EMPLOYEE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 8/17!!

SUICIDE SQUAD #1

(W) Rob Williams (A/CA) Jim Lee, Scott Williams

"The Black Vault" part one! When a mysterious and definitely super-important cosmic item falls out of the heavens and into enemy hands, America has only one option: Task Force X, Amanda Waller's strike team of incarcerated super-criminals. A one-stop-shop for plausibly deniable espionage and ultra- violence, this "Suicide Squad" only handles missions they're not expected to survive. An insane new era of SUICIDE SQUAD begins here with superstar artist Jim Lee and red-hot writer Rob Williams (UNFOLLOW, MARTIAN MANHUNTER).

RECOMMENDED BY PERRY!

EMPLOYEE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 4/6!!

HARLEY QUINN & SUICIDE SQUAD APRIL FOOL'S SPECIAL

(W) Rob Williams (A/CA) Jim Lee & Others, Scott Williams

Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, M.D., welcomes you to Evil Anonymous, the support group for super villains in need; where no problem is too insane or homicidal, and where discretion is assured as only a clown princess of crime can-which is to say, not at all. But when Harley Quinn starts using her patients' own evil schemes against them, it turns out that a much bigger, far more dangerous, and truly life-altering joke is being played on her.

RECOMMENDED BY PERRY!

EMPLOYEE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 9/2!!

SUICIDE SQUAD TP VOL 01 TRIAL BY FIRE

(W) John Ostrander (A) Luke McDonnell & Various (CA) Luke McDonnell

In these stories from SUICIDE SQUAD #1-8 and SECRET ORIGINS #14, the team must take down the evil Jihad before it can attack the U.S. Then, the Squad is sent into Russia to extract a famous dissident-but can they get out alive?

RECOMMENDED BY MORGAN!!

NEW INDY COMIX!!

OH MY GOD IT'S BACK THE BEST COMIC ON THE STANDS!!!! uh, what I meant to say was Michel Fiffe's masterpiece of (mostly) monthly super-hero awesomeness returns in issue #13--it's all bullets, all the time!!!

COPRA #13

(W/A) Michel Fiffe

And if you missed out on the first run of Copra don't take my word on how good it is, read the whole first issue HERE for FREE!!!

EMPLOYEE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 9/18!!

ZERO #1

(W) Ales Kot (A) Michael Walsh, Jordie Bellaire

SAVING THE WORLD. ONE MURDER AT A TIME.
Edward Zero is the perfect execution machine - a spy who breaks the rules to get things done. When a stolen device appears in the center of a long-running conflict, Zero comes to retrieve it.  The problem is, the device is inside a living, breathing, bio-modified terrorist and there's an entire army after it.

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"I'm your lover, I'm your Zero..." Whoops, wrong Zero, sorry, no, this is not shiny t-shirt wearing, bald Billy Corgan's new multimedia project, but Ales Kot's ambitious next comic filled with murder and mayhem across the many dimensions of time and space. Kot has taken it upon himself to follow in the footsteps of psychedelic comics luminaries such as Morrison, Ellis and Moore, but with a flavor all his own. Multilayered to the Nth degree, Kot weaves stories of forgotten lovers, unknown soldiers, failed artists and aspiring comic writers. He has let forth a call, a rally to arms for the next generation of comic creators and it reads loud and clear. Step your F*ing game up!

RECOMMENDED BY CASEY!!

 

NEW FRIGGIN' AWESOME AND AMAZING INDY COMIX!!

For all you suckers who missed the boat on the best comic currently being published, don worry none, son, we gotcha covered... Bergen St. Press and Michel Fiffe are proud to present the second compendium collecting the sold-out, super hard to find issues #4-6 of COPPPRRRAAAAAAAAA!!!! (think like Cobra-lalalalalalalala sound here)

COPRA COMPENDIUM #2

(W/A) Michel Fiffe

Issues #4-6. $12. Do I need to convince you any more?? I'm sure you are tired of hearing me ramble about this book, but, whatever, screw it.

Oh yeah, and we also have compendium #1 in stock as well, plus issue #7 which picks up directly after the 2nd compendium!!

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COPRA RETURNS TO KICK OTHER COMIC'S ASSES!

COPRA #7

(W/A) Michel Fiffe

 You’ve made it this far… six issues of carnage, fisticuffs and shoot ‘em ups. Our first arc is behind us but the story is far from over. This time around we take a chance to find out a little more about our Copra guys and gals. The story’s called “Personal Files” and it’s… well, I hate to describe it as quiet because someone gets shot, someone gets burned, and someone is violently choked (as opposed to gently choked). You get the idea: the title says it all.

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FIFFE IN THE HOUSE!!!

Brace yo self for a double shot of pure comicbook awesomeness straight to the vein!! It might be a little over a month, but COPRA #6 has finally arrived, along with Zegas #0 and #2, featuring more stories with everyone's favorite brother and sister, Emily and Boston. I don't need to continually harp on how good these books are, or how Michel Fiffe has revitalized my hope for the future of comics, or how Copra is basically showing Marvel and DC how to make a Super-Hero book or-- sorry, you get the point. Buy the damn books. You will thank me later.

