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Infected by Art (IBA)Volume Four: The Best of the World's Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Horror Art; ISBN #978-1-16345-113-7; art book showcasing world-wide submissions of emerging artists who have submitted their art to IBA for a competition judged by some of the finest artists in the world who determine the pieces included in this book; available October/2016.
This ground-breaking collector’s edition features over 300 pieces of art from the world's best fantasy, Science fiction, and horror artists in a range of various mediums. Each page of this book will feature the name of the artist, the title of the art, the medium in which it was created, and the artist’s website.
From fantastic scenes of science fiction to the worlds of fantasy and horror, this book has it all and will appeal to anyone who appreciates the fantastic arts. Artwork included in IBA Volume Four ranges from traditionally drawn and painted art, to artwork done digitally, as well as sculpture. Each piece of art was hand picked by a select group of judges, With over 100 years of combined experience, each of these artists are uniquely qualified to decide the best of the best in all of the submissions to IBA for Volume Four. This year the competition was judged by: Allen Williams; Erica Berkowitz; Lauren Panepinto; and Patrick Jones.
$ 12.99 $ 14.99
For the first time ever, the Avon edition of The Phantom is back in print! Hermes Press is proud to announce that they will be publishing all fifteen pocket Avon books, starting in August 2016, every other month! Book one starts off with Lee Falk explaining, via the twentieth Phantom, the histories of the Phantoms that came before the current Ghost Who Walks. Famed artist George Wilson (Dr. Solar, Magnus Robot Fighter, The Phantom) painted all of the covers used for the Avon series, and they are reproduced beautifully to keep all of the details from the original books intact for a new generation of Phans to enjoy!
This first exciting book in the series, titled “The Story of The Phantom: The Ghost Who Walks,” tells the story of the childhood and adolescence of the twenty-first Phantom. His father, the twentieth Phantom, regales the reader and young Kit Walker of the men who came before him: the fighter who beat Redbeard the Pirate, while gaining the heart of Queen Natala; the harrowing actions that the twentieth Phantom took to regain the friendship of the Rope People, and many more stories!
In this opening to the series, we also meet Diana Palmer– the love of the Phantom, the woman who always can count on the Phantom to rescue her, even before he becomes The Ghost Who Walks.
This thrilling beginning shows the man behind the mask, as Kit and Guran, his confident and friend, embark on the first of many adventures. Be sure to tune in, because you’d hate to come in late to this tale!
To celebrate the exclusive premiere of The Art of Jim Davis' Garfield, the ultimate art book about all things Garfield, Hermes Press is offering a special signed, numbered, extremely limited edition — with a special art plate — available only at Comic-Con. The book also boasts a specially designed cover (beneath the dustjacket, pictured here, created just for this edition).
LIMITED EDITION OF 250.
These are the leftover books we found when unpacking from SDCC! They have some minor cosmetic damage (slight boxing on the edges) from being shipped around, but otherwise are in great condition. Please be aware that they are NOT in perfect condition, and that you are accepting that what you get may not be a perfect product. No refunds on this item.
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The all-new six part critically acclaimed mini-series written by Peter David with art by Sal Velluto triumphantly returning the original, Ghost Who Walks ― The Phantom― to comic books is now collected together as a deluxe graphic novel!
This classic tale pits The Phantom against the Singh Brotherhood and their metal-handed leader who are intent on plundering an ancient fabled City of Gold. Only The Phantom, Diana and a newly found alley ―taken from the pages of the first Phantom adventure― can stop them! Filled with action, suspense, intrigue and surprises that will thrill Phantom fans and lure those only familiar with the legend.
This is the hardcover variant only available through Hermes Press or your local comic book shop.
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The Phantom the Complete Newspaper Dailies and Sundays by Lee Falk and Wilson McCoy: Volume Ten 1950-1951; Hardcover with deluxe dustjacket and endpapers; 100 pound matte finish coated stock paper; 272 pages; special color section with historical essay; tenth book in the series presenting the complete Phantom daily and Sunday strips (one “combined” story only — the last of these storylines of the dailies and Sundays); 9” x 11.75” landscape format; six complete continuities; ISBN #978-1-61345-106-9; $60.00.
The critically acclaimed, best selling complete reprint of The Phantom continues! Referred to by comic strip historian Maurice Horn as the “granddaddy of all costumed superheroes,” The Phantom was created in 1936 by Lee Falk with artwork by Ray Moore. The strip hit the funny pages of newspapers well before the Dark Knight or Superman made their first appearances and has been acknowledged as an influence on every “masked man of mystery” since. The Phantom set the standard for action, adventure, intrigue, and romance in adventure comic strips and comic books – it has frequently been copied but never equaled.
The daily version of The Phantom ran separately from the Sundays until the “Fathers and Sons” storyline. Starting with that story, which began on February 21, 1949 and ending with “The Ape Idol of the Durugu” concluding on May 6, 1950 the continuities ran together. Volume Nine of this series offered the first three daily/Sunday continuities and Volume Ten offers the final chapter of the combined continuities (dailies in black-and-white and Sundays in glorious color!) together with five more complete daily continuities — as the Sundays returned to their normal, separate storylines. The adventures featured in Volume Ten are: “The Ape Idol of the Durugu,” “The Movie Stars,” “The White Monkey,” “The Gray Gang,” “The Whirlpool Channel,” and “The Tiger Girl.”
Included in the volume is a comprehensive essay and documentary materials.