Tuesday, April 21, 2015

ALL STAR RECOMMENDS for APRIL 21ST


Hi there, bleary-eyed streamers of high-quality Marvel Television product and welcome to another Recommends.


Very sad news last week as legendary artist Herb Trimpe passed away aged 75. Trimpe was a prolific penciller whose Marvel-friendly style added some curves to the stylised blockiness of Jack Kirby without shedding any of the King’s energy. A creator with a three-decade long tenure at Marvel, his recounting of his eventual dismissal makes for heartbreaking but essential reading.Trimpe’s legacy is well and truly secure, however, as he was not only the first man to ever draw Wolverine, but also the creator of what is indisputably the definitive depiction of The Hulk. His image of Hulk mid-leap, scowling, one hand outstretched towards us, the other raised ready to hammer-smash us, has left an indelible image on the collective imagination of the comics fan and will likely never be replaced. I daresay many of you can picture it in your heads right now. THAT is the mark of a powerful artist. He’s going to outlive us all.



In cheerier news, Homecooked Comics Festival is coming up in Melbourne on April 25th and 26th. With many great creators in attendance, including Dylan Horrocks (*swoon*), Paul Peart-Smith and Madeleine Rosca, a fundraiser to cover costs is currently underway. You can find out all about that here. I’ll be there for sure the afternoon of the 26th following an Avengers screening.Phew. Comics. They sure aren’t going anywhere, huh?


COMIC OF THE WEEK: MR UNPRONOUNCEABLE AND THE SECT OF THE BLEEDING EYE BY TIM MOLLOY

Published by Milk Shadow Books

Just as hundreds of readers snapped up Richard Flanagan’s The Narrow Road to the Deep North after its Booker win, last week I leapt aboard the psychedelic bandwagon driven by the Ledger and Aurealis award-winning Tim Molloy. It’s a helluva bandwagon too; with a motor cobbled together from the weird tales of Clark Ashton Smith, H.P Lovecraft and, perhaps it’s just me, Jim Woodring and mid-‘70s Doctor Strange.

In this particular adventure, spanning three separate stories crafted by Molloy between 2013-2014, Mr Unpronounceable, “Homeless Necromancer,” blunders his way through The City of the Ever Open Eye where a cult of heretics “rotten with blasphemy” threaten to tear the place apart. Surprising twists and turns await, taking our hero across the dimensions right to the start of it all.

Molloy clearly loves his old weird fiction and has a great deal of fun with the purple prose and overwrought dialogue often found in such works. Mr Unpronounceable (who, not coincidentally I suspect, looks like an undead Jeffrey Combs from the Re-Animator movies) spouts such tremendous expository dialogue as, “The antechamber is decorated with the mummified corpses of vanquished gods, scoured from the world by the punitive powers of the silent monks!” Bless you for that line alone, Mr Molloy.

Molloy’s grey-toned art is open and clean and the numerous facial expressions of his protagonist areterrific. His landscapes are particularly detailed and fittingly psychedelic – a full splash of a mausoleum on the outskirts of the city being a personal highlight. Mr Unpronounceable and the Sect of the Bleeding Eye is a well-deserved award-winner and an extremely fun piece of comics.


WEBCOMIC OF THE WEEK: WE GO FORWARD BY SHENANIGANSEN

Short and bittersweet this week. Trapped in their immediate surrounding space, characters in an old video game try and overcome the obstacle right in front of them. The less said here the better. Great stuff.



COMICS VIDEO OF THE WEEK: HAUNTED MACHINES WARREN ELLIS

My advance capsule review of Injection #1 by Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire dropped last week. If you have any interest at all in smart genre mash-ups I’d suggest you run into the store screaming for a pre-order ASAP.

One thing I admire greatly about Ellis is his increasing trust in the intelligence of his audience. Either that or he just doesn’t care if you keep up anymore. His recent comics Trees and Injection have little interest in the ‘set up-exposition-fight-cliffhanger’ paradigm that Lee and Kirby so wonderfully perfected. Mainstream comics outside of the Big Two are more and more becoming like smart television in this structural regard and Ellis (and Sex by Joe Casey also comes to mind) is at the forefront of this change.

