he knows how--by capturing them in his sketchbook. Able to find beauty in even the most grotesque of things, Edison embraces his own unsettling appearance and sets out to confront the rest of the world.Waiting for him on its alien shores are the sights and experiences that will give shape to both his futu... + Read More
Introducing an entirely new way of looking at art — the Sparrow series of art books. First up in this new line, 48 pages of Ashley Wood goodness, presented in a special hardcover format.
Series: The SurrogatesPaperbackRobert Venditti9781891830877$19.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Sep 12, 2006
The year is 2054, and life has been reduced to a data feed. The fusing of virtual reality and cybernetics has ushered in the era of the surrogate, a new technology that lets users interact with the world without ever leaving their homes. It’s a perfect world, and it’s up to Detectives Harvey Greer and Pete Ford of the Metro Police Department to keep it that way. But to do so they’ll need to stop a techno-terrorist bent on returning society to a time when people lived their lives instead of merely experiencing them. Welcome to The Surrogates... + Read More
Ever wondered what form your favorite Transformers would take if they existed in different eras? Wonder no more, as IDW’s new Evolutions line debuts with “Hearts of Steel,” writer Chuck Dixon and artists Guido Guidi transplant the ’bots to the Industrial Revolution, where a charismatic hammer-man named John Henry discovers that a steam drill is really an alien robot named Bumblebee. Before he can process this information, the pair is attacked by Decepticons disguised as tanks, trains and walking engines. Is this all part of a larger scheme by S... + Read More
Series: Regards From SerbiaPaperbackAleksander Zograf9781891830426$19.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Feb 13, 2007
A profound collection of Aleksandar Zograf's comics and correspondences during the war in Serbia. This book captures the essence of life during wartime, seen from the apartment window of one who was there at ground zero. The moral ambiguities of war, the horrific reality, the humanity. This volume includes Zograf's entire e-mail correspondence to his friends throughout the world during the bombing of his hometown of Pancevo, as well as all of his comic strips produced over the decade Bosnian/Serbian war. For those who appreciated Joe Sacco's Sa... + Read More
Kochalka invented the daily diary comic strip, spawning a grass roots comix movement that has swept across the globe. Every day Kochalka draws a little comic strip about something that happened to him that day. As simple as that concept might seem, in Kochalka's hands it becomes something astounding and surprising; wickedly funny at times and deeply moving at others. This volume prints all the strips from 2004 and 2005 in gorgeous full-color.
Series: 30 Days of Night30 Days Of NightPaperbackSteve Niles9780971977556$17.99COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Mar 27, 2007
In a sleepy, secluded Alaska town called Barrow, the sun sets and doesn't rise for over thirty consecutive days and nights. From the darkness, across the frozen wasteland, an evil will come that will bring the residents of Barrow to their knees. The only hope for the town is the Sheriff and Deputy, husband and wife who are torn between their own survival and saving the town they love.
Ben Templesmith (30 Days of Night, Singularity 7, Fell) creates an all-eerie and humorous new series. Things are awakening in the city. Things that have a nasty habit of leaving mutilated bodies in their wake and it all reeks of demons and dark gods up to no good. Owing a favor to his lazy ghost cop buddy Trotsky, Wormwood, the gentleman corpse and his oddball entourage are brought in to investigate the case (or at least hopefully not stuff it up too much.)
Series: MicrographicaPaperbackRenee French9781891830938$10.00COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS May 08, 2007
Micrographica takes Renée French's Ignatz Award-nominated online strip of the same name and turns it way up. A mob of tiny rodents live la vida loca, led by the trash-talking bully Moe and his trash-talking sidekick Preston. Add in Nubbins, the big guy; poor, sweet crapball-lovin' Aldo and a rotting corpse turned playground, and you'll never find a more moving affirmation of traditional values. Inspired by a bald bird sighting while the author was wandering Hunter's Hill in Sydney, Australia, this book is pure weirdness — just what Renée French... + Read More
Presenting a deluxe hardcover collection of Chester Gould’s timeless comic strip, Dick Tracy. The second volume of this multi-year project includes nearly 500 comic strips from May 1933 to January 1935. This special second volume also features an exclusive essay from Consulting Editor and longtime Tracy writer Max Allan Collins. Each volume will feature book design from award-winning designer/artist Ashley Wood. -The Library of American Comics is the world’s #1 publisher of classic newspaper comic strips, with 14 Eisner Award nominations and th... + Read More
Christian Slade, a former Disney animator and currently full-time freelance illustrator, has brought to Top Shelf a gorgeously illustrated woodland fantasy about a young girl named Ivy, her dog Sprout and their amazing adventures in Korgi Hollow. This amazing combination of adventure and fantasy will appeal to anyone who loves Andy Runton's Owly and Jeff Smith's Bone. Get ready for the launch of something very daring and very new!
