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Written by Jay Faerber, art by Mahmud Asrar, cover by Asrar and Ron Riley.

Captain Dynamo, the greatest super-hero in the world, was not the most faithful husband. Now he's dead and his family is trying to piece together their lives. As his enemies descend on his unprotected city, Captain Dynamo's widow rounds up his five illegitimate children, each of whom have inherited one of their father's super-powers. Can these total strangers come to terms with their powers, their father's legacy and each other as total chaos erupts? This new ongoing monthly series as Image Comics chronicles a super-hero team like no other -- Dynamo 5!

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 7.


Written by Howard Wong, art and cover by Marco Rudy.

"How Far to Fall." Ethan Falls was once a respected superhero -- until his drinking got the better of him. Now he finds he is unable to provide for his young family, and his own sense of failure starts to beckon him towards easy money -- and a life of crime!

24 pages, black and white, $2.99.


Co-plotted by Jim Valentino and Jimmie Robinson, written by Valentino, art and cover by Robinson, variant cover by Joseph Michael Linsner.

"The Good, The Bad and The Lovely," part one. One is a super-hero, the other a super-villain, and the third doesn't know which side she's on! Revisiting their rivalry from this summer's smash one-shot, Bomb Queen and Blacklight go at it again, this time on Bomb Queen's turf! Joining Blacklight is ShadowHawk's own Rebound -- but why do they want in to New Port City, and more importantly -- will they be able to get out?

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Antony Johnston and Dan Evans, art and cover by Mario Boon.

Six Shooters and Sorcery! Gunslingers and Goblins! Old Magic meets the New World as teenage twins Wyatt and Madara begin a perilous quest to reclaim their heritage and dispose of a deadly artifact in a weird Wild West - a world full of monsters, mayhem and the mysterious lawmen called Texas Strangers!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 14.


Written by Larry Hama, art and cover by Michael Golden.

The book that led to the cartoon features rare artwork by comic book legend Michael Golden. In this Wizard of Oz outer-space adventure, young Willy Duwitt accidentally creates a portal to another universe, populated by advanced, space-traveling animals ---with an evil bent on domination. Willy joins the spaceship, Righteous Indignation, lead by rabbit captain Bucky O'Hare to confront the Toad Menace and thwart its nefarious machinations. A classic with layers for all age groups.

196 pages, black and white, $17.99, in sstores on March 14 (Deluxe signed and numbered edition, $75).


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

Meet Casanova Quinn: prodigal son of a law-and-order family hell-bent on keeping the world safe and sound, now blackmailed into betraying his father and the international law enforcement organization he controls. Luxuria collects the first volume of Casanova as its titular star transforms from devil-may-care thrill-seeker into the most dangerous man in the world. What happens when the ultimate player gets played? Find out in this genre-bending sci-spy epic. Collects Casanova #1-7.

144 pages, $12.99.


Written by Keith Giffen and Shannon Eric Denton, art by Jean-Jaques Dzialowski and Federico Dallocchio, cover by Esad Ribic.

Battlefield horror from Eisner Award winner Keith Giffen! World War II. Amid the blood and chaos of the Battle of the Bulge, a battered squad of American soldiers and a platoon of German infantry do everything they can to rip each other to shreds. But to survive the night, the two enemies must come together and unite against an ancient evil hell bent on destroying everything in its path.

136 pages, $16.99, in stores on March 14.


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

Cross Bronx follows Detective Rapheal Aponte in the Bronx as he investigates a mysterious gang slaying that quickly brings him face to face with the supernatural in the form of a beautiful ghost named Santaria. Taking out her revenge on the city, Santaria challenges Aponte's faith in the law as it clashes with his faith in God - or lack of it. Collects Cross Bronx #1-4

136 pages, $16.99, in stores on March 7.


Written by Richard Starkings and Joe Kelly, art by Moritat, Chris Bachalo, Henry Flint, Tom Scioli and David Hine.

They were genetically engineered to be supra-human weapons of mass destruction, but ultimately dismissed collectively as Elephantmen. Hip Flask, Ebony Hide and Obadiah Horn count amongst their number; wounded animals who, despite their differences and origins, must live in the world of man. Collects Elephantmen #1-7.

224 pages, $24.99, in stores on March 7.


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

Invincible battles the Reanimen on the campus of Upstate University. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to him trouble is brewing--trouble of Martian origin. Invincible must assemble a team of Earth's mightiest defenders to go out into space and prevent what could well be the end of mankind! Collects Invincible #36-41.

144 pages, $12.99, in stores on March 21.


Written by Kieron Gillen,

Britannia is ten years dead. Phonomancer David Kohl hadn't spared his old patron a thought for almost as long -- at which point his mind starts to unravel. Can he discover what's happened to the Mod-Goddess of Britpop while there's still something of himself left? A dark modern-fantasy in a world where music is magic, where a song can save your life, or end it.

