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Peace Pet Rental's Lag is a robotic dog. He can be pretty slow at times and can't perform tasks aside from those written in his program, but despite all this, he's everyone's favorite dog. Soon, however, he is tackling people's problems in ways not included in his program, and it seems almost miraculous... Something mysterious has awakened within his heart even though he's supposed to be a machine with no emotions. What is Lag's true nature? For those lost in despair and sorrow and those with wounded hearts comes this healing tale of love, kindness, and sacrifice.
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Berkeley Breathed, the mad genius who boggled and bewildered us with Bloom County, is back! Soon after retiring Bloom County-and at the peak of its popularity-Breathed returned with an all-new Sunday only newspaper strip: OUTLAND. Debuting just four weeks after the final Bloom County was published, and with many of the same cast members, Outland continues on in the same traditions set forth by its forebears-ranging from delightful whimsy to raging satire! This volume contains every Outland strip published, some never before collected in book form, and nearly all have been scanned from the original art, provided by breathed from his personal archives. More than 280 Sunday pages, all in fully re-mastered color, from September 3, 1989 through March 26, 1995. As an added bonus, this volume will have a selection of the extremely rare Academia Waltz, the college strip Breathed did as a precursor to Bloom County!
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The Belcher Family proudly celebrates this year's Free Comic Book Day event with three wild and zany adventures featuring those lovable scamps Tina, Gene, and Louise, plus guest stars Bob, Linda, and all your favorites from Bob's Burgers! It's the official Bob's Burgers comic book based on the fan-favorite (and Emmy Award-winning) Fox animated sitcom, jam-packed with the mouth-watering flavor that longtime fans and curious newcomers can enjoy!
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Captain Excelsior is having a bad... life. His ex-wife, Mrs. Mind, is marrying a mortal. His eldest son, Kid Liberty, is struggling with his sexual identity. His daughter, Tesla Curl, can't get a date to the prom. And, his mortal middle child... what's-his-name... is, well, mortal. Over the course of a very long day and a half, Captain Excelsior attempts to fix his daughter's problems, work out things with the son he cares about, and do whatever he can to prevent Mrs. Mind (soon to be Mrs. Mind-Meriweather) from being happy without him.
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From the producers of Napoleon Dynamite and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart! A group of high school outcasts, each alienated for a different reason, are thrown together as the staff of the school paper. But these kids just happen to live in Creepsville: a small retro-American town where monsters, humans, aliens, superheroes, robots, and mad scientists all live and work together.
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No matter what anyone else says, this man is the king of Late Night. He's a human trick and a pet trick rolled into one. He's been a comic book character before and he's even gotten pretty close to making a long-time enemy out of one creator in particular. But seriously, he's David Letterman. And you should love him just as much as we do. See why in the pages here!
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"Korean Rapper PSY-. Thanks to YouTube, he became a global star over night in his mid-thirties with only one hit song ""Gangnam Style"" the lyric of which is out of the ordinary and wacky ""Horse Riding Dance"". PSY is a man of stubby build, not handsome and his stage costumes are unusual to say the least. So it can be confusing whether he is a singer or a comedian. But then what’s the appeal of him? It is his success story which is going to tell the readers the right answer. Plus, the readers can learn How to do ""Horse Riding Dance"" from PSY in the comic exactingly."
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After years of entertaining the masses with his popular cartoons, Bluewater Productions turns the tables by making Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane the subject of it’s latest biography comic book. Fame: Seth MacFarlane is written by Michael Troy with art by Gabriel Evangelista. Follow the life of Seth MacFarlane from his youth to the meteoric rise of the cartoon king that almost wasn't.
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Tyler Perry is known to all as actor, director, screenwriter, playwright, producer, author, and songwriter. Now for the first time will be a comic book character!
