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Written by Gary Russell, art and cover by Nick Roche, variant cover by Joe Corroney.

The legendary Doctor Who is back, with the first-ever stories created exclusively for the US market. The Doctor is the last of the Time Lords, survivors of a Great Time War and, along with his loyal friend and companion Martha Jones from London, they stop oppression, darkness and evil spreading throughout the galaxies. They're also on the hunt for the best chocolate milkshakes in the cosmos... and while they track that down, someone else has the Doctor in their sights. As the very last Time Lord out there, he's highly collectable, to the right people...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Pat Mills and John Wagner, art by Dave Gibbons, cover by Joe Corroney.

IDW Publishing continues its re-presentation of classic Doctor Who comics from across time and space, each one featuring all-new coloring. In issue two, "The Iron Legion" continues, courtesy of writers Pat Mills & John Wagner, and featuring stunning art by Watchmen's Dave Gibbons.

32 pages, $3.99.


The Transformers Animated Series takes the concept of Robots in Disguise and reinvents it for an all-new generation of fans! And now the animated shows can be enjoyed in print, too -- in the form of all-new books that use actual still frames from the new animated series to offer a unique reading experience for Transformers fans of all ages. This first volume contains the entire 70-minute kick-off adventure!

96 pages, $7.99.


In this second volume of the Transformers Animated Series, Transformers fans can experience two complete episodes of the all-new animated series. The Transformers have come to New Detroit, and nothing will ever be the same again! Volume two contains two stand-alone episodes of this exciting new show.

96 pages, $7.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art and cover by Emiliano Santalucia.

Presenting the latest standalone tale focusing on some of the best-loved (or loathed) characters from the Transformers Universe. The spotlight falls on Blaster, the rousing, bombastic Œvoice' of the Autobot counter-offensive. Long ago, that 'voice' was abruptly, mysteriously silenced, and now the truth about what happened to Blaster‹and who betrayed him and the Autobots -- is about to be revealed, with shocking consequences! By Simon Furman and, making his IDW Transformers debut, artist Emiliano Santalucia (He-Man). Alex Milne provides a special retailer incentive cover.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art by E.J. Su, covers by Su and Nick Roche.

The fearsome Reapers (from Spotlight: Sixshot) make their move, targeting the Earthbound... Decepticons? The Command Bunker in Oregon comes under all-out assault, and the loyalties of living weapon Sixshot are once more sorely tested. And, as the carnage mounts, Starscream makes his move! Plus, Hot Rod vs. the Headmasters, Hunter vs. The Machination, and Optimus Prime makes a fateful decision that will forever affect the future of planet Earth! Not to be missed under any circumstances!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art by Will Simpson, cover by Nick Roche, retro cover.

A new chapter of Dinobot lore continues with the second part of "In The National Interest." The government and the Decepticons both want Joy Meadows... and only a certain Dinobot stands between them in this classic Simon Furman tale. Nick Roche once again provides an all-new cover re-creating a classic scene from the issue!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Bob Budiansky and others, art by Don Perlin and others.

Relive the original Transformers stories that started it all! Presenting over 300 pages of classic Transformers comic book stories in one affordable volume. Pulling from the earliest of the Œ80s Marvel material, this first volume offers some of the most beloved stories from the past, including the seminal "The Last Stand," "The Worse of Two Evils," "I, Robot Master," and many others. The Transformers have undergone many changes over their 20-plus year reign over pop culture, but this retro, black and white collection showcases the beginnings of their dynasty.

312 pages, $19.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art by Geoff Senior, Jeff Anderson and others, cover by Nick Roche.

Collecting the landmark series originally published by Marvel UK! Spun from the story spinning out of the Transformers Animated Movie, writer Simon Furman and artists Geoff Senior and Jeff Anderson recount a stars-spanning tale where Galvatron travels back in time to construct a weapon with which to destroy Unicron once and for all, and takes on the depleted Autobots at the same time! It's a battle that will test all but the most stalwart allegiances. Topping off this collection is a cover gallery featuring the classic cover recreations by Nick Roche.

128 pages, $19.99.


Written by Arie Kaplan, art by Robby Musso, covers by Alex Garner and Musso.

"Mach Go Go Go!" Speed Racer and all of the characters you know and love -- from Trixie to Chim-Chim and beyond -- is back in all-new adventures! Kicking off a new era of Speed, Kaplan and Musso expand the mythos in exciting, new (and old) ways in a story that spans generations of Racers!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, art by David Messina, covers by Messina and Joe Corroney.

