Viikon 42/2020 uutuudet

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Kotimaiset uutuudet
Ulkomaiset uutuudet
Lehdet ja kirjat
Oheistavarat
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KOTIMAISET UUTUUDET

Simo Frangén & Milla Paloniemi: Edestä- ja takaapäin

Makuukamarineuvokset asialla!

Tunnetut sanan- ja kuvanveistelijät Himo ”Simpero” Frangén ja Milla Panomieli ovat laittaneet säilänsä yhteen, ja ryhtyneet niillä veivaamaan erotiikan ilokirjaa sukupuoleen jos toiseenkin!
Navalta navalle, esileikistä finaaliin ja takaisin. Uudestaan! Naatseduu!

Edestä- ja takaapäin on muodokas kokoelma seksipalindromirunoja uhkeiden kuvitusten kera.

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ULKOMAISET UUTUUDET

Marjorie Liu & Sana Takeda: Monstress 5 – Warchild

The next volume in the best-selling Eisner, Hugo, Harvey & British Fantasy Award winning series by MARJORIE LIU and SANA TAKEDA!

The long-dreaded war between the Federation and Arcanics is about to explode.

Maika must choose her next steps: will she help her friends, or strike out on her own?

Eleanor Crewes: The Times I Knew I Was Gay

A charming, highly relatable graphic memoir that follows one young woman’s adventures in coming out and coming of age.

Ellie always had questions about who she was and how she fit in.
As a girl, she wore black, obsessed over Willow in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and found dating boys much more confusing than many of her friends did.
As she grew older, so did her fears and a deep sense of unbelonging. From her first communion to her first girlfriend via a swathe of self-denial, awkward encounters, and everyday courage, Ellie tells her story through gorgeous illustrations—a fresh and funny self-portrait of a young woman becoming herself.

The Times I Knew I Was Gay reminds us that people sometimes come out not just once but again and again; that identity is not necessarily about falling in love with others, but about coming to terms with oneself.
Full of vitality and humor, it will ring true for anyone who has taken the time to discover who they truly are.

Terry Moore: Five Years Omnibus

The world’s nuclear powers are in a five year race to build the Phi bomb, an apocalyptic weapon that can destroy the planet.

Determined to stop them, Tambi sends Rachel and Zoe to Moscow to find and recruit their top physicist.
But the pair are met with deadly force, leaving Tambi no choice but to convince Katchoo to leave her wife and children for one last job.

All of Terry Moore’s series unite as one epic saga in Five Years. At the center of it all is Katchoo, the haunted woman with a wild past who would do anything for the love of her life, Francine, including leave their island paradise to stop the doomsday device hailed as The Last Bomb.

Warren Ellis & Mike Wolfer: Strange Killings

For the second time in history, the British Government sends in its crack troops, the Special Air Service, to quell a major prison riot.

But not even these, the most accomplished and frightening soldiers on Earth, are equipped to face what lies at the center of the prison, the heart of the riot.
In fact the only man in the SAS qualified to deal with the horror within is the recently disgraced Sergeant Major William Gravel: combat magician.
But inside the prison lies a man waiting to fight with more than mortal weapons. There will be at least one more strange killing this evening…

The thrilling third installment in Warren Ellis’ and Mike Wolfer’s STRANGE KISS / STRANGE KILLINGS series!

Archie Goodwin & Steve Ditko: Creepy Presents Steve Ditko

Making a lasting mark on comics as the co creator of Spider-Man, Steve Ditko veered away from the mainstream and into darker territories at the end of the sixties.

His work in Creepy and Eerie proved that this superhero maestro also excelled at short-form horror, collaborating with Archie Goodwin on fifteen tension and terror-filled stories.
A must for fans of the enigmatic Ditko, his deluxe hardcover collection not only finds the artist at his pen-and-ink finest, but also showcases some rarely seen ink wash work from a storytelling maestro and features a new introduction from comics historian Mark Evanier.

Warring wizards, paranoid goons, persistent heroes, and otherworldly domains dominate the sixteen diverse tales in this handsome hardcover collection!

Terry Moore: Five Years Omnibus HC

The world’s nuclear powers are in a five year race to build the Phi bomb, an apocalyptic weapon that can destroy the planet.

Determined to stop them, Tambi sends Rachel and Zoe to Moscow to find and recruit their top physicist.
But the pair are met with deadly force, leaving Tambi no choice but to convince Katchoo to leave her wife and children for one last job.

All of Terry Moore’s series unite as one epic saga in Five Years. At the center of it all is Katchoo, the haunted woman with a wild past who would do anything for the love of her life, Francine, including leave their island paradise to stop the doomsday device hailed as The Last Bomb.

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LEHDET JA KIRJAT

Robb Pearlman: What Would Skeletor Do?

Filled with earnest quotes, snarky observations, episode recaps, inspirational mantras, and classic images readers with fond memories of the 1980s classic cartoon He-Man and the Masters of the Universe! will use the wit and wisdom found in this affordable and affable volume to launch their own plans toward planetary domination.

