China the late 1700′s. High up in the mountains, in a poverty stricken village, lives a young girl. On a bright sunny day shes called back home to discover that her whole family have been slain in a vendetta attack. Could it be the local Bao Gang, known for their bullying antics, opium smuggling, and employed by a wealthy farmer to stop the village from rebelling — or someone closer to home? Reprinting in deluxe hard cover format, the smash-hit sold-out four issue mini series with an additional gallery of cover art by Kit Wallis.
When Lucy throws Schroeder’s piano into the Kite-Eating Tree, Charlie Brown and Snoopy must find a way to save the instrument from being chomped. "The Piano-Eating Tree" and many more Peanuts advenutres can be found in this months’s issue of all-out fun!
Meet Man: He’s witty, carefree, and probably not sober. He's Dean Martin meets Jack Benny, Don Draper, and Jack Donaghy. He imparts upon readers his clever, unabashed musings of romance, party culture, and bachelorhood. The life of the party, the collected contemplations in Man v. Liver will amuse and inform aspiring connoisseurs of class. In Man v. Liver, Man expels his alcohol-fueled wisdom to all who yearn to encapsulate themselves in a life of forgotten nights and fine tailored suits––which, as he will tell you, are handy to sleep in if you wish to be the best dressed at breakfast. Man v. Liver is a collection of witty musings accompanied by their creator: a roughly sketched, style-conscious bachelor who’s never short on quips aimed at fellow party guests, dates, and, of course, his beloved liver.
Cassie’s moved on from high school and into everything that comes with college. She’s lost interest in the parties and the popularity race that comes with the party scene. In fact she'd much prefer to spend some quiet time with her new friend Sam rather than party the night away, but when he pushes for some fun and her ex Eric seeks her out, she finds herself being pulled into a world that she thought she'd escaped forever.
It's a Ballroom Blitzkrieg in the streets of Stalingrad as Mother Russia fights her way through a sea of undead while a toddler is strapped to her back. The odds are a million to one and that's the good news. Not one step backwards in this 44-page conclusion to FUBAR's first stand-alone tale.
In Petalwink’s fourth book, the day-long Annual Forest Fairy Fest celebration is just under way. When Petalwink discovers that all her expensive gifts have gone missing, she excludes herself from the fun of the day by feeling sorry for herself. Petalwink learns that special occasion or not, the best way to give of yourself is from the heart and out of thoughtfulness for others.
Written & Illustrated by Angela Sage Larsen. 36 beautiful full color pages with special page of questions for discussion. Ideal for readers ages 3-8.
El Cid. The legendary warrior of medieval Spain whose battles were a precursor for the upcoming Crusades in Europe and the Middle East. Banished from his own Kingdom, the 'Cid' continues to fight, at various times on the side of both Muslim and Christian to bring a nation into being. Amazing painted full color images by acclaimed noted artist Wayne Reid and written by award winning author Gary Reed. Part 2 of 2.