The rules are simple: you're either a fox or a bunny. Foxes oppress and devour, bunnies suffer and die. Everyone knows their place. Everyone's satisfied. So what happens when a secret desire puts you at odds with your society? Starting from a simple premise — and without using a single word — Fox Bunny Funny leads the reader on a zigzag chase in and out of rabbit holes, and through increasingly strange landscapes where funny animals have serious identity problems. The tale swerves from slapstick to horror and back again before landing at the in... + Read More
The action shifts from Barrow, Alaska to L.A., as Stella Olemaun, her life forever altered by the vampires’ assault, rededicates herself to wiping out vampires and alerting the world to their shadowed existence. Along the way she meets new allies and new foes—lots and lots of foes. Intense action and gripping suspense make this a must-have horror book.30 Days of Night is one of the bestselling trade paperbacks of all-time, picked up a nomination for the prized International Horror Guild Award, and helped to usher in a new era for horror comics.... + Read More
Terry and the Pirates debuted on October 22, 1934. For the next twelve years, Terry would weave a spell of exotic adventure, sex appeal, and humor as its creator, Milton Caniff, became the consummate storyteller who forevermore would be known as “The Rembrandt of the Comic Strip.” No cartoonist has so heavily influenced his medium as has Milton Caniff, and no comic strip has had more imitators than Terry and the Pirates.The Sunday pages are reproduced in their original color, alongside the daily black-and-white strips. Volume One contains more... + Read More
Agent Swete — an unlikely hero comprised of organic chocolate and a member of the FBI's Food Crimes Division — and his sharp-tongued partner, Anderson, investigate a series of bizarre, food-inspired crimes. Along they way they encounter a variety of characters including an extraterrestrial canine named Geoffrey, writer Ernest Hemingway, an organized crime lord intent upon finding the life-enabling 'eternity pasta,' and an eerie, all-devouring trio known as The Metabolators.
Far away in space, there is a planet full of robots able to change from robot form to vehicle form — the Incredible Change-Bots! Leaving their war torn planet, the Change-Bots arrive on Earth, where their battle continues — but at what cost?! Part parody, part nostalgic tribute, part moral fable, Jeffrey Brown re-invents the shape changing robot genre into an occasionally stopping action comedy half-full of romance, drama and epic battles!
Super Spy is 52 interwoven short stories about cyanide, pen-guns, heartbreak and betrayal. Each story follows the life of a spy during World War II. Spanning the globe from Spain to France and Germany, this book takes the reader on a tour of the everyday life of the spy. From the small lies and deceptions to the larger secrets that everyone hides, Super Spy reveals the nature of espionage and how an individual can be lost and also find redemption. A children's book is something more than it seems... a woman swims the English Channel to deliver ... + Read More
Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with this all-new relaunch of the Star Trek franchise in comics. In the first collection of this special mini-series, travel to Tigan-7, Kandom 9, uncharted space, and more — each leading the dedicated crew of the Starship Enterprise into unexpected adventures. If you enjoyed watching Star Trek: The Next Generation on television, get ready for the comics adventure you've been waiting for.
It can be impossible to find all the sketch and variant covers published for IDW's line of Transformers comics, so we're here to help the fans! In The Art of IDW's Transformers you'll find each and every limited edition or sketch cover IDW published for Beast Wars, Generations, Infiltration, Spotlights, Escalation, Stormbringer and Evolutions, collected together in one hardcover, oversized volume. The perfect addition to any Transformers collection, this volume also includes sketches from fan-favorite artists E.J. Su and Don Figueroa!
