JACK OF FABLES #21
Jack's sidekick Gary — the Pathetic Fallacy — takes center stage in the Golden Boughs Theatrical Society's production of Hamlet! With: Alice as Ophelia, a pair of squash rackets as Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, and Wicked John as Laertes! But who's using the play as cover for an escape attempt? Find out in this thrilling issue that even your freshman Lit professor would be proud of! Note: This issue may contain streaking.
JACK OF FABLES VOL. 4: AMERICANA
Jack hits the road in seach of a lost city of gold in this new collection featuring issues #17-21. Aided by his sidekicks Paul Bunyan, Humpty Dumpty, Gary the pathetic fallacy and the mysterious Hillary Page, Jack's in for the adventure of a lifetime!
HOUSE OF MYSTERY VOL. 1: ROOM AND BOREDOM
"This is the next Vertigo pillar to watch!" — Wizard
AMERICAN SPLENDOR #4
Harvey Pekar is never at a loss for something to say about any topic. In the concluding issue of this groundbreaking miniseries, illustrated by an all-star roster of comics' finest artists, Harvey visits Chicago, offers his thoughts on the World Cup, and returns to battle another renegade bathroom fixture, among other adventures.
AMERICAN SPLENDOR: ANOTHER DAY
Harvey Pekar returns to celebrate 30 years of autobiographical comics with his newest volume collecting the 4-issue acclaimed miniseries.
AMERICAN SPLENDOR: ANOTHER DOLLAR
More moving moments from the life of the essential everyman! Harvey Pekar returns with the second Vertigo volume of his AMERICAN SPLENDOR series. Harvey moves into his senior years and finds that he may be able to cope after all.
AMERICAN SPLENDOR #3
From the streets of Cleveland, Harvey Pekar creates a portrait of everyday life spanning decades past to the not-too-distant future. Childhood fistfights, early morning medical worries and the unsettled demographics of Pekar's venerable city come together in these eight all-new, ad-free stories, illustrated by some of the most inventive artists in comics.
AMERICAN SPLENDOR #1
In 2006, comics legend Harvey Pekar brought his unflinching tales of ordinary life to Vertigo with an all-new run of AMERICAN SPLENDOR, the comic that, 30 years earlier, rose "from the streets of Cleveland" and changed how we look at comics. Often imitated but never duplicated, Pekar proved that he still has the power to "make mundane reality seem like the highest drama" (Entertainment Weekly) in his critically acclaimed Vertigo series.