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Writers and Artists: Frank Forte, Steve Mannion, Dwayne Harris , Jason Paulos, Nenad Gucunja, Szymon Kudranski, Elizabeth J. Musgrave, Bryan Baugh, Mike Vosburg, Pete Ventrella A great way to introduce Fearless Dawn and Asylum Press to retailers and fans. Featuring a sampling on new and upcoming comics. Fearless Dawn:In Outer Space features Steve Mannion's bodacious bad girl is back in this superbly drawn comic book masterpiece! In this issue, Fearless Dawn's arch nemesis Helga Von Krause is at it again, this time planning an attack from Outer Space. Of course, no one believes Fearless Dawn when she predicts the attack, so our gal has to do it all alone... again! Will Fearless Dawn save planet Earth? Retro-Rockets, Muscle-Bound Monsters, Babes and Machine-Guns litter the sequential landscape in this latest offering from The Maestro. Black Powder #3, a bloody frontier adventure, by Dwayne Harris, can be described as a "Buckskin Apocalypse Now". Mike Vosburg Delivers the sexy occult heroine Lori Lovecraft. We also preview Farmhouse #4 by Musgrave and Kudranski. We peek into the fan fave horror anthology EEEK! #9 by Jason Paulos. Experience the gothic horror that is Wulf and Batsy by Bryan Baugh. Retrowood, by Mike Vosburg, is a neo-noir tale in a grim alternate reality of Tinsel Town. Also a preview of the latest Zombie Terrors and the upcoming Undead Evil. 48 pgs, PC
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  • Ghostbusters: Con-Volution
  • Publisher: IDW
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  • Digital Release Date:
    July 13th, 2010
  • Language: English
  • Rated Teen/Young Adults (ages 13+)
What can be more patriotic than spending the Fourth of July at... a comic book convention? That's Ray's thinking at least, although his fellow Ghostbusters think they're in for a boring day of cosplay. But when a dastardly demon with delusions of grandeur unleashes the fireworks, the Ghostbusters must stage a revolution of their own! Written by Keith Dallas (Omega Chase) and Jim Beard (Star Wars), with art by fan-favorite artist, Josh Howard (Dead@17).
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When a media mogul seeks out the Ghostbusters to fix his haunted mansion, the guys decline, assuming it's a Halloween-themed publicity stunt. However, Janine, angry about her pay, takes the job, claiming she knows as much about ghostbusting as the guys do. She's soon in over her head, and the Ghostbusters have to race against time to save her before she's yanked over to the other side forever.
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Western/horror series Graveslinger, collected here for the first time, garnered rave reviews, and a Hollywood option on its initial release. Written by veteran storyteller and artist Shannon Eric Denton and novelist writer Jeff Mariotte, Graveslinger features horror, humor and a sense of macabre fun, along with the widescreen feel of everybody's favorite Western epics.
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The adaptation of the hit science fiction/comedy film of the summer Iron Sky follows the fate of Nazis who fled to the moon in 1945, and return in 2018 to conquer the Earth with their armada of flying saucers. With tongue firmly in cheek, the story parodies both the Nazis and more recent political parties and figures, with no holds barred. With special effects and a climactic ending only the Third Reich could deliver, Iron Sky is an action packed ride from start to finish.
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Kevin Keller is certainly getting popular-he’s gone from new kid in town to class president! He might be settling in well enough, but there are still things that are very new to him. From his first car to first love triangle, Kevin has plenty of new experiences ahead of him! Buckle up and join him on the wild ride through high school in Kevin Keller 2: Drive Me Crazy. This graphic novel collects issues #5-8 of the Kevin Keller comic book series, featuring the hard-to-find #5 issue guest-starring Star Trek (and the internet’s) own George Takei! Oh my!
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Lifelike is a diverse collection of slice-of-life stories...and beyond. Each vignette, illustrated by a different artist, presents a glimpse into distinct corners of the world outside our window. Not limited to the cliched autobiographical tales so often associated with the genre, the tales in this collection range from noir crime and love stories to war memoirs and humorous conversation pieces. A multicultural, multiethnic cast of characters infuses the book with a realism often missing from today's comics. Lifelike features the work of 11 talented artists from 3 different countries, and an introduction by award-winning cartoonist Derf.
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Lifelike is a diverse collection of slice-of-life stories...and beyond. Each vignette, illustrated by a different artist, presents a glimpse into distinct corners of the world outside our window. Not limited to the cliched autobiographical tales so often associated with the genre, the tales in this collection range from noir crime and love stories to war memoirs and humorous conversation pieces. A multicultural, multiethnic cast of characters infuses the book with a realism often missing from today's comics. Lifelike features the work of 11 talented artists from 3 different countries, and an introduction by award-winning cartoonist Derf.
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Behold three classic tales of literary genius filtered through the cracked lens of the Mars Attacks universe! Herman Melville comes face-to-face with a Martian in a twisted take on Moby Dick! Mars High Command has in its sights a serum that brings out the worst in humanity in a transformative version of Jekyll & Hyde! A shipwrecked Martian finds himself marooned on a lonely island on planet Earth in a send-up of Robinson Crusoe!
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From Stephen Lindsay, the creator of Jesus Hates Zombies and Lincoln Hates Werewolves comes Massive Awesome! - The story of best friends, Commando Bacon and Zombie Pickle, as they try to unravel the mystery of who is attempting to destroy their lives. Ninjas, Giant Robots, Shadowy Government Figures, Scottish Luchadors and insatiable appetites for DESTRUCTION are but a few things standing in their way! Featuring an all new, never before seen FULL COLOR one shot of Jesus Hates Zombies.
