Here is a list of books and authors whose stuff we are looking for. Forbidden Planet will only be buying copies of these books, and only for credit. If you have copies to sell, kindly let me know, either by accosting me in the store, calling me @ 212-473-1576, or in print. My email for this endeavor will be: firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember: only stuff on the want list, and no cash involved, and English editions, please. The list will be updated on the Weekly Planet blog on our websit ( www.fpnyc.com) periodically, so check it often. And bring us your books!!!
PRELIMINARY WANT LISTLet's move on to...
- Walt Kelly's POGO (any and all volumes)
- Hugo Pratt's CORTO MALTESE (any/all)
- Howard Chaykin's American Flagg (any/all)
- Rob Schrab's Scud the Disposable Assassain (any/all)
- Dan Clowes' Lloyd Llewellyn
- Bill Sienkiewicz's Voodoo Child HC
- Chester Brown's Ed the Happy Clown
- Lucky Luke (any/all)
- Anything by Moebius!!!
- Paul Pope's THBs, P-City Parade, Buzz Buzz, Sin Titulo, etc.
Books Coveted releasing 5/23:
ARF Forum - edited by Craig Yoe The third volume of the popular Arf series, Arf Forum's contributors are a dazzling spectral array of culturally significant icons: from Krazy Kat's kartoonist George Herriman to heartbreak rocker Elvis, Spider-Man's Stan Lee to New Yorker cartoonist Otto Soglow, Little Nemo's Winsor McCay to silent film star Charlie Chaplin, Nancy's Ernie Bushmiller to Surrealist Max Ernst. If you haven't hipped on to the Arf series of anthologies yet you're missing out. Why don't you come in with the tam for the big win? Jump into the plasma pool today!
Fell Vol 1 Feral City - Limited Edition HC And Tp- Detective Richard Fell is transferred over the bridge from the big city to Snowtown, a feral district whose police investigations department numbers three and a half people (one detective has no legs). Dumped in this collapsing urban trashzone, Richard Fell is starting all over again and it's one helluva ride. Also- if you're on the fence about buying either the HC or the Tpb, know that the former was only printed to order, and once we gone they gone!
Other Side TPCollecting the hard-hitting, critically acclaimed miniseries examining life on opposing sides of the Vietnam War through the eyes of two young men: Bill Everette, an Alabama farm boy who's been drafted into the Marine Corps, and Vietnamese farmer Vo Dai, who enlists in the People's Army of Vietnam to fulfill his duty to his country. Written by Jason Aaron, art by Cameron Stewart (whom is a swell fellow we love, and was the artist on Grant Morrison's Seaguy, which we love, too).
Tarzan vol. 13
by Burne Hogarth
Jeff Smith & Charles Vess
NY Daily News
The Encyclopedia Shatnerica
ALSO! New release comics and GNs are Thursday the 31st next week!
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