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  • Mooster boot from Nine West Mooster boot from Nine West - Photo

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    • skyekat

      Ok, this might seem a little twisted to some. See, I'm a comic book junkie, but not a superhero comic book junkie. I tend towards things like Sandman, Ex Machina, Y the Last Man, Fables, and... Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. Seriously, hear me out, there is a point. You see, I always liked Johnny's boots. Cuz I'm that kind of weird. I have always wanted boots like those, but I'm not so much into the 9in platforms, think black vinyl is a bit overdone and I didn't want the generic boots that everyone at a NIN concert wears. When I saw these, the first thing that ran through my head was how they reminded me of a hip version of the JTHM boots. They're in a very soft, almost distressed leather, have corderoy lining, the buckles are really adjustable (unlike some cheaper version) so they fit like a charm. They're probably one of my most comfortable pairs of boots, along with being kick-ass cool. Definatly a favorite.


  • KISS 4K #1 The Destroyer Edition - Largest Comic Book Ever Published KISS 4K #1 The Destroyer Edition - Largest Comic Book Ever Published - Photo

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    • Three

      KISS Destroyer Edition is the worlds largest comic book, nuff said (^_-)


  • The Tori Store :: Comic Book Tattoo (Hard Cover) The Tori Store :: Comic Book Tattoo (Hard Cover) - Photo

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    • hanahula

      This 480-page book will include both comics and stories loosely based upon the lyrics of Tori Amos. The combined creation of over 80 different writers and illustrators, "Comic Book Tattoo" will cut across the boundaries of literature, art, popular culture and music. Available for pre-order now; scheduled for released in July 2008.


  • DC: The New Frontier, Vol. 1 DC: The New Frontier, Vol. 1 - Photo

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    • sfcrotty

      Many of the most famous comic book superheroes were strutting their stuff in the politically-charged 1950s, but for the most part you'd never have known it. Back then, comics were still child's play, and what 11-year old cared how Wonder Woman would react to the mistreatment of female prisoners during one of the "police actions" in southeast Asia? Darwyn Cooke offers that and more in The New Frontier, anchored by vibrant Jet/Space Age-influenced art and a series of interlocking and completely satisfying tales -- including the subtle and spectacular retelling of two well-known origin stories. Cooke shows us some old friends in a new light while giving a note-perfect rendition of the Kennedy-era struggle between post-WWII disillusionment and hope for the future. Note: This is volume one of a two-volume series


  • The Ultimates, Vol. 1 The Ultimates, Vol. 1 - Photo

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    • bradmunson

      Sick of superheroes? Me, too. But just when I think the art is hopelessly overblown, along comes a big, beautiful thinking man's artist like Brian Hitch, and Mark Millar re-imagines the most hackneyed cliches in the biz -- Marvel Comics' Avengers -- as if nobody had ever thought of them before. Not the iconoclastic explosion of the icons like Moore's WATCHMEN; more like a re-boot with a new fifty years' worth of media savvy attached. It's like looking at clips from the greatest superhero movie of the 21st century. And wait 'till you see Samuel Jackson as Nick Fury...


  • The Wild One (1954) The Wild One (1954) - Photo

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    • John_and_Rose

      One of my favorite actor, Marlon Brando, shines in this fabulous movie, 'The Wild One.' He could have easily carried the film on his own. He's charismatic, cool, and complex, and he only becomes more complex and darker as the film goes on. gang of 40 motorcyclists, the Black Rebels Motorcycle Club, gatecrash a legitimate motorcycle race. They are eventually thrown out, but one of the gang steals the second prize trophy and gives it to their leader, Johnny. The gang then ride into Wrightsville, where they race up and down the main street, and pile into Bleekers - the local bar. The owner of the bar is happy to let the bikers spend their money, so does not support the Sherriff's attempt to address any disturbances. Stuck in town following an accident to a Black Rebel, Johnny falls for the Sheriff's daughter, and tries to impress her with the trophy. When a rival gang, The Beetles, ride into town, trouble is just around the corner. The film stars Marlon Brando as Johnny Strabler/Narrator, Mary Murphy as Kathie Bleeker, Lee Marvin as Chino and Robert Keith as Sheriff Harry Bleeker.


  • Tintin - The Secret of the Unicorn Tintin - The Secret of the Unicorn - Photo

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    • Andrea

      Tintin is one of the best adventure comics ever created. The originally Belgian series follows a boy reporter on his crime-solving adventures to Tibet, South America, and the moon! It somehow manages to be exciting and endearing completely devoid of sex, violence, or swear words, and although reading Tintin didn't prevent me from indulging in any of the three, it's definitely an awesome enough kid-gift that you still get to be the cool older sibling, but wholesome enough to make you feel responsible. ($9.61 at Overstock)


  • WONDER WOMAN COMIC BOOK DOME TIN \LUNCH BOX WONDER WOMAN COMIC BOOK DOME TIN \LUNCH BOX - Photo

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    • SaneAmy

      Old-style metal lunchbox. Outside features full color graphics of the Wonder Woman comic strip.


