You may not remember Ranx (aka RanXerox), which is okay, because in November Dark Horse Comics will reprint the Heavy Metal series for the first time since the ’80s.
Dark Horse Comics has announced it is collecting the art of Jonathan Case’s “Dear Creature” as a hardcover in September.
So, you think you know the world’s only consulting detective? Sylvain Corduri’s tale is a far cry away from the Adventure of the Sussex Vampire, but every bit as fun, gripping and inherently Holmesian.
I am really excited about this announcement from IDW Publishing that the company is collecting the L’il Abner series into a hardbound volume.Â Growing up, I had small trades from the late 60s to read, and enjoyed the introduction of the Shmoo, Sadie Hawkins Day, and of course the gorgeous Daisy Mae (not to be confused with Daisy Marie).Â The first volume of the Al Capp series arrives in April. Press release follows
If this image is any indication, the collected hardcover of DC’s Wednesday Comics is going to take up some shelf space… or coffee table. Heck, it just might make a great coffee table.Â Regardless, the 200-page hardcover, with lots of bonus material, arrives in May. Not only does the collection feature two previously unpublished pages â€” one starring The Creeper (written by Keith Giffen with art by Eric Canete) and one starring Plastic Man (written by Evan Dorkin with art by Stephen DeStefano) â€” it also sports a canâ€™t-miss collection includes a 10-page sketchbook section with art from each illustrator,
With his trusty ray gun and jet pack, trailblazing hero and sci-fi icon Buck Rogers finds himself out of his time in into the future! The inspiration for countless sci-fi heroes finds new life in Dynamite Entertainment’s Buck Rogers, written by Scott Beatty and illustrated by artists Carlos Rafael and Carlos Lopez. Now, for the first time ever, Buck Rogers fans can own the first story arc “Future Shock” in one gorgeous hardcover collection now available for order through Diamond Previews!
Archaia has announced its recently completed series Days Missing will be getting the hardcover treatment in February 2010. Days Missing tells the stories of a mysterious being known as â€œThe Steward.â€ His ability to literally â€œfoldâ€ days of time has allowed him to secretly remove critical days from our shared history that have forever changed the course of mankindâ€¦or so he thinks. In these missing days, The Steward battles Frankenstein, the Spanish conquistadors and artificial lifeforms, among other history-shaping forces. There are a number of extras included in the hardcover, including: A foreword written by the legendary Warren Ellis, award-winning
Coming this August, IDW Publishing and its imprint, the Library of American Comics, will launch a new oversized hardcover series with what historians and critics consider one of the essential masterpieces of comics strip art, Cliff Sterrett’s Polly and Her Pals. Polly and Her Pals: Complete Sunday Comics, 1925-1927, a 176 page hard cover “Champagne edition” reproduces present every one of Sterrett’s dynamic full-color Sunday pages from 1925 to 1927, in an extra large 12″ x 16″ format so that each can be fully appreciated.
Press Release Just in time for the new blockbuster movie, catch up with Sir Arthur Conan Doyleâ€™s famous detective Sherlock Holmes with IDW Publishingâ€™s new hardcover collection. The Sherlock Holmes collection will present every classic short story and novel in the order Holmes lived it, beautifully accented with all-new, full-color illustrations by celebrated artist Kelley Jones.
Press Release One hundred years after the Big Wet, Earth has been left a broken, infertile world of rock and sand. The town of Providens is like many others on the post-Big Wet planet–small, mostly illiterate, and struggling for survival. When the town welcomes a stranger named Michael into its midst, will the quiet man lead them to a brave new world or shatter what little order still exists?