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MOONSTONE BOOKS

NORTHERN GUARD #1





Written by Ty Templeton, art by David Cutler, cover by Jason Edmiston.

Years ago, during the Golden Age of Comics, there was a group of colorful heroes who fought the good fight, stomped the bad criminals, and wiped out the really evil Nazis, far from the eyes of American comic fans, up in the frozen North of Canada. With stars like Johnny Canuck, Freelance, Commander Steele, Ghost Woman, Purple Rider and the Red Rogue, (amongst so many others), the comic books of the wartime Canadian Whites are considered by knowledgeable fans to be amongst the best created anywhere in the golden age. But these stories have never seen print in the United States, and the characters have rarely been seen outside of Canada. Until now. Moonstone's all-Canadian creative team tells all-new, full length stories, updating these classic characters for the 21st Century, complete with added, never before seen reprints of classic tales from the Golden Age for a punch filled package of epic comic adventure. Our main story takes place in the middle of the 21st Century, when international competition for dwindling water and power resources have led the world to the brink of war. A mad Russian physicist attempts to impose his own peace on the belligerent nations, and sets off a device meant to disarm all the radioactive material on Earth. It was supposed to work all at once, no more nuclear devices, peace for all time. But it didn't work that way, and instead it plunges most of the planet into a permanent and mysterious blackout. A new, electricity-free Dark Age, from which there seems to be no escape. All except for a one long stretch of North America -- a hundred miles wide and three thousand miles long -- through Alaska, across Canada, and down to Detroit through to New York City -- the power is still working and the lights are still on. And the Red Rogue's device that set all this in motion, seems to have given the locals super-powers.

40 pages, $3.99.


SECRET AGENT X #1





Written by Mel Odom and Mike W. Barr, art by Robert Geronimo, colored by Jason Jensen, covered by Tom Grindberg.

A Moonstone "Return of the Originals" event! Join Buffy novelist Mel Odom, who shows Secret Agent X as the ultimate spy.Ê He works within the US as well as overseas, against spies and scientists, battling men with guns and emerging super weapons. His greatest asset is that no one knows who he is, but that makes him a loner, just a man, in his war against the Nazis and other predators that align themselves against the United States. He can be anybody, anywhere...you will never see him coming. Plus: The Green Lama!

32 pages, $3.50.


CHICKS IN CAPES





Written by Nancy Holder, Elaine Lee, Jennifer Fallon and Trina Robbins, edited by Lori Gentile and Karen O'Brien, interior spot illustrations by Emily Stone, covers by Nicola Scott and Emily Stone, introduction by Maggie Thompson.

Chicks in Capes is fun and provoking collection of new prose short stories by a wide range of female authors: including NYT Bestselling authors Nancy Holder, Debbie Viguie, and Jennifer Fallon, along with comic book herstorian Trina Robbins, and a host of other popular fiction and comic book contributors. All of the stories are about super heroines, many characters created exclusively for this collection, and featuring new stories about established characters: Lady Action and Domino Lady. All contributors for the book are female! Strong female super-heroine characters from all walks of life are included in this stellar anthology: a parking valet, an archeologist, a bike messenger, a nurse, a holocaust survivor and many more. There is something for everyone is this anthology: action, adventure, drama, romance, science-fiction, and more!

208 pages, $14.99.


HONEY WEST #3







Written by Elaine Lee, art by Ronn Sutton, colors by Ken Wolak, cover by Lee Moyer. Cover: Lee Moyer

New story arc, part 1 of 3! Honey is hired by an anonymous employer, Honey goes undercover on the set of low-budget sci-fi film Amazons of Mars to investigate the mysterious death of Zu Zu Varga, queen of the B-movies. It looks like murder, but who had motive? Was it the scheming ingenue, the down-on-his luck director, the jealous agent, or the ageing teen heartthrob? Robots, aliens and murder in 1960s CA!

32 pages, $3.50.


BLACK BAT DOUBLESHOT: BLACK DEATH #2




Written by Mike Bullock, art by Michael Metcalf, cover by Tom Grindberg.

An army of junkies threatens the projects and only Black Bat has the fix they need. Meanwhile, Death Angel investigates what would turn a man from spurned lover to homicidal spree killer. Before the caped crusader patrolled the streets, before horn head prowled the back alleys, the original dark avenger hunted evil men. The Black Bat is back and hell's coming with him!

32 pages, $3.50.


ZOMBIES VS. CHEERLEADERS #2










Written by Brandon Jerwa, Bill Maus, Steven L., art by Remy Mokhtar, Bill Maus and Benjamin, covers by Daniel Campos, Pasquale Qualano, Joe Pekar and Ben Tan.

Jerwa brings us a hilarious tale of what happens when the last zombie and the last cheerleader alive have to co-exist. Plus, two other wicked stories. Covers by Daniel Campos, Pasquale Qualano,ÊJoe Pekar, and Ben Tan. The back cover is sketch friendly!

32 pages, $3.99.
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BLUEWATER PRODUCTIONS

TREASURE CHEST (TRADE PAPERBACK)




Written and art by various, cover by Adam Ellis.

Bluewater brings back the classic comic book series that started in 1946. Its inspirational stories of sports and folk heroes, saints, school kids, history, science and similar topics were drawn by artists that included such prominent figures as EC's Reed Crandall, Graham Ingels and Joe Orlando, Marvel Comics' Joe Sinnott, and DC Comics' Murphy Anderson and Jim Mooney. Other features included literary adaptations and such typical comics fare as funny animal humor strips.

$15.99.


WILLIAM SHATNER PRESENTS: QUEST FOR TOMORROW #3



Written by David McIntee, pencils by and Joey Mason.

Jim has found new friends and enemies, but his actions have put him deeper into danger. Can he stay out of the clutches of the authorities, and avoid the effects of the mysterious Pleb Psychosis, long enough to act upon the clues he's discovered to the identity of Delta, the force behind the violence that has shattered his life and brought him to Earth?

32 pages, $3.99.


INSANE JANE: AVENGING STAR #4



Written by Darren G. Davis and Zach Hunchar, pencils and cover by GMB.

All of your questions will be answered. The villain is revealed. Lives hang in the balance. The most nerve-wracking ending to the most talked about mini-series of the year. The end is here. Or, perhaps, what's really arrived is the end of the beginning.

32 pages, $3.99.


LOGAN'S RUN: AFTERMATH #5




Written by Paul Salamoff, art by Jeff Winstead and a cover by Jacob Bear.

Tara-8's offer appeals to Logan but he has no desire to get caught up in the madness of the new world. Unfortunately plans have been put into motion and as destiny beckons the ex-Sandman, this time it looks like he's the one in need of salvation.

32 pages, $3.99.


QUATERMAIN (ORIGINAL GRAPHIC NOVEL)



Written by Clay and Susan Griffith, pencils and cover by Patricio Carbajal.

Allan Quatermain journeys deep into the unexplored, mysterious forests of equatorial Africa to repay a debt of honor and avenge a wrong. He encounters the dangerous Lord of Locusts, Bwana Nzige, a slaver from Zanzibar. Nzige is a capricious dictator who is creating an empire built on ivory and blood.

