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Written by Marguerite Bennett Art by Rafael de Latorre Cover by Rafael de Latorre & Marcelo MaioloIf you can't see your enemy, how can you fight? If you can't see your enemy, how can you survive? From Marguerite Bennett (INSEXTS, DC's Bombshells, and A-Force) and Rafael De Latorre (SUPERZERO).
Written by Marguerite BennettA city by the sea rises, ruled by animals who become more human and humans who become more animal. All the while, Adam, an imprisoned veterinarian, works on the technology that would give his captors the strength to change the world...
Written by Jason Latour & Ivan Brandon Art & Cover by Greg Hinkle & Matt WilsonZelda's fantasy of escape fades as her past and present collide, and she has to decide if she'll fight for her place in the Outside.
Written by Brian Wood Art by Mack Chater Cover by Matthew WoodsonWhen Isaac Briggs went overseas to war, he shed his quiet, reserved personality for something fiercer and far more nationalist than the rest of his family are prepared to deal with. o Brian Wood's critically acclaimed series returns for its next chapter in an even more relevant postelection America. o Briggs Land is currently in development for a television series at AMC TV!
Written by Alan Moore & Various Art by Kevin O'Neil & Various Cover by Kevin O'NeilFrom the Civil War re-imagined with giant insects, to the dystopian giant monsters of the Vast. Seduced by the cute, yet overwhelmed, Pru or guffawing at the madcap Modded. Or just enthralled by the tapestry of cinematic history upon which Alan Moore is weaving another masterful tale, the finest anthology in history continues. Join a master class of sequential artisans as they spin stories to terrify and delight. Now showing: Cinema Purgatorio by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill, A More Perfect Union by Max Brooks and Gabriel Andrade, Code Pru by Garth Ennis and Raulo Caceres, Modded by Kieron Gillen and Nahuel Lopez, and The Vast by Christos Gage and Gabriel Andrade. Each story has its own cover by the series artist and there is also an Ancient Tome Premium edition limited to 1000 copies.
Written by Rick Remender Art & Cover by Wesley Craig & Jordan BoydThe new class has been baptized in blood and fire, but they're still standing. And now the Student Council has plans to change that.
Written by Arvind Ethan David Art & Cover by Ilias KyriazisDirk faces the most difficult decision of his holistic life! Featuring favorite characters from the original books as well as the cast from the TV series, including Samuel Barnett and Elijah Wood! ò The star of two (almost three) beloved Douglas Adams novels! ò Written by executive producer of the TV series Arvind Ethan David! ò Executive produced by Max Landis (Chronicle and Superman: American Alien), the writer of the BBC America TV series! ò Each issue will have a photo cover featuring the cast of the show!
Written & Art & Cover by Howard ChaykinA city, devastated. A nation, shattered. A people, terrified. And the most hated man in the world... ...the man who got us here in the first place... ...is all that stands between us the next attack.
Written by Sarah Vaughn & Jonathan Luna Art & Cover by Jonathan LunaTair and Rion discover that they share a fire power when in close proximity with one another. But will they be able to control it? And what will they do now that they've defied the Empire?
Written by George R. R. Martin & Landry Quinn Walker Art by Mel Rubi Cover by Mike S. MillerArya, with the help of Yoren, a brother of the Night's Watch, has escaped from King's Landing, but the road to the Wall brings its own dangers. Meanwhile, Sansa attends a tournament on the sadistic King Joffrey's name-day, and Bran, in Winterfell, suffers from strange dreams of wolves...
Written by Matt Kindt Art & Cover by Tyler JenkinsMore circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Robert's daughter are revealed.
Written by Sergio Aragones & Mark Evanier Art & Cover by Sergio AragonesShakespeare wrote, 'The play's the thing.' Or was that Nathan Lane? Either way, the play matters, whether you be man or god . . . or even Groo. In this, the first installment in the newest Groo miniseries (which is continued from the last Groo miniseries), the stupidest hero in the comic book shop finds himself in a new village . . . a village where you pray to the proper god or you pray for your life. And even the other gods know that they are all players. It's from the award-winning team of Sergio Aragonés and Mark Evanier, with lettering by Stan Sakai, coloring by Tom Luth, and a running commentary by the gods above. o The all-star team returns: Sergio Aragonés, Mark Evanier, Tom Luth, and Stan Sakai. o Eisner and Harvey Award-winning creators and an Eisner Award-winning title!
