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The upcoming film 30 Days of Night is based on Steve Niles' comic, which revolves around a gang of vampires preying on an Alaskan town plunged into darkness for a month. These Zippo lighters feature the logo on a chrome lighter and the artwork from the movie poster on a red lighter.

Chrome and red, $29.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written and art by Al Capp Studios.

First appearing in Al Capp's "Li'l Abner" comic strip in 1948, the oddly shaped (and happily edible) Shmoo became an overnight phenomenon, spawning an unprecedented merchandising frenzy in the late forties and fifties. As part of the Dark Horse Archives series, ALL Shmoo comic book appearances are being collected for the first time ever in a deluxe hardcover edition! In addition to every issue of Shmoo Comics from 1949 and 1950, rare bonus stories, and Shmoo-centric advertisements from yesteryear, Al Capp's Complete Shmoo: The Comic Books features an introduction and annotations by certified Shmoo-ologist Denis Kitchen. A persistent presence in pop culture, the selfless Shmoo has served humanity for decades -- mostly by offering itself as food -- but also by entertaining and tickling our funny bones like no other creature can. Treat yourself to these hilarious adventures, featuring Washable Jones, Super Shmoo, Frankenshmoo, Fu Manshmoo and truly a cast of thousands! This archival collection sports a new cover by Peter Poplaski.

176 pages, black and white, $49.95, in stores on March 19.


Written by Ian Edginton, Peter Milligan, Jim Woodring and Dave Gibbons, art by Will Simpson, Paul Jophnson, Kilian Plunkett, Mike Mignola and various.

The old saying "You can't unbreak an egg" holds true, especially when that egg unleashes an interstellar scourge, the dreaded Alien. But as dangerous and lethal as this species has proven itself time and time again, some men cannot resist the awful gravity of the creatures'potential when merged with human science . . . and arrogance . . . and lust for power. But the cold contracts of these deals with the Devil also bring out the best in humanity, and the awful crucible of struggle against this interstellar cancer brings man closer to his neighbors . . . and to his God.

Aliens Omnibus Volume 3 collects complete story arcs of Rogue by Ian Edginton and Will Simpson, and Labyrinth by Jim Woodring and Kilian Plunkett, and "Salvation," written by Dave Gibbons and illustrated by Mike Mignola.

376 pages, $24.95, in stores on March 5.


Written and art by Peter Bagge.

Software engineer Perry and his friend Gordo are two average suburban guys who just wanted to go camping in North Cascade Mountains near Seattle -- but Kim Jung Il had other plans. Now Seattle is a smoldering nuclear wasteland and Perry and Gordo are about to be put to the test in ways they have never imagined. From the mind of acclaimed artist Peter Bagge comes a post-apocalyptic tale which will have you both laughing and gasping in horror!

120 pages, black and white, $13.95, in stores on March 26.


Written and art by Kentaro Miura.

The world of Guts, the Black Swordsman, is changing in a hurry. Though a demonic maelstrom has leveled the dreaded Tower of Conviction and ended the reign of terror of its grand inquisitor, Mozgus, peace has not returned to Midland. The Tower's fall has heralded the unexpected return of Griffith, Guts' former leader, last seen transformed from a shattered husk into one of the demon lords of the Godhand. But Griffith looks like his old self again -- and with his dreams of carving out a kingdom by his own hand still intact. He's raising a new Band of the Hawk, but this time he's recruiting from the dark side to fulfill his deadly destiny!

224 pages, black and white, $13.95.


Written by Ryo Ikehata, art by Chizu Hashii.

Suffering from extreme amnesia, high school student Saya Otonoshi can't remember anything from her life beyond the last year. Living with a foster family outside a military base in Okinawa, Japan, Saya's attempts to live a normal life are shattered when a Chiropteran, a horrific vampire-like monster, attacks her. Saved at the last minute by a mysterious man named Hagi, Saya is presented with a sword that awakens in her a warrior's skills and bloodlust, and sets her on a course that will lead her to the answers of her missing memories, and into battle against a race of creatures intent on destroying the world.