  • The Blue Lotus - The Adventures of Tintin The Blue Lotus - The Adventures of Tintin - Photo

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    • jooxi

      In the world of comics, Tintin is the cool, worldly professor, while Superman is just a guy in a spandex suit. While a few of the Tintin comics are connected (as in continued from one to the next) you can pick one up to read in any order and still get a good dose of fun. The Blue Lotus is one of Herge's earlier works, and marks his entry into high-detail, period specific stories. The setting is 1931, when Japanese troops were occupying parts of the Chinese mainland, with Shanghai administered by the British and Americans as a neutral trading base for western nations. Clearly, not your average comic book. Yet Tintin is highly readable by children; they each deilver great adventure and some cute comic effects. There is plenty of action, but no graphic violence. Most importantly, after reading a Tintin, they'll want to go and explore the world.


  • Bolstered Comic Print Dog Bed! Bolstered Comic Print Dog Bed! - Photo

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    • laurasweet

      because every dog likes to read the funnies! Bolstered Comic Print Dog Bed Bolstered Comic Print Dog Bed Bolstered Comic Print Dog Bed Sku: MIL-BED-COMICS Comic Beds! These adult comics have been printed allover these comfy and cozy bolstered dog beds. If your dog likes to sleep curled up, or in a position where their paws are tightly tucked under their body, a bolstered type bed like this Comic Print Snuggler is the best. This popular type of bed has `bumpers` surrounding it giving the animal a sense of security. It also resembles a `nest` that dogs create as they turn around and around before curling into a ball to sleep. These are perfect for small dogs or those that like to burrow into a sleeping position as they can snuggle in and keep warm. These are also great for older or arthritic pets which need more support for their achy joints. If you have an older pet, a low dog bed like this one may be easier for their joints. These beds feature quotes like the following: ` I guess catman and kitten go to work, kitty! Who`d want it any other way? ...When there`s danger to innocent people...`. So `mutts` fun. Definately a unique dog bed. Sizing: S: Measures 26 in. x 19 in. M: Measures 33 in. x 24 in.


  • Koziol Johnny Cellphone Holder Koziol Johnny Cellphone Holder - Photo

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    • tenacioustoys

      Koziol Johnny, the Cell Phone Butler With a big smile and outspread arms, Johnny welcomes wayward phones that want a rest. Also fits anything else that approximates the size of a cell phone. 74 x 100 x 65mm (2.9" x 3.9" x 2.5")


  • A Week @ Work Comic Blocks A Week @ Work Comic Blocks - Photo

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    • StraightLine

      Need an office gift? Bring a bit of comic relief to their desk with the Week @ Work Comic Blocks. The set includes 5 blocks labeled Monday through Friday with sayings like..."Did you finish those reports over the weekend?" to "Is a resignation letter better on letter or legal?"


  • Batman: The Killing Joke: By Alan Moore Batman: The Killing Joke: By  Alan Moore - Photo

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    • whosdiary

      There is a new Batman coming out, and the late Heath Ledger used this book to learn all about the Joker. Batman: The Killing Joke ($13)


  • Marvel Comic Books Runaways Vol. 1 Hardcover Marvel Comic Books Runaways Vol. 1 Hardcover - Photo

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    • jamiem

      "Runaways" is the latest Marvel Comics book to get the big-screen treatment from Marvel Studios. Brian K. Vaughan, who co-created the series with artist Adrian Alphona, is writing the adaptation, for which Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige will act as producer. Vaughan is also a co-producer and writer on ABC's "Lost." The heroes in "Runaways" are relatively new, with the comic series launching in 2002. "Runaways" follows a group of teenagers who find that some family secrets are bigger than others when they discover their parents are actually super-villains. Running away from their homes, the teens band together and begin a journey of discovery, both of their parents' origins and of their own inherited powers, while trying to make up for the evil done by their folks.


  • Seven (New Line Platinum Series) Seven (New Line Platinum Series) - Photo

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    • 85mm14

      Oh Gwen...I really didn't want your head cut off back then...but I kinda do know. So All in all it worked out.


  • Kidrobot - The Simpsons Mini Figures Kidrobot - The Simpsons Mini Figures - Photo

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    • shoparooni

      This is easily the most incredible team-up in history, other than Superman schtupping Wonder Woman in the "Kingdom Come" comic book series! Kidrobot presents a new mini-figure series featuring 24 of your favorite Simpsons characters, plus 3 super-rare mystery figures!! WOO HOO!!! Sold as a blind-box series, so you don't know which Simpsons character you'll get until you open the box. Homer? Bart? Mr. Smithers? Itchy? Scratchy? Who knows! Get a bunch of them and maybe you'll find your favorites.... And as a side note, check this out. Kidrobot didn't simply adapt the figures to fit the normal scale of their mini-figure series. Matt Groening actually re-drew ALL of the characters to fit their specs himself, and turned those drawings over to the Kidrobot sculptors. Awesome? Absolutely!