Black & White on Cream paper
BISAC: Humor / General
This is the tale of John Neville, a man of science, born to the staid life of an academic.
But when his assistant goes missing, Neville’s search for her takes him to places he could never imagine, worlds on the other side of The Gate… worlds of monsters and mysteries, of tyrants in glass towers and nomads in the deserts; worlds where death by bow or blade is always just around the corner.
This is the first time this high-adventure comic has been collected into a single volume.
Is this oddball 1950s comic strip about little kids pretending to be grown up, or is it about grown ups who look like little kids? That’s for you to decide! Back in print for the first time in half a century, it’s Sam Brier’s “Small World”!
Make your Halloween costume really stand out by carrying a nice big copy of To Serve Man… and if anyone opens it up, they’ll find that yes, it is a cookbook! It’s filled with recipes for Man, for Hipster, for Lawyer and more (for entertainment purposes only, of course). Perfect if you’re dressed as a cannibal, alien, chef, or anyone else who may want To Serve Man!
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This prop book goes great with your political Halloween costume – dressed up as your least favorite candidate, Senator, Governor, or President? Carry a copy of this and let the world know how you feel about them. The large 8.5″ x 11″ side keeps the title big and clear; the title on both sides makes it easy to display. The inside is just the words PROMISE, LIE, and SMILE reprinted in big letters, one to the page in huge letters, so people can easily see what you’re reading. For entertainment purposes only; those looking for a serious treatise on manipulating voters should look elsewhere.
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This unauthorized parody prop book is the perfect addition to your Halloween zombie costume. A full 8.5×11 inches, so it’s very visible when you carry it, the book is actually filled with page after page of valuable advice… if you consider “Ragha ragghh brrrrr. Grrrrrrr. Razahaaaaaaaaaaaa. Eeeeee ha, ha. Grrrrah, raaaahrg, grah. Grraaaah. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. Raaaaahrraaaag. Grraha. Ha. Hrrrrrm! Graaaahrg. Braaaaaaainz. Grrrrrrrr. Arrrrgh, grrarrragh. Raaaaaah. Raaaaargh. Roooooooogggggg roog rooooo garugah. Raaagaah rooogh. Buh buh buh buh brrrrrrrrrrrrz. Grraaaah. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. Raaaaahrraaaag. Grraha. Ha. Hrrrrrm! Graaaahrg. Braaaaaaainz. Grrrrrrrr. Arrrrgh, grrarrragh. Raaaaaah. Raaaaargh. Roooooooogggggg roog rooooo garugah.” to be good advice.
The Complete Zombie’s Guide to Eating the Living – don’t be caught undead without it!
(For entertainment purposes only, of course.)
What do you get when two well-respected actors and long-time musical collaborators team up with an Eisner Award-winning artist to chronicle the life of a dog of vengeance?
You get something odd, something edgy, something unique. You get Trypto, the Acid Dog. Born of water, born of fire, born of blood, born of acid, Trypto is unlike other dogs. In this series of offbeat tales, the canine avenger fights against those who would abuse Mother Earth and her creatures.
Produced over the course of a decade, the complete run of Trypto stories is brought together for the first time in this 25th anniversary collection.