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By Colleen Doran.

The rebel leader has a deadly biological weapon to terrorize the enemy: the Terminal Decrepitude Virus, a disease that will cause the vain and beautiful Hierarchy to age and die. But the Hierarchy holds the fate of Earth in their hands and if the rebellion doesn't surrender, they will release the power of their young Avatar and destroy the Earth.

40 pages, black and white, $3.50.

ANT #11

Written by Joe Keatinge, art and cover by Mario Gully.

"Nineteen Ninety Two," part 2. At the dawn of the new millennium our nation's greatest heroes annihilated the deadliest menace the world has ever known. Six years later, Ant finally remembers the nemesis. Unfortunately for us, it was her.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Tony Moore and Val Staples.

Battle Pope vs. God -- 'Nuff said!

32 pages, $2.99.


By Jimmie Robinson.

"Queen of Hearts," part 2. Bomb Queen pays the ultimate price when the man she trusted and loved breaks her heart, takes her job as dictator, and kicks her out of her own city! Secrets and identities are revealed, but is it too late for the crushed, stripped and defenseless Bomb Queen to fight back?

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Matt Fraction, art and cover by Gabriel Ba.

Inside the belly of an abandoned Russian missile silo hides the secret that'll unravel the tangle of lies beating inside the blackened heart of Casanova. Fathers and sons, sons and daughters, friend and foe alike collide in this, the beginning of the end. Bangs! Whimpers! Weapons of mass destruction hidden for sixty years!

24 pages, $1.99.


Written by Steve Englehart, art by Chaz Truog, Steve Ditko, Todd McFarlane, Frank Springer, Art Nichols and Richard Howell, cover by McFarlane.

Women have always been a delight for Coyote (even if they tried to kill him) but he's never met anyone like Slash, who can kill with a look. Still, look who's drawing her origin: Todd McFarlane, in his first-ever published work. Todd's also on board for the start of a new Scorpio Rose series, right beside Steve Ditko with the whirlwind finale of The Djinn and Chaz Truog! Collects Coyote #9-12

128 pages, $14.99.


Written by Michael Avon Oeming and Ivan Brandon, art and cover by Oeming, variant cover by Ashley Wood.

Detectives Aponte and Ortiz feel the real and first-hand danger of their investigation into the mysterious gang slayings as a close brush with some thugs on the run leaves them standing face to face with the killer apparition looking to kill again.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by C.B. Cebulski, art and cover by Sana Takeda, variant cover by David Finch.

"Decades." Her clan destroyed, her family murdered by vampires, Chinatsu, a once-proud female ninja, had nothing left to live revenge. In this centuries-spanning tale of bloodlust and betrayal, Chinatsu, now a vampire herself, tracks the dark lord that turned her all those long years ago. Immortality has only made her need for vengeance stronger as she follows him across the globe, through myriad time periods, battling the undead minions that rise up to stop her.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Gary Whitta, art by Ted Naifeh, cover by Chris Bourassa.

Death, Jr. has managed to get himself into yet another fix, this time at his Dad's workplace. Certain he needs some intervention, Pandora has escaped from the Nazi-esque Camp Happy Trails to help him. But will they be able to fix the problem this time around, or will they need to call in some additional help?

48 pages, $4.99.


Story by Richard Starkings and Ladronn, script by Starkings and Joe Casey, art and covers by Ladronn.

"Unnatural Selection," The Creators' Cut. Representing the Origin of the Elephantmen from the sold-out first issue of Hip Flask. Somewhere in the African desert, thousands of miles from civilization, a group of geneticists led by Kazushi Nikken has conducted unholy experiments involving both human and animal DNA. This is the story of the birth of Hieronymous Flask, the Elephantmen, and their eventual liberation from the torturous world of MAPPO.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christopher E. Long, art and cover by Juan E. Ferreyra.

"Revelations 2:2." While Emissary attempts to stop a tsunami's devastation and bring abundance to starved wastelands, a secret cabal conspires, intent on destroying the threat he poses to the power they wield, by any means possible... even if that means taking an innocent young life!

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Rick Remender, art by Francesco Francavilla, cover by Tony Moore.

An issue long "Tales of the Fear Agent" illustrated by legendary Italian illustrator Francesco Francavilla! A population of human flies pays Heath to protect them from a race of spiders slowly taking over their world. However, when Heath becomes impregnated with the spiders' eggs he becomes the planet's greatest threat.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Joshua Luna, art and cover by Jonathan Luna.

The beginning of the end.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Joe Casey, art by Tom Scioli, cover by Scioli and Richard Starkings.