Written by Rafer Roberts Art by Darick Robertson & Various Cover by Darick RobertsonALL-NEW ARC! ALL-NEW JUMPING ON POINT! 'MASSACRE' - PART ONE! Harvey Award-nominated writer Rafer Roberts (Plastic Farm) and superstar artist Darick Robertson (The Boys, Transmetropolitan) begin THE ROAD TO HARBINGER WARS 2 - Valiant's seismic 2018 event - right here with a bang that will reverberate throughout the entire Valiant Universe
and claim the life of a major hero! Toyo Harada's former protege - Alexander Solomon, a 'psiot' with the ability to predict and analyze potential futures - has been waiting for this moment. With the Harbinger Renegades - Peter Stanchek, Faith, Kris Hathaway, and Torque - now reunited as a result of his covert manipulations, his ultimate gambit can now begin. But he's not the only one who has been watching. Major Charlie Palmer has just re-assigned a new division of the militarized psiot hunters codenamed H.A.R.D. Corps to active duty
and they're about to bring a torrent of blood and calamity roaring into the streets of a major American metropolis for an all-out firefight.
Written by Andi Ewington Art by Simon Coleby Cover by Ben OliverNew story based on the cult-favorite series of game books written by Andi Ewington (ExMortis, Sunflower) and illustrated by Simon Coleby (Judge Dredd, The Royals).
Written by Ed Brubaker Art by Sean Phillips & Elizabeth Breitweiser Cover by Sean PhillipsEND OF STORY ARC As his life spins out of control, Dylan and his demon come face-to-face once again.
Written by Neil Gaiman & P. Craig Russell Art by Scott Hampton & P. Craig Russell Cover by Glenn FabryStrange things continue to plague Shadow and Wednesday as their mad American road trip takes them all the way to a surreal roadside attraction, the House on the Rock, where they encounter Mr. Nancy and the world's largest carousel! The Hugo, Bram Stoker, Locus, World Fantasy, and Nebula award-winning novel and upcoming Starz television series by Neil Gaiman is adapted as a comic series for the first time! o A Starz TV show! 'Russell's lyrical layouts bring Gaiman's visual, vivid prose to life like no other artist.'-Comic Book Resources
Written by John Barber Art & Cover by Kei ZamaTHE LIFE OF SIDESWIPE! A Junkion machine finally gives long-injured Sideswipe a new lease on life! But when his brother goes missing, Sideswipe and Arcee return to Cybertron-and nothing will be the same between them ever again.
Written by Heli Kennedy Art by Wayne Nichols Cover by Cat StaggsIn a world where Sarah managed to save Beth from taking her own life! With this single twist of fate, the Clone Club comes together in a completely different manner and the mystery of Project LEDA unfolds in new, exiting ways! See all your favorite characters return in an all-new light! Bullet points: Find out what happens in a world... where Sarah saved Beth! Ask your retailer about the papercraft covers!
Written by Robbie Thompson & Justin Jordan Art by Barnaby Bagenda Cover by Dan MoraThe battle has infected Ape City. Cornelius' army of empowered mutants and apes lay waste to Grodd's Gorilla Army and Red Lanterns. This world's only hope lies with Hal Jordan and Sinestro, who must work together to save Cornelius from the corruption of the Universal Ring.
Written by Brian Clevinger Art by Lo Baker Cover by Scott WegenerAction, Adventure, Excitement-oh wait, I'm sorry, what? We've already been sued? I'm sorry, how much? Okaaay, well! You better order a lot of these and help us out.
Written by Cullen Bunn Art & Cover by Danny Luckert & Marie EngerThe body count is on the rise, and the blood may be on an innocent man's hands! A dark power is haunting Adrian, terrorizing him, whispering dark secrets and ghastly promises in his ear. Unable to account for his own whereabouts
unable to trust his own senses
Adrian wonders if he is responsible for recent murders. The police certainly seem to think he knows more than he's letting on. And now Adrian is starting to believe sinister forces are watching him
from the real world
and in the realm of his own nightmares. Meanwhile, Molly worries about her friend, not realizing that she may have become the next target of his unholy desires.
Written by Ben Aaronovitch & Andrew Cartmel Art by Lee Sullivan Cover by Gary ErskineFour self-contained magical crimes, as recounted by Detective Peter Grant to his superiors!
Written by Meredith Finch Art & Cover by Ig GuaraThe battle for the future of Ttereve continues as Thorne is forced to grapple with demons from his past. After a cruel betrayal from a trusted ally, Rose and Ila are separated from their companions and in a fight for their lives. Magic itself hangs in the balance as Drucilla destroys everything and everyone in her path.
