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Written and art by Hiroaki Samura.

The immortality of the captive Manji is being sorely tested, as the horrifying experiments commanded by Habaki Kagimura in the dungeons below Edo castle continue. One of Kagimura's doctors, Ayame Burando, has already gone half-mad, tormented by the sickening mutilations intended to unlock the secret of passing Manji's amazing regenerative powers to others, and Burando's replacements have upped the ante with their utter incompetence. Meanwhile, Manji's charge, Rin, is desperately trying to find him, but Edo's brutal police are on her trail, and the race is on for Rin to free her immortal bodyguard before she joins him behind bars!

280 pages, black and white, $19.95, in stores on Feb. 6.


Written by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi, art by Guy Davis, colored by Dave Stewart, cover by Davis.

"Somewhere out there, a man I've known for years has changed into God knows what..."

The monsters have disappeared, leaving a wake of dead bodies and unanswered questions in B.P.R.D.: Killing Ground's final issue. Kate and Johann hope to get some answers from the people who hold the key to the recent murders: the victims.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Brian K. Vaughan, penciled by Georges Jeanty, inked by Andy Owens, colored by Dave Stewart, covers by Jeanty and Jo Chen.

Slayers battle to the death in the thrilling conclusion to Brian K. Vaughan's four-issue run on Buffy Season Eight.

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 5.


Written by Steve Niles, art by Bernie Wrightson.

Stosh Bludowski is a killer, born with the capacity for no apparent human emotion other than rage. Killing comes easy for Blud, and he makes a good living doing what's easy -- until the day he meets two jobs in an alley who just won't die, and a grotesque mystery unfolds right in front of him. Soon, the remorseless killer is confronted by a reality he could never imagine, and he will be invited to make a decision once and for all . . . is he human, or is he Other?

112 pages, $14.95, in stores on Feb. 27.


Elisa Cameron has come to discover more about herself than she once thought possible. As the tortured specter Ghost, she knew only that she endured great pain because of her supposed death and wanted others to suffer for it as well. Ghost emerged as one of Dark Horse's most popular and enduring original characters. Modeled after products that were popular in the 1930s and 1940s, the new statuettes being produced by Dark Horse are designed and manufactured consistent with earlier "syroco"-style figures. Produced in a limited edition of only 500 hand-numbered copies.

Comes hand-numbered Includes a booklet and vintage-style pin, $49.95, in stores on May 14.


Written by Timothy Truman, penciled by Tomas Giorello, colored by Richard Isanove, cover by Cary Nord.

Dark Horse Comics and the Conan team introduce new series artist Tomás Giorello! Best known for the powerful fantasy illustrations for Wizards of the Coast and other prominent publishers, Giorello has also made his mark on comics, contributing to a slew of Star Wars titles. Now, he lends his pencils to the barbarian, joining writer Timothy Truman as he takes Conan from the boisterous "Rogues in the House" to an adaptation of the darker Howard fragment "The Hand of Nergal."

Conan has escaped the city with his head intact, but little else to show for his labors. Little does he know that a piece of his past still follows him, stalking the Cimmerian with the patience of the grave . . .

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Steve Niles, art by Nick Stakal, colored by Michelle Madsen, cover by Tim Bradstreet.

Let's get everyone up to speed on Cal McDonald's most recent exploits. Last we saw of Cal and his ghoul buddy Mo'Lock, they'd snuck into a secret compound of Satanists who were having a birthday party for a cute little baby whose papa is the devil himself. That was right before Cal nabbed the baby and Mo' got himself chopped in half by a thousand-year-old Templar Knight who's been waiting for his curtain call since about 1118 A.D. With his partner sliced to oblivion and a sweet little Satanic bundle of baby girl in his arms, Cal's got to think fast or he and his new charge will be sharing Mo'Lock's bloody fate.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Mike Richardson, art by Todd Herman, inked by Al Milgrom, cover by Mike Mignola.

