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A Good Sport
by Soizick Jaffre
A Good Sport is a graphic memoir from French cartoonist Soizick Jaffre.
The book details the author's participation in the 2018 Gay Games, her lifelong pursuit of athletics, and the history surrounding the Gay Games themselves! This story is told with Jaffre's colorful, energetic, and sometimes surreal artwork
A Good Sport is a full-color trade paperback over 150 pages in length, published by award-winning imprint Stacked Deck Press.
The Art of Chad Hardin Volume 4
by Chad Hardin
Marvel and DC's celebrated artist Chad Hardin is making his Zoop debut with The Art Of Chad Hardin Volume 4. The first 3 volumes were huge crowdfunding successes, and Volume 4 unveils new published & unpublished gems and dives into his creator-owned projects & behind-the-scenes magic, showcasing private commissions and unveiling the meticulous process from concept to completion. A must-have for comic art aficionados.
Get Volume 4, and catch up on Volumes 1-3!
**EARLY BIRD SPECIALS**
• Free Sticker, Bookmark, and Metal Card for everyone who orders in the first 48 hours!
Age of Canaan
by Nir Levie
Follow the gods of Canaan as they navigate celestial warfare and moral dilemmas, weaving a captivating tale of myth and humanity. Brought to you by Inkwell Award-winning creator Nir Levie.
"Gorgeous, surrealist, provocative..." - STEVE ORLANDO
For fans of 300, Vinland Saga, Berserk, Tale of Tales, The Storyteller
by Jimmy Broxton
THERE GOES THE FUTURE.
Blade Runner meets Sin City in a Neo-noir, Cyberpunk crime thriller. Art to die for, a story to kill for, and a shattering finale you wouldn’t see coming in a 100 years.
A 100-page deluxe softcover, written and illustrated by Jimmy Broxton. Exclusively available from Zoop.
“HOLY SH*T. This looks incredible.” - MARK MILLAR
Comics For Ukraine Web Store
by Scott Dunbier (Editor)
A benefit anthology featuring an all-star lineup of comic book creators, with proceeds being donated to Ukrainian refugees.
This direct-to-consumer storefront features four covers (1 hardcover and 3 softcovers) and signed editions.
**Credit cards will be charged right away and orders will be fulfilled immediately (as opposed to waiting until the end of a crowdfunding campaign).
The Fury, The Maelstrom, and The Kiwi
by M.H. Cali, Jordan Brown, Elsa Charretier, Liana Kangas, Mitzi Krasnoff, Spencer Kephart, Karolina ‘Kej’ Kruszewska, Lane Lloyd, Salomée Luce-Antoinette, Meg, Michiums, Skylar Patridge, Aliso
One fateful journey.
One hell of a reckoning.
Wrath is rarely a one way street.
For fans of: Kill Bill meets Atomic Blonde
by Royce Adkins
OUTCASTS is a gritty sci-fi/action story about Aaron, a former super-soldier afflicted with chronic asthma, who is cast out of the covert government program that created him. Armed with his specialized Battlehaler, Aaron takes to the streets as a vigilante, seeking redemption. His quest for reinstatement leads him to uncover a deep-rooted conspiracy that threatens to unravel the very fabric of his society.
ENTHEOS Art Book
by Chris Hahn
Welcome to the world of ENTHEOS; a dark fantasy setting full of possessive fungi, occult rituals, blood hungry beasts, and cosmic horrors.
This collection of stylized artwork and writing explores 3 distinct ages of the world's history. Discover how a thriving ancient civilization became a devastated and divided land. Ponder the exact nature of the "moon". Witness how humanity and nature are warped and changed drastically, yet still persist.
Pink Midnight Presents: Do People Even Go to Josie Beach Anymore?
by Paul Allor, Juan Romera & Claire Napier
The ominous third installment of Pink Midnight Presents! series. Tyler is back home for the summer and working as a lifeguard at her local pool. But when she rescues a drowning child, it sets of a series of unsettling events that leave Josie questioning the very essence of existence.
In this eerie tale of swimming pools, sex and wasted summer days, the boundaries of reality blur and the chilling truth beckons:
We are all drowning at Josie Beach.
Time Breakers: The Collection
by Rachel Pollack & Chris Weston
The adventures of a time-travelling band of trouble-makers determined to create the greatest time-paradox ever imagined: one that might just be responsible for the very existence of the Universe itself!
Veteran comics artist Chris Weston is collecting his creator owned book Time Breakers for the first time ever! The entire run of this mini series, originally for the DC Comics Imprint Helix, is presented as a gorgeous hardcover featuring a brand new cover, character designs, process art and lots more!
This all-new collection is dedicated to Weston’s co-creator and series writer, the late Rachel Pollack.
BARBARIC: Join the horde!
by Vault Comics
Barbaric fans rejoice! We're giving YOU the first issue of the new Barbaric: Born in Blood FREE, plus exclusive loot for our biggest, baddest fans.
