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Doctor Who: Volume 1, Winter's Dawn, Season's End
by Tony Lee Details
Writer Tony Lee is joined by artists such as Matthew Dow Smith, Al Davison, Blair Shedd, and Kelly Yates to bring you the last comic adventures of the 10th Doctor! The complete 16-issue Series 1 featuring the 10th Doctor, as portrayed by David Tennant, plus the 2010 Annual are collected in this oversized hardcover.
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Last Days of an Immortal
by Fabien Vehlmann Details
In the distant future, "Philosophical Police" member Elijah must solve a centuries-old crime and bring peace between the two species caught up in its aftermath, while also confronting his own immortality in a world where science provides access to eternal life.
by Jeff Smith Details
Winner of 2014 Will Eisner Awards, Best Graphic Album--Reprint. A dimension-jumping art thief races through space and time in search of his next job but becomes distracted by an assassin pursuing him using the same technology he uses to jump across dimensions.
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Saga: Volume 1
by Brian K. Vaughan Details
When two soldiers from opposite sides of a never-ending galactic war fall in love, they risk everything to bring a fragile new life into a dangerous old universe.
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The Arctic Marauder
by Jacques Tardi Details
As he searches for his missing inventor-uncle and tries to solve a series of mysterious exploding ships in the Arctic, a young man encounters mad scientists, monsters of the deep, and futuristic submarines and flying machines in this satirical, Jules Vernes-esque "retro-sci-fi" yarn.
The Finder Library: Volume 1
by Carla Speed McNeil Details
Volume one includes the first four story arcs of Carla Speed McNeil's groundbreaking, bar-setting, Eisner award-winning science-fiction series. Follow enigmatic hero Jaeger through a "glorious, catholic pileup of high-tech SF, fannish fantasy, and street-level culture clash" (Village Voice), and discover the lush world and compelling characters that have carved Finder a permanent place in the pantheon of independent comics.
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The Manhattan Projects: Volume 1, Science Bad
by Jonathan Hickman Details
What if the research and development department created to produce the first atomic bomb was actually just a front for a series of other, more unusual, programs?
The Moon Moth
by Jack Vance Details
The inhabitants of the planet Sirene wear masks to indicate their social status and communicate by playing instruments carefully selected for any social situation (because errors of musical etiquette often prove fatal). Shortly after Edwer Thissell arrives on Sirene, he finds himself embroiled in an unsolved murder made all the more mysterious by the fact that, since everyone must always wear a mask, you can never be sure who you are dealing with.
To Terra: Volume 1
by Keiko Takemiya Details
Mankind has exhausted the Earth's resources and relegated human propagation to a universal computer, resulting in hundreds of years of peace. Chaos lurks beneath the regulated calm, however, and the Mu--a new sub-race of humans forced into exile by Universal Control--follow their young leader as they strive to find their way back to Terra.
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To Terra
by Grant Morrison Details
Using ordinary domestic animals for their test subjects, the scientists of Project AWE have created a new class of cyborgs--flesh-and-metal creatures designed to rule the battlefields of tomorrow. The project's crowning achievement is a trio of prototypes named WE3--each one custom-built and trained to work as specialists within a team.
Updated 05/05/2014

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