The latest addition to the Dark Horse horror line is this chilling original graphic novel from writer and publisher Mike Richardson (The Secret, Cravan). Twentysomething Meagan Walters regains consciousness and finds herself locked in an empty room of an old house. She's bleeding from the back of her head, and has no memory of where the wound came from -- she'd been at a club with some friends . . . left angrily . . . was she abducted? When Meagan peers through the door's keyhole, she starts to suspect that her captor isn't quite human . . .

112 pages, $9.95, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written and art by Kevin Ferrara.

The Shaman is dying . . . the Cavalry is coming . . . his world is collapsing! What is real and what is a hallucination? Can the Deadlander figure it all out in time to escape the clutches of the Bog Witch?

22 pages, $2.99.


Written by Rob Reger, Jessica Gruner and Cosmic Debris, art by Buzz Parker, Ryan Hill and Cosmic Debris.

Emily has a joke for you: What's deliciously satisfying and best served cold? . . . Revenge! In this third issue of our new miniseries, our poor, unsuspecting readers will be subjected to an education in the fine art of revenge from the mini queen of mischief, Emily. But for this issue she'd prefer to be referred to as "Her Royal Revengenator", okay? Anyway, this issue also contains the third chapter in our ongoing serial "Dead Cat Walking", an all-new guest artist Trip-Out, and lots and lots of vicious, vengeful revenge.

32 pages, black and white, $3.50, in stores on Dec. 26.


Written by Rick Remender, penciled by Mat Broome, inked by Sean Parsons, colored by Wendy Broome.

A thematic merging of The Lord of the Rings and Watchmen, The End League follows a cast of the last remaining supermen and women as they embark on a desperate and perilous journey through a world dominated by evil, in hopes of locating the one remaining artifact that can save humanity -- the Hammer of Thor.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 26.


Written by Rick Remender, penciled by Jerome Opena, colored by Michelle Madsen.

Lost deep in the subterranean maze of the barbaric Kipferi, Heath is forced to fight his allies in the aliens' arena of death or watch all the Fear Agents die! Across the galaxy Charlotte discovers Mara's true motivations during an encounter with the deadly space pirates of the Centurion Nebula!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 26.


Written by Rick Remender, penciled by Tony Moore, inked by Remender and Ande Parks, colored by Lee Loughridge.

The origin of the last Fear Agent revealed! Fan-favorite creators Rick Remender and Tony Moore reunite to tell the most pulse-pounding yarn yet. Tired and broken down, trucker Heath Huston returns home after months on the road to find his troubles have only just begun as Earth is attacked by the three feuding alien races. Within hours nearly every living creature on Earth is obliterated, leaving Heath and his wife Charlotte trapped in the middle of a nightmare with no way out.

104 pagees, $13.95, in stores on Feb. 6.


ReelArt Studios and Dark Horse Comics are proud to present Frazetta's Egyptian Queen, the third offering of a four-statue collection inspired by the original artwork of one of the world's most beloved fantasy illustrators, Frank Frazetta. The fully hand-painted statue, as sculpted by Gabriel Marquez, depicts one of Mr. Frazetta's most famous works and was personally overseen and approved by the master.

12 1/4" tall, 12 1/8" wide, 11 7/8" deep, limited to 2,000 units for worldwide distribution, $350, in stores on Jan. 30.


Written and art by Matt Wagner.

Hunter Rose tightens his grip on the New York underworld through violence and intimidation in this previously untold chapter in the life of the original Grendel!

Writer and artist Matt Wagner tells the tale of a brilliant and confident Rose -- successful novelist, deadly assassin, and ruthless mastermind -- held back from complete success by a single problem. The man who stalks the night as Grendel is being haunted himself. As the feeling of being watched grows, Rose becomes increasingly distracted -- a dangerous proposition for a man hated by both cops and robbers alike. Grendel must maintain order within his growing empire, even as the greatest threat to his sovereignty may be the one lurking in shadows.

24 pages, black and white with red, $3.50, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written and art by Matt Wagner.

