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Reprints CEREBUS #44 (November, 1982) "It's the election that seems never to end as Cerebus, Astoria and Sergeant Preston of the Royal Iestan Mounted Police (formerly the Moon Roach, now in his new fur costume with 'Warmtho Shielding') hurtle across Northbell to Stormsend Manor in search of 'The Deciding Vote' . I'm Dave Sim, co-creator of comics' only 6,000-page graphic novel and this issue is consistently rated the funniest CEREBUS issue of all time." People everywhere agree that HIGH SOCIETY is Award-Winning (Eisner; Harvey; Shuster, Ignatz, Wizard) graphic novelist Dave Sim's greatest and most hilarious work. It regularly gets a 5-star rating on lists of the Greatest Graphic Novels of All Time. In addition to the 20 pages of art and story, you also get everything that was in the original comic book -- Deni's Note from the Publisher, the original ads, the original letters pages, the original back cover and inside back cover. BONUS! Original documents from the time period from Dave Sim's Cerebus Archive as well as pages from Dave Sim's original Notebooks (where he plotted and designed each issue) accompanied by Sim's own annotations.
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Reprints CEREBUS #45 (December, 1982) "Cerebus' Six Crises' begin with a Bureaucratic Rebellion against the new Prime Minister and his administration which Cerebus deals with in his own inimitable way. At least we HOPE it's inimitable because it involves breaking the fingers of a senior bureaucrat, having a tattooed xenophobic Sacrificial Priest as External Affairs Minister and an Inner Circle made up of Henrot the Magician and The Regency Elf. On the other hand, could it REALLY produce any WORSE results than the way we're governed now? I'm Dave Sim, co-creator of comics' only 6,000 page graphic novel and, having lived with the little grey fascist for the last 35 years, I'm just kidding about that last part." People everywhere agree that HIGH SOCIETY is Award-Winning (Eisner; Harvey; Shuster, Ignatz, Wizard) graphic novelist Dave Sim's greatest and most hilarious work. It regularly gets a 5-star rating on lists of the Greatest Graphic Novels of All Time. In addition to the 20 pages of art and story, you also get everything that was in the original comic book -- Deni's Note from the Publisher, the original ads, the original letters pages, the original back cover and inside back cover. BONUS! Original documents from the time period from Dave Sim's Cerebus Archive as well as pages from Dave Sim's original Notebooks (where he plotted and designed each issue) accompanied by Sim's own annotations.
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Reprints CEREBUS #45 (December, 1982) "Cerebus' Six Crises' begin with a Bureaucratic Rebellion against the new Prime Minister and his administration which Cerebus deals with in his own inimitable way. At least we HOPE it's inimitable because it involves breaking the fingers of a senior bureaucrat, having a tattooed xenophobic Sacrificial Priest as External Affairs Minister and an Inner Circle made up of Henrot the Magician and The Regency Elf. On the other hand, could it REALLY produce any WORSE results than the way we're governed now? I'm Dave Sim, co-creator of comics' only 6,000 page graphic novel and, having lived with the little grey fascist for the last 35 years, I'm just kidding about that last part." People everywhere agree that HIGH SOCIETY is Award-Winning (Eisner; Harvey; Shuster, Ignatz, Wizard) graphic novelist Dave Sim's greatest and most hilarious work. It regularly gets a 5-star rating on lists of the Greatest Graphic Novels of All Time. In addition to the 20 pages of art and story, you also get everything that was in the original comic book -- Deni's Note from the Publisher, the original ads, the original letters pages, the original back cover and inside back cover. BONUS! Original documents from the time period from Dave Sim's Cerebus Archive as well as pages from Dave Sim's original Notebooks (where he plotted and designed each issue) accompanied by Sim's own annotations.
