Disney Masters v19 - Mickey Mouse - Trapped in the Shadow Dimension (2022)
Disney Masters v19 - Mickey Mouse - Trapped in the Shadow Dimension (2022)
English | CBR | 196 pages | 238.87 MB

Mickey Mouse is up against menacing shadows, monster robots, and a dimension of danger in epic comics adventures by modern-day Disney fan favorite Andrea "Casty" Castellan!
All of Mouseton is swooning over the odd "Mr. Benevolence," a masked philanthropist who can't stop doing good - or can he? Mickey thinks he's behind the vanishing of the atomic genius Dr. Einmug - and the arrest of Einmug's otherworldly helper, Atomo Bleep-Bleep! But things get strange when the villainous Pegleg Pete turns up where Mickey least expects him: a "Shadow Dimension" in which fiction becomes fact!
Walking in the footsteps of Disney giants Floyd Gottfredson and Romano Scarpa, Italian writer/artist Andrea "Casty" Castellan is among today's most inspired and beloved Mickey Mouse comics creators. After many reader requests, Fantagraphics Books is thrilled to present the first Disney Masters volume by the beloved Disney cartoonist Casty!
And "Trapped in the Shadow Dimension'' is just the start! Also: in this volume, Scrooge McDuck squares off with "The Terrible, Terrible Triple-Dimensional Beagle Boy''... while in "The World to Come," Mickey and Minnie are headed to far-off Illusitania for royal intrigue, robot war... and a showdown with that dastardly, poetic secret agent, The Rhyming Man!
Full-color illustrations


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Zero Hour and Other Stories (2014)
Zero Hour and Other Stories (2014)
English | CBR | 169 pages | 260.92 MB

Fantagraphics' popular EC Library series continues with the science fiction work of Jack Kamen. On the surface, Kamen's style may seem wholesome but dark surprises and twists lurk just below the surface. Contains 22 classic EC yarns along with the usual all-new biographical, historical, and critical essays that have made Fantagraphics' EC Library series the ultimate version of these classics.


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Krazy & Ignatz v01-v13 (2002-2012)
Krazy & Ignatz v01-v13 (2002-2012)
English | CBR | 13 Issues | 2.42 GB

Read the most acclaimed strip of all time from the beginning! The first three years of Herriman's masterpiece, finally back in print with modern production standards: all the full-page Sundays, plus the original articles and special features from the first edition. With its eternally beguiling love triangle of kat/dog/mouse, its fantastically inventive language, and its haunting, minimalist vistas, Krazy Kat has consistently been rated (literally) the best comic strip ever created.


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Nuft and the Last Dragons v02 - By Balloon to the North Pole (2022)
Nuft and the Last Dragons v02 - By Balloon to the North Pole (2022)
English | CBR | 161 pages | 237.12 MB

Epic comics adventures quick-cooked in dragon fire: the Nufts are back! This time Nuft and Nicky take to the skies - and battle a mad graffiti artist - or do they?


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Mr. Lightbulb (2022)
Mr. Lightbulb (2022)
English | CBR | 594 pages | 283.67 MB

In this electrifying graphic novel debut, Polish animator and cartoonist Wojtek Wawszczyk uses magical realism to tell a moving tale of finding light in a life full of darkness.
Mirroring the world we live in, the protagonist of this graphic novel comes from a broken home. However, in this case, the term is quite literal. Due to freak accidents at the steelworks where his parents work, his mom is snapped, his dad is flattened. As if that wasn't enough to deal with, one day, he suffers his own life-changing experience: mistakenly swallowing a glob of molten metal gives him the strange power to radiate heat and light - like a lightbulb. As he grows up, evolving from Bulb Boy to Mr. Lightbulb, he finds that his unique abilities can be a curse and a blessing; while they alienate him from others, they also allow him to shine.
At once surrealist, comedic, heartbreaking, bitterly sarcastic, and deeply sincere, Mr. Lightbulb is an essential work of comics autobio. With bold, expressive ink strokes and brilliant use of visual metaphor, Wojtek Wawszczyk renders an affecting self-portrait, as his protagonist balances challenging family dynamics with his creative ambitions and desire to forge his way in the world. This book, which clocks in at over 600 pages, combines a grand scope with brisk plotting, adding up to a tour de force of artistry and honesty.
Black-and-white illustrations throughout


