Learn your a's, b's, and c's. Then continue your journey through Mitch Waxman's Demon Sketchbook. 72 pages of fully toned drawings from hell, we don't recommend reading it just before bed. Also- some... More > of the demons may or may not be clothed. Nothing salacious, just blasphemy at its finest. Don't miss this one.< Less
If you can get lost in a picture for hours, this portfolio edition of The Starry Ones art is for you. You'll enjoy 80 pages of intricate 3D metascapes presented in glorious color without word... More > balloons. This collection of amazing images focuses on the pure art of Mitch Waxman. It's the perfect size to take wherever you go, so pick up your copy today.
To see the art as it was originally presented in The Starry Ones, check out weirdass.net.< Less
Collecting the first 6 months of weirdass.net's daily comic strip, Weirdass Comics presents the Starry Ones by writer Ancram Hudson and artist Mitch Waxman. A tale of wizards, lovecraftian aliens,... More > and a returning race of monstrous entities called the Old Ones, the Starry Ones is a massive comic epic which ran for 173 weeks at weirdass.net. This is book one - Major Arcana. Full color, 50 pages. For more on artist Mitch Waxman and The Starry Ones, go to weirdass.net< Less
This charming book is a collection of drawings left for Catherine by her husband, Mitch. Think 'Griffin and Sabine' with cats and a very, very sick sense of humor. The subject matter may seem... More > mundane, requests for an alarm to be set or a parcel to be taken to FedEx, but together the sketches chart a relationship. Told through their pets, Indy J. Cat, Delenn Q. Cat and minor appearances by Caesar T. Turtle, these drawings are a very funny look into the Waxman’s lives. Check out Mitch’s plans for a robotic cat or a poster for Reservoir Cats or what would happen if Indy was really to go postal. So go ahead, buy it. You'll enjoy a really good laugh.< Less