In any event, here’s a talk by Ellis titled Haunted Machines that he gave at the recent FutureEverything conference, wherein he discusses the intersection of technology and magic. It’s fascinating stuff, featuring Ellisian nuggets like, “The story of magical language is in fact the history of scientific method.” It feels, to this lucky advance reader, like a nice appendix to Injection. It may also just change the way you look at your smartphone.


See you next week. Love your comics.



Cameron Ashley spends a lot of time writing comics and other things you’ll likely never read. He’s the chief editor and co-publisher of Crime Factory (www.thecrimefactory.com). You can reach him @cjamesashley on Twitter.






Monday, April 20, 2015

New Comics For Wednesday 22nd of April



AVENGERS AGE OF ULTRON IS NIGH!!! Only a few more days before we get to enjoy the next Marvel Cinematic Universe chapter on the big screen. Then there is the wonderful annual HOMECOOKED COMICS FESTIVAL, presented by Squishface Studio and the City of Darebin happening this weekend at Northcote Town Hall to also look forward too! Also add to that the countdown to FREE COMIC BOOK DAY has well and truly begun and we couldn't be more excited! Of course there is still this week's excellent reads to get through first.

Cosmic gods and abilities get wrapped up with the climax to Marvel most recent space saga in GOTG AND X-MEN BLACK VORTEX OMEGA #1. More Multiple Universes then you can poke a stick at with another week of DC's CONVERGENCE #3 and tie ins. Mark Waid returns to his villain study with his "what happens now the bad guy won" story, EMPIRE UPRISING #1. Disney comic classics head back to the shelves with the first in a new line of books from IDW in UNCLE SCROOGE #1. More mad capped tales from the Thrilling Adventure Hour team in their second comic adaptation, this time a ghostly jaunt with BEYOND BELIEF #1. That wonderful chap, Chip Zdarsky is back in the writer's seat to supply us all with a space adventure gone wrong with KAPTARA #1. The stunning new re-releases of the Brubaker/Phillips classic continues with CRIMINAL TP VOL 04 BAD NIGHT. Another local creator, Tom Taylor gives us his very best at Tony Stark being very bad in SUPERIOR IRON MAN PREM HC VOL 01 INFAMOUS. Mark Millar has fun with speedsters in the superpowered crime spree, MPH TP. UFOLOGY #1 from the Wood's James Tynion IV mentions being touched by and Alien...how could that go wrong?! SCOTT PILGRIM COLOUR HC VOL 06 wraps up the everything we loved about Scott in primary and secondary colours!

Something else there you forgot to tell us you wanted? Don't sweat it, just let us know to stash it and all will be good! :D

MARVEL
ALL NEW X-MEN #40
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #17.1
AMAZING X-MEN #19
AVENGERS MAGAZINE #1
AVENGERS MILLENNIUM #4 (OF 4)
AVENGERS OPERATION HYDRA #1
AVENGERS WORLD #20 TRO
BLACK WIDOW #17
GOTG AND X-MEN BLACK VORTEX OMEGA #1 BV
GUARDIANS OF GALAXY #26
HULK #15
INHUMAN SPECIAL #1
MARVEL UNIVERSE GUARDIANS OF GALAXY #3 (OF 4)
STAR WARS #4
UNBEATABLE SQUIRREL GIRL #4
WOLVERINES #15

DC COMICS
BATMAN 66 #22
BATMAN ARKHAM KNIGHT #3
CONVERGENCE #3 (OF 8)
CONVERGENCE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #1
CONVERGENCE BATMAN & THE OUTSIDERS #1
CONVERGENCE FLASH #1
CONVERGENCE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #1
CONVERGENCE HAWKMAN #1
CONVERGENCE JUSTICE LEAGUE AMERICA #1
CONVERGENCE NEW TEEN TITANS #1
CONVERGENCE QUESTION #1
CONVERGENCE SUPERBOY & THE LEGION #1
CONVERGENCE SWAMP THING #1
CONVERGENCE WONDER WOMAN #1
MAD MAGAZINE #533