Book Fourteen: Hot Q-Ball Break. Adam Archer returns home! The Traid's plan revealed! Earth's fate hangs in the balance! The Tormenter makes a fortuitous discovery buried in Akron, Ohio! The return of Basil Discordia! The cosmic destiny of Neela Archer! This one's got it all!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by William Harms, art and cover by Nick Postic and Nick Marinkovich.

NYC Homicide Detective Victor Dailey lost his wife to cancer, and he's now a barely functioning alcoholic. Knowing that he needs a change of scenery, Dailey has decided to retire early and move away from NYC. Unfortunately for Dailey, a ravenous vampire army has launched an all-out attack against Manhattan. And no one is getting out alive.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Ryan Ottley and Bill Crabtree.

Months ago, astronaut Rus Livingston was abandoned on Mars. He has been taken over by a parasitic race of aliens who need a host to link their minds as one. With their minds now linked - they are turning their attention to Earth. Invincible is the only thing that stands in their way!

32 pages, $2.99.


By Paul Grist.

Meet Mister Punch: He's a three foot bundle of hate and right now the person he hates most of all is Jack Staff!

32 pages, $3.50.


By Paul Grist.

Detective Kane is after the crime lord of New Eden, Oscar Darke. The legendary hitman known as The Blind Man is after Detective Kane. When Kane goes missing, his partner Kate Felix has to turn to Darke for help... Collects Kane #24-29 and 31, originally published by Dancing Elephant Press.

200 pages, black and white, $16.99.


Written by Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn, art and cover by Rick Remender, Hilary Barta and Michelle Marsen.

After the apocalypse - humanity is without hope: until Santa is pulled from the North Pole and spurred into action. The book collects all five hilarious, action-packed issues and loaded with extras from the writers and artists! Santa, his elves, and Gary the Snowman take on zombies and marauders for the fate of a good little boy. Read it to the kids when you tuck them in this Christmas Eve.

136 pages, $14.99.


Written by Frank Beddor and Liz Cavalier, art and cover by Ben Templesmith.

"Rage Against the Machine." In the final installment of the first mini-series Royal Bodyguard Hatter Madigan tracks the stolen child to a malevolent orphanage for lost girls run by the elegantly abusive Baroness Dvonna. Discover what secrets and horrors Hatter finds inside the grey, cloistered walls as he desperately searches for Alyss.

32 pages, $3.99.


By Nick Bradshaw, Sean Galloway, Alina Galloway, Ryan Odagawa, Jonboy Meyers, Allison Strom, Kevin Dalton, Mark Andrew Smith and Michael Woods, cover by Sean Galloway and Alina Galloway.

Low Orbit is a sci-fi/fantasy anthology featuring seven unique stories. From mythical monsters and enchanted woods to cyberpunk street gangs and hi-tech samurai, this book has a little something for just about everybody.

64 pages, $6.99.


He wants to take over the world. And you can be an accomplice by simply plonking your hard-earned cash and welcoming him into your home.

11.5 inches, $19.99.


By Jonathan Hickman.

"I'm Mad as Hell, and I'm Not Going to Take This Anymore!" As an act of violence spirals out of control to encompass the entirety of the news media, a cult has emerged from the errors and retractions that have ruined careers, marriages and even lives. Under direction from his cult master, The Hand leads an army of followers committed to revolution, willing to die for their cause.

32 pages, $2.99.


By Brian Bolland, Robert Grabe, Pat Kovacic, Ron McCain, Dove McHargue, Phil Hester, Joe Martin, Mike Ploog, Joe Pruett, Ande Rummel, Goran Sudzuk, R.G. Taylor and Dominic Bugatto.

The Eagle, Eisner, and Harvey Award nominated anthology returns this month with yet another issue packed with today's top creators and tomorrow's brightest talents.

64 pages, black and white, $5.99.


Written by Jay Faerber, art by Fran Bueno, Freddie E. Williams and Gabe Bridwell, cover by Khary Randolph.

Meet the Blackthornes. They¹re the criminal element¹s answer to the Noble family -- rich, powerful, and deeply dysfunctional. Hidden agendas, secret romances, and dark pasts converge in this sixth collection of the long-running series. As a special bonus, this collection also contains a five-page story originally printed in the Image Holiday Special 2005. Collects Noble Causes #13-18

176 pages, $15.99.


By Jason Pearson, Kelsey Shannon, Ron Frenz, Phil Noto, Brian Stelfreeze, Ed McGuinness, Mike Zek, Kaare Andrews, Paul Smith, Cory Walker and more, cover by Dusty Abel and Kelsey

Anything you¹ve ever wanted to know about the characters in Invincible, but were afraid to ask. Power levels, hometowns, relatives, origins, shoe sizes... it¹s all here. Written in the tradition of that other famous handbook and featuring drawings from some of the top talents in comics and animation.

