Category: NZ Comics
This graphic novel set in New Zealand that tells the story of Ngarara Huarau, a taniwha or mythical beast, that travels from Hawke's Bay to Wairarapa in search of his sister, Pari-kawhiti. As he journeys, his movement shapes the landscape, and his hunger leads him to eat birds, seals, seafood and people ...Show more
After the death of their father, Emily and Navin move with their mother to their deceased great-grandfather's home. The house proves to be dangerous and leads them into an underground world inhabited by demons, robots, and talking animals.
In a small clearing of land nestled within the Wairau valley two peoples met; the recently established settlers of Nelson, and the governing tribe of that region - the renowned Ngati-Toa. When they marched, both sides were prepared for confrontation...yet they weren't expecting that their actions would ...Show more
A thrilling, futuristic volume of 1960s Thunderbirds comic strips. Features Brains is Dead, The Olympic Plot, The Space Cannon and Devil's Crag. The first book in a five volume set of Thunderbirds comic strips.
This is a thrilling, futuristic volume of 1960s Thunderbirds comic strips. It features The Eiffel Tower Demolition, The Nuclear Threat, The Hawaiian Lobster Menace and The Time Machine. It is the first book in a five volume set of Thunderbirds comic strips.
Harley Quinn and her Gang of Harleys are hitting the road! As if Hollywood wasn't weird enough already, now Harley's made her way to Tinseltown and she's about to have the most destructive fifteen minutes of fame ever. Will the industry survive Harley's Hollywood hijix, or will the City of Angels fall f ...Show more
This is a thrilling, futuristic volume of 1960s Thunderbirds comic strips. It is features The Zoo Ship, Chain Reaction and Jungle Adventure. It is the first book in a five volume set of Thunderbirds comic strips.
Caped Crusader: The dark icon of the DC Universe From his first appearance in Detective Comics No. 27 in May 1939, Batman has thrilled imaginations across the globe. This character portrait pays tribute to the World's Greatest Detective, from his early days as a pulp-inflected comics hero to his current ...Show more
Since first appearing in Action Comics No. 1 in April 1938, Superman has stood as the pre eminent symbol of truth and justice. Captivating minds for over 75 years, the Last Son of Krypton has appeared in thousands of comic books, cartoons, TV shows, and movies. His tragic beginning led to a life as an o ...Show more
A thrilling, futuristic volume of 1960s Thunderbirds comic strips. Features City of Doom, The Big Bang and The Mini Moon. The fifth book in a five volume set of Thunderbirds comic strips.
Through a series of illustrated comic style sci-fi books, eight super-heroes take us on an enthralling journey through our solar system, exploring our galaxy and further galaxies to the edge of the universe Throughout their adventures readers discover the solar system and gain a basic understanding of w ...Show more
Debuting in All Star Comics No. 8 in December 1941, the warrior Amazon Princess is a feminist icon whose strength is equaled by her empathy and compassion. Appearing in comic books, newspaper strips, and TV shows for almost 75 years, Wonder Woman stands as a towering figure in pop culture, and a role mo ...Show more