The epic adventure that began in the groundbreaking film Blood: the Last Vampire and has continued through the worldwide phenomenon TV series Blood+ is brought to life in this all-new series of novels adapting the hit show. Saya's journey of horror, magic, romance and mystery will stretch across time and around the world, expanding on the television series with new characters, new adventures and breathtaking action.

224 pages, black and white, $8.95, in stores on March 19.

B.P.R.D.: 1946 #1

Written by Mike Mignola and Joshua Dysart, art by Paul Azaceta, colored by Nick Filardi, cover by Mignola.

In the wake of the second world war, Professor Trevor Bruttenholm -- occult investigator and guardian of the infant Hellboy -- founded the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense to investigate and defuse the remains of the Axis's sophisticated occult warfare projects and potential Soviet threats. Now, outfitted with a small band of war-weary Allied soldiers, Bruttenholm begins to unravel the mystery of the Nazi Occult Bureau's greatest and most threatening initiatives: Project Vampir Sturm.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 9.


Written by Joss Whedon, penciled by Cliff Richards, inked by Andy Owens, colored by Dave Stewart, covers by Georges Jeanty and Jo Chen.

Buffy and Willow meet a demon who reveals a dim future, forcing the two to reflect on their past. Meanwhile, back in Scotland, Dawn confides in Xander the deed that led to her mysterious growth spurt.

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 2.


Written by Kazuo Koike, art by Seisaku Kano.

Two slaves free themselves from a slave ship, one a Japanese man, the other an African American. After escaping they find themselves on the shore of Edo-era Japan, a society with a strong chaste system, isolated from the world. How will the Japanese people perceive this giant black man, how will they survive? But first things first, how will they get these shackles off their feet?

Fans of Kazuo Koike know how he loves to turn out a sensational samurai-era yarn with a certain sense of chauvinist violence and pulpy sexiness, and Color of Rage is by no means a slacker in these categories. Drafted by pinup artist and mangaka Seisaku Kano, Color of Rage features plenty of action, fighting, blood, sexiness, and more fighting.

416 pages, black and white, $14.95, in stores on March 19.


Written by Roy Thomas, art by John Buscema.

Conan faces his most arduous adventure yet as he matches his wits and brawn against the very forces of nature itself -- no small task, even for a man who's done battle with wizards, otherworldly beasts, and ancient gods. But will the strength of steel really be enough against such powers?

All this plus the tenth anniversary story by Roy Thomas and John Buscema, this volume marks the end of an era -- collecting the final issues of Thomas' run on Conan the Barbarian. Featuring completely re-mastered color, this volume collects Conan the Barbarian Issues # 108-115.

160 pages, $16.95, in stores on March 19.


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

Conan finds himself embroiled in a political struggle turned bloody between a naive young prince and a sinister sorcerer who calls upon the god of the underworld to help aid him in building an army of demonic abominations, intent on conquering not just his own kingdom, but all of Hyboria! But that's not the only danger that threatens to destroy Conan's world. Little does he know, a piece of his past still follows him, stalking the Cimmerian with the patience of the grave. All roads lead to the doomed city of Yaralet in this stunning adaptation of Robert E. Howard's lost fragment "The Hand of Nergal."

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 16.


Written by Timothy Truman, art by Cary Nord and Tomas Giorello.

The Cimmerian finds himself ensnared in the dark intrigues of a city-state where the powerful will stoop to any depths to keep what they have stolen. When a young, idealistic noble offers Conan a ticket to freedom in exchange for a favor, Conan leaps at the opportunity -- and into a labyrinth where he must fight to keep not only his word, but his very life.

A favorite of fans and critics alike, the seminal Conan story "Rogues in the House" first appeared in Weird Tales. Collects Conan #37, 38, 41-44.

160 pages, $17.95, in stores on March 26.


