BRONZE AGE BOOGIE #3
As the Martian invasion of 1975 rages through New York City, Jackson Li and Lynda Darrk battle to the death in the invaders' savage arena! You dare not-nay, must not-well, probably should not miss "Who Watches the Walkman?" Plus the further traumatic adventures of Major Ursa, the first bear in space, and the usual AHOY text features!
CAPTAIN GINGER TP #1
Now in one volume: the acclaimed tale of a starship run by cats! The intrepid Captain Ginger struggles to keep his fellow felines united against a hostile universe-and their own worst feline instincts, too. Featuring the entire original miniseries, plus two rare extra stories and a sketchbook of character designs. Introduction by Walter Simonson (Thor, Ragnarok).
HASHTAG DANGER #2
Realizing that the news media thrives on conflict, the attention-hungry heroes of Hashtag: Danger must contrive a fake super-villain fight! PLUS! Snelson eats in a restaurant and it doesn't go well. EXTRA! Eclectic and handsomely illustrated AHOY text shorts! Painted cover by Richard Williams (MAD, Edgar Allan Poe's Snifter of Terror).
HIGH HEAVEN TP #1
Collecting the acclaimed tale of chronic malcontent David Weathers, who dies and goes to Heaven-where everything is terrible, and everybody hates a complainer. A savage satire by writer Tom Peyer (Hourman, Batman '66) with art by Greg Scott (Black Hood, X-Files). Features the entire five-issue series plus a bonus illustrated script feature with commentary by Peyer.
PLANET OF THE NERDS #3
The angry, thawed-out jocks from the 80s search the world of 2019 for the nerd who froze them. But how do you find anyone when telephone books and pay phones are extinct? PLUS! Back in the 80s, bully Chad tries endlessly to placate his dad, who's an even bigger bully. EXTRAS! AHOY's usual prose stories and features, beautifully illustrated.
STEEL CAGE #1
Three dazzling short "pilot" stories from AHOY's finest - and you get to vote on which series continues! In "Noah Zark" by Mark Waid and Lanna Souvanny, an alien boy is kidnapped into an interplanetary zoo-and becomes the protector of the animals. In "True Identity" by Tom Peyer and Alan Robinson, we learn what secret anguish drives the most beloved superhero on Earth! And Stuart Moore and Peter Gross's "Bright Boy" tells the grim tale of the world's smartest human and the havoc he leaves in his wake.