SCOOBY-DOO VOL. 1: YOU MEDDLING KIDS
It includes the stories "Scooby in the Booby Hatch," "Scooby Snooze," "The Roswell Riddle," "Stubble Trouble," "The Truth," "Wax Attacks!," "The Old Ways," "How I Spent My Winter Break," "Legend of the Silver Scream," and "The Best Laid Plans..."
THE BIG BOOK OF THUGS
From the gangs of ancient India to the modern mafia, THE BIG BOOK OF THUGS offers a historical and insightful overview of the most notorious gangs and mobs since the beginning of time. Analyzing the infamous group dynamic, this enrossing book delves into the immoral actions and tainted motivations of these organized packs. But neither romanticizing nor condemning their actions, this black and white comic text is an accurate portrait of the toughest mobs ever to walk the mean streets and rule the back alleys.
Growing up in Brooklyn during the seventies, Carl Santini was full of childish dreams and beliefs. But many years later, an older and wiser man looks back on his teenage years and observes how his actions created a reality of unfulfilled promise. In the fourth and final volume of this engrossing tale, Carl continues to reminisce and regret but in a moment of enlightenment, his musings of the past create an inspiring epiphany. Conclusively exorcising the ghosts of the past, the fallen and flawed man is able to stop looking back and finally move forward.
THE BIG BOOK OF VICE
THE BIG BOOK OF VICE examines humanity's worst habits in all their sinful glory. Ranging from true acts of debauchery to harmless infatuations, this guilty pleasure exposes the negative aspects of alcohol, gambling, tobacco, prostitution, drugs, pornography, candy, pinball machines, comic books and video games. Also expanding its reach to touch on the dens of immorality and the greatest advocates of errant behavior, this comic-style book includes special features on Las Vegas, Sodom, Phoenix City, Larry Flynt, Carrie Nation, and Timothy Leary.
THE BIG BOOK OF BAD
Things go from bad to worse in this compendium of the best of the worst of practically everything! An array of comics' most talented artists — Eddie Campbell, Joe Sacco, Phil Jimenez, Colleen Doran, Darick Robertson and many more — turn their attentions to legendarily terrible "bad guys" (both real and fictional), artists, scientific movements, places, and historical events.