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Written by Chris Ryall, art and cover by Gabriel Rodriguez.

A 12-part adaptation of master of horror Clive Barker's epic journey into the fantastic, The Great and Secret Show. Adapted by Chris Ryall and artist Gabriel Rodriguez, this debut issue presents the beginning of a battle between good and evil that will span many decades and different dimensions. The issue will feature two special covers by Rodriguez.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Bob Budiansky, art by William Johnson and Kyle Baker, covers by Ashley Wood and Nick Roche.

A look back at some of the most beloved Transformers comics from years past. This special monthly series rolls back cover prices and presents classic hard-to-find stories from the past two decades of Transformers comics. And to top off this special release, each issue will feature brand-new cover art from Ashley Wood, who will be presenting recreations of the original cover art. Nick Roche provides a variant cover with the a new perspective on the original cover as well. This debut issue looks at one of the most beloved TF stories of all time, "Warrior School," originally presented in Marvel Comics' The Transformers #7.

24 pages, $1.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art by EJ Su, covers by Su, Guidi, Raiz and Wildman.

The assembled Autobots take center stage as the mystery surrounding the Decepticons' sudden -- and demonstrative -- change of modus operandi deepens. Can Ratchet convince Prowl that drastic action needs to taken now, not later, action that involves a certain Optimus Prime? If not, well, it may be that Ratchet has to take some (more!) drastic action of his own. As for the Decepticons, they're already braced for a response, Autobot or otherwise, and the first order of to wipe out all remaining evidence!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written Don Furman, art by Don Figueroa, covers by Figueroa, Roche, Raiz and Guidi.

The Beast Wars--a timelost series of conflicts on Earth: heroic Maximals pitted against evil Predacons. Deep cover agent Razorbeast is on the run, he and his new Maximal militia hunted by Magmatron and his superior Predacon force. Razorbeast's only viable play is to get a warning back to Cybertron, and to do that he needs a Transwarp Signal Booster. Where do you find one of those on prehistoric Earth? In Ravage's downed Transwarp cruiser, that's where!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brad Mick, art by Pat Lee.

The second edition of a long out-of-print Transformers story. Showcasing some of artist extraordinaire Pat Lee's best work, Transformers: Generation One, Volume Two also features the writing debut of Transformers fanatic Brad Mick.

176 pages, $19.99.


Written by Joss Whedon, art and cover by Jeff Johnson.

Presenting monthly illustrated scriptbooks based on the very best Angel episodes pulled from its five-season run. Each specially priced 48-page scriptbook will feature the entire shooting script and full-page and spot illustrations from the episode by artist Jeff Johnson. Up first, the very first episode of Angel, "City Of," scripted by series creator Joss Whedon.

48 pages, black and white, $3.99.


Written by Jeff Mariotte, art by David Messina, covers by Messina, Kohse, Rodriguez, Walks.

As Angel: Old Friends screams to a finale, expectations are shattered once again. Can Angel even trust those he's closest to? Who's behind the rash of appearances of those he once knew? The vampire with a soul needs to wrap up his twistiest case yet, before he's left completely on his own‹or worse.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Peter David, art by Joe Corroney, covers by Corroeny, Wight, Howard and Murphy.

In the heat of 1930s Hollywood, Bela Lugosi is giving a live, on-stage performance of his immortal "Dracula." Little does he suspect that the real immortal Dracula wants his performance to be much less than live... and only Spike and a young Ed Wood can stop him.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Peter David, art and cover by J.K. Woodward.

The revelation of the reason that the Fallen Angel fell. And if you want to know how much further she can fall, you must see the desperate underwater struggle fought between herself and the vengeful Malachi.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Wood, art by Kristian Donaldson.

Newly orphaned Pella Suzuki spends a rough night in the big city, a.k.a. "the Supermarket," wandering the strange streets and coming to grips with the fact her parents were nowhere near the squares she thought they were. A text message from beyond the grave clues her into the details, and a frantic chase through the streets is made much easier by some help from unlikely sources. In this wise-ass world of fast commerce and outlandish crime syndicates, Pella's got no idea what she's up against.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by F. Paul Wilson, art and cover by Matthew Smith.

Paul Wilson continues the adaptation of his own novel, with art by Matthew Smith, in the final part of the miniseries. With "He Must Never Leave the Keep!" it all comes together... and it all comes undone. We finally learn the meaning of the crosses that stud the keep's walls. The contents of the stranger's mysterious case are revealed. And all the truths about Molasar, the stranger, and the keep are revealed in a horrific, cataclysmic finale in which the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

32 pages, Duotone, $3.99.


