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INFERNO: A SLEEP AND A FORGETTING GN
The Inferno. It is a city fueled by sin, driven by corruption and where lives are lived in desperate despair. John Travis finds himself in the endless city of the damned and plunged into a power struggle for in reality, he is Jacamo Terence, the only person to escape Hell and live. He just doesn’t remember it. From Mike Carey (Lucifer, Hellblazer) and Michael Gaydos (Alias, Daredevil), this is the collection of the 5 issue Caliber series.
ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW
The official adaptation of the cult classic! Collecting the Caliber Comics series, this full color graphic novel not only has all three issues to complete the adaptation but also special features such as a profile on Rocky creator, Richard O’Brien; the lyrics to all the songs; and the fan club version of the audience participation guide including a prop list. Adapted and illustrated by Kevin VanHook, the official Rocky Horror Picture Show comic has been out of print for 20 years and will be presented in trade paperback form for the first time ever. While you’re doing the Time Warp, dream it!
WRITE OR WRONG: A WRITER’S GUIDE TO CREATING COMICS
For over five years Dirk Manning’s “Write or Wrong” column at Newsarama has provided aspiring writers with candid advice, anecdotes and inspiration about how to successfully meet artists, create comics, and get them published. At long last, Dirk collects key columns from his popular long-running series with each installment personally revisited by Manning in preparation for the book’s release. “Write or Wrong”: A Writer’s Guide to Creating Comics is an invaluable tool for anyone seeking to create comics, improve their knowledge of the industry and the craft, and/or be simultaneously entertained and informed by this remarkable, forthright and ultimately charming writer as he openly discusses how to overcome the odds and create comics – even if you can’t draw them yourself.