There's more Bojeffries goodness from Alan Moore and Steve Parkhouse and another strange chapter of Bricktop from Glenn Fabry (with Chris Smith)
Black and white, anthology. There's more Bojeffries goodness from Alan Moore and Steve Parkhouse and another strange chapter of Bricktop from Glenn Fabry (with Chris Smith). Nick Abadzis puts in a touching tale with 'The Boy Who Defied Gravity,' and David Lloyd beautifully paints the Ramsey Campbell story 'The Proxy. The good parts of the book only throw the weaker bits into sharper contrast, so perhaps Bambos Georgiou's Elvistein story's not as bad as it seems.
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For the Golden Age comic book, see A-1 Comics. Heartsprings and Watchstops", Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean. Prologue Epilogue", Dean Motter. A1 is a graphic novel anthology series published by British company Atomeka Press. It was created in 1989 by Garry Leach and Dave Elliott. In 2004 it was restarted, publishing new and old material. These were four 48-page color books featuring work from Dave McKean, Kent Williams, Scott Hampton, George Pratt, P. Craig Russell, Glenn Fabry, Pedro Henry, and many others, including the late Martin Emond. In 2004 Atomeka started publishing A1 again starting with A1 Big Issue Zero.
Cover Story, Neil Gaiman and Kelly Jones. Bricktop: "Sunglasses", Chris Smith and Glenn Fabry. Tor: "Food Chain", Joe Kubert. Jeff Hawke: "The Devil at Rennes-le-Chateau", Sydney Jordan, Trevor Goring and Thayed Rich. In the Penal Colony, Peter Milligan and Brett Ewins (adapted from Franz Kafka). The Contact, Brett Ewins and Shaky Kane. Knuckles the Malevolent Nun, Cornelius Stone and Roger Langridge. Bic: "Party Piece", Ed Hillyer. The Boy Who Defied Gravity, Nick Abadzis.
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Big Death", Peter Milligan and David Lloyd "King Pant", Philip Bond and Jamie Hewlett "Mr X": "Windows", panels by Nick Abadzis, Mark Badger, Simon Bisley, Brian Bolland, Philip Bond, Bob Burden, Paul Chadwick, Brett Ewins, Mark Farmer, Dave Gibbons, Paul Grist, Jamie Hewlett, John Higgins, Michael Kaluta, David Lloyd, Ted McKeever, Mike Mignola, Kev O'Neill, Paul Rivoche, William G. Simpson, Bryan Talbot .
Stories by Neil Gaiman, Glenn Fabry, Chris Smith, Peter Milligan, Shaky Kane, Joe Kubert, Sydney Jordan, Cornelius Stone, Ed Hillyer, Jeff Jones, Nick Abadzis, Bruce Jones, Bambos Georgiou, Ramsey Campbell, Bill Mumy, Miguel Ferrer, and Steve Dillon. Art by Kelley Jones, Glenn Fabry, Brett Ewins, Joe Kubert, Trevor Goring, Roger Langridge, Ed Hillyer, Jeff Jones, Nick Abadzis, Jim Sullivan, Bambos Georgiou, David Lloyd, Steve Leialoha, and Steve Dillon.
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Shadow Show, a book of truly great stories, is the perfect tribute to America’s master storyteller
Shadow Show, a book of truly great stories, is the perfect tribute to America’s master storyteller. Stan Lee, legendary comic book writer and former president and chairman of Marvel Comics Great new tales of imagination in the Bradbury tradition. Hugh Hefner, publisher and founder of Playboy Enterprises In Shadow Show, 26 acclaimed writers have come together to pay tribute to the work. of the one and only Ray Bradbury with never before published stories inspired by the master