$15.99.


FAME: THE CAST OF GLEE




Written by C.W. Cooke and Patrick McCormack, pencils by Beniamino Bradi, cover by Michal Szyksznian.

From the sold-out Fame series comes the story all Gleeks were waiting for: the biography of the cast and creator of Glee. From Ryan Murphy to Lea Michele and more of the cast, Fame takes a look at how all of these men and women became part of a global phenomenon. From the hit FOX series, it's your turn to be a Gleek. You know you want to.

32 pages, $3.99.


VINCENT PRICE PRESENTS #25



Written by C. Edward Sellner, pencils by Manoel Moreira, cover by Mike Bennett.

In an original tale of the macabre, it's a story of heroes, monsters and damsels in distress. But in this tale nothing is quite what it seems. When a young biker comes to the rescue he finds himself caught up in a fight for his life. Can he save the girl? And if so, who will save him? "Pawns," a standalone, thrill-a-minute run through the woods!

32 pages, $3.99.


NANNY & HANK #4



Written by Mark L. Miller, pencils and cover by Steven Babb.

Nanny & Hank must protect their grandchildren from bloodthirsty vampires without revealing to them that they are vampires themselves in this pulse pounding conclusion to the miniseries with horror and heart.

32 pages, $3.99.


POLITICAL POWER: BILL O'REILLY



Written by Patrick McCray, pencils by Beniamino Bradi, cover by Simon Wright.

The star of the highest rated opinion show on cable television, Bill O'Reilly has overcome humble beginnings to become a best-selling author and the most famous pundit on TV today and more powerful than the majority of the politicians he covers. While his style has become legendary and some of his on-air confrontations have become classics, this is a chance to learn what "factors" influenced him at a young age to become the brash, influential, opinionated superstar he is today.

32 pages, $3.99.


FEMALE FORCE: BETTY WHITE





Written by Patrick McCray, pencils by Todd Tennant, covers by Adam Ellis and Juan Mar Studios.

Betty White: GoldenGirl Goes Platinum traces the amazing life of the actor, writer, wit, and humanitarian who has also been Hollywood's most enduring "it girl" for over sixty astounding years. From the earliest days of television to the cutting edge of Facebook and SNL, Betty always makes the scene!

32 pages, $3.99.


IT CAME FROM BENEATH THE SEA...AGAIN (ORIGINAL GRAPHIC NOVEL)



Written by Clay Griffith and Susan Griffith, pencils by Chris Noeth and Todd Tennant, cover by Noeth.

This is the sequel to the cult film. In the 1950s, the U.S. Navy encountered and destroyed a gigantic octopus that attacked shipping and wreaked havoc on the west coast of the United States. American forces killed the creature and ended the threat once and for all. Or so they thought. They were wrong. Now, another monster is rising in the warm blue waters surrounding Taru Taru, a speck of land far out in the Pacific. And this time it's worse than anyone ever imagined.

$14.99.


PISTOLFIST (TRADE PAPERBACK)



Written by Earl Flanary, art by Guinaldo, cover by Rob Richardson.

Inspired by true characters and events, this critically acclaimed adventure asks the pivotal question; How precious is your freedom? Would you fight for it? Would you dare to die for it? Questions abound in this sweeping, cinematic saga of a runaway slave and his mysterious destiny. A destiny helplessly intwined with that of a frail Benjamin Franklin and a fledgling nation called...America. This special edition collects all four issues of the historic limited series and the rare, action-packed Blackbeard Legacy vs Pistolfist one-shot inspired by a poem written by a 12-year-old Ben Franklin.

$9.99.


FAME: CAST OF TWILIGHT (TRADE PAPERBACK)






Written by Ryan Burton and Kim Sherman, art by various, cover by Juan Mar Studios.

Homemaker Stephenie Meyer made history with her best-selling Twilight Saga books. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner played out her captivating icons seamlessly, earning each a definitive Fame status. Though Twilight was the catalyst, read more to learn why each is deserving of their A-list status through their other ventures as well.

32 pages, $3.99.


DEATHSPORT #1



Written by Mark L. Miller, pencils and cover by Roy Stewart.

In the near future, three teens find themselves thrust into a twisted version of the Olympic Games against a horde of vicious Sportsmen and a blood-thirsty crowd of onlookers! David, Carrie, and Dean play a game where winning and losing are matters of life and death from Mark L. Miller!

32 pages, $3.99.


FAME: LADY GAGA: TAKE 2





Written by CW Cooke, pencils by Dan Glasi, covers by Adam Ellis and Michal Szyksznian.

From the hit comic series comes the biography of Lady Gaga, take 2! You've all seen the music videos. The performances. The award show acceptance speeches and the interviews. We all know her name and her image but how many of us really know the story of Gaga? From her early days at NYU to her music videos and MTV performances, take a look behind the curtain and learn the truth about Lady Gaga. Become one of her little monsters and get a behind the scenes look.

32 pages, $3.99.
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ATOMIC ROBO AND THE DEADLY ART OF SCIENCE #1



Written by Brian Clevinger, art by Scott Wegener.

Chicago, 1930. Mobsters! Hijacked lab equipment! Mystery Men! Gunfights! Car chases! A mad scientist's machines, machinations, and the conspiracy behind it all! Tesla, too! And that's just in the first issue of Atomic Robo and the Deadly Art of Science!

32 pages, $3.50.
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DUNGEONS & DRAGONS #1



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Written by John Rogers, art by Andrea Di Vito, cover by Tyler Walpole, Wayne Reynolds. Beginning a new era in Dungeons & Dragons history! The genre-defining roleplaying game gets its first ongoing series in more than 20 years! A tale of high adventure and deep secrets. Adric Fell leads a band of heroes in a world where civilization has been reduced to a few scattered points of light amid a rising tide of shadows.

32 pages, $3.99.


G.I. JOE: FUTURE NOIR SPECIAL #1



Written by Andy Schmidt, art and cover by Giacomo Bevilacqua. And now, for something different: IDW and Hasbro present an all-new take on the famed soldiers that includes high-explosive action in anime-influenced "future noir" style! Join DUKE and SCARLETT on this special two-part extra-length adventure as they take their team into a mysterious investigation that's about to turn their world upside down! What is this COBRA cult? And how can it have Japan under its control?

56 pages, black and white, $7.99.


G.I. JOE #24



Written by Chuck Dixon, art and cover by Robert Atkins. "M.A.S.S. Destruction" continues as Mainframe and Dial-Tone engage in long-range combat in the Hindu Kush using predator drones. They bring the fight to COBRA from ten thousand miles away and learn that, even in a virtual war, the heart can be a casualty. See StormShadow in action, and also, what will a captured COBRA Viper reveal to the Joes?

32 pages, $3.99.


G.I. JOE: ORIGINS #21



Written by David Lapham, art by Werther Dell'Edera, cover by Tom Feister.