Who wouldn't want to get their claws on these great shirts? Show your support for two of the most intriguing comics in the Dark Horse horror line: Steve Niles's fan favorite Criminal Macabre and City of Others, the acclaimed title that he and Bernie Wrightson, one of the most creative and esteemed horror artists around, collaborated on. Men's and women's styles are printed on soft black cotton T-shirts.

Women's M - XL T-shirts, $29.99; Men's M - XXL T-shirts, $29.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Mike Richardson, Frank Miller, Paul Chadwick and others, art by Mike Mignola, Arthur Adams, Eric Powell and others.

Over the course of its two-decade publishing history, Dark Horse has blazed a trail through the comics industry, setting the precedent for creative freedom and creator rights while consistently delivering the most daring and cutting-edge graphic storytelling. To commemorate the milestone, we take a look back at the writers, artists, and characters that have made Dark Horse the international publishing presence it has become, and a look ahead at the up-and-coming talents that will influence generations to follow.

Dark Horse: Twenty Years of Comics is a hardcover anthology showcasing the highlights from the publisher's first two decades. Featuring excerpts from more than 40 stories, including Sin City, Black Cross, Concrete, and Hellboy, the book focuses on the work of comics luminaries such as Frank Miller, Mike Mignola, Adam Hughes, Joe Kubert, Will Eisner, Joss Whedon, Eric Powell, and more.

448 pages, $24.95, in stores on March 18.


Written and art by Kevin Ferrara.

The plan is set! The cavalry, the witch, and the Deadlander are on a collision course! But nothing is ever easy for our undead six-gunner. And the witch has a plan of her own -- to salvage the Crown of Souls and trade it for her own god-like immortality. With a surprise hallucinogenic encounter with the undead to end things up, this one is as awesomely weird as it gets!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 16.


Written and art by Adam Warren.

As if life as an often-struggling superheroine weren't already hard enough, now costumed crimefighter "Empowered" discovers that another female superhero is ripping off her distress-prone persona -- and cashing in, big-time! Even worse, her relationship with live-in boyfriend (and semi-reformed Witless Minion) Thugboy has run afoul of an extremely literal set of "power issues" ! Worse yet, a singularly bloodthirsty and ruthless ninja clan is gunning -- no, make that shurikening -- for Emp's best friend and karaoke partner, Ninjette! Can our unlucky but still plucky heroine prevail over all these obstacles as well as the further threats posed by foreign fanfiction outrages, her own supersuit's attempts to manipulate her self-esteem, and the revelation of her real name?

208 pages, black and white, $14.95, in stores on March 12.


Written by Mark Verheiden, art by John Bolton.

"We're gonna get you! We're gonna get you!"

Verheiden and Bolton present an exciting expansion on the classic horror film that introduced us to the powerful Book of the Dead, the relentlessly violent deadites, and Ash -- one resilient, blood-stained survivor. Now an iconic horror hero, relive Ash's first visit to the cabin that brought him face to face with the delectably deranged deadites who possessed his girlfriend and friends . . . and turned "the perfect place to get laid" into a house of fear and fury. Return to the original nonstop gore-fest and experience the thrills, gags, and gagging anew, with unexpected new directions, additional scenes, and Bolton's jaw-dropping new paintings.

This is a four-issue, fully authorized celebration of the original Evil Dead film that started Sam Raimi and Burce Campbell down their paths of gory glory.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 2.


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

While investigating the fate of Charlotte and her crew Heath follows a series of clues that leave him stranded on a haunted planet surrounded by soul eating ghouls. When a terrible plot by a traitor in their midst is uncovered Heath and Char must find a way off the ghost world to warn the remaining human population of the danger. Beware the ghouls of a planet haunted!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 30.


Written and art by Eric Powell.

The Priest's madness and use of forbidden magic has finally drawn the attention of his unearthly kin. When a powerful member of the Priest's race appears to investigate the disturbances, he discovers more than he bargained for. And he's prepared to turn the town on it's ear to exploit what he finds.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 9.


Written and art by Matt Wagner.

