Thursday, January 3, 2019

Warren Tufts' Lance, Illustration #62, PS Artbooks, Matt Baker, Philip K. Dick's Biography, and The Tower of Comic Book Freaks!

Warren Tufts' Lance has taken decades to be finally collected, and it was worth the wait. Check it out. Illustration #62 covers contemporary and good-girl cover artist Ron Lessor, as well as wartime illustrators and their magnificent poster art 1914-45. We've a nice new batch of Pre-Code and Silver Age collections from PS Artbooks, including Ditko's masterpiece, Tales of the Mysterious Traveler. Matt Baker stars in Authentic Police Cases. Plus a Philip K. Dick biographical graphic novel. Comic Book Freaks examines a fan's trip to NY Comic Art Con in 1971, and much more. Happy New Year to everyone!

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1955-60. Our Highest Recommendation. By Warren Tufts. Fans have been asking for this ever since I first began selling comics 50 years ago. Warren Tuft's masterpiece Lance includes the entire run of this magnificent comic strip in one volume with the Sundays in full glorious color! Each daily and Sunday has been beautifully restored by Manuel Caldas. Also included in this volume: an in-depth analysis of Tufts' work on Lance by Zoran Djukanovic, biographical information, and more! Tufts was actually emulating Hal Foster's Prince Valiant, right down to the lack of word balloons, an ironic narrator, and brilliantly designed artwork in every panel. This is one of the best Sunday adventure strips you will ever see. Classic Comics Press, 2018...More.

Item Code: WARTH
Hard Cover, 9x12, 368pg, Full Color

After filling backorders we only have seven copies on hand, but I just ordered more, having now seen the finished product. I cannot praise this enough, it's one of the most amazing adventure strips ever. After Tufts left Casey Ruggles in 1954, he set his sights on the finest adventure strip of his day, Hal Foster's Prince Valiant. Tufts gives us a similar capable young hero, a cavalry officer in the Arizona territory of 1834. And a Sunday page with mature stories and amazing art that does, indeed, compare favorably with Foster's classic. Comics historian Bill Blackbeard calls it "the best of the high adventure strips undertaken after the 1930s". I could swear that Russ Heath may have had an occasional hand in this, it's that good. I wonder...

Highly Recommended. Art by Ron Lesser and Peter Helck. This issue features the work of Ron Lesser (on the cover), best known for his fabulous femme fatales as featured in numerous movie posters, as well as noir book covers during the 50s and 60s, movie posters for High Plains Drifter and Pat Garett & Billy the Kid, right up to Hard Case Crime paperback covers today. Second feature is an amazing 69-pages "Messengers of War," which showcases major artists and their work during the two World Wars. Among them are N.C. Wyeth, Harvey Dunn, Nell Brinkley, J.C. Leyendecker, Harrison FisherWinsor McCay and several new to us. Illustrated Press, 2018. Mature Readers...More.

Item Code: IL62
Magazine, 8x11, 80pg, Partial Color

Missing any? We currently have 55 issues in stock, we've never had a better selection of many of the rare older ones.

1990-1999. Highly Recommended. By Keith Dallas and Jason Sacks. This ambitious series covers every decade of comic book history from the 1940s to today. Here are all the pivotal moments and behind-the-scenes details of the decade when Marvel Comics sold 8.1 million copies of an issue of the X-Men, saw its superstar creators form their own company, Image, cloned Spider-Man...and went bankrupt. Superman died, Batman had his back broken, and the runaway success of Neil Gaiman's Sandman led to DC Comics' Vertigo line of adult comic books. It was the decade of gimmicky covers, skimpy costumes, and mega-crossovers. TwoMorrows, 2018...More.

Item Code: ACB06H
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 8x11, 288pg, Full Color
$44.95 $39.95

Still in stock are the 1950s [$40.95]; 1960-64, and 1965-1969 [$39.95 each]. See all of our comics reference books on the website.