David Lapham's "Sedition by Numbers" continues here! The Mad Monk begins his training with COLOSSUS WORLD SECURITY, INC., which is owned by COBRA, of course. Torture is the routine and Monk is singled out for extra attention. If the camp doesn't break him, then his first mission might have him wondering whose side he's on. There's no bottom to this rabbit hole.

32 pages, $3.99.


G.I. JOE: A REAL AMERICAN HERO #160



Written by Larry Hama, art by Agustin Padilla, covers by Padilla, Rod Whigham.

Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow switch sides. Baroness gets deprogrammed. Billy gets taken over completely by Dr. Venom. Blame it all on the Brainwave Scanner!

32 pages, $3.99.


G.I. JOE: COBRA #10



Written by Mike Costa, Christos N. Gage, art and cover by Antonio Fuso. At last we return to the story of Chuckles, who was last seen in the custody of none other than Cobra Commander!Ê But is he a prisoner... or an honored guest?Ê Can the man whose life was ruined by pretending to join Cobra have finally given in?

32 pages, $3.99.


G.I. JOE: COBRA, VOL. 2 TPB



Written by Mike Costa, Christos N. Gage, art and cover by Antonio Fuso.

CHUCKLES is the only man alive to have successfully infiltrated COBRA... and he's M.I.A. Has he been killed? Defected? Gone rogue to fight a one-man war against the enemy? None of these alternatives are acceptable to GENERAL HAWK. He wants CHUCKLES back with G.I. JOE, so he's sending a new JOE to retrieve him. But what she finds may be worse than anyone could have imagined... Also, get a deeper look inside COBRA than ever before, as TOMAX, XAMOT, and Erika continue to feel the effects of the previous miniseries, and several COBRA operatives are introduced for the first time in an IDW book!

122 pages, $19.99.


G.I. JOE: HEARTS AND MINDS



Written by Max Brooks, art by Howard Chaykin, Antonio Fuso, cover by Bill Tortolini.

Tanks, planes, guns, and bombs are the tools of war, but in order to succeed you must win over the HEARTS AND MINDS. Max Brooks, writer of World War Z, brings his gut-wrenching storytelling approach to G.I. JOE. Partnered with critically-acclaimed artists Howard Chaykin and Antonio Fuso, Brooks cracks open ten G.I. JOE and COBRA characters, revealing their true hidden nature, their highest highs and lowest lows, and leaves you tensely gripping your chair and confronting your own fears. It's G.I. JOE like you've never experienced before.

132 pages, $24.99.


TRANSFORMERS #13



Written by Mike Costa, art by Nick Roche, covers by Don Figueroa, Roche.

RODIMUS might be impulsive, but he's not stupid. The last anyone saw of him, he was rocketing off Earth in disgrace and a stolen ship. In this issue we finally see where he went, what his plan was, and which long-absent DECEPTICONS he came up against. Mike Costa and fan-favorite artist Nick Roche deliver a stand-alone issue that sets up the entire second year of the hit ongoing series.

32 pages, $3.99.


TRANSFORMERS: BEST OF GRIMLOCK



Written by Simon Furman, Bob Budiansky, art by Don Figueroa, more, cover by Klaus Scherwinski.

When it comes to the DINOBOTS, GRIMLOCK is the boss. Maybe not the brightest 'bot from CYBERTRON, he could very well be the strongest, and most committed to whatever offensive he's been directed to complete. To his team, he is a stalwart leader, unknowing of fear. Now read more about GRIMLOCK in this collection of his greatest stories.

144 pages, $19.99.


TRANSFORMERS: SECTOR 7 #3



Written by John Barber, art by Joe Suitor, cover by Brian Rood. Let us tell you a story of two bank robbers named Bonnie and Clyde--and their transforming death car! When young Margo Simmons helps her estranged father investigate mysterious rumors in Texas, she finds herself caught up in jailbreaks, Tommy-guns, and nonstop action as she tracks down the legendary outlaws and comes face to face with the most vicious Transformer ever made!

32 pages, $3.99.


TRANSFORMERS: NEFARIOUS



Written by Simon Furman, art and cover by Carlos Magno.

The sequel to TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN starts here! What is The Initiative? More to the point, why doesn't the all-seeing SOUNDWAVE know anything about it? How did they come to reanimate/control RAVAGE? SOUNDWAVE must find the answers, and he'll destroy anything in his path to get them! The big screen adventures of the TRANSFORMERS continue.

148 pages, $19.99.


GEORGE R.R. MARTIN'S DOORWAYS #1



Written by George R.R. Martin, art by Stefano Martino, cover by Martino, Rebecca Wrigley.

What if you could open a doorway into another world? When a strange, feral young woman suddenly appears in the middle of the highway causing a massive explosion, Dr. Tom Mason doesn't quite know what to make of her, or the strange device on her arm.

32 pages, $3.99.


TRUE BLOOD #5



Written by David Tischman, Mariah Huehner, art by David Messina, cover by Messina, Joe Corroney.

Sex with his hot teacher has disastrous results for the teenaged Jason, but it's Lafayette's coming-of-age story, and how it may have affected his psychologically fragile mother that gives the Imp Shaloop -- the spirit holding them hostage -- a rise. Will Bill get to his story before daylight, and why does Sookie think the trickster spirit may be hiding the biggest secret of all?ÊThe truth is black and white -- and red all over.Ê

32 pages, $3.99.


SPIKE #2



Written by Brian Lynch, art and cover by Franco Urru. Spike takes in all Las Vegas has to offer -- the gambling, the women, and a hit new show called Cirque de No Slay.ÊYes, somebody's made a show about Spike's life, but they're rewriting history.ÊWho's responsible?ÊThe answer to that isn't half as shocking as how Spike handles it. Get ready for the ultimate battle of Spike vs. Evil!

32 pages, $3.99.


ANGEL: ILLYRIA #1



Written by Scott Tipton, Mariah Huehner, art by Elena Casagrande, cover by Jenny Frison.

Re-born out of tragedy, older than time, Illyria has been one of the most mysterious and alien members of Team Angel since her resurrection. Infected with the memories of those who loved Fred, Illyria now struggles with the burden of her guilt. Seeking out help from Angel and Spike, Illyria begins a quest that will take her back into her past, and face the consequences of being made whole again in a world she does not belong in.

32 pages, $3.99.


ANGEL #39



Written by David Tischman, Mariah Huehner, art by Elena Casagrande, cover by Jenny Frison.

"The Wolf, the Ram, and the Heart, part 1!" Now that all the weirdness has been explained, Angel and company are looking to get back to what they do best. Except an old enemy with the letters W and H comes back, Angel gets transported, and a whole new can of demony worms is opened. Literally.

32 pages, $3.99.


LOCKE & KEY: KEYS TO THE KINGDOM #3




Written by Joe Hill, art and cover by Gabriel Rodriguez. 28 spell-binding and skin-crawling issues of Locke & Key -- crammed into one! Time fliesÉ when you're fighting for your life!

32 pages, $3.99.


SILENT HILL: PAST LIFE #2



Written by Tom Waltz, art and cover by Menton3.