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The once-quiet town of Transylvania, Kentucky is under attack from Cadillacula, an evil vampire-car that sucks the gas out of other vehicles! The more victims he claims, the more powerful he gets. Genius mechanic Vic Frankenstein has a solution: build a monster to fight a monster. Vic and his android assistant iGOR (interactive Garage Operations Robot) assemble a giant truck from the pieces of the town's fallen vehicles. Frankenride is born, and the battle between good and evil hits the road!
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Alfredo, a recovering felon turned working stiff, resides in Lower Scabo where working-class people live under the tyranny of the evil Cannibals Motorcycle Gang. After being beaten and left for dead by the gang, Alfredo decides to recruit a group of graffiti writers to instigate a war between the riff-raff of Lower Scabo and their neighbors in the well-to-do community of Northview. In doing so, Alfredo transforms from a two-bit perp into an iconic rebel, determined to free Lower Scabo from the control of those seeking power. An over-the-top, dark comedy pitching biker gangs against clean-cut, real estate developers and, in the middle, an unlikely hero stirring the pot in the hope of saving his neighborhood. 120 pages, FC
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More Mundane began one late September morning with a tiny sketchbook and an impulse. Noah Van Sciver then proceeded to transform the struggles and victories of daily life into a series of quietly poignant revelations interspersed with comedy. More Mundane was originally printed by the author in an exclusive 100-copy run, and will not be printed again. This digital edition is the only format available.
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Welcome to the world of the Horse-He, middle-aged men who share an unusual devotion to My Little Phoney. Though the line of sparkley and adorable horses was made for young girls, nothing stops the Horse-Hes from adopting this lifestyle. When a dispute ignites over which clan of Horse-Hes are truest to the Horsey creator's original vision, the game of one-upmanship gets bizarre, and apocalyptic. Now, the Horse-Hes must travel the barren wasteland to discover who the truest Horse-He is.
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Acclaimed author James Davidge collaborates with a brilliant group of artists to create a collection of playfully absurd tales that addresses various social issues with heart, humor and woe. Featuring two stories with illustrations by Eisner nominated and Shuster Award winning artist Fiona Staples (SAGA, Mystery Society). 96 pages.
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Acclaimed author James Davidge collaborates with a brilliant group of artists to create a collection of playfully absurd tales that addresses various social issues with heart, humor and woe. This preview features one of two stories with illustrations by Eisner nominated and Shuster Award winning artist Fiona Staples (SAGA, Mystery Society).
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He changed the face and tone of radio for a raw, edgier generation and then set his sites on TV, movies, books and satellite broadcasting. Howard Stern, the pioneering "shock jock" and self-proclaimed "King of All Media" was selected as the first subject to be featured in Bluewater Productions' latest biography comic title "Orbit."
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What do you get when you match up Jon Stewart, the most watched and most liberal comedic host verses Bill O'Reilly, the conservative, brash host of the most watched opinion show on cable television? A Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots battle for the ages! To prepare for their much anticipated October 6th pay-per-view Internet debate, learn all there is to know about funny man Jon Stewart and the exuberant, one-of-a-kind Fox host Bill O’Reilly in “Political Power: O’Reilly Stewart 2012.”
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Here is a man, who states he is more comedian than political satirist, acknowledge a great tragedy the day it happens, and with wounds still fresh, manages to get people to wipe away their tears and smile, and even laugh.
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Based off the hit tours arranged by Pop Japan Travel, explore the streets of Tokyo and experience Japanese pop culture in this new manga. T.M. Revolution makes a guest appearance along with a couple of yakuza in this whirlwind tour of Japan. This travel guide includes tips and maps to experience the best in pop culture that Japan has to offer.
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BASED ON The Screenplay Script Written BY RICHARD ROTHSTEIN STORY BY Stanley Resnicoff Graphic Novel Written by ERIC HUTCHINS and MATT ANDERSON Cosmo Niditch doesn't want to follow in his father's footsteps and become a military man. No, he dreams of becoming a great clown in the Cyrus Brothers Intergalactic Travelling Space Circus. But running away to thecircus is only the beginning of the adventure that will take him across the galaxy, to Earth, in search of the legendary Flying Berrendo Brothers.
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Lord Algernon Sloughshire has been found dead! The only clue to what caused the murder was a single strand of spaghetti found tied around his lordship's neck. Luckily there's only one person oblivious enough to "solve" this case, none other than the DETECTIVE INSPECTOR!
