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Cerebus (1977) comic books

  • Issue #251
    Cerebus (1977) 251

    "Going Home" (part 20 of 34)?Beginning book three of "Going Home": "Form & Void." Cerebus can't believe it. He's actually sitting in the Ham Ernestway's actual house, actually drinking an actual bottle of Ham Ernestway's own supply of "Duke Leonardi's Grisly Beer" (if it's a Duke Leonardi's, it's a grisly). The Ham Ernestway! The countdown to issue 300 (March 2004) continues... T-minus 49 and counting. b&w, 24pg" Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #252
    Cerebus (1977) 252

    "Going Home" (part 21 of 34)? Ham Ernestway has a chat with "Hotch" about how his book is progressing ? or rather, not progressing. Mary Ernestway talks about Ham's "treatments" and Cerebus reminisces about the battle of Petrou Pass. The countdown to issue 300 (March 2004) continues... T-minus 48 and counting. b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #253
    Cerebus (1977) 253

    "Going Home" "Tunakwenda wapi?" "Kazkazini." With snappy dialogue like this, N'gui and Charo, Ham and Mary's native bearers, are sure to be a hit with all the Swahili-speaking readers of Cerebus. Plus, the little gray starts worrying about Sand Hills Creek a little more. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... T-minus 47 and counting... Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #254
    Cerebus (1977) 254

    CEREBUS #254 "Going Home" (Part 23 of 34)?Mary takes Cerebus, Ngui, and Charo on a little sunrise excursion ? leaving Ham alone with Jaka back at the camp. Includes the latest installment of "To Ham and Ham Not" and notes on the "Form & Void" storyline. The countdown to issue 300 (March 2004) continues... T-minus 46 and counting. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #255
    Cerebus (1977) 255

    "Going Home": Part 24 of 34?Cerebus gets another big shock from one of Estarcion's newest innovations. Jaka figures out how to get them "in" for an overnight stay at one of the hunting lodges and Mary gets ready to tell them a little story. Includes the latest installment of "To Ham & Ham Not." The countdown to issue 300 (March 2004) continues... T-minus 45 and counting. b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #256
    Cerebus (1977) 256

    GOING HOME: Part 25 of 34?For the first time in Cerebus' 22-year history, the action moves off of Estarcion and onto another continent entirely as Mary Ernestway's flashback "yarn" begins. What exactly is she trying to tell Cerebus and Jaka? The countdown to issue 300 (March 2004) continues... t-minus 44 and counting. b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #257
    Cerebus (1977) 257

    GOING HOME: Part 26 of 34?Mary Ernestway continues her little campfire story from Cerebus and Jaka. It just takes her a little while to get to the point. That's all. Plus, the latest installment of "To Ham and Ham Not." The countdown to issue 300 (March 2004) continues...t-minus 43 and counting. b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #258
    Cerebus (1977) 258

    "Going Home" Part 27 of 34?Any minute now, Mary is going to be done telling her little story to Cerebus and Jaka. Well before issue 300, anyway. The countdown to issue 300 (March 2004) continues... t-minus 42 and counting... b&w Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #259
    Cerebus (1977) 259

    GOING HOME: Part 28 of 34 ? Mary Ernestway finally finishes her: "little" story, and everyone ? Ham, Mary, Cerebus, and Jaka ? are off to beddy-bye. Don't you just love a happy ending? Also includes the latest installment of "To Ham & Ham Not." The countdown to issue 300 (March 2004) continues... t-minus 41 and counting. b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #260
    Cerebus (1977) 260

    "Going Home 29." Trapped in the tent with Jaka during a blizzard, Cerebus has a vision of Rick, in which Rick tells him to leave everything behind and go on alone. Story, art and cover by Dave Sim; backgrounds by Gerhard. Black and white; 32 pages. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #261
    Cerebus (1977) 261

    Going Home 30. Cerebus convinces Jaka to leave with him and head for safety, but in the process he defies Ricks instructions. Story, art and cover by Dave Sim; backgrounds by Gerhard. Black and white; 32 pages. Cover price $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #262
    Cerebus (1977) 262

    "Going Home" Part 31 of 34 ? The "Going Home" storyline nears its conclusion. Includes the latest installment of "To Ham & Ham Not." The countdown to issue #300 continues... t-minus 38 and counting. b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #263
    Cerebus (1977) 263

    "Going Home" Part 32 of 34 ? So close to Sand Hills Creek that everyone is referring to themselves in the third person. Dave almost found himself doing it while in this issue! The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 37 and counting. b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #264
    Cerebus (1977) 264

    "Going Home" Part 33 of 34? The penultimate issue of the penultimate Cerebus storyline. Includes the last installment of "To Ham & Ham Not." b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #265
    Cerebus (1977) 265

