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The Alchemist: A Graphic Novel
Andalusian shepherd boy Santiago travels from his homeland in Spain to the Egyptian desert in search of a treasure buried in the Pyramids. Along the way he meets a Gypsy woman, a man who calls himself king, and an alchemist, all of whom point Santiago in the direction of his quest. No one knows what the treasure is, or if Santiago will be able to surmount the obstacles along the way. But what starts out as a journey to find worldly goods turns into a discovery of the treasure found within.
Perfect Blue: Awaken from a Dream
Delve deeper into the dark underbelly of super-stardom, where fame comes at a steep price. In this sequel anthology to the hit psychological thriller, Perfect Blue, creepy fans thrust their idols into struggles of life and death. Gruesome body switches, bloody fan letters, and a stalker in a terrifying rabbit costume–it’s a life of fame and misfortune that lies in wait for these hapless pop stars.
City of Glass
A graphic novel classic with a new introduction by Art Spiegelman Quinn writes mysteries. The Washington Post has described him as a "post-existentialist private eye." An unknown voice on the telephone is now begging for his help, drawing him into a world and a mystery far stranger than any he ever created in print. Adapted by Paul Karasik and David Mazzucchelli, with graphics by David Mazzucchelli, Paul Auster's groundbreaking, Edgar Award-nominated masterwork has been astonishingly transformed into a new visual language.
Polar: The Kaiser Falls (Volume 4)
An indomitable, yet aging spy assimilates to retirement in Miami, until a rookie assassin locates him and challenges him to his crown.Living a simple life down in the Miami sunshine gets complicated when Black Kaiser's housemaid has some problems involving a local gang. However, resurfacing to maintain the peace, puts him right in the new adversary's crosshairs. Buckle up because Black Kaiser's last ride is going to get rough!
Pearl (Volume 1)
Bendis, Brian Michael
Pearl Tanaka is an outsider among outsiders. A Japanese American with albinism, she was born into a world ruled by the American yakuza. Now she uses her unequaled skills as a tattoo artist to make a living in San Francisco, and all that she owes to the yakuza is the occasional kickback from her shop.That all changes the day that she meets Rick Araki...and saves his life. Rick is another tattoo artist, who's run afoul of a different yakuza clan. By interfering with their hit on him, Pearl risks drawing her patron into a deadly gang war.Worse, Pearl has revealed to her yakuza bosses one of her deepest secrets: she has a talent for killing. Now, to pay off her debt, she must become an assassin for her yakuza clan.But Pearl Tanaka's secrets run more than skin deep...The Peabody Award-winning creators of Jessica Jones, Brian Michael Bendis (Superman, Powers) and Michael Gaydos (Alias) begin a masterful saga involving art, crime, loyalty and passion in Pearl Vol. 1. Collects issues #1-6.
Following an unfortunate incident of manslaughter and at a moment of radical change in Germany, Detective Inspector Gereon Roth moves from his old position in Cologne to a new appointment in Berlin. He stumbles into an ever-growing criminal investigation into a pornographic sex ring, discovering that he can trust no one, not even the police. Set in the 1920s, at the birth of the Weimar Republic amid great economic and political difficulties, this is a tale of corruption, trafficking, and scandal.
Howl: A Graphic Novel
First published in 1956, Allen Ginsberg's "Howl" is a prophetic masterpiece--an epic raging against dehumanizing society that overcame censorship trials and obscenity charges to become one of the most widely read poems of the century. Now a major motion picture, starring James Franco, Howl was directed by two-time Academy Award-winners Rob Epstein & Jeffrey Friedman, who hired Eric Drooker to animate the poem. Howl: A Graphic Novel visualizes the poem--stanza by stanza--with full color animation art Drooker designed for the film.
Scarlet (Volume 1)
Bendis, Brian Michael
Power. Corruption. Lies. In a country much like our own, these forces were wielded against innocent people everywhere, and the spark that finally lit the fires of rebellion could have come from anyone.But the new American Revolution began in the streets of Portland, Oregon--and it was Scarlet Rue who struck the match.Striking back against the corrupt police who tore her life apart, Scarlet has become a counterculture sensation and the leader of an uprising that has reclaimed her city from the powers that controlled it. Now her insurrection is spreading, and the system--from the police all the way up to the president--will stop at nothing to smother it once and for all.Can Scarlet control the chain reaction she has started? Or will her revolution end right where it began?They transformed the superhero comic with Daredevil and hit new heights with Iron Man. Now the Eisner Award-winning creative team of Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev reunite to give their acclaimed creator-owned series a brand-new beginning with Scarlet Vol. 1--a fearless political thriller that grows closer to reality every day. Join the revolution! Collects issues #1-5.
Eight Million Ways to Die
In crime-ravaged 1980s New York, a troubled ex-cop turned unlicensed detective takes on his most dangerous case, hunting down a serial killer-hitman, and ultimately coming face-to-face with his deadliest enemy, himself, in this graphic novel adaptation of the book by Lawrence Block.Matthew Scudder is dying, one bottle at a time. A young prostitute named Kim Dakkinen is dying too, her life measured out in tricks. She wanted out, had asked for Scudder's help, but suddenly she wasn't dying anymore, she was just dead. The former cop turned P.I. promised to protect her, but he failed. Now his atonement is to find her killer. But the secrets in the dead hooker's past are dirtier than her living, and searching for a killer in a city where everyone's a victim is a good way to make the role permanent.Steeped in traditional pulp, Block's writing has a true gift for capturing the art of conversation between his characters. These are the lowlifes of society, for whom Block occasionally finds redemption, but who are more often among the vilest beings in human existence. Snyder's art both encapsulates and elevates these rough-cut gems in a graphic, grainy, and moody setting that evokes the dark, noir magazine covers of the period.This is the first graphic novel adaptation of world-renowned writer Lawrence Block's work and features an introduction from Block himself. The highly detailed, full-color artwork from John K. Snyder III perfectly complements the noir aesthetic of Block's writing, making this a must have for fans of crime fiction, both in prose and graphic novel form.