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Three for the Money and Other Stories (2021)
Three for the Money and Other Stories (2021)
English | CBR | 240 pages | 309.96 MB

This volume of the New York Times' bestselling series of superbly restored, classic crime and horror EC Comics re-presents the work of Jack Kamen, Al Feldstein, and Ray Bradbury. Grand Master crime novelist Max Allan Collins (Road to Perdition) introduces these tales, which include the infamous "The Orphan" one of the stories that got EC Comics into hot water during the U.S. Senate's investigation into comic books. "The October Game" is adapted from the chilling classic short story by Ray Bradbury. A gruesome look at a malevolent Halloween party game perpetrated by a man who believes the child of his unfaithful wife is not his. In "Frozen Assets!," a woman and her lover seal her still-living husband in a chest freezer. "Standing Room Only" - a brother murders his twin sister and her husband, and disguises himself as her so he can inherit their estate. But then the estate lawyer makes a play for the "widow" ... "Three for the Money" - A woman finds her husband dead - with a knife in his back and a bullet in his head. The police arrest two suspects - but to get a conviction, they must determine who acted first. Who actually committed the murder, and who stabbed or shot a man who was already dead?


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Nemo - The Classic Comics Library #1-32 + Annual (1983-1992) Complete
Nemo - The Classic Comics Library #1-32 + Annual (1983-1992) Complete
English | CBR | 33 Issues | 1.7 GB

Nemo, the Classic Comics Library was a magazine devoted to the history and creators of vintage comic strips. Created by comics historian Rick Marschall, it was published in the 1980s by Fantagraphics.
Nemo ran for 32 issues (the last being a double issue) plus one annual. Most issues were edited by Marschall. The title was taken from the classic comic strip Little Nemo. While some issues were thematic, most were a mix of articles, interviews, comic strip reprints and more.
Marschall later went on to co-found another magazine about comics, Hogan's Alley.


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Simply Samuel (2017)
Simply Samuel (2017)
English | CBR | 139 pages | 98.21 MB

This graphic novel unfolds in front of the reader as a puzzle of short stories and moment-capturing images. Samuel is a pale, ghost-like character, drawn in clear line, against the controlled psychedelia of color and form. He exists almost invisible to his surroundings, a hero of the ordinary. Musturi's precise storytelling is about individuality and loneliness among others, and of freedom, pondering our daily actions and the choices and values behind them, all evidenced by Samuel's peculiar actions.


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MBDL My Badly Drawn Life (2022)
MBDL My Badly Drawn Life (2022)
English | CBR | 146 pages | 123.61 MB

This coming-of-age graphic memoir is a relentless and exhilarating journey to the depths of the human condition, rendered with precision and verve by one of the world's greatest living cartoonists.
"You've always got to laugh at tragedy. That's why I laugh about my ailment. Ailments. About being a sexual spastic. About my perennial, cowardly, tantalizing desire to die. You can laugh about anything. Almost." Spoken by his self-depiction, these bitter words set the tone for Gipi's pitch-black humor in this unvarnished and uncompromising autobiographical tale. A young adult adrift in the world, Gipi's stand-in grapples with sexuality, insecurity, deception, depression, drug use, fading friendships, and the capricious cruelties of the world as he struggles to determine whether his life is worth living.
Drawn in Gipi's signature elegantly scribbled ink style and punctuated by vivid watercolor splashes, My Badly Drawn Life weaves through the past and present, through narratives both real and imagined, to create an impressionistic account of his complex inner life. In this kaleidoscopic journey into the depths of his psyche, Gipi processes the shadowy traumas of his upbringing; in doing so, he produces a gripping work of utter cartooning mastery. Black-and-white illustrations with some color


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Life of Che - An Impressionistic Biography (2022)
Life of Che - An Impressionistic Biography (2022)
English | CBR | 92 pages | 97.67 MB