    "Going Home 34." Cerebus and Jaka finally reach his boyhood home, but what happens there fractures their already tenuous relationship. Final chapter of Going Home. Story, art and cover by Dave Sim; backgrounds by Gerhard. Black and white; 32 pages. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #266
    Cerebus (1977) 266

    "Latter Days" Part 1 of 35 ? The final Cerebus story arc begins here! Having spent a number of years in the privileged life of a bartender in Cirinist Territory, and having then traveled from plush accommodation to plush accommodation as the traveling companion of the Princess of Palnu, the first thing Cerebus finds outside Cirinist is that he has to find a job in "This Aardvark, This Shepherd!" b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #267
    Cerebus (1977) 267

    CEREBUS #267 by Dave Sim & Gerhard LATTER DAYS: Part 2 of 35 ? "If Five-Bar-Gate Be My Destiny!" Okay, so the shepherd thing didn't work out so well. Cerebus finally gets a chance to be a Professional Five-Bar-Gate player! What a relief! Just when he thought that he was really going to have to work for a living! You won't want to miss a minute of the high stakes action! Includes the latest reader reactions in "Aardvark Comment." The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 33 and counting! b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #268
    Cerebus (1977) 268

    CEREBUS #268 by Dave Sim & Gerhard LATTER DAYS: Part 3 of 35 ? "Lo, There Shall Come Three Wise Fellows!" Okay, so Five Bar Gate turned out not to be Cerebus's destiny after all. Really at a loss, now, the little guy heads back down into Cirinist territory figuring that that will be the easiest way to commit suicide. However, he didn't reckon on Gorowitz, Horowitz, and Feinberg showing up. Includes five pages of "Aardvark Comment." The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 32 and counting! b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #269
    Cerebus (1977) 269

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 4 of 35 ? "If Cerebus Be Bound..." Don't you hate titles like that? Shouldn't there at least be multiple choices attached to it? Like :If Cerebus be bound then a) this be a parody, b) this be slapstick, c) this be the work of those wacky wise fellows, or d) all of the above. Anyway, the answer is (d). Includes the latest installment of "Aardvark Comment" and a Jeff Smith update. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 31 and counting! b&w, 24pg Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #270
    Cerebus (1977) 270

    Three Stooges Parody. If Cerebus Still Be Bound. Cerebus, imprisoned by the Three Wise Fellows, launches into an elaborate story in a desperate plan to secure his release. Story, art and cover by Dave Sim; backgrounds by Gerhard. Backup story: Faith: A Fable, by Bill Knapp. Black and white; 32 pages. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #271
    Cerebus (1977) 271

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 6 of 35 ? "If Cerebus Be Bound So Long Cerebus Could Plotz." Which oddly enough, concerns itself with Cerebus being bound so long that Cerebus could plotz. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 29 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #272
    Cerebus (1977) 272

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 7 of 35 ? "I dreamt of shooting a warthog who ran past, turned up on the steps of a gothic church in a black morning coat and black porkpie hat, making elaborate philosophical speeches about the Ambience of Immortality." ?Mary Hemingway. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 28 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #273
    Cerebus (1977) 273

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 8 of 35 ? Uh oh. Cerebus unbound? But what's with the story with all those guns? And what's Cerebus doing with his Toledo? The answers to these and other questions, as well as the latest installment of "Aardvark Comment." The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 27 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #274
    Cerebus (1977) 274

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard If Rocks Be My Scenery: Part 9 of 35 ? Cerebus goes hurtling across desolate stretches of land which surround The Sanctuary. But where is he going? And can he get there in time? And what about the rebellion against his own authority? Well you know, if you had read the first half of the issue, you'd know all that! Contains another installment of "Aardvark Comment." The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 26 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #275
    Cerebus (1977) 275

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 10 of 35 ? "Avoyd Fornication." Words to live by? Or just another illusion? Cerebus brushes up on his military strategy to stay one step ahead of "Far Lane" McSpahn. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t- minus 25 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #276
    Cerebus (1977) 276

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 11 of 35 ? "And Men Shall Call Him Spore" That awful demonical apparition! Why does he look so... familiar? And yet, so strange? Yes! It's Spore, the king of all demons. Spore is the sanctuary and the sanctuary is of Spore. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 24 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #277
    Cerebus (1977) 277

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 12 of 35 ? "With this Cast and this Bag and this Crutch" Dave Sim is back to using titles that don't tell you anything about what's going on in the current issue. Includes Part 2 of Sim's essay, "Islam, My Islam." The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 23 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #278
    Cerebus (1977) 278

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 13 of 35 ? "...From Whence Wakes ... The Bird Watcher? " Are you sure this is a Cerebus comic? 'Cause it sure don't sound like a Cerebus comic. Includes the concluding installment of "Islam, My Islam." The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 22 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #279
    Cerebus (1977) 279

