By Masamune Shirow; Translation by Frederik L. Schodt
March 6, 2035. Motoko Aramaki is a hyper-advanced cyborg, a counter-terrorist net security expert, heading the investigative department of the giant multi-national, Poseidon Industrial. Partly transcending the physical world and existing in a virtual world of networks, Motoko is a fusion of multiple entities and identities, deploying remotely controlled prosthetic humanoid surrogates around the globe to solve a series of bizarre incidents. Meanwhile, Tamaki Tamai, a psychic investigator from the Channeling Agency, has been commissioned to investigate strange changes in the temporal universe, brought about by two forces, one represented by the teachings of a professor named Rahampol, and the other by the complex, evolving Motoko entity. What unfolds will all be in a day's work...a day that will change everything, forever. Man-Machine Interface, the long awaited-sequel to Masamune Shirow's groundbreaking Ghost in the Shell and one of the most highly anticipated comics series in many years, finally reaches American shores. Featuring 100 pages of new art and story created since its original publication, most rendered in dazzling full color with awe-inspiring digital effects on a level never before seen in the annals of graphic fiction. Shirow has raised the bar for what can be achieved on the page, page after page!.
On sale October 30
FC, 40pg (no ads) $4.99

Featuring Pablo Picasso, Scott Lobdell, Jeff Matsuda, Joe Casey, Sean Phillips, Peter David, Alex Maleev, Francisco Ruiz Velasco, and Others
Cover by Leinil Francis Yu
Dark Horse presents a new anthology showcasing what we do best, with a healthy and diverse mix of action-adventure strips by some of the biggest and the best in mainstream and alternative comics creators. In a landmark Buffy story, Scott Lobdell and Jeff Matsuda reveal the first meeting between Angel and Dawn, set before Buffy ever came to Sunnydale, before she and Angel ever met. The X-Men and WildCats team of Joe Casey and Sean Phillips present autobiographics from the mainstream, with a short piece about a comics writer. Peter David and Alex Maleev give us a glimpse into Spyboy's dark future, and Francisco Ruiz Velasco provides a short story spin off from Lone Wolf and Cub 2100, which is featured on the cover by X-Men and Highroads artist Leinil Francis Yu. Also featured are new strips by Dave Land (Star Wars: Infinities) and Craig Thompson (Goodbye, Chunky Rice), and Scott Allie (Star Wars: Empire) and Paul Lee and Brian Horton (Creatures of Habit novel). Hellboy editor Scott Allie interviews Hellboy director Guillermo Del Toro (Blade II) and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola during the early days of production on their Hellboy film. We are also proud to present a special Dark Horse Fine Arts section, with shorts by R. Sikoryak (Drawn & Quarterly) and the Fillbach Brothers (Poison Elves), and, we kid you not, a two-page comic strip by the most important artist of the twentieth century, Pablo Picasso (Guernica).
On sale October 2
SC, 64pg, FC $6.95

In 1991, visionary creator Frank Miller continued his shakedown of the comics industry when he premiered his visceral and powerfully charged Sin City series. With Sin City, Miller sent a shock wave through the industry and beyond, stunning critics and amazing readers, the after-affects of which are still being felt today. While Miller is primarily praised for his outstanding stories, it is his breathtaking artwork that continues to shine on. To honor the artist and his groundbreaking work, Dark Horse Maverick is pleased to present Frank Miller: The Art of Sin City, a unique and handsomely bound hardcover coffee table book, containing pieces both published and unpublished - some never before seen by the public. Printed on glossy 100 lb. coated paper stock and featuring items ranging from preliminary to sketches to promotional pieces, this beautiful edition holds everything a Sin City fan, or connoisseur of fine art, could ever hope for.
* Featuring an introduction by noted comics historian R.C. Harvey
On sale November 6
HC, b&w and FC, 128 pgs, 9"x12", 3-piece case binding $39.95