From the creative team who brought you Klingons: Blood Will Tell! This issue begins an all-new five-part adventure for the Enterprise-D crew! The Enterprise is summoned to a Federation science station, designed to be the ultimate in data storage and information archiving. Data and Riker enter the outpost's gargantuan artificial intelligence system, which may have gained sentience and has begun behaving erratically, with orders to either repair or destroy it. On the Enterprise, meanwhile, Picard and the crew begin to realize that there may be more here than meets the eye...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written and art by Ashley Wood.

Wood takes on the world of street-racing as only he can. In this two-part tale, enter a world of illegal drag-racing, where the vehicles aren't cars at all... instead, they're robots with minds and motivations of their own. Pumping pistons, crazed characters, and cool sneakers await you in Duo Stars. And each issue will be adorned by two Wood covers, too!

Price TBA.


Plot by Joss Whedon and Brian Lynch, written by Brian Lynch, art by Franco Urru, covers by Andrew Robinson and Urru.

Whedon, Lynch and Urru continue their post-Season Five epic tale. As it turned out, Angel didn't end up slaying the dragon after all. But maybe Illyria will! After a brutal Illyria/Angel throwdown, it's goddess versus giant, fire-breathing reptile, and a huge reveal that no one will see coming. Andrew Robinson comes aboard to provide a special painted cover, too!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Peter David, art and cover by J.K. Woodward.

"Red Horse Riding, Part 1." War has come thundering through Bete Noire. An ancient evil in the demonic person of Gills De Rais has come to the city that shapes the world, and he doesn't seem interested in leaving anytime soon. Alliances will shift, lives will be lost... and if the Fallen Angel is unable to stop the fall of Bete Noire, then the rest of the world may well be next.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Andrew Steven Harris, art by Sean Murphy, covers by Zach Howard and Murphy.

In the vast Star Trek universe, many diverse alien races abound, and now they finally get their due! Continuing a series of one-shots, each by a different creative team and featuring a different Star Trek alien race. Now, the spotlight shines on the Borg. The Enterprise must face its most deadly confrontation with the Borg -- drones from the future, when the Collective believes it has achieved perfection! Sean Murphy handles art and cover chores, while his Outer Orbit cohort Zach Howard provides a second cover for the issue.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Baron, art by Kevin Caron, cover by Nick Runge.

In the second issue of Mike Baron's all-new Badger miniseries, "Dog Killer," a crazed killer uses dogs to attack America's cities. Only the Badger can stop Pavlov's reign of terror. But there is far more to Pavlov than homicidal hatred, as the duel between him and Badger turns intensely personal. Plus, what's up with Ham? The adventure of a lifetime begins here. Badger Saves the World is more than mere entertainment -- it is an attempt by comic books to save the human race. Please join us -- for the children.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Tom Waltz, art and cover by Casey Maloney, incentive cover by Adriano Loyola.

Gene Simmons' stranger in a strange land saga continues as Denizen Xeng Ral (known to his Earth friends as "Zipper") finds himself dangerously pursued by nefarious forces from both planet Earth and his home world, Etheria. His only hope for escape and survival lies with his strange new allies -- a two-bit criminal with a heart of gold and a jaded vice detective.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Sean Taylor, art by Esteve Polls, cover by Fernado Goni.

The first adventure of Gene Simmons' new series of action, "action," and intrigue concludes as Dominatrix and Happy Jacq finally go head to head in the battle that will leave neither of them unchanged. And if they survive that, there's the matter or possible jail time and a fallen friend to consider. Hard choices will have to be made when "Doug" tightens his grip on Dominatrix in this conclusion to the first story arc.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Clifford Meth, art by Rufus Dayglo, cover by Ashley Wood.

Love stinks. Especially when your lover has fangs. But in a Kafkaesque world of duplicitous partners and political conspiracies, sometimes the only one you can trust is the person who openly sheds his skin... The dark saga of Sanked continues in a story as fast and furious as its debut.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Taylor, art by Dustin Evans, cover by Ben Templesmith.

IDW Publishing continues to bring the stories of acclaimed science-fiction author Cory Doctorow to comics, this time offering up "Nimby and the D-Hoppers." Night after night, the peaceful serenity of a non-technocratic society is shattered by the chaotic and disruptive arrival of fully automatic, laser-guided, armor-piercing, self-replenishing personal sidearm wielding dimension hoppers. Well, for the once-involved couple of Barry and Sally -- enough is enough.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written and art by Ben Templesmith.