We've got incredible new Barbaric comics, new Barbaric apparel, exclusive art, and a ton of unlockable goodies direct from series creators Michael Moreci and Nathan Gooden! Not to mention, the first followers to join up get their pick of our library and access to a limited number of special gifts.
Sign up to be notified when we launch to get first pick of the spoils!
Scarlet Twilight: Cobalt Crisis
by Benjamin Morse
The next Scarlet Twilight adventure is coming!
by Sanford Greene, Chuck Brown, and Rus Wooton
From the Eisner winning creators of Bitter Root. Set in a modern world of aliens, warlocks, zombies, and ancient beasts, 1000 follows Dragon Son - a supreme entity who’s abandoned all creation as he struggles to return to his true Dragon form by completing one thousand acts of repentance. Son is joined by five other agents who are charged with secretly policing the world and keeping civilization from crumbling completely.
1000 first premiered as a webcomic and won the 2018 Ringo Award for Best Webcomic. This deluxe edition collects the entire run of the webcomic with additional behind the scenes content.
FAN GIRLS - The Good-Girl Art of Steve Musgrave
by Steve Musgrave
Indulge your senses with “Fan Girls” - a tantalizing collection of 8 glossy fan art prints and a bonus sticker showcasing the alluring good-girl art of Steve Musgrave.
Comics Are Dying: The Comic
by Louis Southard and Over 100 Artists
For the better part of a century, people have said that comic books are dying. Crisis after crisis, the comic book industry has survived and lives to this day. So, to celebrate its harrowing journey into the 21st century, a satirical OGN about the history of comic books has taken shape. Introducing the ironically named Comics Are Dying: The Comic - a brief history and celebration of the comic book industry!
Curated and written by Louis Southard, a 24 year old comic book writer (THE BLACKOUT BOMBSHELL / MIDNIGHT WESTERN THEATRE / VILLAINS SEEKING HERO), the book is about the history of comic books using one-page short story comics with a new artist for every page. The main goal was to create a diverse team of over 100 people featuring a collective of established as well as up-and-coming artists from all walks of life for this. Comics Are Dying: The Comic exists to create a fun, educational, tongue-in-cheek, parodic, and optimistic book to help attract new readers, give artists jobs, and help comic book stores. With your support, we can make this book a reality and spread some great art into the world.
Many Worlds - The Art of Christian Ward - Volume One
by Christian Ward
Enter the world of Christian Ward, a UK-based multiple Eisner-winning artist of such titles as Aquaman: Andromeda, Invisible Kingdom, Blood Stained Teeth, and Batman: City of Madness. His colorful and explosive style is unlike anything else in comics.
Who Killed Nessie?
by Paul Cornell & Rachael Smith
Lindsay Grockle, a sceptical, rational young woman, agreed to be the manager of an isolated hotel in the Great Lakes to get over a terrible break-up that left her with zero self-confidence. Her partner was romantic, whimsical, a believer. And she kept telling him there were no such things as fairies. She arrives to find the former manager on his way out of the door, as if he’d been freed from a terrible burden. The rest of the staff have all elected to go on leave this weekend. Because this weekend is… the convention.
Lindsay doesn’t know what that is, but is pleasantly surprised when some charming, but eccentric patrons arrive, patrons who want to hide their faces or shelter under huge coats or all walk together in single file, as if they’re one long creature pretending to be several people. And there’s a just slightly too big cat that’s started to hang around. And the lake outside seems to have suddenly become both deserted of wildlife and weirdly choppy.
But still, Lindsay goes to bed in the hotel that night sure that her weird guests are having the best time she can provide.
She’s woken in the early hours by the cat, who tells her she has to come quickly. There’s been a murder.
Lindsay can’t quite decide which part of that to deal with first, the murder or the talking cat, but she’s quickly hustled to the ballroom, where, on the floor, lies the enormous corpse of… the Loch Ness Monster.
And around Nessie are gathered the convention attendees, now revealed as who they really are: legendary creatures from all over the world. There’s Bigfoot and the Jersey Devil and a Unicorn and a Succubus and a minibus-load of Yokai from Japan… and outside in the lake there’s the Kraken and many more water-based monsters. And the cat is actually the Beast of Bodmin. Or Bob for short. And oh dear there really are Fairies.
Every year, Lindsay is told, the cryptids gather here for their annual convention. But never has there been a murder. Suddenly, they can’t trust each other. They’ve locked the doors and prevented all external communication. The only person they can agree on to solve this mystery is Lindsay.
by Don Handfield, Richard Rayner & K Lynn Smith
In the brand new Issue #3, Emily figures out the clues left behind by her idol, famous female explorer Diana Jensen and helps the team locate the entrance to the temple containing the Stone of Judgement -- an ancient artifact that was rumored stolen from King Montezuma by the explorer Hernan Cortes.
Written by Don Handfield & Richard Rayner (KNIGHTFALL co-creators), Illustrated, Colored and Lettered by K Lynn Smith