Still looking for a gift for that comic book lover in your life? Here’s part two of our superlative gift giving list for lovers of pop culture!
What’s The Furthest Place From Here? tells the story of what happens at the end of the world from a youthful, music-laden perspective.
Echolands is fresh and exciting and a marvel to behold, courtesy of creators J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman.
The Last God from Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Ricardo Federici is grand in scope, and terrifying when it needs to be.
While we eagerly anticipate the big screen release of Denis Villeneuve’s Dune later this year, get in deep with sci-fi’s most ferocious warriors, the Sardaukar!
Mamo is a beautiful coming-of-age story with lush panorama of small-town life and the countryside that surrounds.
The Yog-Sothoth, D’endrrah, Nyarlathotep and, indeed, the Master of R’lyeh await purveyors of cosmic terror in a brand-new celebration of the art of the Arkham Horror board game.
The team-up of fiction and real life is blended in the grandiose swashbuckling adventure series, Seven Swords!
As we exit our own world-shaping pandemic, Sweet Tooth is a near-time science fiction epic about survival at the end of the world that makes for perfect for summer reading.
Eden wades into the big ideas of faith and love, death and life and reminisces the horror stories of Stephen King and fantasy tales of Neil Gaiman.
Thirty-five years in the making, Barry Windsor-Smith’s Monsters, is finally finished and being released for all the world to see – and feel.
One pop culture horror title hosts a genre-making and beloved dark fantasy series in a new comic book crossover that serves as a frightfully wonderful tribute to both literary institutions.