In seven chapters, all written and lusciously painted by Wagner, the deadly cyborg Grendel-Prime pursues the past with singular purpose, even while the decadent and decaying world he has forsaken hunts him for reasons of its own. With each chapter a twisted relation to the children's rhyme, "Rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief, doctor, lawyer, Indian chief," this tightly crafted work is an essential piece of the Grendel canon, and a tie-in to Wagner's popular Batman/Grendel series.

64 pages, hardcover, $14.95, in stores on Feb. 13.


Written by Mark Evanier, art by Sergio Aragones, colored by Tom Luth.

Here's where all hell breaks loose. Groo has caused destruction before, but will he be responsible for wiping out all of mankind? Given that this story features dinosaurs, volcanoes, earthquakes, tornados, floods, droughts and the biggest threat of all (Groo), it seems imminently possible.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Plus, art by Sung-Jae Park.

Concluding the hilarious tale of high-school romance -- one of the hottest titles in Korea! Hanami has made her decision: she's going back to Japan. The news comes as a shock to all her friends, and Hena is so dismayed at the prospect of losing her best friend that she encourages Joonho to ask Hanami out. Joonho agrees, hoping to keep Hanami in Korea, but now he's in trouble up to his ears . . . he already has a girlfriend, and his coworker Joori is still pursuing him with take-no-prisoners aggression! It all comes to a head at the school sports festival, in a roiling ending you won't soon forget.

160 pages, black and white, $9.95, in stores on Feb. 27.


Written by Tom Piccirlli.

Hellboy comes to the crossroads in Enigma, Georgia, a small town plagued by strange occurrences. Sent to keep an eye on Sarah Nail, a young girl hiding from the curse of her family, Hellboy becomes entangled in the blood debt of evil mystical preacher, Brother Jester. Stuck between human malice and the mysteries of the occult, Hellboy comes up against an intrigue of ghosts, demon trees, talking bullfrogs, and a race of lost mutant children.

256 pages, $12.95, in stores on Feb. 13.


Written by William Messner-Loebs, Dan Barry and Lee Marrs, art by Dan Barry, Leo Duranona, Karl Kesel, Andy Mushynsky and others.

Indiana Jones is back in this massive volume recounting three of the most important discoveries in the career of the twentieth century's most adventurous archaeologist!

Containing the long-out-of-print stories, "Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis," "Thunder in the Orient," and "Indiana Jones and the Arms of Gold," this substantial tome follows the intrepid Dr. Jones as he travels from Africa to Asia and nearly everywhere in between in a race against the Nazis for the world's greatest treasures. From lost cities, to ancient temples, to artifacts of legendary power, Indy will stop at nothing to preserve these prizes from the grasp of Adolf Hitler's evil minions.

352 pages, $24.95, in stores on Feb. 6.


Written by Roman Dirge, art by Steven Daily.

It would have been a Christmas like any other for little Lumie and her horrible, terrible, obnoxious, awful bully of a brother Billy. But then a funny little monster appeared and ate Billy right up! Lumie knows it's not really a good thing to let a monster eat your brother, but she can't help but notice that things are, in fact, much nicer now that he's gone. Now that things are looking up a little in her world, Lumie has to decide what to do with her new little monster friend, and -- most importantly -- what she's going to feed him...

48 pages, $12.95, in stores on Nov. 28.


First 4 Figures and Dark Horse Comics are proud to present an ongoing collection inspired by one of the world's greatest comic book characters, Judge Dredd. Patrolling the mean streets of Mega City One, a polluted megapolis of seven hundred million, Judge Dredd stands as one of the most iconic and long-lasting characters to emerge from the British comics scene. Originally published in the pages of Fleetway's 2000 AD magazine, some of the best British writers and artists have turned their hand to Judge Dredd.

This statue is inspired by one of the most famous art pieces, a cover by artist Greg Staples. The swirling form of Death is locked in savage combat with the tough-as-steel Dredd. Two relentless adversaries are frozen in time at a climactic moment in a fatal struggle.

11.5" tall, includes certificate of authenticity, limited to 1,000 numbered statues for worldwide distribution, $250, in stores on Jan. 9.


Written by Eiji Otsuka, art by Housui Yamazaki.