Graphic Novels & Archives

PHILIP K. DICK A Comics Biography
Recommended. By Laurent Queyssi and Mauro Marchesi. One of the greatest writers in science fiction history, Philip K. Dick is mostly remembered for such works as The Man In the High Castle and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? His dark, fascinating work centered on alternate universes and shifting realities in worlds often governed by monopolistic corporations and authoritarian governments. His own life story seems a tussle with reality, cycling through five marriages and becoming increasingly disjointed with fits of paranoia and hallucinations fueled by abuse of drugs meant to stabilize him. His dramatic story is presented unvarnished in this graphic novel biography, first published in France in 2017. NBM, 2018...More.

Item Code: PHILH
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 7x10, 144pg, Full Color
$24.99 $21.99

Closeout Price! Movies - Art - Comics - Pulps - Fiction - Fantasy - Horror. Highly Recommended. By Dave Golber, Jess Nevins et al. A fine all-new illustrated history of science fiction. Using timelines, online links, illustrations, movie posters & well-selected stills, book covers, and more, this amazing new book propels us into the well of modern imagination, from its roots in Frankenstein, through Verne, H.G. Wells, the late gothic and weird horror of Lovecraft to the mass market Pulps. Then a new generation of writers (Bradbury, Bloch, Asimov, Philip K. Dick), television and film, right up to the present day. Flame Tree, 2017...More.

Item Code: ASTIH
Hard Cover, 12x11, 192pg, Full Color
$35.00 $24.99

Highly Recommended. By Philippe Thirault. Art by Laura Zuccheri. An outstanding and very different graphic novel, that reminds us of Philip K. Dick's work. Based on Robert Silverberg's bestselling novel about the effects of interstellar colonialism and the quest for transcendence. Ex-lieutenant Eddie Gundersen returns to Belzagor, where he had left behind his youthful illusions, the love of his life and his shameful past as a colonizer. He finds the planet returned to its two intelligent species, the woman he left behind and another who has hired him to lead her and her husband to forbidden secret ceremonies. Moderate nudity. Humanoids, 2018. Mature Readers...More.

Item Code: DOWNWH
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 9x13, 108pg, Full Color

See our website for more fine Humanoids titles, and for more recommended French graphic novels.

Recommended. By Ron Kasman. July 4, 1971. Five awkward, naive boys from Canada drive to New York City to attend the '71 comic art convention in search of love, sex, art, and comic books. What they encounter changes their lives forever. Visit a pivotal time as comics are just becoming an art form. Meet Jack Kirby and Bill Everett, art show judges! A remarkable insight into the early years of the comic industry and fans. Caliber, 2018...More.

Item Code: TOWCB
Soft Cover, 7x10, 224pg, b&w

PLANET OF THE APES Omnibus Volume 1
#1-16, Special #1, Spectacular #1, Giant #1, and Annual #1, 2011-13. Recommended. By Daryl Gregory and Carlos Magno. Art by Diego Barreto et al. Takes place before the original 1968 Planet of the Apes films. Ape and Human societies have reached a new golden age, but ripples of dissent are spreading. When a mysterious assassin guns down the beloved Lawgiver, tensions will reach a boiling point. Can one human solve the mystery of the Lawgiver's murder before war engulfs all of society? Or is this the beginning of the end? 1,300 years before the arrival of Colonel George Taylor, this collects the entire series for the first time. Boom!, 2018...More.

Item Code: PLAA01
Soft Cover, 7x10, 512pg, Full Color
$39.99 $34.99

The OTHER Planet of the Apes series is called the Archives series, rather than Omnibus. These collect the Marvel Magazine series from the 1970s. Volume 1 went quickly out of print, but we still have Volumes 2-4 [PLAA02H, 03H, 04H. $59.99, your price $52.50].