Created & Written by Neil Gaiman
Painted by Michael Zulli
Just in time for those early Holiday shoppers, Dark Horse Maverick is pleased to offer the "Nicholas Was" Christmas Card! Beautifully painted by award-winning artist Michael Zulli (The Last Temptation), open the card and you'll find Neil Gaiman's bleakly charming Yuletide vignette "Nicholas Was. . ." from his short story collection Smoke and Mirrors. Bound in cellophane with six identical cards and envelopes to a bundle, these cards are sure to chase the gloom away from any Scrooge's heart. On sale October 30
FC, 4.625" x 6", 6 cards per pack $6.99

Created & Illustrated by Sergio Aragones
Written by Mark Evanier & Sergio Aragones
The three most inevitable things in the world are death, taxes, and another Groo collection from Dark Horse Maverick. This one is about the other two: Groo and his loyal pooch Rufferto encounter a king who is forever raising the cost of living and an undertaker who drives up the cost of dying. So the kingdom goes to war against ... well, they're not exactly sure of that part yet. But they're definitely going to war. What a time for Groo to be trapped in his solemn vow not to kill! And if you think that makes him any less dangerous, you don't know Groo. He's even worse ... as the savage warrior, Odoman the Invincible, finds out the hard way. The Eisner Award winning team of Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier do it again ... and if you're thinking that "it" involves anything other than bringing you some of the best adventures of the world's stupidest barbarian, you'd probably be wrong! On sale November 20
SC, FC, 112 pg $12.95

Created, Written, & Illustrated by Stan Sakai
Chizu was once the feared leader of the deadly Neko Ninja Clan, demanding respect and loyalty from those around her. But circumstances have made her a fugitive, and now she's running for her life, hunted by the clan that she used to command. Coming out of hiding to rescue the life of a child, Chizu quickly finds her own life in even more peril than before. Meanwhile, an elite ninja assassination team set their sights on what they believe are the keys to locating the missing woman - a pair of wandering ronin named Usagi and Jotaro! On sale October 30
b&w, 24 pg $2.99

Created & Written by Matt Wagner
Illustrated by Dan Brereton, Phil Hester & Ande Parks, Andi Watson, & More!
The Devil's Reign continues! Matt Wagner and Dark Horse present five more tales guaranteed to make your heart race and your blood run cold. There is only one thing that Hunter Rose - the man behind the assassin's mask of Grendel - holds more precious than his own life, and that is his adopted daughter Stacy Palumbo. But Hunter soon finds himself at odds with Stacy over her new friend, a wolf named Argent, who also happens to be Grendel's most deadly nemesis! Five stories. Five artists. One Vision. From the politics of organized crime to the ancient ethics of the Samurai warrior code and beyond, Wagner and company continue to explore the rich tapestry that is the world of Grendel! On sale October 9
32pg, b&w& r $4.99

Created & Written by Harvey Pekar
Illustrated by David Collier
This issue marks the conclusion to Harvey Pekar's fascinating and illuminating biography of Robert McNeill. With just a few weeks left in his tour of duty, nineteen-year-old McNeill's only thoughts are of escaping Vietnam's violently surrealistic landscape and returning home to the United States. But to do so, he must stay one step ahead of the enemies who try to take his life, the depression and nihilism that permeate his camp, and the commanding officers who use every loophole they can find to keep him in the bush. On sale October 9
24 pg, b&w $3.99