48 pages, $4.99.


Written by Jamie Delano, art by Goran Sudzuka and Goran Parlov, cover by Sudzuka.

The complete saga complete in one volume! Story Johnson, a 100 year-old semi-deranged amnesiac pulp fiction-writer returns home from 25 years MIA in Vietnam. All Story wants is to recover his missing time and catch up with some legendary, larger-than-life Johnson Family members. Trouble is, a lot of cousins have "disappeared," and those that are left have put the blame on him.

456 pages, black and white, $15.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins, art and cover by Chris Moreno.

Will Eddie go to the dark side and join the evil forces of Doctor Scurrilous and his pet brick, Shirley? Will Mister Excellent discover Superior Boy's dark secret? Will anyone care? Can anyone lend us ten bucks, which we promise to repay next Thursday when our checks clear? Find out in this installment!

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Keiron Gillen, art and cover by Jamie McKelvie.

"Murder Park." Phonogram's dark fantasy falls screaming into open horror and blackest satire as David Kohl crosses over into the Memory Kingdom of Britpop. In this very personal hell he sifts through bloody London streets for the clue to his dead mistress' fate. Here Be Monsters... and Kohl isn't out of place.

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Rick Spears, art and cover by Vasilis Lolos, variant cover by Becky Cloonan.

The cops bust Patch pick-pocketing the boardwalk but the Pirates sail to his rescue in their bad mother Pirate van! The cops give good chase but they are no match for Knievel's 3 Gears of Reverse -- Oh, yeah! Then it's free food at a hot dog eating contest until the barfing starts.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Gary Reed, art and cover by Galen Showman.

"Those whom God wishes to destroy...he first makes mad." The saga of a mad prophet consumed by an evil darkness. As the tale of the bug eating inmate in Brak Stoker's Dracula unfolds, a man descends into passion against his own humanity.

192 pages, black and white, $19.99.


Written by Ron Marz, art by Mirko Colak, cover by Bart Sears.

Crime story and espionage thriller meet head on! Nik is a soldier for the Russian mob in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn - a strong arm when there's dirty work to be done. His latest assignment sends him back to mother Russia, where he'll be drawn into a web that includes brutal gangsters, seductive spies, fanatical terrorists and a stolen nuclear warhead. But even surrounded by such intrigue, it's Nik himself who harbors the most shocking secret of all.

32 pages, black and white, $3.99.


Written by Eric A. Anderson and Manny Trembly, art and cover by Trembly.

"If at First You Don't Succeed, Die, Die Again." Back in the big city, Sam Noir is hot on the high-heels of the broad who offed his dame. Armed with the truth and a belly full of vengeance, he must scale a high-rise stronghold for a rooftop rumble to the death!

28 pages, black and white, $2.99.


By Erik Larsen.

"Vengeance." Dark Dragon and Battle Axe strike! Their deadly alliance was formed to reap bloody vengeance against those who destroyed the worlds they called home: Savage Dragon and the Sensational She-Dragon! A startling new chapter in the life of the Savage Dragon!

32 pages, $2.99.


By Dan Schaffer.

We're all part Yin and part Yang, but Suki's Yang is trying to get out! Witness the Siamese Burn, an experimental machine designed to eliminate multiple personalities. And it works! Suki is down to her last unwanted identity. But now she's losing time, and the machine is changing, doing something new - something that's going to turn her world inside out. And that unwanted identity... what do you do when it turns out to be you?

96 pages, black and white, $7.99.


Written by Rick Remender, art and cover by Micah Farritor.

Trapped in Hell, Bethany is forced into her own private room where she is forced to face the demons that live in her past. Psychological horror in Hell illustrated by rising star Micah Farritor!

32 pages, $2.99.

SPAWN #165

Written by David Hine, art by Philip Tan, cover by Greg Capullo.

"New Beginnings." Horror has a new face. Murder, suicide, self-mutilation, mental breakdown; New Vista Apartments has a higher death rate than downtown Baghdad. But no one wants to leave. Spawn discovers there really is no peace for the wicked.

32 pages, $2.95.


Written by David Arquette and Joe Harris, adapted by Steve Niles, art and cover by Nat Jones.

The official comic of the movie. A group of free-loving hippies head to Frank Baker's American Free Love Festival for all the sex, drugs and rock n' roll they can get their grubby hands on. But they're not the only ones coming... out of the woods comes a maniac of presidential proportions! He's big. He's mean. And he's come back to save a country that's lost its way, and slaughter every last filthy hippie who dares to enter his domain. It's morning in America all over again! Go out there and... kill one for The Tripper.

48 pages, $5.99.


By Tom Beland.

