“Through me lies the road to the city of grief…abandon hope, all ye that enter here.” With that warning, the journey begins! Dante, the traveler, is led by the esteemed Virgil through the very pits of Hell to witness the plight of the sinners. Dante is led through limbo and then into the very depths of Hell and witnesses the levels of torment.
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Reching the inner edge of the sixth circle, Dante witnesses the desgtruction of Hell that occurred during the descent of Jesus during his three days of “death”. Levels include the Woods of the Suicides, River of Blood, and the figure of Geryon, and many more.
Dante’s Inferno is one fo the great classic works of literature.... [click here for more]
Issue #1: The Carnivores
This issue takes a look at the meat eating dinosaurs including the Deinonychus, Velociraptor, and of course, the Tyrannosaurus. Savage beasts that ruled by their flesh ripping talons and razor sharp teeth.
A two issue look that showcases a survey of the incredible creatures known as the dinosaurs. Lavish illustrations of the... [click here for more]
Issue #2: The Herbivores
The giants of the land that shook the land when they walked. Imposing creatures that loomed large, they were plant eaters and included well known specimens such as Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Pachycephalosaurus, Apatosaurus, and many others.
A two issue look that showcases a survey of the incredible creatures known as the dinosaurs.... [click here for more]
Francisco Goya’s The Disasters of War series is one of his most famous and it stands out as a testament against war. This one shot issue provides the plates of the original Goya work plus the monologs and brief descriptions supplied by Goya himself. It is balanced out with some notable quotes from others regarding the horrors of war. ... [click here for more]
A pinup book featuring illustrations of the original glam queen, Marilyn Monore.
Noted illustrator and painter, R.G. Taylor, illustrates a complete comic size in all full page illustrations depicting the many views of Marilyn. Taylor, known for his comic work such as Sandman Mystery Theatre and Wordsmith, was known for his good girl art and this collection of Marilyn Monroe ranked as one of the most... [click here for more]