Collects #1-5, 2016. Recommended. By David Walker and Tim Seely. Art by Fernando Dagnino, Covers by Duncan Fegredo. Caesar's birth in the original Planet of the Apes films was a result of the time travel at the core of that story. Tim Seeley (Revival) and David Walker (Power Man and Iron Fist) relocate that birth to 19th century Africa, where Caesar crosses paths with Tarzan, leading to a much different fate for Man and Ape. Drawing from the Tarzan novels and the Planet of the Apes films, Caesar and the Lord of the Jungle experience the enslavement of the Apes, a century of war, travel and through the center of the earth! Dark Horse, 2017...More.

Item Code: ERBTAR
Soft Cover, 7x10, 144pg, Full Color
$19.99 $17.99

Reimagining of a sci-fi classic. Recommended. By By Rod Serling and Dana Gould. Art by Chad Lewis. Based on the original screenplay for Planet of the Apes by The Twilight Zone‘s Rod Serling. On the road to making the landmark science-fiction classic, 20th Century Fox commissioned Serling to adapt the source material. His first draft, which was drastically revised before filming, is a radically different vision of the franchise than the one the world has come to know and love. Now, for the first time in any medium, that vision is fully realized as a graphic novel adapted by acclaimed actor/comedian/writer Dana Gould (The Simpsons) and Chad Lewis (Avengers Origins). Boom!, 2018...More.

Item Code: PLAVH
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 7x10, 112pg, Full Color
$19.99 $17.99

VAMPIRELLA The Dynamite Years Omnibus Volume 4
By Alan Moore, Joe Harris et al. Art by Jose Malaga, Jean Diaz, Gary Frank et al. A new collection featuring four of the best Vampirella mini-series ever published, including a classic tale by the legendary Alan Moore! Included are: Vampirella and the Scarlet Legion by Harris and Malaga; Vampirella vs. Dracula by Harris and Ivan RodriguezThe New European by Alan Moore and Gary Frank; and The Red Room by Dan Brereton and Jean Diaz. Plus 31 regular and variant covers with several each by Brereton, Michael Linsner and J. Scott Campbell. Dynamite, 2018...More.

Item Code: VAMD04
Soft Cover, 7x10, 368pg, Full Color
$34.99 $31.99

Volumes 1-3 are still in stock [VAMD01, VAMD02. $39.99, your price $34.99; VAMD03. $34.99, your price $31.99].

ART OF VAMPIRELLA The Dynamite Years
Special Order - takes 3-4 weeks! Recommended. Art by Alex Ross, J. Scott Campbell, Joseph Linsner, Fabiano Neves, Joe Jusko et al. Since the 1970's, Vampirella has been known as the good-hearted bad girl of vampire lore. Brought back to life once again by the creative minds at Dynamite, she's graced cover after cover with her piercing stare and iconic red outfit. Now, all of her stunning covers over the past few years are collected in this one volume. Dynamite, 2014...More.

Item Code: ARVDH
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 9x12, 240pg, Full Color

See more Vampirella on our website.


Pre-Code & Silver Age Classics

Collects #6-10, 1948-50. Highly Recommended. By Matt Baker et al. Here's a new slant for PS Artbooks, PS Presents, a series of one-off volumes featuring one character or the best of one title, without necessarily collecting the entire run. First up is St. John's greatly under-rated Authentic Police Stories, featuring issues #6-10 of that title (1948-1950) which are packed with artwork and covers by Matt Baker. #6 has a SOTI Baker cover, "An Invitation to Learning," #7 includes a notorious Jack Cole story. Stories in #6 and #7 were used as samples of the bad comics influence by the New York Legislative Committee. And the continuing character Vic Flint also is here. PS Artbooks, 2019...More.

Item Code: PSAP01H
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 7x10, 184pg, Full Color

MATT BAKER The Art of Glamour
The life and career of the finest Good Girl artist of the Golden Age. Our Highest Recommendation. Edited by Jim Amash and Eric Nolen-Weathington. This presents an impressive career cut tragically short. It features a wealth of essays; interviews with Baker's friends, family, and co-workers; and a treasure trove of his finest artwork, including several complete stories, at last giving this wonderfully talented artist his full due. In the early 1940s, Matt Baker became of one the earliest African-American comic book artists. But it wasn't the color of his skin which made him such a significant figure in the history of the medium--it was his innate ability to draw gorgeous, exciting women and handsome, dynamic men in a fluid, graceful style. TwoMorrows, 2012...More.

