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London 1942. The true horror wasn’t from the air or in the streets...it was underground. As German bombs pummel the city of London, the leaves of autumn begin to fall and so do the victims. A young boy's fascination with a local serial killer will plunge himself into a life-long obsession. The story of Autumn is a number of things: a coming of age story, a tale of revenge, a study in obsession, and a post war Gothic horror story. Set in and under London, the main characters are not the victims, the hero, or even the serial killer, but the dark underground labyrinth. After nine years of autumnal atrocities, James Turrell descends into the stygian abyss of the Underground, believing himself fully prepared and ready to confront the object of his obsession. But he isn’t…
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An action/adventure tale of the French Legionnaire soldier, Battron, "a man without a country", who is involved with the liberation of a freebooting French ship, the Martel, from a heavily guarded Vichy French port during World War II. The Allies want the ship destroyed; the Germans have sent serious resources and firepower to save it and keep it afloat. But a critical security leak in British intelligence could jeopardize not only the mission but Battron’s life. The key is the beautiful former mistress of the Martel’s captain, enlisted in the hope she can convince him to join the Free French movement with his ship.
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In 1828, two Irishmen named William Burke and William Hare murdered 16 people and disposed of the bodies to Dr Robert Knox at Edinburgh University for dissection, setting in motion a scandal that would rock the world's medical establishment. Writer Martin Conaghan and artist Will Pickering deliver a ghoulishly true story of of medicine, murder and money set at the height of Edinburgh's enlightenment. In addition to the full length comic story, the book is also fully annotated.. Introduction by Judge Dredd writer Alan Grant. Bonus gallery featuring Frank Quitely and Gary Erskine. Cover by Rian Hughes. Reviews of Burke & Hare. " a ghoulish, yet fascinating account of murder, history, medicine and greed." - Forbidden Planet, "A shadowy tale of greed and violence." - The List, "Well paced, beautifully illustrated and painstakingly researched." - Down the Tubes, "Brimming with murder, intrigue, cover-ups, conspiracies, and mystery" - Sci-Fi Pulse
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What if there really was a Garden of Eden - a place with a history before the first people we know of? A civilization cursed and banished underground for breaking their own commandment to live in balance with the Earth. When an evil coal operator discovers that the "sacred" carbon can burn forever, he will sacrifice the land and the people to extract the full deposit. When he awakens and releases a hell the surface world cannot imagine, the only thing that stands in the way of the ecological disaster, is a disgraced, ex-pro baseball pitcher and a community of courageous coal miners. "Danny Boyd’s Carbon combines three distinct genres- Lovecraftian gorefest, religious picture book and political allegory- to tell the story of our slow and conscious self-poisoning." - John Sayles, Director. "This graphic novel’s tale is a self-contained piece of world-building, loaded generously with imaginative flair and yet still grounded in reality like the wise Aesop born anew." - Richard Caldwell, Heavy Metal Magazine. "Boyd marries sci-fi monster flick ideas with Appalachian tragedy, showing us imaginative allegory and authentic profundity do not have to be mutually exclusive." - Chris Oxley, Ain't It Cool News
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A mysterious man in a mysterious city...a city of corruption…fueled by sin…and justice is independent of the laws. At the heart of the netherworld is the city of Inferno...a sprawling, endless mass made up of fragments of every earthly city that ever existed. Its inhabitants are the damned, the desperate...those whom redemption cannot touch. When John Travis is murdered, it is the Inferno that his spirit comes to. But it’s all a mistake...Travis’ killers were looking for someone else. Now Travis finds himself both pawn and prize in a game he doesn’t understand and the stakes include both his immortal soul and his memory of past life. Travis has his allies, of course, including the prophet Nostradamus and the woman Shule Borraial. Together they’re prepared to risk their own souls to get Travis back into the city in one piece. But why do they claim to have met Travis before? And why did someone have him killed? Inferno is more than the saga of a loner trying to make sense of a strange and terrifying world in which he is thrown into. It is the story of the city itself which seems to permeate its own evil life through the streets and all of its inhabitants. Can one man make a difference?
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The Inferno. It is a sprawling, endless mass made up of the fragments of every earthly city that ever existed. Its inhabitants are the damned, the desperate...those whom redemption cannot touch. It is a city that revels in its debauchery, where crime is the passion and sin is the fuel. It is a city of pain. It is a city where John Travis suddenly finds himself for sins committed before...but was it a mistake? See why Comic International calls Inferno "A work of genius on the dark fantasy genre."
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Murdered by an unknown assailant, John Travis finds himself in Inferno, a Hell not of fiery demons and satanic majesty, but an endless city seething with corruption, intrigue and despair. Yet death is the least of Travis’ problems; he is accused of being Jacomo Terence, dead 800 years and the first man to escape Hell and live his life again. Naturally, this did not sit well with the Infernal Powers, and so Travis finds himself at the centre of a vast power struggle and thrust into battle with Inferno’s seneschal, Lord Baal. The epic conclusion to the Inferno saga.
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A symphony of shadows...a symphony of shudders. Beyond the Carpathian Mountains, in the land called Transylvania, there lived a monster that preyed on men and fed on their blood. It then crossed the great sea, driven by a greater need than the bloodlust, to seek out a woman of great beauty and great power. Nosferatu is comic adaptation of F. W. Murnau’s classic silent film of life and undeath that was derived from Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. Painted and done in expressionistic style to match the original intent of the film, this graphic novel pays homage to the great film. Collects issues 1-2.
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Sinergy: Sin Eternal is a re-tooling of the immortal Dante's Inferno literary work where a man descends into Hell to witness the plight of the sinners doomed for eternity. The apprehensive traveler and his mysterious guide enter Hell to witness the fates of The Opportunits, the Virtuous Pagans, the Gluttons, as well as encounter some of the sentinent guardians of Hell. Each of the levels of Hell are drawn by different artists as a man begins a journey into Hell with no understanding of the reason why. "...A most distinguished and thought-provoking piece of work." - New Age Magazine.
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“Zombie Slayer”. As Tattoo begins to piece together the answers to the question of how to stop the onslaught of the zombies and why there are an increasing number of intelligent zombies. The search leads her to New Orleans, the city of the dead.
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