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Glamourpuss (2008) comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Glamourpuss (2008) 1A

    "Comics Edition" Cover. by Dave Sim Master graphic novelist Dave Sim - the creator of Cerebus - returns! Glamourpuss is three comic books in one: a parody of fashion magazines, a history of photorealism in comics (starting with Alex Raymond's Rip Kirby in 1946), and the strangest super-heroine comic book of all time! Featuring the first appearance of Glamourpuss, her evil twin sister Skanko, and the heroine's long-time therapist Dr. Norm. Available with two covers - a 'Comics Edition' with a classic EC-style cover, and a 'Fashion Edition' that parodies fashion magazines. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #1B
    Glamourpuss (2008) 1B

    "Fashion Edition" Cover. by Dave Sim Master graphic novelist Dave Sim - the creator of Cerebus - returns! Glamourpuss is three comic books in one: a parody of fashion magazines, a history of photorealism in comics (starting with Alex Raymond's Rip Kirby in 1946), and the strangest super-heroine comic book of all time! Featuring the first appearance of Glamourpuss, her evil twin sister Skanko, and the heroine's long-time therapist Dr. Norm. Available with two covers - a 'Comics Edition' with a classic EC-style cover, and a 'Fashion Edition' that parodies fashion magazines. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #1C
    Glamourpuss (2008) 1C

    Comics Industry Preview Edition. By Dave Sim Master graphic novelist Dave Sim - the creator of Cerebus - returns! Glamourpuss is three comic books in one: a parody of fashion magazines, a history of photorealism in comics (starting with Alex Raymond's Rip Kirby in 1946), and the strangest super-heroine comic book of all time! Featuring the first appearance of Glamourpuss, her evil twin sister Skanko, and the heroine's long-time therapist Dr. Norm. Available with two covers - a 'Comics Edition' with a classic EC-style cover, and a 'Fashion Edition' that parodies fashion magazines. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #2
    Glamourpuss (2008) 2

    by Dave Sim 'World Peace: Michael Kors Luggage Leads the Way!'; 'There's Nothing Funny About Anti-Depressants'; and, as a bonus, 'Skanko's Top 5 Ways I Drive My Men Wild in Bed,' plus an initial examination of the Big Three pioneers of realistic comic art: Hal Foster, Alex Raymond, and Milt Caniff, and Caniff's influence on Raymond's 'Beyond Noir' style. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #3
    Glamourpuss (2008) 3

    by Dave Sim The High Fashion Comic Book That's So Six Months Ago 'Swings Into Spring '08' - among other features, True But Weird Plastic Surgery Requests (Belly-Button Removal, Anyone?). The Alex Raymond section of the book speculates further on Raymond's professional relationship with Milt Caniff while glamourpuss takes a tour of recent fashion magazine advertisements. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #4A
    Glamourpuss (2008) 4A

    by Dave Sim What else would you expect from 'The High Fashion Comic Book That's So Six Months Ago' just before Christmas but 'The First Annual Swimsuit (and Really Good Advice) Issue'? All your favorite swimming attire from H&M to Malia Mills, OMO Norma Kamali to DSquared2 (as well as 'what to do with two half-empty bottles of nail polish' and 'the best way to hairspray'). The Alex Raymond section of the book revisits 'RIP Kirby 1949-1952' when Raymond was the only cartoonist in the photorealism school he created. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #5A
    Glamourpuss (2008) 5A

    by Dave Sim Where's glamourpuss? Fortunately most of this issue was 'in the can' before Comics' Greatest Fashion Maven went missing. Cover preview for the proposed glamourtween title, gammagpooz hosts the 3-page fashion horror story, 'The Thinker,' plus a cameo appearance by Cerebus (don't blink or you'll miss him) in his Porsche Carrera 1984 sports car. And Aardvark-Vanaheim continues its 'outreach to the undead' with its second zombie cover, written in the Zombie's own distinctive and emotive language! Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #5B
    Glamourpuss (2008) 5B