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard LATTER DAYS: Part 14 (of 35) "Pretty Flowers, Pretty Sunsets"?Wait a minute! Wait a minute! An issue of Cerebus titled "Pretty Flowers, Pretty Sunsets"?! I haven't even read it yet and I already want my money back! Includes Part Three of Sim's essay, "Islam, My Islam." The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 21 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #280
    Cerebus (1977) 280

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard LATTER DAYS: Part 15 (of 35) "In the Beginning"?Can it be true? After twenty-four years and seven months, can it be that we are finally going to get the One True Definitive Origin of Cerebus?! Who he is and how he came to be? The origin of his Chawwabungium skeleton and his amazing powers? Unfortunately... No. Includes Part Four of Sim's essay, "Islam, My Islam." The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 20 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #281
    Cerebus (1977) 281

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard LATTER DAYS: Part 16 (of 35) "And It Came To Passe"? Cerebus continues his study of the obscure sacred text Konigsberg, the Not-So-Good Samaritan has brought him. Konigsberg, meanwhile, gets back to his critical self-analysis as a devoted student of the works of Sigmund Fräud (being always careful to put the umlaut over the "a" in the Master's name). Includes Part Five of Sim's essay, "Islam, My Islam." The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 19 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #282
    Cerebus (1977) 282

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 17 (of 35) "Chasing YHWH"? Cerebus continues dictating his commentaries on the second and third books of the obscure scared texts. Konigsberh, the not-so-good Samaritan, meanwhile, continues his diary entries documenting his self-analysis as a dedicated Fraudian. Also contains Part 5 of Sim's essay, "Islam, My Islam." The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 18 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #283
    Cerebus (1977) 283

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 18 (of 35) "Still Chasing YHWH"?The side-splitting sequel to last month's laff-a-minute, sleeper hit of the fall. Cerebus continues his study of obscure, sacred text Konigsberg, the not-so-good Samaritan has brought him. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 17 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 POSTSCRIPT: Back in December of 1977, little known Canadian artist Dave Sim sat down at his drafting table and came up with a cute little aardvark holding a sword. Little did he know then that 25 years later, that little earth-pig would be the model for all independent comics yet to come. Cerebus is closing in on it's final days as Sim has said from the beginning that it was to be a 300 issue "mini-series". We've seen Cerebus go from being a Conan-esque parody to a hard-hitting social and political satire and have seen Dave evolve from "one of those guys who does black and white comics" to one of the biggest proponents of creators' rights, and a figurehead of sorts for small press and independent comic books. In addition, we have seen the Cerebus comic change and transmogrify from being a traditional comic, to pure prose, to illustrated prose and back again. Also, I would be remiss not to mention the always wonderful letters page. As this monumental series winds down, issue 283 has just recently hit the stands, let's all take a moment to give a hearty handshake and "thank you" to the man who has taken us on a long and memorable journey by all sitting down and reading the beautiful tales he has given us. There's always a lot more to Cerebus than the ongoing Cerebus saga. You also get Dave Sim--smart, articulate, with plenty on his mind, and with no fear of expressing just what he thinks. Case in point is this issue of Cerebus. "Why Canada Slept," a three-part series appearing in Cerebus 283, 284 and 286, looks at the reaction of western democracies to 9/11 and ensuing events. If you've wondered why Canada and much of Europe have no stomach for facing down terrorism, Dave Sim's "Why Canada Slept" shines a bright light on this compelling issue. Here's to you Dave; thanks for the Cerebus memories and for having the courage to say what needs saying. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #284
    Cerebus (1977) 284

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 19 (of 35) "Still Chasing YHWH III"?Don't believe the hype! It's a sequel! We know you're getting tired of hearing this, but Cerebus continues his commentaries on the sacred tests, while Konigsberg's love life ? which had been looking so promising up until the last page of last issue ? hits rock bottom. And for Konigsberg, that's really saying something. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 16 and counting! Also in this issue: Why Canada Slept, Pt. 2 of 3. b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #285
    Cerebus (1977) 285

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 20 (of 35) "Still Chasing YHWH IV: The Final Chapter"?"Dazzling!" "Invomparable!" "The funniest Cerebus in years!" Just a few of the unsolicited comments received from a bunch of comic book journalists that were put up in a four-star hotel and piled with free food and alcohol on the recent press junket celebrating Cerebus' 25th anniversary issue! The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 15 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #286
    Cerebus (1977) 286

