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Written, art and cover by Jack Kirby.

Jack Kirby's Silver Star is collected in an oversized full color hardcover at last! Chronicling the rise of Homo-Geneticus, a genetically altered Breed of humanity, designed to survive an impending apocalypse, which spawns both the heroic Silver Star and the sadistic Darius Drumm! Silver Star is a surreal masterpiece! Insightful, thought-provoking, uproarious, frantic and deadly! Silver Star was Kirby's final creation, originally published by Pacific Comics in the early '80s. It's a huge, sweeping epic, filled with classic Kirby trademarks: crackling energy, memorable characters, outrageous dialogue, explosive action and ham-fisted romance! Featuring lush inks by Mike Royer and lovingly reconstructed colors by Erik Larsen, this deluxe hardcover is a must-have for any Kirby fan!

144 pages, $34.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Jason Howard.

Gary Hampton puts his newly acquired powers to the test. Wolf-Man finally takes to the streets -- saving lives and doing good. How will the public react to him -- and can he control the beast within?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 5.


Witness the birth of the world's most unlikely superhero -- Wolf-Man! Featuring all the material from the Free Comic Book Day edition as well as loads of bonus sketches, character designs and script excerpts.

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 5.


Written, art and cover by Jay Boose.

Vance Larroche is not your typical drug dealer. He's a manufacturer -- a chemist, to be exact. He doesn't waste time making street drugs like Heroin. He's looking to the future. The real money is in prescription drugs. Lately, it seems everyone wants him dead. Will he be able to survive when a mysterious woman further complicates his life?

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on July 25.


Written by Mark Kidwell, art and cover by Kidwell and Jay Fotos.

In the tradition of the classic "Creature From the Black Lagoon" by way of Lovecraft, peppered with gore and EC-style twists, comes the tale of loathsome beasts, treachery and red death beneath the waves. A self-contained one-shot, "Creature" sports a full 36 pages of full color story and art. The creative team that brought you '68 brings you an all-new tale of extreme horror!

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 5.


Written by mink and Paolo Parente, art and cover by Parente.

It's The Dirty Dozen versus robots, zombies and more! Jump into battle as the Allies and the Sino-Soviet Union join forces to fight the evil Axis; a powerful group (Germany, Japan and Africa) whose plans to dominate the world are bolstered by their amazing weapons -- built using alien technology taken from a crashed space ship. Paolo Parente and mink have created a seamless blend of historical events and cutting edge Sci-Fi to bring you Dust -- a groundbreaking World War II adventure! Writer mink is a feature film and MTV music video director who has worked with Snoop Dogg, Slum Village, Sheryl Crow and many more. Parente's art style was molded in the fashion world as Versace's lead illustrator, before turning his skills towards graphic novel covers, World of Warcraft art, Magic the Gathering trading cards and toy design.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on July 5.


Written by Warren Ellis, art and cover by Ben Templesmith.

There are reasons why hostage negotiators get special training. They need to create calm, bond with their targets, and appear credibly understanding and empathetic. In the crumbling city of Snowtown, the closest thing they have to a hostage negotiator is detective Richard Fell, who has a dozen psychology books and a history of shooting people who annoy him. And, in Snowtown, hostage-takers aren't doing it for personal gain. They're only doing it for hate.

24 pages, $1.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Christopher E. Long, art and cover by Ryan Winn.

In the near future, the Witness Protection Program will relocate people throughout time to ensure their safety. But when hired assassins begin finding and killing them, Nathan Crew -- a simple technician in the now-defunct Time Portal Division of the WPP -- is forced to travel back in time to try and stop the atrocities!

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on July 25.


Written, art and cover by Kyle Baker.

Shock and "Aaaw." After a humiliating defeat at the hands of a mouse, Dad is covered in glue traps. Mom & the kids adopt a cat against Dad's wishes and hide it from him. Dad doesn't catch on for days. Baby Jackie demonstrates 15 wrong ways to pick up a cat, then suddenly discovers she's been replaced as the center of her big sister's attention! It's an all-out war between the jealous baby and the fuzzy kitten, and no Baker is safe!

96 pages, $18.99, in stores on July 11.


Written, art and cover by Doug Tennapel.

Down-on-his-luck Mafioso, Eddie Paretti is so desperate for cash he's agreed to steal a dead body from his own mob boss! Things only get worse when he discovers the body isn't human! With few options and fewer people he can trust, Eddie calls on the man who raised him, Father McHugh. The priest tells Eddie that the body was stolen from his monastery by the Mafia. Father McHugh is accompanied by a beautiful woman Eddie swears looks just like a stripper he once fell in love with named Black Cherry.

