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Donald Duck, Trail of the Unicorn

Donald Duck, Trail of the Unicorn

By Carl Barks

Publisher: Fantagraphics

Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey and Louie go to catch a unicorn for Uncle Scrooge in one of the stories in this collection of world-famous comics.

It’s off to Shangri-Lala for Donald, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, on a perilous expedition to bring back a rare unicorn for Uncle Scrooge! But it’s not as easy as it sounds, with a mysterious stowaway, intrigue, and double-crosses in this land of many secrets. But once you do catch a unicorn, what, exactly, do you do with him? Then, in a trio of frigid challenges — “Luck of the North,” “Land of the Totem Poles,” and “Serum to Codfish Cove” — the Ducks must face the perils of the north. Each story has been meticulously restored and re-colored. Insightful story notes by an international panel of Barks experts. Introduction by Jeff Kinney, best-selling author of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Full color illustrations throughout

MAD About the Sixties

MAD About the Sixties

By The Usual Gang of Idiots

Publisher: Mad Books

Mickey Mouse Classics Mouse Tails

Mickey Mouse Classics, Mouse Tails

By various authors

Publisher: Boom Kids!

ages: 8 and up

Bestsellers

The Boy in Question

By Michael DeForge

Publisher: Space Face

Always important to keep the DeForge stock well-maintained. Here’s his newest (at time of writing 7/12/13). You ever notice how sick Mike’s text layout skills are? Always what hooks me in for these titles. And of course, the insides have characters the likes of which can’t be found in anyone else’s weirdest fever dreams.

This particular story is about two soldiers awaiting backup. As you can imagine, things escalate quickly. Hilarious.

Very Casual

By Michael Deforge

Publisher: Koyama Press

Spring 2013 will bring a double dose of DeForge starting with Very Casual. Culled from mini comics, online comics and anthology contributions, Very Casual collects notable short stories from DeForge’s prolific oeuvre. Included are stories about litter gangs, meat-filled snowmen, righteous cops, beagle/human hybrids, and forest-bound drag queens. Very Casual also collects Spotting Deer, which won the Pigskin Peters Award for best non-traditional, non-narrative or avant-garde work at the 2011 Doug Wright Awards.

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