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Lucifer is a spin-off of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman comic book centered around Gaiman’s interpretation of Satan, arguably the most interesting character in his book and one of the most interesting depictions of Satan since Paradise Lost. In Sandman, Lucifer realized he had been deceived, that he had never been the rebel he thought himself to be, but was instead nothing more than just a pawn in God’s master plan. So, to truly rebel, he quit as ruler of hell, kicking everyone out before he left. By the end of The Sandman comic book Lucifer was running a nightclub, Lux, in Los Angeles.

Carey’s Lucifer picks up right where Gaiman leaves off, and initially the book seems to be largely modeled after Sandman, but very quickly it becomes clear that where Sandman took one of the powers of the universe and dealt with his day-to-day life and relationships, Lucifer is a true fantasy epic with larger than life characters involved in wars that will determine the fate of the universe. With its interesting characters and epic storylines Lucifer is a fun read. So much so, it seems like nothing more than a fun read, until you reach the end. And then you realize just how deep the work actually is, themed largely around the idea of predestination versus free will.

The Sandman deals with the life and times of Dream of the Endless, one of seven immortal powers that act on the universe and routinely deal with gods, angels, demons, and other supernatural beings. Drawing heavily from the horror and suspense comics, Sandman paints a portrait of Dream through a series of seemingly disconnected stories, sometimes having Dream as the central protagonist, but other times having him do as little as a cameo appearance. However, the stories ultimately connect back together through various characters and themes. Another signature of Gaiman’s Sandman was pulling obscure characters from DC’s past and incorporating them into his stories.

One of the first things that stands out about Sandman is it revolves around a being of epic stature, Dream, but the majority of the stories are centered around his personal life and relationships. From there The Sandman goes on to explore the ideas of stories, mythology, and folklore, their role in the world, and the role of the storyteller, and in doing so modernizes and retells many classic stories from mythology and history incorporating them into The Sandman universe. In the end the story deals specifically with character arcs and the necessity for change within our characters and within the universe.

What if Superman landed on Earth twelve hours later? Red Son takes place in an alternate universe where that has happened. Now instead of landing on a farm in Kansas and being raised to uphold truth, justice, and the American way of life, he lands on a Siberian farm and is raised to uphold the ideals of communism, the workers’ revolution, and Marxist philosophies. Lana Lang is a Siberian farm girl. Pete Ross is the illegitimate son of Stalin. And Bruce Wayne is an anti-Soviet terrorist. Meanwhile Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, and Lex Luthor are all still born in the United States.

Someone knows the secret identities of all the superheroes. Now they’re targeting and killing their loved ones. That is essentially the plot to Identity Crisis. Major DC heroes like Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman have small, almost cameo appearances in the story. The major characters are all lesser-known and less popular DC characters like the Elongated Man, Green Arrow, and the Atom. The story is a classic whodunit with the DC superheroes, and the reader, trying to figure out who would kill the families of superheroes and why. It also takes from modern crime dramas showing the superhero equivalent of CSI style investigations.

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Lucifer is a spin-off of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman comic book centered around Gaiman’s interpretation of Satan, arguably the most interesting character in his book and one of the most interesting depictions of Satan since Paradise Lost. In Sandman, Lucifer realized he had been deceived, that he had never been the rebel he thought himself to be, but was instead nothing more than just a pawn in God’s master plan. So, to truly rebel, he quit as ruler of hell, kicking everyone out before he left. By the end of The Sandman comic book Lucifer was running a nightclub, Lux, in Los Angeles.

Carey’s Lucifer picks up right where Gaiman leaves off, and initially the book seems to be largely modeled after Sandman, but very quickly it becomes clear that where Sandman took one of the powers of the universe and dealt with his day-to-day life and relationships, Lucifer is a true fantasy epic with larger than life characters involved in wars that will determine the fate of the universe. With its interesting characters and epic storylines Lucifer is a fun read. So much so, it seems like nothing more than a fun read, until you reach the end. And then you realize just how deep the work actually is, themed largely around the idea of predestination versus free will.

The Sandman deals with the life and times of Dream of the Endless, one of seven immortal powers that act on the universe and routinely deal with gods, angels, demons, and other supernatural beings. Drawing heavily from the horror and suspense comics, Sandman paints a portrait of Dream through a series of seemingly disconnected stories, sometimes having Dream as the central protagonist, but other times having him do as little as a cameo appearance. However, the stories ultimately connect back together through various characters and themes. Another signature of Gaiman’s Sandman was pulling obscure characters from DC’s past and incorporating them into his stories.

