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Written by Michael Alan Nelson, art by Jean-Jacques Dzialowski, covers by Vatche Mavlian and Tyler Walpole.

A series of stunning revelations leads to the discovery that the Call of Cthulhu just might be happening -- again. And yet, there are greater forces at work in Lovecraft's universe, forces that do not even recognize the existence of man. Facing an abyss of darkness and insanity, is there a greater call than Cthulhu's? The earth-spanning horror epic continues with new, startling revelations that just might lead you to believe that a god can die.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by James L. White, art by Dalibor Talajic.

The Academy Award-nominated writer of the film Ray comes to comics in a big way, kicking off a new series at Boom! Stockbroker Lincoln "Linc" Greer, divorced dad, is looking forward to a hot date in a remote cabin for the weekend. When his date cancels and he gets stuck with visitation rights with his son, he takes the boy hunting in the wilds of Oregon. Before he knows it, his son is kidnapped and a voice at the other end of his cell phone tells him to do what he asks -- if he ever wants to see his son again! Linc soon finds that he's the only African-American man in this small mostly white logging community. Isolated and alone, he's got to face a contentious community and save his son!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis, art by Joe Abraham.

After months of avoiding the issue, Giffen and DeMatteis finally reveal what happened to turn sweet, innocent Stephie into the world-destroying lunatic called Caliginous! Not only that, those generous nitwits are also throwing in the one-and-only secret origin of Captain valor! Yes, it's two...two...two origins for the price of one!

32 pages, $3.99.

2 GUNS #2

Written by Steven Grant, art by Mateus Santolouco.

The heist continues! Two thieves who are anything but what they seem prepare to pull off a big score -- but is their target what it seems? The fallout starts! When's the other shoe going to drop? And what does it have to do with the C.I.A.?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chip Mosher, art by Francisco Francavilla.

Retired CIA agent Eric Westfall is called out of retirement with his happy wife and two kids in the suburbs. Commissioned to recover another agent that's gone rogue, he has to stop his target from auctioning a stolen harddrive on the black market for $50 million. His mission -- turn his target back into a loyal agent for the government, or kill them. But things get complicated when it's revealed that Westfall's been called back into duty specifically because he's got history with his target -- a romantic history. Will he be able to take down Emma, his ex-lover?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Leib, art by Chee.

Ed continues on his dark quest to track down the current person cursed with the Tag. Unable to continue to live his life, knowing he's passed the curse on to an unfortunate victim, Ed discovers a myriad of other people effected by the curse. Can he piece together the conundrum and face this supernatural horror? Can one man put an end to this cycle of anger, violence, and pain?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Abnett and Ian Edginton, art by Greg Boychuk and JM Ringuet

He's borne the loss of his mentor -- now, the guilt-ravaged Raclaw is given another teacher. But in the never-ending holocaust that is the 41st millennium, there is little pity -- even amongst the Space Marines themselves. And if Raclaw cannot gain the trust of his new master, it could cost the lives of his entire Chapter.

32 pages, $2.99.

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