192 pages, black and white, $17.99, in stores on July 11.


Written, art and cover by Mark Haven Britt.

A lifetime marked with Napoleonic bosses has generated a rage in Boom that she can't contain anymore -- only aim. Her target? Her boss. That same day, Boom comes home to find an old friend standing on her fire escape. David's double-crossed a drug dealer and he's looking for help. Boom tells him, "I can't. I've given myself one day to make it all right or I'm just going to kill myself. What do you think of that?"

David smiles, "Chaos it is then. We'll need coffee."

Full Color is an action-packed odyssey through New York. Fast-paced and thoughtful, compelling and funny, Full Color is a revenge-fueled morality tale for a post-September 11th world.

176 pages, black and white, $15.99.


Art and cover by Jospeh Michael Linsner.

A Linsner Girl is one with a sparkle in her eye, a saucy pose and plenty of beautiful skin. Girls & Goddesses features Dawn, Dark Ivory and many other gorgeous Linsner pin-up girls collected together for the first time! Showcasing pae after page of previously unpublished work, this volume is a must for all lovers of true beauty, both earthly and divine. 112 pages of luscious, full color Linsner cheesecake -- served extra sweet -- await you in this 9" x 12" hardcover book. Plus: A special signed, limited-edition featuring a dazzling full color signing plate and eight bonus pages of full-color material exclusive to this edition. Strictly numbered to just 500 copies.

112 pages, $29.99, in stores on July 12 (Signed and numbered, $75).


Written, art and cover by Scott Morse.

Award-winning storyteller Scott Morse's Scrap Mettle is the culmination of every spare moment spent away from the creation of his graphic novels and his duties at Pixar. This book is the reservoir of the products of a mind that won't empty of its ideas. Scrap Mettle, a gargantuan volume of both electrifying images and smaller, personal thoughts, is a must-have for any admirer of sketching and painting, and a sure favorite of any follower of the retro pop art scene.

400 pages, $39.99, in stores on July 18.


Written, art and cover by Eric Shanower.

High King Agamemnon lusts to conquer the wealthy city of Troy. He leads his army across the sea, fighting all the way. On the island of Tenedos, just off the coast of Troy, Achilles leads the attack. Spears fly and men die. When the dust settles, Achilles finds himself one step closer to his tragic fate. Meanwhile, the Trojans prepare their defenses and gather allies. Agamemnon's offer of a peace embassy to King Priam reassures few. War appears inevitable. Even Helen dreads to face what lies ahead for her and everyone she loves or once loved. Collects Age of Bronze #20-26 -- the retelling of the Trojan War.

176 pages, black and white, $17.99 (hardcover, $27.99), in stores on July 5.


Written by Nick Capetanakis and Todd Livingston, art and cover by Brendon Fraim and Brian Fraim.

When a tiny U.S. town becomes an independent country, its clueless citizens decide to model their new nation after America -- with hilarious results! This collection of the first 150 strips of the popular webcomic includes pin-ups by special guest artists, exclusive never-before-seen strips and an Introduction by Gregory Itzin (President Logan on the TV series 24.)

96 pages, black and white, $9.99, in stores on July 18.


Written, art and cover by Jimmie Robinson.

Bomb Queen's dictatorship over New Port city is threatened when she falls in love with the wrong man. Can our favorite villain get her head out of the clouds and her legs back together before she loses everything? An outrageously salacious satire sure to appeal to your "guilty pleasure" funnybone! Includes the Bomb Queen vs. Black Light One-Shot.

128 pages, $14.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Mark Englert.

Capes Inc. is a business that employs super-powered individuals to protect the city of New York and occasionally, the world. Bolt! Kid Thor! Knock Out! Commander Capitalism! They're all on the payroll -- superheroes who punch a time clock, take lunch breaks and get overtime. Collects Capes 1-3, the 72 page back-up story from Invincible and loads of sketch material.

144 pages, $14.99, in stores on July 11.


Written, art and cover by Jim Valentino.

Rocketed into space by his Junior CPA father, who thought his planet was going to explode -- it didn't -- he traveled for 20 years until landing on the planet Levram (read it backwards) where everyone has super powers, except him! Befriended by the witless Captain Everything -- who can negate all known laws of physics, but forgets how to fly in mid-flight -- normalman only wants to escape from this insane world (don't we all)! Collected for the first time, every single story and drawing from anaward-winning seminal parody series!

432 pages, black and white, $19.99, in stores on July 11.


