Our minds are inebriated on thought.
Meet the Krampus, yuletide terror and punisher of wicked children.
Marvels is a four-issue limited series comic book written by Kurt Busiek, painted by Alex Ross and edited by Marcus McLaurin. It was published by Marvel Comics in 1994.
In this alternate history comic series, we join lovable tramp, Charlie Chaplin, as he tries to put an end to Hitler’s reign of terror.
The hero of John Updike’s first novel, published when the author was twenty-six, is ninety-four-year-old John Hook, a dying man who yet refuses to be dominated.
Kris Bertin’s unforgettable debut introduces us to people at the tenuous moment before everything in their lives changes, for better or worse.
An impossible birthday gift for two little girls unexpectedly throws open a door to a monster on eight legs!
“Jim Ryder, a father with superpowers, leaves his wife and daughter to become “Invulnerable” – the world’s only superhero.
In the near future, as America virtually loses the war on drugs, Robert Arctor, a narcotics cop in Orange County, Calif., becomes an addict when he goes under cover. He is wooing Donna, a dealer, to ferret out her supplier. At the same time, he receives orders to spy on his housemates, one of whom is suspected of being Donna’s biggest customer.
POPOVA, a revenge fantasy comic book series in the vein of Inglorious Basterds, explores the idea of reversing society’s gender stereotypes by depicting women in the role of the aggressor.
Rosemary’s Baby is a 1967 horror novel by American writer Ira Levin, his second published book. It sold over 4 million copies, “making it the top bestselling horror novel of the 1960s.”