    Limited Edition Zombie Variant. by Dave Sim Where's glamourpuss? Fortunately most of this issue was 'in the can' before Comics' Greatest Fashion Maven went missing. Cover preview for the proposed glamourtween title, gammagpooz hosts the 3-page fashion horror story, 'The Thinker,' plus a cameo appearance by Cerebus (don't blink or you'll miss him) in his Porsche Carrera 1984 sports car. And Aardvark-Vanaheim continues its 'outreach to the undead' with its second zombie cover, written in the Zombie's own distinctive and emotive language! Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #6A
    Glamourpuss (2008) 6A

    (W/A) Dave Sim Meet 10 blonde MENSA supermodels who are transforming modern science in the 21st Century. Part 2 of the Comics Photorealists section begins in this issue with an examination of Stan Drake's The Heart Of Juliet Jones and a series of digressions dealing with comics advertising firm Johnstone & Cushing, Wally Wood, Albert Dorne, and more! Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #7
    Glamourpuss (2008) 7

    Story and Art by Dave Sim. Because glamourpuss is still in rehab, Dave Sim needed something to fill the 'glamour' half of the book and chose Super-Heroines! Including France's real-life supermodel/Super-Heroine, Ms A, who was born on Steve Ditko's 60th birthday and is counter-terrorism uber agent for the Sarkozy government, plus Leather Cleavage! Girl Flash (aka Top Notch)! Flower Bomb! Veiled Threat! and Puppy High 5! Which glamourpuss Super-Heroine most deserves her own Aardvark-Vanaheim mini-series? Voting details included on the inside front cover. The photorealism in comics section continues the examination of the arrival of Stan Drake in the early 50's. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #8
    Glamourpuss (2008) 8

    (W/A) Dave Sim What dire instruction from glamourpuss compelled David Slim to create (She's Adorable! She's Terrifying!) Dark Knigut Glamourtween? What does glamourpuss have to say about Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen's book, Influence, in glamourpuss Book Club (smuggled out of her rehab clinic on clinic memo pads)? And did Gone With The Wind's Margaret Mitchell actually create the photorealism strip, The Heart of Juliet Jones? Only one way to find out, girlfriend! Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #9
    Glamourpuss (2008) 9

    Story and Art by Dave Sim. Glamourpuss' new boyfriend shapes this entire issue, including 'Really Good Advice for Really Clueless Boyfriends,' a full-length comic story; 'When Avant Garde Went Retro' featuring Avant Garde Glamourpuss of Earth Ex trapped in a Time Loop by an arch foe; and 'Rehab Reflections '09' on glamourpuss' 8-week stint at Southern Ontario's Caring Clinics earlier this year. Cover by comics superstar Gene Colan! Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #10
    Glamourpuss (2008) 10

    Story and Art by Dave Sim. Off the rack! Behind your back! 'When Swimsuits Attack!' It's that terrifying time of year for women everywhere (or, at least it was six months ago). It's the Second Annual Swimsuit and Profound Insights issue. The Photorealism History section attempts to answer the questions: Who was Eve Jones in The Heart of Juliet Jones based on? Bonus: glamourpuss herself profiles comics superstar and cover artist Gene Colan! Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #11
    Glamourpuss (2008) 11

    Story and Art by Dave Sim. Glamourpuss takes her annual rehab a little early this year, leaving Dave Slim to fill in with 'Classic Corvettes in Crisis,' a 10-page 'Where Are They Now?' feature on America's first sports car. The 'Comics in Photorealism' section examines Stan Drake's 'EvenJones, Actress' sequence from 1966-67. Cover by Russ Heath, including a biographical feature: 'Russ Heath: The Closest I Ever Came to Getting Married a Second Time.' Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #12
    Glamourpuss (2008) 12

    Story and Art by Dave Sim. The greatest art world discovery since Cubism! Glamourpuss presents photo-primitivist Robin Bernard - and Dave Sim's 'old-fashioned' photorealist versions of Robin's portraits. The 'History of Photorealism in Comics' section deals with the rivalry between Alex Raymond and Stan Drake which begins to heat up in 1953-54. Cover by Eisner Hall of Fame 2009 inductee, Russ Heath. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #13
    Glamourpuss (2008) 13

