Neil Gaiman weaves the story of a man interested in capturing the physical manifestation of Death but who instead captures the King of Dreams.
The chapter ’24 Hours’ is worth the price of the book alone; it stands as one of the most chilling examples of horror in comics and let’s not underestimate Gaiman’s achievement of personifying Death as overly cheery, cute goth girl!
Collecting issues #1-8 (1988-1989).
Universally celebrated as one of comics' most influential creators, Will Eisner broke new ground with nearly every project he undertook Read more
Written by Matthew Rosenberg, We Can Never Go Home is the story of two teenagers, a mixtape, a stolen car, Read more
Violent Cases reveals the often murky nexus between memory and imagination through the narrator's cloudy childhood remembrance of a visit Read more
Good Omens is a six episode series due to hit BBC2 in the UK and Amazon Prime globally on May Read more
The entire run of the acclaimed SUPER SONS series is collected in an omnibus hardcover! First, Superboy and Robin meet Read more
Legendary filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky (The Incal, Metabarons) and virtuosic illustrator Jose Ladronn (Cable, Incredible Hulk) deliver a sequel to Jodorowsky’s Read more
Frank Miller's Sin City is revisited in this second volume - A Dame To Kill For where Dwight McCarthy is working Read more
It’s a lousy room in a lousy part of a lousy town. But Marv doesn’t care. There’s an angel in Read more
This collection begins with an Endless family meeting, wherein Desire taunts Morpheus about his intolerant treatment of a former lover, Read more