VERTIGO
EFFIGY #4
SUICIDERS #3

BOOM
ADVENTURE TIME MARCELINE GONE ADRIFT #4
CLIVE BARKERS NIGHTBREED #12
CURB STOMP #3
DAWN OF PLANET OF APES #6
SUICIDE RISK #24
UFOLOGY #1

DARK HORSE
BTVS SEASON 10 #14
FRANKENSTEIN UNDERGROUND #2 (OF 5)
GRINDHOUSE DRIVE IN BLEED OUT #4 (OF 8)
HALO ESCALATION #17
MIND MGMT #32
TOMB RAIDER #15

DYNAMITE
HOLMES VS HOUDINI #5 (OF 5)
KING FLASH GORDON #3 (OF 4)

IDW
BORDERLANDS FALL OF FYRESTONE #8
DRONES #1 (OF 5)
EDWARD SCISSORHANDS #7 WHOLE AGAIN
EMPIRE UPRISING #1
FLY OUTBREAK #2 (OF 5)
GALAXY QUEST JOURNEY CONTINUES #4 (OF 4)
INFINITE LOOP #1 (OF 6)
MAXX MAXXIMIZED #18
MIAMI VICE REMIX #2 (OF 5)
MY LITTLE PONY FIENDSHIP IS MAGIC #4 NIGHTMARE MOON
SKYLANDERS #8 RTN OF DRAGON KING
TRANSFORMERS WINDBLADE COMBINER WARS #2
UNCLE SCROOGE #1
ZOMBIES VS ROBOTS #4

IMAGE
BEYOND BELIEF #1
CHEW #48
DEADLY CLASS #12
EMPTY #3
INTERSECT #6
INVISIBLE REPUBLIC #2
KAPTARA #1
LAZARUS #16
MANIFEST DESTINY #14
POSTAL #3
SATELLITE SAM #13
VELVET #10

MISC
BLACK HOOD #3
DIVINITY #3 (OF 4)
HOAX HUNTERS 2015 #1 (OF 5)
IVAR TIMEWALKER #4
LADY MECHANIKA TABLET OF DESTINIES #1 (OF 6)
LIFE AFTER #9
NINJAK #2

TRADES
ARMY OF DARKNESS ASH GETS HITCHED TP
ART OF THE UNCHARTED TRILOGY HC
ATTACK ON TITAN GN VOL 15
BALLISTIC TP VOL 01
BART SIMPSON BLASTOFF TP
BATMAN 66 HC VOL 03
BATMAN 66 TP VOL 02
CARTOON NETWORK ALL-STAR OMNIBUS TP
CRIMINAL TP VOL 04 BAD NIGHT
CRIMNIAL MACABRE THIRD CHILD TP
DEATH DEFYING DR MIRAGE TP
EVIL EMPIRE TP VOL 01
FIGHT LIKE A GIRL LEARNING CURVE TP
GFT WONDERLAND THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS TP
HULK FUTURE IMPERFECT TP NEW PTG
JUSTICE LEAGUE 3000 TP VOL 02 THE CAMELOT WAR (N52)
LOKI AGENT OF ASGARD TP VOL 02 I CANNOT TELL A LIE
MPH TP
RED SONJA TRAVELS TP VOL 02
ROBYN HOOD ONGOING TP VOL 01 RIOT GIRLS
ROT & RUIN TP WARRIOR SMART
SCOTT PILGRIM COLOR HC VOL 06 (OF 6)
SPIDER-MAN COMPLETE ALIEN COSTUME SAGA TP BOOK 02
STARLING HC ASHLEY WOOD BOOK 01
STRAIN HC VOL 02 THE FALL
SUPERIOR IRON MAN PREM HC VOL 01 INFAMOUS
TERRIBLE LIZARD TP
TOWN CALLED DRAGON TP VOL 01
TRANSFORMERS CLASSICS TP VOL 08
TUROK DINOSAUR HUNTER TP VOL 02 WEST
VISION YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW TP NEW PTG
WILD BLUE YONDER HC
WINTERWORLD TP VOL 02 STRANDED
WITCHFINDER TP VOL 03 MYSTERIES OF UNLAND
WOLVERINES TP VOL 01 DANCING WITH DEVIL
WORMWOOD GENTLEMAN CORPSE HC THE FIRST FEW PINTS
X TP VOL 05 FLESH AND BLOOD
X-FILES SEASON 10 HC VOL 04
ZOMBIES THAT ATE THE WORLD HC VOL 01 (MR) (C: 0-0-

