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Written by Peter David, art and cover by Stephen Thompson.

In its first year of Star Trek comics, IDW Publishing broke out of the box with marquee titles like Star Trek: Year Four, the blockbuster Klingons: Blood Will Tell and the fan-favorite Alien Spotlight one-shots. Now, IDW takes it to the next level with the launch of its Star Trek: Second Stage lineup, featuring some of the top Star Trek creators in comics, books and television. It all begins here! New York Times Best-Selling author and comics legend Peter David, the hand-picked creator of the first Star Trek crew designed exclusively for print, celebrates the tenth anniversary of his creation by writing New Frontier's first-ever comic book series, showcasing all-new stories and the official continuation of the hit books.

In issue one, "Slingshot," the most dangerous experimental vessel in the galaxy -- a prototype time ship -- has vanished, and it appears that the man who stole it is none other than Starfleet Admiral Edward Jellico. Only Mackenzie Calhoun and the crew of the Excalibur have a hope in finding him before the ship, intended purely for scientific exploration, is used to disrupt the space-time continuum. With art by Stephen Thompson (Beneath the Valley of Rage), who also delivers four painted covers available as a Quad Cover, all bound in the same issue. Thompson also provides a bonus incentive cover featuring "Starfleet Captain Peter David" in the command chair!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art and cover by Marcelo Matere.

Presenting the first of two March-bound one-shots focusing on some of the best-loved (or loathed) characters from the Transformers Universe. The spotlight now falls on Grimlock, everyone's favorite Dinobot! Once set on a course of action, Grimlock always sees it to the bitter end. But has he now gone too far? Branded a renegade and responsible for condemning his fellow Dinobots to a living death, this time there may be no way back!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by George Strayton, art and cover by Guido Guidi.

The second one-shot tale this month showcasing the fan-favorite characters of the Transformers Universe. Stepping into the spotlight is the infiltrator Mirage, an Autobot who has long questioned his allegiances in the war against Megatron. But when a temporal accident suddenly shunts him into an alternate timeline, he finally gets the chance to experience life as a Decepticon. Will he embrace his newfound power and wipe out the last of the Autobots, or sacrifice everything to save them?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art by Dan Reed, cover by Robby Musso.

Continuing reprints of the best Transformers epics from across the pond! In the debut issue of this latest series, when a space-time rift materializes near the Quintesson homeworld, its merciless warriors set off to establish a new home planet -- and their target is Cybertron! Written by Cybertronian stalwart Simon Furman, with art by Dan Reed, and a new cover recreating an old scene by Robby Musso.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Shane McCarthy and Neil Kleid, art by Nick Roche and more, cover by Don Figueroa.

Starscream. Thundercracker. Skywarp. Shockwave. And, of course, their terrifying leaderŠ the Decepticons represent the greatest threat in the history of Earth -- and now they're about to make their move. What are their plans? What will it mean for fate of mankind? And where are the Autobots, sworn defenders against Megatron's menace? IDW Publishing is set to unveil a globe-shattering Transformers event that will explode across comics pages this spring, and this specially-priced sneak peek features preview art, behind-the-scenes interviews, design sketches, information on the Decepticons of the upcoming Movie Sequel series and more!

24 pages, $2.99.


Written by Joe Hill, art and cover by Gabriel Rodriguez.

Suspense novelist and Hill continues his all-new story of dark fantasy and wonder. Bode Locke, a six-year-old survivor of the tragedy that claimed his father, is about to get a crash course in death when he walks through an impossible door that separates his spirit from his body. The Ghost Door, though, is only one of Keyhouse's unlikely secretsŠthe other is the creature who lives in the house's well, a girl who is not a girl -- and who would kill to be set free.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Joss Whedon and Brian Lynch, art by Franco Urru, covers by Urru, Photo and Andrew Robinson.

Everything he had was taken away from him. But now, in his darkest hour, Angel is taking it back. The battle lines are drawn, sides are chosen, and Angel takes a stand that will change everything and everyone close to him. The official continuation of the Angel TV series!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Ashley Wood.

