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Art and cover by P. Craig Russell.

For the first time ever, a volume devoted to one of the most legendary and influential comic book artists of the past 25 years. This book offers readers and fans a chance to witness his immense and phenomenal career from start to present, offering glimpses of previously never-before-seen material from his files and sketchbooks, as well as beautifully reproduced images of his personal favorites. Brought to you by the publishing house responsible for The Art of Brian Bolland.

256 pages, $49.99.


Written by Bryan Talbot, art and cover by Mark Stafford.

A supernatural comedy adventure. The bland serenity of Heaven is shattered by the assassination of the Grand Council by the Archangel Abaddon. He's decided it's better to rule in Hell than serve in Heaven and has made a pact with Lucifer to take his place. Five cherubs, bored out of their skulls with the tedium of eternal leisure, suddenly find they're in the frame for the murder. They escape to Earth on the trail of Abaddon, the only one who can prove them innocent, who's gone to New York to fulfil the first part of his bargain -- to prepare the ground for Lucifer by raising hell on Earth.

32 pages, black and white, $3.99.


Written by Jamie Delano and Tom Peyer, art and cover by John McCrea.

What can America do with 2.2 million prison inmates? What it does best: Turn a profit. Make celebrities. Execute them live on TV. Sell advertising. And praise the Lord. A black comedy. The story lives up to its title.

112 pages, black and white, $15.99.


Written by Mike Raicht, art and cover by Federico Dallacchio.

New York City... a blizzardŠ the world in ruin... the undead fill the city streets. Those few lucky enough to survive the initial wave of undead lie huddled together in power deprived buildings high above the streets. Kolin Fleet and his small band of survivors seek to get out of the city before the snow thaws and the Zombies are roaming free once again. Unfortunately, King Zombie has other ideas. Events from this limited series will dramatically affect those in the regular Deadworld series.

32 pages, black and white, $3.99.


Written and art by Mike Baron, Evan Dorkin, Joe Keatinge, Dove McHargue, Phil Hester, Chris McLoughlin, Christine Norrie, James Robinson, P. Craig Russell, R. G. Taylor, Steve Rasnic Tem and Rob Walton, cover by Phil Hester.

Celebrating its second year of publication, the Eagle, Eisner, and Harvey Award nominated 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.


Written by Don McGregor, art by Mike Peters, cover by Craig Hamilton.

The most explosive hero in comics returns! Sabre, the character and the series that helped change where comics were sold and bought, returns as creator/writer Don McGregor brings his ground-breaking swashbuckling champion for individuality back in this all-new original prequel to the legendary graphic novel. In a future society that condemns rebels with wholesale slaughter, Sabre and his future love, Melissa Siren, the first woman born from a test tube fetus, defy society and their masters, daring to fight for the right to be together! Blackstar Blood, Midnight Storm, Crimson Dawn and all the other familiar names will be here. Sabre -- in our time and our placeŠhe's needed more than ever!

48 pages, black and white, $4.99.

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