MERCH
BATMAN ANIMATED BAS MAN BAT AF
BATMAN ANIMATED NBA CREEPER AF

BACK IN STOCK
CHRONONAUTS #1 2ND PTG
DC COMICS BATMAN WOOD FIGURE
DC COMICS BOMBSHELLS STARGIRL STATUE
DC COMICS BOMBSHELLS ZATANNA STATUE
PRINCESS LEIA #1 (OF 5)  2ND PTG VAR

SILK #2  2ND PTG VAR

Thursday, April 16, 2015

NIGHTCRAWLER DVD GIVEAWAY!


NIGHTCRAWLER is a pulse-pounding thriller set in the nocturnal underbelly of contemporary Los Angeles.

In his Golden Globe-nominated performance, Jake Gyllenhaal is Lou Bloom, a driven young man desperate for work who discovers the high-speed world of L.A. crime journalism. Finding a group of freelance camera crews who film crashes, fires, murder and other mayhem, Lou muscles into the cut-throat, dangerous realm of nightcrawling, where each police siren wail equals a possible windfall and victims are converted into dollars and cents. Aided by a career-oriented veteran of the bloodsport that is tabloid news, Nina, (Rene Russo), Lou blurs the line between observer and participant to become the star of his own story.

Thanks to those excellent people from Madman Entertainment and Nightcrawler, out on blu-ray and DVD now, we have 3 DVD's to give away!

To go into the draw for your chance to win all you need to do is tell us, "What other X-men character names would make for good film titles and what would they be about? "

Terms and Conditions:

Only entries made on the Facebook Page will be included in the draw, then entries will go into the All Star Barrel and winners will be drawn at random.

Entries close 6pm Tuesday 21st of April and winners will be announced Thursday the 22nd. Winners will be notified by Facebook as to when their prizes will be available to be collected. 

Winners must produce photo ID upon pick up. 

Prizes MUST be picked up no later than a week after the draw. 

Any remaining prizes after this date will be given away at our discretion to make sure they don't go to waste.

A huge thanks again to MADMAN and NIGHTCRAWLER, on Blu-Ray and DVD NOW!

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

ALL STAR RECOMMENDS FOR APRIL 14TH, 2015

Hi there,

Welcome to the week we all refuse to leave our homes until thirteen hours of Daredevil have been consumed spoiler-free. A hearty good luck to you in that endeavour.

It was a busy week that was for local comics and, sadly, I had to miss all of it. On April 9th, I managed to just pop in to A Thousand Words, a comics/cartoonist night held at Brunswickarts, before having to pop off again just as quickly. Seemed like a decent turnout by a nice, supportive crowd.

Most importantly, The Ledger Awards were held April 10th. I understand All Star’s own Cazz was on the judging panel and she had quite the task. Congrats to all those nominated and of course the winners who were:
Bronze: 

Gente Corriente by Thomas Campi and Vincent Zabus 



Ned Kelly by Monty Wedd



Mr Unpronounceable and The Sect of the Bleeding Eye by Tim Molloy



Frankie Holliday by Nic Lawson



Monster Zero by Frank Candiloro



Squishzine Brunstown by Squishface Studio



Silver: 
Very Quiet, Very Still by Chris Gooch



Itty Bitty Bunnies in Rainbow Pixie Candy Land Save Xmas by Dean Rankine



Gold: 
Pinocchio by Tim McBurnie and David Chauvel



Awkwood by Jase Harper



Platinum(for contributions to the artform):
John Ryan and Alisha Jade 


COMIC OF THE WEEK:BEAUTIFUL DARKNESS BY FABIEN VEHLMANN AND KERASCOET

Published by Drawn & Quarterly

One of the most acclaimed comics of recent years is Beautiful Darkness by writer Fabien Vehlmann and the husband and wife illustrative team of Marie Pommepuy and S├ębastien Cosset, who collaborate under the name of Kerascoet.

