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When two strangers cast coins in a Central Park fountain, their dreams and desires become supernaturally intertwined. Cal wants fame and respect and Mary craves true love from her pro quarterback boyfriend, but destiny weaves a tangled fabric. From Mike Richardson (47 Ronin, Echoes) and Eisner Award winner Paul Chadwick (Concrete, The World Below) comes Best Wishes, a Woody Allen-esque tale of New York, meme madness, fame's price, and secrets of the heart.
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From the Eisner and Harvey award-winning creator of SNARKED and writer of the acclaimed comic series D4VE comes this humorous, absurd adventure tale about a family on the run. Daggum Criminy's peaceful life is suddenly interrupted as pirates invade his island, casting Criminy's family out as refugees into the wild unknown in search of a new home. Soon, the Criminys find themselves hopping from one strange locale to another, each with their own bizarre environment, people, and challenges; putting Daggum and fam in constant peril as they search for a new peaceful place to call home.
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Mages of Mystralia ties into the highly anticipated video game from Borealys Games and is written by Eisner-award nominee Brian Clevinger, with art by Carey Pietsch, and based on a story by Forgotten Realms (R) creator Ed Greenwood! When a deadly plague spreads through the kingdom of Mystralia and kills the reigning monarchs, an inexperienced young mage ascends the throne. Desperate for knowledge of the highest forms of magic and hungry for power, he becomes a bloodthirsty tyrant. His own four battle captains step up to oppose him, but will they stop him before he destroys the entire kingdom?
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Michael Hague is an American illustrator and writer, primarily of children's fantasy books. He has illustrated such classics such as The Wind in the Willows, The Wizard of Oz, The Hobbit and the stories of Hans Christian Andersen. He is renowned for the intricate and realistic detail he brings to his work, and the rich colors he chooses. A horrifyingly beautiful vampire story, this lavishly illustrated adventure starts on the streets of 1920s London and ends at the gates of Hell. Writer Jonathan Meeks is captivated by the story of Dracula. On a quest for immortality, to discover if there is truth at the heart of the vampire myth, Meeks discovers there is far more truth in fiction.
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From New York Times best-selling author Neil Gaiman and Eisner-award winning creator Mark Buckingham comes a graphic novel anthology of four essential fantasy stories. These dark and imaginative tales feature an odd and subtly linked world of bizarre venereal diseases, a creepy old woman who feasts on raw meat, a man obsessed with a skin model from a magazine, and a story within a story about ghosts. You wont want to miss this collection featuring comic adaptations of the short stories: Looking for the Girl, Foreign Parts, Closing Time, and Feeders and Eaters from the Hugo, Eisner, Newbery, Harvey, Bram Stoker, Locus, World Fantasy, and Nebula award-winning author Neil Gaiman!
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Cairo, 1933 The merciless Otto Von Sturm will do anything to reach his prize--deception, bribery, even murder--but 12-year-old Ronald "Rocket" Robinson, Nuri, and Screech may just outsmart him . . . if they can stay alive long enough. The Egyptian captial is a buzzing hive of treasure-hunters, thrill-seekers, and adventurers, but to Rocket Robinson, it's just another sticker on his well worn suitcase. The only son of an American diplomat, Rocket travels from city to city with his monkey Screech, never staying in one place long enough to call it home, but when Rocket finds a strange note written in Egyptian hieroglyphs, he stumbles into an adventure more incredible than anthing he's ever dreamt of. With the help of Screech and a new friend--a gypsy girl named Nuri--Rocket navigates the secret underworld of Cairo. Soon they run afoul of master criminal Otto Von Sturm, who's planning the theft of the greatest treasure in history--an ancient pharaoh's fortune, secretly hidden for centuries. In order to stop him, Rocket and Nuri will have to decode an ancient riddle, solve a cryptic puzzle, face hungry crocodiles, and navigate a centuries-old labyrinth full of traps--all while staying one step ahead of Otto's blood thirsty goons. Not to mention the ancient curse that guards the treasure.
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Paris, 1933 Rocket, Nuri, and Screech return in the second volume of the Rocket Robinson series. This time, they find themselves in the French capital, where a rare and mysterious painting from the middle ages has been stolen from the Louvre Museum--and Nuri's uncle is the prime suspect! The young adventurers are soon hot on the trail of the stolen artwork--a trail which leads to a pair hapless French thieves, a secret cabal of merciless German spies, a shadowy secret temple, and an ancient medieval castle! But this is no ordinary painting... the secret contained within may lead all the way to the most mysterious and sought-after treasure in history.
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From Guillermo del Toro, Universal Brand Development, and DreamWorks Animation Television comes a graphic novel with further adventures for teenage Jim Lake, Jr., and the trolls from Netflix's original series, Trollhunters! Trollhunters executive producer and writer, Marc Guggenheim, and How to Train Your Dragon graphic novel writer, Richard Hamilton, work alongside Trollhunterscreator and executive producer Guillermo del Toro to co-write this companion tale to the Emmy-winning Netflix series! When fifteen-year-old teenager Jim Lake, Jr., stumbled upon a magical amulet that gave him a powerful suit of armor and the title of Trollhunter--defender of the good trolls--he began a journey that no human had ever taken. With his friends he has been discovering the mysteries of the Trolls that live beneath his hometown. The secrets of the great troll warriors of the past are crucial tools for the new Trollhunter, and the time has come for Jim to appreciate the battles of Kanjigar the Courageous, who through his own struggles, triumphs, and failures lead the trolls after the Battle of Killahead Bridge through unknown territory, across oceans and continents, and past fearsome foes! With his friends by his side, Jim continues the fight against the Gumm-Gumms and their allies!
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From Guillermo del Toro and DreamWorks Animation's Emmy (R) Award-winning Netflix series, comes a graphic novel with another quest for teenage Jim Lake, Jr., and his friends--human and Troll! The title of Trollhunter weighs heavy on the shoulders of Jim Lake, Jr.--as does his new title of "boyfriend"--and it has lead him to a crisis of identity. To help the young man grasp who he is, the Trolls, Vendel, Blinky, and AAARRRGGHH!!!, and his best friend, Toby, look at the adventures and misadventures of six previous Trollhunters during times when they, too, questioned themselves. Through their stories Jim discovers how Trollhunters Deya the Deliverer and Kanjigar the Courageous--and others--used their different attributes to be the best they could be . . . And how he can try to do the same. Writer Richard Ashley Hamilton (How to Train Your Dragon: The Serpent's Heir) expands on the world of the Trollhunters along with Timothy Green II (Avengers Academy), Joe Silver (Animal Man), Omar Lozano (Ultra Duck), Wes Dzioba (Serenity), and Edgar Delgado (Ultra Duck)!
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