IDW's return to Konami's horror masterpiece continues! Jebediah "Hellrider" Foster has made his way to Silent Hill with his wife Esther. But he's learning his dark past has come with him, too, and there's no escaping the hellish shadows he's cast for all his violent life. By Tom Waltz (writer of Silent Hill: Sinner's Reward and the Silent Hill 8 videogame to be released in 2011), with artwork by Menton3 (Zombies Vs. Robots Aventure). Featuring a character from the new videogame!

32 pages, $3.99.


STAR TREK: KHAN: RULING IN HELL #2




Written by Scott Tipton, David Tipton, art by Fabio Mantovani, cover by Michael Stribling. What was once a paradise begins to crumble between Khan's fingers. Following a planetary cataclysm, Khan must contend with the rapid deterioration of his formerly ripe and bountiful new home on Ceti Alpha V. In the face of dwindling resources and the beginnings of a revolt from within, Khan continues to hold out hope for rescue and the eventual salvation of his people. But for how long?

32 pages, $3.99.


STRANGE SCIENCE FANTASY #5



Written by Scott Morse, art by Morse and Paul Pope, cover by Morse.

Ever had your heartstrings pulled just a bit too hard? Ever had the love of your life wrap you around their finger? Êver had to bend to the will of romance, only to fall flat? Then you know what's got the FOOLISH FLING all bent out of shape! An ordinary man that's turned to putty in the hands of love finds himself twisted in a knot... but can he bounce back? ÊThis issue of Morse's acclaimed Strange Science Fantasy is a love-letter to comic book legend, Jack Cole, folks, so be prepared for a stretch. Plus, an all-new one-page tale by Paul Pope!

30 pages, $3.99.


PHOENIX WITHOUT ASHES #4



Written by Harlan Ellison, art by Alan Robinson, cover by John K. Snyder III.

Devon returns to Cypress Corners with news of his stunning discovery! The population's survival depends on heeding his warning, but Elder Micah will not let the truth be heard. The Council judges Devon guilty of heresy -- and the sentence is death! With the fate of all humanity in his hands, Devon must find a way to escape his imprisonment and convince his love of the truth... before it's too late!

32 pages, $3.99.


LAST UNICORN #6



Written by Peter S. Beagle, Peter Gillis, art by Renae De Liz, covers by De Liz, Frank Stockton.

The final chapter in the quest for the lost unicorns brings our friends heartache, a death, and the bittersweet power of love. The unicorn finally faces the terrible power of the Red Bull, and must choose between saving her kind, and rescuing the young man who loves her.

32 pages, $3.99.


WITCH & WIZARD: OPERATION ZERO #6



Written by Dara Naraghi, art and cover by Victor Santos.

The latest all-new adventure of James Patterson's characters from the hit novels of the same name continues! In "Operation Zero," set between the first novel and the new release, an effort to depose the One Who Is The One, Whit and Wisty risk it all by accepting the aide of their new-found friend from within the very ranks of the New Order's inner sanctum. But will their trust be rewarded or are they merely being set-up for another fall. It's an all-out war against their magical powers, as our sibling heroes cast their spells and lead the charge to set their world free!

30 pages, $3.99.


JAMES PATTERSON'S MURDER OF KING TUT HC



Written by James Patterson, Alexander Irvine, art by Christopher Mitten, Ron Randall, cover by Dave Dorman.

The Murder of King Tut adapts best-selling author James Patterson's New York Times bestselling novel in this exciting new series. As we visit the Egyptian landscapes back in the time of the Boy King (with art by Christopher Mitten), we also follow the trials and tribulations of his discoverer, Howard Carter, as he searches tomb after tomb looking for what most other archeologists are certain doesn't exist, the Tomb of Tutankhamen and the clues to his controversial and mysterious death (art by Ron Randall)!

132 pages, $24.99.


KILL SHAKESPEARE #7



Written by Conor McCreery, Anthony Del Col, art by Andy Belanger, cover by Kagan McLeod. The play's the thingÉ it's Twelfth Night and the Prodigals celebrate their first victory over Richard. The festivities bring music, merriment and a magical carnival -- as well as a mysterious ringleader that sheds impossible insight into Hamlet's past, forcing the Prince to come face-to-face with a shameful secret that may turn Juliet and others against him forever.

32 pages, $3.99.


KILL SHAKESPEARE, VOL. 1



Written by Conor McCreery, Anthony Del Col, art and cover by Andy Belanger.

What Fables does for fairy tales, Kill Shakespeare does with the greatest writer of all time. This dark take on the Bard pits his greatest heroes (Hamlet, Juliet, Othello Falstaff) against his most menacing villains (Richard III, Lady Macbeth, Iago) in an epic adventure to find and kill a reclusive wizard named William Shakespeare.

148 pages, $19.99.


GHOSTBUSTERS: HAUNTED HOLIDAYS




Written by Dara Naraghi, Keith Dallas, Jim Beard, Peter David, art by Salgood Sam, Josh Howard and more, cover by Nick Runge.

Join the Ghostbusters -- Egon, Ray, Peter, and Winston -- as they save the world from deadly haunts while still trying to take a break from the rat race. It's holiday season for the guys, and Christmas, Valentine's Day, Independence Day, and Halloween are a veritable feast of fun and fears, served up Ghostbusters-style in this all-new trade paperback collection.

104 pages, $17.99.


WIRE HANGERS



Written by Alan Robert, art and cover by Nelson.

Rocker Alan Robert of the legendary metal-crossover music group, Life of Agony, writes and illustrates this twisted horror/conspiracy series. Wire Hangers uses nightmarish visuals and graphic storytelling to depict a wave of abductions plaguing New York City. Pill-popping detectives, corrupt secret agents, and a mysterious, disfigured homeless man are all inter-connected in this horrific tale of revenge and redemption.

124 pages, $19.99.


MGM'S MIDNITE MOVIES: MOTEL HELL #2




Written by Matt Nixon, art by Chris Moreno, cover by Tim Bradstreet.

Cinematic psycho killers, Vincent & Ida Smith are cultivating their own special brand of cabbage patch "kids" from their pick of invited guests comprised of the snootiest snobs that ever lived! These visitors have no idea what's in store for them at the siblings' award-winning Napa Valley winery! Heads will roll, and we ain't talking lettuce! For immaturely mature readers.

30 pages, $3.99.


DRAGON AGE #6



Written by Orson Scott Card, Aaron Johnston, art by Mark Robinson, cover by Humberto Ramos.

Having escaped the templars, Gleam, Agmo, and the dwarf Minderel exit the Deep Roads in a camp under siege by a group of bandits. As the village burns Gleam must use her magic to put out the fires, as her father, the templar named Duty, is close on her heels. Having escaped, her fate is sealed -- she must be killed. But can her father kill her as he did her mother?

32 pages, $3.99.


DEAD SPACE: RETRIBUTION



Written by Antony Johnston, art and cover by Christopher Shy.