COPRA #6

(W/A) Michel Fiffe

This is the second part of our Tokyo adventure, the brutal climax to the crew’s main mission: stop Vitas. Call it a boiling point, call it endgame, call it a reason for me to draw a lot of broken glass, but this concludes the first Copra story arc with a bang.

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ZEGAS #0

(W/A) Michel Fiffe

This is the latest edition of short stories featuring the Zegas siblings, Emily & Boston, and by latest I mean that although the Zero Issue contains previously released work via webcomics: “Birthday”, “Cactus” and a couple more extra bits — most of it is presented in print for the very first time.

This early material initially lived online as a temporary solution while I figured out how to get it on to sheets of paper, and how to maybe involve a staple or two. I’m traditional that way, plus I had to feed my love for a page turn. It’s how I designed the stories to be seen, actually, and since they’re no longer available digitally, they can exclusively be read here. Just like the first two issues, Zegas #0 is a full color magazine-size comic book, 24 pages, signed by yours truly and numbered, limited to 400 copies.

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COPRA!! BIGGER COPRA!! SO MUCH COPRA!!

COPRA COMPENDIUM

(W/A) Michel Fiffe

The Copra Compendium collects the first three issues of the new nearly sold out action series, 72 full color pages with a couple of new bits of extra art. It’s the perfect jumping on point and a good chunk of comics in one solid package.

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You've heard about it. We've talked about it. So so much. Probably to the point where you're tired of hearing it...but I don't care. Just flipping through this when it came in, the feel of the paper, the look of the ink on the page, the whole package...it just reminded me of being a kid and reading comics. Like finding that weird one off issue in a dentist's office or somewhere and only ever getting one part of the story, causing you to spend the rest of your collecting years obsessively searching for a comic that you can only half remember the cover of, let alone the title. But it is for this that Michel Fiffe is awesome. He brings you the comic that you remember from your dreams, the idea of how cool that issue was when in actuality it was probably something like, Stormwatch or something, and takes you on a boom tube ride across imagination with a healthy dose of stupid, pure, fun.  Please do yourself a favor and get this book. If you already have it, buy it for a friend. Because friends don't let friends not read COPRA.

RECOMMENDED BY CASEY!!!

COPRA COPRA COPRA COPRA COPRA

They're baaaaccckk.... in case you missed the TWO days they were in the store, we have more of Fiffe's (insert every adjective of awesomeness that you can imagine) COPRAAAAA!!!

Follow the exploits of a rag tag group of mercs framed for the death of 30,000 people as they try to not only stay alive, but uncover the mystery behind the magical thunderbolt (I have to no idea what to call it) that will undoubtedly bring about deeper questions with every answer! This is pure, fun, unbridled imagination oozed onto every page that will please both indy and mainstream fans alike!

COPRA #3

(W/A) Michel Fiffe

Bullets! Parades! Dimensional portals! Demolished bodegas! Colors! Ink lines! What more could you possibly want out of a comic?


We also have #1 and 2 back in stock and at only $5 a pop, you'd be a fool not to stop whatever you're doing and get down here right NOW!

NEW INDY COMIX!!

Back in stock after a record sell out of about 3 days, Michel Fiffe's COPRA is finally back in stock!!! Follow the exploits of a rag tag group of mercs framed for the death of 30,000 people as they try to not only stay alive, but uncover the mystery behind the magical thunderbolt (I have to no idea what to call it) that will undoubtedly bring about deeper questions with every answer! This is pure, fun, unbridled imagination oozed onto every page that will please both indy and mainstream fans alike!

COPRA #3

(W/A) Michel Fiffe

Bullets! Parades! Dimensional portals! Demolished bodegas! Colors! Ink lines! What more could you possibly want out of a comic?


We also have #1 and 2 back in stock and at only $5 a pop, you'd be a fool not to stop whatever you're doing and get down here right NOW!


As an added bonus and testament to how friggin cool Fiffe is, here are trailers to all 3 issues!


NEW INDY COMIX!!

Watch out DC and Marvel, here comes a Super-Hero book with real heart, a dizzying design sense and most importantly-- all out action awesomeness!!

COPRA #1, 2

(W/A) Michel Fiffe

From Michel Fiffe, creator of ZEGAS, comes COPRA, a love letter to Suicide Squad, Dr. Strange and just old school Super-Hero books in general. These are some the nicest looking, self published comics we've ever had on the shelves and for only $5 a piece, there is no excuse not to pick them up!!

No messin' around, these are MUST HAVE COMICS for everyone who loves Super-Hero books, but want something new, exciting, different and fresh to groove to on a cold, rainy Seattle evening! RECOMMENDED BY CASEY!

we also have copies of ZEGAS #1 and #2 in stock!! Check out his website for more stuff!! http://michelfiffe.com/