Series: Lower RegionsPaperbackAlex Robinson9781603090094$6.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Nov 01, 2007
You tasted his Box Office Poison then got Tricked, so brace yourself for ALEX ROBINSON’S LOWER REGIONS! The award winning creator follows up his acclaimed graphic novels with a bold new direction: a pretty barbarian lady with an axe chopping her way through a dungeon filled with monsters! And if that doesn’t make you curious, how about this: this bloody, funny 56-page story contains only one word: THOOOOM!. A unique blend of mayhem, cheesecake and humor, ALEX ROBINSON’S LOWER REGIONS will leave you breathless.
Angel once put a stop to an evil children’s show, but not before being turned into a puppet during his fight. Now, fresh out of the Asylum, it’s Spike’s turn! Writer Brian Lynch and artist Franco Urru (Spike: Asylum) are reunited in this collection that sees Spike and Lorne heading off to Japan to stop the latest Japanese kids’ show… Smile Time! Will they become "puppetized" themselves? And along the way, find themselves in a fight with hundreds of ninja-puppets, reuniting with fellow Asylum inmates, and be at extreme odds with one other?
Pat Ryan goes on trial for his life, Terry Lee needs all his resourcefulness to escape the twin menaces of Klang the Warlord and the master schemer, Hunter Yurk, while for the first and only time, Burma and the Dragon Lady share an adventure. IDW Publishing proudly presents The Library of American Comics reprinting of the greatest adventure strip of all time, Terry and the Pirates. This volume features more than 725 comic strips, including full-color Sundays that highlight the breathtaking work of Milton Caniff, The Rembrandt of the Comics. The... + Read More
Series: Michael RecycleMichael RecycleHardcoverEllie Bethel9781600102240$21.99JUVENILE FICTION Age (years) from 7 - 10Mar 25, 2008
Just in time for Earth Day on April 22, Michael Recycle tells the adventures of a young superhero whose power allows him to teach people about recycling. After cleaning up a town, the people declare: "To Michael Recycle! The green-caped crusader, our super-green hero, the planet's new savior!"
This second collection of Eisner Award-nominated artist Ben Templesmith's Wormwood moves beyond the simply bizarre and into the sublime lunacy that is Lephrechaunia as Wormwood and his posse search for the Leprechaun Queen, the only being capable of lifting the terminal curse that our hero has contracted. But if rabid leprechauns and inter-dimensional travel isn't enough to get your head spinning, enter the Squidmen, a terrifying collective of "gatherers," hell bent on ingesting everything they can get their tentacles on!
The Sparrow hardcover art book series continues with this mini-showcase of stunning visual work by Sparrow founder Ashley Wood.
Series: TonoharuTonoharu: Part OneHardcoverLars Martinson9780980102321$19.95COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS May 01, 2008
Daniel Wells begins a new life as an assistant junior high school teacher in the rural Japanese village of Tonoharu. Isolated from those around him by cultural and language barriers, he leads a monastic existence, peppered only by his inept pursuit of the company of a fellow American who lives a couple towns over. But contrary to appearances, Dan isn't the only foreigner to call Tonoharu home. Across town, a group of wealthy European eccentrics are boarding in a one-time Buddhist temple, for reasons that remain obscure to their gossiping neighb... + Read More
April Kane has come to China and Terry Lee's life will never be the same! Milton Caniff's newspaper classic shifts into high gear with stories featuring the villainous Sanjak, the outrageous Singh-Singh, and the mysterious Hu Shee. This volume features the first appearance of pivotal character Raven Sherman. Containing over 100 lovingly-restored color Sunday pages and more than 700 total comic strips, The Complete Terry And The Pirates provides nonstop adventure, comedy, and romance, as IDW Publishing's Library of American Comics showcases the ... + Read More
Presenting the forth volume of IDW Publishing’s deluxe hardcover collection of Chester Gould’s timeless comic strip, Dick Tracy. Volume Four once again contains over 500 comic strips from the series’ early years, this time covering material that originally ran from July 1936 through January 1938. -The Library of American Comics is the world’s #1 publisher of classic newspaper comic strips, with 14 Eisner Award nominations and three wins for best book.
Series: That Salty AirPaperbackTim Sievert9781603090056$10.00COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS May 13, 2008
Hugh is a fisherman with a special relationship to the sea; a relationship based on respect and reverence. But when Hugh feels that the sea has betrayed him, his whole existence is thrown out of whack. Hell-bent on settling the score, Hugh takes his revenge to the extreme, jeopardizing not only himself, but his family in the process. Ultimately, That Salty Air is story about change, and learning the price for trifling with the natural progression of things.