The USG Ishimura, the most famous of the Planetcracker class starships, is flung from orbit around Aegis VII after the disastrous events of Dead Space. It is lost somewhere in deep space, and both the Government and a powerful religious sect called "Unitology" believe it may still hold the Red Marker, an alien artifact that promises great power for either side, and both will stop at nothing to reach it first! This all-new Dead Space graphic novel picks up where the fan-favorite game leaves off!

104 pages, $17.99.


ETERNAL DESCENT #5


Written by Llexi Leon, art by Gabriel Guzman, cover by Jason Metcalf.

The battle with Wayne Static has left the city in smoldering ruins... and Lyra Constance burning with a new determination: Find Loki and bring his reign of madness to an end once and for all. But in Loki's lair, nothing is ever as it seems. What looks like a way in could be a perilous trap lying in wait. Guest starring Atreyu's Dan Jacobs and Travis Miguel!

32 pages, $3.99.


SHERLOCK HOLMES, VOL. 3



Written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, art and cover by Kelley Jones.

The continued re-presentation of Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary Sherlock Holmes! Kelley Jones provides striking color chapter art for this third volume, collecting Doyle's luscious stories in chronological order.

200 pages, $16.99.


SHOCKROCKETS



Written by Kurt Busiek, art and cover by Stuart Immonen. Sixty years in the future, Earth is protected by the Shockrockets -- an unbeatable squadron of hi-tech aircraft, built from a fusion of alien technology and the best Earth has to offer. Manned by the world's most elite pilots, the Shockrockets protect an unstable Earth as it rebuilds from a devastating invasion from space. Young, tech-mad Alejandro Cruz becomes the newest Shockrockets pilot by a freak of chance. Can he get up to speed before the Shockrockets' greatest foe takes over the world?

160 pages, $24.99.


RIP KIRBY, VOL. 3



Written, art and cover by Alex Raymond.

The third volume of Alex Raymond's modernist classic Rip Kirby contains nearly three years of strips, from September 24, 1951 through April 17. 1954, all drawn in Raymond's incredibly lush style. World's best photographer, the sexy Bijou Benson; a playboy sheik from Algiers; a revolution in the Middle East; the return of criminals Joe Seven, Fingers Moray, and the deadly Mangler; the deadly Lili Lavelle; all while Honey Dorian, of course, is not happy that Pagan Lee re-enters the picture. Edited and designed by Dean Mullaney, with a biographical and historical essay by Brian Walker.

320 pages, $49.99.


DANNY HUSK: THE HOLLOW PLANET



Written by Scott Thompson, Stephan Nilson, art and cover by Kyle Morton.

From the mind of Kids in the Hall's Scott Thompson comes a hilarious, fast-paced graphic novel based on his beloved character, Danny Husk. Danny Husk remains the unflappable everyman. Whether he's reading about his own kidnapping in the morning paper, or having his musk cause apocalyptic world peace, nothing gets him down or rattles his cage... until now! Danny finds himself in a new world where his average looks and demeanor make him an exotic, and highly-sought after individual. Danny must escape, with the help of an oddball cast of characters, and rescue his son before the Prince of Mu has them all executed!

120 pages, $19.99.


ART OF JEFFREY JONES



Written, art and cover by Jeffrey Jones.

Over the past 40 years, there have been few artists who have received as much acclaim and garnered as much attention as Jeffrey Jones. One of the most significant artists of the 20th Century is now one of the most significant artists of the 21st Century. From his early comic book work for Heavy Metal and National Lampoon, to his popular book covers for such authors as Dean Koontz and Andre Norton, to his move into fine art, Jones has inspired generations of painters and artists. This beautiful volume of his personal favorites will only enhance his reputation and cement his standing as one of America's greatest living artists. From the publishing house and designer of the Eisner Award winning Art of Brian Bolland and Eisner Award nominated The Art of P. Craig Russell.

256 pages, $49.99 (signed and numbered, $79.99).


KING AROO, VOL. 2



Written and art by Jack Kent.

The peaceable little kingdom of Myopia rocks with laughter in the second collection of Jack Kent's King Aroo. Colorful visitors come and go while Professor Yorgle pontificates, faithful Yupyop frets, and Mr. Elephant forgets everything but his own name! Kindly King Aroo presides over all the outlandish slapstick and witty wordplay in over seven hundred daily and Sunday comic strips from 1953-1954, edited and designed by Eisner Award-winner Dean Mullaney. Bruce Canwell continues his groundbreaking biography of Jack Kent, featuring rare photos and never-before-seen artwork. This classic comic is a treat for readers of all ages.

260 pages, $39.99.


FAMILY CIRCUS, VOL. 3



Written and art by Bil Keane.

The Family Circus Library Volume Three collects Bil Keane's classic comic strip for the years 1964 & 1965, both dailies and Sundays. Produced with the full cooperation of Bil Keane and family, this volume showcases the fine cartooning ability of the creator -- as well as displaying his obvious skill as a keen observer (pun intended), and one with the perfect cast to draw material from -- his own family!

260 pages, $39.99.


THE GREAT TREASURY OF CHRISTMAS COMIC BOOK STORIES



Written and art by Walt Kelly, John Stanley, Dan Noon, and more.

These wonderful Christmas comics from the Golden Age of Comics will warm the hearts of children of all ages. Top cartoonists like Walt "Pogo" Kelly, John "Little Lulu" Stanley, Dan Noonan, and many more penned the funny, heartwarming comics in this beautiful collection. You'll meet elves, reindeer, talking snowmen and funny animals -- and, of course, Santa Claus himself -- in terrific stories that will provide a sense of wonder for kids, Moms, Dads, Uncles, and Aunts.

176 pages, $34.99.


MICHAEL RECYCLE SAVES CHRISTMAS



Written by Ellie Bethel, art and cover by Alexandra Colombo.

Santa is in trouble -- the elves are running out of materials to make toys! If something doesn't change fast there won't be any toys for kids this Christmas -- each kid will only get one grey sock instead (there aren't enough socks for a pair even!). Cue Michael Recycle, our super green hero, who flies in with a message for Santa: Reuse and Recycle!

Whilst Michael teaches the elves to make gifts out of everyday items (bouncing balls out of lots of elastic bands, Christmas decorations from tin cans, bracelets out of paperclips etc), Solar Lola is busy providing enough light and electricity for the hive of activity that ensues!

32 pages, $15.99.
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THE SIXTH GUN #6



Written by Cullen Bunn, art and cover by Brian Hurtt.

General Hume is at the gates of the Maw -- and he's brought Hell with him! It's the final showdown between the forces of good and evil, and no one is safe. If Drake survives the undead battalion-- if he defeats Hume's malevolent henchmen -- he's still gazing down the barrel of a shoot-out with the Confederate general not even death could stop!

32 pages, black and white, $3.99.


SCOTT PILGRIM'S PRECIOUS LITTLE BOXSET




Written, art and cover by Bryan Lee O'Malley.

Looking for the perfect entry point into the world of Scott Pilgrim? Well, this is it, buddy! All six volumes of Bryan Lee O'Malley's epic tale of a slacker's quest to win the heart of the girl of his dreams by defeating her seven evil ex-boyfriends! All together in a beautiful new slipcase! Also includes an exclusive poster!