    Story and Art by Dave Sim. First issue to feature 'glamourpuss Magazine Club' (who has time to read books anymore?) where glamourpuss reviews the latest issue of Bitch ('feminist response to pop culture') magazine. In the History of Photorealism in the Comics section, an examination of Alex Raymond's 1954 'Crusher' Twickam storyline and how it relates to Stan Drake's The Heart of Juliet Jones. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #14
    Glamourpuss (2008) 14

    (W/A) Dave Sim 'glamourpuss reinvents the Universe.' Everyone's favourite fashionista decides a lot of things need to change while she's still young enough to enjoy them - starting with the online universe. Are you ready for FACEITBook? In the 'History of Photorealism in Comics' section, a continuing examination of the relationship between Rip Kirby's Alex Raymond and Heart Of Juliet Jones' Stan Drake. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #15
    Glamourpuss (2008) 15

    (W/A) Dave Sim 'Glamourpuss Reinvents the Universe' Part Two: Women! Want to marry the multi-billionaire of your dreams? Men! Want to marry the supermodel of your dreams? Then you can't afford to be without the Glamourpuss Ultimate Pre-Nup Agreement! Glamourpuss shows you how to cover all those formerly personal areas of matrimony - legally! - so no one ever has to get divorced again! Plus: 'The History of Photorealism' continues with the unfolding events of 6 September, 1956 and Dave Sim's speculations on same. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #16
    Glamourpuss (2008) 16

    (W/A)Dave Sim It's the 'So You Want To Bag Yourself A Supermodel & Third Annual Swimsuit' Issue! For the 'High Fashion Comic That's So Six Months Ago,' November is always Swimsuit Month as you can sample all the fashions from this past summer. The Comics Photorealism History continues with Dave Sim's speculations on the events of September 6, 1956, the day Alex Raymond died. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #19
    Glamourpuss (2008) 19

    (W/A) Dave Sim Glamourpuss is still fighting her cocaine trafficking charge so once again, Dave Sim is flying solo with this special 'Salute to Rectangles' issue featuring a cover by Mike (Madman) Allred. All nudity pre-censored for your viewing and reading comfort! The 'History of Photorealism in Comics' section continues with the events of 6 September, 1956. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #21
    Glamourpuss (2008) 21

    (W/A) Dave Simm Where's Cerebus? Find the hidden aardvark in this issue (literally dozens of dollars to be won!). Also, glamourpuss' first report from inside Kingston Penitentiary where she's awaiting trial on cocaine trafficking charges. Meanwhile in the History of Photorealism in Comic Art section, the events of 6 September 1956 continue to unfold. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #22A
    Glamourpuss (2008) 22A

    (W/A) Dave Sim 'Not the Fourth Annual Swimsuit Issue' - instead the first appearance of Zootanapuss, Part Parody, Part homage to the late Jeff Jones' Idyll, who battles the forces of otherworldy evil (entirely in her own imagination) with the assistance of Bunny, her one-rabbit wrecking crew. Plus: The History of Photorealism in Comics section continues with the events of September 6, 1956. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #23A
    Glamourpuss (2008) 23A

    It's the knock-down, drag-out battle to the death you've been waiting for! High Fashion models versus Zootanapuss & Bunny, The One Rabbit Wrecking Crew! Only one faction will survive and the other will be exiled forever from the pages of glamourous! Subtitled 'Crisis on Infinite Aardvark-Vanaheims,' you won't want to miss a minute of the action in this multi-part thriller which will change the shape of the Aardvark-Vanaheim Universe for all time (or at least until sales are, once again, in the toilet) - it's like the classic two-part Hulk versus Thing only better because all the action takes place in smartly tailored clothing and features a really cute bunny! The history of Photorealism in Comics section continues with the events of September 6, 1956. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #23B
    Glamourpuss (2008) 23B

