Here's the one Copacetic customers have been ringing the phone off the hook about. And not without reason. Each issue of Ganges has managed to make something new with the comics form. Huizenga pretty much picks up here where #3 left off – it may very well be the very same evening, diegetically speaking – and continues exploring the twilight zone of consciousness that lies between waking and sleeping, where memory and fantasy mix with all kinds of thought: this time around, from list-making to self-analysis to pondering the nature and meaning of being and time and space and... well, you get the...
(Book Three in the New Edition of the collected Love and Rockets) Yes! The next two volumes in the fantastic new packaging of the One True Classic of Modern American Comics have arrived ahead of schedule. We can hardly believe it, but are pleased to report that these two are, if possible, even more wonderful than the first two. The Girl from H.O.P.P.E.R.S. contains the long out of print Death of Speedy in its entirety along with so much more greatness. Should you be looking for a good entry point into the world of Love and Rockets for yourself or another, look no further! Start here. BACK IN STOCK!
<<•>> WAREHOUSE FIND <<•>> Much to our amazement, a heretofore unknown secret stash of the original 1995 newspaper edition of Storeyville has been unearthed! Each copy had been sealed in a polypropylene bag and the entire box had been taped up and stored away in a corner where it was eventually forgotten... until now! We haven't seen a copy of this for sale anywhere for years (except for one that was on sale on Amazon for $1000!) so, if this is something you've been thinking about, don't debate about it too long, as there's only this one box, and when it's...
e is quickly gripped by a feeling of the uncanny. The realization that the precise spatial coordinates occupied by the room which we are currently occupying as we sit reading has existed for billions of years and that our physical surroundings, which seem so concrete and fixed, are as fleeting and effervescent as clouds passing overhead, when subjected to the fullness of time, and, what's more, that somehow all these different moments that flow through this space, one after the other for as close to eternity as it is possible for us to imagine, as a result of the room's seeming fixity, must all exist together, linked in some...
A long time coming, Collier's Popular Press is a hefty softcover volume just released by Conundrum Press. It starts off with an introduction by noted Canadian comics scholar, Jeet Heer, who situates Collier's work here squarely in the tradition of "observational cartooning," for which he provides a concise history before ushering in a whoppin' 200 pages of Collier comics, originally published over three decades in a variety of Canadian newspapers and magazines – few, if any, of which have previously reached the straining eyeballs of stateside comics readers. In addition, a series of Collier's...
Yes, it's that time of year. We've put together (and are still adding to) a giant page of great gift items on sale here at copaetic. It's in a clunky scrolling form that is good for reading, but not for ordering from; to do the latter, you'll have to head back here to copaceticcomics.com and search for the item in question. Please be forewarned that a few of the items are already near to selling out; only a few, tho' - we've put in a pretty good stock, so check 'em out.
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