By Mike Kennedy, Francisco Paronzini, and Randy Emberlin;
Cover by Tim Bradstreet
Grant City. A sordid playground of crime, corruption, and the rest of greed's twisted offspring. The push-and-pull warfare between law and disorder swings favor on a daily basis, drowning its citizens in a pool of perpetual darkness. But the most dangerous man in Grant City used to carry a badge... Dead to Rights(tm) tells the story of an undercover cop buried so deep in his mission, he's starting to question the direction of his loyalties. And when fugitive ex-cop Jack Slate tears a bloody path through his territory, things go rapidly to hell. While the game follows Jack Slate's search for his father's killer, this prestige format comic book supplements the plot from an outside character's perspective. Familiar faces reveal additional information about key events in the game, further broadening the scope of this explosive noir adventure. Based on the highly anticipated video game from Namco, Dead to Rights was created in close association with the original development team at Namco, led by the game's creator, Andre Emerson, Dead to Rights is written by Mike Kennedy (Lone Wolf 2100), who adapted the original script for gameplay. With cover art by Tim Bradstreet and interiors by Francisco Paronzini and Randy Emberlin, this 64-page book will also feature production drawings by the game's conceptual art team. On sale October
FC, 64pg (one-shot) $5.95

By Thomas Yeates, Mark Schultz, and Steve Ringgenberg
Al Williamson stand in rarified air, among the titans of the development of comics as an art form. Drawing from the tradition of the heyday of book, advertising, and comic-strip illustration, Williamson brought a command of craft and dynamics rarely seen, before or since, to a field that had largely valued speed over skill. As part of an amazing stable of young artists at E.C. in the 1950's, Williamson helped change the industry forever, but much of his work of the era has remained hidden. Al Williamson: Hidden Lands at last uncovers these gems, stories from his days at Atlas, E.C., Charlton, Harvey, Dell, and more - most of which have never been reprinted until now, plus a wide array of material that has never before been published, including fascinating sketches and works from his career's infancy and photos from the artist's personal scrapbooks. Covered in fascinating depth bby Mark Schultz, Thomas Yeates, and Steve Ringgenberg and gathered extensive, lively interviews with Williamson. Al Williamson: Hidden Lands is an essential volume for any fan of this giant of graphic fiction. On sale November 27
SC, 224pg, b&w, 8 1/2" x 11" $22.95

By Matt Wagner, Terry Laban, and Peter Doherty
While most of humanity has been decimated in the apocalypse, the hunger for sporting events survives and is stronger than ever! It's race time in Indianapolis, and the only thing hotter than the action on the track is the passion boiling outside of the stadium walls. Local Grendel chief Hack has his hands full. Between the volatile visiting Grendel clans tearing up the town, a mysterious vigilante on a Grendel-killing spree, and forces within his own clan that seek to depose him, there's little room for error or emotion. But when he feels himself falling for Dana, the city hospital's headstrong lead physician, he quickly finds things spiraling out of his control. And he's not the only one with problems. Dana's struggling with her delinquent son, desperately trying to keep him away from the very Grendel that she herself is growing ever attracted to. Something's gotta give, in this tragic tale of passion, love, and betrayal. Collecting the six-issue mini-series. On sale November
SC, 160pg, FC $19.95

By Haden Blackman and Cary Nord;
Cover by Cary Nord
Human Wonders, the third installment of the Ripley's Believe It Or Not! series focuses on human oddities throughout history. Narrated by the original Siamese Twins, this issue covers human hyperbole's, including the world's fattest twins, and explores the bizarre human afflictions that produce dog-faced boys and elephant men. Though disturbing and stark, Human Wonders attempts to prove how those who appear less than human can actually be so much more than the rest of us. On sale October 23
b&w, 24pg (3 of 4) $2.99

By Scott Lobdell, Cliff Richards, and Andi Watson;
Wraparound Cover by Paul Lee and Brian Horton
Scott Lobdell wraps up his first apocalyptic run on Buffy with a special fiftieth issue, featuring more story pages, as well as two backup features: a prose story by Lobdell, with illustrations by Paul Lee; a short comic by Andi Watson; and a wraparound painted cover by regular cover artists Lee and Brian Horton. "Hellmouth to Mouth" concludes as Buffy finally rescues Xander and Dawn from the crew that's nearly destroyed Sunnydale - The Scourge! They soon find that the only thing worse than the Scourge is their secret leader, revealed this issue! Buffy's not just fighting for her friends' and family's life, she's fighting for a chance to live her own life, to be more than a fearless vampire hunter. Who better to have backing her up than former sadistic Slayer Faith and the vampire hunting vampire himself, Angel?! On sale October 30
FC, 40pg (4 of 4) (Lee/Horton cover) $3.50
FC, 40pg (4 of 4) (Photo cover) $3.50