One of the first things that stands out about Sandman is it revolves around a being of epic stature, Dream, but the majority of the stories are centered around his personal life and relationships. From there The Sandman goes on to explore the ideas of stories, mythology, and folklore, their role in the world, and the role of the storyteller, and in doing so modernizes and retells many classic stories from mythology and history incorporating them into The Sandman universe. In the end the story deals specifically with character arcs and the necessity for change within our characters and within the universe.

What if Superman landed on Earth twelve hours later? Red Son takes place in an alternate universe where that has happened. Now instead of landing on a farm in Kansas and being raised to uphold truth, justice, and the American way of life, he lands on a Siberian farm and is raised to uphold the ideals of communism, the workers’ revolution, and Marxist philosophies. Lana Lang is a Siberian farm girl. Pete Ross is the illegitimate son of Stalin. And Bruce Wayne is an anti-Soviet terrorist. Meanwhile Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, and Lex Luthor are all still born in the United States.

Someone knows the secret identities of all the superheroes. Now they’re targeting and killing their loved ones. That is essentially the plot to Identity Crisis. Major DC heroes like Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman have small, almost cameo appearances in the story. The major characters are all lesser-known and less popular DC characters like the Elongated Man, Green Arrow, and the Atom. The story is a classic whodunit with the DC superheroes, and the reader, trying to figure out who would kill the families of superheroes and why. It also takes from modern crime dramas showing the superhero equivalent of CSI style investigations.

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На фест по заявке: Лайт каким-то образом выжил, был признан психически ненормальным, вылечен, его выпустили из тюрьмы, он пытается устроиться на работу, драмостеб "Я был школьником, студентом, Богом. Начальником полиции".

When Quasimodo finds the Genie's lamp, he has just one wish. But every wish has its consequences, and every decision has its price.

Nicholas Santos, AKA Kamen Rider Knight, has discovered that his friend, Ryugo Osaka, has turned to the dark side and joined Dai-Shocker. Will he be able to convince his friend to change sides, or will he be forced to kill his own friend?

When two girls, Brandi and Billie, plan a sleepover at a certain barbershop, paranormal activity breaks out and Brandi has to save Billie from a ticking time bomb of horror, murder, lies, and evil.
ABANDONED.

Fandoms include Avatar: The Last Airbender , Lucifer , Angel Sanctuary , Star Trek: AOS , Enchanted Forest Chronicles , and the Darkangel trilogy. Some component ficlets contain implied dubious consent, implied death, and implied dragons eating other sentient beings. Many also contain a lot of crack. (No individual fic is more than 450 words. Most are shorter. Not all are actually crossovers.)

Sulu gives Chekov a puppy while on shore leave, but Chekov doesn't want to leave it behind. He tries to hide it in his quarters, but it follows him around. He tries to keep it a secret from the Captain because he thinks Kirk will get rid of it on him ...

The market has developed significantly over the past ten years. It’s a genre with a strong following of dedicated enthusiasts and specialist galleries — many of which choose to display the prices of original works very clearly. In a decade, we’ve seen the prices of both classic and new works creep up. 

Jean-Pierre Gibrat, Le Vol du Courbeau, Dupuis 2002 . Original plate nº13. Signée. Coloured ink on paper. This work was offered in Bande Dessinée on 21 May 2016 at Christie’s in Paris and sold for €55,500

It’s a primarily European market, though it is particularly strong in France. French cartoonists draw upon aspects of other cultures, however, and there are French artists who have global appeal: Jean-Pierre Gibrat’s depictions of beautiful French women from the 1950s are popular with an international audience. 

Moebius, The Silver Surfer , Marvel 1988 . Original plate No.19 from the first comic. Chinese ink and white gouache on paper. This work was offered in Bande Dessinée on 21 May 2016 at Christie’s in Paris

Hergé. The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, published Casterman October 1943 . Original edition in colour 4th plate, A20, white. This work was offered in Bande Dessinée on 21 May 2016 at Christie’s in Paris and sold for €1,875

Moebius is popular with American collectors, and Steven Spielberg and George Lucas are among the artist’s most famous buyers. Spielberg’s film adaptation of The Adventures of Tintin is proof that the market goes much further than Europe. 

Brenden Gallagher is a freelance writer and filmmaker in Los Angeles. He writes about television and whatever else seems interesting for Complex.

