Yambar pits Bart and Milhouse against Lisa in a snowball fight and lets him loose in the gross food description department in the school cafeteria
He’s been out of comics for 35 years but has found his way back just in time for this 56-page, full color, 40th anniversary comic adaptation of America’s first animated NBC-TV holiday special! Yambar adds the ‘between the scenes’ and ‘after the show’ story extras and writes the long awaited official Razzleberry Dressing Recipe. With art by Broderick, Wheaton, and Maurizio. Available with the mass market cartoon cover art - SOLD OUT! or the painted variant Bill Morrison cover
Created and scripted by Yambar, with art by Broderick, and inks by Wheaton and special guest Mike Kazaleh. This 64-page softbound was published by Airwave Comics and includes all 4 chapters of the first El Mucho Grande epic. Find out why this masked monster wrestler and vampire chick hugging mountain of lucha libre mirth goes to Saturn, fights the gods of Asgard, and faces off with a brood of giant Japanese monsters just so he can live in a trailer in Wisconsin! He really is the next big thing!
32 pages of autumnal fun written by Yambar, with art by Broderick and Wheaton! When Major Nelson tells Jeannie how much he loves those old monster movies, he finds himself in some ghoulish trouble as he stars in all of them! What’s a Halloween party without our Jeannie? Cover by Morrison. Published by Airwave Comics.
The 32-page first issue arrives and the three little witch sisters leap into action! They’re looking for a few good men - because their stomachs are growling! Find out why all the other monsters hide under their beds when these girls come a knocking! Written and cover painted by Yambar with art by Krause. Published by Airwave Comics
Limited to 200 copies worldwide, this 20-page ashcan was created to incite a bit of notice from the comics press. It includes the first 12-page Spells appearance from CLI #8 and 8 pages of sketchbook designs available nowhere else! Mean-spirited fun for everyone from Yambar and Krause. Comes signed with a first day promo button -
This 48-page softbound collects stories from the early Airwave ‘I Dream Of Jeannie’ comic series. Included is a 10-page bonus story available nowhere else written by Yambar, with art by Broderick and inks by Wheaton. When Major Nelson wishes for the best tiki party on Earth, Jeannie blinks him to the island of the living Tiki Gods!
Yambar gives Bart the nastiest T-shirt in Springfield and relives a bit of his own childhood by having Bart go crazy trying to get a mail-in Radioactive Man premium from cereal.
Contains a Yambar backup story featuring Bart and the antics of a well spent summer vacation.
At last! 200 pages of absolute insanity from Levi Krause! Contains the first 4 issues of the original Moordam Comics run, the never before printed final 2 chapters, nearly every scattered Levi’s World short story, the deadly DOAT alphabet (they were actually speaking to you throughout the series!), Mr. Beat, and a forward by Yambar who also helps pull the series to a close in the writing department!
An anthology softbound that collects 158 pages of VERY small press and independent creator work. A fund raiser for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. Contains 7 pages of Fire-Breathing Pope and 4 pages of Itsi Kisti reprints
This is the final 152-page anthology from CLI, and it really lives up to its title! With work from 12 creators, it includes 8 new pages from Yambar and a ton of cool stuff from Broderick and Roberts who carry the issue!
Collects the first 4 issues of Bart Simpson Comics from Bongo Comics and includes the lead story by Yambar from the very first issue. Available from bookstores the world over. Published by Bongo Comics and Harper Collins Books.
CHUCK THE UGLY AMERICAN - BIG FAT ZERO
This 64-page #0 from Comic Library International collects the out-of-print early Chuck appearances from the Moordam Comics, CLI, Certified Cool and Mr. Beat days - SOLD OUT! (To obtain copies of CHUCK THE UGLY AMERICAN and YETS! books go directly to http://www.artistmb.com/mb.com)
This third 152-page collection from Comic Library International contains every remaining loose- end story the guru of cool has ever had in independent comics and includes a hip portrait gallery created by industry professionals and fans alike. It also yields a full-length CD of an actual ‘Mr.Beat Experience’ performance featuring live music, spoken word, and poetry led by the infamous musical genius - John J. Blair! There’s also a Mr.Beat theme song by small press giant Tim Corrigan and an acid house dance mix by electronic musician and project producer Mark Planet.
Q:Why is Bart flushing baby alligators down the toilet? A: So he can beat his sister Lisa at the annual science fair - and to see if they really do grow up to become giant radioactive mutants, of course! Written by Yambar.
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