By Doug Petrie, Jane Espenson, Gene Colan, and Jeff Matsuda
Following up the Tales of the Slayers graphic novel, Buffy TV writers Doug Petrie and Jane Espenson return with a tale of two Slayers: One, a young girl slumming through the bleak streets of 1930s New York City, and another, parading through the brighter streets of 1990s Sunnydale. This month marks fan-favorite cover-artist Jeff Matsuda's first story pages of Buffy Summers, both in this book and in Dark Horse's Reveal. Petrie again teams with his dream artist Gene Colan to show a Slayer facing the same creature as Buffy, but sixty years earlier. Two of the most popular writers from the television series team with one of the hot young stars of the comics and animation scene, and one of the greatest horror-comics artist of all time. For the occasion, we sprung for a special format and more story pages than just any old Buffy comic. On sale October 16
FC, 32pg (one-shot) $3.50

By Kenichi Sonoda; Produced by Studio Proteus
From the creator of Gunsmith Cats, the animator of Bubblegum Crisis, comes a fantastic new series combining elements of those great Japanese imports, plus tons of anime in-jokes, crazy action, and a sci-fi plot that will knock your pants off! And now we're packing more of Kenichi Sonoda's superior art and story into every 48 page issue! The tension rises as Hoichi's school is the focus of attention. The occupying aliens have figured out that the kid in the gunsuit is connected to Hoichi's high school, and so they've begun a program of weeding out the possible perpetrators. What does it mean? You and Hoichi will find out, and it won't be pretty. Not at all. Find out what will make Hoichi so angry that he will be willing to go to war against the evil aliens, and get back into the giant robot, Exaxxion.
On sale October 16
b&w, 48pg $3.99

By Kosuke Fujishima; Produced by Studio Proteus
It looks like Belldandy's powers are having a little trouble. She can't even make a penny levitate! What's going on? And to make matters worse, members of Keiichi's motorcycle club come for a visit. . . with a bunch of possessions for Keiichi to store, and now the crew is a bit short on space. But not to fear, it's Skuld to the rescue! You know how Skuld likes to create crazy new technologies, well, this time she's made a computer that will alter space! With the click of a makeshift video game controller, the room is twice as large! Now there's space for all the stuff and Keiichi too. But just wait, someone's got to mess it up eventually. It's the start of a fun new storyline in which otaku Matthew Sweet, the pop music star, will make a special appearance! Well, his lyrics will, at least. Join us for the first of five issues in "Traveller." On sale October 2
b&w, 32pg (1 of 5) $2.99

By Kosuke Fujishima; Produced by Studio Proteus
Poor Sayoko! The former queen of Nekomi Tech has never been the same since the goddess Belldandy arrived and stole away the hearts of the student body. Now its time for the annual Campus Queen contest again, and Sayoko wants to win so badly she'd sell her soul-literally-to the demon Mara! With a Demon First Class on her side, Sayoko's dreams just might come true. Can mortal-first-class (well, maybe not first class) Keiichi, Belldandy, and her sister goddesses rescue Sayoko from her own dream before she pays the demonic price and drags the entire campus down with her? Collecting the five-issue mini-series. On sale November 6.
SC, 240pg, b&w, 5 3/4" x 8 1/4" $16.95

By Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima; Cover by Matt Wagner
Hooooo doggy! The tension is getting so thick, a dotanuki wielded by the strongest samurai would have a hard time cutting through it! Just two more volumes left until one of the world's most classic pieces of comic-book literature reaches its exciting and emotional conclusion. Two swords remain planted in the ground, awaiting the final duel between the conniving Retsudo and the vengeful Itto, and little Daigoro guards the two blades with his life. Indeed, his life is threatened when a stampede of villagers escaping a burning village almost plow him into the dirt. Impressed townfolk decide to stop and help him, staying for a while on the same beach. For once, Daigoro experiences the joy of being a child, playing with the other children, but that peace won't last long. Yaygu Retsudo, imprisoned in the castle of the shogun, deceives his way to freedom and commands the very last members of the Yagyu ninja to kill Itto! But knowing swords alone won't kill him, Yagyu sends a strange and fascinating weapon to the battlefield, the exploding ninja!
* The thrilling epic claws its way to an unexpected conclusion!
* A truly influential work. One of the best comic books ever (if not THE best)!
On sale November 27
SC, 300pg, b&w, 4" x 6" $9.95

By Osamu Tezuka; Translation by Frederik L. Schodt
Osama Tezuka's Astro Boy is the all-time, 100,000 horsepower champion of classic all-ages robot action! Available for the first time in America, these tales are as exciting, touching, and hilarious as when Tezuka crafted them almost half a centruy ago! In this volume: Astro Boy tries to foil a mad scientist's plot to use a robotic Cleopatra to recreate the ancient kingdom of Egypt; Astro tries to solve the mystery of a young ghost appearing on 3D TVs; and Astro joins with the robot Cobalt in a race against time to stop a lost H-Bomb from devastating Japan!
On sale Novemner 27
SC, 216pg, b&w, 4 1/2" x 7" $9.95

By Masamune Shirow, Mohiro Kitoh, Makoto Kobayashi, Yuzo Takada, and Hiroyuki Utatane & Toshiya Takeda; Produced by Studio Proteus
The year of Shirow in Super Manga Blast! is just getting started, and as fall sets in, it's time to consider how to pass those winter days on the way. But why argue with yourself? Just pick up the new issue of SMB! to warm up your brisk evenings! If Shirow's Appleseed isn't hot enough for you, you're sure to sweat in your seat when you read Shadow Star, as the dragon kids expose weaknesses in their abilities, but is it a weakness in the dragons, or the kids? And over in 3x3 Eyes things aren't exactly cooling off, as Pai, Yakumo, and tough-punching Jake getting ever closer to the secret of the sacred land. Plus, cutey Pai takes a bath. Meow! As always, plenty of action from Seraphic Feather, as the battle rages in the research lab and it looks as if the whole place will collapse, but somehow Apep and Fawn find the time to have a little make-out session. Phew, things are getting ever so spicy in Super Manga Blast!, like the cinnamon in a pumpkin pie! Happy Halloween!
* New material from Ghost In The Shell creator, Masamune Shirow!!
* Manga is everywhere these days, but the best is in Super Manga Blast! 128 pages of action, drama, and fun!
On sale October 30
b&w, 128pg $5.99

By John Ostrander, C.P. Smith, and Jasen Rodriguez;
Cover by Steve Firchow
Obi-Wan and Anakin have their hands full protecting one Senator Greyshade from attacks by droid assassins, sky-bike riding Dug assassins, and beautiful assassin princesses with diplomatic immunity. Meanwhile, Autem and Omin, the two Senate Guards who are also on the Greyshade assignment, discover a common link among the assassins - a link that strikes a little too close to home for Autem. Action and adventure during the time that the Republic ruled the galaxy and the Jedi were the glue that held the Republic together! On sale October 18
FC, 32pg $2.99

By David Land, Davide Fabbri, Christian Dalla Vecchia, and Dan Jackson; Cover by Chris Bachalo
Dagobah is a mysterious place. Beneath the heavy canopy of ancient trees lies a strange jungle inhabited by creatures in caves and swamps not seen elsewhere. Dagobah is also home to the greatest living Jedi Master, Yoda. It's here that he has trained young Leia Skywalker to take her rightful place in the Jedi Order. Though she has quickly learned what he's taught her, she is not a Jedi yet. She has two important final tasks to complete. Yoda, too, has a final mission. His home is about to become a battleground, as he faces the fiercest soldier the Dark Side has ever commanded: Darth Vader! In a mortal confrontation on an astral plane, these warriors will clash for the fate of the universe! On sale October 9
FC, 32pg (4 of 4) $2.99