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Reprints CEREBUS #46 (January, 1983) " The second of 'Cerebus' Six Crises' -- 'Summit Enchanted Evening' -- sees the aardvark fighting for his political life as he plans an invasion of New Sepra while also negotiating with the always unpredictable Lord Julius. I'm Dave Sim, co-creator of comics' only 6,000-page graphic novel reminding you that this issue features the first appearance of Duke Leonardi, my homage to the great Chico Marx and is one of the favourite CEREBUS episodes of all time. If you're going to put any digital comic in a digital plastic bag with digital backing board, this should be the one!" People everywhere agree that HIGH SOCIETY is Award-Winning (Eisner; Harvey; Shuster, Ignatz, Wizard) graphic novelist Dave Sim's greatest and most hilarious work. It regularly gets a 5-star rating on lists of the Greatest Graphic Novels of All Time. In addition to the 20 pages of art and story, you also get everything that was in the original comic book -- Deni's Note from the Publisher, the original ads, the original letters pages, the original back cover and inside back cover. BONUS! Original documents from the time period from Dave Sim's Cerebus Archive as well as pages from Dave Sim's original Notebooks (where he plotted and designed each issue) accompanied by Sim's own annotations.
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Reprints CEREBUS #46 (January, 1983) " The second of 'Cerebus' Six Crises' -- 'Summit Enchanted Evening' -- sees the aardvark fighting for his political life as he plans an invasion of New Sepra while also negotiating with the always unpredictable Lord Julius. I'm Dave Sim, co-creator of comics' only 6,000-page graphic novel reminding you that this issue features the first appearance of Duke Leonardi, my homage to the great Chico Marx and is one of the favourite CEREBUS episodes of all time. If you're going to put any digital comic in a digital plastic bag with digital backing board, this should be the one!" People everywhere agree that HIGH SOCIETY is Award-Winning (Eisner; Harvey; Shuster, Ignatz, Wizard) graphic novelist Dave Sim's greatest and most hilarious work. It regularly gets a 5-star rating on lists of the Greatest Graphic Novels of All Time. In addition to the 20 pages of art and story, you also get everything that was in the original comic book -- Deni's Note from the Publisher, the original ads, the original letters pages, the original back cover and inside back cover. BONUS! Original documents from the time period from Dave Sim's Cerebus Archive as well as pages from Dave Sim's original Notebooks (where he plotted and designed each issue) accompanied by Sim's own annotations.
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Reprints CEREBUS #47 (February, 1983) "By the time the third of 'Cerebus' Six Crises' rolls around, the wheels are definitely coming off the barbarian aardvark's administration. And Sergeant Preston of the Royal Iestan Mounted Police isn't helping matters with his own brand of political justice ('Once more has brute force and goodness won out over weakness and evil! Hsss!)'. I'm Dave Sim, co-creator of comics' only 6,000-page graphic novel, reminding you that this issue also features the first appearance of Arnold the Isshurian -- not to be confused with the star of any CONAN movie or former governor of California. Different guy. Totally different guy. Totally." People everywhere agree that HIGH SOCIETY is Award-Winning (Eisner; Harvey; Shuster, Ignatz, Wizard) graphic novelist Dave Sim's greatest and most hilarious work. It regularly gets a 5-star rating on lists of the Greatest Graphic Novels of All Time. In addition to the 20 pages of art and story, you also get everything that was in the original comic book -- Deni's Note from the Publisher, the original ads, the original letters pages, the original back cover and inside back cover. BONUS! Original documents from the time period from Dave Sim's Cerebus Archive as well as pages from Dave Sim's original Notebooks (where he plotted and designed each issue) accompanied by Sim's own annotations.
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Reprints CEREBUS #47 (February, 1983) "By the time the third of 'Cerebus' Six Crises' rolls around, the wheels are definitely coming off the barbarian aardvark's administration. And Sergeant Preston of the Royal Iestan Mounted Police isn't helping matters with his own brand of political justice ('Once more has brute force and goodness won out over weakness and evil! Hsss!)'. I'm Dave Sim, co-creator of comics' only 6,000-page graphic novel, reminding you that this issue also features the first appearance of Arnold the Isshurian -- not to be confused with the star of any CONAN movie or former governor of California. Different guy. Totally different guy. Totally." People everywhere agree that HIGH SOCIETY is Award-Winning (Eisner; Harvey; Shuster, Ignatz, Wizard) graphic novelist Dave Sim's greatest and most hilarious work. It regularly gets a 5-star rating on lists of the Greatest Graphic Novels of All Time. In addition to the 20 pages of art and story, you also get everything that was in the original comic book -- Deni's Note from the Publisher, the original ads, the original letters pages, the original back cover and inside back cover. BONUS! Original documents from the time period from Dave Sim's Cerebus Archive as well as pages from Dave Sim's original Notebooks (where he plotted and designed each issue) accompanied by Sim's own annotations.