Ashley Wood's down and dirty robot-omotive extravaganza concludes here as the racers -- and their thinking, scheming vehicles, too -- meet up and let the rubber hit the road, with explosive results.

32 pages, $3.99.


Art and cover by Ashley Wood.

The Sparrow hardcover art book series continues with this mini-showcase of stunning visual work by Sparrow founder Ashley Wood.

48 pages, hardcover, $11.99.


Written by Brian Lynch, art and cover by Dave Crosland.

College can be tough. Making new friends, falling in love, being one of the few people left on Earth who isn't a bloodthirsty zombieŠ welcome to the world of Everybody's Dead! Ten friends remain the only ones on campus who have survived an overnight apocalypse. Now they must fend off legions of the undead and restart civilization in their own image! (Civilization, of course, is doomed.) From Brian Lynch, writer on the blockbuster hit Angel: After the Fall, and artist Dave Crosland, from the critically acclaimed Scarface: Scarred for Life!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Carrie Smith and Becca Smith, art by Elena Casagrande, covers by Casagrande, Josie Ho and photo.

Presenting an all-new miniseries spinning out of the hit CBS television show starring Jennifer Love Hewitt! Helping earthbound spirits cross into the Light is all in a day's work for ghost whisperer Melinda Gordon. But Melinda gets more than she bargained for when she comes face-to-face with Osiris, Egyptian God of the Dead, who wants the souls for himself! But is Osiris all that he seems to be? Written by Ghost Whisperer TV show writer Becca Smith and Carrie Smith.

32 pages, $3.99.

FX #1

Written by Wayne Osborne, art and cover by John Byrne.

A new, six-part series introducing a new hero for the ages. Struck down by a mysterious accident, Tom Talbot awakens to find that playing pretend has suddenly become all too real. He now has power limited only by his imagination -- but will it be enough to stop the savage Silverback?

32 pages, $3.99.


Writtn by Tom Waltz, art and cover by Steph Stamb.

IDW Publishing continues its latest journey into the darkest corners of Konami's Silent Hill franchise. A chilling message from a dead man sends Jack Stanton into Silent Hill in search of Jillian Conway, Jack's lover, who has mysteriously vanished. Once in the haunted town, Jack quickly learns that Jill isn't the only one in need of rescue.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Barbara Kesel art by Renae De Liz, cover by Rebecca A. Wrigley.

Gold Eagle's novel heroine continues her first foray into comic books. While Annja and Rashmi recover from the effects of last issue's surprise attack, Annja reveals just where she got her magic sword, and who its former owner really was. Written by Harvey Award-nominated writer Barbara Kesel.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Gary Russell, art and cover by Nick Roche.

Continuing the adventures of the Tenth Doctor from the hit Sci Fi television show! The Doctor and Martha arrive with a bang on the planet New Savannah, home to the feline humanoids known as the Catkind, on the eve of the year Five Billion. A world plagued by civil unrest, social mistrust and horrors from the past about to be unleashed, the entire planet is about to be held ransom! Who is the shadowy figure behind it all?

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 this issue, the opening of the "Star Beast" saga turns the good Doctor into a living bomb -- but why do the aliens who've done it want to kill the adorable extraterrestrial whose spaceship has just crashed in Britain? Plus, a complete short tale of the Doctor and K-9, "Timeslip"!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Arie Kaplan, art by Robby Musso, covers by Musso, Diogenes Neves and Vatche Mavlian.

Continuing the story of past Racers throughout history! Part Han Solo, part Jack Sparrow, and all Racer, Reed Saber is a pirate king whose open road is the open seas -- until he crosses swords with the enigmatic Ghost of the Deep, who's got a secret of his own! And why do both adversaries carry different halves of the same amulet? A rip-roaring adventure of swashbuckling proportions, courtesy of Arie Kaplan and Robby Musso!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Lamar Waldron, art by Joe Phillips, cover by Ken Steacy.