$72.


YO GABBA GABBA!: GABBA BALL! BOARD COMIC



Written and art by Chris Eliopoulos.

As innovative and fun as the show that inspired them, Board Comics are comics for the youngest comic fans! Cartoonist and Yo Gabba Gabba animator Chris Eliopoulos take DJ Lance, Muno, Brobee, Toodee, Foofa, and Plex out for a round of the best new game -- Gabba Ball! It's fun and learning with boombox buddies!

Board Comic, 16 pages, $7.99.


YO GABBA GABBA!: GOOD NIGHT, GABBALAND BOARD COMIC



Written by J. Torres, art and cover by Matt Loux.

As innovative and fun as the show that inspired them, Board Comics are comics for the youngest comic fans! All-star kids' comics creators J. Torres and Matt Loux combine their talents to get the Gabba gang ready for bed!

Board Comic, 16 pages, $7.99.


WASTELAND #30



Written by Antony Johnston, art by Christopher Mitten and Remington Veteto, cover by Ben Templesmith.

The "Enemy Within" story arc continues! Our focus turns at last to Golden Voice -- renowned Sun-Singer and holy man, turned violent revolutionary! Marcus' decision to conscript Sunners into the city Watch forces Golden Voice's hand, and even his own people aren't sure about his new tactics. Can he bring them to freedom? Or is the rebellion doomed?

32 pages, black and white, $3.50.
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THE LAST DAYS OF AMERICAN CRIME TP




Written by Rick Remender, art by Greg Tocchini, cover by Alex Maleev.

Now in paperback!

168 pages, $14.95.


RYDER ON THE STORM #2



Written by David Hine, art by Wayne Nichols, cover by Francesco Mattina.

Ryder learns the truth about his heritage and Charles Monk’s mysterious Order of the Sacred Blood -- and what he must do to stop the Dantons from rising to power. After discovering that a Daemon hive queen still lives beneath their city, Monk and Ryder enter the catacombs to exterminate the queen and her brood – but when Ryder takes the fight to Rebecca Danton, he learns of a terrible secret that will shed new light on the mystery of his murdered brother.

56 pages, $4.99.


DRIVER FOR THE DEAD #3



Written by John Heffernan, art and cover by Leonardo Manco.

The thrilling conclusion! After the capture of Marissa Freeman by the evil necromancer Fallow, Alabaster Graves is going hunting for a werewolf. But even if he successfully extracts the Needle of Undoing that can stop Fallow, Graves must uncover the truth about what his identity and purpose really is --not to mention cutting through a whole horde of undead to get to the final fight.

56 pages, $4.99.


ABATTOIR #2

Written by Rob Levin and Troy Peteri, art by Bing Cansino, cover by Tae Young Choi.

After real estate agent Richard Ashwalt refuses to sell the house of a horrendous murder to elderly gentleman Jebediah Crone, his life takes a turn for the worse. Accused of first-degree murder, Richard flees his home and his family to find Crone and clear his name – but his nightmares are getting worse and the line between dream and reality is beginning to blur...

32 pages, $3.50.
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Written by Rick Remender, art by Greg Tocchini, cover by Alex Maleev.

Now in paperback!

168 pages, $14.95.
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MINDFIELD #6



Written by J.T. Krul, pencils by Alex Konat, inks by Jon Bolerjack, colors by John Starr.

The war on terror reaches it's mind-bending conclusion! It's the moment of truth and the point of no return for Connor and his team of telepaths as they race to stop Lucien's destructive plan before thousands of lives are lost. This threat is exactly the type of situation they were designed for, but even if Connor and his team have the power to save the day, do they have the means to control that power? And more importantly, live with the consequences? Prepare for the world of Mindfield to be turned upside down as the first volume comes to its gripping conclusion! Plus, the last four-page Project Cobalt character story.

32 pages, $2.99.


SOULFIRE: DEFINITVE EDITION TPB



Written by Michael Turner, J.T. Krul and Jeph Loeb, art by Michael Turner and Joe Benitez, colors by Peter Steigerwald.

Aspen brings the most complete collection of Michael Turner's first-ever Aspen series, Soulfire, which, made its debut in the spring of 2003. This first volume collection contains: The never before solicited Soulfire: Beginnings issues, the rare Soulfire Preview, issue #0, and issues #1 through #10, including the special recap story by Joe Benitez featured in Aspen Seasons: Winter. As well, this TPB contains a huge section of original Soulfire designs, sketches, and script treatments, pin-ups from the Aspen Splash issues, along with a jam-packed complete Soulfire cover gallery and more seldom seen Soulfire goodies.

376 pages, $39.99.
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Continuing to dog the operations of Skid Caruso leads the Green Hornet and Kato to the bloody aftermath of a mob execution. Our heroes soon find themselves cornered at the scene of the crime by the police, leading to a daring rooftop confrontation. Meanwhile, flashbacks to Britt and Kato’s past reveal the creation of the Hornet’s underground hideaway in the very heart of 1938 Chicago and a highly unusual request that the Hornet makes of his operations technician. Will the Hornet and Kato succeed in discovering the secret vault that houses the sum of Caruso’s ill-gotten treasure?

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GREEN HORNET: BLOOD TIES #2 (of 4)




32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by ANDE PARKS • Art & cover by JOHNNY DESJARDINS
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As Green Hornet and Kato face off against one of Century City's most powerful drug lords, forces are gathering strength in the remaining crime families. Don Fannelli and Oni Juuma, straight from the pages of Kevin Smith's Green Hornet series, are aligning their forces and gathering strength. Murder, betrayal, and tested loyalties as all of these powerful forces race headlong toward a climactic conclusion that will shape Century City and Green Hornet forever.

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KEVIN SMITH’S KATO #8



32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by ANDE PARKS • Art by DIEGO BERNARD
Covers by ALÉ GARZA (main) & CARLOS RAFAEL (1-in-10)
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As Mulan continues to battle the villainous head of one of Black Hornet's splinter cells of assassins, she finds herself facing an entirely new kind of enemy. The crime lord Takeshi has imported a Japanese Shaman to launch a spiritual assault on Mulan. The all-new Kato finds herself fighting her most personal and intense battle yet as she deals with the ghosts of her own past. This issue ties in directly to the events of Kevin Smith's Green Hornet series.

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KATO ORIGINS #7: THE HELLFIRE CLUB





32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by JAI NITZ • Art by COLTON WORLEY
Covers by COLTON WORLEY (main) & FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA (1-in-10)
Get the first chapter of an all-new story arc! Kato travels to New York, and the infamous Hellfire Club, to sniff out a story for the Sentinel. Kato goes undercover as a Siamese prince to unearth an illegal business collusion from some of the East Coast's richest families. But when a prominent businessman is murdered in a closed room, everyone becomes a suspect. This looks like a job for a ninja crime fighter!


