Thursday, July 18, 2019

Dean Yeagle’s new Mandy collection, Treasures Retold collects work by Alex Toth, Illustrators Quarterly #26, and the new 2019-2020 Comic Book Price Guide!

Dean Yeagle's all-new Mandy collection is here; each year it's our most popular “sketchbook.” Treasures Retold collects rare and previously unpublished work by Alex Toth and earns my Highest Recommendation. Illustrators Quarterly #26 is an above-average issue with features on two fine illustrators. Here's a new Digest Enthusiast; R.E. Howard and H.P. Lovecraft are featured in limited editions signed and illustrated by Mark Wheatley. I can't say enough about the new Rip Kirby Vol 11 by John Prentice. And just in, the new 2019-2020 Comic Book Price Guide!

R.E. Howard & H.P. Lovecraft  |  Comics and Graphic Novels
The New Overstreet Price Guide – 7 versions
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Signed! Highly Recommended. By Dean Yeagle. All new! Mandy just turned 22; she works at various jobs (dog-walking, life guard, waitress-on-skates, fish wrangler at the aquarium) while studying oboe, environmental science, French poetry, Victorian novels and, while naturally shy, volunteering as a life-class model (for Art's sake) at the art school where she also takes classes. They have, to date, not asked her for a single tuition payment. The lovely and very often unclothed young lady created by Playboy Magazine cartoonist Dean Yeagle. And our bestselling "convention sketchbook" each year. Caged Beagle, 2016. Mature Readers...More.

Item Code: MANSKS
Soft Cover, 8x11, 48pg, Partial Color

Click on the Mandy box above and see all of Dean Yeagle's work. The Scribblings series, #1-3 are $15 each, #4-7 are $20 each. Each one is signed.

Here is his 2015 Mandy album:

Back in stock. Signed. Highly Recommended. By Dean Yeagle. Rather than a new annual sketchbook, Dean has created a delightful story of our voluptuous and generally naked Mandy searching for just the right "birthday" suit. It's funny of course, as this veteran Playboy cartoonist has lost none of his skills, and it's gorgeously drawn, with the innocent yet desirable Mandy teasing us with one sexy pose after another. Caged Beagle, 2015. Mature Readers...More.

Item Code: MANBS
Soft Cover, 8x11, 48pg, Partial Color

Previous to that, in order of publication from newest to oldest, is Mandy Framed (HC, $25); Modeling Mandy ($20), Mandy Go-Round ($20), and One Mandy Morning ($15). There is also Melange, published overseas in 2011, with Mandy and 32 pages of additional illustrations: HC, 10x12, 160 pages [MELAH. $40].

TREASURES RETOLD The Lost Art of Alex Toth
Our Highest Recommendation. A companion to the three-time Eisner-winning Alex Toth: Genius series, this blockbuster collection is full of rarely seen stories and new, recently found artwork by the legendary artist. Included are complete stories from the 1950s and beyond, most in FULL COLOR, recently discovered color animation storyboards and presentation drawings, sketches and doodles, rare early promotional comics, and individual pages from obscure comics and magazines. It's a treasure trove of beautifully reproduced, mostly never-before-collected work that makes for a great read with all manner of genres, from western to sci-fi to adventure fantasy. IDW, 2019...More.

Item Code: TRERH
Hard Cover, 10x13, 296pg, Partial Color
$49.99 $39.99

An inexpensive edition of Bravo For Adventure [BRFA. $24.99, $21.99] just appeared a couple of weeks ago.

See our website for the upcoming collection from Hermes: The Best of Alex Toth and John Buscema's Roy Rogers. These Alex Toth titles are in stock now: Bravo For Adventure Artist's Edition, Creepy Presents Alex Toth, and Genius Animated: The Cartoon Art of Alex Toth.

We also have one copy of the out of print: Alex Toth, pubished by Kitchen Sink, 1995 [RB348. $75].

