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"A boy's imagination is unleashed in Lio's Astonishing Tales: From the Haunted Crypt of Unknown Horrors. The 2009 National Cartoonists Award for Best Newspaper Comic Strip, Lio is unique in its pantomime content and drawing style. This treasury includes creator commentary and origins of Lio. It's slightly dark and terribly funny. Lio, the main character, a young boy with an imagination that has no limit, explores everything kid. From bumps in the night to things hiding under the bed, readers get an inside look at different shades of humor but always come out the other end unscathed and laughing. "Lio is brilliant!" -Dallas Morning News"
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"This strip offers a fresh outlook and appeals to everyone . . . LIO is a comic strip that's edgy, funny, visually stunning, and truly different." -Daily Cartoonist With a feature film in the works from producer David Kirschner (Child's Play, An American Tail), LIO deftly melds the macabre with its brand of dark humor. Having been distinguished by Variety as "a fast riser," Mark Tatulli's morbidly mirthful pantomime comic strip, LIO, is humorously astute and just slightly askew in its perception of the world. Centered around an odd, ghostly-pale child named LIO, and his creepy coterie of friends, including a giant squid named Ishmael and a scythe-carrying grim reaper, LIO; is influenced by cartooning greats Gahan Wilson, Charles Addams, and 19th-century satirist A. J. Volck. "
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"LIO is brilliant! In this post-Calvin and Hobbes and post-Far Side world, this is the brass ring for cool!"-Dallas Morning News * LIO is a pantomime strip featuring a curious young boy whose daydreams embark from reality destined for the dark chasm where wit and sarcasm collide. Drawn in the age-old style of pantomime strips, LIO offers a decidedly new and edgy twist to the wordless comic format. That's right, LIO is so crafty it doesn't need word balloons, dialogue boxes, or clever captions. Mark Tatulli's cartoon also employs a unique drawing style influenced by cartooning greats Gahan Wilson, Charles Addams, and 19th-century satirist A. J. Volck. * In describing his strip, Tatulli explains he was eager "to bring something truly different to the comics pages . . . something to appeal to all ages, drawn in pictures only. To tell a story without text, while updating the pantomime concept with a modern audience in mind." * The result is a mind-bendingly humorous and astute journey into the darkly detailed world of young LiO-where a spit wad can put a school bus out of commission faster than a spider can hamper the efforts of the U.S. Postal Service."
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Through the age-old style of pantomime strips, Tatulli's Lio offers a decidedly new and edgy twist to the wordless comic format. That's right-Lio is so crafty it doesn't need word balloons, dialogue boxes, or copious captions. Employing a unique drawing style influenced by cartooning greats Gahan Wilson, Charles Addams, and 19th-century satirist A. J. Volck, Tatulli's cartoon creation is completely nonsyllabic but dramatic nonetheless, and was awarded as 2009's Best Newspaper Comic Strip by the National Cartoonists Society. The result of Tatulli's creativity is a mind-bending, comical, and astute journey into the darkly detailed world of spiky-haired Lio, a curious young scientist and comic book fan whose daydreams embark from the dark chasm where wit and sarcasm collide. Defender of the defenseless and the inventor of a legion of zombie bunnies, Lio is joined in his day-to-day exploits by his exasperated and sleep-deprived father, a pet snake named Frank, a squid named Ishmael, and various imaginary robots and creepy, crawly monsters. Within this humorously macabre framework of sarcasm, parody, and high jinx, sidesplitting laughter abounds-all without so much as a word.
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"... Mark Tatulli's Lio isn't just a charmingly macabre strip about a creepy little boy who dabbles in the occult; it's also a daily demonstration of how a skilled artist can express sometimes complicated comedic ideas without any dialogue. . . ."— A.V. Club, The Onion Lio is a small boy with a penchant for befriending squids, monsters, and aliens. He's a curious scientist, a comic-book fan, defender of the defenseless, and creator of an army of zombie bunnies. All without saying a word. Zombies Need Love Too is Lio's fifth book with AMP.
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Double the action in this special edition of the "Lou Ferrigno: Liberator". Featuring both issues of the awards winning mini series. Ed Migliocetti (Lou Ferrigno) has served his country. When the endless war began, he put aside his football career to sign up for the military. And when the powers-that-be drafted him into the Enhanced Abilities Initiative, he became known as The Liberator. Teamed with a group of “supers” – Sidewinder, Gaia and Volt – Liberator represented the best of America. Or so he thought. He soon found himself doing the government’s dirty work – assassinations, regime change, infrastructure sabotage. Through it all, Ed followed orders. He was a good soldier. Featuring Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk,) Michael Dorn (Worf from Star Trek,) Peta Wilson (La Femme Nikita) and Ed Asner (Up.)
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The world of Lio is filled with the extraordinary—monsters under the bed, wild reptile pets, robot inventions, weird science—but it’s all commonplace for this most uncommon young man. Mark Tatulli renders this pantomime strip in pen-and-ink style, giving the artwork a dark, spidery feel to match the strip’s dark humor. Lio explores the twisted realm of a kid’s imagination—at once bizarre, creepy, and fun. Now, in this collection edited specially for kids, Lio is available to his most dedicated fans.