IDW's re-presentation of Now Comics' classic Speed Racer stories continues as the big-screen adaptation draws ever nearer. In Volume Three, Speed Racer and company head off on a World Tour in adventures that span the globe from Africa to Germany and beyond! This collection features issues 15-19 of the original series, showcasing the art of Joe Phillips, along with a cover gallery and special pin-ups as well.

152 pages, $19.99.


Written by Steve Sullivan and Lamar Waldron, art by Norm Dwyer and Neil Vokes, cover by Ken Steacy.

In Volume Four of the classic Now Comics series, Speed is off on a tour across the United States, facing deadly peril in races from San Diego to the East Coast and all parts in between!

140 pages, $19.99.


Written by Fred Schiller and Steve Sullivan, art by George Booker, Brian Thomas, Vince Argondezzi, Thomas Baxa and John Dell III, cover by Ken Steacy.

Experience the world of Speed Racer from the other lane in this collection of Now Comics' classic Racer X. Rex Racer may spend most of his time in the shadows, waiting for his chance to aid Speed, but it turns out his secret life as Racer X is even more mysterious than expected. Find out what and who Racer X is working for, and indulge yourself in his lavish cars and gadgets in this exciting collection, including the original issues #1-5, and featuring a cover by comics legend Ken Steacy!

136 pages, $19.99.


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

As a false distress call lures the Enterprise to a distant region of space, a saboteur puts Geordi and O'Brien at ground zero of a warp core that's about to breach! But is all this part of a greater scheme to draw the Enterprise into deeper danger? From the creative that brought you the hit Klingons: Blood Will Tell miniseries, Scott & David Tipton and David Messina.

32 pages, $3.99 .


Written by David Tischman, art by Steve Conley, Leonard O'Grady, Gordon Purcell, Rob Sharp and Joe Sharp, cover by Joe Corroney.

Space. The Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise -- and her mission to explore strange new worlds continues here, with the launch of the official Year Four of The Original Series' five-year epic. Boldly going where no man has gone before are writer David Tischman (Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Space Between) and Trek artists supreme Steve Conley, Leonard O'Grady, Gordon Purcell, and Rob & Joe Sharp. This first collection of the continuing adventures of Captain James T. Kirk and crew collects six stand-alone tales, a five-page introductory tale, and a full cover gallery as well.

152 pages, $19.99.


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

The battle for Bete Noire is at hand! In an epic climax of a story building for more than two years, the defenders of The City that Shapes the World face off against an incursion by the forces of the Hierarchy, with the fate of the entire city at stake! An anniversary issue with a stunning wraparound cover by series artist J.K. Woodward and ten pages of special features, including galleries, interviews and more. Written by New York Times Best-Selling author Peter David.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Milton Caniff.

April Kane has come to China and Terry Lee's life will never be the same! Milton Caniff's newspaper classic shifts into high gear with stories featuring the villainous Sanjak, the outrageous Singh-Singh and the mysterious Hu Shee. This volume also features the first appearance of the pivotal character Raven Sherman. Containing more than 100 lovingly-restored color Sunday pages and over 700 total comic strips, The Complete Terry And The Pirates provides nonstop adventure, comedy and romance, as IDW Publishing's Library of American Comics showcases the incredible work of Milton Caniff, forever known as The Rembrandt of American Comics.

352 pages, $49.99.


Written by Max Allan Collins, art by Gabriel Rodriguez, and Ashley Wood.

In modern Las Vegas, a Jack the Ripper copycat terrorizes the city, and a Ripper convention in town doesn't make tracking him down any easier! History, legend and crime-solving science take the CSI team through this made-for-comics tale.

144 pages, $11.99.


Written by Max Allan Collins, art by Gabriel Rodriguez and Ashley Wood.

Rapper Busta Kapp has no shortage of enemies, so when he turns up dead in his limo, Gil Grissom and his crew of CSIs have no shortage of suspects. The trail leads them through the underground Las Vegas hip hop scene to the shady characters therein in this made-for-comics tale.