Take a semester off with Dominic Price, his mom, his boyfriend, and $40,000 of black-market weapons. What could possibly go wrong?First there were three: Octavia, Charlotte, and Rosalyn, a trio of badass hit-women who picked up the slack when the going got too real for other so-called top-level assassins. But things happened. Octavia hung up her semi-automatic for a semi-lucrative kidnapping insurance scam. Charlotte chose an expensive Chardonnay, love, marriage and, until recently, a baby carriage. And Rosalyn? There's a lot of conspiracies, but according to the federal government, she's simply M.I.A.When a kidnapping hits too close to home, Octavia is forced out of retirement and back into the bounty-hunting business. Down two partners, she recruits her son Dominic and his boyfriend Taylor to aid and abet her in a semester of murder-based work study, where she'll teach them everything she knows (if she can get them to put down the video games, stop making out, and actually focus on the mission already). Can this dysfunctional modern family pull off the greatest mission in the history of the ASSASSINISTAS?Collects the complete miniseries, issues #1-6.
In Brooklyn, a serial killer is on the loose--and when strange clues lead down a paranormal path, a detective confronts his inner demons to solve the case.After returning from a tour in Afghanistan, detective Billy O'Connor returns home to a Brooklyn he doesn't recognize. As he tries to return to his normal routines, his PTSD is easily triggered and he suffers severe hallucinations. Once he begins to work a gruesome homicide case, however, O'Connor has difficulty sorting out what's real--and after he uncovers some strange clues, he'll have to face the unthinkable to bring the killer to justice. From New York Times Bestselling authors Paul Levitz (75 Years of DC Comics: The Art of Modern Myth-Making) and Tim Hamilton (Ray Bradbury's Farenheit 451: The Authorized Adaptation), this volume collects all sixteen chapters originally serialized in Dark Horse Presents Volume 3 #17-#22 and #24-#33!
Watch_Dogs: Return To Rocinha
Based on the hit-video game of the same name, a young hacker in Rio makes her stand against the corruption in her home! Sauda, a young hacker from the Rochinha favela in Rio, returns years later to the neighborhood she grew up in to discover her little brother has fallen under the influence of the local gangs. Determined to bring him out, Sauda discovers that drug trafficking is just the tip of the iceberg for the corruption consuming her hometown.
Cover (Vol. 1)
Bendis, Brian Michael
Artist Max Field is riding high on one of the most popular books of his career when he learns the shocking truth about the art form he loves: it's been a recruiting ground for the American intelligence community for decades! After all, who better to serve as jet-setting deep-cover agents than the men and women who travel around the globe from one comic book convention to the next and make up stories for a living?At first, Max is thrilled to discover this monumental secret about his chosen profession--and to become a part of it himself. But the further he descends into the world of international espionage, the harder maintaining his secret identity becomes. Can he come in from the cold with his life--and his career--still intact?The multi-award-winning creative team of writer Brian Michael Bendis (Superman, Jessica Jones) and artist David Mack (Kabuki) deliver the first installment of their conspiratorial love letter to the comics industry in Cover Vol. 1! Collects issues #1-6.
The Prague Coup
Winter 1948, the Czech capital is under occupation by the allied powers. Debriefed by London Films, Graham Greene works on the writing of his next feature film, assisted by the enigmatic Elizabeth Montagu. A seemingly peaceful mission enters into a revolution that history will remember as the "coup de Prague".
Culbard, I. N. J.
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The Raid: Locked Up (The Raid Series)
A graphic novel based on the smash hit Raid movie series.Expanding on the characters of The Raid movies, the comic focuses on such characters as Rama, Hammer Girl, Baseball Bat Man, Bejo and more, as their fights continue...
Two brothers: one, a man of God; the other, a man of the Mob. In a city on the edge of chaos, they'll do anything to survive.The story begins in New York City... one hour into the future. Crime runs rampant, rogue cops patrol the rubble-strewn streets, predatory gangs steal anything that isn't nailed down, and the once powerful mafia Dons cower in fear in their tenement prisons. Someone is killing the mob chieftains one by one, and the last survivors call on Alonzo, the Family Man, to hunt down the murderer. But it won't be easy--not when Alonzo's own brother Charles, the gun-toting Monsignor of the corruption-ridden New York City police department, is a prime suspect.
Bad Luck Chuck
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Matt Chapman and Andy Suriano, two creators whose credentials include some of animation's best-loved properties, come together for a sci-fi action bromance of galactic proportions, filtered through the lens of a '80s music video.Space-fairing bachelor scalawags Love Savage and Roshambo - along with a little mothering from their ship's AI, Mrs. Billingsley - shuttle from job to job and continually find themselves on the wrong side of the law. Despite their best efforts to look out only for themselves, they usually end up involved with alien crooks, shady black market baby schemes, and space sickness-inducing drugs. They're on the loose and on the run - from everyone!
When a corporate merger becomes a hostile takeover, a cutthroat businessman known only as the Suit must take down the competition before his company goes under.The Suit is a coolheaded, capable, and yet ruthless hitman employed by a large corporation. During a morning meeting, the Suit receives word that a competitor has moved into town and plans to take over the business . . . however, someone inside the company's walls may be the real benefactor of this deadly deal.Written and illustrated by Dennis Calero (Assassin's Creed: Templar) this volume collects all nine chapters of The Suit, originally serialized in Dark Horse Presents 3 #10-#12, #16-#18, and #21-#23!
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