Written by Ivan Brandon, art by Dennis Calero, cover by Ben Templesmith.

The second adaptation of Showtime's horrific new series concludes here. In part two of "Dreams in the Witch-House," writer Ivan Brandon, artist Dennis Calero and cover artist Ben Templesmith take on horror master H.P. Lovecraft's classic tale, as envisioned by director Stuart Gordon and his co-writer. Dennis Paoli.

32 pages, $3.99,


Written by Steve Niles and Dan Wickline, art and cover by Milx.

The space station has been invaded and the vampires are in control. One by one the humans are being turned into vicious monsters and their time is running out. Can Locke and the handful of remaining crewmembers find a way to warn NASA before Cobb can feast on their blood? And if you're NASA, what do you do with a multi-billion dollar space station full of the undead? Series creator Steve Niles teams with writer Dan Wickline (Blood-Stained Sword) and artist/painter Milx (Silver Surfer) to bring you the conclusion of this deep space horror epic.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Scott Ciencin, art by Nick Stakal, covers by Stakal and Ted McKeever.

Imagine growing up feeling different, always wondering the truth about yourself... then suddenly learning who your parents are and that one may not have even been human--or alive. Fighting for the lives and souls of those he loves on the mist-enshrouded, demon-plagued streets of Silent Hill, Hollywood actor Kenneth Carter is faced with a decision that may turn him from an icon worshiped by millions to a figure of fear known the world over. Can he survive?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Alex Garner, art and cover by Ashley Wood.

The saga of Metal Gear Solid continues! Finally, Raiden and Pliskin face off against the terrorist leader of the Sons of Liberty. Is he really Solid Snake, or someone far more sinister?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ashley Wood and T.P. Louise, art and cover by Wood.

Artist Ashley Wood's beloved creation returns at long last! And while most things in Popbot's life tend to get complicated, nothing could have prepared him for the all-out Robot War in which he finds himself this time out. Featuring the usual assortment of beautiful oddities that fans the world 'round have come to expect from the mind and quill of Ashley Wood.

48 pages, $9.99.


Written by Chris Ryall, art by Gabriel Rodriguez, cover by Chris Bolton.

Presenting a special adaptation of George A. Romero's long-awaited zombie movie, set years in the future after the end of his Dead trilogy. In Land of the Dead, the walking dead roam an uninhabited wasteland and the living try to lead "normal" lives behind the walls of a fortified city. But outside the city walls, an army of the dead is evolving. Inside, anarchy is on the rise. With the very survival of the city at stake, a group of hardened mercenaries is called into action to protect the living from an army of the dead. This special collection features seven new pages of story and art, comprising a deleted scene from the movie, as well as an art gallery of covers, sample art and more.

124 pages, $19.99.


Written by Amber Benson and Christina Z, art and cover by Ben Templesmith and Ashley Wood.

This special collection presents the fantastic art of Ashley Wood and Ben Templesmith under one cover. In "Demon Father John's Pinwheel Blues," Amber Benson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Tara) and Ben craft a tale of a syndicate of vampire street children that is turned upside down by new recruit Pinwheel. In "Shunt," Christina Z and Ash present the tale of the perfect woman, who gives up the perfect life to uncover a heinous human slavery ring run by an elite group of vampires. Vampires who transform their beautiful female victims into the most sensually marketable product. Within the torture and depravity lies a twisted tale of obsessive passion and furious loyalty. Also contained within: a gallery of covers from Wood and Templesmith.

104 pages, $17.99.


Written by Carlos Trillo, art and cover Eduardo Risso.

Hard luck detective A.Y. Jalisco recalls her Mexican childhood and the discovery of her private-eye prowess in a case with far-reaching effects on her own family. Meanwhile, her current life in the big city is no walk in the park, either, as her best friend Marita meets a glamorous policewoman that further erodes Jalisco's self-esteem.

32 pages, black and white, $3.99.


Written by Marlon Wayans, Shawn Wayans, Keenen Ivory Wayans, Xavier Cook and Mitchell Marchand, art and cover by Robert Reed and Darren Huang.

After gathering info from the streets, Dynomite finds out where Kane's big shipment is coming inŠ so he makes his way to Kane's hideout to take that jive sucka fool down! But it might not be as easy as he thought... will Dynomite do it? Or is it a trap? Read and see, suckas!

32 pages, $3.99.

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