By Scott Allie, Ryan Benjamin, and Curtis Arnold;
Cover by Brian Horton
The plot against the Emperor and Darth Vader proceeds, but as the conspirators worry about whether either of their targets suspect - and how much they might suspect - they also begin to wonder about each other. Can the cold-blooded killer Gauer be trusted? What about the ambitious Imperial Officer Dezsetes? And who can tell what goes on behind the blank eyes of the cybernetically enhanced Grand Moff Trachta? In the midst of the plots and counter plots, word comes of a new threat - a new, unknown Jedi has emerged to challenge Vader... On sale October 4
FC, 32pg $2.99

By Archie Goodwin, Al Williamson, Carlos Garzon, Wally Lombego, Carmine Infantino, Gene Day, Larry Hama, Mike W. Barr, Walter Simonson, Thomas Palmer, And David Michelinie
Dark Horse Comics presents the latest volume of Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... featuring classic Star Wars stories not seen in over twenty years! Originally printed by Marvel Comics, these stories have been re-colored and are sure to please Star Wars fans both new and old. Volume 3 collects issues #39-52 of the original Marvel run and begins with a re-telling of The Empire Stikes Back and continues past that to adventures such as "Droid World" and "The Last Jedi." Before midi-chlorians... Before Jar-Jar Binks... These are the continuing adventures of Lucas's first star-faring team in a freshly imagined universe.
On sale November 13
SC, 376pg, FC $29.95

By Haden Blackman, Ramon Bachs, and Raul Fernandez
He was born a poor farm boy on a forgotten planet in the galaxy's Outer Rim. Taken under the wing of a wise mentor after the violent death of his family, he would rise up to lead a band of fighters struggling for survival against a dark force that threatens to wipe them out completely. His name would become known throughout the systems, and his legacy would change the galaxy forever. But his name isn't Skywalker...it's Jango Fett! The Sith have begun the final maneuvering in their quest to take over the galaxy and are looking for the perfect specimen to take part in their secret experiments. Lord Tyranus may've just found a prime candidate in Jango. Recounting Jango's story from his early days on the Fett farm, through the annihilation of the once proud Mandalorian warriors, to his transformation into the galaxy's most feared bounty hunter. Open Seasons offers an in-depth look at the most exciting new character from Attack of the Clones, and details the beginning of the infamous Fett legacy - one that would come back to plague the Rebellion a generation later. On sale November 27
SC, 96pg, FC $12.95

By Ricardo Barreiro and Eduardo Risso
Tossed into the gutter and left for dead at birth, Cain was never supposed to make it, his existence seen only as an obstacle for the insidious inheritance scheme concocted by his ruthless mother. But Cain survived, if you can call the cards dealt him living, subjecting him to a hand-to-mouth existence on the streets, in reform school, in mental hospitals. But even with the deck stacked against him, lady luck leads Cain toward the truth of his legacy, the claim to his birthright...and the targets for his retribution. A gutwrenching dystopian tragedy, Cain features the acclaimed, hard-edged graphics of Eisner Award winner Eduardo Risso (100 Bullets, Video Noire) and the taut scripting of Ricardo Barreiro. Cain is another landmark Venture graphic album, featuring the top creators of graphic fiction from around the globe, available in limited quantities and for the first time in an English-language edition.
On sale November 20
SC, 96pg, b&w, 6 3/4" x 9 3/8" $9.95

