In stores now!
Format: Paperback, 432 pages
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics (October 10, 2012)
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Things From Another World
Dark Horse Digital (preview the first story for free)
The Locust Moon Comic
Self-published by Locust Moon Press to celebrate our grand re-opening in early 2012.
Format: Comic, 24 pages
Made by James Comey, Farel Dalrymple, Rob Woods, Chris Stevens, and Josh O’Neill.
Come by the store, find us at a convention, or get in touch with us directly to get your copy!
A quarterly comics and illustration magazine. This summer, the first issue of Quarter Moon will spotlight silent comics. Rising soon…
36 Lessons in Self-Destruction [The Collected Depressed Punx]
Made by Rob Woods.
Collecting all four issues of the brilliant Depressed Punx mini-comic, along with 40 new pages. A book filled with heart-wrenching comedy and hilarious tragedy, a lot of sadness and a jagged edge of hope. Rob’s characters may be laying in the gutter, but they are looking at the stars.
Dropping this October.
Our true-blue comic book love song. Winsor McCay can be considered among the likes of Jack Kirby, Will Eisner, and Moebius, earth-shattering talents whose work landed like a neutron bomb, leaving the landscape of the comics medium forever altered. We are humbled and lucky to be the ones uniting many of the world’s greatest cartoonists in a tribute to the master. To be printed as a big broadsheet newspaper and a giant-sized (16×21″) hardcover book. We’re going to do this one right. Oh! Um!
Made by Chris Stevens and James Comey.
You’ll be hearing more about this one soon. Blend urban grit, starry-eyed mythology, and General Tso’s chicken…and you still won’t see what’s coming.
Made by Ben Kahan and Bruno Hidalgo.
This is a world of noble heroes, and of savage villains. A world where men and women of great power die every day. And the Shaman? The Shaman is the one who brings them back.
A book of lyrical short stories written by Chris Stevens and illustrated by a host of comics luminaries like Arthur Adams, Jae Lee, Farel Dalrymple, and James Jean.