Written & Art & Cover by Richard CorbenA hunter becomes the hunted when he ventures into restricted woods, but the nature of his adversary is truly terrifying. Recurring dreams haunt a man every year around his birthday. And Denaeus surprises his enemy, the king, when he reappears with an offer to help. 'There's also something about Corben's distinctive artwork that's inherently unnerving, from the grotesquely exaggerated facial features to his tense, claustrophobic panels and layouts.'-Big Comic Page
Written & Art & Cover by LightsSkin & Earth is a story of a girl looking for hope in a hopeless world. Caught between romance and cults, gods and mortals, and just trying to find a good borscht, Enaia Jin is lead down a dark path by new lovers that reveal a twisted fantasy world and her own true nature. Set in a post-apocalyptic future where corporations rule, this adventurous tale of loneliness, deceit and self-discovery begins here! Written and drawn by alt-pop phenomenon Lights, Skin & Earth ties directly into her next full length album, released in Fall 2017 on Warner Bros Records.
Written by Ollie Masters Art by Lucas Werneck Cover by Luca PizzariFinal issue! As Opie and the club zero in on his location, Jax breaks free from the Israeli gangsters and starts a bloody fight in his escape.
Written by Ray Fawkes & Chuck Wendig Art by Johnny Desjardins & Alvaro Sarreseca Cover by Stephen SegoviaThe last days of the heroic age have arrived, threatening not just the existence of Earth's protectors but humankind itself. As chaos envelops the world, Magnus discovers how human he really is, while Solar solves a truly shocking mystery! And prepare yourself for Turok's Lost Valley like you've NEVER seen it before! BONUS TUROK STORY: The penultimate chapter of Turok's tale! Turok and his uncertain ally Arthok have been captured by the cruel ruler of Railtown, reuniting Arthok with his lost love - but at what cost? Because now they've both been sentenced to DEATH!
Written by Derek Drymon Art by David DeGrand & Jerry Ordway Cover by Jerry OrdwayLearn the final fate of renegade SpongeBob Comics artist Pencils the Pirate in the stupefying conclusion to 'Lost Booty!' Stranded on a becalmed ship in the middle of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, Pencils struggles against two frightful foes: a horrible sea monster and, worse, writer's block! There's but one thing that can save his nautical bacon - SpongeBob himself! But how will our yellow, porous hero get to the surface in time? Find out in this reality-bending yarn of deadlines and doofuses! Plus underwater floods, ocean facts, and 'SpongeFunnies' by James Kochalka!
Written by Romano Scarpa & Thad Komorowski Art by Romano Scarpa Cover by John Loter'The Bodacious Butterfly Trail,' Part 2 of 2! A centuries-old bug with a built-in treasure map is leading Scrooge McDuck to fortunes untold-but now the terrible Beagle Boys might be one step ahead!
Written by Frank J. Barbiere Art & Cover by Victor SantosNEW STORY ARC Chapter 6: BASTARDS OF YOUNG
Written by David Walker Art by Jonas Scharf Cover by Mikhail BorulkoSan Francisco lies in ruin, as the war for survival between man and ape rests on the shoulders of one solitary soul. Prequel to the upcoming Fox film!
Written by Garth Ennis Art & Cover by Tomas AriaAs war spreads across the Mediterranean, Robin's squadron find themselves battling the Germans in the skies over Italy. But with Antonio Valenzano attached as local liaison, Robin begins to understand his own country's complicity in Antonio's tragedy in part two of The Flower of My Heart, by Garth Ennis and Tomas Aira. Available with Regular, Wraparound Covers by Thomas Aria, Good Girl Nose Art and Battle Damage Premium Covers by Matt Martin.
Written by George Mann Art & Cover by Tazio Bettin & Enrica Eren AngioliniBY SUPERSTAR WRITER GEORGE MANN (WARHAMMER 40,000 NOVELS; DARK SOULS; DOCTOR WHO), WITH ART BY TAZIO BETTIN (INDEPENDENCE DAY)!
Written by Beau SmithArt by Angel Hernandez Cover by Chris EvenhuisOutlaws. Mavericks. Werewolves. These are The Banditos, the gang Wynonna ran with in her wildest, pre-Black Badge days. Somebody, or something is killing them off, one by one. It's up to Wynonna to return to her roots, and find out why! Telling the never-before-seen story of Wynonna's outlaw past-only hinted at on Syfy's Wynonna Earp TV series-finally revealed here! ò Never-before-told story that ties into Syfy's Wynonna Earp TV series! ò Wynonna Earp returns to Syfy in June! ò Secrets of Wynonna Earp's past revealed!
Written by Chad Bowers Art & Cover by Jim Towe'REBORN,' Part Three Answers lead to even more questions as the search for Man-Up continues! But Vogue's plan to infiltrate HELP! headquarters backfires when Youngblood's sordid legacy threatens to tear the fledgling team apart.