This excellently designed hardcover stars a number of fairy-like beings that live inside the body of a little girl named Aurora. When Aurora dies under mysterious circumstances, her corpse left lying on its back in the forest, the pixies have no choice but to leave their home and venture out into the wide world...our world. As Aurora’s body decomposes in rather realistic detail, the characters face backwoods horrors akin to a survivalist horror movie and find themselves picked off by forest creatures and, most shockingly, the cruelty and selfishness of their behaviour towards one another. Like Disney gone Lord of the Flies, the cute little characters obliviously consign one another to maiming and death.

The humour is pitch black. You’ll laugh as some poor misfortune befalls a character, then grit your teeth as misfortune turns horrific. It’s increasingly dark as its gorgeous watercolour pages flip by, but the real genius of Beautiful Darkness is in its structure. Beginning almost as series of off-colour bit-gags, the story unfolds and tension climbs as the acts of cruelty increase in their frequency and severity. It all leads to a climax that’s inevitable, yet still more than clever enough to twist the knife.

Okay, you say, but what’s the point? Are the pixies aspects of the dead girl’s personality, as some believe? Is this all an allegory about how horrible the world is? How existential dread or a lack of empathy, or a profound sense of selfishness and entitlement can lead to our downfall?

I shrug my shoulders at you.

The creators have gone out of their way to deny any meaning or significance in pretty much anything in the book, which further opens it up to individual readings. It’s all very thoroughly postmodern in that regard, the author being dead and all, and it’s refreshing to see comics creators refusing to pin down their art. For example, of Aurora’s death Vehlmann says, “...you can be sure that a majority of the readers will think there was a murder. But we never say that. Never. And we'll never say that it's a murder. Some of the readers may be disappointed by the end because there is no explanation. All we will say is that there is a corpse in the forest. Is she real or is she not is a question? Is there a link between that girl and the man in the forest? It's a good question but there is no answer.”

I could give you my reading, but where’s the fun in that? Pick up Beautiful Darkness and go do your own.



WEBCOMIC OF THE WEEK: OUT OF SKIN BY EMILY CARROLL

Seeing as we’ve already got one body in the woods this week, let’s add a few more, eh? Out of Skin is a typically great slice of beloved Canadian creator Emily Carroll’s phantasmagorical gothic that, like Beautiful Darkness, returns some grimness to the fairy tale.

Over six scrolling screens, Carroll weaves the tale of an unfortunate woman, living alone in the woods, who stumbles upon a mass grave. I will say little else except to note how expertly she injects some creepy claustrophobia into her lush pages through the use of POV “peephole” panels. Out of Skin is beautiful to look at and smartly told. Watch out also for the sneaky bit of flash and ruminate on the man in the red riding hood.




COMICS VIDEO OF THE WEEK:THE MEN WITHOUT FEAR: CREATING DAREDEVIL

You didn’t think we’d get through this week Daredevil free, did you? At deadline, I’m one episode in and it actually exceeded my expectations. Here’s hoping it holds up. To celebrate, here’s The Men Without Fear: Creating Daredevil, a terrific nine-part documentary. I’ve chosen to highlight the ten minutes of Frank Miller for you as it seems most appropriate in the context of the TV show, but it’s all great.

Miller takes us through his Daredevil run, what drew him to the character and shares his own amazement at what he was able to get away with. You may disagree with some of his opinions, but it’s hard to dislike a man who says, “We’ve felt so long like we were the bastard little nephew of media that we’ve forgotten that we’re better at certain things than they are,” even if that sounds rather ironic in wake of The Spirit movie.

