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Pocket Book of Minis 2: Video Game Heroes By Joshua Lyman
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The Minis Return in a blaze of glory...featuring the minis that have blessed your consoles and monitors from years past to the present...a worthy Sequel to Pocket Book of Minis!!
Pocket Book of Minis 2: Video Game Heroes By Joshua Lyman
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The Minis Return in a blaze of glory...featuring the minis that have blessed your consoles and monitors from years past to the present...a worthy Sequel to Pocket Book of Minis!!
The Comicality of Chance By Veronica Nagorny
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Hartley Mae Jones is an avid comic book fanatic and self-proclaimed geek girl living in a small town in coastal Massachusetts. She goes to a cyber high school and lives at home with her two moms and... More > cat, living as normal a life as one can live in those slightly unusual circumstances. When she meets Devin Sanders, everything she's ever known is put into question, but that's just the beginning. Hartley and Devin spend the summer bonding over video games, comic books, and firefly captures, but also are searching for something they both hadn't known they'd been missing and end up finding it in the most unexpected of places: in each other. By chance, they find themselves in one another. And along the way, Hartley discovers her true self and realizes that she really does have a say in her own happiness, contrary to what she used to think. The Comicality of Chance deals with themes in romance, sexuality, self-discovery, anxiety, the teenage experience, and what it truly means to be honest to yourself.< Less
Metro City Comics #2 By James Harley
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Metro City Comics is where the world goes to get their fix on everything related to comics. From main stream comics, independent publishers, video games, movies, television, animation, fashion, and... More > everything in between, Metro City Comics gives you the latest and greatest in the world of comics.< Less
Game Over: Level Two By Jade Woodruff
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Tristan, Mr. Adventure, and CoCo are back and ready to take on the forces of evil! But this time, something even stranger is happening, leaving Tristan full of unanswerable questions. Even with the... More > aid of Mr. Adventure, a dragon-frenzied adventurer, and CoCo, a bubbly female party member, the repercussions start taking their toll. Can Tristan find the stamina to protect his grades, himself, and his comrades?< Less
Game Over: Level 4 By Jade Woodruff
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Tristan's aiming to prove himself in the Critter Companions Grand Finals and the real world! But, while he's winning games and passing tests, his slacker-like behavior of sleeping in class is... More > getting him some unwanted attention from Kyoko and Sage. There's a group effort required for an upcoming exam and that sounds like trouble for Tristan. Can Tristan win the tournament and maintain his cover in the real world?< Less
Game Over: Level 3 By Jade Woodruff
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Ever since Tristan began using the game world for his school tests, he's been acing one assignment after another. This time, he's landed himself in the middle of a Critter Companions tournament... More > where he must face off against none other than Mr. Adventure and CoCo in a card duel that will decide who is truly the very best! Will Tristan be able to survive a fight against the over-powered adventurer? Or will he lose and fail his next test?< Less
Plastic Man By Jack Cole, Quality Comics
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Plastic Man Volume 1 Number 1 "Game of Death" by Jack Cole and Quality Vital Comics Publishers, February 1944. This edition is a republishing of "Plastic Man" Vol. 1 No. 1 first... More > published by Quality Comics in February 1944. It has been restored for publishing with advertisements. Plastic Man (real name Patrick "Eel" O'Brian) is a fictional comic book superhero originally published by Quality Comics and later acquired by DC Comics. Created by cartoonist Jack Cole, Plastic Man was one of the first superheroes to incorporate humor into mainstream action storytelling. The character has been published in several solo series and has interacted with other characters in the mainstream DC Universe as a member of the Justice League. He has additionally appeared in several television and video game adaptations, including a short-lived television show of his own.< Less
Plastic Man By Jack Cole, Quality Comics
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Plastic Man Volume 1 Number 3 The Killing of Snoopy Hawks, script by Joe Millard, art by Jack Cole, Spring 1946. This edition is a republishing of "Plastic Man" Vol. 1 No. 3 first published... More > by Quality Comics in Spring 1946. It has been restored for publishing with advertisements. Plastic Man (real name Patrick "Eel" O'Brian) is a fictional comic book superhero originally published by Quality Comics and later acquired by DC Comics. Created by cartoonist Jack Cole, Plastic Man was one of the first superheroes to incorporate humor into mainstream action storytelling. The character has been published in several solo series and has interacted with other characters in the mainstream DC Universe as a member of the Justice League. He has additionally appeared in several television and video game adaptations, including a short-lived television show of his own.< Less
Plastic Man By Jack Cole, Quality Comics
eBook (ePub): $4.50
Plastic Man Volume 1 Number 2 by Jack Cole and Quality Vital Comics Publishers, August 1944. This edition is a republishing of "Plastic Man" Vol. 1 No. 2 first published by Quality Comics... More > in August 1944. It has been restored for publishing with advertisements. Plastic Man (real name Patrick "Eel" O'Brian) is a fictional comic book superhero originally published by Quality Comics and later acquired by DC Comics. Created by cartoonist Jack Cole, Plastic Man was one of the first superheroes to incorporate humor into mainstream action storytelling. The character has been published in several solo series and has interacted with other characters in the mainstream DC Universe as a member of the Justice League. He has additionally appeared in several television and video game adaptations, including a short-lived television show of his own.< Less