Item Code: MBARTH
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 9x11, 192pg, Partial Color
$39.95 $34.95

Collects #1-5,1956-57. Highly Recommended. By Steve Ditko, Dick Giordano and Rocco Mastroserio. With issue #2 Ditko practically took over this title, and by #4 and 5 was doing it literally cover to cover, with 3-4 stories. Prelude to Doctor Strange? You be the judge. But Ditko fans find this pre-Marvel era still marvelous, as Ditko developed his unique style and gave us, in this case, one of his very few early continuing characters. A clear inspiration to the hugely popular Amazing Adult Fantasy and all those fun Lee & Ditko morality tales, The Mysterious Traveler is surely the original "adult" comic and the one that's still worth a deep read. PS Artbooks, 2018...More.

Item Code: SATM01H
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 7x10, 184pg, Full Color

Our Highest Recommendation. His astounding career from the early 1950s to the present, with work for Charlton, Warren, Marvel and DC are shown, both as printed pages and scans from Ditko's beautiful original art! This is a museum catalogue that accompanied a massive exhibition in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, in the Fall of 2016. By the same Eisner Award-nominated team who created the gold-standard for museum catalogues: Woodwork: Wallace Wood 1927-1981, Flesh & Steel: The Art of Russ Heath, and Big John Buscema: Comics & Drawings. IDW, 2016...More.

Item Code: DITUH
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 10x13, 368pg, Full Color
$59.99 $49.99

See more Ditko on our website.

Collects #8-12 (actually #1-5),1951-52. Recommended. By Lou Cameron, Mike Sekowsky, Ken Rice et al. I consider Ace a good step above most of the EC competitors. They offered offbeat stories tied together by the character "Fate," who provided narration. It's all about the living and the dead--and the undead, as well as getting what you shouldn't wish for, and the inevitable figure of death himself. This veritable sleeper from the Ace stable also includes work by Jim McLaughlin, Maurice Gutwirth, George Appel, Louis Zansky, Bill Molno, and Marvel's own Chic Stone. Cameron and McLaughllin were doing work worthy of EC in quality, especially in the later issues. PS Artbooks, 2018...More.

Item Code: PCHF01H
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 7x10, 184pg, Full Color

Collects #1-5, 1951-52. Recommended. By Ross Andru, Mike Esposito, Gattuso, Palais et al. Monsters, murder, the undead and aliens from the above creators plus Tony Tallarico, Tony Mortellero, DC war comics regular Jack Abel, Moe Marcus, Martin Rose, the very weird Paul Gattuso, and Don Perlinall under the tutelage of the notorious Stanley MorseWe have Kurtzman-esque horror in the EC tradition, a bondage cover, and an anti-Wertham editorial. Andru and Esposito team up for the covers of #1-4 plus a story in each issue. Mortellero delivers a classic good-girl cover for #5. PS Artbooks, 2018...More.

Item Code: PCMM01H
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 7x10, 184pg, Full Color

Collects issues #6-10, 1952-53. Recommended. By Bernard Baily, Basil Wolverton, Tony Mortellaro, Howard Nostrand, Ross Andru et al. Tiny comics publisher Stanley Morse wasn't trying to imitate the gore, shock and horror in EC comics--he was trying to outdo it! See for yourself. We have sexy women in a "classic" bondage/torture cover on #6; being buried alive on #7; faced with an explosive creature coming in through a port hole in #8; and a hook-handed grave robber menaced by floating creatures' heads--a classic by Bernard Baily--on issue #10. Also: "Brain Bats of Venus" and "Robot Woman"--rewritten and partially redrawn--both by Wolverton. PS Artbooks, 2018...More.