Highly Recommended. Featuring Petar Meseldzija, Arthur Barbosa, John Millar Watt and Philip Mendoza. This issue: cover feature artist John Millar Watt is exceptional and another British artist we had never heard of before, prolific for forty years. He's a cartoonist turned comic book artist turned celebrity illustrator. Petar Meseldzija: The fantasy illustrator has entered the world of fine art, a frequent Spectrum contributor and absolutely amazing fantasy artist. Philip Mendoza: The talented illustrator and master of anthropomorphic animal cartoons. Arthur Barbosa: known for his Flashman book covers. Book Palace, 2019...More.

Item Code: IQ26
Magazine, 9x11, 96pg, Partial Color

Silver Annivesary Good Girl Art issue. Highly Recommended. Art by Greg Hildebrandt, Milo Manara, Art Frahm, Margaret Brundage. A look back at the magazine's beginning, a cover feature on the erotic master Manara, a look at Hildebrandt's American Beauties series with supplemental full nudes and unpublished work, Art Frahm's panties-around-the-ankles pin-ups, along with more special nudes. And a look at the lady master of pulp artwork, Weird Tales cover artist Brundage. It's all about the girls this issue, with enough nudity that we had to put a Mature label on this one. The Gallery looks at a rare Alex Raymond pin-up, in pencil and finished color. Book Palace, 2019. Mature Readers...More.

Item Code: IQ25
Magazine, 9x11, 96pg, Partial Color

This 25th anniversary issue has been one of the most popular. The Special Issues are also often very well received. See our website for all of these.

Recommended. Art by Bob Vojtko, Brian Buniak et al. Edited by Richard Krauss. Interview: Author, editor, and publisher James Reasoner delves into his stories for Mike Shayne; his Redemption series, the Wind River series. Ward Smith remembers Armed Services Editions—digests that are not digests. Peter Enfantino tackles Startling Mystery Stories No. 1–18, and a keen assessment of Manhunt 1954 July–Oct. Vince Nowell, Sr. dissects Sol Cohen's tactics to save Amazing StoriesRichard Krauss examines Charlie Chan's media empire, with special emphasis on Renown Publications' digest magazine. Larque Press, 2019...More.

Item Code: DIGE10
Soft Cover, 5x8, 160pg, Text/b&w

We still have issues #1-9 in stock at the same price. 


R.E. Howard & H.P. Lovecraft

SONG OF GIANTS The Poetry of Pulp Signed
Signed, numbered & limited, 1000! With oversized illustrated bookmark, also signed. Recommended. By Robert E. Howard, Edgar Rice Burroughs et al. Art by Mark Wheatley. An extremely handsome collection of the very best horror, dark fantasy, and heroic sword and sorcery poetry written by three giants of pulp literature; Robert E. Howard, Edgar Rice Burroughs and H. P. Lovecraft. Extravagantly illustrated by Mark Wheatley on every single page, with flamboyant, dramatic illustrations that remind us of Berni Wrightson's and Gary Gianni's work. Plus gorgeous full color endpapers of stunning, demonic cats. With an introduction by Jack McDevitt, "Arming the Valkyries." Insight Studio Group, 2019...More.

Item Code: SONGHS
Hard Cover, 9x11, 72pg, Partial Color

Signed, numbered & limted, 1000! Recommended. By G.D. Falksen. Art by Mark Wheatley. Join the mad Doctor Cthulittle and his stalwart companions as they race to save the universe from the unending hunger of an eldritch horror when it stirs from its aeons-long slumber. The good Doctor sacrificed his sanity to learn the secrets of the elder gods, but will his knowledge be enough? A tribute to classic illustrated adventure fiction and pulps, weird fiction, and cosmic horror, with nice large artwork and a fun, steam punk-inspired theme. Oversized hardcover. "A total inspiration! Fun and an amazing piece of work!!! I love it!!" — Bob Eggleton Insight Studio Group, 2019...More.

Item Code: DOCCTHS
Hard Cover, 10x13, 64pg, Full Color

See more by Robert E. Howard and by H.P. Lovecraft on our website.


