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What haunts our hearts today may haunt us in the hereafter . . . With stories spanning time, galaxies, and spirits, Gothic Tales of Haunted Futures features 17 original stories, casting the indelible themes of gothic romance forward in time, to imagined futures and tomorrow’s afterlives. Edited by S.M Beiko, cover art by Sweeney Boo AVAILABLE NOW ISBN: 9781989754030
ABC Monstrosity is a freaky-fun book designed to thrill adults and kids alike with pages that teach and delight all at once. As each new letter is introduced with a drawing of a familiar object or animal, the previous ones are continuously combined to create bizarre and creative monstrosities. Featuring beautifully hand coloured drawings, ABC Monstrosity includes a zany glossary featuring fascinating scientific facts augmented with humour."The illustrations are just so beautiful..it's such a fun book" - CBC's Anne Logan HC ISBN: 9781988903996 SC ISBN: 9781988903880AVAILABLE NOW You know their name, you know their music, but do you know their story? Everyone’s favourite blood spewing alien band return to comics in an all new 96 page graphic novel.Prince Jack's days are numbered. Surrounded by criminals, assassins, knaves, and usurpers, everyone is out to get him, and that's just members of his own court. For centuries, The Four Kingdoms, the Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds, and Spades, waged war upon each other. To stem the bloodshed, the Four of a Kind, an order of wise and holy men, were entrusted to keep the peace at any cost. But the wheels of war are turning once more...AVAILABLE NOW BPAA Best Illustrated Book Of The Year Award Winner A touching and tender graphic novel following Ed, a reserved man dealing with dementia in a small, northern-Canadian town. As Ed’s memory declines he loses touch with the present and revisits a past he chose to forget. A queer, romantic-tragedy.Ambrose Bierce's The Death of Halpin Frayser kicks off Volume 5, followed by Poe's classic Fall of the House of Usher. Having kicked off the Mummy genre Arthur Conan Doyle’s masterpiece, Lot No. 249, simply speaks for itself. This volume ends with Poe’s heartbreaking poem, For Annie.