Published in 1969, this Argentine graphic biography about Ernesto "Che" Guevara was an instant bestseller. Banned by a military dictatorship, and almost lost, it has never been available in English - until now.
Life of Che is one of the most anticipated entries in Fantagraphics' The Alberto Breccia Library. Originally released as part of a graphic biography series in January 1969, it came out in Argentina only a year after Ernesto "Che" Guevara had died and reached an audience beyond comics readers. In the 1970s, the military government raided its publisher, destroying the means to reprint the book. The comic was presumed to be lost to history, until a publisher in Spain restored it in 1987. It has never been translated into English until now.
The book begins in Bolivia in 1967, then flashes back through Che's life - his childhood, his radicalizing motorcycle trip with Alberto Granado, his taking up of arms in Guatemala, his meeting with Fidel Castro, and his subsequent military and political maneuvers, ending in a fade-out to his death. Alberto Breccia and his son, Enrique, drew Life of Che. Enrique draws the Bolivia passages in a woodcut style, while Alberto depicts the flashbacks in his trademark, expressionistic black-and-white. It is primarily set in the field and with the people. Héctor Germán Oesterheld (The Eternaut) blends his authorial voice with Che's first-person. Life of Che is imbued with a sense of immediacy, as both Che and, eventually, Oesterheld would meet their ends by a military government backed by the American CIA. As Pablo Turnes writes in his afterword, it is "the testament of someone consciously marching toward his revolutionary death."
Black-and-white illustrations throughout


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Boy's Club (2016)
Boy's Club (2016)
English | CBR | 177 pages | 147.66 MB

Cartoonist Matt Furie's deadpan comics showcase slacker roommates Andy, Brett, Landwolf, and Pepe in a series of comical vignettes combining laconic psychedelia, childlike enchantment, drug-fueled hedonism, and impish mischief. The perpetually insouciant glaze of his characters belie the sharp verbal and visual wit of Furie, who delivers a stoner classic for the Tumblr generation. In fact, Furie's wildly popular teenage weirdoes became an overnight internet sensation when Pepe the Frog was widely adopted by users of 4chan and remixed ad infinitum from there (including uses by pop stars like Nicki Minaj and Katy Perry), giving Boy's Club built-in recognition with many. A spiritual cousin to Simon Hanselmann's Megahex and Joán Cornella's Mox Nox, Boy's Club's sense of humor will especially resonate with fans of stoner comedies and black humor.


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Blacklung (2012)
Blacklung (2012)
English | CBR | 131 pages | 242.20 MB

In a night of piratical treachery when an arrogant school teacher is accidentally shanghaied aboard the frigate Hand, his fate becomes inextricably fettered to that of a sardonic gangster. Dependent on one another for survival in their strange and dangerous new home, the two form an unlikely alliance as they alternately elude or confront the thieves and cutthroats that bad luck has made their companions and captors. After an act of terrible violence, the teacher is brought before the ship's captain and instructed to use his literary skills to aid him in writing his memoirs. He is to serve as scribe for a man who, in his remaining years, has made it his mission to commit as many acts of evil as possible in order to ensure that he meet his dead wife in hell. As the captain's protected confidant, finding his only comfort in the few books afforded him, the teacher bears witness to monstrous brutality, relentless cruelty, strange wisdom, and a journey of redemption through loss of faith. Chris Wright's Blacklung is unquestionably one of the most impressive graphic novel debuts in recent years, a sweeping, magisterially conceived, visually startling tale of violence, amorality, fortitude, and redemption, one part Melville, one part Peckinpah. Blacklung is a story that lives up to the term graphic novel, that could only exist in sequential pictures -- densely textured, highly stylized, delicately and boldly rendered drawings that is, taken together, wholly original.


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(You and Your) Big Mouth #1-7 (1992-1998) Complete
(You and Your) Big Mouth #1-7 (1992-1998) Complete
English | CBR | 7 Issues | 135.68 MB

Pat Moriarity draws short tales by a host of guest writers.
Issues #1-2 are published by Starhead Comix, and #3-7 are published by Fantagraphics Books.


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Enough Astronaut Blood to Last the Winter (2015)
Enough Astronaut Blood to Last the Winter (2015)
English | CBR | 252 pages | 155.90 MB

Derek Van Gieson's Enough Astronaut Blood to Last the Winter is part fine-art book, part travelogue documenting the author's turbulent and fruitful period of time spent in New York City. Through drawings, paintings, photography, and short fiction, Van Gieson delivers an intense experience wrought with heartbreak, joy, destruction, perseverance, and whimsy. Enough Astronaut Blood to Last the Winterechoes influences of seminal artists like George Grosz and Richard Brautigan through its unique ability to entertain and engross. Enough Astronaut Blood to Last the Winter is sure to serve as an art object, conversation piece, and a well-worn carry-on for years to come.


