John Ridgway is a British comics artist whose work is immediately distinctive for its unusual realism coupled with a delicate, sketchy pencil line. Ridgway has been responsible for creating the look for a number of series, including HELLBLAZER and has worked on iconic characters including Doctor Who and the Incredible Hulk. He was also the artist chosen to depict Judge Dredd without his helmet for the first and only time in the character's history.
THE INVISIBLES BOOK FOUR
Will the world end by a nightmare of control and repression? Or will it be the beginning of a higher stage of existence? Together with some of comics’ finest artists, Grant Morrison...
Constantine Confronts a New Kind of Demon in Exclusive Clip
In tonight’s all new episode of Constantine, “A Feast For Friends,” John is reunited with a...
THE INVISIBLES DELUXE EDITION BOOK ONE
These stories from THE INVISIBLES #1-12 introduce the team’s latest recruit: a teenage lout from the streets of London. Can Dane survive a mind-altering...
THE INVISIBLES OMNIBUS
Collecting for the first time ever in one book: all three volumes of the blockbuster series by Eisner award-winning writer Grant Morrison (ALL-STAR SUPERMAN, BATMAN)! Follow the...
THE INVISIBLES BOOK ONE
These stories from THE INVISIBLES #1-12 and ABSOLUTE VERTIGO #1 introduce the latest recruit into the covert action team known as the Invisibles: a teenage lout from the streets of...
THE SPECTRE VOL. 2: THE WRATH OF GODIn these stories from issues #13-22, The Spectre witnesses genocide on a global scale, leading him to sit in judgment on humanity. Plus: Professor Nicodemus Hazzard gains control of The Spectre with the Spear of Destiny! Guest-starring John Constantine, Superman and more!
John Constantine broke into the spotlight in this, his first solo comic, with the grisly tale "Hunger!" Reprinted for just $1.00, this issue is featured in the HELLBLAZER: ORIGINAL SINS TP.
THE BIG BOOK OF THE '70S
THE BIG BOOK OF THE 70'S is a comprehensive and educational journey back to the most tumultuous and tacky decade of modern history. Using comic strips to revisit the "Me" Era, this entertaining cultural history text looks at the origins and emergence of such oddities as the pet rock, bell bottoms, mood rings, disco, streaking, and running. But at the same time deeper issues like Vietnam, the women's movement, terrorism, and the gasoline shortage are also treated with the respect that they deserve.