This isn't news: Newspapers are dying. Which means that newspaper comic strips are dying as well. Online greats like xkcd , The   Perry Bible Fellowship , and  Achewood   offer digital satisfaction, but how long will it be until you can no longer pick up a newspaper, leaf past the news, and arrive at the comics?

Rather than sweat out how many days the world has left until Marmaduke is put to sleep and Cathy stops complaining, it's best to honor the the greatest cartoons to have ever been black and white and read all over (and the ones in color, too).

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Lucifer is a spin-off of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman comic book centered around Gaiman’s interpretation of Satan, arguably the most interesting character in his book and one of the most interesting depictions of Satan since Paradise Lost. In Sandman, Lucifer realized he had been deceived, that he had never been the rebel he thought himself to be, but was instead nothing more than just a pawn in God’s master plan. So, to truly rebel, he quit as ruler of hell, kicking everyone out before he left. By the end of The Sandman comic book Lucifer was running a nightclub, Lux, in Los Angeles.

Carey’s Lucifer picks up right where Gaiman leaves off, and initially the book seems to be largely modeled after Sandman, but very quickly it becomes clear that where Sandman took one of the powers of the universe and dealt with his day-to-day life and relationships, Lucifer is a true fantasy epic with larger than life characters involved in wars that will determine the fate of the universe. With its interesting characters and epic storylines Lucifer is a fun read. So much so, it seems like nothing more than a fun read, until you reach the end. And then you realize just how deep the work actually is, themed largely around the idea of predestination versus free will.

The Sandman deals with the life and times of Dream of the Endless, one of seven immortal powers that act on the universe and routinely deal with gods, angels, demons, and other supernatural beings. Drawing heavily from the horror and suspense comics, Sandman paints a portrait of Dream through a series of seemingly disconnected stories, sometimes having Dream as the central protagonist, but other times having him do as little as a cameo appearance. However, the stories ultimately connect back together through various characters and themes. Another signature of Gaiman’s Sandman was pulling obscure characters from DC’s past and incorporating them into his stories.

One of the first things that stands out about Sandman is it revolves around a being of epic stature, Dream, but the majority of the stories are centered around his personal life and relationships. From there The Sandman goes on to explore the ideas of stories, mythology, and folklore, their role in the world, and the role of the storyteller, and in doing so modernizes and retells many classic stories from mythology and history incorporating them into The Sandman universe. In the end the story deals specifically with character arcs and the necessity for change within our characters and within the universe.

What if Superman landed on Earth twelve hours later? Red Son takes place in an alternate universe where that has happened. Now instead of landing on a farm in Kansas and being raised to uphold truth, justice, and the American way of life, he lands on a Siberian farm and is raised to uphold the ideals of communism, the workers’ revolution, and Marxist philosophies. Lana Lang is a Siberian farm girl. Pete Ross is the illegitimate son of Stalin. And Bruce Wayne is an anti-Soviet terrorist. Meanwhile Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, and Lex Luthor are all still born in the United States.

Someone knows the secret identities of all the superheroes. Now they’re targeting and killing their loved ones. That is essentially the plot to Identity Crisis. Major DC heroes like Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman have small, almost cameo appearances in the story. The major characters are all lesser-known and less popular DC characters like the Elongated Man, Green Arrow, and the Atom. The story is a classic whodunit with the DC superheroes, and the reader, trying to figure out who would kill the families of superheroes and why. It also takes from modern crime dramas showing the superhero equivalent of CSI style investigations.

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На фест по заявке: Лайт каким-то образом выжил, был признан психически ненормальным, вылечен, его выпустили из тюрьмы, он пытается устроиться на работу, драмостеб "Я был школьником, студентом, Богом. Начальником полиции".

When Quasimodo finds the Genie's lamp, he has just one wish. But every wish has its consequences, and every decision has its price.

Nicholas Santos, AKA Kamen Rider Knight, has discovered that his friend, Ryugo Osaka, has turned to the dark side and joined Dai-Shocker. Will he be able to convince his friend to change sides, or will he be forced to kill his own friend?

When two girls, Brandi and Billie, plan a sleepover at a certain barbershop, paranormal activity breaks out and Brandi has to save Billie from a ticking time bomb of horror, murder, lies, and evil.
ABANDONED.

Fandoms include Avatar: The Last Airbender , Lucifer , Angel Sanctuary , Star Trek: AOS , Enchanted Forest Chronicles , and the Darkangel trilogy. Some component ficlets contain implied dubious consent, implied death, and implied dragons eating other sentient beings. Many also contain a lot of crack. (No individual fic is more than 450 words. Most are shorter. Not all are actually crossovers.)

