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Recommended by Steve Leaf
Drawing Beautiful Women: The Frank Cho Method combines Cho's sense of humor with lessons on how to illustrate the female form.
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Recommended by Jay Spence
Dredd: Uprise #1 kicks off another movie sequel comic that looks to expand the universe of Judge Dredd even further.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
This special Halloween issue of Heavy Metal Magazine is a great jumping-on point for new readers! Features the gang that brought us Fearless Dawn and Zombie Terrors!
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Recommended by George Powell
I Play The Bad Guy shows that military experiments very rarely ever go right. And the same scenario applies to a pair of soldiers who were slated to become...super soldiers.
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
The In Real Life GN explores what's really going on in the atmosphere of digital gaming. A masterful job weaving a story based on our shared gaming language.
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
What happens when Internet memes get out of control? Find out in Memetic! Society reduced to rubble in 72 hours!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
In The Art of Modesty Blaise, readers are treated to a unique look at one of the first female action heroes.
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
One of the original comic strip heroes returns in The Phantom #1! Written by comic veteran Peter David and illustrated by Egmont’s Phantom artist Sal Velluto.
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Recommended by George Powell
A group of scientists release experimental nanites into the vortex of a tornado to stop it immediately. The experiment's success only brings disaster.
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
In the Bumperhead GN, Gilbert Hernandez crafts a coming-of-age story set in California.
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
Butterfly #1 gives a different look at female spies, courtesy of BOOM! Studios: spies with not only with history, but with progeny.
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
Change the past to ensure the future, and explore a variety of popular conspiracy theories along the way in Future Proof #1.
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
Explore a deep story and a road to recovery in Lighter Than My Shadow GN. This book shows you what comics can do...and do well.
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Recommended by Jay Spence
The first volume of Pariah Missouri GN goes undercover to discover the source of the town's evil.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
Revisit the world of the cult classic Firefly in Serenity: Leaves on the Wind TP.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
This book follows brother and sister Emily and Navin as they travel to Lucian, a city that has been decimated in the conflict between humans and elves.
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
In the Food Wars GN, Soma Yukihara is a kid from the wrong side of the tracks who's determined to surpass his father's legendary cooking ability.
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Recommended by Jay Spence
Sci-fi humor and a blue-collar mentality to the romantic notion of space travel, and the dirty jobs that make it all possible!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
A story that is all crime noir, as Feiffer channels film noir, Eisner's The Spirit with a splash of Chandler, Hammett, and a bit of Spillane ... with Shakespeare.
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Recommended by George Powell
At the start of Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland, King Morpheus is enlisting Bon-Bon the candy kid to find the princess of Slumberland a new playmate!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
Here are creators that expand the worlds of graphic storytelling, animation, underground comics, Sunday funnies, magazines, and poster illustration.
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
A normal family with normal family experiences making the best of everything that life throws at them. And it's tough.
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Recommended by Carmen Corley
This book expands on the events of the claymation shorts that pose the question: "What would WWE superstars do if they weren't wrestlers?"
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
Back Issue #75 dives into the history of independent publishing in the 80s, following the history of such companies like Pacific Comics and Dark Horse.
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Recommended by George Powell
The Wachowskis (writers and directors of The Matrix) bring you Doc Frankenstien. A story that finds Doc Frankenstein trying to find a place to call home, only for the "Men of God" to take it away from him.
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Recommended by Jay Spence
In an age where comic book adaptations from films often feel sub-par and over-done, the Dredd: Illustrated Movie Script & Visuals GN goes much further to make it stand out as its own fan experience.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
Extinction Parade: War #1 features a race of complacent aristocratic Vampires whom have grown weak without any true threat to their position in the food chain. It's not until a zombie apocalypse strikes that they are taken completely aback!
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Recommended by Jay Spence
Now recently adapted into a feature motion picture of the same name, Christopher Folino (the creator of both the comic and the movie) will show readers and audiences a fresh take on superheroes that rests comfortably between Spider-man and Sin City.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
In Star Trek #35 Q is going to get the opportunity to harass a different Starfleet Captain for the first time as Q matches wits with the original Captain of the Enterprise, James T. Kirk!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
The American Comic Book Chronicles: The 1970s takes us back to a crucial decade in comics including the introduction of Blade, revival of Batman with a truly psychopathic Joker, and Jack Kirby's arrival at DC!
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
The Devilers will be a fantastic read for any fans of horror who crave the slightly campy, cult horror vibe...with a bit of the supernatural thrown into the mix!
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