Comics and Graphic Novels

RIP KIRBY Volume 11
Highly Recommended. By Fred Dickenson. Art by John Prentice. 11 stories. Kirby takes part in an old-style shoot-out in a nearly-deserted Western ghost town, battles the deadly Owl and the Pussycat over a hidden stash of heroin, captains a deserted yacht discovered in full sail after narrowly missing a collision. In Paris, sporting a full beard, he is mistaken for royalty, and is seriously injured after a high-speed shoot-out on a hijacked freight train. Absolutely brilliant artwork fine-line, photo-realistic art, a la Alex Raymond and Al Williamson, and wonderful variety of stories. IDW, 2019...More.

Item Code: RK11H
Hard Cover, 11x10, 296pg, b&w
$49.99 $39.99

See our website for back volumes by Alex Raymond and John Prentice: Volumes 2-5 and 8-10 $49.99, $39.99 each, and are special order. Volume 1, 6 & 7 are out of print.

VAMPIRELLA Volume 1 1969 Replica Edtion
Highly Recommended. By Forrest J. Ackerman et al. Art by Neal Adams, Reed Crandall et al. Cover art by Frank Frazetta. Vampirella first appeared in this classic spin-off from Creepy and Eerie. This is a facsimile edition, just as it appeared in 1969, a magazine-sized, 66-pages with every story and advertisement (those famous "Captain Company" offerings of masks and monster novelties), exactly as they looked half a century ago! In 1966, Jim Warren's sharp-eyed editor assembled the best talents: Neal Adams, Reed Crandall, longtime Jack Kirby inker Mike Royer, Tom Sutton, Ernie Colon and Tony Tallarico. Plus an unforgettable cover by Frank Frazetta. Dynamite, 2019...More.

Item Code: VAMP01
Magazine, 8x11, 66pg, b&w

See more Vampi, including the new Vampi/Dejah Thoris crossover, on our website. We also have Vampirella Archives compiling the same Warren magazine run, statues, a bust by Arthur Adams, and the popular oversized 2019 calendar, now on sale. Also The Art of Vampirella, Best of Vampi Master Series Omnibus...and coming soon, The Best of Vampirella Magazine Artist's Edition.

Recommended. By Jon McNaught. Kingdom forges a story in the parts of a vacation we like to forget--the arguments, the poor weather, the moments of quiet solitude. This detailed graphic novel follows a British family on their vacation to a small campground, where teenager Andrew explores the dunes in relative solitude, and Suzie navigates childhood in the wake of her older brother. Told in a color-woodblock style, with amazing numbers of often-tiny panels, this is richly illustrated and sparsely worded. It explores the rhythms of nature, the passing of time, and the beauty and boredom of a summer holiday. Odd but interesting!! Nobrow, 2018...More.

Item Code: KINDH
Hard Cover, 8x11, 128pg, Tritone
$19.95 $17.95

Highly Recommended. By Lev Grossman and Lilah Sturges. Art by Pius Bak. The Magicians Alice's Story is an all new chapter set in the world of The Magicians trilogy of novels by New York Times bestselling author Lev Grossman that retells the events of the first novel through fan-favorite character Alice Quinn. And for me, unfamiliar with the series, I found it an outstanding stand-alone graphic novel. It features exceptionally good characterization and strong artwork. -Bud. Alice Quinn is manifestly brilliant, and she's always known that magic is real. During her years at Brakebills College for Magical Pedagogy, she rises to the top of her class, falls in love with Quentin Coldwater, and witnesses a horrifically magical creature invade their dimension. Archaia, 2019. Mature Readers...More.

Item Code: MAGASH
Hard Cover, 7x10, 208pg, Full Color
$26.99 $24.99

Collects #1-12, IDW, 2011-12. By Eric Powell, Tracy Marsh et al. Art by Phil Hester, Victor Santos et al. When Godzilla appears off the coast of Japan, the Japanese government must respond quickly to contain the disaster...but before long, other monsters begin appearing all over the world. Can humanity survive this mysterious onslaught of giant beasts? Featuring Anguirus, Battra, Destroyah, Gigan, Hedorah, King Ghidorah, Kumonga, Mechagodzilla, Mothra, Rodan, Spacegodzilla, and Titanosaurus. Collects the entire 12-issue series for the first time. Bonus covers & b&w art. Alex Ross variant cover. IDW, 2019...More.

