Celebrate the 20th anniversary of this hauntingly evocative graphic novel written by Dean Motter and Judith Dupre, and featuring lavishly painted artwork by superstar Sean (Fatale, Criminal) Philliips! "Science transformed his body, artistry inspired his soul." The Heart of the Beast explores the timeless themes of classic horror literature, set against the backdrop of New York City's decadent art world of the nineties. Sandra, a beautiful and young bartender, meets the enigmatic Victor, a man with strange scars and stranger secrets. A tale of gothic love and modern horror, this graphic novel drew praise from critics and fans alike, and is long overdue for a 2014 release in an all-new prestige format edition. This newly digitally remastered edition features additional scrapbook material and commentary by the creators.
Visionary designer and comics creator Dean Motter (Mister X, Electropolis, Batman: Nine Lives) returns with the purest expression to date of his patented retro futurism! Terminal City is a place where transistor-tube robots rub elbows with old-time gangsters, where bright, shiny technologies cast deep noir shadows. Teaming Motter with celebrated artist Michael Lark (Daredevil, Gotham Central), this massive collection reprints the original series, along with its sequel, Terminal City: Aerial Graffiti! * All fourteen issues of the classic series, collected for the first time! * Eisner-and Harvey Award-nominated series! This is one of the best marriages of story and art I've seen in years and an absolute delight to read. -Alex Ross, artist of Marvels and Kingdom Come
For the last several months, Alfred has been hiding a fatal secret, one he intends to take with him to the grave. At last, Batman learns the truth about Alfred's progressing illness...but knowing about it and curing it are two different things.
When Mister X hit the shelves twenty-five years ago, no one had ever seen anything like it — a fusion of film noir, Art Deco, and German Expressionism channeled through the talents of the greatest up-and-coming artists of the day. The story of a utopian city with architecture that drove its inhabitants mad and the never-sleeping architect who quested tirelessly for a cure, Mister X captivated a generation of comics fans and creators, transforming the landscape of their chosen medium forever. Still as inspiring and compelling as the first time it saw print, the entire run of Mister X written by Dean Motter gets the deluxe treatment in this volume, every page of its groundbreaking artwork painstakingly restored.
The psychetecture upon which Radiant City was built is driving its residents insane, and only Mister X can help! If that wasn't enough, a government coup has thrust Radiant City into turmoil, initiating a countdown that could embroil everyone Mister X holds dear in a deadly new conflict! This volume collects Mister X: Eviction #1-#3, Mister X: Hard Candy, and the rarely seen short story Mister X: The Vanishing Breed. * A great jumping-on point to the classic series! * What is the secret behind Radiant City's pyschetecture?!
Dennis Culver delivers seaside high jinks in _Davey Jones and the Mystery of the Monocle Men_, Justin Aclin and Nicol��s Daniel Selma's _S.H.O.O.T. First_ is back in action against secular threats, Kel McDonald takes you on a balloon ride in _Across the Channel_, and Mike Baron and Steve Rude complete their long-running _Nexus_ story "Into the Past"! * Plus, new installments of _Cruel Biology_, _Mister X_, _Integer City_, _The Deleted_, _Miss Cranbourne_, and _Mr. Monster_! "Dark Horse's prestigious anthology series . . . showcases emerging talent alongside some of the greatest writers, artists and cartoonists comics has to offer, as well as promising new and underground talents."ComicsAlliance "Comics' best kept secret trove of great comics."Comic Book Resources
This horror anthology offers three offbeat horror stories to darken your summer days, VERTIGO-style. A silent child discovers a microscopic world that others don't want her to see in "Maggie and Her Microscope" (written by Dean Motter with art by Bill Sienkiewicz); a pair of feds on surveillance play a sordid game of psychological chess in "Food Chain" (written by Brian Azzarello with art by Eduardo Risso); and a young woman discovers a ghastly photograph on a street corner, only to discover that it's the first piece to an even more gruesome puzzle, in "Found Object" (written by Bob Fingerman with art by Pat McKeown).
The best-selling anthology just upped the ante! This giant new issue boasts installments of _Ghost_, _Mister X_, and the debut of Michael Avon Oeming's _The Wild Rover_! *Delve into sci-fi with a new comic tie-in to TNT's _Falling Skies_!
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