As it enters its 4th decade, Peanuts remains as fresh and lively as ever, with classic storylines like Charlie Brown's hospital stay and surprises like a romance between Peppermint Patty and... Pig Pen?! Introduction by Al Roker. Featuring impeccable production values, this series presents the entire run in chronological order, dailies and Sundays, two years per volume, with supplementary materials.
Creators: (W) Charles M. Schulz (A) Charles M. Schulz
DARKWING DUCK JUST US JUSTICE DUCKS HC
Here's where the fun begins: A new series featuring awesome 1980s and 1990s comics based on the classic Disney Afternoon TV cartoons! From the pages of Disney Adventures and its Gen-X sister magazines come much-requested feature-length thrillers such as "Just Us Justice Ducks" and "The Legend of the Chaos God" plus more!
Creators: (W) Cody Weiss, Bobbi J. G. Weiss (A) John Blair Moore, Cosme Quartieri, Robert Bat
DISNEY MASTERS HC VOL 17 MICKEY MOUSE MAN FROM ALTACRAZ
Mickey Mouse and Uncle Scrooge tackle crafty - and not-so-crafty - crooks in adventures in these comics stories by legendary Italian "Maestro" Romano Scarpa! In "The Man from Altacraz," Mickey tries to reform musical ex-convict J. Cobalt Bloogle - but another master criminal is using both Bloogle and Mickey to get his hands on a priceless treasure! Then, in "The African Queen," Goofy falls in love with Zenobia, ruler of a lost jungle kingdom... and Mickey's troubles are only getting started! When Disney Legend Floyd Gottfredson stopped creating new Mickey Mouse adventure serials in 1955, Italian Disney cartoonist Romano Scarpa (1927-2005) picked up the Mickey mantle - telling decades' worth of legendary tales himself! Now Fantagraphics is anthologizing Scarpa's best - and beyond this book's Mickey tales, we're also including Scrooge McDuck versus the Beagle Boys in "Risky Bees-Ness"... the tale of a sting gone wrong!
Creators: (W) Romano Scarpa (A) Rodolfo Cimino
ITS NOT WHAT YOU THOUGHT IT WOULD BE HC
In her graphic novel debut, Lizzy Stewart chronicles the lives of two close friends from adolescence to adulthood. In a series of interconnected vignettes, Stewart charges ordinary, slice-of-life moments with a quiet intensity, revealing the complex natures of her characters as life nudges them in directions that they never could have expected until finally, in their thirties, they hardly recognize the women they have become.