There's competition on all sides in the body baggage game, when Kurosagi finds its rather loose business model challenged by a corporate rival who guarantees the next world on time! But it's not only the clean-cut trying to dig into their market -- the oddball duo calling itself the White Heron Corpse Cleaning Service aren't just out to eat Kurosagi's wormy lunch, they're going to start revealing trade secrets -- namely, the hideous history behind the ghost which haunts Karatsu!

192 pages, black and white, $10.95, in stores on Feb. 20.


Written by Mike Richardson, art by Ben Stenbeck, cover by Richard Corben.

A global virus has turned the seven billion inhabitants of Earth into mindless brain-and-flesh-hungry zombies. Best friends Straw and Whip have been able to survive in this savage land disguising themselves as zombies. Now their new friend Betty is posed to be their Yoko Ono.

In the final act Straw narrowly escapes a zombie attack to find Whip making his famous "boeuf bourguignonne" for Betty. But when zombies break into their home, will their disguises hold, or will one of these hard rockers fall victim to the flesh-hungry masses?

Two boys, a girl, and seven billion living dead.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Mike Mignola, art by Jason Armstrong, colored by Dave Stewart, cover by Mignola.

With his allies dead, the Lobster must fight his way through a mutated menagerie of mystical and scientific abominations to stop the sinister machinations of his mysterious adversary.

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


Written by Richard Garnett, introduction by Neil Gaiman.

The Twilight of the Gods and Other Tales captures, in twenty-eight breathtaking stories, an epic range of adventures. From "Madam Lucifer," in which the fallen angel Lucifer plays a fateful game of chess for the soul of Man, to the title story of the collection, which details what might have become of Prometheus, chained to the rocky crags of the Caucasus for the theft of the knowledge of fire from Zeus, if he were to be freed from his eternal prison, the stories here are ones of tragedy, humor, and magic.

This is the first of six titles in the forthcoming Neil Gaiman Presents line to specifically deal with the subject of gods and mythology, chosen by Gaiman to represent the origins of his views on classic heroic literature.

288 pages, $12.95, in stores on Feb. 20.


Written by Mike Baron, art by Steve Rude.

The Merk is restless, dissatisfied with Nexus's performance as champion and executioner since the massacre on Mars. The fallout from that incident is just beginning: Of the two Quatros responsible, Sinclair has disappeared, and Kreed is being tracked by two Gucci assassins hired by the Martian government. The Merk now psychically reaches out to Michana -- the youngest daughter of the late General Loomis, bent on revenge.

Nexus doesn't have the luxury of worrying about any of this, though . . . the artificial black hole known as the Gravity Well is on the verge of collapse, which endangers the entire solar system! He and Judah Maccabee set out to appeal to the one creature who can manipulate black holes . . . Ashram, resident of the Bowl-Shaped World. The only time the duo encountered this strange world, they were with the likewise bizarre Badger! And speak of the devil . . .

208 pages, $49.95, in stores on Feb. 27.


Written and art by Kosuke Fujishima.

Ever since a cosmic phone call brought the literal young goddess Belldandy into college student Keiichi's residence, his personal life has been turned upside-down, sideways, and sometimes even into strange dimensions!

It's a-haunting we will go . . . with the N.I.T. Motor Club, as Urd and Belldandy join them on vacation to a mysterious hotel haunted by the g-g-g-ghost of a lovely young maid who wants to hold Keiichi to a promise his grandfather made long ago! And between Sora's crappy cooking and Skuld's funny feelings, the summer is bound to stay hot! Plus four pages of color, twelve Mini-Goddess strips, a message from creator Kosuke Fujishima, and your fan art and letters!

192 pages, black and white, $10.95, in stores on Feb. 13.


Written by Kazuo Koike, art by Gosecki Kojima.

Path of the Assassin has it all in spades! Hanzo, the heroic ninja for the future shogun Ieyasu Tokugawa, has been in some tight situations before, but nothing like the trap set for him by a ninja from a competing warlord's clan! And to settle this trickery, a sexy battle of wits and weapons. Meanwhile, Tokugawa is moving across the battlefield on his way to Japan's future.

