"Wait...It Gets Worse has been described as "Ferris Bueller meets Mad" and that is pretty apt. It also might be described as "Timothy Leary meets Mad." Our goal has been to carry the torch of the underground comix (with an "x) greats of the 1960's - 1980's. Not many people doing quite what we're attempting to do anymore," says Doug Latino.
"The rogue’s gallery of auto-bio comics authors is replete with some truly fucked-up personalities. Crumb, Pekar, Wilson, Eichhorn, Joe Matt…the list goes on. Do these incredible creators embellish and play up their foibles for dramatic and comic effect? Sure, but to varying degrees these are all people with problems. The funny thing about Doug is that he’s actually sane. Stable, even! Once you get past his drug-soaked early years, he’s a pretty wholesome dude. But no amount of wholesomeness or stability can withstand the slaps and slights that life throws at you, and that’s what many of these stories are about. Doug and I are pretty much normal guys, dealing with the humiliating stuff that normal guys deal with. The only difference is that instead of telling our problems to a therapist, we’re telling them to you! Sorry about that," says Gideon Kendal.
Fritz Lang's 1927 film Metropolis is not just an Art Deco icon. It stands among the most impactful works ever made. From Superman to Star Wars, the achievement of Metropolis has proven endlessly influential. It's even finding a sort of eerie prescience today, as "artificial intelligence" poses an existential threat to our world as we know it. Metropolis entered the public domain this year. We were ready.
The other side of our new treasury-sized book is loaded with pulse-pounding GHOST Agents action as Donna Printiss, Li, and a few new agents take on the freak-out invasion of creatures from the Netherworld.
There is also an action figure!?!?
Join the half man, half monster Paris Larkoff, AKA Parafrenic, as he tries to survive and navigate the dangerous Vagrant Street and the creepy crazy creatures that inhabit it all while trying to make a buck as an actor in a world where it isn't always evident that the cameras have started (or stopped) rolling! Featuring truly unique stories with organic and authentic culture references (consistent with creators who grew up in the 70s and 80s), incredibly detailed art and more monsters per panel than any comic out there, Parafrenic is an entertaining and completely original offering in the world of comic books that must be seen...and read... to be believed! By Gary Cramer and Tate Griffen
This time, it's a saga that spans centuries as the Agents of GHOST do battle with the anarchic malevolence of the gang collectively called Apocalyptico. From the barbarian age to a cataclysmic climax leading to a far future of untold savagery, GHOST Agents: Crimson Reckoning has all that and the spy-fi action and intrigue that you've come to expect from Writer/Producer Rocko Jerome and a cohort of up and coming artists.
Adam Lemnah's tale of vengeance fueled by the dark sorcery of an eldritch cult, is an homage to 1970’s Barbarian comics and 1980’s “outlaw” comics; to the fantasy art of Dungeons and Dragons and heavy metal album covers. Get in on this now! It features a back up story written by Manny Gomez with art by underground cartoonist Rick Lopez and a pinup gallery including Outlaw comics legends Ken Landgraf and Alex Delaney.
Barry Tan joins us, fresh off his INSANE work on G.H.O.S.T. Agents, to release his tribute to Image Comics the Contraband Comic Cavalcade. Check it out for your self as Ed & Jim from Cartoonist Kayfabe take a look through this modern comic masterwork. But you don't have to take their word for it...
224 pages of autobio comics, graphic essay pieces, and illustrations from New York Times comics creator Tony Wolf! Featuring true life stories from his 23 years in Greenpoint Brooklyn, as well as comics about unique food history, political cartoons, and unusual anecdotes.
This is a collection of episodic, standalone stories all set in the same world and featuring a cast of new characters. It's the wildly imaginative work of up and coming artists Chris Anderson, Ben Perkins, Barry Tan, Chris Fason, Christian J. Meesey (Meesimo), Adam Lemnah, John Burkett, Craig CK, Shawn Coots, Chris Humphreys, Dave Grom, Rick Lopez, Chris Fason, Danny Nicholas, Dave Praetorius, Miguel Galindo, Jason Foster, Peter Hensel, Tony Fero, and Sam J. Royale, all from stories written by Rocko Jerome.
Across time and space, the clandestine organization called G.H.O.S.T. (Global Hierarchy Of Secret Tactics) sends its agents to combat threats with bad intentions- lycanthropic drug addicts, demons from the netherworld tearing into the space/time continuum, and the nihilistic, fashion obsessed terrorists collectively known as APOCALYPTICO.
We have teamed up with Kevin to re-release his EPIC Space Knights in a new book PACKED with bonus content and the ALL NEW Tales of Space Knights oversized Zine! Space Knights is an epic-fantasy anthology comic, featuring three different stories taking place within the same universe: plagued by war, cults, religious inquisition, and corporate sponsored genocide. Come, see, and behold this uncharted universe of Space Knights!
The brand new book from Cosmic Lion Productions is Weird Myths by Ozan Bilaloğlu. "Weird Myths is a one man's silent anthology about his awesome creations and self-myths. I bet you don't see something like that everyday.The book have something like 20 stories all of them are silent but your eyes will be widely open when you see the ends.Also we have a nice homage cover to Bernard Bailey's Weird Mysteries 4.Swipe for the more photos and interior artwork." Ozan Bilaloğlu
Some animations of some of Ozans favorite comics from Weird Myths.