Thanks to its multitude of dynamic characters and rich fantasy and science-fiction storytelling, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe has resonated with fans for more than thirty years. Skeletor, He-Man’s evil nemesis in the show, remains an icon of villainy for generations who grew up hearing his cackle.

Now, for the first time, all of the diabolical wit and wisdom gleaned from Skeletor’s unrelenting campaign to wreak havoc on the planet Eternia are collected into one practical, and practically hilarious, volume.
This fully authorized, comical, and empowering guide places the evil Skeletor in a variety of troubling scenarios that will be familiar to any reader–from ‘Family and Frenemies’ to ‘Career’ and ‘Downtime’–and asks the all-important question: What Would Skeletor Do?

Combining words of devilish wisdom with appropriate (or inappropriate!) pictures from the original cartoons, this book lets Skeletor tell you how to handle any awkward situation with aplomb.
With tongue planted very firmly in cheek, What Would Skeletor Do? is the perfect inspirational resource for pop-culture aficionados of all ages.

Warren Ellis: Do Anything 1 – Jack Kirby Ripped My Flesh

The robot head of Jack Kirby lives on Warren Ellis’ desk!

It knows everything and is connected to everything.
You must obey the robot head of Jack Kirby.

There are many ways to look at comics.
In this book, we see the medium through the hazy android eyes of Jack Kirby (actually the stolen and repurposed head of the missing Philip K. Dick robot, which Mr. Ellis confesses to swiping off the back of a plane), taking a rattling ghost-train ride through the history of comics.

David Bowie, the CIA, mad architects, Will Eisner, Frank Zappa, Tintin, the designer of Skylab, a train station in Paris, Arthur C. Clarke, the circus, the Black Panther Party, and William S. Burroughs: all of these things are connected by Jack Kirby, all part of the secret history of comics, and all illustrating the special nature of the medium as the place where you can do anything.

Dave Sim & Gustave Doré: The Amicable Spider-Vark #1

SPECIAL DOUBLE-SIZED ISSUE!

Origin and first appearance of The Amicable Spider-Vark! Count the Steve Ditko riffs!
The Origin story is called “Never Shtup in a Spider!” which is good advice for all of us! See SPIDER-VARK in action fighting back against The Iron Manticore (featuring the first appearance of Princess Manticore) and The Mighty Minotaur!

In the follow-up story, The Whore of Babylon falls for Spider-Vark big time which means Cerebus has to try to win her back by becoming The Alpha-Plus Male Feminist of the Western World!
He doesn’t do half of the housework, he does all of the housework!

The Creeps #25

The Creeps revives the iconic Warren illustrated horror magazines of the 1970’s by replicating Warren’s early page layouts and publishing new, classic styled work by original Warren artists, writers and editors.

Each issue is a highly collectible instant classic!

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Dave Sim & Gustave Doré: Green Dante/Green Virgil #1

First Team Up of Green Dante and Green Virgil, proving or disproving, once again, Stan Lee’s axiom that “Green Covers Don’t Sell!” Meet!

The David Ben-Gurions of the Galaxy!
See! The snazzy Poet Power Ring they give Green Dante! Wonder! If this is an enactment of Beneath the Planet of the Of The Philistines or BAttle For the Planet of the Philistines or what?
Meanwhile! Green Virgil’s ward, Cerebus is rocking a major Twitter Jones, hooked by the “Free Legal Advice” Twitter feed.
Can he find a way to buy his rights back?

The Creeps #26

The Creeps revives the iconic Warren illustrated horror magazines of the 1970’s by replicating Warren’s early page layouts and publishing new, classic styled work by original Warren artists, writers and editors.

Each issue is a highly collectible instant classic!

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Heavy Metal #300

A new era begins with a celebration of 300 incredible issues of America’s Premiere Sci-Fi/Fantasy magazine! Classic and new comic book creators from all over the world join the magazine to celebrate its 300th issue!

Just to name some of our VIP guests: Moebius attends with a short story published in English for the first time as well as an interview, never released, done by acclaimed comics and music writer Geoff Bucher.

Richard Corben, Liberatore, Vaughan Bode, Stephanie Phillips, Justin Jordan, Blake Northcott, Jeff Rebner, Matt Medney, David Erwin, Germán Ponce, and Duke Mighten who are joined by “New Hollywood 21st century” actor/writers Dylan Sprouse & Brendan Columbus.

And this party could not be complete without the fictional characters who attend it. Among the prominent fictional guests, we have confirmation of: Taarna, Nelson the B52 Bomber, Lucy the Australopithecus, the barbarians Vasator and Crunch, and the Dark Wing crew, among many others.

You are cordially invited to join the celebration!

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OHEISTAVARAT

Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – Sateenkaari

Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti.

Tekijöinä Tiitu Takalo ja A-K Laine.

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Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – Ritari

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Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – Suffragetit

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Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – Be Kind to Yourself

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Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – Pihapiiri

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Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – We Have Always Existed and Will Always Exist

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Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – Vallattu talo

Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti.

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Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – Tanssi

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Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – Eläimet

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Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – Ruususuudelma

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Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – Talvipyöräilijä

Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti.

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Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti – Tanssiaiset

Kissing behind the Barricades -postikortti. Tekijöinä Tiitu Takalo ja A-K Laine.
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