Item Code: GODK
Soft Cover, 7x10, 304pg, Full Color
$29.99 $26.99

THE ART OF GODZILLA King of the Monsters
Recommended. By Abbie Bernstein. Art by Michael Dougherty. Following the global success of Godzilla and Kong: Skull Island comes the next chapter in Warner Bros. Pictures' and Legendary Pictures' cinematic Monsterverse, an epic action adventure that pits Godzilla against some of the most popular monsters in pop culture history. The new story follows the heroic efforts of the crypto-zoological agency Monarch as its members face off against a battery of god-sized monsters. Godzilla collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah. Titan, 2019...More.

Item Code: ARGOH
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 12x11, 176pg, Full Color
$39.95 $34.95

DINOMANIA The Lost Art of Winsor McCay
Closeout Price! The Secret Origins of King Kong, and the Urge to Destroy New York! Highly Recommended. By Ulrich Merkl. An impressive, king-sized book that was rather expensive originally, but now a true bargain. Merkl explores the influences McCay brought to this genre--including McCay's own Gertie the Dinosaur animated shorts-- the animation in 1933's King Kong, tracing our love of dinosaurs and monster movies down through the decades. Wonderful reproduction, dozens of previously unseen "lost" full color McCay pages from 1937, plus wonderful "Dino" strips direct from proofs. Breathtakingly designed, each page is overflowing with amazing imagery--most rarely seen or never seen before. Very, very cool. Fantagraphics, 2015...More.

Item Code: DINOMH
Hard Cover, 12x16, 304pg, Partial Color
$95.00 $39.95

Ok, Dinomania may or may not have Godzilla in it, I didn't check—but it sure seems closely related to me. The book's subtitle is The Secret Origins of King Kong, and the Urge to Destroy New York! Godzilla preferred to destroy his home turf of Tokyo.

SWAMP THING Roots of Terror
By Tom King and Len Wein. Art by Kelley Jones. Superstar writers Tom King (Batman, Heroes in Crisis) and Brian Azzarello (Batman: Damned, Joker) pay tribute to the legendary creators of Swamp Thing as they join forces. Swamp Thing is out of his element as he shepherds a lost boy through a blinding blizzard and other hazards of a strange, frozen tundra, in this touching and harrowing tale of survival. Plus, on Halloween, the barrier between worlds grows thin--and only the Swamp Thing is strong enough to face the monsters that come from the other side. And the final Swamp Thing story from the monster's co-creator, Len Wein. Originally intended as the start of a new series, presented here with art by Kelley Jones. DC, 2019...More.

Item Code: SWARH
Hard Cover, 7x11, 168pg, Partial Color
$17.99 $15.99

Also available is the Bronze Age Omnibus [STB01H. $100, $85] which covers Berni Wrightson's work and beyond, from 1971-82. And the Bronze Age softcover [SWABA01 $24.99, $21.99] which has Wrightson, Kaluta, Redondo et al from ST #1-13, 1972-73, plus his first appearance in House of Secrets #92.

Introduction by Stephen Bissette. Edited by Steve Banes and Craig Yoe. Something's out there in the mad, murky depths of the fear-filled, sinister swamp... some... swamp... THING is coming for you! And it's out for mud! Classic Monsters from the Pre-Code days. 240 pages of icky, drippy, slimy, grimy beasts from the grungy bottom of the Pre-Code comics' bog. Art by Bob Powell, Lou Cameron, Hy Fleishman, Lin Streeter, the Iger Shop, Basil Wolverton and others! A fascinating and long, fifteen page introduction, with special art, by comics legend and artist of Swamp Thing, Stephen Bissette! IDW, 2019...More.

Item Code: SWAM
Soft Cover, 7x10, 128pg, Full Color
$24.99 $21.99

COMIC BOOK CREATOR #6 Swampmen Muck-Monsters And Their Makers
Recommended. Edited by Jon B. Cooke. Cover by Frank Cho. CBC's second double-size annual, examining those creepy man-critters that crawled out of the bayou back in the 1940s, to the explosion of titles in the 1970s, through the memories of the artists and writers who created them! A stunning line-up of interviews discuss Swamp Thing, Man-Thing, The Heap, Lurker of the Swamp, It, Bog Beast, and even Marvin the Dead Thing: Bernie Wrightson, Alan Moore, Mike Ploog, Len Wein, Steve Gerber, Stephen R. Bissette, Rick Veitch, Val Mayerik, Jim Mooney, and John Totleben. TwoMorrows, 2014...More.