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Eight-Lane Runaways (2020)
Eight-Lane Runaways (2020)
English | CBR | 92 pages | 95.53 MB

In this graphic novel, readers follow various characters' paths in a fantastical world of endless tracks. One runner relies on her poncho to give her direction. Another deals with a suddenly missing appendage. There are also algebra dogs, a juice institute, and a helpful network that consists of miles of string that proves that, no matter how far apart, the friends you can rely on are the ones you met while traversing life's twisty-turny trails. Cartoonist Henry McCausland's flowing page layouts showcase his elaborate landscapes and thrilling kinetic energy, matching them with a laugh-out-loud, idiosyncratic sense of humor.


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A Cockeyed Menagerie - The Drawings of T.S. Sullivant (2021) (Fixed)
A Cockeyed Menagerie - The Drawings of T.S. Sullivant (2021) (Fixed)
English | CBR | 399 pages | 590.65 MB

The long-overdue, definitive career retrospective of an early-20th-century gag cartoonist. From the 1880s to the Roaring 1920s, Sullivant took to the drawing board and dreamed up all manner of hilarious gag cartoons featuring animals of all stripes, perennial American "types" like hayseeds and hobos, and classic characters from myths and biblical tales. These comics haven't seen the light of day since their initial appearance in pioneering humor magazines like Puck and Judge over a century ago. Includes essays by John Cuneo, Peter de Seve, Barry Blitt, Steve Brodner, Rick Marshall, Nancy Beiman, and R.C. Harvey, with a foreword by cartoonist Jim Woodring.


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Metax (2022)
Metax (2022)
English | CBR | 287 pages | 269.03 MB

A society, greedily dependent on a mysterious natural resource, meets a force indifferent to social or class status in this graphic novel. In the dystopian city-state of Kronin, the chief engineer is in charge of all mining of Metax - a precious material that has become indispensable to survival because of its extraordinary qualities. Meanwhile, a police officer investigates the mysterious killing of royal horses, suspecting a terrorist insurrection. Sabrina, the engineer's daughter, is a member of this resistance group, which appears to be comprised of children. Meanwhile, the King's hidden hand sets in motion a power play that will change the destiny of the kingdom forever, and all of these characters get caught up together in a whirlwind of violence and faith.
This lusciously illustrated, science fiction fantasy by French cartoonist Antoine Cossé moves with the grace of a swan. Dark, romantic, and compassionate, it is an exploration of greed, its consequences, and the possibility of escape.


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Ditch Life (2019)
Ditch Life (2019)
English | CBR | 107 pages | 141.24 MB

Two ditch dwelling degenerates and a dog are the protagonists of this dark comedy from acclaimed filmmaker and animator Amy Lockhart. Body horror, celebrity obsession, and wealth disparity collide in this satirical romp about an aspiring plastic surgeon to the stars who is forced to live in a shapeshifting, maggot-infested pizza box.


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Chartwell Manor (2021)
Chartwell Manor (2021)
English | CBR | 235 pages | 489.00 MB

This series is rated Adults Only
DISCLAIMER: TBD
No one asks for the childhood they get, and no child ever deserved to go to Chartwell Manor. For Glenn Head, his two years spent at the now-defunct Mendham, NJ, boarding school - run by a serial sexual and emotional abuser of young boys in the early 1970s - left emotional scars in ways that he continues to process. This graphic memoir - a book almost 50 years in the making - tells the story of that experience, and then delves with even greater detail into the reverberations of that experience in adulthood, including addiction and other self-destructive behavior. Head tells his story with unsparing honesty, depicting himself as a deeply flawed human struggling to make sense of the childhood he was given.
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Aquatlantic (2020)
Aquatlantic (2020)
English | CBR | 56 pages | 87.62 MB

A Raw artist returns, and Atlantis exists, in this new and original graphic novel from one of the great Italian comics masters, published in English for the first time. In this graphic novel, Aqualantics maintain a fragile peace with their "surface brothers"-as long as their world remains a myth. But when an actor who plays the character of the "indefensible Earthman," all cynicism and vulgarity, is gradually possessed by his role, a chain reaction jeopardizes the entire kingdom and the uneasy peace between the two species. Giorgio Carpinteri's sheer graphic brilliance - fusing aspects of Futurism, Cubism, Russian Constructivism, and German Expressionism with echoes of Bauhaus and distinct whims of Art Deco - would be enough to carry this brilliant fantasy, but Aqualantic is also a lyrical, allegorical masterpiece exploring the relationship between the conscious and unconscious, the known and the unknown.


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