A long-lost mystery surfaces only to become the pawn of a man bent on revenge and a threat to the Autobots! Optimus Prime has no choice but to gather the troops and order a hunt for the rest of the Dinobots!
Series: Delayed ReplaysPaperbackLiz Prince9781603090124$7.00COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS Jun 10, 2008
With this second collection of comic strips after the critically-acclaimed Will You Still Love Me If I Wet The Bed?, Liz Prince continues to explore the intimacy of the couple, while at the same time revealing snippets of her life as a young cartoonist. Sentimental and humorous, these little gems of chaotic relationships and life come off like the best of daily newspaper strips.
Just when Wormwood thought he could finally have that quiet drink without worrying about the world coming to an end, or a friend with a parasitic infection trying to kill him, The Brotherhood of the Calamari decide to crash the party. Since their last meeting, they've tracked him across the thousand million dimensional possibilities of existence — and this time the entire Squideeverse is with them! Wormwood is going to learn the hard way he can't keep running from his problems as his oldest foe now threatens his favorite watering hole, Earth, w... + Read More
Johnny Boo is the best little ghost in the whole world, because he's got Boo Power. This means that he can go "BOO" really loudly. His pet ghost, Squiggle, has Squiggle Power, which means that he can fly and do really fast loop-the-loops. Together they have the world's greatest ghost adventures! When the giant pink and yellow Ice Cream Monster bumbles into their lives, they go into a mad panic... until they discover that he's actually quite friendly.
Volume One of The Complete Little Orphan Annie contains more than 1,000 daily comics in nine complete stories, from the very first strip in August 1924 through October 1927. In the pages of "Will Tomorrow Ever Come?" readers will discover how Annie escapes the orphanage and is ultimately adopted by "Daddy;" how she finds that loveable mutt Sandy and rescues him from being tortured; how she meets the Silos, who become recurring characters throughout the series; how she joins the circus and first encounters Pee Wee the elephant; and how, broke an... + Read More
In Angel’s final television season, his world ended… but his story didn’t. Picking up where Season Five of the fan-favorite TV show left off, this first collection looks at who lived after that climactic battle, who died, and what happened to all of Los Angeles in its wake.
Noel Sickles, along with his lifelong friend, Milton Caniff, changed the face of comics in the 1930s, when they invented a new form of graphic storytelling. They moved away from the simple outline approach then popular, and created a chiaroscuro style that still influences comics artists today. Having blazed a trail through the comics world, Sickles left the medium in favor of a 40-year career as one of America’s most successful magazine illustrators. A regular at Life magazine, his work also appeared in Look, Reader’s Digest, National Geograph... + Read More
From the critically-acclaimed cartoonist behind Box Office Poison and Tricked comes the delightful 2 Cool 2 B 4Gotten, a story of second chances. Andy Wicks is a forty-something father of two who’s making one final attempt to quit smoking: hypnosis. He’s skeptical it will work, but is stunned to find that when he emerges from his trance, he’s fifteen years old — and it’s 1985! Is he doomed to relive the worst four years of his life or will this second go-round finally give him the answers he’s been missing all his life? If nothing else he’ll fi... + Read More
Series: YamPaperbackCorey Barba9781603090148$10.00JUVENILE FICTION Age (years) from 7 - 10Aug 05, 2008
Top Shelf is proud to present an all new, "silent" all-ages graphic novel series! Yam and his fun-loving friends live on the remote tropical island of Leche de la Luna, and are always getting mixed up in surreal adventures. Whether it's encountering cupcakes that spring to life, befriending potted flowers, or exploring the mysterious ruins on the island, this small boy in his hooded, footy pajamas always ends up having a blast with his friends. The debut graphic novel, simply titled Yam, is anchored by the full-length story "Toy with My Dreams,... + Read More
The Cosmic Collector is the second volume in the critically acclaimed, all-ages graphic novel series, Korgi. In this volume, things are not going too well in Korgi Hollow. While a mysterious hunter has trapped and clipped the wings off of many mollies, Ivy and Sprout search for answers in the surrounding woods… but they may be facing something that is totally out of this world!
See the art, read the story, ride the worm! Ben Templesmith collects all the notable art plus a large amount of unpublished ideas, sketches, and never-before-seen paintings from his cult classic, semi-regular, off-beat serial Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse.