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Hilarious re-invention of the comic-strip, a surreal visual feast with an extraordinary sense of design from Hip-Hop cartoon band Gorillaz' co-creator Jamie Hewlett. Hewligan: The last sane man in the asylum. The fate of the planet Earth rests on his scalp. That's because of Hewligan's haircut; the most elegant thatch ever created which happens to contain a magic hole. Together with the reality-warping, Scarlet O'Gasmeter, he is going to save reality and fall in love.
Steve MacManus, the editor of 2000 AD during its 1980s heyday, lifts the lid on how the UK’s most important comic came into existence and his extraordinary role in shaping it into a industry-revolutionising icon. In 1973, a twenty-year-old MacManus joined Fleetway Publications as a sub-editor on UK adventure title Valiant. Six years later he took charge of the company’s most celebrated weekly, 2000 AD, shepherding it through its ‘Golden Age’ as he commissioned numerous hit series such as The Ballad of Halo Jones, Sláine, Rogue Trooper, Nemesis the Warlock and more. For many he remains the definitive editor of the multi-award-winning SF anthology. Now, in this warm and witty memoir, MacManus vividly describes the fiercely creative environment that was British comics in the 1970s and ‘80s – from Battle and Action to the stellar rise of 2000 AD and Judge Dredd, he details the personalities at play and the corporate politics and deadline battles he and others engaged in on a daily basis. With keen insight, MacManus reveals how 2000 AD defined comics for a generation and became a global phenomenon.
Danny Franks knew that the war against the Krool would be hell. They kill without compassion, taking prisoners for torture and experimentation; their armies are infinite; their weapons are horrifying. But Danny had no idea that the real horrors would be his comrades – he’s in Bad Company! Danny Franks knew that the war against the Krool would be hell. They kill without compassion, taking prisoners for torture and experimentation; their armies are infinite; their weapons are horrifying. But Danny had no idea that the real horrors would be his comrades – he’s in Bad Company!
Marking the 20th anniversary of Tank Girl, with a new introduction from Alan Martin, and rarely seen material from Jamie Hewlett, this is the first in a series of ultimate collections. Presented for the first time in chronological order and in glorious black and white - as nature intended. Warning: Adults only!
New London of 2921 is a crowded, filthy slime-pit awash with Death-Juice junkies, Latin-spouting armored fascists, exploding nuns and a religious cult who worship Bing CrosbyÕs left testicle. ItÕs also home to ultra-violent, foul-mouthed private eye Johnny Nemo Ð a streetwise PI who deals in deathÉ and simple solutions to complex problems. The classic, remastered collection features never-before-seen art and is the crowing glory of award-winning writer, Peter Milligan (All-New Doop, Hellblazer, Shadowman) and Illustrators Brett Ewins (Bad Company, Skreemer).
Martin Keane's dad wanted him to be a cop, but Martin has other ideas. However when his wife goes missing Martin's life begins to unravel and as he delves further into the history of his family to discover why, he uncovers dark secrets.
"There's nothing "odd," "see" about this epic quest! Tank Girl's first ever, full-colour book-long adventure. Featuring a brand new introduction from writer Peter Milligan and rarely seen Tank Girl comic strips by Milligan, Hewlett and Phillip Bond. The epic saga is viewed through the deeply warped Tank Girl lens in a labyrinthine tale involving demented Hollywood agents, zombies, James Joyce, the Prince of Farts, the ancient Greek poet Homer and shedloads of nudity and violence"--P. [4] of cover.

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