THE GREEN HORNET: PARALLEL LIVES #5



32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by JAI NITZ • Art by NIGEL RAYNOR
Cover by PAUL RENAUD
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In the final issue of the movie prequel, Kato finally arrives in America. Kato puts all his past experiences together (gadgets, martial arts, cars, and chemistry) in the city of Los Angeles. Kato meets a girl and gets his big break in Hollywood as a stuntman for action star Johnny Tong! Everything looks great until Johnny Tong goes out partying with Britt Reid.

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THE GREEN HORNET: GOLDEN AGE RE-MASTERED #5




40 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Based on the stories by FRAN STRIKER
Art by BERT WHITMAN ASSOCIATES
Cover by JOE RUBINSTEIN
Whether you are a recent or long-time Green Hornet fan, this series of classic Green Hornet reprints will be enjoyed by fans of all ages! Featuring stories written by Fran Striker, these 40 page issues are re-mastered for the first time! Featuring a new cover by artist, Joe Rubenstein!


THE LAST PHANTOM #4



32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by SCOTT BEATTY • Art by EDUARDO FERIGATO
Covers by ALEX ROSS (main), JOE PRADO (1-in-10) & FABIANO NEVES (1-in-15)
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The Phantom's legacy comes full circle as the epic "Ghost Walk" continues! The very first Ghost Who Walks battled buccaneers nearly five centuries ago in his earliest recorded adventures. Almost a half-millennium later, the current Kit Walker encounters modern-day piracy on the high seas! As he sets a course East to avenge his loved ones, does The Last Phantom have what it takes to avoid a watery grave?!

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THE BOYS #48



32 pages FC • $3.99 • Mature Readers
Written by GARTH ENNIS • Art by RUSS BRAUN
Cover by DARICK ROBERTSON
With Hughie absent, Butcher re-examines the Boys' first encounter with the Seven, trying to figure out what went wrong. But first there's some disquiet in the ranks to be dealt with, not to mention the return of an old and unexpected enemy- who finally, incredibly, has come into his own. Meanwhile, on the Seven's floating headquarters, a flying lesson goes badly awry...

Proper Preparation And Planning, part one.


THE BOYS: HIGHLAND LADDIE #4 (of 6)




32 pages FC • $3.99 • Mature Readers
Written by GARTH ENNIS • Art by JOHN McCREA
Cover by DARICK ROBERTSON
Hughie looks into the past of his erstwhile girlfriend Annie- aka Starlight of The Seven- but what he finds is not what he expected. Meanwhile, the true horror of Joe Tupper's smuggling operation is revealed...


THE BOYS VOL. 7: THE INNOCENTS




190+ pages FC • $19.99 • Mature Readers • (C:0-1-2)
Written by GARTH ENNIS • Art by DARICK ROBERTSON & RUSS BRAUN
Cover by DARICK ROBERTSON
So where are the good superheroes? The warriors for truth and justice, the defenders of the American way? The supes can't all be dirtbags... can they? Meet the true heroes of The Boys' universe, the young men and women who fight to make things right and ask nothing in return: the teenage adventurers from our far future that the world knows as SUPERDUPER! Meanwhile, convinced that Hughie was never what he seemed, Butcher goes to see the Legend... and sets something terrible in motion for our little Scots pal.

The Innocents reprints The Boys issues #39-47, along with a complete cover gallery by artist Darick Robertson.


RED SONJA #55





32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by ERIC TRAUTMANN • Art by STEPHEN SADOWSKI
Covers by PATRICK BERKENKOTTER (50%), MICHAEL AVON OEMING (25%) & WALTER GEOVANI (25%)
What do you do when the war is over and your comrades are dead on the battlefield? You find the nearest tavern and drink a toast: "To Absent Friends." Red Sonja considers her next move after the deadly conflicts in Shem (issues #51-#54), but where there's a tavern, there's some drunken fool who starts a fight...


QUEEN SONJA #14



32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by LUKE LIEBERMAN • Art by MEL RUBI
Covers by FABIANo NEVES (50%) & CARLOS RAFAEl (50%)
From wild child, to thief, to warrior - the metamorphosis is nearly complete as Sonja and Kain confront Lord Fellon in his lair. A suicide mission, but they must atone for their sins. And what of Jubal, their master, where do his loyalties lay? A thrilling episode that strikes at the heart of Red Sonja's psyche!


RED SONJA: DELUGE ONE-SHOT



48 pages FC • $4.99 • Teen +
Written by DAN BRERETON • Art by CHRIS BOLSON
Covers by DAN BRERETON (main) & CHRIS BOLSON (1-in-4)
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A violent storm floods the lonely countryside, and Sonja takes shelter in a cramped Inn. After a deadly altercation with the town bully, Sonja vows to keep out of the locals' power struggles. But when the dead man's brothers appear, all Hell breaks loose indoors as Mother Nature rages around them, threatening to awaken a long buried horror in the earth.

Also featuring reprints of classic Sonja material!

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PATRICIA BRIGGS’ MERCY THOMPSON: MOON CALLED #3


32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by PATRICIA BRIGGS w/ DAVID LAWRENCE
Art and cover by AMELIA WOO
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A dead werewolf’s been dumped at Mercy Thompson’s front door. The leader of the local wolf pack is desperately wounded by the assassins. His teen-age daughter kidnapped by the attackers. Our coyote shape-shifter needs help...but where can she turn?

With the loyalty of the pack in doubt Mercy’s headed back home to the one man she’s sure she can trust...and to a town that drove her out years ago. Will Mercy find the help she needs...or will old enemies make this trip her last?

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ROBERT JORDAN’S THE WHEEL OF TIME: THE EYE OF THE WORLD #7



32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by ROBERT JORDAN & CHUCK DIXON
Art and cover by ANDIE TONG
Rand and the others discover they are not alone on the road to Taren Ferry: they're being hunted by someone... or something. Can they escape safely across the river? And what can Moiraine do to ensure that they do? Find out in the next installment of ROBERT JORDAN'S WHEEL OF TIME: THE EYE OF THE WORLD!


JIM BUTCHER’S THE DRESDEN FILES: FOOL MOON VOL. 1 #2


32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by JIM BUTCHER & MARK POWERS • Art and cover by BRETT BOOTH
Adapting Book Two of the NY Times bestselling saga!

Harry's been on the outs with his close friend and most important client, Lt. Karrin Murphy, for months. Now, she's finally brought him back into the fold -- to help her solve a series of brutal, bloody murders that appear to have been committed by a werewolf. But even as he begins his investigation, Harry's problems are already piling up: there's no shortage of suspects, and apparently, no shortage of werewolves in Chicago; the Chicago PD still looks at him with suspicion; and the FBI doesn't trust him or Murphy. And his old ''friend,'' mob boss Gentleman Johnny Marcone, is waiting for the right moment to enter the fray...


DEAN KOONTZ’ FRANKENSTEIN: PRODIGAL SON VOL. 2 #5



32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by DEAN KOONTZ & CHUCK DIXON • Art and cover by SCOTT COHN
This is it, the exciting final chapter to Dean Koontz' Frankenstein! Who will find Harker first? Will it be Carson, Michael, and Deucalion, or will it be Victor? And what of Harker's progeny? Father Duchaine's crisis of non-faith? Answers to these questions and more in the pulse-pounding finale to the thrilling PRODIGAL SON!