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

See how the greatest cosmic superhero epic of the new century began! See Commander Adam Archer, Maxim, Basil Cronus, Nickelhead, IBOGA and more in all their oversized glory! What other book delivers the Secret Origin of the Universe? None! What other book squeezes your guts like an angry Torture-Bot? None! Only Godland gives you everything you'll ever need! Collects Godland issues #1-12 plus more than 40 pages of cosmic-powered, behind-the-scenes extras!

340 pages, $34.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by David Schwartz, art by Sean Wang, cover by Chris Bachalo.

The Flare is dying. His own super-powers are eating him alive, melting him down from within. During his final days, The Flare must struggle with his volatile life and the questionable decisions he's made along the way, hoping to find redemption before time runs out. See the final moments that prove what a hero can -- and should -- be.

The trade paperback edition includes with never-before-seen bonus materials, including: a foreword by Robert Kirkman, all-star artist pin-ups, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Chris Bachalo's cover art, creator's commentary, deleted scenes, alternate endings, character designs, and more!

160 pages, $15.99, in stores on July 5.


Written by Todd Farmer and Don Marquez, cover by Mark Schultz.

Only one thing worse than not being able to make out with yer sister... and that's not being able to make out with your sister because the green-skinned alien sumbitch you been fightin' with done went and carried her back to his buried spaceship to make green-skinned babies with'er!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 5.


Written by Claudio Sanchez, art by Gus Vazquez, cover by Tony Moore.

Coheed and Cambria learn the truth about their children -- and discover dangerous secrets about their past -- as the Prise make an unexpected journey to visit Mariah Antillarea. Why is everyone afraid of the Flies, and can the Prise and Mariah work together to stop Wilhelm Ryan's plan -- or has the release of the Priests begun the destruction of Heaven's Fence?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 5.


Written by Steve Niles and Thomas Jane, art by Jim Daly and Tim Bradstreet, cover by Bernie Wrightson.

Bad Planet is back! Raw Studios and Image Comics bring you a terrifying epic of alien invasion. Imprisoned since his own planet was mysteriously destroyed by alien beasts, the Phaedon Warriro escapes his captors and lands here on Earth. Bradstreet will be inking Daley's nightmarish pencil-work for the series while Bernie Wrightson, Mark Shultz, Mike Kaluta and Dave Stevens offer soon-to-be-classic covers.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 18.


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

Chrysalis, the armored femme fatale, is one of Captain Dynamo's oldest enemies. But was there another facet to their relationship? Chrysalis claims there was, as she reveals a hidden connection to one of Captain Dynamo's offspring. Meanwhile, F.L.A.G. continues their efforts to debrief Dynamo 5.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on July 5.


Written by Richard Starkings, art by Moritat, cover by Ladronn, flip cover by Moritat.

"Man of Peace" Nikken: Creator of the Elephantmen, Scientist, Geneticist. Imprisoned for crimes against humanity. Serengheti: African Businessman, a man who hates the Elephantmen. These are two men driven by hungers and desires that would chill the souls of ordinary mortals, yet still pawns in a bigger game played by men of much darker visions.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Joshua Ortega, art by Nat Jones and Jay Fotos, covers by Frank Frazetta, Jones and Fotos.

Adelia Atar and Lambeau catch up with the Death Dealer at Cascada Pass, and learn the shocking secret of his origin! The mysterious stranger finally steps out of the shadows, but what are his ties to the Death Dealer -- and does he fight on the side of the King of Oro or the evil forces of Mirahan?

32 pages $3.99, in stores on July 11.


Written by Simon Spurrier, art and cover by Frazer Irving.

Meet the NoSunMan: serial killer, psychedelic horror-merchant and all-out freak. Albert and Mary must confront this faceless terror if they're to stand any chance of reaching their prize; but what dark secrets will they find in the mangled debris, swallowed by the World-Fish..? Meanwhile in the city, the vile rituals of the priesthood pass unnoticed by the masses. But in the shadows, among the desperate and dispossessed, the first eruptions of rebellion descend upon Gutsville.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.


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

In deep space, surrounded by Viltrumites, all alone. Allen the Alien faces his fiercest fight yet. Meanwhile, back on Earth, Invincible and Atom Eve finally decide to talk.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 18.


Written by Michael Allred, art and cover by Michael Allred and Laura Allred.

Has Frank "Madman" Einstein found his way out of his multi-dimensional funk? Can he hope to find his way back to the original reality? Will he be able to program his universal remote so he can find all his favorite TV shows? Some of these questions just may be answered in this groundbreaking (and dimension-breaking) issue!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 5.