Item Code: PCMM02H
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 7x10, 184pg, Full Color

Collects #7-12 1952. Art by Charles Nicholas et al. Master artist Lou Cameron, who at his best compares with Frank Frazetta, is here in every single issue. It's also a tribute to these issues that several of the stories have been reprinted in numerous collections of the best stories from the fifties. Other contributors include Louis Zansky (several stories), Rocke Mastroserio (several stories, inking Lou Cameron), Jim McLaughlin (another fine but under-rated artist, on several stories), Bill Molno (two stories), Chic Stone (yes, two stories by Marvel's inker for Jack Kirby and others) and Ken Rice. PS Artbooks, 2018...More.

Item Code: PCW02H
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 7x10, 216pg, Full Color

Find many more pre-code classics on our website, starting here with the sale-priced titles. And see here for all the PS Artbooks collections.


Coming in February

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Ultimate Newspaper Comics Collection 1985-86 Volume 5
Two complete years! Recommended. By Stan Lee. Art by Fred Kida and Floro Dery. Daily Bugle writer Jenny Sue Saxon arrives and falls for Peter Parker while trying to become Spider-Man's biographer, even as Aunt May faces financial ruin in a very modern kind of bank heist. Mary Jane returns just in time to learn an important secret--and to introduce Peter to her Uncle Spencer. Spidey's reputation is under fire when he's accused of pushing drugs. And in a story that rivals the classic "drug issues" of Spider-Man, Stan Lee addresses one of the most heart-rending problems of modern times: child abuse. IDW, 2019. Due Feb. ...More.

Item Code: ASU05H
Hard Cover, 11x9, 328pg, Partial Color
$49.99 $39.99

All four previous volumes are still available, at the same discounted price.

See 24 more Spider-Man collections on our website, including Charles Vess' out of print Spirits of the Earth graphic novel in Hardcover [RB925. $40; RB922 and RB923. Signed, $45 each]. There are also Artist's Editions by Ross Andru, Gil Kane, and two by John Romita.

AZTEC ACE The Complete Collection
Recommended. By Doug Moench. Art by Dan Day, Michael Hernandez, Ron Harris, Thomas Yeates et al. 500 pages! The first ever hardcover collection of Doug Moench's incredible 15 issue time travel adventure from independent publisher Eclipse in the 1980s. Like an Indiana Jones with adventures across time. Foreword by Cat Yronwode. Introduction by Doug Moench. Aztec Ace sketch gallery, with art by Kelley Jones, Joe Staton, Michael Avon Oeming, Jeff Lemire, Paul Gulacy, Bill Sienkiewicz, Matt Kindt, Dan Day, Michael Wm Kaluta, ChrisCross, Jok, and Paul Pope. Extra 10 page Aztec Ace story by Moench and Tim Sale. Never-before-seen 52-page script by Moench. It's Alive!, 2019. Due Feb. ...More.

Item Code: AZTH
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 544pg

Ms Marvel #1-23, 19734+ and LOTS more. By Chris Claremont et al. Art by Jim Mooney et al. When NASA Security Chief Carol Danvers' genetic structure was melded with alien Kree DNA, Danvers was imbued with amazing powers — and an all-new Marvel hero was born! But before she became Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers was Ms. Marvel -- with X-Men writer Chris Claremont weaving together complex plots and compelling characterization to craft her iconic original adventures! Witness Carol's first meeting with the Avengers! The debuts of Mystique and Rogue! Battles with Ronan the Accuser, Sabretooth and the Guardians of the Galaxy! Marvel, 2019. Due Mar. ...More.

Item Code: CAPMH
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 7x10, 720pg, Full Color
$100.00 $85.00

Closeout Price! Collects #1-12, 2012-13. Recommended. By Kelly Sue Deconnick, Chris Sebela. Art by Dexter Soy, Emma Rios, Felipe Andrade. Carol Danvers has a new codename and is determined to prove herself the best of the best! She's forging a new future for herself as Captain Marvel, but finds that she still can't walk away from a challenge from her past! It's a firefight in the sky as the Banshee Squadron debut -- but who are the Prowlers, and where has Carol seen them before? Witness her in blazing battlefield action that just may change the course of history! Intriguing story, handsome artwork, appearances from Captain America. Offbeat and different. Marvel, 2016...More.