THE LONE RANGER & TONTO #4

40 pages FC • $4.99 • Teen +
Written by BRETT MATTHEWS
Art by SERGIO CARRIELLO, ESTEVE POLLS & MORE
Cover by JOHN CASSADAY
Who was that Masked Man? A bandit? A hero? A daring and resourceful rider of the plains...? As the reporter who sets out to uncover the truth behind the growing 'rural legend' of The Lone Ranger discovers, it all depends on who you ask.


“UNTOUCHABLE” ONE-SHOT



56 pages FC • $5.99 • Teen +
Written by MIKE CAREY & SAMIT BASU • Art and cover by ASHOK BHADANA
Young Vimal is an outcast, constantly bullied and brutalized by his peers. Having never met his father, he has been told by his schoolmates that he's the horrific offspring of a demon that impregnated his noble mother. When he accidentally awakens Jara, an actual demon of sinister beauty and malevolent power, from a centuries-long slumber, his life takes a turn for the evil. Fed by the boy's anger and pain, Jara twists the trauma into a thirst for vengeance, offering him a 'magic' powder with which to exact revenge on his tormentors. But such gifts come with a price...


JOHN MOORE PRESENTS: DEAD SOLDIER #3




32 pages FC • $3.99 • Teen +
Written by JOHN MOORE & RICHIE SMITH • Art by DEAN HYRAPIET
Cover by ROMEK DELIMATA
Some wars are waged across decades, generations, and even realities. In the tortured trenches of Bellicourt, France something horrible has been conceived. As soldier John Doe struggles to survive, both he and the worn unit that stumble upon him discover a horrifying truth. Amidst this fog of war, when yet another firefight ensues, the merciful are the ones who die by the bullet. Because those who don’t fall squarely in Doe’s crosshairs and the unfathomable, brutal truth that fuels his being


BULLET TO THE HEAD #6 (of 6)

32 pages FC • $3.99 • Mature Readers
Written by MATZ • Art and cover by COLIN WILSON
The final chapter of the critically acclaimed masterpiece arrives this November! All of the violence, mayhem, and carnage of the previous issues come together in an intensely suspenseful and violent issue. Written by Matz and drawn by Colin Wilson (Ed Brubaker’s Point Blank), enjoy the exciting conclusion of the best crime noir masterpiece in today’s comics!


ATHENA TRADE PAPERBACK



104+ pages FC • $14.99 • Teen + • (C:0-1-2)
Written by DOUG MURRAY • Art by PAUL RENAUD & FABIANO NEVES
Cover by PAUL RENAUD
The goddess Athena is reborn into our modern world!

Athena faces great dangers on present day earth and soon realizes that she is not the only god walking among us! Unfortunately, some of these gods are not friendly to her, or to all of humanity!

Written by Doug Murray and illustrated by Paul Renaud and Fabiano Neves, this collection also features a complete cover gallery.


STARGATE: VALA MAL DORAN TRADE PAPERBACK




102+ pages FC • $14.99 • Teen + • (C:0-1-2)
Written by BRANDON JERWA • Art by CEZAR RAZEK
Cover by BRETT BOOTH
Explore the early days of Stargate's hottest star! While the ever-growing Lucian Alliance attempts to recruit her, Vala gathers a team to help her track down a mysterious sentient plant believed to be a source of great power.

Collects issues #1-4, along with a complete cover gallery.
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RIP KIRBY, VOL. 3

Written, art and cover by Alex Raymond.

The third volume of Alex Raymond's modernist classic Rip Kirby contains nearly three years of strips, from September 24, 1951 through April 17. 1954, all drawn in Raymond's incredibly lush style. World's best photographer, the sexy Bijou Benson; a playboy sheik from Algiers; a revolution in the Middle East; the return of criminals Joe Seven, Fingers Moray, and the deadly Mangler; the deadly Lili Lavelle; all while Honey Dorian, of course, is not happy that Pagan Lee re-enters the picture. Edited and designed by Dean Mullaney, with a biographical and historical essay by Brian Walker.

320 pages, $49.99.

KING AROO, VOL. 2

Written and art by Jack Kent.

The peaceable little kingdom of Myopia rocks with laughter in the second collection of Jack Kent's King Aroo. Colorful visitors come and go while Professor Yorgle pontificates, faithful Yupyop frets, and Mr. Elephant forgets everything but his own name! Kindly King Aroo presides over all the outlandish slapstick and witty wordplay in over seven hundred daily and Sunday comic strips from 1953-1954, edited and designed by Eisner Award-winner Dean Mullaney. Bruce Canwell continues his groundbreaking biography of Jack Kent, featuring rare photos and never-before-seen artwork. This classic comic is a treat for readers of all ages.

260 pages, $39.99.


FAMILY CIRCUS, VOL. 3

Written and art by Bil Keane.

The Family Circus Library Volume Three collects Bil Keane's classic comic strip for the years 1964 & 1965, both dailies and Sundays. Produced with the full cooperation of Bil Keane and family, this volume showcases the fine cartooning ability of the creator -- as well as displaying his obvious skill as a keen observer (pun intended), and one with the perfect cast to draw material from -- his own family!

260 pages, $39.99.
Le RIP Kirby est forcément mine (on est déjà au 3ème HC, ça va vite).
Le King Aroo sera mine un peu plus tard.
Il faudra que je tente un jour le Family Circus pour voir si c'est sympa sur la durée.
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MEGAMIND #1



Written by Jason M. Burns, art by Fernando Peniche.

With the prom just around the corner, Megamind hatches a plan to usurp the imminent prom king, Metro Dude, but when his dastardly deed takes a self-destructive turn, he's forced to challenge his teenaged nemesis to a dance off in front of the entire class, ultimately usurping himself.

32 pages, $3.95.


POCKET GOD #3



Written by Jason M. Burns, art by Rolando Mallada.

With the tribe's numbers dwindling faster than their coconut supply, Ooga leads the remaining survivors towards the temple where their powers are said to originate, but with a hungry tyrannosaurus rex in hot pursuit, can they outrun the prehistoric lizard and make amends with their gods before it's too late?

24 pages, $3.95.


SCRATCH 9 #4




Written by Rob M. Worley, art by Jason T. Kruse.

Dr. Schrodinger has captured Penelope and he's not letting her go until he recaptures Scratch! Can a simple house cat stop the schemes of a mad scientist? Well, Scratch is far from simple and he uses his powers to summon IX, his weirdest aspect yet! The cat-a-strophic story ends here!

24 pages, $3.95.


THE MISADVENTURES OF CLARK & JEFFERSON GN



Written by Jay Carvajal, art by Marc Borstel.

The Wild West can be a scary place, as four unlikely friends discover, when they stumble upon a remote town deep in the Colorado mountains that is being attacked by big hairy creatures. Sadly, for our gang, these hairy things may be the least of their worries.

128 pages, $12.95.
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