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

Eddie Edison is the Susan Lucci of superhero tryouts -- every year, he makes a bid for full membership of the Council of American Super Heroes (a non-profit organization, all checks payable to C.A.S.H.) -- every year, he sets new records for futility. Will this be his year? Chances are slim? Will he go down in flames? All signs point to "Yes." Will it involve a great deal of physical pain? Well... that would be giving the whole story away.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on July 18.

PVP #36

Written and art by Scott Kurtz, cover by Claire Hummel.

Shiny! The PvP gang hit a science fiction convention. Plot a course for hilarity, warp-factor nerd!

24 pages, black and white, $3.50, in stores on July 25.


Written by Rick Spears, art and cover by Rob G.

Our boys, Emil and KD, are hot on the case of the escaped clone, but so is crazy-ass Lola and her crew. The two teams race for leads through the sprawl in an insane gun-blasting, car-thrashing hover chase into the murky depths of the dangerous lower city. Here in the mutant-filled, forgotten subterranean, our Repo teams come head to head with a well-armed army of angry clones, hell bent on saving their clone brother.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on July 18.


Written by Doug Wagner, art and variant cover by Brian Stelfreeze, cover by Cully Hamner.

The joyride that started last issue is turning into a bloodbath. Note to reader: never steal a car with a trunk full of the mob's guns. They won't like that. Meanwhile, Laci tries hard to change her killin' ways, but being good is just so damn hard -- God love her for tryin'.

32 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on July 5.


Written, art and cover by David Hine, colored by Rob Steen.

Alex pushes his way into the memories, dreams and nightmares of Anthony Corbeau, in an attempt to discover what it is that Corbeau is trying to hide from him. What fuels Corbeau's obsession with African fetishes and what lies at the heart of his troubled marriage?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 11.

SPAWN #172

Written by David Hine, art by Brian Haberlin, cover by Greg Capullo.

What made Al Simmons the person who grew up to be Spawn? Al struggles to recover his lost memories of an encounter with a sinister stranger. An encounter that led to bloody murder and changed the destinies of three young men in "A Tale of Three Brothers."

32 pages, $2.95, in stores on August 29.


Written by Brian Holguin, art by Philip Tan, cover by Jay Anacleto.

"The Winter King," Part Three -- The saga of the Winter King continues... The Godslayer has traveled across the world to reach the hall of Urshrek, a cannibalistic deity who feeds on the souls of children. Now he comes face to face at last with the brutal tyrant God and his horde of shadow warriors. Let the battle begin!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on July 25.


Written by Christopher E. Long, art and cover by Chee.

This hardboiled mini-series comes to an emotional close as Norma Balitzer must face the sins of her past! Death and mayhem make it impossible for her wards, Dravis and Carrie, to envision a normal life -- but that doesn't stop them from making a stand as they fight for a life free from murder and misery!

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on July 5.


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

Death surrounds them.

32 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on July 18.


KISS 4K #3

Written by Ricky Sprague, art and color by Daniel Campos and Kevin Crossley, cover by Rodolfo Migliari.

When the KISS 4K team, Demon, Starchild, King of All Beasts, Celestial, and Wicked Lester are attacked by the mad Dr. Magus and his army of knights on horseback, they must learn to use recently discovered powers or be destroyed. Plus, the Destroyer Cult makes a deal with Unholy to destroy our heroes. And lookee here! This issue's cover is part of a series of interlocking covers that grace KISS 4K #2-#5!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Asa Shumskas-Tait, art by Dennis Budd and Joe Caramanga, colors by Stu Chaifetz, cover by Joseph Michael Linsner.

When nerdy Oliver falls in love with beautiful Casey, he has no idea that she's been marked by her ex-boyfriend Gavin to be possessed by Kavaleth, Lord of Kaos. A supernatural drama about the consumption of love, desire and power plays out in this demonic love triangle!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Fred van Lente, art by Scott Koblish, colors by Paul Mounts.

We all know tourists can be pushy, but when martial artist Tommy Zhou and his partner Megan search for the secret scroll of Bohidharma and the mystic techniques of the Wu Shu, they find they can be downright deadly. Is Tommy really the long-lost descendant of Shan-Tao? And who is Shan-Tao?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Scott O. Brown, art by Ferran Xalabarder, colored by Charlie Kirchoff, cover by Clayton Crain.

When industrious, right-wing survivalist David Paxton is sent to a tough Texas prison, he has no idea that it's secretly run by vampires, who use the inmates to feed on. Now, Paxton's one hope of escape is a desperate prison riot and an uneasy alliance with a ruthless killer named Robbart.

72 pages, $12.99.

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