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Market Monday - March 6, 2013
Featured Book of the Week:
Lost Vegas #1, art by Janet K. Lee
The EISNER AWARD-WINNING team of JIM McCANN & JANET LEE reunite to create a universe filled with intrigue as one gambler-turned-slave has 24 hours to go all in and pull off the greatest heist the universe has seen. WELCOME TO LOST VEGAS! Aboard this luxurious casino-filled traveling space-station you will find the highest stakes games from every corner of every planet, unheard-of winnings, and the greatest attractions anywhere!
More of this week’s comics by ladies under the cut!
Northanger Abbey TP, adapted by Nancy Butler, art by Janet Lee
Lovingly adapted from Jane Austen’s most humorous work, Marvel Comics is proud to present literature lover Catherine Morland’s quest to be the leading lady of her own great romance. Can real life prove the equal of the Gothic novels she finds so enchanting? Can Catherine find true love amid the fictions of others and her own wild imagination? And what dread secrets lie in wait in Northanger Abbey itself? Award-winning author Nancy Butler continues her quest to reinvent Jane Austen’s Regency world in the Mighty Marvel Manner. With exquisite illustrations from Janet Lee, 19th-century England comes alive like never before. Discover - along with Catherine Moreland - that while truth may not be stranger than fiction, it can be no less surprising!
Return of the Dapper Men Vol. 1 HC Leather Bound Edition, art by Janet K. Lee
Archaia is taking its reputation for producing high-quality graphic novels one step further-we’re offering for the first time limited-edition, leather-bound copies of some of our most popular titles! Featuring a lush, black leather case wrap with gold-leaf etching, these editions are extremely limited with only 400 copies in existence and will not be available in bookstores! In the stunningly illustrated, modern fairy tale Return of the Dapper Men, 314 dapper-looking gentlemen rain down on a faraway land populated by children and sentient machines in order to start time again. 2011 Eisner Award winner for Best New Graphic Album!
The Wonderland Alphabet: Alice’s Adventures Through the ABCs and What She Found There by Janet K. Lee
Eisner Award-winning artist Janet K. Lee (Return of the Dapper Men, Jane Austen’s Emma) brings her incredible visual flair to the alphabet by way of Lewis Carroll in this 26-letter celebration of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Packaged as a gorgeous, oversized poster board book, The Wonderland Alphabet is a surprising new look at one of the most beloved literary classics of all time.
Emma TPB, written by Nancy Butler, art by Janet K. Lee, based on the novel by Jane Austen
Jane Austen’s classic tale of mischief and romance comes to life! In the village of highbury, young Emma Woodhouse is an expert in romance. Believing herself a matchmaker, she employs her knack for pairing people at every opportunity, and the mere thought she could ever be wrong is quite preposterous.
When a single young lady - Harriet Smith - arrives in highbury, Emma is determined to find her a suitable gentleman caller. Between card parties, suppers and carriage drives, everything seems to be going according to plan. However, love has other intentions!With her schemes backfiring in ways she could not anticipate, Emma finds her meddling is leading to heartbreak - her own!
Award-winning writer Nancy Butler brings you another enduring Jane Austen classic, retold in the mighty Marvel manner with the beautiful illustrations of Janet Lee!
Northanger Abbey #5, adapted by Nancy Butler, art by Janet K. Lee, based on the novel by Jane Austen
Will Isabella’s and John’s true natures finally be revealed? When Catherine suffers undeserved humiliation, will Henry stand up to his father to defend her? What is the dark secret of Northanger Abbey?
Janet K. Lee gives a preview of her new children’s book The Wonderland Alphabet.
Northanger Abbey #4, written by Nancy Butler, art by Janet K. Lee, based on the novel by Jane Austen
Catherine is thrilled when she is invited to visit the Tilney’s ancestral home, but what secrets does Northanger Abbey hold? Will General Tilney prove to be the villain Catherine imagines … or has she read one horror story too many?
Janet Lee’s dapper Peppermint Butler
Emma HC, written by Nancy Butler, art by Janet K. Lee, based on the novel by Jane Austen