This limited-edition art portfolio from the co-creator of Moon Knight has been decades in the making.
All books feature over 80 pages of Don’s finest art, along with introductions from Johnny Romita and Bob Layton!
BUT WAIT....SIGNED/REMARKED EDITIONS ARE AVAILABLE NOW!
Available only from Aardwolf's website, 126 books contain limited-edition signed/remarqued bookplates each with a unique, original sketch from Don Perlin himself.
Signed Paperback/Bookplated Paperback/Expanded Digital version
Funded through a successful Kickstarter campaign, this full-color graphic novel contains the long-lost Futurians story Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight (Story: Dave Cockrum/Pencils: Dave Cockrum with “Wally Bonner”and Richard O’Hara/Inks: Robin Riggs with Bob Wiacek/Colors: Paty Cockrum/Letters: Tom Orzechowski/Covers: Ray Lago with Jim Lee).
Comic Book Babylon. 370 pages of truth. If you can handle the truth. What really happened to Gene Colan? Why did Harlan Ellison want to slap Jim Warren? And what happens when Barry Smith can’t find his Windsor? All books are signed by the author!
He was called The Dean of Comics, The Shadow Master, and Marvel’s Iron Horse. His cinematic storytelling is instantly recognizable to generations of comic book readers. He stands out as one of the most influential and beloved of the many artists who illustrated our favorite comic book characters. He actually defined the way we feel about them—from Daredevil and Iron Man to Howard the Duck and Tomb of Dracula.
god’s 15 minutes is 242 pages of pure Clifford Meth adrenaline.
This single volume collects updated stories that first appeared in Meth's previous publications Crib Death & Other Bedtime Stories, This Bastard Planet, The White Man Dancing, Crawling from the Wreckage, Perverts, Pedophiles and Other Theologians, Crib Death: The Baby-sitter's Companion, Aardwolf Comics #1, and Aardwolf Comics #2.
Clifford Meth serves up stories as vivid and stunning as Jim Steranko's brilliant cover art. Includes the hit singles "The Man Who Hated Lubavitchers" and "Back on the Whores".
Peter David introduces the work, saying Meth's characters are "searching for love," but "only as an abstract to which they can aspire...not truly relate."
Aardwolf Publishing announces Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art scholarship recipients for 2018
“The Futurians will either be a TV series or a movie,” said Neal with that famed Adams’ confidence. “I think a movie.”
Harlan calls Clifford Meth's COMIC BOOK BABYLON "an imperial hoot." You will, too, or your money back. Order this important book while we still have copies left.