    By Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 21 (of 35) "Chasing YHWH V: The Last Page"? Easily a hundred times better drawn than "Chasing YHWH IV: The Final Chapter." Those who have seen advance pages are already declaring Cerebus #286 "possibly the first classic comic book of 2003." "Could very easily be the year's best." "A Harvey and Eisner contender." Also in this issue: hy Canada Slept, Pt. 3 of 3. (Please note that "Chasing YHWH V: The Last Page" will be available on Video and DVD later this week). The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 14 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #287
    Cerebus (1977) 287

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 22 (of 35) "Chasing YHWH V: The Final Flower!"? Just when you thought there couldn't possibly be another installment of the "Chasing YHWH V" franchise, Dave and Ger manage to beg, borrow, and steal just enough financing (in this case from "The Ersatz Botanical Deities Family of Investment Companies" and "Suddenly Judging Naked Amy Landscaping, Inc.) to produce the next one! The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 13 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #288
    Cerebus (1977) 288

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 22 (of 35) "Chasing YHWH V: The Final Cobweb!" The year is 132, and menopause just become a verb! The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 12 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #289
    Cerebus (1977) 289

    NOTE: This issue is 289-290. No #290 exists. By Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 24 (of 35) "Chasing YHWH V: The Final Twinkle!" Pages 5,760 through 5,780 of a 6,000-page story! The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 11 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #291
    Cerebus (1977) 291

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    by Dave Sim with Gerhard LATTER DAYS: Part 26 (of 35)?It's the greatest story story ever told. Now, if Cerebus can only get to his writing desk.... The countdown to issue 300 (March 2004) continues... ...t-minus 9 and counting. b&w, 24pg $2.25 NOTE: #290 does not exist; #289 is numbered #289, 290. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #292
    Cerebus (1977) 292

    by Dave Sim with Gerhard LATTER DAYS: Part 27 (of 35) There was something really important Cerebus was just thinking about. What was it again? The countdown to issue 300 (March 2004) continues... t-minus 8 and counting. b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #293
    Cerebus (1977) 293

    by Dave Sim with Gerhard LATTER DAYS: Part 28 (of 35) Twenty action packed pages of Cerebus trying to climb up into his armchair. The countdown to issue 300 (March 2004) continues... ...t-minus 7 and counting. b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #294
    Cerebus (1977) 294

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 29 (of 35) For those fans who have been demanding it! The return of Cerebus' classic Latter Days uniform! Saggy black track pants and baggy no-name sweat shirt! The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 6 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #295
    Cerebus (1977) 295

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 29 (of 35) Cerebus continues to be supremely aggravated by Le Sanctuaire de Rick et Joanne Lesbiennes de Upper Felda. And at his age, aggravation can give you a ruptured blood vessel or even a serious blockage. Also, Dave Sim and Chester Brown discuss Brown's recently completed Louis Riel. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 5 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #296
    Cerebus (1977) 296

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard Latter Days: Part 31 (of 35) Cerebus waits eagerly outside the door. Is that the sound of footsteps? Or is it just rustling inside Cerebus's ear? Also Dave Sim and Chester Brown continue to discuss Brown's recently completed graphic novel, Louis Riel, as well as Brown's critically acclaimed "My Mom was a Schizophrenic" in Part 2 of Getting Reil. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues. t-minus 4 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #297
    Cerebus (1977) 297

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard LATTER DAYS: Part 32 (of 35)?Better get a mirror and hold it up in front of Sim's nostrils. He hasn't moved in quite a while. He can't be dead yet... can he?! Check his contract. Yeah, says right here: three hundred issues. Also, the conclusion of Dave Sim and Chester Brown's discussion of Brown's recently completed graphic novel, Louis Riel in Part 3 of Getting Riel. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 3 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #298
    Cerebus (1977) 298

    by Dave Sim & Gerhard LATTER DAYS: Part 33 (of 35)?It's been a long month since the previous solicitation and he still hasn't moved. We stuck a pin in his arm. Nothing. And there are still two issues to go. So, if the title character is dead, does that mean the issue is returnable? "Aardvark Comment" returns for its third last appearance and there's a special back cover announcement. The countdown to issue 300 (March, 2004) continues... t-minus 2 and counting! b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #299
    Cerebus (1977) 299

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    by Dave Sim & Gerhard LATTER DAYS: Part 34 (of 35)?Oh come on! The guy was older than dirt when he died. Someone somewhere must have something nice to say about him, right? Oh well. The countdown to issue 300 continues...T-minus 1 and counting... b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #300
    Cerebus (1977) 300

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    by Dave Sim & Gerhard. LATTER DAYS: Part 35 (of 35) - The Final Issue! NOT a good jumping-on point for new readers! After 26 years, the last 20 pages of the comic medium's first-ever 6,000- page graphic novel will soon be one for the record books. Also, don't miss the last installment of Aardvark Comment. "Thanks very much to all our loyal readers and retailers! Good night!" - Dave Sim b&w, 24pg $2.25 Cover price $2.25.