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by Felice CohenShe’safella is the story of an unhappy young women named Fella living in New York City with her father, horrible stepmother and two mean stepbrothers. The only time Fella is happy is when she's playing softball in Central Park. Unfortunately her stepbrothers find a way to ruin that too, by coming to her games and shouting, “She’safella!” since she’s the only girl on the team. When the newspapers announce that the mayor of NYC is hosting a birthday gala at Tavern on the Green for his daughter, hi... more
by Raul TrevinoIn a post-apocalyptic world, three adventurous -and a little crazy- boys discover that the chickens they hunted for food are part of a horrible threat that could destroy what s left of humanity. Tinkers of the Wasteland is a three part graphic novel in the post-apocaliptic, comedy and adventure genre. The Earth is a Wasteland filled with hotrod cars led by a dangerous drag queen and many mutant chickens. In the course of this frantic trilogy, the Tinkers will discover that friendship is as v... more
by Steve Altes
Geeks & Greeks is Good Will Hunting meets Animal House in graphic novel format. In this high-tech battle royale two of MIT's smartest students square off in an escalating war of pranks and egos. Jim Walden is an underachieving freshman with a knack for mischief and a secret that could end his career before it begins. Luke Bardolf is a gruff alpha-nerd senior on a mission to pull the ultimate prank and maintain dominance over his fraternity. When their rivalry co... more
by Abdulrahim saadIt's about a boy named Jack looking for his father.
by CJ StandalRebirth of the Gangster is a black-and-white comic exploring the moral challenges of a young inner-city prosecutor torn between crime, the law, and family tradition. It deals with issues of class, race and more. Marcus Thompson is this young prosecutor, an African-American son of rich parents. Hunter Anderson is a poor, white man, son of a dying mom and dead dad. They both get sucked into a life of crime as they struggle with family legacies and a murder as old as themselves. And to make matt... more
by Robin Wiesneth
The dogs and cats at Four Paws and a Purr animal shelter dream about finding a new home some day. Of course they have other dreams as well - crazy, colorful dreams full of adventure...
by Ertito MontanaA series of brutal murders are occurring in Nam City. All the victims belong to different criminal organizations; the police suspect a gang war but they are searching for a sole individual, a man with a helmet and a leather jacket with a tiger on the back. Street-tiger honors what we know as grindhouse movies, named after the theaters that projected trash and exploitation films, midnight shows where violence and adult language was permitted. This is a violent, revenge thriller, a story remini... more
by FUDGEWILLIinfant syringes is the book that entails a nonlinear sequence of events involving "yandelarion",his grandmother ( both of which are pieces of fried chicken), blue waffles (literally), the police, and more.
by Dino Di Durante
SPECTACULAR AND MIND BLOWING IMAGES OF HELL USED IN TWO ACCLAIMED FILMS!
Do You Love Horror Books? "Inferno" Images will Scare You Death.
"Inferno - The Art Collection" by Dino Di Durante is a full color book of a 72-piece art collection based on Dante's Inferno story, the first part of the literary masterpiece - The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, the second greatest Christian story after The Gospel. This is a completely new, deep and fascinatin... more
by Phillip KnoxA divine power saves a transgender woman on the verge of death from her suicide attempt and helps guide her on a journey of self-acceptance that challenges her to face her inner demons.
by Brandon PerlowWatson and Holmes Volume 2 collects multiple one shot stories of our newest take of the african american detective duo from Harlem. Volume 2 brings stories from Lyndsay Faye, the writer of Dust and Shadow, Gods of Gotham, and Seven for A Secret reinterprets a classic short story and Irene Adler in modern New York City. Brandon Easton writes a compelling story of the murder of a politician's wife in conjunction with sex slavery. Steven Grant the creator of "2 Guns" and Hannibal Tabu write a story... more
by Lily FrizzWith 50 original stress busting images for your coloring pleasure, this book offers a satisfying experience for today's colorist. There's something for everyone to enjoy.
by Ashley Eric PeschelSet against the conflict of the Second World War, something terrifying has been released on the small island of Malta. Realising they are in over their heads, the local authorities request help in tracking a sadistic killer, whose body count already stands at five. A special team is dispatched to deal with the murderer – and so the hunt begins on the war torn island for a killer that the team soon discover is unlike anything they have encountered before…. If this was not bad enough, the team als... more
by Erik SheinIn a small New England town called Foggy Point. At 1313 Road to Nowhere. Secluded behind massive stone walls. Lies a Gothic Mansion. A home to a most usually family and their menagerie of protected strange exotic and 'non existing' legendary creatures called the Monsterjunkies. Follow the adventure as teenagers Crow and Indigo are confronted with harsh "bullying" from their high school peers for being "different". Simply because of their "odd" personal style and their strange funny name. But mos... more
by Jason RosenWhen an evil regent in the mythical kingdom of Magog threatens to destroy anything and everyone who stands between him and ultimate power, a cynical teen who has spent his life avoiding trouble finds himself smack in the middle of it…running for his life towards a destiny he could never have imagined.
by Vikram MadanArt Book, Sketch Book, Coloring Book - this compendium of weird, funny, tender, poignant or simply unfathomable Robot-themed Pen & Ink drawings will delight readers of all ages, especially those who love Robots and Humor. Ideal gift for both adults, who will admire the wry humor, and kids, who will be inspired by the drawings, and can also happily color this one-sided book. Artist Vikram Madan lives in Seattle and has won numerous awards for cartooning, poetry, and art.