152 pages, black and white, $14.99, in stores on March 21.


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

This hardcover features another 12 issues of the series, along with the covers for the issues all in one oversized hardcover volume. Perfect for long time fans, new readers, and anyone interested in reading a zombie movie on paper that never ends. Collects The Walking Dead #13-24

304 pages, black and white, $29.99, in stores on March 7.


Written by Eric Shanower, art and cover by Shanower.

"Betrayal," part six. A major turning point! After nearly six years Helen faces the husband she ran out on. Before all Troy she repudiates him yet again. Even their son cringes in terror from his father. All-out war seems certain. Only Prince Hektor holds out hope that a clash can be averted.

28 pages, black and white, $3.50, in stores on March 7.


Written by James Pruett, art by Mike Perkins, cover by Jordan Raskin.

The corpse of a recently murdered woman. The Death Cult of Kali. The reincarnation of a dark goddess of death. An unwilling host must struggle internally between the evil influence of the mist and her own conscience. What happens when you give in to the dark nature of your own soul? Presented in color for the very first time.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 7.


Written by Richard Starkings and Jill Freshney, art by Moritat and Rob Steen, cover by Ladronn.

"Moxa Cautery." Ebony Hide and Hip Flask accompany the LAPD's Lieutenant Trench to the scene of Ebony's recent encounter with Serengheti, and within minutes both of them are wishing they'd stayed in their hospital beds. Plus, "Monkey Business," by Jill Freshney and Rob Steen.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 21.


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

Is there hope for Pennystown? Don't miss the final issues of Girls, which concludes at issue #24!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 17.


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

Book Eighteen: Dance Hall, Crash Hall. It's the ultimate showdown you never thought you wanted to see -- Commander Adam Archer vs. America's Most Cherished Hero, Crashman! The outcome of this catastrophic confrontation will serve up heaping helpings of both shock and awe!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 28.


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

New York City lies in ruin, its population decimated. The military quarantine around the city has failed, and the vampires are marching across the East Coast. And beneath Manhattan, in the ruins of a subway car, a young woman named Vicki Kuo is living through an unimaginable nightmare.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 14.


By Brian Bolland, Shannon Eric Denton, Adam Ford, Ron Mccain, Mike Ploog, Curtis Square-Briggs, Dove Mchargue, Ryan Pross, R.G. Taylor, Mel Taylor, C. Willow Wilson, cover by Elio Guevara.

The 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, in stores on March 28.


Written, art and cover by Jonathan Hickman.

"True Believers." James undergoes a police interrogation while the Hand settles an old score. It all starts with two packages, a straightjacket and an intercom.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 14.


Written by Jay Faerber, art by Yildiray Cinar, cover by Khary Randolph.

The daring plan to cure Kitty Blackthorne results in someone's death, which adds another layer to the feud between the Nobles and the Blackthornes.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 21.


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

Patch and Trish, both a bloody mess after their knife lovin', seek much needed medical attention. Meanwhile, Cadillacula seems to be leaking blood and the Hitman, with murder on his mind, attacks Tats and Zeus. Then when Black Jack finds Patch with Trish, a Cherry, he totally flips out! Could this be the end of the Pirates?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 28.

PVP #33

Written, art and cover by Scott Kurtz.

Girls night out!

24 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on March 28.


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

"Rhino What You Did Last Summer." With his vacation ruined, Sam and fellow gumshoe Eddie must cross blades with a crazed safari woman and her rampaging rhino, before being led down a dark jungle path to discover who's really after Sam. What they uncover just might bury them both. Literally!

24 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on March 7.


Written, art and cover by Erik Larsen.

A desperate search leads Dragon to a sinful city fraught with peril. Big guns. Big action. Deadly consequences. Not for the squeamish.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 28.

SPAWN #168

Written by David Hine, art and cover by Philip Tan.

"The Crucible of the Clown." Spawn believes he has gotten rid of The Clown, finally, and at great cost to himself and those around him. But is it possible to rid oneself of such a curseable creature forever? Pick up this issue to find out.

32 pages, $2.95, in stores on March 28.


Written by Rick Remender, art and cover by Peter Bergting.

"Golden Lights," part 2 of 4. Enraged at the loss of his lordship, Belial discovers Bethany mere miles from the gateway to heaven. Finally so near her goal, Bethany won't go down without giving her former owner the fight of his life.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 21.


Written by Steve Horton, art and cover by David Ahn.

Rob and Lyndsey are locked in a death embrace! Nick has to face the fallout from his daring terrorist act! The Overlord is not pleased! And who is Mr. Conner?

32 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on March 28.


Written and art by Tom Beland.

"Leap of Faith." Tom Beland becomes the Man Without Fear when he decides to finally publish his first comic book. If you ever wanted to publish a comic, but were afraid to, because you had no idea how to do so... join the club! You'll see every embarassing, stupid move Beland made on his way to entering the world of comic book publishing! If this dork can do it... anyone can!

