When Elizabeth and Apollyon’s dreams are suddenly linked, the two call a truce long enough to get to the bottom of their strange, new connection. To help, they consult an ancient being who can interpret dreams and when he dives into Elizabeth’s skull he falls straight into an apocalyptic nightmare!
Young vampires Elizabeth, Viona, and Morticia join together to form an amateur detective group when a series of strange events shake up the town. By the time all is said and done the girls may wish they had left well enough alone.
A vampire marrying a mortal? It seems like one of the most unlikely of pairings. And yet, for Jack Deadly and Elizabeth Voltair, their unexpected introduction to each other will find a relationship that will change both of their lives forever.
See what forces worked behind the scenes to bring Jack and Elizabeth together. Discover the origins behind Jack’s transformation into a superhuman killing machine and finally see the man behind the mask! All of this and more await you in this story of the beginning of everyone’s favorite spooky couple in this DOUBLE SIZED 36 page issue!
Meet Hank Burns and his friends Tony Parsons and Monique Parsons. Together, they run a small video store with dreams of making a living in an industry they love.
With their sharp wit and even sharper humor, there is no element of pop culture that is safe from the Nerdly Trio’s critical gaze.
Now you can own this classic series with this complete collection of online comic strips from it’s original run. From late night Pizza Ninja deliveries to unruly customers who need put in their place, this great volume is packed with tons of laughs and wackiness.
Atomic Belch Man™ is a figure unlike any you’ve probably seen. While at first glance he appears to be a hero, he is actually a plague upon the citizens he supposedly protects, often inflicting untold amounts of pain on them before being distracted by some super villain stupid enough to get his attention.
Now you can see where it all began with this collection of lost comics from the 90’s. These strips are crude and rarely make sense, each one being drawn on notebook paper in one pass with ink pen. No editing, no spell checking.