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Reprints CEREBUS #48 (March, 1983) "The fourth of 'Cerebus' Six Crises' sees barbarian hordes beginning to invade the now bankrupt and pretty much defenceless city-state of Iest. What is a poor aardvark Prime Minister to do? Just as things are going from bad to worse and downhill from there, comes word that Jaka has returned and wants to persuade Cerebus to abandon his post and flee with her. I'm Dave Sim, co-creator of comics' only 6,000-page graphic novel, and I just LOVE building dramatic tension in my stories." People everywhere agree that HIGH SOCIETY is Award-Winning (Eisner; Harvey; Shuster, Ignatz, Wizard) graphic novelist Dave Sim's greatest and most hilarious work. It regularly gets a 5-star rating on lists of the Greatest Graphic Novels of All Time. In addition to the 20 pages of art and story, you also get everything that was in the original comic book -- Deni's Note from the Publisher, the original ads, the original letters pages, the original back cover and inside back cover. BONUS! Original documents from the time period from Dave Sim's Cerebus Archive as well as pages from Dave Sim's original Notebooks (where he plotted and designed each issue) accompanied by Sim's own annotations.
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Reprints CEREBUS #48 (March, 1983) "The fourth of 'Cerebus' Six Crises' sees barbarian hordes beginning to invade the now bankrupt and pretty much defenceless city-state of Iest. What is a poor aardvark Prime Minister to do? Just as things are going from bad to worse and downhill from there, comes word that Jaka has returned and wants to persuade Cerebus to abandon his post and flee with her. I'm Dave Sim, co-creator of comics' only 6,000-page graphic novel, and I just LOVE building dramatic tension in my stories." People everywhere agree that HIGH SOCIETY is Award-Winning (Eisner; Harvey; Shuster, Ignatz, Wizard) graphic novelist Dave Sim's greatest and most hilarious work. It regularly gets a 5-star rating on lists of the Greatest Graphic Novels of All Time. In addition to the 20 pages of art and story, you also get everything that was in the original comic book -- Deni's Note from the Publisher, the original ads, the original letters pages, the original back cover and inside back cover. BONUS! Original documents from the time period from Dave Sim's Cerebus Archive as well as pages from Dave Sim's original Notebooks (where he plotted and designed each issue) accompanied by Sim's own annotations.
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Reprints CEREBUS #49 (April, 1983) "As the situation in Iest continues to go downhill -- barbarians invading from the north and abandoned by its own mercenary forces -- the Prime Minister is passed out drunk in a small alcove off his Situation Room. How long can Astoria keep up the pretense that he's still in command? I'm Dave Sim, co-creator of comics' only 6,000-page graphic novel, reminding you that this is also the issue where the storyline reoriented itself from the sideways pages to the vertical pages -- you literally turn the whole thing 360 degrees at one point while you're reading it!" People everywhere agree that HIGH SOCIETY is Award-Winning (Eisner; Harvey; Shuster, Ignatz, Wizard) graphic novelist Dave Sim's greatest and most hilarious work. It regularly gets a 5-star rating on lists of the Greatest Graphic Novels of All Time. In addition to the 20 pages of art and story, you also get everything that was in the original comic book -- Deni's Note from the Publisher, the original ads, the original letters pages, the original back cover and inside back cover. BONUS! Original documents from the time period from Dave Sim's Cerebus Archive as well as pages from Dave Sim's original Notebooks (where he plotted and designed each issue) accompanied by Sim's own annotations.
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