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Secret History of DB Cooper #1

Secret History of DB Cooper #2

Secret History of DB Cooper #3

Secret History of DB Cooper #4

Secret History of DB Cooper #5

Secret History of DB Cooper #1

The most infamous airline hijacker of all time, D.B. Cooper remains on the FBI’s most-wanted list almost 40 years after the crime. For the first time, the secret history of the man and the hijacking will be revealed. During the height of the Cold War, a fringe group within the C.I.A. wages a crusade on the deadliest battlefield of all: the mind. Aided by powerful psychotropic compounds, Cooper assists in a campaign of psychic assassination against the Soviets. But as he mentally and physically deteriorates, the line between two worlds blurs, and he goes rogue on his governmental overlords. By Brian Churilla (32 pages, .PDF format)

Oni Press, Inc. was founded in 1997 by Joe Nozemack and Bob Schreck with the goal of publishing the kinds of comics and graphic novels they themselves would want to read. Unsatisfied with the material that was dominating the industry, they firmly believed that sequential art could be used to tell virtually any story. While Schreck left the company in 1999, thirteen years later Nozemack is still fighting for diversity in comics by publishing one of the most eclectic and varied lines in comics. With the help of Jamie S. Rich (editor in chief, 1999-2003), James Lucas Jones (editor in chief, 2004-present), Randal C. Jarrell (managing editor 2003-2010), Jill Beaton (Assistant Editor 2008-present), Cory Casoni (Director of Sales & Marketing 2008-present), Douglas E. Sherwood (editorial assistant 2005-present), and an array of talented comic book creators; Nozemack built Oni Press into one of independent comics’ most respected and innovative publishing houses.

Secret History of DB Cooper #2

A missing daughter. A broken marriage. An empty house. Dan Cooper is a man who has lost everything but his mission. The CIA’s premiere psychic assassin, Cooper is on the verge of losing this job, too, as his government handlers reconsider the insanity of their situation and the unstable nature of Cooper’s tortured psyche. But Cooper’s assignments are more than names on papers in sealed envelopes–they’re a calling that he has no choice but to answer. By Brian Churilla (32 pages, .PDF format)

Oni Press, Inc. was founded in 1997 by Joe Nozemack and Bob Schreck with the goal of publishing the kinds of comics and graphic novels they themselves would want to read. Unsatisfied with the material that was dominating the industry, they firmly believed that sequential art could be used to tell virtually any story. While Schreck left the company in 1999, thirteen years later Nozemack is still fighting for diversity in comics by publishing one of the most eclectic and varied lines in comics. With the help of Jamie S. Rich (editor in chief, 1999-2003), James Lucas Jones (editor in chief, 2004-present), Randal C. Jarrell (managing editor 2003-2010), Jill Beaton (Assistant Editor 2008-present), Cory Casoni (Director of Sales & Marketing 2008-present), Douglas E. Sherwood (editorial assistant 2005-present), and an array of talented comic book creators; Nozemack built Oni Press into one of independent comics’ most respected and innovative publishing houses.

Secret History of DB Cooper #3

As CIA operative D.B. Cooper continues his political assassinations in the astral plane of “The Glut,” the missions take their toll on both his mind and physical body. Desperate to find the daughter he swore he would never lose, the gruff Cooper must travel the surreal landscape of the mind with his new teddy bear companion in search of his girl’s trail. By Brian Churilla (32 pages, .PDF format)

Oni Press, Inc. was founded in 1997 by Joe Nozemack and Bob Schreck with the goal of publishing the kinds of comics and graphic novels they themselves would want to read. Unsatisfied with the material that was dominating the industry, they firmly believed that sequential art could be used to tell virtually any story. While Schreck left the company in 1999, thirteen years later Nozemack is still fighting for diversity in comics by publishing one of the most eclectic and varied lines in comics. With the help of Jamie S. Rich (editor in chief, 1999-2003), James Lucas Jones (editor in chief, 2004-present), Randal C. Jarrell (managing editor 2003-2010), Jill Beaton (Assistant Editor 2008-present), Cory Casoni (Director of Sales & Marketing 2008-present), Douglas E. Sherwood (editorial assistant 2005-present), and an array of talented comic book creators; Nozemack built Oni Press into one of independent comics’ most respected and innovative publishing houses.