Item Code: CBCR06
Soft Cover, 8x11, 192pg, Full Color
$21.95 $18.95


The New Overstreet Price Guide – 7 versions

Perfect-Bound Dealer Edition with larger type; no articles or ads. By Bob Overstreet et al. Celebrate the 25th anniversary of Billy Tucci's Shi with his cover unique to this edition. Oversized, limited edition version printed with larger type size, in a lay-flat binding for easy reference and use. Very popular with those who use it, it seems to sell out faster each year. I find it very convenient, and keep both it and the regular edition handy--since I also enjoy reading the articles, market reports, and those wild ads from people "with CASH" ready to buy your comics! Gemstone, 2019...More.

Item Code: BIG49
Soft Cover, 9x11, 868pg, Text/Partial Color

COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE 49th Edition 2019-20 Batman's Rogue Gallery
Highly Recommended. Cover art by Tony Daniel. By Bob Overstreet et al. Batman's 80th anniversary, Zorro's 100th anniversary, and a remembrance of Stan Lee are included in the highlights of The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide #49 as the Bible of serious comic book collectors, dealers and historians returns with its newest edition! The Guide has been your source for new prices, new feature articles, new additions to the Overstreet Hall of Fame, new market reports and more. Available with three covers: the cover by Tony Daniel features The Joker, Catwoman, The Riddler, Poison Ivy and The Penguin, some of Batman's deadliest foes; the Firefly cover featuring Mal, Zoe, and Jayne by Diego Galindo; and this year's Hall of Fame cover features Zorro by Michael Kaluta. Note: the hardcover editions will be printed to orders, so be sure to order your copy! Gemstone, 2019...More.

Item Code: CB49B
Soft Cover, 7x10, 1200pg, Partial Color
$29.95 $25.95

Also available in hardcover [CB49BH. $35, $29.95].

COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE 49th Edition 2019-20 Firefly
Cover art by Diego Galindo. Gemstone, 2019...More.

Item Code: CB49F
Soft Cover, 7x10, 1200pg, Partial Color
$29.95 $25.95

Also available in hardcover [CB49FH. $35, $29.95].

COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE 49th Edition 2019-20 Zorro
Cover art by Michael Kaluta. Gemstone, 2019...More.

Item Code: CB49Z
Soft Cover, 7x10, 1200pg, Partial Color

Also available in hardcover [CB49ZH. $35.00].

The hardcover editions are printed close to advance orders, so these will be the first to sell out.



Special Order - takes 3-4 weeks! Recommended. Designed by Ceasar. Sculpted by Jean St. Jean. Never send Batman to do a Batwoman's job! Kate Kane, in her brilliant red and black costume, drops into the spotlight in this dramatic action pose. From the new DC Gallery Diorama series. With her striking red hair and a big smile, she's ready to take on the situation. 8-inch sculpture, made of high-quality vinyl with exacting paint details, it comes packaged in a full-color window box. Very nicely done, and at a price far lower than the typical statues, because it's made with PVC. Includes a cool well-designed base. Diamond Select Toys, 2019...More.

Item Code: DCGBW
8" tall, Full Color


Coming in September

By Steve Gerber, Doug Moench et al. Art by John Buscema, Pablo Marcos et al. Marvel's creepiest characters put the "super" into supernatural in this titanic tome of terror! A veritable who's who of horror, this volume collects the complete 1970s adventures of the Zombie, Brother Voodoo, the Living Mummy, It! the Living Colossus, the Golem, Gabriel the Devil Hunter, the Scarecrow and Modred the Mystic -- including hair-raising encounters with Werewolf by Night, Doctor Strange, the Hulk, the Thing, the Avengers and more! Read it if you dare! Marvel, 2019. Due Sept. ...More.

