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Written by: Jean De La Fontaine
Art by: Gustave Dore

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COMPANIONS OF ULYSSES

 

Some of the classic fables of Jean De La Fontaine (based on Aesop's) are presented in this publication. In addition to these tales the fables are illustrated by renowned artist Gustave Doré with some depictions being full page.

THE LEAGUE OF RATS

 

Companion publication to ‘Companions of Ulysses’ book, here is presented more of the classic fables of Jean De La Fontaine as illustrated by Gustave Doré. The fables were based on Aesop's and were highly popular renditions during the Victorian Age.

Written by: Lord Byron, Eric Jackson

Art by: R.G. Taylor


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Written by: Lewis Carroll

Art by: A.B. Frost, E. Gertrude Thompson


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Written by: Dante, Eric Jackson

Art by: Gustave Dore


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Written by: Jack London, Gary Reed

Art by: Ron McCain


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Written by: Jack London

Art by: Guy Davis, Vince Locke, Charles Yates


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Written by: Jack London, Charles Yates

Art by: Charles Yates


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PHANTASMAGORIA

 

Lewis Carroll's classic tale of a ghost telling his side of the story. Superbly illustrated by master artist A. B. Frost. Also include within publication is the short story "Puck, Lost and Found" with the fairy illustrations of E. Gertrude Thompson.

JACK LONDON’S KOOLAU THE LEPER

 

One of Jack London's classic tales of the South Pacific as one man refuses to give up any more of his possessions even though it appears that he's lost everything already.

JACK LONDON’S CHINAGO AND OTHER STORIES

 

Three Jack London stories contained within one publication. “Chinago” is the tale of a man falsely accused of murder who discovers that nobody cares. "Told in a Drooling Ward" is the tale of a young retarded man seeking escape, and the third story is "The Death of Ligoun", a tale of bravery in the arctic wilderness.

JACK LONDON’S A PIECE OF STEAK

 

A fully illustrated adaptation of the Jack London’s short story about an aging boxer who tries to muster up the strength for one last fight.

 

Tom King was never a champion but he was always on the verge as he fought his way up to the top.  Now, after years of fighting, he is near the end of the line but he needs to win a fight against a new up and coming boxer.  Tom knows that in order to survive, he must win but can even his savvy and experience defeat the stamina of youth?  Illustrated by Ron McCain of Batman and Daredevil fame.

DANTE’S INFERNO

 

Dante’s Inferno is one of the great classic works of literature. It remains as one of the most enduring works ever printed. Inferno is the first part of a trilogy called The Divine Comedy with Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradise being the three components. Here, Eric Jackson does a modern translation in blank verse to convey the majesty in Dante’s work. Accompanying the work are magnificent illustrations from Gustave Dore from his own work on Dante’s Inferno which didn’t feature full text. This wonderful collection of an adaptation and Dore’s masterful art provides a spellbinding classic for today’s world. The combined two issues also explores the stanzas of Dante’s original work and background on Dante himself.

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BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA: LADY IN THE TOMB

 

When the editor of Bram Stoker’s original Dracula was finalizing the version that would ultimately see print, what was the infamous second chapter of the book that was removed and never included in the official Dracula canon? Here is the tale, originally called "Dracula’s Guest" by Bram Stoker it is now adapted into its own complete standalone story. Now witness...The Lady in the Tomb. .

Written by: Steven Philip Jones

Art by: Robert Schnieders


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THE BOOK OF APOCRYPHA

 

Utilizing the prints of the famed artist, Gustave Dore, this one shot looks at some of the important and crucial scenes of the Apocrypha. The term was first used by St. Jerome to denote material in the Greek version of the biblical books that were not included in the Hebrew Bible of the Old Testament. Sometimes listed in the appendices and other times, totally omitted altogether, the Apocrypha still serves as value for historical significance. The Apocrypha can also denote the New Testament Bible and differentiates the Roman Catholic and Protestant faiths.

THE BOOK OF GENESIS

 

Utilizing the prints of the famed artist, Gustave Dore, this one shot looks at some of the important and crucial scenes of the opening book of the Bible, Genesis. Each full page illustration from Dore is accompanied by the corresponding text paraphrased from the appropriate section of Genesis.

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF JESUS CHRIST

 

Featuring one of the most acclaimed artists ever, Gustave Dore, Eric Jackson utilizes the full sized plates of Dore’s Bible works to showcase the scenes dealing with the Life and Death of Jesus Christ. In addition to over 35 full page plates, Jackson provides information on The Time Before Christ, The Travels of Christ, information on The Gospels, and The Messiah. This serves as a great summary for one of the most influential figures in history.

THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER

 

A 64 page single publication of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's immortal poem with illustrations by renowned artist Gustave Dore.

 

A mariner on board a ship drawn into a storm which falls under a curse and the dark mystical journey that leads all but one into death.

THE PRISONER OF CHILLON

 

One of the best known works by Lord Byron with fantastic art by popular artist R. G. Taylor of Wordsmith and Sandman Mystery Theatre fame. It is the tale of Francis Bonivard who was imprisoned in the dungeons of Chillon for four years. Background information is provided by Eric Jackson.

Written by: Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Art by: Gustave Dore


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Written by: Eric Jackson

Art by: Gustave Dore


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Written by: Jean De La Fontaine, Eric Jackson
Art by: Gustave Dore

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Written by: Eric Jackson

Art by: Gustave Dore


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Written by: Eric Jackson

Art by: Gustave Dore


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