The hits keep on coming! Not long after we launched LEAGUE 1969, the new deluxe editions of BLANKETS, LUCILLE, and THE HOMELAND DIRECTIVE, here come three more hotly anticipated Top Shelf books, available NOW!
See what the critics are already saying:
INFINITE KUNG FU
by Kagan McLeod
-- ISBN: 978-1-891830-83-9, Diamond code: MAY11-1197
-- 464-page flexi-cover graphic novel, 6.75" x 9.5"
-- $24.95 (US), Older teens (16+) and adults
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"All of that buzz and hype was completely on the money... It's like the best kung-fu movie you've ever seen, unimpaired by time or budget constraints, willing to take everything about kung-fu that everyone loves and throw it all together." -- Chad Nevett, Comic Book Resources
"Infinite Kung Fu is glorious and deranged in the way that all comics should be." — Warren Ellis, author of Transmetropolitan, Red, and Crooked Little Vein
"If Egon Schiele and Yim Wing Chun had a son together, he'd be called Kagan McLeod. Infinite Kung Fu is like a bitch-slap to your imagination. I am a BIG fan." — Geof Darrow, author & artist of Shaolin Cowboy and conceptual designer for The Matrix
"A book for fans of Bruce Lee movies, zombies, ancient Chinese mythology, and any other off-the-wall genre you can think of... Infinite Kung Fu brings a style that separates it from the rest and lifts comics out of the overly serious rut that the medium has been stuck in for nearly a decade." — Jason Sarafino, Complex
"The best elements of horror, Westerns, and of course, kung fu films are seamlessly interlaced to tell a highly imaginative tale. You couldn't sandblast the smile from my face as I read this." — Ain't It Cool News
PIRATE PENGUIN VS NINJA CHICKEN
(BOOK 1): TROUBLEMS WITH FRENEMIES
by Ray Friesen
-- ISBN: 978-1-60309-071-1, Diamond code: APR11-1165
-- 96-page full-color hardcover graphic novel, 6.5" x 8.5"
-- 9.95 (US), All ages
"Ray Friesen is a remarkable cartoonist. He makes the silly funny and the funny sublime. The world seems lighter after reading a Ray Friesen book." -- Jimmy Gownley, creator of Amelia Rules!
"Ray Friesen is a veritable fount of silliness, and his Pirate Penguin vs. Ninja Chicken is a good example of that... it's guaranteed to make your geeklets giggle." -- Jonathan Liu, Wired.com
“The jokey asides and playfully sophisticated take on language are reminiscent of Walt Kelly’s Pogo... [a] manic blend of mayhem and adventure.” -- Ian Chipman, Booklist
OKIE DOKIE DONUTS
(STORY 1): OPEN FOR BUSINESS
by Chris "Elio" Eliopoulos
-- ISBN: 978-1-60309-068-1, Diamond code: APR11-1155
-- 48-page full-color hardcover graphic novel, 5" x 7.5"
-- $9.95 (US), All ages
"A mixture of Pablo Picasso and Cartoon Network... laden with eccentric charm." -- Eric Whitman, The Daily Blam!
"Elio consistently impresses me with his supercharged kid-friendly comics. His style is wholly distinct, and everything he does seems to explode with joy and pure fun." — John Martz, Drawn!
"2 scoops of silly, 5 cups of cute, and a bucket load of fun!" — Bob Boyle, creator of Nick Jr.'s Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! and author of Hugo and the Really, Really, Really Long String