320 pages, black and white, $9.95, in stores on Feb. 28.


Written by John Arcudi, Andrew Vachss, Randy Stradley and Evan Dorkin, art by Dorkin, Jordan Raskin, Derek Thompson and various.

Trophy hunters from another world, hiding in plain sight, drawn to heat and conflict. A historical scourge, lethal specters, powerful, savage, merciless. Utilizing their feral instincts and otherworldly technology in the sole pursuit of the most dangerous game . . . Man. Whether haunting the blazing deserts of the Southwest, stalking the claustrophobic woods of the Pine Barrens, or infiltrating a maximum security prison, the Predators take no prisoners and leave only death in their grisly wake. But even these bestial killing machines can meet their match when men swallow their fear and channel their own primal rage . . . and the hunter becomes the hunted!

Predator Omnibus Volume 2 continues the complete presentation of these comics classics -- some never before collected -- featuring over three hundred gripping story pages in full color, penned by a who's-who of top writers.

360 pages, $24.95, in stores on Feb. 20.


Written by Steve Perry.

Deep in the Alaskan forest, ranger Sloan comes across the torn and bloody carcasses of Grizzly bears. Searching a human cause for the massacres, he discovers a team of poachers hunkered within the Alaska wilderness, waiting for the chance to score a big kill. He also finds evidence of the most fearsome killers in the universe: the Predators.

256 pages, $6.99, in stores on Feb. 27.


Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Juan Ferreyera.

A massive German army is poised to annihilate the Duke of Lorraine. The Duke is badly outnumbered, but he has a second army ready to strike the unsuspecting Germans from the rear. Will the element of surprise be enough, or will the House of Lorraine's millennia-old ambitions of world domination come to an untimely end?

Meanwhile, Julien has escaped from the Inquisition, only to find himself at the mercy of Lorraine's dreaded Imperial Guard. He travels deep into the heart of the remote Pyrenees Mountains, where he will uncover the deepest secrets of the Holy Grail. The Grail has been Julien's driving obsession since he began his investigation, and he might regret being so persistent when he learns the truth!

24 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by Kurt Busiek, art by Cary Nord, colored by Dave Stewart, cover by Frank Frazetta.

This December, Conan turns 75! But while the Cimmerian may be seasoned, he's still going strong, as Dark Horse celebrates the barbarian's birthday with the first in a series of special-edition reprints of their adaptations of Robert E. Howard stories -- with cover art by definitive Conan illustrator Frank Frazetta. The Frost Giant's Daughter reprints Conan #2 and features Frazetta's origal cover painting "The Frost Giants," first seen on the jacket of Lancer's 1969 edition Conan of Cimmeria.

24 pages, $3.50, in stores on Dec. 6.


Dark Horse will be creating new graphic stories of Kull, and has enlisted one of today's brightest talents, Andy Brase, to do covers. Comic Book Art Gallery called him "the most amazing talent to enter the comic book field in the last decade," and we don't disagree.

Sculptor Tony Cipriano used Brase's visual design of Kull as reference, and we think fans of Robert E. Howard, comics art, and sculpture will agree that his powerful and regal interpretation of King Kull makes for one of the finest mini-busts in quite some time.

7" tall, 8" deep, 8.5" from side to side, $59.99, in stores on Feb. 6.


Written by Roy Thomas, art by Barry Windsor-Smith and John Buscema.

In the mid 1970s a comics magazine was published containing some of the most exciting epic fantasy tales the world has ever known -- The Savage Sword of Conan. Based off of the work of renowned author Robert E. Howard, each issue offered multiple thrilling tales of the legendary barbarian. The magazine was also a showcase of comics talent, headed up by Conan aficionado Roy Thomas.

Now for the first time ever, these stories are being collected in a series of omnibus-style books, with over five hundred pages of classic sword and sorcery -- for the complete Conan collector!

Included in this volume are tales featuring the stunning art of such comics luminaries as Barry Windsor-Smith, John Buscema, Alfredo Alcala, Jim Starlin, Al Milgrom, Pablo Marcos, Walter Simonson, and many more.

