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PART ONE Amity Blamity follows a mute four year-old, Gretchen, and Chester, a potbellied pig whose ability to talk seems to have earned him a place in Gretchen's grandmother's home, rather than hanging from an abattoir hook!
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PART TWO Amity Blamity follows a mute four year-old, Gretchen, and Chester, a potbellied pig whose ability to talk seems to have earned him a place in Gretchen's grandmother's home, rather than hanging from an abattoir hook!
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PART THREE Amity Blamity follows a mute four year-old, Gretchen, and Chester, a potbellied pig whose ability to talk seems to have earned him a place in Gretchen's grandmother's home, rather than hanging from an abattoir hook!
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PART FOUR Amity Blamity follows a mute four year-old, Gretchen, and Chester, a potbellied pig whose ability to talk seems to have earned him a place in Gretchen's grandmother's home, rather than hanging from an abattoir hook!
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PART FIVE Amity Blamity follows a mute four year-old, Gretchen, and Chester, a potbellied pig whose ability to talk seems to have earned him a place in Gretchen's grandmother's home, rather than hanging from an abattoir hook!
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In a land ruled over by a self indulgent king there sits a small outpost town. Within that town is a prison and within its deepest and dankest cell a man creates an image of great beauty on his cell door. While the potential to profit from his work enables his escape, real freedom is still far from reach.
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Zombies in the time of King Arthur's Round Table is the premise of this exciting new comic book series by Ron Wolfe and Dustin Higgins (artists and co-creator of Pinocchio Vampire Slayer). The undead of the "walking starvation" lurch into Camelot in the opening pages of Knights of the Living Dead by illustrator Dusty Higgins and writer Ron Wolfe. The mournful King Arthur has sentenced Queen Guinevere to burn for her infidelity, but her non-too-secretly expects her lover, Sir Lancelot, to save her. And here comes rescuer - Lancelot! - the greatest knight on the greatest stallion, with a horde of the shambling dead behind him...
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Sir Lancelot charges into Camelot in the conclusion of Knights of the Living Dead by Illustrator Dusty and writer Ron Wolfe. But as the greatest knight of all fights through the courtyard to reach the queen, Guinevere, before she burns at the stake, she sees he is not the hero she expected. Lancelot is among the stricken of the "walking starvation." Lancelot - and no one can stop him - Lancelot! ... with a terrible need that has nothing to do with love.
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Part 3 of 5. Alex Cox presents a story that can only be set in Loserville. Deke has ambitions, he wants to be either a novelist, or screenwriter, or artist, or professional wrestler. He can't decide which. All he knows is that he doesn't like working at an insurance company. His wife Jenna, on the other hand, is a workaholic. Jenna also complains about having hot feet and that she might have the worst disease in the world: Multiple Sploderorsis, a disease that dooms you to a life of crippling pain... and then you might explode! Very few people have it, mainly because they all eventually explode. Now Deke and Jenna are faced with the challenges of knowing that she might explode at any moment...
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Part 4 of 5. Alex Cox presents a story that can only be set in Loserville. Deke has ambitions, he wants to be either a novelist, or screenwriter, or artist, or professional wrestler. He can't decide which. All he knows is that he doesn't like working at an insurance company. His wife Jenna, on the other hand, is a workaholic. Jenna also complains about having hot feet and that she might have the worst disease in the world: Multiple Sploderorsis, a disease that dooms you to a life of crippling pain... and then you might explode! Very few people have it, mainly because they all eventually explode. Now Deke and Jenna are faced with the challenges of knowing that she might explode at any moment...
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Part 5 of 5. Alex Cox presents a story that can only be set in Loserville. Deke has ambitions, he wants to be either a novelist, or screenwriter, or artist, or professional wrestler. He can't decide which. All he knows is that he doesn't like working at an insurance company. His wife Jenna, on the other hand, is a workaholic. Jenna also complains about having hot feet and that she might have the worst disease in the world: Multiple Sploderorsis, a disease that dooms you to a life of crippling pain... and then you might explode! Very few people have it, mainly because they all eventually explode. Now Deke and Jenna are faced with the challenges of knowing that she might explode at any moment...
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The year is 1928 and an Italian airship expedition to the North Pole has mysteriously disappeared. Excitement changes to uncertainty when the Italia and her international crew reach the pole, issue a celebratory radio communiqua, and are never heard from again. As a worldwide search effort gears up, a down on his luck American newspaper reporter is dispatched to the top of the Earth to cover the event.
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As the American newspaper reporter H.R. makes his way across the Atlantic to rendezvous with a Russian icebreaker, the now-stranded crew of the airship Italia prepare for an extended stay on the drifting icepack where they've crashed. Difficulties arise on both fronts as H.R. finds day-to-day life challenging aboard a foreign vessel, while on the ice, fissures begin to form among the marooned crewmen.
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Members of the stranded crew of the airship Italia have spotted land, but planning a journey across the vast ice expanse causes conflicts anew among the increasingly fractious party. Meanwhile, aboard the rescue ship Krassin, American reporter H.R. finds the radio gear he needs for work monopolized by his Russian counterpart, Zowie, who has little tolerance for his brash attitude.
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The year is 1928 and an Italian airship expedition to the North Pole has mysteriously disappeared. Excitement changes to uncertainty when the Italia and her international crew reach the pole, issue a celebratory radio communiqua, and are never heard from again. As a worldwide search effort gears up, a down on his luck American newspaper reporter is dispatched to the top of the Earth to cover the event.
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The year is 1928 and an Italian airship expedition to the North Pole has mysteriously disappeared. Excitement changes to uncertainty when the Italia and her international crew reach the pole, issue a celebratory radio communiqua, and are never heard from again. As a worldwide search effort gears up, a down on his luck American newspaper reporter is dispatched to the top of the Earth to cover the event.
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Model A by Jef Bambas is story about a robot breaking free from its assembly line and making its own way into the world. A silent comic, Model A is filled with heart and is cute as all heck. And, it's got robots, and who doesn't like robots?
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Continuing the SLG ongoing robotic series. Model A meets Model B! But is he friend, foe, or something else entirely and what are his plans for Model A?
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Model A meets Model B... and Model B...and Model B! Model A discovers that he is definitely NOT alone anymore and seems to be making far more foes than friends! Continuing the ongoing robotic series.
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MONSTERS! Giant monsters to be exact. Big bug-eyed monsters in the grand tradition of Jack Kirby and all of the comics we used to know and love. One of the oddest comics you will ever read, Monstrosis follows our favorite hero Doris Danger as she delves deep into the mystery of the giant monsters that seem to be everywhere.
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