At Dee’s Book and Comic Shop we are proud to support and stock an ever expanding range of amazing Australian comics!! If you haven’t checked out some of the amazing talent, beautiful art, and unique story telling of an Indy comic, YOU NEED TO!
Ever fearful that they may fall victim to his grim brand of justice. There is nowhere to run from this restless spectre, and nowhere to hide. But
If you haven’t checked out the Demon yet, YOU NEED TO!
In the tradition of Lee Falk and Ray Moore’s ‘The Phantom’ comes ‘The Demon’.
But what is the difference? Consider this. Matt wanted to take everything he loved about those classic stories and add something new to the mix. It all began from pondering the following questions:
‘What if Jimmy Wells actually was the Phantom?’
‘What if Diana Palmer was?’
‘What if all the descendants of the Phantom had the right to swear the Skull Oath?’
Issue 1 – ‘The Princess of Kerala’
Issue 2 – ‘The Rat’s Nest’
Issue 3 – ‘The Cat Burglar and the Crown’ and ‘The Brigands’
Issue 4 – ‘Captives of Columbo’
Also by the amazing Matt Kyme and Gat Melvyn, ‘That Bulletproof Kid’ is an ongoing full colour comic book about Anth. Anth always thought having superpowers would be wicked.
Going to school, fitting in socially and trying to figure out girls is hard enough as it is without the added pressure of having a secret identity.
How are you supposed to get your homework done when you’re always having the save the world?
Job Dun, Fat Assassin is a full-colour, bizarro sci-fi comic about a rotund gun for hire trying to survive the smut-ridden streets of Ink-Blot, the VR dystopian city where filth and bastardry is never in short supply. Think of it as a demented hybrid of (Bisley’s) Lobo and Lobster Random, mixed in with a bit of Steve Aylett and Philip K. Dick, and sprinkled with a healthy dose of smut-noir. Or better yet, Blade Runner, but fatter – and sexier.
24 pages, in full colour. Written by Jason Franks; illustrated by Daniel Watts, Brendan Halyday, and Aly Faye; coloured by Jason Quest and Garth Jones. Cover by Graeme Jackson.
Written by the twisted but highly personable Jason Franks. Jason sold his first short story in 2001. Since then his work has been published in the USA, Australia and the UK.
McBlack is a thug for hire. No mission is too dirty, no client too unsavoury, no genre trope too sacred.
Created and produced by Australia’s favourite son, Darren Close, Killeroo, ‘Rufus’ is a violent, anthropomorphic kangaroo, part hero, all round badass! As well as the publication of his Killeroo comic book series, Darren has been a staple of the Australian comics scene for over 15 years.
His 24hr comic STRUGGLE was named Best Australian Original Comic Book of 2015 by ComicOz.
She was the 14-year-old child star of the hit TV series ‘Deathship Jenny’. Now 17, Jenny McCurdy wants to escape the high-profile life forced on her by her Z-Grade celebrity parents.
She’s sick of being used. She’s sick of everything ‘fake’ about her life. She wants to help for a change.
Jenny’s running away to join the military ship ‘The Procurement’: large as a continent circling the Moon and designed to deal with the threat from Mars. Jenny thinks a 6 month, non-combat, engineering cadetship is everything she needs: privacy and an opportunity to make a positive contribution to society. On her terms.
Yeah. Like that’s going to happen.
After a spaceships travel through a newly discovered wormhole, It sets its sights on a new distant planet, Until it all goes wrong and it crash lands leaving only one survivor, Professor Mannix. Along with the ships AI interface OZMA, they must explore their new surroundings and try to discover new and civilised life in the hope of their survival.
Cameron Davis writes and draws Rose, and is fully prepared to eat a lot of pancakes to do the necessary research for it. He also enjoys playing games on his Commodore 64 and thinks Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure is the greatest movie of all time.
Written and illustrated by Angie Spice, winner of the Australian 24-hour comic challenge with her entry “Galah Girl”. Both comics present historical Australian settings with convicting female protagonists. Spirituality, music and emotive drama are frequent elements in her storytelling style.
BUT what happens when 18 sentient slices of bread are loose in the city???
The Talking Bread is a hilarious comic book series following the story of 18 self-aware slices of bread and their survival in the CBD of Melbourne. Will they ‘rise’ to the challenge??
the other, you know, the way someone walks a path. After some questionable
experimental forays into ‘Bread Science’ he kickstarted his comic career with ‘The Talking Bread’. A look back on his days in the bakery and his wacky sense of humour collide in the first issues of his multi-part series. The future looks bright and he is now making the dough.
**WARNING PRODUCT MAY CONTAIN GLUTEN**
Both titles are a mix of professional creators and new emerging talents with many of Australia’s top creators working on the stories along with a few international guests too.
When they find themselves in the middle of a sinister plot to raise the Antichrist, they will have to use all their Craft and unique abilities to save themselves and the world…and not even death can stand in their way!
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