Hunter Rose and the mysterious wolf Argent clash in bloody combat high above the streets of New York! A previously secret chapter in the life of the original Grendel unfolds.

Pursued by a presence he cannot pinpoint or define, the usually confident assassin and criminal mastermind Hunter Rose becomes increasingly uncomfortable in his own skin. Even a walk in Central Park with his adopted daughter Stacy does little to calm his frazzled mind. When an unexpected confrontation with his nemesis Argent reveals it isn't the wolf who's troubling him, Grendel must ask -- who is haunting Hunter Rose?

24 pages, black, white and red, $3.50, in stores on Jan. 16.


Edited and designed by Leslie Cabarga, introduction by Jerry Beck.

Who's the hot-headed little devil with a tail as pointed as his personality? It's Hot Stuff! This adorably mischievous imp has delighted comics fans since the 1950s, and now Dark Horse is proud to present a new collection of over 100 of the funniest (and hottest!) classic Harvey Comics cartoons featuring Hot Stuff and his pals. Harvey Comics Classics Volume 3: Hot Stuff brings back the beautifully imaginative artwork, inspired humor, and long-out-of-print stories featuring the adventures of the sprightly little demon, his pals the Devil Kids, Stumbo the Giant and other timeless favorites.

400 pages, $19.95, in stores on March 12.


By Jim Silke.

One of glamour art's most gifted illustrators, Jim Silke, presents a series of painted images of his best-known inspiration, the incomparable Bettie Page. Originally created for Bettie Page Rules, this suite includes previously unpublished pencil studies as well as the finished color pieces. Dark Horse is proud to continue our series of portfolios with this set of charming and provocative renditions of the queen of the pinups. This set of full-color pictures are text free and suitable for framing. The back of the folder pictures all the interior images, so they can be viewed in the store without having to open the package.

Contains six 13 1/2"x 10 3/8" color prints in folder, also contains six black & white plates with sketch art and a commentary, $19.99, in stores on Feb. 13.


In a battle that brought Mega-City One to its knees, Judge Dredd, the gritty hero of Britain's award-winning anthology 2000 AD, faced off against Fox Film's Alien in one of the most memorable comic book crossover stories of all time.

First 4 Figures and Dark Horse Comics present a truly unique sculptural treatment inspired by this masterpiece. Rife with special features, this limited-edition piece is the perfect collectible.

The otherworldly skull of the alien is visible through a blackened translucent surface, a hidden lighting element in the base creates an otherworldly glow that seems to pulsate with evil, and Alien eggs surround the base, with unusual resins used to create a viscous pool within these pods, as face-huggers slowly emerge.

11.5" tall, fully painted, Includes certificate of authenticity and is limited to 1,000 numbered pieces worldwide, $250, in stores on March 28.


From Episode III Revenge of the Sith, relive the epic battle between the respective masters of the Jedi and the Sith! With Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, ultimately revealed as the manipulative Darth Sidious, Grand Master of the Jedi Order, Yoda sets out to find Palpatine within the Senate chamber and eliminate him.

This gigantic ARTFX Statue measures over 15 inches long, and almost 11 inches tall (1/7th scale), with both of the figures being independent of the base, allowing you to position the characters as you like within the Senate diorama base. The Force Lightning is cast in a dynamic, translucent material, and is also removable (via optional hands) for a variety of posing options. Spectacularly detailed, from the wrinkles on the future Emperor's face, to the texture pattern on Yoda's robe, this piece stands as a fitting monument to two of the most powerful wielders of the Force.

With its large scale and impeccable paint applications, this ARTFX Statue is a snap-fit kit that can be easily put together in seconds without glue or modeling skill.

15 inches wide and 11inch tall (1/7 scale), $175, in stores on March 12.


Written by Fritz Leiber.

A plague of rats overrun Lankhmar, the capitol city and glittering gem of the land of Nehwon. Commissioned to guard a ship of grain from the cursed rodents, brothers-in-arms Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser soon discover the plague has progressed to a fatal point. Mustering the strength of sorcery, they descend into the depths of Lankhmar and rise to battle in order to save the soul of the ill-fated city.