Written by Ivan Brandon Art & Cover by Nic KleinGhost Town is destroyed. The planet Ouro is coming apart at the seams. But even with the world breaking around him, Abram Pollux can only think of revenge on the man named Bell Emmerich. IVAN BRANDON & NIC KLEIN are proud to present the final chapter in their brooding sci-fi epic. All mysteries will be solved. All questions answered. All scores settled. Collects DRIFTER #15-19
Author(s): Kyou Shirodaira, Chasiba KataseBoth touched by spirits called yokai, Kotoko and Kuro have gained unique superhuman powers. But to gain her powers Kotoko has given up an eye and a leg, and Kuro's personal life is a shambles. So when Kotoko suggests they team up to deal with renegades from the spirit world, Kuro doesn't have many other choices, but Kotoko might just have a few ulterior motives.
Written & Art & Cover by Geof DarrowGeof Darrow's slick, precise inks and stunning detail have amazed comics fans for decades, from his early work with Moebius to Hard Boiled, his first collaboration with Frank Miller, to the overwhelming success of his current series, The Shaolin Cowboy.
Written by Hugo Pratt Art & Cover by Milo ManaraThe second volume of Manara Library, in a paperback edition at last! This volume features the enthralling historical epic El Gaucho, the second of Manara's storied collaborations with his mentor, Hugo Pratt, as well as Trial by Jury, a series of captivating shorts in which some of history's most notorious figures undergo mock trials. o The only comprehensive English collection of Manara's work.
Written by Katsuyuki SumizawaArt by Tomofumi OgasawaraOne of the biggest anime/manga properties of all time returns with the release of Mobile Suit Gundam Wing. A longtime hit of the Cartoon Network, Gundam Wing remains one of the most recognised Japanese titles in recent history spinning off a number of movie, books and model collections. 'The Glory of Losers' retells the original Wing story by incorporating elements of the anime and its recent light novel adaptations.
Written & Art & Cover by Walter SimonsonRagnarök, the doom of the gods, has finally occurred. But the long-held belief that evil would be destroyed along with the gods in that final conflagration proved false. Only the gods died. The Nine Worlds collapsed and became the Dusk Lands, a vast twilight realm inhabited by men, trolls, demons, and shattered kingdoms, under the tyranny of the Great Enemies. After hundreds of years, a single god emerged into the post-Ragnarök world, Thor, the God of Thunder. But Angantyr, the Lord of the Dead, has discovered his reappearance, and unleashes his draugar, the undead walkers, against the Thunder God, seeking to destroy the last vestige of the former worlds, and the only hope for the present one. Collects issues #7-12.
Written by Christophe Bec and Philippe ThiraultArt by Stefano RaffaeleAleppo, Syria, 1934. Following a major archaeological discovery, German soldiers from the esoteric branch of the Nazi party forcibly take over the site and hold the French-led archaeological team hostage. The Nazis are after an ancient weapon that they hope can further their world conquering plans, but in the process of uncovering it they awaken Mot, a primeval divinity that proves utterly impossible to control. A tale of suspense, action-adventure, and horror for fans of Indiana Jones and Lovecraftian horror.
Written by Matt GroeningBart starts his own humor magazine, and it isn't long before Springfield's resident funnyman Krusty the Clown wants in on the business. Then, donut-lovers Homer Simpson and Chief Clancy Wiggum take over each other's deliciously do-nothing jobs. And speaking of switcheroos, Bart boards the wrong airplane and finds himself mistaken for local Springshire ladà Brit Simpson. And when Ned Flanders opens his own friendly tavern, Homer finds himself torn between two bartenders, the ever-surly Moe or everyone's favorite neighborino. Throw in an alien abduction, some home disrepair, a pseudo-scientific trip to an alternate reality, a ghostly superhero pairing, and a rescue mission beneath the nuclear power plant, and you have the most colossal compendium yet!
Written by Pierre ChristinArt by Jean-Claude MezieresCollecting volumes 3 to 5: The Land Without Stars, Welcome to Alflolol and Birds of the Master, three stories that introduce the societal criticism aspect of the series; battle of the sexes, totalitarianism and extreme productivism are lambasted, but never at the expense of fantasy or of the action. As the two characters travel from world to distant world, Laureline becomes a truly equal partner, far from the stereotypical female sidekick roles of the time. Finally, the second part of the exclusive interview with the authors and director Luc Besson is followed by an in-depth portrait of Pierre Christin, the writer.
Written by Pierre ChristinArt by Jean-Claude MezieresThis third book of the collected edition containing volumes 6 to 8: Ambassador of the Shadows the story that directly inspired Luc Besson's film On the False Earths and Heroes of the Equinox. Over the course of these titles, among the finest in the series, Laureline takes her rightful place as the brains of the outfit, while Valerian fully embraces his role as anti-hero: always brave, but often a bit out of his depth. You will also find the end of the interview with Luc Besson and the authors, and an in-depth portrait of Jean-Claude Mezieres, the artist.