The pink and blue are back! William Cardini has teamed up with Frank Santoro and Sacred Prism to show that there’s life in the old girl yet. The “old girl” we’re referring to here is Castle™, the hero(ine) of the cult classic comic book series, Cold Heat that ran for either six or eight issues, depending on how you look at it (the last two issues were both double issues; 5/6 & 7/8), along with, now with this issue, ten stand alone Cold Heat Specials by ten different artists, each involving some (widely varying) degree of involvement with series co-creator, Frank Santoro. This time out we have a 16 page two-color (pink & blue, ’natch) Risograph that has Castle meeting the minotaur in the maze, but, of course, there’s a hallucinatory twist along with Cold Heat specific plot elements. Get it now before it vanishes into the haze of rarity along with all the other Cold Heat Specials...
WAREHOUSE FIND! We Just located a small stash of these (i.e., they won't last long [in fact – gone!]).
Here it is: 40 oversize (9" x 12") glossy pages, printed in metallic pink and blue collecting the complete Blades & Lazers saga by Benjamin Marra. Page after page of archly ironic deptictions fo classic space fantasy comics tropes that allow you to laugh at yourself for still enjoying this; to have your cake and eat it too! PLUS -- an all new back up story by Lale Westvind!
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Yowza! Just when you least expected it, an all new issue of Secret Prison! This iteration manifests on our material plane as Glut Magazine, an oversize (10" x 13") newsprint comics magazine featuring some truly titanic talents! We can't help but single out Lale Westvind, who in addition to her cover delivers here a stunning 11 page piece half of which is composed of double page splashes that leap off the page and into Jack Kirby territory. WOW! Also here are great new comics stories by Jonathan Chandler, Thomas Toye and Anya Davidson, faux VHS advertisements by Pat Aulisio – plus, the inside front and back covers are actually a poster by Lane Milburn (if you dare to detach it from the body of the book and affix it to your wall)!