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Award-winning artist Dave Dorman takes you on a high-speed, adrenaline-charged adventure to his world of post-industrial chaos, an unforgettable place and time where passion, greed, corruption and love color the everyday struggle to exist, where ordinary men, eccentric heroes and their horrific adversaries battle for power, and for the hearts and minds of mankind. Written and illustrated by Eisner Award-winning artist Dave Dorman (Star Wars, GIJoe), this Eisner-nominated volume collects new, previously unreleased, and out-of-print conceptual works and short stories that define the shared universe of The Wasted Lands! Includes contributions from International Horror Guild Award-winning writer Del Stone, Jr. (Dead Heat, The Uninvited), and artwork by Christopher Moeller (Iron Empires), Jon Foster (Clive Barker's Chiliad), and Durwin Talon (Bonds)!
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There isn't much in Hollow, Virginia - a state university, students, a few townies, and some overcast weather in an otherwise sleepy college town. Disgraced, yet popular, former President James Harris comes into town to give a speech. After the president arrives at the town's convention center, several large explosions rock the convention center, and law enforcement officers swarm on the site of the explosion. With the town's attention elsewhere, a trio of college students pull off a bank heist that may have wider implications!
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The race is on as undead driver (and mariachi musician) Fiesta roars into the spotlight! It's definitely going to be "Party Time" when Fiesta and his Crypt Crusher take on a robot army bent on destructing Skylands. Plus, it's underwater adventure as Dive-Clops and his aquatic battle tank, Dive Bomber, take on mysterious denizens of the deep who are threatening to submerge everything! Collects issues #4-6.
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From the pages of Warren Publishing's Eerie magazine, The Rook returns in new archival editions, bringing you the best of the time-travelling swash-buckler. Written by William B. Dubay and drawn by Jim Stenstrum, with covers by Paul Gulacy, The Rook follows scientist and adventurer Restin Dane as he travels through history righting wrongs and saving those in need, while investigating the mysteries of his own family history. Joined by robots he created, and traveling via his invention The Time Castle, the Rook takes readers on a journey through time they'll never forget.
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He is Restin Dane, AKA the Rook--adventurer, inventor...and Master of Time. Crossing the ages in his chesspiece-shaped Time Castle--aided by his gunfighter grandfather and a squad of eccentric robots--the Rook races from the Wild West to mythic kingdoms to unthinkable futures to put a few things right! From the pages of Eerie magazine come The Rook, William B. DuBay's signature creation that became a worldwide sensation. Featuring rare art by comics legends Richard Corben, Alfredo Alcala, Jim Starlin, and Lee Elias. Collects The Rook stories from Eerie issues #99-105.
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Lucky Martin is a daredevil of the skies-a test pilot who lives to break the rules and push the envelope. Sound like a perfect role for Errol Flynn? It did to Hollywood, as Flynn was cast in the movie of the same name. Lucky’s a trailblazer-flying higher and faster than any pilot out there. His latest invention could change the face of air warfare and alter the balance of world power. It’s The Dive Bomber-a perfectly designed aircraft for the U.S. Navy. There’s only one problem-up to now every test flight has ended in disaster. The reason: sabotage. America’s enemies will go to any length to get their hands on his design-from savage attacks to kidnapping his fiance. Lucky’ll have to push his luck to the very limit to save his plane, save his girl . . . and save his country. As a barnstorming pilot in the early days of aviation, Hubbard was dubbed "Flash" Hubbard by the aviation magazines of the day. Expanding his knowledge even more, he visited Boeing in Seattle where the president and chief engineer gave him an inside look at their test pilot program. His unique and pioneering insight of flight streaks across the page in novels like The Dive Bomber.
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From the pages of Warren Publishing's Eerie magazine, The Rook returns in new archival editions, bringing you the best of the time-travelling swash-buckler. Written by William B. Dubay and drawn by Jim Stenstrum, with covers by Paul Gulacy, The Rook follows scientist and adventurer Restin Dane as he travels through history righting wrongs and saving those in need, while investigating the mysteries of his own family history. Joined by robots he created, and traveling via his invention The Time Castle, the Rook takes readers on a journey through time they'll never forget. A value-priced, high-quality edition for Eerie and Creepy collectors. Dark Horse has re-launched The Rook with Steven Grant writing and Paul Gulacy providing the art.
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Take a deep breath. Hold it. Now, imagine you're on a -I didn't say breathe!- on a sunken submarine at the bottom of the ocean, teetering on enough methane ice to blow the world in half if you make Ihe slightest wrong move. Your only prayer of survival lies with the only diver on Earth who's ever gone this deep. Of course, that was the time he lost his wife and half his crew, but he's older now. Comforted? No? Thank writers Andrew Cosby, creator of the hit Sci-Fi Channel show Eureka, and Andy Schmidt!
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  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine #4
  • Publisher: IDW
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    April 27th, 2010
  • Language: English
  • Rated Teen/Young Adults (ages 13+)
Fool's Gold #4 With Deep Space Nine descending into chaos, Captain Sisko turns to an unexpected source for assistance-but how can the Cardassian tailor Garak help? It all comes together in this final issue of IDW's debut DEEP SPACE NINE miniseries!
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The thing about monster hunting that no one ever contemplates is; what happens if you actually find a monster? Down there in the darkness, deeper than any human was ever supposed to go, the Nektons have found the unexpected... and it has found them. The Deep: here Be Dragons, winner of the Aurealis Award 'For Best Graphic Novel', concludes here. "The Deep: Here be Dragons is without a doubt, unequivocally, hands down the most enthralling and enjoyable comic that I have read in a very, VERY long time." - Geek Of Oz
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