Secret History of DB Cooper #4

Has CIA assassin Dan Cooper become too good at his job? With Agent Cooper’s missions reaching completion before he’s even received his assignment, Agent Saunders thinks so. But is D.B. still a tool of the U.S. government or has he become a hand for the predetermined fate of mankind? By Brian Churilla (32 pages, .PDF format)

Oni Press, Inc. was founded in 1997 by Joe Nozemack and Bob Schreck with the goal of publishing the kinds of comics and graphic novels they themselves would want to read. Unsatisfied with the material that was dominating the industry, they firmly believed that sequential art could be used to tell virtually any story. While Schreck left the company in 1999, thirteen years later Nozemack is still fighting for diversity in comics by publishing one of the most eclectic and varied lines in comics. With the help of Jamie S. Rich (editor in chief, 1999-2003), James Lucas Jones (editor in chief, 2004-present), Randal C. Jarrell (managing editor 2003-2010), Jill Beaton (Assistant Editor 2008-present), Cory Casoni (Director of Sales & Marketing 2008-present), Douglas E. Sherwood (editorial assistant 2005-present), and an array of talented comic book creators; Nozemack built Oni Press into one of independent comics’ most respected and innovative publishing houses.

Secret History of DB Cooper #5

C.I.A. assassin Dan Cooper is on the run from his government masters in our world, but in the psychic plane of “The Glut,” he still has only one objective–to find his missing daughter! The startling story of the most mysterious airline hijacker in U.S. history concludes in this amazing issue! By Brian Churilla (32 pages, .PDF format)

Oni Press, Inc. was founded in 1997 by Joe Nozemack and Bob Schreck with the goal of publishing the kinds of comics and graphic novels they themselves would want to read. Unsatisfied with the material that was dominating the industry, they firmly believed that sequential art could be used to tell virtually any story. While Schreck left the company in 1999, thirteen years later Nozemack is still fighting for diversity in comics by publishing one of the most eclectic and varied lines in comics. With the help of Jamie S. Rich (editor in chief, 1999-2003), James Lucas Jones (editor in chief, 2004-present), Randal C. Jarrell (managing editor 2003-2010), Jill Beaton (Assistant Editor 2008-present), Cory Casoni (Director of Sales & Marketing 2008-present), Douglas E. Sherwood (editorial assistant 2005-present), and an array of talented comic book creators; Nozemack built Oni Press into one of independent comics’ most respected and innovative publishing houses.

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Guerillas, Vol. 1

Guerillas, Vol. 1

Private John Francis Clayton is on his first tour of duty in Vietnam, facing death at every turn in the middle of a war he doesn’t understand. Clayton is just trying to stay alive when he encounters an elite platoon of…. simian soldiers?!? This squad of chain-smoking chimps is the most dangerous fighting force in the jungle… but whose side are they on? By Brahm Revel (168 pages, .PDF Format)

Oni Press, Inc. was founded in 1997 by Joe Nozemack and Bob Schreck with the goal of publishing the kinds of comics and graphic novels they themselves would want to read. Unsatisfied with the material that was dominating the industry, they firmly believed that sequential art could be used to tell virtually any story. While Schreck left the company in 1999, thirteen years later Nozemack is still fighting for diversity in comics by publishing one of the most eclectic and varied lines in comics. With the help of Jamie S. Rich (editor in chief, 1999-2003), James Lucas Jones (editor in chief, 2004-present), Randal C. Jarrell (managing editor 2003-2010), Jill Beaton (Assistant Editor 2008-present), Cory Casoni (Director of Sales & Marketing 2008-present), Douglas E. Sherwood (editorial assistant 2005-present), and an array of talented comic book creators; Nozemack built Oni Press into one of independent comics’ most respected and innovative publishing houses.

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Secret History of DB Cooper #5

C.I.A. assassin Dan Cooper is on the run from his government masters in our world, but in the psychic plane of “The Glut,” he still has only one objective–to find his missing daughter! The startling story of the most mysterious airline hijacker in U.S. history concludes in this amazing issue! By Brian Churilla (32 pages, .PDF format)

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