128 pages, $11.99.


Written by Chris Ryall, art and cover by Ashley Wood.

Ryall and Wood took the "vs" concept as far as they could with the original Zombies vs. Robots, right? Wrong! They push things much further this time, introducing the latest combatants to mix it up with rotting flesh and rusting steel: Amazons! Not to mention the threat ofŠ the zombie minotaur? This special collection compiles the sold-out miniseries, and a full art gallery by artist/painter Wood.

80 pages, $19.99.


Written, art and cover by Ben Templesmith.

Wormwood is still kicking, Mr. Pendulum is in pieces, the Earthly Dimension has a few bruises and the squidly things are rather annoyed. Not that they're ever happy, you understand, but this time they're particularly angry and have a little something up their sleeves. Those celaphods can fight dirty when they want to! With writing and art courtesy of Spike-TV Scream Award-winner and Eisner-award nominee Ben Templesmith.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Ben Templesmith.

In "It Only Hurts When I Pee," the second collection of Wormwood, the tale of the Gentleman Corpse move beyond the simply bizarre (see Wormwood, Vol. 1) into the sublime lunacy of Lephrechaunia. Wormwood and his eclectic posse search for the Leprechaun Queen, the only being capable of lifting the terminal curse that our hero has contracted -- but if the rabid leprechauns and dimension travel hasn't already set your head spinning, that'll be taken care of by the Squidmen, a terrifying collective of "gatherers" hell-bent on ingesting everything they get their tentacles on. Did we mention they've had it out for Wormwood ever since he committed an unspeakable genocide against their species? This collection includes issues #5-7, along with a special one-shot, all written and drawn by Templesmith.

120 pages, $19.99.


Written by Tom Waltz, art and cover by Casey Maloney.

Gene Simmons' stranger-in-a-strange-land tale continues, as Denizen Xeng Ral and the Etherian Hunters face off in an epic fight to the finish through the streets of Detroit. Meanwhile, Foster Deveroux and his Cosmic Defense Ministry plot their own nefarious scheme against Xeng's only Earth friends. By the acclaimed creative team of Children of the Grave, writer Tom Waltz and artist Casey Maloney.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by James Anthony Kuhoric, art by Guiu Vilanova, cover by Danny Parsons.

IDW Publishing concludes its run of adapted short stories from acclaimed science-fiction author Cory Doctorow. In "After the Siege," young Valentine finds herself a reluctant player in a bloody and devastating attack on the city she calls home, in a world where wealthy and powerful countries go to war simply because weaker nations have broken their patent laws in a desperate effort to enhance their innocent lives.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Baron, art and cover by Kevin Caron.

Where once Ham's castle stood is now a smoking ruin. Daisy clings desperately to life, her self-confidence destroyed. In the African veldt, Badger has a confrontation with his totem that changes everything forever. Whatever you thought you knew about the Badger was wrong! Meanwhile, Pavlov's plot reaches fruition with the appearance of the greatest martial artist of all time -- and no, it's not Count Dante.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Baron, art by Bill Reinhold, colored by Neil Hansen.

This second collection of classic Badger comics continues the title's First Comics run with issues #7-12, including stories like "Breakdown On The Road To Happiness" and "In A Coma, In Nakoma." Created by Mike Baron, the Badger continues his erratic and sometimes downright insane crusade to fight injustice, confusing plenty of characters along the way with his multiple personalities. If all the regular heroes are too predictable for you, the Badger is just what the doctor ordered!

152 pages, $24.99.


Written by Ellie Bethel, art and cover by Alexandra Colombo.

IDW Publishing and Jonas Publishing are proud to present Worthwhile Books, an all-new imprint focusing on children's picture books. The first Worthwhile Books title, Michael Recycle, is out just in time for Earth Day on April 22 and tells the adventures of a young superhero whose power allows him to teach people about recycling. After cleaning up a town, the people declare: "To Michael Recycle! The green-caped crusader, our super-green hero, the planet's new savior!"

28 pages, hardcover, $15.99.

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