Sulu gives Chekov a puppy while on shore leave, but Chekov doesn't want to leave it behind. He tries to hide it in his quarters, but it follows him around. He tries to keep it a secret from the Captain because he thinks Kirk will get rid of it on him ...

The market has developed significantly over the past ten years. It’s a genre with a strong following of dedicated enthusiasts and specialist galleries — many of which choose to display the prices of original works very clearly. In a decade, we’ve seen the prices of both classic and new works creep up. 

Jean-Pierre Gibrat, Le Vol du Courbeau, Dupuis 2002 . Original plate nº13. Signée. Coloured ink on paper. This work was offered in Bande Dessinée on 21 May 2016 at Christie’s in Paris and sold for €55,500

It’s a primarily European market, though it is particularly strong in France. French cartoonists draw upon aspects of other cultures, however, and there are French artists who have global appeal: Jean-Pierre Gibrat’s depictions of beautiful French women from the 1950s are popular with an international audience. 

Moebius, The Silver Surfer , Marvel 1988 . Original plate No.19 from the first comic. Chinese ink and white gouache on paper. This work was offered in Bande Dessinée on 21 May 2016 at Christie’s in Paris

Hergé. The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, published Casterman October 1943 . Original edition in colour 4th plate, A20, white. This work was offered in Bande Dessinée on 21 May 2016 at Christie’s in Paris and sold for €1,875

Moebius is popular with American collectors, and Steven Spielberg and George Lucas are among the artist’s most famous buyers. Spielberg’s film adaptation of The Adventures of Tintin is proof that the market goes much further than Europe. 

Lucifer is a spin-off of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman comic book centered around Gaiman’s interpretation of Satan, arguably the most interesting character in his book and one of the most interesting depictions of Satan since Paradise Lost. In Sandman, Lucifer realized he had been deceived, that he had never been the rebel he thought himself to be, but was instead nothing more than just a pawn in God’s master plan. So, to truly rebel, he quit as ruler of hell, kicking everyone out before he left. By the end of The Sandman comic book Lucifer was running a nightclub, Lux, in Los Angeles.

Carey’s Lucifer picks up right where Gaiman leaves off, and initially the book seems to be largely modeled after Sandman, but very quickly it becomes clear that where Sandman took one of the powers of the universe and dealt with his day-to-day life and relationships, Lucifer is a true fantasy epic with larger than life characters involved in wars that will determine the fate of the universe. With its interesting characters and epic storylines Lucifer is a fun read. So much so, it seems like nothing more than a fun read, until you reach the end. And then you realize just how deep the work actually is, themed largely around the idea of predestination versus free will.

The Sandman deals with the life and times of Dream of the Endless, one of seven immortal powers that act on the universe and routinely deal with gods, angels, demons, and other supernatural beings. Drawing heavily from the horror and suspense comics, Sandman paints a portrait of Dream through a series of seemingly disconnected stories, sometimes having Dream as the central protagonist, but other times having him do as little as a cameo appearance. However, the stories ultimately connect back together through various characters and themes. Another signature of Gaiman’s Sandman was pulling obscure characters from DC’s past and incorporating them into his stories.

One of the first things that stands out about Sandman is it revolves around a being of epic stature, Dream, but the majority of the stories are centered around his personal life and relationships. From there The Sandman goes on to explore the ideas of stories, mythology, and folklore, their role in the world, and the role of the storyteller, and in doing so modernizes and retells many classic stories from mythology and history incorporating them into The Sandman universe. In the end the story deals specifically with character arcs and the necessity for change within our characters and within the universe.

What if Superman landed on Earth twelve hours later? Red Son takes place in an alternate universe where that has happened. Now instead of landing on a farm in Kansas and being raised to uphold truth, justice, and the American way of life, he lands on a Siberian farm and is raised to uphold the ideals of communism, the workers’ revolution, and Marxist philosophies. Lana Lang is a Siberian farm girl. Pete Ross is the illegitimate son of Stalin. And Bruce Wayne is an anti-Soviet terrorist. Meanwhile Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, and Lex Luthor are all still born in the United States.

Someone knows the secret identities of all the superheroes. Now they’re targeting and killing their loved ones. That is essentially the plot to Identity Crisis. Major DC heroes like Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman have small, almost cameo appearances in the story. The major characters are all lesser-known and less popular DC characters like the Elongated Man, Green Arrow, and the Atom. The story is a classic whodunit with the DC superheroes, and the reader, trying to figure out who would kill the families of superheroes and why. It also takes from modern crime dramas showing the superhero equivalent of CSI style investigations.

