Coming this December and being solicited for at your comics shop now:
Tales of Mystery, Horror and Suspense
A revered veteran of comics brings to comics life tales based on one of the most fondly remembered mystery and horror radio shows in history. In striking black & white as only Colón is well known for, we are swept into chilling mysteries including:
The Horla: A man is haunted by a mysterious, grotesque being only he can see… It seeks to enslave him, but in the end reveals its true intent–to destroy him.
Death of a Doll: An unidentified corpse in the morgue intrigues a reporter, who sets out to identify her and how she died. On her was a doll which cries “Kara Nana”, another name for the devil.
The Undead: A young woman discovers an obituary for her living husband.
Alive in the Grave: Seeing a man collapse in an alley, our hero rushes to help only to find that the man is dead. Jobless and desperate, he takes the man’s wallet, only to find out later he may not have been dead! He rushes back only to find that the man has been removed and buried…perhaps alive.
6×9, 112pp, B&W jacketed hardcover, $16.99 ISBN 978-1-56163-614-3
see the previews. Believe us when we say, this is Ernie’s pet project and he has gone all out!
From Eurotica, the next issue of Sizzle magazine:
Cornnell Clarke’s Peanut Butter series starts its 6th chapter right up. Kevin Taylor provides raunchy pin-ups including an amazing pull out poster in the middle. We introduce the new sex soaked action-packed detective sereis District 69 and more Barbarian Chicks.
8 1/2 x 11, full color magazine, $5.95
CLASSICS ILLUSTRATED #15 “The Call of the Wild”
By Jack London
Adapted by Charles Dixon and Ricardo Villagran
The story of Buck, the fiercely loyal and powerful dog of the Yukon, has been author Jack London’s most popular novel since it was first published in 1903. Celebrated comics writer Charles Dixon teams with artist Ricardo Villagran in this adaptation of London’s novel, which School Library Journal described as “handsome to look at, inviting to read, and a boon to anyone charged with introducing today’s youth to classic works.”
6½ x 9, 56pp., full-color hardcover: $9.99
And while this isn’t new, it’s being offered through comics stores for the first time:
#1-3 Boxed Set
Collecting THREE Geronimo Stilton best-seller hardcover graphic novels with over 150 pages of full-color comics! This Geronimo set takes fans from the voyage of Christopher Columbus, to Ancient Egypt, and the Coliseum in Rome! A great collection for the Holidays!
6 1/2 x 9, 168 pages, full-color, $29.99
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