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Turns out blowing the whistle aginst your former employer -- the US government -- may not be the healthiest move after all for the disgraced ex-superhero known as The Liberator. Bluewater Comics' LOU FERRIGNO: LIBERATOR #2 concludes the thrilling story of the once idolized icon of America -- the manufactured superhero called the Liberator -- who risks everything to finally really fight for truth and justice. Featuring Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk,) Michael Dorn (Worf from Star Trek,) Peta Wilson (La Femme Nikita) and Ed Asner (Up.)
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A curious young scientist and comic book fan, Lio is the defender of the defenseless and the inventor of a legion of zombie bunnies. Lio is joined in his day-to-day exploits by his exasperated and sleep-deprived father, a pet snake named Frank, a squid named Ishmael, and various imaginary robots and creepy, crawly monsters. Within this humorously macabre framework of sarcasm, parody, and high jinks, sidesplitting laughter abounds—all without so much as a word.
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LOU FERRIGNO: LIBERATOR stars the world famous Original Hulk actor returning to superheroics. Col. Ed Migliocetti -- AKA Liberator -- was a former superhero in the employ of the US government. But when a black op went south, Ed kept his mouth shut and took the fall. Now, he's lost everything. Desperate to get his life back on the rails and win back the love of his estranged daughter, it's time for the truth to come out. Based on the award-winning short film from Coverage Ink Films and featuring the likenesses of Peta Wilson (La Femme Nikita,) Michael Dorn (Star Trek,) Don "The Dragon" Wilson (Bloodfist) and Ed Asner (Up.)
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A special look behind the scenes of the award-winning film and comic book "LOU FERRIGNO: LIBERATOR" Ferrigno stars the world famous Original Hulk actor returning to superheroics. Col. Ed Migliocetti - AKA Liberator - was a former superhero in the employ of the US government. But when a black op went south, Ed kept his mouth shut and took the fall. Now, he's lost everything. Desperate to get his life back on the rails and win back the love of his estranged daughter,Based on the short film from Coverage Ink Films and also featuring Peta Wilson (La Femme Nikita,) and Michael Dorn (Star Trek).
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Distinguished by Variety as "a fast riser," Mark Tatulli's morbidly mirthful comic strip Lio proves that happiness is indeed a modified Snuggie for you and your favorite eight-armed cephalopod. Reheated Lio, the fourth Lio cartoon collection, includes 40 weeks of color Sunday strips as well as black-and-white daily strips. Drawn in the style of cartooning greats Gahan Wilson, Charles Addams, and 19th-century satirist A. J. Volck, Lio is a pantomime strip that tells its story without any dialogue or cartoon captions. Fans of Lio recognize the spiky-haired ghostly pale youngster as a curious scientist, a comic-book fan, the defender of the defenseless, and the creator of a legion of zombie bunnies, flanked by his creepy coterie of friends, including giant squid Ishmael and the scythe-carrying grim reaper. Inside Reheated Lio, readers learn how Mr. Sneaky's Jokes and Gags can make archery practice more fun, along with the many uses of spiders-including their essential roles in Girl Scout cookie procurement and as a quality pizza condiment. Cozy up to your favorite Snuggied cephalopod with Reheated Lio."
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The back story of Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd finally revealed in this special one-shot! Jeff Byrd and Alanna Wolff are first-year students at Kings County Law School. They meet in Professor Bainbridge's property law class. Jeff invites Alanna to join his study group, where she tells everyone that the field of law she wants to specialize in is-the supernatural ("Hey, somebody's got to defend them!"). When Professor Bainbridge takes on a client being sued over selling a "haunted" house, he asks Alanna to be one of the students on his team (since he's learned that her father is a judge). The students find out that the property is indeed haunted, by ghostly couple Ned and Noel Thorne. The professor uses the information to present his case. Although Wolff & Byrd part ways from law school, they eventually work together again on a case, which results in Byrd joining Wolff's firm. And as the firm gain notoriety in handling supernatural clients, Professor Bainbridge must endure questions from students who know he was W&B's teacher. We then cut to the present day, and suddenly Professor Bainbridge has need of Wolff & Byrd's services.
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Stan's Back for more! Finally, the definitive illustrated bio of the controversial creator who reinvented the comic biz, Smilin' Stan Lee. This detailed critical overview of Lee's life and career unflinchingly deals with still-open questions about who really "created" Marvel's best known characters; scripter Lee, or illustrators like Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, who've disputed their former boss' recollections as to who deserves the most credit, not to mention compensation, the bulk of both having long since been claimed by Stan Lee. Written by pop culture historian and San Diego Reader columnist Jay Allen Sanford, this visual history of Marvel's eventual empire is bound to institute much discussion, and possibly contention, in both the comic industry and mainstream trade press.