24 pages, black and white, $2.99.


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

The ninth month begins.

32 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on March 28.



Written by Ron Marz, art by Stjepan Sejic, cover by Chris Bachalo.

Danielle Baptiste, the new bearer of the Witchblade, realizes that the Witchblade can be a bit of a "weirdness magnet." On her trip home to visiting her ailing father she begins having horrific, ghostly encounters with the unquiet dead, their graves destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. Only Danielle can return them to their rest. Meanwhile an old foe of Sara returns to haunt her and now she doesn't have the Blade to protect her...or her unborn child.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins and David Wohl, penciled by Patrick Blaine, covers by Dale Keown and Stjepan Sejic.

Welcome to the world of The Darkness. In this special issue, find out what it means to be not the bearer of The Darkness, but part of the power itself. Through the eyes of the Schlog, the German darkling creatures in the hellish world of The Darkness, we'll see for the first time what it's like to serve The Darkness. This terrifying look into the inner workings of The Darkness brings a new level of horror to Jackie's world!This special series, brought to you by The Darkness video game/comic scribe Paul Jenkins and The Darkness co-creator David Wohl, parallels the levels of the much anticipated video game by 2K, while bringing you original stories that show you a side of The Darkness you've never seen. These stand-alone stories can be enjoyed without the video game, but add a new level to the playing experience!

32 pages, $2.99.


Art by Starbreeze.

Bring the The Darkness video game from Starbreeze and 2K home as a limited edition lithograph of 500 pieces reproduced at the highest quality possible at 12 by 18 inches!



Written by Garth Ennis, art and cover by Marc Silvestri.

With the highly anticipated The Darkness video game from 2K just around the corner, Top Cow is releasing a collection of the best of The Darkness to bring fans of the video game into the fold. This video game collection reprints the essential Coming of Age origin story arc by Garth Ennis and Marc Silvestri, which introduced the world to Jackie Estacado, the terrible power and curse known as The Darkness as well as other Top Cow favorite's such as The Angelus, The Brotherhood of The Darkness and more. This is the essential Darkness.

176 pages, $14.99.


Written by Yasuko Kobayashi, art by Kazasa Sumita, covers by Sumita and Gonzo.

Top Cow Productions and Bandai Entertainment present a wholly unique interpretation of the Witchblade mythos in this authentic manga. Takeru is an average schoolgirl being raised in a Buddhist monastery by a group of nuns. That is until a group of mysterious black clad monks show up at the monastery with bad intent! In this issue Takeru and Kou return from school to the monastery only to find the entire place in shambles. As Kou searches for the nuns outside, Takeru remembers the mysterious, forbidden claw locked away inside. But can she get to it in time? Originally serialized in Japan's popular magazine, Champion Red, and written by Witchblade animte head writer, Yasuko Kobayashi, this uniquely Japanese tale is collected for the first time in standard comic format and in full color.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Hugh Sterbakov, penciled by Will Conrad, colored by Blond, covers by Conrad and Rodolfo Migliari.

"Fundamentals of Fear x153: The Question" pt. 4. The secret of Mr. Fiddlesticks is revealed! The Freshmen must come together to save one of their own! Things take a turn for the darker as the Jupiter Corporation, the sinister company owned by The Puppeteer's father, finally makes their move! What evil secret will The Freshmen uncover when they infiltrate Jupiter's horrifying Research & Development department?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Wickline, art by Ben Templesmith, Tone Rodriguez, Nat Jones, Chris Moreno and more, cover by Mike Mayhew and Dean White.

See the imagination of a writer run amok as Wickline rolls out story after hilarious story in a dizzying array of genres with an all-star cast of artists! A whopping 16 short stories.

96 pages, black and white, $12.99.

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Written and art by D.J. Coffman, colored by Jason Embury.

When Jack King finds the lair of a vanished superhero in his apartment building, he decides to auction off some of the memorabilia. But Jack's efforts to cash-in attract the attention of the hero's arch-enemy -- a villain even the Hero By Night couldn't destroy.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written and layouts by Rob Moran, pencils and inks by James Devlin, colors by Tom Smith, covers by Christian Gossett and Moran.

Captain Ethan Cutter leads the Red Death Commandos behind the vampire lines to hook up with the human resistance inside the Blood Nation. But when their mission takes them to an abandoned bio-weapons research lab, they learn that man is not the only creature infected with the vampire plague.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dean Motter, art and color by Dennis Calero.

Jon thinks he's seeing things that aren't there -- until he discovers that he's slipping into an alternate world! Jon is a Unique, one of the few people with no counterpart on any other parallel Earth, enabling him to move between worlds at will. But now that ability has made him a target... A battle that spans worlds, and just might destroy those worlds!

48 pages, $2.99.

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