Just when Wormwood thought he could finally have that quiet drink without worrying about the world coming to an end, or a friend with a parasitic infection trying to kill him, The Brotherhood of the Calamari decide to crash the party. Since their last meeting, they've tracked him across the thousand million dimensional possibilities of existence -- and this time the entire Squideeverse is with them. Wormwood is going to learn the hard way he can't keep running from his problems as his oldest foe now threatens his favorite watering hole, Earth, with absorption into the Calamari group mind.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Ben Templesmith.

1941. Hitler's Operation: Silver Fox has failed, but the war on the Eastern Front drags on as the Russian winter starts to bite. British military attaché Corporal Charlie Keating observes the war from the Soviet side, making sure crucial supplies get through to aid Stalin's front in the battle against the Nazis. With luck, he too will survive to see the end of the war. But something else is out there, and they're not the Nazis. No matter how hard humanity tries to kill itself, something else does it better. 30 Days of Night/Fell co-creator and Wormwood Gentleman Corpse auteur Ben Templesmith's first solo 30 Days tale is collected here, presenting a war of a different kind, one that will have repercussions felt all the way to Barrow, Alaska a half-century later. Also featuring additional story pages, character designs, a cover gallery, and an all-new cover from 2007 Scream Award nominee Templesmith.

104 pages, $17.99.


Written by Joshua Jabcuga, art and cover by Alberto Dose.

The definitive prequel to the 1983 cult-classic film! Before Tony Montana came to America, he cut his teeth as a young military assassin in Cuba, and rose up as a hustler in Havana. He knows the world is his, and he craves the American dream. But first, he's gotta get out from Castro-imposed solitary confinement. Add to this Molotov cocktail mix the CIA, La Cosa Nostra, and the scumbag who gave Montana his infamous scar. Make a deal with the devil... just know which devil you're dealing with first.

104 pages, $17.99.


Written by Keith Arem, art by Christopher Sky.

Welcome to the post-apocalyptic Purgatory Wars, where the battle over "harvested" human souls has destroyed Heaven and Hell. Sebastian, a young human, who is tragically killed and unwillingly drafted into the war. He is reunited with his deceased brother, Gideon, the most powerful angel in the Legions of Heaven, who plans to lead a coup to regain power and restore order. Realizing he holds the key to ending the war, Sebastian must face his brother, before Gideon destroys the cycle of life on Earth. Ascend: Special Edition features 70 added pages, and a completely re-written story taking the reader further into the post-apocalyptic Purgatory Wars.

200 pages, $35 (Hardcover, $75).


Written by Jim Munroe, art by Salgood Sam.

What if the religious right... are right?

Therefore Repent! is a graphic novel set in a Chicago neighborhood after the Rapture. Once the Christians have floated bodily into the sky, life goes on pretty much as usual for the immoral majority... except that magic works, if you're willing to risk demonic mutations. CNN reports that Mr. Christ and Mr. Bush are on a speaking tour of the red states. And an angelic army appears to have been deployed to mop up the sinners. But through it all, outsiders Raven and Mummy face the possibility of a bigger problem than the end of the world: the end of their relationship.

In the tradition of The Book of Revelations, Therefore Repent! is a lurid, dark fantasy tale. By taking the apocryphal scripture as literal truth -- as the American powers-that-be claim to do -- the story also explores the political and spiritual ramifications of God abandoning humanity.

160 pages, $24.99.


Written by Clifford Meth, art by Alex Toth, Frank Brunner, Mark Badger, Mike Pascale, Dave and Paty Cockrum, Dave DeVries, David Boswell, Gene Colan and more, cover by Neil Adams.

Collecting the novella "One Small Voice," as well as a variety of short stories by recognized dark fiction author Clifford Meth, One Small Voice serves as a sequel to god's 15 minutes, and includes updated versions of "Conflicts of Disinterest," "Wearing the Horns," and selections that previously appeared in Stranger Kaddish. Adding additional punch to Meth's provocative prose are spot illustrations by some of the most influential artists of our time, including Alex Toth, Dave Cockrum and Gene Colan. Packaged with interstitial material by Wm. Messner-Loebs, Tom Spurgeon and Pat DiNizio of The Smithereens.

160 pages, $16.99.

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