Category Comics

Star Hawks Volume Two: 1978-1979

This second of three volumes reprints more than 300 strips in a unique two-tier format, seven days a week. The Library of American Comics edition reproduces each strip on its own page so readers can relish Gil Kane’s incredible achievement.…

Treasures Retold: The Lost Art of Alex Toth

A blockbuster collection of rare and little seen stories and artwork by the legendary Alex Toth. Included are complete stories from the 1950s and beyond, recently discovered color animation storyboards and presentation drawings, sketches and doodles, industrial comics, and individual…

Bob Morane Resurrection V2: The Village That Didn’t Exist

The all-new Bob Morane continues, following the heroic soldier into enemy territory. With his friend wounded, he’s forced to seek aid in the village of Zamosho, the base of the terrorist organization Wal Jihad. His humanitarian operations to bring education…

Bob Morane Resurrection V1: Rare Earth

Bob Morane is back! This thrilling reboot from Lombard reintroduces the heroic soldier and all his classic associates in a new, present-day world. The whip-smart, physically skilled, and drop-dead gorgeous Morane has volunteered for a peacekeeping mission to Nigeria, where…

The Complete Little Orphan Annie Volume One: 1924-1927

The Complete Little Orphan Annie is the second series to be released under IDW’s The Library of American Comics imprint, edited and designed by Dean Mullaney.  Volume One will contain more than 1,000 daily comics in nine complete stories, from the very…

Undertaker V2: The Dance of the Vultures

Undertaker Jonas Crow, along with the English governess Rose and her Chinese maid Lin, have to get the gold-filled corps of old Mr. Cusco back to the mining vein they call ‘Red Chance’. They have three days. Three days, a…

Star Wars The Classic Newspaper Comics Vol 2

Al Williamson on early 1980s Star Wars? Absolutely! After consuming Volume 1 and enjoying the stories and what new elements were brought to the pre-Empire days I was hungry for the next volume. After cracking it open and giving it a quick…

The George Herriman Library: Krazy & Ignatz 1916-1918

For nearly 30 years, George Herriman’s hilarious, poetic masterpiece Krazy Kat graced the Sunday pages of America’s newspapers. Featuring the love triangle of “kat,” “mice,” and “pupp,” each of Herriman’s pages is a work of transcendent art, crackling with verbal wit and…

Comanche V.1: Red Dust

A lone cowboy rides into town and all hell breaks loose… Sound familiar? Here is yet another take on the beloved Wild West trope, complete with corrupt law enforcement officers, a town drunk, guns for hire, a brave young woman…