P. Gorath, post: 1532771 wrote:
ALAN MOORE: THE COMPLETE WILDC.A.T.S TP
Written by Alan Moore
Art by Travis Charest, Mat Broome, Ryan Benjamin and others
Cover by Charest
Alan Moore is considered by many to be the finest comics writer of the last quarter century. His standout achievements in the medium include WATCHMEN, V FOR VENDETTA, THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN, and From Hell. Now Moore?s defining run on WildC.A.T.s is collected into a single volume, collecting WILDC.A.T.S. #21-34, plus a story from issue #50, featuring the impressive art of Travis Charest and other fine artists who provide breathtaking visuals.
Alan Moore took the WILDC.A.T.S back to their roots and stirred up the WildStorm Universe considerably, creating a perfect starting point for catching up the flagship WildStorm superhero team. It?s a tale filled with unsettling revelations and gripping drama ? and the introduction of one of WildStorm?s great villains: Tao!
Advance-solicited; on sale August 8 ? 392 pg, FC, $29.99 US
P. Gorath, post: 1532767 wrote:
just ordered a batch of books for my birthday:
Ultimate Spiderman vol. 8 HC
All Star Superman HC
Checkmate vol. 1
Shadowpact vol. 1
Secret Six tpb
Annihilation vol. 1 HC
Crisis on Multiple Earths: The Team Ups vol. 2
Sandman Mystery Theatre vol. 5
Zephyranthes, post: 1532775 wrote:
Just check out Sandman, boxy. It's a universal classic among the intellectual elite. I'm sure a man with your impeccable tastes will appreciate such an epic work of genius. Sandman doesn't need to be read in order, so if you want to just check out one TPB at a time, I recommend volume 7, Brief Lives.
By the way, you ever get around to reading Bone?
box, post: 1532783 wrote:
I read Bone. It was a fun read. A good change of pace from all the other "serious" graphic novels I've been reading lately. I kinda wish it was in color, but oh well.
Zephyranthes, post: 1532803 wrote:
Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane HC - sano pride, baby, sano pride.