    Zootanapuss #2 Variant Cover, neither signed nor numbered. It's the knock-down, drag-out battle to the death you've been waiting for! High Fashion models versus Zootanapuss & Bunny, The One Rabbit Wrecking Crew! Only one faction will survive and the other will be exiled forever from the pages of glamourous! Subtitled 'Crisis on Infinite Aardvark-Vanaheims,' you won't want to miss a minute of the action in this multi-part thriller which will change the shape of the Aardvark-Vanaheim Universe for all time (or at least until sales are, once again, in the toilet) - it's like the classic two-part Hulk versus Thing only better because all the action takes place in smartly tailored clothing and features a really cute bunny! The history of Photorealism in Comics section continues with the events of September 6, 1956. Cover price $4.00.

  • Issue #24A
    Glamourpuss (2008) 24A

    (W/A/CA) Dave Sim Things were getting pretty heated last issue with charges of homophobia, racism, and Islamophobia being thrown around in the Zootanapuss and Bunny vs. High Fashion Models smackdown leading to this 'Sudden Death' issue. Who 'buys the farm' as glamourpuss comes to the end of its fourth year? glamourpuss? Zootanapuss? Bunny? Plan Nine from Mogadishu? Junkie Haute Couture? Find out on page 10! Also, in the 'History of Photorealism' section, Stan Drake and Alex Raymond tool around Westport, Connecticut and environs in Drake's ill-fated 1956 Corvette. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #24B.SGND
    Glamourpuss (2008) 24B.SGND

    Zootanapuss #3 Variant Cover, signed/numbered by Dave Sim and limited to 565 copies. (W/A/CA) Dave Sim Things were getting pretty heated last issue with charges of homophobia, racism, and Islamophobia being thrown around in the Zootanapuss and Bunny vs. High Fashion Models smackdown leading to this 'Sudden Death' issue. Who 'buys the farm' as glamourpuss comes to the end of its fourth year? glamourpuss? Zootanapuss? Bunny? Plan Nine from Mogadishu? Junkie Haute Couture? Find out on page 10! Also, in the 'History of Photorealism' section, Stan Drake and Alex Raymond tool around Westport, Connecticut and environs in Drake's ill-fated 1956 Corvette. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #25A
    Glamourpuss (2008) 25A

    (W/A/CA) Dave Sim 'Kyla Nicolle: Canada's Next Great Super Model?' It's the question everyone is asking in The Great White North. Watch the feisty redhead in head-to-head action against Zootanapuss as 'Zootanapuss vs. High Fashion Models' nears its climax. 'When Sudden Death Isn't Enough For a Girl and Her Bonny: SHOOT-OUT!' In the History of Photorealism section, a close examination of Stan Drake's version of the car crash that claimed the life of Alex Raymond as documented in Arlen Schumer's 'Alex Raymond's Last Ride.' Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #25B.SGND
    Glamourpuss (2008) 25B.SGND

    Zootanapuss #4 Variant Cover, signed and numbered by Dave Sim and limited to 590 copies. (W/A/CA) Dave Sim 'Kyla Nicolle: Canada's Next Great Super Model?' It's the question everyone is asking in The Great White North. Watch the feisty redhead in head-to-head action against Zootanapuss as 'Zootanapuss vs. High Fashion Models' nears its climax. 'When Sudden Death Isn't Enough For a Girl and Her Bonny: SHOOT-OUT!' In the History of Photorealism section, a close examination of Stan Drake's version of the car crash that claimed the life of Alex Raymond as documented in Arlen Schumer's 'Alex Raymond's Last Ride.' Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #26A
    Glamourpuss (2008) 26A

    (W/A/CA) Dave Sim It's Zootanapuss vs. Cosplay Lass and her Kosupure Kaos Posse. Who will win? Can Bunny face down Mr. Rat, da Killa Chinchilla? Toma dis Kitty put you in a coma? QT McWhiskers, yo butt be will kiskers? Also in the History of Photorealism in Comics, Dave Sim continues to compare the various versions of the September 6, 1956 car accident that claimed the life of Alex Raymond. Cover price $3.00.