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Created by Guy Ritchie, written by Andy Diggle, art by Mukesh Singh, cover by John Cassaday.

Enhance your experience of Guy Ritchie's Gamekeeper with this special extended edition of Gamekeeper #1! As Brock's past comes back to haunt him, he is sucked into a web of politics, science, money and death. Will his animalistic instincts be enough for him to survive? Go behind-the-scenes and get an exclusive look at the making of Gamekeeper #1, including original script pages from Andy Diggle and artist layouts of key scenes. With a special variant ink cover by John Cassaday.

32 pages, $2.99.


Created by Shekhar Kapur, written by Zeb Wells, art by Vivek Shinde, cover by Michael Gaydos.

Jessica Peterson's life used to be ordinary. And then, suddenly, it wasn't. In the blink of an eye, she went from dive-bar waitress to reincarnated goddess, the Snake Woman. Since then, things have never been more different. She hunts and is simultaneously hunted by the 68, a secret society composed of the reincarnated souls of the British explorers who desecrated the snake-goddess' temple in the jungles of India over 300 years ago. James Harker, head of the 68, has been secretly mentoring Jessica, but now she rejects him and his world, hoping to escape her murderous tendencies and reclaim the direction of her life. But as the modern-day incarnation of her ancient mate comes to the fore, will she be able to turn her back on destiny? The beginning of a new mini-series.

32 pages, $2.99.

DEVI #12

Written by Saurav Mohapatra, art by Saumin Patel, cover by Tony Shasteen.

She is Tara Mehta, avatar of the Devi, a celestial warrior who hosts the essence of an entire pantheon. Forever torn between the divine and the human, she has found some semblance of peace in devoting herself to making a better world. But all that is about to change. As ancient specters of Armageddon awaken from their slumber, and the countdown to a final cataclysm begins, Tara comes face to face with her most formidable opponent: herself.

32 pages, $2.99.

RAMAYAN 3392 A.D.: RELOADED #1 (#9)

Created by Deepak Chopra and Shekhar Kapur, written by Shamik Dasgupta, art and cover by Abhishek Singh, variant cover by Michael Avon Oeming.

The epic tale Ramayan 3392 A.D. has just been reloaded! The quest of the hero Rama, his loyal brother Lakshman, and the beautiful Seeta has just begun, with the original creative team now guided by comic impresario Ron Marz. This issue marks a jumping-on point for readers, and sees the beginning of a regular series of character-driven back-up features, penned by Marz and drawn by a series of superstar comics artists. In this issue, Marz and Michael Avon Oeming tell the tale of Rama himself, while in the lead feature the wounds Rama has suffered in battle have left him at death's door, and only a miracle can save him. If Rama perishes ... so does the world's hope.

32 pages, $2,99.


Written by Saurav Mohapatra, art by Manikandan, cover by Brian Stelfreeze.

In the 19th century, when the sun did not dare set on the British Empire, James Jensen went to India as a soldier in Her Majesty's Army. Losing his family to betrayal and brutal violence, Jensen became a Sadhu, a mystic warrior who must walk the spiritual path to salvation. As the latest chapter of the saga begins, emptiness rules James Jensen's heart, and he wanders aimlessly. His travels bring him to the Kumbh Mela, an epic gathering of mystics, where deadly enemies and shadowy allies lie in wait. But an even bigger surprise awaits James, as he learns that a loved one might still live!

32 pages, $2.99.


Created by Deepak Chopra, written by Saurav Mohapatra, art and cover by Satish Tayade.

Virgin Comics presents as part of Deepak Chopra's India Authentic, the story of the most primal and feared aspect of the Indian Mother Goddess, the legend of Kaali. She was born in a crimson haze. She bathed in the blood of a thousand hearts, devoured a million creations and smeared on herself, the ashes of infinity -- and then she slept. When Rakta Veej the Blood Demon and his unstoppable army of bloodspawns lay siege to Amaravati, the City of Gods, the Gods desperately invoke the slumbering Vampiric spirit of Kaali the Destroyer to fight their battle. But once the battle is done, will Kaali stop there? Or will her primal instincts cause her to turn on the Gods themselves?

32 pages, $2.99.


Created by John Woo, written by: Garth Ennis, art by Jeevan Kang, cover by Yoshitaka Amano.

The first graphic novel from action film director John Woo (Face/Off, Mission Impossible: 2). Six hundred years ago long, before history's great explorers stole the credit for their feats, mighty Chinese treasure fleets set sail to reach every continent. These voyages of discovery left behind an evil legacy and a plot by a powerful Chinese sorcerer to dominate the world. Our story begins in modern day Los Angeles where an ancient Chinese prophecy must be fulfilled. Seven men with nothing in common but their destinies must face the Son of Hell to save the world.

144 pages, $14.99.


Created by Shekhar Kapur, written by Zeb Wells, art by Michael Gaydos, cover by Mukesh Singh and Suresh Seetharaman.

Born 1981. First kiss 1996. Graduated with honors 2002. Moved to Los Angeles 2006. Within three years, she will have killed sixty-eight men. Jessica Peterson is learning first-hand that the cycle of revenge cannot be broken. Without understanding why, she finds herself turning into a creature -- a vicious Snakewoman. Her mission -- to avenge a centuries old wrong that was conceived half a world away, deep in the jungles of India. Terrified by her true nature and hunted by a mysterious organization known only as "The 68," Jessica must confront the monster that lurks inside her before it is too late.

144 pages, $14.99.


Written by Siddharth Kotian and Samit Basu, art by Mukesh Singh, cover by: Greg Horn.

Collect the Trade paperback compilation of the first five issues of Virgin's landmark launch title -- Shekhar Kapur's Devi. Devi (pronounced Day-vee) is India's first superhero. Tara Mehta, an unsuspecting young woman in the futuristic Indian city, Sitapur is the Devi. She has no idea that she is about to become the centerpiece of a divine battle between the Gods of Light and the demon Lord Bala. A powerhouse of a story about a young woman battling for survival in a landscape of ancient legends, duty and fate, Devi walks the line between tradition, destiny, and free will. Where will she fall? In the Divine? or the Diabolical?

144 pages, $14.99.

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