256 pages, $12.95, in stores on March 12.


Based on art by Roman Dirge.

Taxidermy in his chair, looming, staring at us with those empty haunted eyes. And, eek! The Spam Witch on her broom with cat and dog in tow. Creeeepy! Ah, thank goodness, here comes Lenore in her cute little bunny suit. But, what's this? Aiieeee! She's got a knife! And a mallet! And she's ready for battle! Help us all!

Containing three figures, approx. 4" tall in a full color window box, $19.99, in stores on April 9.


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

The Lobster returns for the gripping conclusion to The Iron Prometheus, where he battles a fearsome criminal mastermind and Nazis on the Jersey Shore, in an attempt to waylay a mysterious prophecy.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 2.


Written by Eiji Otsuka, art by Sho-U Tajima.

Feeling the weight of personal and professional rejection, stylish one-eyed reporter Toguchi embraces his dark side. The horrors he's both documented and participated in haunt him also, and a "perfect storm" of frustration and anger builds until he resolves to pull off a violent "performance art show" in order to get the widespread attention he feels he deserves. Unfortunately, this involves killing a lot of people, transforming the happy-go-lucky guerrilla journalist into a modern monster. Crazed Toguchi also makes some sensitive information public, enraging Zenitsu, another unbalanced villain with a knack for murder and a resistance to pain. Kazuhiko Amamiya arrives at the scene a little too late, but Amamiya -- our favorite multiple personality detective -- feels that there's some hope yet, and he risks his life to negotiate with Toguchi.

184 pages, black and white, $10.95, in stores on March 5.


Written by Milton Freewater Jr., art by Cliff Richards, cover by Bart Sears.

Bruce Campbell . . . Man. Hero. Legend. There isn't a challenge that Bruce can't face and conquer. Which is why he was kidnapped and brought to the town of Gold Lick to help defeat a Chinese demon by the name of Guan-Di. Unfortunately Bruce doesn't know that he's not just in another monster movie -- Guan-Di is REAL! Now Bruce Campbell is in for the fight of his life! A one-shot companion to the smash-hit indy film My Name is Bruce staring the one and only Bruce Campbell!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

The horrifying creature manifested by Danny's terror and desperation might've successfully scared the bejeezus out of the bank robbers holding him hostage, but it also panicked the police and Danny's fellow hostages. Now eyewitness and ace reporter Sian Ferguson is in hot pursuit, determined to get to the bottom of this phenomenal story . . . and hopefully net a Pulitzer in the process. If only Danny wasn't trying to keep a low profile and evade the nutters from Belle Foux . . . !

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 23.


In examining the rich and cohesive world of Serenity, we've designed two special lunch boxes. With the Serenity logo in brilliant litho-printed color on one side, and the ship herself on the other, bordered by the exotic intergalactic currency created for the film, this makes a striking lunch box for any Serenity fan to tote around.

Serenity fans everywhere will be able to recognize each other when carrying the cute and colorful lunch box bearing the iconic images from the "Fruity Oaty Bar" commercial. If you know Fruity Oaty Bar, you know your Serenity! This attractive lunch box is an insider's dream come true. Wow!

$14.99 each, in stores on March 12.


Written and art by Gilbert Hernandez.

High school gymnastics star Val joins her boyfriend Paul and his mistress Linda, who happens to be Val's step-mother, on a crusade to rid the planet of the particulars that make life miserable! It's a dark, revealing, ultra-violent turn in a story that is already too, too twisted!

24 pages, black and white, $3.50, in stores on Jan. 30.


The greatest adventure in the galaxy comes to life in this manga-sized adaptation of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, composed of frames taken directly from the movie!

Han Solo braves the icy wastes of Hoth to save his friend, Luke Skywalker crashes into the swamps of Dagobah in search of the last Jedi Master, and Princess Leia falls into the hands of Darth Vader amidst the clouds of Bespin in this legendary tale!