544 pages, $17.95, in stores on Feb. 27.


Written by Peter David, penciled by Bart Sears, inked by Randy Elliott, colored by Michelle Madsen.

Something strange is happening to Danny Duncan.

Recently released from the Belle Foux treatment facility for his psychological troubles, Danny returned to a soul-crushing day job at the post office. Even though he knows he went through the Belle Foux program, Danny can't remember a single thing about his stay there . . . and his emotions are affecting coworkers and customers in bizarre ways.

Now caught in the middle of a bank holdup, Danny's just been robbed at gunpoint of his father's most valuable possession -- a Purple Heart. His desperation and anger have suddenly manifested a horrifying creature, and all bets are off!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written and art by Park Joong-Ki.

Reunited with Batu, her sworn protector, Yaki learns of the events that led Batu to follow and serve her father -- the shaman warrior Yarong. How did the toughest Butcher Camp wrestler wind up pledging his life and loyalty to the refined, mystical Yarong? When you're the daughter of the most powerful shaman warrior who's ever lived, it's just the tale you want to hear before you set off to destroy those who murdered your father and have a genocidal hatred of your people. The corrupt forces of Kugai, which have sworn to destroy the shaman warriors and their bloodlines, have no idea that Batu, Yaki, and the resourceful shaman Horakaan are setting a plan in motion to kill their General. Yuda, the Death Lord who defeated Yarong, senses that his opponents are getting near, though . . . and he has some nasty surprises of his own in store for them!

200 pages, black and white, $12.95, in stores on Feb. 27.


Written by John Ostrander, penciled by Jan Duursema, inked by Dan Parsons, colored by Brad Anderson, cover by Adam Hughes.

More than a hundred years have passed since the events in Return of the Jedi and the days of the New Jedi Order. There is a new evil gripping the galaxy, shattering a resurgent Empire and seeking to destroy the last of the Jedi. Even as their power is failing, the Jedi hold to one final hope -- the last remaining heir to the Skywalker legacy!

144 pages, $24.95, in stores on Feb. 6.


Written by Mick Harrison, penciled by Dave Ross, cover by Zach Howard.

"Parallels," part 5 of 5. A resolute few fight for their lives -- and the lives of their friends -- in a final fight with serious consequences for those left standing. Confronted with a nightmare scenario, Jedi Master K'Kruhk is thrust into a battle unlike any he has ever faced. To save those in his care, he may be forced to lose himself. Elsewhere, Bomo Greenbark unleashes an unrivaled fury upon the captors of the crew of the Uhumelé. His friends will have their freedom, and he will have his revenge!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 26.


The movie that launched the greatest myth of modern times gets a whole new look with this manga-sized adaptation of Star Wars: A New Hope made up entirely of stills from the film! Follow farm boy Luke Skywalker as a fateful meeting with two droids thrusts him headlong into a galactic civil war, the mysterious ways of the Force, and his galaxy-changing destiny. This is the story loved by millions around the world, presented here like never before!

96 pages, $9.95, in stores on Feb. 27.


Written by John Jackson Miller, penciled by Dustin Weaver, inked by Dan Parsons, colored by Michael Atiyeh, cover by Colin Wilson.

"Knights of Suffering," part 3. Zayne Carrick's murderous masters have hunted him halfway across the galaxy. Now, his run ends with him cornered in the very place where it began -- in the Jedi Temple of Taris, the current headquarters of invading Mandalorian leader Cassus Fett! Zayne's escaped before -- with help from his friends and the Force -- but not this time! His only choice is to fight for his life, in mortal combat with his far more talented teacher! It's the conclusion to the yearlong "Days/Knights" sequence -- and not everyone makes it out alive!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 26.


Written by John Ostrander, penciled by Jan Duursema, inked by Dan Parsons, colored by Brad Anderson.

A year-and-a-half ago, we introduced you to Legacy -- the future of Star Wars. The series' original issue #0 has long been sold-out, and the information contained therein unavailable . . . until now. This greatly expanded and updated edition contains all of the information new readers need and that longtime readers are craving.