Lucifer is a spin-off of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman comic book centered around Gaiman’s interpretation of Satan, arguably the most interesting character in his book and one of the most interesting depictions of Satan since Paradise Lost. In Sandman, Lucifer realized he had been deceived, that he had never been the rebel he thought himself to be, but was instead nothing more than just a pawn in God’s master plan. So, to truly rebel, he quit as ruler of hell, kicking everyone out before he left. By the end of The Sandman comic book Lucifer was running a nightclub, Lux, in Los Angeles.

Carey’s Lucifer picks up right where Gaiman leaves off, and initially the book seems to be largely modeled after Sandman, but very quickly it becomes clear that where Sandman took one of the powers of the universe and dealt with his day-to-day life and relationships, Lucifer is a true fantasy epic with larger than life characters involved in wars that will determine the fate of the universe. With its interesting characters and epic storylines Lucifer is a fun read. So much so, it seems like nothing more than a fun read, until you reach the end. And then you realize just how deep the work actually is, themed largely around the idea of predestination versus free will.

The Sandman deals with the life and times of Dream of the Endless, one of seven immortal powers that act on the universe and routinely deal with gods, angels, demons, and other supernatural beings. Drawing heavily from the horror and suspense comics, Sandman paints a portrait of Dream through a series of seemingly disconnected stories, sometimes having Dream as the central protagonist, but other times having him do as little as a cameo appearance. However, the stories ultimately connect back together through various characters and themes. Another signature of Gaiman’s Sandman was pulling obscure characters from DC’s past and incorporating them into his stories.

One of the first things that stands out about Sandman is it revolves around a being of epic stature, Dream, but the majority of the stories are centered around his personal life and relationships. From there The Sandman goes on to explore the ideas of stories, mythology, and folklore, their role in the world, and the role of the storyteller, and in doing so modernizes and retells many classic stories from mythology and history incorporating them into The Sandman universe. In the end the story deals specifically with character arcs and the necessity for change within our characters and within the universe.

What if Superman landed on Earth twelve hours later? Red Son takes place in an alternate universe where that has happened. Now instead of landing on a farm in Kansas and being raised to uphold truth, justice, and the American way of life, he lands on a Siberian farm and is raised to uphold the ideals of communism, the workers’ revolution, and Marxist philosophies. Lana Lang is a Siberian farm girl. Pete Ross is the illegitimate son of Stalin. And Bruce Wayne is an anti-Soviet terrorist. Meanwhile Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, and Lex Luthor are all still born in the United States.

Someone knows the secret identities of all the superheroes. Now they’re targeting and killing their loved ones. That is essentially the plot to Identity Crisis. Major DC heroes like Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman have small, almost cameo appearances in the story. The major characters are all lesser-known and less popular DC characters like the Elongated Man, Green Arrow, and the Atom. The story is a classic whodunit with the DC superheroes, and the reader, trying to figure out who would kill the families of superheroes and why. It also takes from modern crime dramas showing the superhero equivalent of CSI style investigations.

Would you like to tell us about a lower price ?
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На фест по заявке: Лайт каким-то образом выжил, был признан психически ненормальным, вылечен, его выпустили из тюрьмы, он пытается устроиться на работу, драмостеб "Я был школьником, студентом, Богом. Начальником полиции".

When Quasimodo finds the Genie's lamp, he has just one wish. But every wish has its consequences, and every decision has its price.

Nicholas Santos, AKA Kamen Rider Knight, has discovered that his friend, Ryugo Osaka, has turned to the dark side and joined Dai-Shocker. Will he be able to convince his friend to change sides, or will he be forced to kill his own friend?

When two girls, Brandi and Billie, plan a sleepover at a certain barbershop, paranormal activity breaks out and Brandi has to save Billie from a ticking time bomb of horror, murder, lies, and evil.
ABANDONED.

Fandoms include Avatar: The Last Airbender , Lucifer , Angel Sanctuary , Star Trek: AOS , Enchanted Forest Chronicles , and the Darkangel trilogy. Some component ficlets contain implied dubious consent, implied death, and implied dragons eating other sentient beings. Many also contain a lot of crack. (No individual fic is more than 450 words. Most are shorter. Not all are actually crossovers.)

Sulu gives Chekov a puppy while on shore leave, but Chekov doesn't want to leave it behind. He tries to hide it in his quarters, but it follows him around. He tries to keep it a secret from the Captain because he thinks Kirk will get rid of it on him ...


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