The battle between the cruel Galactic Empire and the ragtag Rebel Alliance reaches its highest pitch yet in this amazing pocket-sized photo comic!

96 pages, $9.95, in stores on March 28.


Written by John Jackson Miller, penciled by Scott Hepburn, colored by Michael Atiyeh, cover by Travis Charest.

"Vector," part 1. A yearlong event with repercussions for every era and every hero in the Star Wars galaxy begins here!

When a terrible vision reaching more than four thousand years into the future alerts the secret Jedi Covenant to the importance of Taris, they activate an operative already on this planet overrun by Mandalorians. There, in the deadly Undercity, she will encounter a monstrous threat, an ancient legend, and Zayne Carrick, the Padawan accused of killing his fellow students!

For anyone who never knew where to start with Star Wars comics, "Vector" is the perfect introduction to the entire Star Wars line! For any serious Star Wars fan, "Vector" is the must-see event of 2008, with major happenings throughout the most important moments of the galaxy's history!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 30.


Written by John Ostrander, penciled by TBA, colored by Brad Anderson, cover by Douglas Wheatly.

A new two-part story begins as one of the Sith's most wily opponents risks everything to gain ground against the Empire! For seven years, outlaw Admiral Gar Stazi has led the remains of the Galactic Alliance in hit-and-run operations against the Sith-led Empire. When word reaches him of a nearly completed, top-secret Imperial construction, he gambles his entire fleet to seize the project and turn the tide of war against the Sith!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 16.


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

After an unexpected visitor trashes the The Umbrella Academy mansion, 00.05 uncovers Hargreeves's monocle and perhaps the key to saving the world!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 16.


Written and art by Stan Sakai.

The gripping "Sparrows" saga comes to its surprising conclusion as Usagi, Gen, Stray Dog, and Sanshobo find themselves trapped in a small temple surrounded by bounty hunters!

These hunters are after one thing -- Boss Bakuchi's reward for his son's killer: Inazuma. Yet Usagi and his companions cannot turn the swordswoman over to the mob while she is still possessed by Jei the Black Soul. Sanshobo must exorcise the demon, but where will it go when it leaves Inazuma? And what does the mysterious samurai Isamu have to do with all this? Find out Isamu's true identity and the fate of Inazuma, this month in Usagi Yojimbo!

24 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 30.


Written by Hideyuki Kikuchi, art by Yoshitaka Amano.

In the title story, "Dark Nocturne", D is hired to unlock the secret of a siren's song that is drawing men in their twenties to their deaths in the hills outside Anise Village. In "Notes on Imagined Autumn" D finds himself caught between two lovers during a ritualistic sacrifice in the village of Shirley's Door, but if D can't stop the sacrifice will all in the village be doomed? And in "Legend of the War Demons" two living weapons, genetically engineered creatures who are the last remnants of a war waged hundreds of years in the past, find that battle is not so easily forgotten. It's up to D to stop their unending conflict before it consumes the present as it did the past.

224 pages, $8.95, in stores on March 26.


Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Matt Camp, colored by Dave Stewart.

Thirty-four years after a massive nuclear war, New York City is almost entirely submerged in caustic water and dominated by brutal gangs who live in a semi-feudal society in New York's battered skyscrapers. Zero is a "trash man," hunting down renegade gang members while he dreams of escaping across the seas to the now-mythical continent of Africa, a supposedly flourishing land untouched by nuclear fires. In this issue, a guerrilla strike throws JOCOM's plans into a tailspin, and a mysterious metal briefcase goes missing. Agents of a powerful African prince have hired Zero to track down JOCOM's precious case, and Zero sets out for the most dangerous part of the city, hoping to see his greatest dream realized. "Li'l Rascals," the latest Zero Killer episode, promises intense action, bizarre new characters, the contents of the mysterious case . . . and a psychopathic gang of post-apocalyptic tiny tots!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 23.

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