Get the lowdown on all your favorite characters, details on the ships and vehicles they pilot, and the latest on who's related to who! This is a must-have handbook for the future of the Star Wars glaxy!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written by John Ostrander, pencild by Jan Duursema, inked by Dan Parsons, colored by Brad Anderson, cover by Travis Charest.

"Claws of the Dragon," part 6 of 6. The Empire's enemies and allies all make their move for one man -- Cade Skywalker! Cade stands face-to-face with the Emperor of the galaxy and leader of the Sith legions, Darth Krayt. Has the last Skywalker reached the point of no return on the path to darkness? Meanwhile, Deliah Blue and Jariah Syn execute a rescue plan for Cade that revolves around a single, significant word: "Boom." Cade Skywalker versus Darth Krayt!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by John Ostrander, penciled by Jan Duursema, Colin Wilson, Travel Foreman and Adam DeKraker, inked by Dan Parsons, colored by Brad Anderson and Ronda Pattison, cover by Adam Hughes.

Cade Skywalker returns to the place of his father's last stand against the Sith and finds far more than ghosts in this volume filled with revelations about the future of Star Wars!

Discover how the Empire joined forces with the Sith to defeat the Galactic Alliance in the war to dominate the galaxy -- only to have Darth Krayt and his legion of followers usurp ultimate power for themselves! Follow the fate of an Empire divided, with battles pitting stormtrooper against stormtrooper, and Sith assassins bent on taking the life of deposed Emperor Roan Fel! Witness a galaxy in turmoil, and the decisions that will shape its future!

296 pages, $17.95, in stores on Feb. 6.


Written by Jeremy Barlow, art by Colin Wilson, colored by Wil Glass.

"Small Victories," part 1 of 4.

When a hyperdrive failure strands the flagship of the Rebel fleet deep inside enemy territory, Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia realize their misfortune could be an opportunity for the Alliance -- if they undertake a mission with no chance of survival!

A riveting new story set in the months after Star Wars: A New Hope, "Small Victories" follows not just the Rebellion's greatest heroes, but volunteers like Deena Shan who never thought the fate of the Alliance could rest in her terrified but determined hands! Courage, sacrifice, and a little bit of madness are the order of the day as a ragtag crew of Rebels make an assault on a key Imperial installation with no escape plan in sight!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 12.


Written by Rob Williams, penciled by Michel Lacombe, colored by Wil Glass, cover by Luke Ross.

For years, Wyl Tarson, top lieutenant to the galactic crimelord Raze, secretly delivered valuable information to the Rebel Alliance -- until his employer discovered the betrayal and implanted a bomb inside Wyl's skull!

Now, Wyl must infiltrate an Imperial stronghold on the planet Ahakista under the guise of working for the Rebellion, or Raze will detonate the bomb. Unwilling to compromise active Rebel agents, Wyl assembles a team of operatives too washed up or too crazy for the Alliance and leads them into a suicide mission that's his only chance for survival!

128 pages, $17.95, in stores on Feb. 13.


Written by Gerard Way, art by Gabriel Ba, colored by Dave Stewart, cover by James Jean.

While The Umbrella Academy reconnects over the death of their father, a displaced sibling finds her next fix -- in music. The influence of music transforms the lost member of the team; the family that rejected her will realize just how profoundly they underestimated their powerless sister.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 19.


Written and art by Stan Sakai.

By placing a hefty reward on the killer of his son, Boss Bakuchi had hoped to find vengeance and prove his might. Little did he know the swordswoman Inazuma is now possessed by Jei the Black Soul, and the bounty hunters on her trail face otherworldly peril!

With each passing hour, these bounty hunters, including Gen and Stray Dog, get closer to Inazuma. But they are not the only ones in pursuit of her. As the rabbit ronin Usagi approaches, he must make a fateful choice: Inazuma once saved him, so Usagi owes her a debt of honor. Yet is that debt still owed now that she is possessed by a homicidal demon?

24 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on Dec. 26.

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