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Written by Jeff Lemire and Charles SouleArt by Leinil Francis Yu, Javier Garron, Kenneth RocafortThe X-Men and Inhumans have been on a collision course ever since the link was proven between the Inhumans' Terrigen Mist and the sickness and death of many mutants. And when Beast discovers that the mutants have only two weeks left before planet Earth becomes completely uninhabitable for them, an Inhuman/mutant war is unavoidable! It all begins with one choice, and the world will never be the same! Inhumans vs. X-Men delivers sensational set pieces and gargantuan grudge matches that promise to shatter the Marvel Universe as you know it!
Written by Cullen BunnArt by Adam Kubert, Greg Land, Salvador Larroca, Steve McNiven, Lenil Francis Yut's all hands on deck with the Avengers, Champions, Guardians, X-Men and the Inhumans as they clash with monstrous hazards that threaten to destroy every corner of the Marvel Universe. Who are the Leviathons? Who controls them? How can they be stopped before Earth becomes another tragic barren world in their wake?
Written by Jason Aaron Art & Cover by R. M. GueraThe first eleven issues of the acclaimed series are collected in a new trade paperback! Dashiell Bad Horse has come home to the reservation armed with a set of nunchucks, a hell-bent-for-leather attitude and a dark secret. But nothing has changed-except for the glimmering new casino, and a once-proud people overcome by drugs and organized crime. Includes sketch material by artist R.M. Guera.
Written by James TynionIV Art & Cover by Freddie Williams IIThe sold-out, smash-hit 6-issue miniseries co-published with IDW is now available in paperback! It all starts in Gotham City, as a series of deadly raids leads Batman to believe he is up against a group of highly trained ninjas. Somehow, the Foot Clan has crossed over to another dimension-but they haven't come alone: Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo are on their trail!
Written by Rick Remender Art by Matteo Scalera Cover by Moreno DiNisioAfter years adrift in the chaotic Eververse, the McKay family finally reunites in their home dimension. But it's far from the happy end they expected. To save all there is and ever will be, the Dimensionauts need to cut deeper into the Onion than ever before! RICK REMENDER & MATTEO SCALERA present the sixth chapter of the runaway pulp sci-fi smash hit BLACK SCIENCE! Collects BLACK SCIENCE #26-30
Written by Charles Soule Art & Cover by Ryan BrowneA wizard has appeared in present-day New York! His name is Wizord, and he's here to save us all from dark magical forces bent on our destruction. He's the best wizard of all time! Or...he's not, and he's lying to everyone, and secretly is the dark magical force, but wants to hang out in our world for a while because it's so much nicer than the hellhole he comes from. Secrets, and spells, and talking koalas-CURSE WORDS is a gonzo dark fantasy from CHARLES SOULE (Daredevil, Letter 44, Star Wars) and RYAN BROWNE (GOD HATES ASTRONAUTS). Collects CURSE WORDS #1-5
Written by Matt KindtArt by David RubinCover Art by David RubinA science-minded adventurer gets mixed up in the mysteries of a fantasy world in this charming new adventure from an award-winning creative team. Boone Dias is an interdimensional explorer, a scientist from Earth who has stumbled into great responsibility. He's got an explanation for everything, so of course the Ether's magical residents turn to him to solve their toughest crimes. But maybe keeping the Real and the Abstract separate is too big a job for just one man. Collects issues #1-#5.
Written & Art & Cover by Gou TanabeA pair of decadent young men pursue the abhorrent thrill of grave robbing . . . A German submarine's crew is driven mad by the call of an underwater temple . . . An explorer in the Arabian Desert discovers a hideous city older than mankind. This moody and evocative manga gets back to the dark foundations of the Cthulhu mythos, adapting three of H. P. Lovecraft's original stories that first shaped the outlines of cosmic horror! o Artist Gou Tanabe's first publication in English! o Gou Tanabe is a favorite creator of Taiyo Matsumoto (Sunny, Tekkonkinkreet). o From Japan's magazine Comic Beam, acclaimed home of the manga Thermae Romae, Emma, and Wandering Son.
Written by Robert M. Overstreet Art by Various Cover by Jim SterankoThe Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide has been the Bible of serious collectors, dealers and enthusiasts since 1970. One of the most influential comic book artists ever, Jim Steranko, brings his compelling mastery of the art form with a powerful take on Batman for one edition of this year's volume. Also, ROM was a long-running Bronze Age hit that has returned with new adventures, and Gabriel Rodriguez provides a powerful interpretation on this year's other cover to the Guide. The most trusted name in comic book pricing is back with their 47th edition. Available in softcover and hardcover editions.
Written by Joe Keatinge Art by Nick Barber & Simon Gough Cover by Sandra LanzFormer professional wrestler Danny Knossos has made a Faustian pact to save the life of his beloved, but as his new arrangement crosses over with his past life in the ring, he's in for more than he ever bargained for. Danny's got what he's always wanted, but now the true work begins...and he may not make it to the end. Collects RINGSIDE #6-10.
Written by Pierre ChristinArt by MezieresThis first volume of the collection contains books 1 and 2 of the series The City of Shifting Waters and The Empire of a Thousand Planets. It also includes book 0, Bad Dreams, translated into English for the first time: the very first adventures of our two heroes, published after City and retroactively numbered. Finally, linking the volumes of this collection together is a long, exclusive interview with the authors and director Luc Besson. Illustrated with new art as well as numerous sketches, studies and photographs from the latter's upcoming big-screen adaptation.
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.