If you’re pressed for time, do ensure you also watch the bittersweet segment with the late, great Gene Colan, whose passion, integrity and dedication to his craft shines through. Also recommended is the voluble John Romita Jr, who’s refreshingly unpretentious about juggling his artistic desire with the commercial realities of the business.



See you next week. Love your comics.



Cameron Ashley spends a lot of time writing comics and other things you’ll likely never read. He’s the chief editor and co-publisher of Crime Factory (www.thecrimefactory.com). You can reach him @cjamesashley on Twitter.

Monday, April 13, 2015

New Comics For Wednesday 15th of April


Another fantastic week of books and along with the next All Star Women's Comic Book Club Meet Up on Saturday the 18 from 3PM at 1000 Pound Bend and things are looking pretty ace!

The second week of CONVERGENCE is here. Archie has had to deal with some pretty tough choices in the past, Blonde or Brunette. Now Dreadlocks are thrown in the mix in the latest AVP, ARCHIE VS PREDATOR #1. The follow up collection of the super successful all ages read about the world best and youngest master thief, BANDETTE HC VOL 02 STEALERS KEEPERS is out. The classic early Harley comic adventure get the special treatment with BATMAN ADVENTURES MAD LOVE DELUXE ED HC. John Carpenter The Thing meets Mad Max in Image's new collection, SPREAD TP VOL 01 NO HOPE. Getting a positive Aeon Flux/Run Lola Run feel from Eric Canete's latest, RUNLOVEKILL #1. Brian Wood's run on Moon Knight plays with your mind with MOON KNIGHT TP VOL 02 DEAD WILL RISE.

Like the look of something else, just let us know to stash it away for you! :D


MARVEL
AVENGERS MILLENNIUM #3 (OF 4)
BIG THUNDER MOUNTAIN RAILROAD #2 (OF 5)
CAPTAIN AMERICA AND MIGHTY AVENGERS #7
DEATHLOK #7
LEGENDARY STAR LORD #11 BV
LOKI AGENT OF ASGARD #13
MAGNETO #17
MS MARVEL #14
NOVA #29
SPIDER-MAN AND X-MEN #5
SUPERIOR IRON MAN #7
THOR #7
UNCANNY X-MEN #33
WOLVERINES #14

DC COMICS
CONVERGENCE #2 (OF 8)
CONVERGENCE AQUAMAN #1
CONVERGENCE BATMAN SHADOW OF THE BAT #1
CONVERGENCE CATWOMAN #1
CONVERGENCE GREEN ARROW #1
CONVERGENCE GREEN LANTERN PARALLAX #1
CONVERGENCE JUSTICE LEAGUE INTL #1
CONVERGENCE SUICIDE SQUAD #1
CONVERGENCE SUPERBOY #1
CONVERGENCE SUPERGIRL MATRIX #1
CONVERGENCE SUPERMAN MAN OF STEEL #1
INFINITE CRISIS FIGHT FOR THE MULTIVERSE #10
SENSATION COMICS FEATURING WONDER WOMAN #9
TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1
TEEN TITANS GO #9

VERTIGO
AMERICAN VAMPIRE SECOND CYCLE #7
HINTERKIND #17
KITCHEN #6 (OF 8)
STRANGE SPORTS STORIES #2 (OF 4)

BOOM
CAPTURE CREATURES #3
ETERNAL #4
GIANT DAYS #2
HEXED #9
LUMBERJANES #13
PEANUTS VOL 2 #27
SONS OF ANARCHY #20

DARK HORSE
ARCHIE VS PREDATOR #1
BPRD HELL ON EARTH #130
DARK HORSE PRESENTS 2014 #9
EI8HT #3 (OF 5)
GROO FRIENDS AND FOES #4
SHAPER #2 (OF 5)
STRAIN NIGHT ETERNAL #8

DYNAMITE
BATTLESTAR GALACTICA SIX #3 (OF 5)
DJANGO ZORRO #6 (OF 7)
KING THE PHANTOM #2 (OF 4)
LEGENDERRY VAMPIRELLA #3 (OF 5)
SHAFT #5

