DOOM PATROL VOL. 5: MAGIC BUS
The collection of comics savant Grant Morrison's legendary run on DOOM PATROL continues in this fifth trade paperback volume reprinting issues #51-57. Featuring the final fate of the Brotherhood of Dada and the rise of the unstoppable Candlemaker, DOOM PATROL VOL. 5 also includes the delightful Jack Kirby tribute issue "And Men Shall Call Him -- HERO!" as well as a new cover by the incomparable Brian Bolland.
SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE BOOK TWO
Don’t miss these epics from SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE #13-24 and ANNUAL #1! In “The Vamp,” Wesley Dodds dreams of grisly murders as young socialites are found drained of blood. Then,...
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.
SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE VOL. 3: THE VAMP
Collecting the fourth story arc (issues #13-16) from the acclaimed reimagination of the original Golden Age Sandman, THE VAMP continues the story of Wesley Dodds and his soon-to-be paramour (and narrator) Dian Belmont as they become entangled in mystery from two different directions.
SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE BOOK ONE
In these noir tales from SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE #1-12, millionaire Wesley Dodds becomes the Sandman to fight injustice in 1930s New York City, going after kidnappers, blackmailers...
SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE BOOK THREE
In these tales from SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE #25-36, Wesley Dodds meets the Hourman, battles the Python and faces the Night of the Butcher. Plus, the mortal Sandman meets the godlike...
SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE VOL. 2: THE FACE AND THE BRUTE
Collecting the second and third story arcs (issues #5-12) from writer Matt Wagner's acclaimed reimagination of the original Golden Age Sandman, SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE VOL. 2: THE FACE AND THE BRUTE finds the Sandman of 1939, Wesley Dodds, and his possible paramour (and narrator) Dian Belmont involved in a series of grisly murders in New York's Chinatown - murders that threaten to reignite the bad old days of the Tong Wars, when blood ran in the streets like water.
VERTIGO: FIRST OFFENSES
VERTIGO: FIRST OFFENSES is a special volume created to introduce new readers to comics' most provocative imprint. Collecting the premiere issues of five of Vertigo's signature series, this 168-page trade paperback is priced at a mere $4.99 US, allowing thrill-seeking ordinary civilians the chance to do hard time with some of comics' heaviest hitters.