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Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 1

    Cover by Jason Lutes. Untitled story, script and art by Jason Lutes; Artists, journalists, communists, fascists, police, poets, lovers and workers cross paths while they dance the decadent city of Berlin into the arms of growing fascism; Life is not a cabaret for the denizens of Europe's fascinating city of stones; set during the years of the Weimar Republic of Germany. 28 pgs., B&W. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 2
  • Issue #3
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 3

    Cover by Jason Lutes. Untitled story, script and art by Jason Lutes; The time is October 1928, and Kurt Severing is witness to an event where the seething animosity between the fascists and the "reds" violently erupts; set during the years of the Weimar Republic of Germany. 28 pgs., B&W. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 4
  • Issue #5
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 5

    Cover by Jason Lutes. Untitled story, script and art by Jason Lutes; It is now December: in a scene foreshadowing a greater tragedy, a Jewish family openly celebrates Hanukkah; Elsewhere throughout the city, Christmas carols are sung in the streets and Kurt and Marthe spend their first night together; Marthe has to find a job. 28 pgs., B&W. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 6

    Cover by Jason Lutes. Untitled story, script and art by Jason Lutes; Its winter in Berlin;The two burgeoning movements of the time are examined here: the National Socialists continue their expansion "underground" and on the opposite side, thousands gather to hear a fiery speech by the Bolshevik leader. 28 pgs., B&W. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #7
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 7

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    Cover by Jason Lutes. Untitled story, script and art by Jason Lutes; In the last weeks of the winter of 1929, tensions escalate between the Communists, National Socialists, and Berlin police. Gudrun Braun becomes more deeply involved with Otto the Communist and agrees to march in the upcoming May Day demonstration; Having overcome his writers' block, Kurt returns to the typewriter with renewed energy and intent; Meanwhile, Marthe learns the truth about Anna's romantic interest in her and must confront her own conflicted feelings, which are complicated by her entanglement in the life of Pola, the artists' model. 28 pgs., B&W. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #8
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 8

    Cover by Jason Lutes. Untitled story, script and art by Jason Lutes; This story revolves around the Mayday march; unfortunately, it ends in tragedy. 28 pgs., B&W. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #9
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 9

    Cover by Jason Lutes. Untitled story, script and art by Jason Lutes; Nervous confrontations mark the first few days after the stunning, violent climax of Berlin Book One; In the streets, the clubs, the committee halls, and in the press, people are looking for reasons why the police opened fire on a peaceful demonstration of socialist workers; Some are just looking for someone to blame; It is a dark and tense city that the American Jazz band the Cocoa Nut Kids enter for their first European tour. 28 pgs., B&W. $3.50. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #10
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 10

    by Jason Lutes The demonstration has left the streets of Berlin running with accusations, paranoia, and blood. Some people withdraw into the shadows and others become martyrs. Kurt begins investigating the massacre while the unsuspecting American jazz band, the Cocoa Kids, begin making a name for themselves among the cabarets and dancing girls that made the glittering city famous. MATURE READERS b&w$3.50 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #11
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 11

    Story, Art and Cover by Jason Lutes. The newest issue of one of the most popular comic book series in recent years is here! While Kurt Severing is away in Leipzig reporting on the charge of treason brought against his editor, Marthe is introduced to the decadent nightlife of Berlin's leisure class, where the Cocoa Kids have an encounter with the great Josephine Baker. Meanwhile, down on the streets, Pavel the Jewish beggar takes the homeless Silvia Braun under his wing and begins to educate her in the ways of the city's underworld. 28 pages, B&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #12
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 12

    Story, Art and Cover by Jason Lutes. Kurt Severing has an explosive confrontation with Margareth von Falkensee, his scheming ex-lover, while Marthe Muller explores the demimonde of the city's lesbian nightlife. Meanwhile, the steamy between the American jazz clarinetist, Kid Hogan, and cabaret girl, Pola Mosse, continues. 28 pages, B&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #13
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 13

    Story, Art and Cover by Jason Lutes. Tensions mount as the stock market crash of 1929 takes a devastating toll on the people of Berlin. Marthe and Anna are oblivious, drinking and dancing until dawn to the sounds of the Cocoa Kids, but a surprise visitor from Marthe's past provides a rude awakening. Meanwhile, Kurt grapples with the complications of the political situation and finds himself sliding deeper into despair. 28 pages, B&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #14
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 14