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Roland falls ill for several days, but wakes to a lovely surprise. Not only does he feel better, but he has a handsome new butler waiting on his every need. Roland can’t help but fall in love, and the young Eric can’t help but give in to his master. As Roland continues to recover, he begins to doubt himself and Eric’s affection. Is it genuine, or just part of his job? And when Roland’s wayward wife returns to the estate, will Eric have learn his place as a servant? Or if it is love…can it conquer class, age, and even another marriage?
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Welcome to The Domain. A place where public domain superheroes and villains spend their time relaxing with a hot cup of coffee. Of course, now retired, they spend their time telling stories of heroism (or villainy) of the past.
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Life doesn’t always go as planned. High school sophomore and star catcher Itoshima devoted every fiber of his being to baseball, only to have the cruel mistress that is fate rip his one love in life away from him, due to an irrecoverable injury. Freshman Saitozaki never dreamt that his beginning days of high school, what should be the prime of his youth, would consist of battling incompetent bus schedules, unsympathetic teachers, and punishments that put his very life at risk. He also never imagined having these strange new feelings that have arisen ever since Itoshima crossed his path in his time of need. Is fate playing another harsh trick on this hapless duo, or will Saitozaki and Itoshima take destiny into their own hands and rediscover how to laugh and love? Translated by Brittany Sweet; Edited by Kristina Potts; Lettered by Mia Chiresa
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About her career, Carrie Frances Fisher once said, "There is no point at which you can say, 'Well, I'm successful now. I might as well take a nap.'" Despite her well-documented struggle with addiction and bipolar disorder, Fisher managed to remain a powerful and relevant force in the arts. Known for her role as Princess Leia Organa in Star Wars and her humorous and acerbic writing, Fisher passed away on December 27, 2016 at the age of 60. Her death left millions of fans grieving, including her mother, Debbie Reynolds, 84, who died a day later. Fisher's story is both frustrating and touching.
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George Carlin’s cynical bite, envelope–pushing humor and love affair for language influenced practically every comedian for the past two generations and his legacy, illustrated in an upcoming Bluewater Productions biography comic on his life, firmly places him as one of the faces on the Mount Rushmore of comedy
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The ground breaking comedy troupe that changed comedy forever is now immortalized in comic book form. Its....Comics: Monty Python's Flying Circus, follows the group from it's members various beginnings on the college stage to their pioneering television show, movies, breakup and their triumphant reformation.
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Sam Kinison was the most controversial comedian of his time, earning the ire of his critics and respect of his peers. Comics: Sam Kinison: Explores his rise from his humble roots as a preacher, to the excesses of his life as a Rock and Roll Comedian and his tragic death.
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The legendary physical farce and extreme slapstick of Moe, Larry and Curly are the subject of this issue of "COMICS," a biography series about stand-up comics, sitcom stars & comedians who have made a huge impact on popular culture. From Moe Howard's childhood acting days during the dawn of the film industry to the very last Curly and beyond, Bluewater Productions recounts the history of one of the funniest and longest running troupes in comedy history.
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  • Warlord of Io #1
  • Publisher: SLG Publishing
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  • Digital Release Date:
    June 21st, 2011
  • Language: English
  • Rated Teen/Young Adults (ages 13+)
Emperor Zoz of Io has retired, leaving his slacker son Zing in charge of the Ion Empire. After initiating sweeping social reforms to impress his friend, Moxy Comet, Zing upsets the army by cutting the military budget to pay for them. Can one slacker prince get up off his ass long enough to save the galaxy?!
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  • Warlord of Io #2
  • Publisher: SLG Publishing
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  • Digital Release Date:
    June 21st, 2011
  • Language: English
  • Rated Teen/Young Adults (ages 13+)
The third thrilling chapter in James Turner's (creator of Nil and Rex Libris) Warlord of Io comic continues. Note, yes, we know the number on the cover says "2", but this would have been issue #2 of the continuing comic book series. This is chapter three Counting the Warlord of Io and Other Stories one-shot.
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From the writer and artist of Rex Libris, James Turner has brought us the story of the WARLORD OF IO. This is the story of Jon Jett, a hero in the mold of Flash Gordon who is unstoppable and unopposable. In This opening adventure, he comes up against the emperor Zing in a fun and funny space adventure with plenty of political commentary tossed in for good measure. Also featured in this one shot is Hell Lost, a social satire that follows the spiritual journey of Muktooth, a demon serving in Hell's police department. Assigned to police crimes that exceed the mandated punishment, as well as patron on patron (Hell is a service industry after all) related crime, he has a case book higher than Mount Everest.
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