IDW
D4VE #3 (OF 5)
JUDGE DREDD CLASSICS DARK JUDGES #4 (OF 5)
MILLENNIUM #4 (OF 5)
MY LITTLE PONY FIENDSHIP IS MAGIC #3 SIRENS
OCTOBER FACTION #6
STAR TREK ONGOING #44
TRANSFORMERS #40 COMBINER WARS
X-FILES SEASON 10 #23

IMAGE
CHRONONAUTS #2
FADE OUT #5
GHOSTED #19
ODDLY NORMAL #6
REVIVAL #29
REYN #4
RUNLOVEKILL #1 (MR)
SECRET IDENTITIES #3
SHUTTER #11
SPAWN #251
STRAY BULLETS SUNSHINE & ROSES #3
TALES FROM THE CON YEAR TWO
TITHE #1

MISC
BETTY & VERONICA #275
BLOODSHOT REBORN #1
CROSSED PLUS 100 #4 (MR)
DOCTOR WHO 12TH #7
EPOCHALYPSE #5
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT IRIS ANNUAL #1
FOX (DARK CIRCLE) #1
LETTER 44 #15
OLD WOUNDS #1 (OF 4)
PRINCELESS PIRATE PRINCESS #3 (OF 4)
PUPPET MASTER #1
SABRINA #2
SIMPSONS COMICS #220
SIXTH GUN DUST TO DUST #2
UNITY #17

TRADES
100 BULLETS TP BOOK 02
ADVENTURE TIME ORIGINAL GN VOL 05 GRAYBLES SCHMAYB
ANGRY YOUTH COMIX HC
ARE YOU MY MOTHER A COMIC DRAMA SC
ARES & APHRODITE GN
ART OF HE MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE HC
ASTRO CITY DARK AGE TP VOL 01 BROTHERS & OTHER STRANGERS
BANDETTE HC VOL 02 STEALERS KEEPERS
BATMAN ADVENTURES MAD LOVE DELUXE ED HC
BEE AND PUPPYCAT TP VOL 01
BTVS SEASON 10 TP VOL 02 I WISH
DEADPOOL CLASSIC COMPANION TP
DEADSHOT BULLETPROOF TP
EARTH 2 HC VOL 05 THE KRYPTONIAN (N52)
EARTH 2 TP VOL 04 THE DARK AGE (N52)
FANTASTIC FOUR TP VOL 03 BACK IN BLUE
FILTH DELUXE EDITION HC
GRIMM FAIRY TALES VS WONDERLAND TP
GUNNERKRIGG COURT TP VOL 01
HALO ESCALATION TP VOL 02
INJUSTICE GODS AMONG US YEAR 2 TP VOL 01
INJUSTICE GODS AMONG US YEAR TWO HC VOL 02
LAST MAN GN VOL 01 STRANGER
LAST OF SANDWALKERS GN
MEN OF WRATH TP
MONSTER TP VOL 04 PERFECT ED URASAWA
MOON KNIGHT TP VOL 02 DEAD WILL RISE
NOVA TP VOL 05 AXIS
PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR TP VOL 01
POLAR HC VOL 02 EYE FOR AN EYE
PROMETHEUS FIRE & STONE TP
PUNKS THE COMIC TP VOL 01 NUTPUNCHER
RABBIDS GN VOL 01 BWAAAAAAAH
SANCTUARY TP VOL 01 FRESH MEAT
SCRAPBOOK UNCOLLECTED WORK 1990 2004 TP
SHAZAM A CELEBRATION OF 75 YEARS HC
SKRULLS MUST DIE TP COMPLETE SKRULL KILL KREW
SLEEPLESS KNIGHT PICTURE BOOK HC
SPREAD TP VOL 01 NO HOPE
STUMPTOWN HC VOL 03
SUPERANNUATED MAN TP
TOP 10 TP
TRANSFORMERS SPOTLIGHT OMNIBUS TP VOL 01
ZENITH HC PHASE THREE

MERCH
ARROW TV ACTION FIGURE

BATMAN BLACK & WHITE STATUE BY FRANCIS MANAPUL