    Story, Art and Cover by Jason Lutes. Escalating arguments involving politics have brutal consequences. As orphan Silvia Braun visits her new friend's wealthy Jewish family and ponders the moral implications of monarchy, Marthe Muller receives an unexpected visit from her mother. Meanwhile, American jazz band the Cocoa Kids are on their way to becoming a fixture of the city's nightlife, and Kurt Severing finds himself in the middle of an impassioned public demonstration. 28 pages, B&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #15
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 15

    Cover by Jason Lutes. Untitled story, script and art by Jason Lutes; The penultimate chapter to Berlin: City of Smoke, the second volume in Jason Lutes' trilogy about the decline of the Weimar Republic, finds its broad cast of characters searching for solid footing in a chaotic cityscape; The relationship between Pavel the scavenger and the orphaned Silvia Braun comes to a painful end, while tensions rise between the Cocoa Kids and their German manager; Meanwhile, Kurt and Marthe struggle to come to peace with their failed romance and the different ways they view changing world. 28 pgs., B&W. $3.50. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #16
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 16

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    Cover by Jason Lutes. Untitled story, script and art by Jason Lutes; Blood spatters the street, a life's work goes up in flames, and lovers take flight in the final chapter of Berlin: City of Smoke, the second volume of the epic trilogy; Against the backdrop of the 1930 Reichstag elections, in which the National Socialists gain unprecedented political power, those citizens who have not yet chosen sides are forced to walk the knife's edge of history as it cuts irreversibly through their lives; Nazi assaults Communist, black confronts white, and Kurt Severing struggles with the futility of using language itself to strike at the dark heart of human nature. 28 pgs., B&W. $3.50. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #17
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    Cover by Jason Lutes. Untitled story, script and art by Jason Lutes; Kurt Severing, having forsaken his career as a writer, is a lost man; He finds himself drawn to the Communist party, the only viable opposition to the National Socialists, who in the election of 1930 have gained legitimacy in the national government; Silvia Braun, bent on asserting her strength in memory of her murdered mother, comes into her own as a Communist street fighter, compromising her relationship with the Jewish family that has taken her under its wing; And the true nature of the relationship between Marthe Muller and Anna Albrecht is discovered when their landlady surprises them in bed together. 28 pgs., B&W. $4.95. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #18
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    Cover by Jason Lutes. A new chapter of Berlin: City of Light, the final volume of Jason Lutes' epic trilogy. Confronted by the hatred and fear that has begun to seep through the cracks in the Weimar Republic, Kurt Severing retreats into drink and despondency. His friends, alarmed by this self-destructive turn, make plans to intervene. Across the city, Silvia Braun has fallen in with a gang of young Communists, who are dumbstruck when she single-handedly attacks two Nazis in the street. Meanwhile, the idyllic nocturnal escapades of Marthe Muller and Anna Albrecht are shattered by a police raid on one of their favorite nightclubs, which leaves their relationship in ruins. 24 pgs., B&W. $4.95. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #19
    Berlin (1996 Drawn and Quarterly) 19

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    Cover by Jason Lutes. Script and art by Jason Lutes. The spring of 1932 brings about big changes for everyone, Jew and Gentile, communist and nationalist. Silvia Braun, rescued from the streets by the Schwartz family, can no longer tolerate the harsh rules of the family patriarch, and sets out on her own. Anna, Marthe's lover, is in a deep funk after a disastrous confrontation with Nazis. The ties that bind together Marthe, Anna, and Kurt fray beyond repair, leaving Marthe struggling to figure out her path. Carl von Ossietzky, Kurt's editor, is sent to prison on charges of high treason and espionage. On every front, the storm clouds are gathering. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #20
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    Story and art by Jason Lutes. With its twentieth issue, one of the biggest graphic novel events of the early 21st century is fast-approaching—the completion of Jason Lutes epic Berlin series. Here, the inevitable antagonist of the tale of pre-WWII Germany begins to take center stage. Marthe and Kurt find their way back to each other—he, from the bottom of the bottle and she, from a one-sided relationship. Fascism creeps into every corner of society, but some can see it better than others. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #21
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    Story and art by Jason Lutes. The penultimate issue of the long-running series finds Silvia Braun and David Schwartz joining forces to sabotage a neighborhood National Socialist outpost, while Marthe Müller says her final farewells to the city where she has come of age. And as darkness manifests in the alleyways of the underclass and estates of the elite, Kurt Severing glimpses the worst of all possible futures. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #22
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    Final Issue - Story and art by Jason Lutes. Berlin 22 is the final issue of Jason Lutes Berlin–a sweeping masterpiece twenty years in the making. Where will Silvia go now that shes completely estranged from her family? Will David and his parents escape Berlin before the Nazis start rounding people up? Learn the fates of Marthe, Kurt, Anna, and the city itself, rapidly transforming around them. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.