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Lee, living in Hong Kong, meets Matt, a fine young Scot. Their relationship becomes stronger by the day, despite their deep cultural differences. But there is Lee's dad to contend with who views this affair very suspiciously. And there is another contender for Lee's heart, a young Chinese man, whose jealousy takes on twinges of xenophobia. Will Lee and Matt's relationship successfully cross the cultural divide and overcome the negative odds?
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Is he Jesus? Is he Robert E. Lee? Is he both? Jesus E. Lee, fights to defend Richmond, VA from the evil onslaught of Angel Eyes. Witness the miraculous and more with the modern-retro thrillride that is, JESUS E. LEE #1!
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This special edition shows never before seen character designs and pin-ups. Is he Jesus? Is he Robert E. Lee? Is he both? Jesus E. Lee fights to defend Richmond, VA from the evil onslaught of Angel Eyes. Witness the miraculous and more with the modern-retro thrillride that is, JESUS E. LEE.
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Actor, Teacher, Philosopher, Icon. These are just a few of the words that describe the most influential martial artist of all time: Bruce Lee. Immortal Dragon: Bruce Lee follows Bruce's life from his infancy starting out as a child actor to his tragic death and posthumous superstardom.
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A legendary hero in a sci-fi dystopian future must fight to protect a symbol of hope for humanity and an alien race before a tribe of invaders can destroy it . . . En route to rescue an old friend from an abandoned outpost, Bridget Lee is dragged back to the battlefield where her husband died. There, she discovers the plans of the alien race known as the Kra'kuu to unite and rise up behind a new figure, but will it be enough to fend off the merciless Marauders when the time comes? Ethan Young, the acclaimed writer and artist of the award-winning Nanjing: The Burning City, continues the saga of the battle-hardened hero Bridget Lee.
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World's Ending! Volume One of Jesus E. Lee, by Nick Justus & Jon Carroll, showcasing all of the art in it's luscious inked black and white glory! Straight up retro superhero soul food! Included are the first four issues, the infamous Dick Fistus Tijuana Bible, concept drawings, and pinups galore! Jesus? No... Jesus E. Lee!
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While in Los Angeles, Wolff & Byrd are asked by old college friend Reuben Chaver to serve as co-counsel in a case involving a haunted house. They are representing Cindy Schneider, a realtor who sold an expensive old Hollywood mansion to nouveau riche movie producers Frank Furlan and Gill Paggio, whose big success is the low-budget slasher film Flayed. The two men are alleging that Cindy misrepresented the house as being haunted by movie great Bennett Shawn, who originally owned the house and had died in it back in 1953. They say there is indeed a ghost, but it’s not Shawn, and they feel ripped off. Interspersed in the issue are four different representations of “Wolff & Byrd: The Movie,” all based on true pitches Batton received from Hollywood executives. Note: The movie sequences were drawn by Russell Calabrese, Trevor Nielson, and Melissa Uran. Pinup art was provided by Bill Galvan, Pat Lewis, Dave Garcia, and Mark Wheatley.
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Fifth-generation vampire Christopher Leach has become a Hollywood celebrity, as he is in talks with Quagmire Pictures to star in his own biopic. Wolff & Byrd are in Los Angeles to negotiate his contract, and they are worried about the naivety of their client. Chris takes young starlet Amber out to a swanky place for dinner, where he receives a cryptic warning from a mysterious waiter. When Amber’s body is found in the ladies’ room with two puncture wounds to the neck, Chris panics and flees the scene by stealing a car from the valet. What follows is a slow-speed police chase on L.A. freeways, a showdown at a cemetery, and a Hollywood ending! Note: This issue contains pinups by Jeff Harris, S. S. Crompton, Brian Clopper, and Russ Maharas, and a photo of Forry Ackerman reading Supernatural Law.
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Face your fear--save the planet! There is no longer a generation that remembers a time before the Marauders invaded Earth. Bridget Lee, an ex-combat medic now residing at the outpost Farfall, may be the world's last hope. But Bridget will need to overcome her own fears before she can save her people. Her legend begins here. * Acclaimed Nanjing: The Burning City artist/writer Ethan Young creates a sci-fi series! * Ethan Young won a 2007 Independent Publishers Book Award for Best Graphic Novel for Tails.
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First Amendment issues come to the fore in an unusual way in "The Works Speak for Themselves." Alanna Wolff and Jeff Byrd are called in when works of art begin to talk, make chit-chat, and sound off! This issue was produced to support the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. Note: This issue contains the first appearance of Desmond, the new receptionist, in a regular issue of Supernatural Law. Pinup art by Rick Geary, Roger Langridge, Stephen Notley, Christina “Smudge” Hanson, and Shaenon Garrity/Andrew Farago was donated to the CLBDF.
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Published in honor of the 15th anniversary of Exhibit A Press and the 30th anniversary of Wolff & Byrd, this book contains samples of material from all the series' incarnations: the original weekly newspaper strip that appeared in The National Law Journal, the one-page magazine stories, the comic book stories, and the webcomic--including a previously unpublished five-page Mavis comic book story. One of the rarities included is a Wolff & Byrd story drawn by Batton and inked by Steve Ditko that appeared in Topps Comics' "Satan's Six."
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