Supermen: The First Wave of Comic Book Heroes 1936 - 1941, forward by Jonathan Lethem, published by Fantagraphics. Enjoy Fletcher Hanks' I Shall Destroy All the CTheivilized Planet? You'll love this. 9 covers and 20 full-length stories from the likes of Jack Cole, Will Eisner, Jack Kirby, Fletcher Hanks, Shuster and Siegel, and Basil Wolverton. A revelation.
Drinky Crow's Maakies Treasury by Tony Millionaire, published by Fantagraphics, More madness from Millionaire.
Star Wars Punch out and Play Book, iconic photos of your favorite Star Wars characters - to pop out, stand up, and goof around with!
The Believer: The 2009 Film Issue, Includes DVD JLG in USA, a visual anthology documenting Jean-Luc Godard's travels in the U.S...as if that's not worth the price of admission...
Juxtapoz Art and Culture Magazine #99 (april 2009) featuring Jeff Soto, Chloe Early, and more.
About Dogs by George Booth, publsihed by Harry N. Abrams, New Yorker cartoonist George Booth's comics about...dogs, if Bill Cosby loves it it must be good. He loves Booth's dogs and wrote the introduction to this book.
Perennial favorites back in stock:
Capacity by Theo Ellsworth Haven't seen this yet? Highly recommended, a novelly told, wonderfully drawn story.
Catching the Big Fish: Mediation, Consciousness, and Creativity by David Lynch On the all-time Lucky's bestseller list - deep thoughts, ideas, and meditations from Lynch, what's not to like about that? Have you seen www.dlf.tv yet?
Boy's Club by Matt Furie - bwah ha ha...hahahaha...enough weirdness to go around...likewise for:
Injury #1 by Ted May - more plain awesome than weirdalicious, but healthy doses of both.
Bigfoot: I Not Dead by Graham Roumieu, the latest in the wildly popular trilogy of Bigfoot memoirs by comic genius and Canadian Roumieu. If you haven't read any of the Bigfoot books, you're missing out on some rock solid guaranteed chortling laughing good times.