Item Code: CME01
Soft Cover, 7x11, 264, Full Color
$29.99 $14.99

We have just 3 left at this price. We have just one copy left of volume 2 [CME02. $29.99, your price $25.99].


Warehouse Finds

Warehouse find, 1981. Recommended. By Charlotte Weaver. Art by Gray Morrow. An extremely scarce softcover collecting a newspaper strip that began in 1980, written first by Jim Lawrence (of British comics fame) and later by Weaver. But the biggest deal is the outstanding art by Gray Morrow. To our knowledge, this has never since been collected. Searching the internet, I could find hardly a copy, just a cheap 2012 knock-off. Stories include Love, Lords and Ladybirds; Bride to the King; The Treasure is Love; and Chieftain Without a Heart. A beautiful runaway, an arranged marriage, a hidden family treasure, and the reluctant chieftain of a Scottish clan. Quick Fox, 1981...More.

Item Code: BACARO
Soft Cover, 8x5, 126pg, b&w

There are 73 more Warehouse Finds on our website. Click here for the newest additions; and click here to begin with the lowest price.


Bargain Books

These books are generally very low in stock, as few as two or three copies--too few to list in our regular clearance sale. This may be your last chance at this special price. Don't miss out, act now.

FRANK FRAZETTA Art and Remembrances Deluxe Signed [FRARD. $125.00 $89.00].

AMERICA'S BEST COMICS Artist's Edition J.H. Williams III Variant [AMBAEHJ. $150.00 $110.00].


P. CRAIG RUSSELL'S STRANGE DREAMS Artist's Edition [PRSAEH. $125.00 $99.00].

REALMS The Roleplaying Game Art of Tony DiTerlizzi Signed [REAHS. $39.99 $24.99].

BEST OF SPICY MYSTERY Volume 1 [BSM01. $17.95 $11.95].

BEST OF SPICY MYSTERY Volume 2 [BSM02. $17.95 $11.95].

COMICS JOURNAL LIBRARY Volume 8 The EC Artists Part 1 [CJL08. $28.99 $17.99].

COMICS JOURNAL LIBRARY Volume 10 The EC Artists Part 2 [CJL10. $34.99 $19.99].

BEAUTIFUL MACABRE Rare & Peculiar Posters 1862-1973 [BEAMA. $29.00 $19.00].

MICKEY MOUSE TIMELESS TALES Volume 2 [MMTT02H. $29.99 $17.99].

You can see all of our discounted items on the website, under Closeouts at the end of each category (such as Artists and Illustration, Comics Related, etc). To get on our email list for Sales & Specials, click here.


Mature Readers

Vintage Beauty is a new collection this week, featuring never-before-collected nude photography from 1900 to 1960. It's a classy book with excellent, clear full page photos.

For more books of photography, click here. For nudes, click here.

Here are a few mature items from our Bargain Books section:


ART OF BLAS GALLEGO 1 [ARBG01. $14.95 $7.50].

BOMBSHELL The Pin-Up Art of John Gladman [BOJGH. $34.99 $19.99].

EROTIC FANTASIES [ERFAH. $59.95 $39.95].

CAVEWOMAN ANKHA'S REVENGE #1 Nude Cover [CAVAR01N. $12.00 $8.00].

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News and Notes


We were all set to offer you a new printing of Shazam: The Monster Society of Evil. This was to collect every chapter of the serial from the original Captain Marvel issues in the 1940s. But due to questionable content (wartime stereotypes), DC has decided to cancel it, at least for now. Too bad. It's a lot of fun, and the British printing now sells in the $300-$400 range.


Tom Lovell and Raphael DeSoto will be the next two art books to appear from Illustrated Press. The former in March, the latter later on in 2019. We'll formally announce them soon.



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