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Written by Alan Moore, art by Sebastian Fiumara, cover by Felipe Massafera.

Finally collected, here is one of Alan Moore's greatest works and his most critically acclaimed novella of all time, painstakingly adapted to comic books. Moore's frequent collaborator Antony Johnston has carefully preserved the story as it is presented in sequential form with grey-painted art by Lorenzo Lorente and Sebastian Fiumara. What would you pay to learn the innermost secrets of wizards? Young prostitute Som Som has made the ultimate sacrifice; literally sworn to secrecy by cosmetic surgery, the two halves of Som Som's brain have been severed, leaving her able to hear and see... but not speak or act. Now Som Som's unique attributes will put her firmly in the center of an impossible dilemma, as an old friend return to The House Without Clocks, and a deadly game of domination begins. This collected volume contains the entire four issue series, the full text of the original story, and both artist's original design sketches.

128 pages, black and white, $14.99 (Hardcover, $24.99).


Written by Warren Ellis, art and cover by Ivan Rodriguez.

Warren Ellis is unleashed on this all-new, ongoing, monthly sci-fi series! It's the near future. Noone has their flying car. Everyone feels cheated. What America needs now is a Mad Scientist. A city with a secret is shocked out of its apathy by the return of a young technological genius who has reinvented himself as Doktor Sleepless. But perhaps he never left and perhaps his planned new future doesn't include the city. The issue is available with a regular cover by series artist Ivan Rodriguez, or wraparound cover by Raulo Caceres, a signed poster edition which features a Doktor Sleepless poster signed by Warren Ellis himself, and also a rare 1-in-15 Future Warning Sign cover.

32 pages, $3.99 (Wraparound, $3.99; Signed Poster Edition, $5.99).


Written by Warren Ellis, art by Ryan Waterhouse, cover by Jacen Burrows.

The disastrous, carnage-filled last issue is finally ready to be unleashed on the world! Everything has gone wrong for Soo Park and her team of survivors while trying to find their way out of a city of cannibal zombies. But even if they do -- what happens when the zombies themselves break the city limits? Should she just run -- or should she find a way to contain the outbreak? Can a million people who inhaled the Blackgas be saved? This is a zombie holocaust. As well as the Standard cover by Jacen Burrows, this issue is available with Wraparound, Terror and Gore covers by artist Max Fiumara!

32 pages, $3.99 (Wraparound, $3.99; Terror, $3.99; Gore, $3.99).


Written by Tim Sullivan, art and cover by Raulo Caceres.

Robert Englund stars in this origin tale of the 2001 Maniacs written, by director Tim Sullivan! Just in time for the second film in this horror franchise, and written by the director and writer of the 2001 Maniacs movies, this Special fits into the continuity of the films. Tim Sullivan tells, for the first time, the origin of the 2001 Maniacs, and introduces two new characters that will be featured in the second film, coming out this fall! Fully-authorized and with his blessing, Englund's likeness is used on his character Mayor Buckman in this gruesome tale of betrayal. This comic will be promoted with a special "making of" featurette on the DVD release of the second 2001 Maniacs film. This issue is available with the standard, Wraparound, and Gore covers by artist Raulo Caceres, a Photo cover of Robert Englund as Mayor Buckman, and a special Englund signed edition that features a poster signed by Robert Englund, Tim Sullivan, and other members of the 2001 Maniacs cast and is limited to just 750 copies (ships with a certificate of authenticity).

32 pages, $3.99 (Wraparound, $3.99; Photo, $3.99; Gore, $3.99; Robert Englund Signed Edition, $24.99).


Written by John Russo, art by Dheeraj Verma, cover by Jacen Burrows.

Following hot on the heels of John Russo's shocking Plague of the Living Dead, this 6-issue mini-series begins where the special ended. Their home town is a war zone. Their loved ones are surely dead. They are pursued by military police, intent on their capture. And there's zombies roaming the streets of Stone Mountain... Hundred of flesh-eating, ravenous zombies! With nothing left for which to live and no hope for survival, a trio of Vietnam veterans plunge headlong into battle with the army of the undead that have destroyed everything to which they had hoped to return. The Plague of the Living Dead has spread and devoured all in its path, but the trio of soldiers find that there may be a glimmer of hope, as they find a pocket of survivors in the local high school gymnasium. But will this last outpost of humanity be their salvation or will it become a horrifying death-trap? As well as the standard cover by super-star Jacen Burrows, this issue is available with a Wraparound, Terror, Rotting and Gore cover by series artist Dheeraj Verma and a painted cover by Matt Busch.

16 pages, $2.50 (Wraparound, $2.99; Terror, $2.99; Painted, $2.99; Rotting, $2.99; Gore, $2.99).

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