Item Code: MARHOH
Hard Cover, 1328pg, Full Color
$125.00 $105.00


Coming in October

Recommended. By Ben Davis. Introduction by Neil Gaiman. First of a three-volume series of art books covering the 40-year career of the legendary artist. 40 individual deluxe reproductions of previously unpublished paintings, drawings, sketches, and mixed media works from four decades of Sienkiewicz's notebooks and personal collection as well as other private collections. Plus a 16-page booklet also signed by the artist with an introduction by Neil Gaiman and an interview in which Sienkiewicz explains his influences and techniques and offers his view on the future of comic book art. Six Foot Press, 2019. Due Oct. ...More.

Item Code: BILLSRH
Hard Cover, 10x13, 224pg, Full Color

Signed, numbered & limited, 1000! Recommended. By Ben Davis. Introduction by Neil Gaiman. First of a three-volume series of art books covering the 40-year career of the legendary artist. Contained in a fabric-covered clamshell box is a collection of 40 individual deluxe reproductions of previously unpublished paintings, drawings, sketches, and mixed media works from four decades of Sienkiewicz's notebooks and personal collection as well as other private collections. Plus a 16-page booklet also signed by the artist with an introduction by Neil Gaiman and an interview in which Sienkiewicz explains his influences and techniques and offers his view on the future of comic book art. Six Foot Press, 2019. Due Oct. ...More.

Item Code: BILLSRD
Hard Cover, 10x13, Full Color

Oversized limited edition in deluxe slipcase. Our Highest Recommendation. By H.G. Wells. Art by Bill Sienkiewicz. Introduction by Guillermo Del Toro. The "gleefully blasphemous" classic of sci-fi horror. Human chimeras and deranged scientific curiosity come to nightmarish life through the brushwork of Bill Sienkiewicz in powerful, full page, full color illustrations. An exceptionally handsome edition from beginning to end, with the highest production values and the finest design by Maëlle Doliveux. Introduction by filmmaker and storyteller Guillermo Del Toro. Part of Beehive Books' ongoing Illuminated Editions series, presenting classic works in beautiful small-press editions. Beehive, 2019...More.

Item Code: ISLAH
Hard Cover - No Dustjacket, 9x12, 148pg

See more of Bill's work on our website.


News and Notes


Early Summer Sale

On Tuesday we sent out an Early Summer Clearance Sale. If you missed it, click here to see it on our blog, or you can click here to peruse the newly reduced items on our website. If you are not yet signed up for our sales and specials, you can do so here.


San Diego Comic Con

I’m here at San Diego Comic-Con right now, yesterday was opening day. After joining Hope Nicholson, Trina Robbins and Amy Chu for an interview about Pros and (Comic) Cons, I was able to catch up with Trina.

She filled me in on her new book on Gladys Parker, the wonderful artist of Mopsy. Parker was not only beautiful herself, and hung with Hollywood film stars and celebrities, she also designed clothes for them and for herself. Hermes will be publishing this. 


I thought I could surprise Trina with the fact that Parker ghost-drew the syndicated Flying Jenny newspaper strip in the mid-forties. Fawcett artist Marc Swayze took it over completely after her run from 1942-44—he’d ghosted earlier strips, too. Creator Russell Keaton needed help after he enlisted, and then he died during the war. I only learned this because I bought an archive of original art, dailies and Sundays, and binders of proof sheets—they are beautiful—from the son of the WRITER of the strip, Glenn Chaffin. Chaffin also wrote the first Tailspin Tommy strips in 1929! But that’s yet another story. 

Trina already knew.


Met up with Diamond’ Steve Geppi, Sunday Press publisher Peter Maresca, Comics Buyers’ Guide’s Maggie Thompson, Nikki Wheeler-Nicholson, Steve Leialoha, Comic Book Marketplace editor Gary Carter, my old friend Larry Bigman, and lots of other old friends and comics dealers, as I worked my way thru the comic bins and wall displays.

Let’s see how day two goes...My panels are on Friday and Saturday, plus a signing for Pros and (Comic) Cons at the Dark Horse booth Saturday at 4-4:50. Hope to see some of you there!



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