By Claudio Nizzi and Joe Kubert
Tex Willer, known as Night Eagle amongst the Navajo, is a Texas Ranger and a forthright defender of the downtrodden and oppressed. His job is as hard as the Texas plains: to uphold the law where there is no law, in the vast, violent territories of the Old West. In The Four Killers, Tex takes the trail of a quartet of ruthless outlaws who have taken the lives of a family close to Tex, a family to whom the Ranger can now provide only retribution. Created by Claudio Nizzi, more than half a billion Tex graphic albums have been sold worldwide, illustrated by a who's who of top artists. And now, American comics icon Joe Kubert takes up the reins as illustrator, providing his signature grace, grit, and power to this legendary graphic-fiction series. The Four Killers is another essential Venture graphic album available in limited quantities and for the first time in an English-language edition.
On sale November 27
HC, 48pg, FC, 8 3/4" x 11 3/4" $14.95

"Super-deformed" Bombshell is irked! No-one takes a pint-sized super spy seriously when her belly pokes out and she's oh so gosh-darn cute. But be warned, for this 6" tiny tornado of incendiary excitement isn't to be toyed with. Featuring 3 points of articulation, the Bombshell figure leaps into the 3D world from the pages of Dark Horse's sleeper hit comic, SpyBoy. Ready to smack evil upside the head, this diminutive diva is crackin' heads ol' school style, and lookin' cute doin' it! On sale December 4
6" PVC figure, packaged full-color window box $19.99

Dark Horse celebrates it's third year of bringing American Anime fans a special Masamune Shirow calendar. We are only bringing in a limited number of calendars, which were designed and printed expressly for Dark Horse in Japan. It is the same high-quality item that Japanese publisher Seishinsha is preparing for release to their market, but we are translating it into English and including U.S. holidays.13 stunning full color illustrations grace this item, which is packaged in an imprinted plastic envelope. Measuring 19 3/4" x 8 1/4" unfolded. On sale November 20
19 3/4" x 8 1/4", full color calendar $24.99

Cowboy Bebop is cool, slick, and quick with a light- just like anime hero, Spike Siegel. This official Cowboy Bebop Zippo(r) lighter by Dark Horse is made using a never-before-seen super-sharp finishing process called Spectrum. So yeah, this is a Cowboy Bebop Spectrum-Finish ZippoTM Lighter, each and every one has a unique finish, and that's all you need to know. On sale December 4
Zippo(r) Lighter w/spectrum finish $29.99

Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan has thrilled readers since 1912 when it was first published in a pulp magazine. The story of an English lord that was marooned in the African jungle and raised by apes is known and loved worldwide. Tarzan swung through adventures from the wilds of the African jungle, to the hidden city of Atlantis, and beyond. Hal Foster was hired in 1929 to adapt the story of Tarzan for a daily comic strip and soon had a whole nation eager to read the latest Tarzan adventure every morning. Tarzan remains one of the most beloved and well fictional characters and his story is constantly being retold. Sculpted by Yoe! Studios, this statue comes packaged in a full-color tin box with pinback button and booklet as extras. This piece is limited to only 600 numbered copies, so allocation may occur.
On sale October 16
5" tall, packaged in full-color tin box w/certificate, pinback button, and info booklet. Limited to only 600 numbered copies $49.95

Everyone needs a place to scrawl their brilliant ideas before they flit like sugared-up three year olds out of their heads. These remarkable journals will safely house your deepest thoughts, nurture your creativity, and keep the dreary world at bay. Choose the fun of a Bettie Page girlie magazine, the fanciful romp of Sock Monkey or the yee-haw of kuties on horsies from Lisa Petrucci, and let your thoughts run free. On sale October 23
5 1/2 x 8 1/2 spiral bound journals, 128 pages $9.99 each

We've taken our popular vinyl Bettie Stickers and made them even more beautiful. Each pack contains 4 Bettie stickers and a flashy header card to make displaying them even easier. And the best part? Buy the pack and save a buck of the combined retail price of the four stickers. On sale October
4 full color stickers $6.99
4 full color stickers $6.99

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