Friday — December 4th, 2009
THE CARDINAL SPECIAL EDITION #1
K.J. Kolka’s The Cardinal is one of the longest running Christian comic there is, and with The Cardinal Special Edition #1, Kolka takes his hero in a bold new direction! Here, in print for the first time, are the new adventures of the Cardinal, as seen on Comics Sherpa.
Your price: $3.00
December 18th, 2009
Proverbs and Parables
An anthology of short vignettes based around the Proverbs of the Old Testament and the Parables of Christ.
Over sixty artists participated in this collection, reflecting a wide range of art styles and genres – from “funny animals” to “grim-and-gritty”.
A visual celebration of the words of the wise and the wisdom of God.
144 pages, color cover, b+w interior, tradepaperback
December 17th, 2009
Amazing true Life Stories #2
The second issue of this amazing series is now available. Featuring the true story of two unlikely Civil War spies — one, a southern belle; the other, a servant for the Confederate president — each risking their life as they follow their convictions by spying for the union.
Stories were written by Dan Schwabauer, with art by Gary Shipman (Pakkins’ Land).
32 pages, full color
December 16th, 2009
True stories of men, women and children who have made a difference by choosing right over wrong and others over themselves.
Amazing true Life Stories #1
The first issue of Amazing true Life Stories introduces us to Sgt. Strick, a World War II soldier whose honor and integrity saved countless lives. We also meet Bill Corum, a hardened criminal who becomes transformed by the renewing spirit of Christ.
Stories were written by Dan Schwabauer, with art by Gabriel Valles. $3.50
December 15th, 2009
In 1910 Thomas Edison made the world’s first Frankenstein film. Today only one print of that silent film era movie exists, making it one of the oldest and rarest epics in film history. In this graphic novel, award winning writer ChrisYambar has adapted Edison’s version of the Frankenstein story into a piece of comic book literature that is both moody and moving. Joined by artist Robb Bihun, “Edison’s Frankenstein (1910)” is a powerful work, which culminates in a thought provoking climax. Not just a reproduction of the original film’s visuals and title cards, this graphic novel is a tale of redemption and forgiveness.
December 14th, 2009
Created by 8 year old Layne Toth, “the hardest working kid in comics”, the pint-sized sensation teams up with Chris Yambar, Levi Krause and her grandma, Ladonna Morales, to produce an all-new comic series that is sure to please the young and the young of heart! Everything goes crazy when two little girls come to live with their grandma in the heart of Meanniapolis, the creepiest city on earth. When Faith tests out her supernatural anti-monster armor she comes face to face with Big Dirty, the biggest and stinkiest citizen of all. PU! Can she ever make friends in such a horrible place? Maybe after her homework gets done.
December 13th, 2009
Laurel and the flies confront their worst possible problem: not only are they trapped in the timestream . . . not only did they accidentally bring Galileo with them . . . not only have they lost track of Darchon . . . they’re also stuck with a new enemy in their midst, the time traveling Venus flytrap Xarq!
December 12th, 2009
In London in the 1800s, Laurel and her cyborg insect companions meet Michael Faraday, who helped create the electromagnetic motor. But the flies’ powers have been drained, and if they plan to continue their mission they must hurry to get them back before they lose track of Darchon!
December 11th, 2009
When their time tunnel collides with another time tunnel, Laurel and her friends lose Wormhole, only to have him replaced by another fly — this one from their future! Now they must not only rescue Gregor Mendel from Darchon, but find a way to get Wormhole and the future fly back to where they belong!
December 10th, 2009
Breakout In Berlin, just before the breakout of World War II, Laurel and her fly companions find that they don’t just need to help the Jewish scientist Lise Meitner from the deadly spider Darchon, but also from the Nazis!
December 9th, 2009
Laurel and the flies follow the evil spider Darchon to the American Revolutionary War, where they must find and defend Benjamin Franklin and Benjamin Banneker from being kidnapped.