"In Your Eyes." Lily Garcia dares to cut her hair as a lesson in detachment, which impresses everyone but...her mother! Can Tom talk some sense into mom before this Puerto Rican mother/daughter relationship goes up en Fuego..? Three words will determine the outcome.

24 pages, black and white, $2.99.


Written by Scott Kurtz and Aaron Williams, art and cover by Giuseppe Ferrario.

It's the complete first season of the greatest show you never saw: the classic tale of guy gets girl, guy finds super-suit, guy gains FBI nemesis, guy loses girl, guy loses car, FBI gets girl... well, you get the idea. With art by the Italian phenomenon Giuseppe Ferrario, you'll think it's the Œ80s all over again as Justin and his friends fight to keep his wedding from collapsing while fending off the feds' who want his ultra-powered outfit. Collects Truth, Justin & The American Way #1-5

144 pages, $14.99.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Charlie Adlard and Cliff Rathburn.

Safe for now... but for how long... and at what cost?

32 pages, black and white, $2.99.



Written by Hugh Sterbakov, art by Will Conrad, covers by Rodolfo Migliari and Conrad.

The Freshmen are is back with an all-new adventure that will quickly teach them what's at stake when you put on a costume! Wannabe, the powerless team leader who has always dreamed of being a superhero, is having visions of the eccentric Mr. Fiddlesticks, a character from a series of children's books. But what does it mean? Is Mr. Fiddlesticks warning Norrin of danger, or bringing it himself? Also: How can Drama Twin Brady break away from his toxic romance with Renee? And will the drunken Intoxicator ever be able to pass a class? Co-created by Buffy and Italian Job star Seth Green and written by Mister Girth himself, Hugh Sterbakov, Freshmen II is an uproarious combination of superpowers and college... with a talking beaver!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ron Marz, art by Pat Lee, covers by Marc Silvestri and Lee.

The X-Men and Cyberforce meet head on! While on a trip to Japan, Cyberforce members Ripclaw and Cyblade come face to face with a threat that even their enhanced abilities can't handle: the Sentinels! It's a case of deadly mistaken identity, as Ripclaw and Cyblade's only hope for survival turns out to be the very targets the Sentinels were searching for -- Wolverine and Psylocke of the X-Men. Writer Ron Marz and artist Pat Lee, the team who relaunched and reinvigorated Cyberforce, get together for an unforgettable clash of heroes against rampaging robots!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ron Marz, Marc Silvestri and David Wohl, art by Pat Lee and Slvestri.

Featuring a never-before seen story by the regular creative team, as well as Cyberforce volume #2, this collection tells the story of Cyberforce¹s brush with extinction and their rise from the ashes. New pages bridge the gap between the Cyberforce #0 story by Marc Silvestri and the six-issue series by Ron Marz and Pat Lee. Just in time for Cyberforce¹s 14th birthday, this trade unlocks secrets of the team's rebirth!



Written by Mark Waid, art by Kennth Rocafor, covers by Marc Silvestri and Rocafort.

At last--all of Morningstar's secrets stand revealed as Ellis once and for all learns the shattering truth about his parents, about the Hunter-Killer program--and about how only his death can ensure the future of the human race!

32 pages, $2.99.


By Eric Basaldua.

Eric Basaldua is known for his beautiful women and sexy artwork. Get an inside look into the mind of a fan-favorite artist. See his sketches and learn about his inspirations!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by David Wohl and Brian Holguin, art by Joe Benitez and Eric Basaldua.

Collecting The Magdalena's first appearance in The Darkness: Spear of Destiny issues #15-#18, plus the original limited series Magdalena: Blood Divine drawn by Joe Benitez and the continued limited series Magdalena vol. 2 drawn byEric Basaldua and written by Brian Holguin this trade paperback collection delivers the stories that have made the Magdalena a flagship character of the Top Cow Universe. 12 full issues in total! Plus a bonus look into the Magdalena's other appearances throughout the TC universe!

288 pages, $19.99.


Written by David Wohl, art by Bing Casino, cover by Marc Silvestri.

Young, smart and beautiful, Grace Stokes had the perfect life. By a young age, she'd already accomplished what most people could only dream of. First as a multiple-record-setting X-Games champion, and most recently as sole designer and president of her own clothing company, Grace was an icon for a generation. But on a fateful trip to Japan, Grace discovered that she was no ordinary person, but one of The Innocents. Blessed with unbelievable abilities, the Innocents are living embodiments of Yin and Yang and, unfortunately for Grace, somebody wants them dead. The Innocents OGN features 80 pages of story, as well as Bonus Materials only available in this format--including character bios, background information, behind-the-scenes coverage and a host of other features that truly makes this a totally new graphic novel experience.

80 pages, $9.99.

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