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

The terrible secrets of Saint Sébastien come to light as Abe pushes deeper into the mystery of the island and a legacy of evil that spans the life of humanity itself.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on May 7.


Written by B.K. Evenson.

After 30 years of cryogenic sleep, Detective Anders Kramm wakes to a changed world. The alien threat has been subdued. Company interests dominate universal trade. Terraforming is big money now, with powerful men willing to do anything to assure dominance over other worlds.

But Kramm has a secret. He knows why The Company killed twelve of its top scientists. He knows why the aliens have been let loose on the surface of a contested planet. He knows that the information he has is valuable, and that The Company will do everything it can to stop him from telling his secret to the world.

Haunted by memories of the brutal murder of his family, Kramm is set adrift amid billion dollar stakes . . . with aliens around every corner, waiting for him to make a mistake.

288 pages, $6.99, in stores on July 16.


Written and art by various.

Like sports, the victor is he who wants it more. Unlike sports, the loser earns extinction.

Mankind has fought for survival over countless millennia, but nothing has threatened humanity's existence like the murderous Alien scourge. While some have tried to use the creatures' deadly abilities to serve their own selfish ends, no one can dance with the devil, and ultimately only one species must prevail. To that end, men have turned their own lethal instincts and cold intellect against the monsters, creating engineered plagues, cybernetic fighting suits, and even bogus android aliens, but survival rides not on technology, but on the primacy of the most deep-rooted, feral instincts.

Creators include horror novelist Chet Williamson, as well as John Arcudi, Doug Mahnke, Jon Wagner, Ronnie del Carmen, and many more!

376 pages, $24.95, in stores on July 9.


Desperate to find a sanctuary where his lover, Casca, will be safe from the demons drawn to her Brand of Sacrifice, Guts the Black Swordsman pushes his motley band of followers onward towards fairy Puck's homeland, Elfhelm. With new allies who make their home in a mystically guarded woodland paradise, Guts' goal seems within reach, but danger lurks in the shadows of even the most dazzling utopias, and even fairy witchery may not protect the wondrous kingdom from an army of marauding, murderous trolls!

Created by Kentaro Miura, Berserk is a runaway manga locomotive, a crashing colossus of teeth-rattling action, spine-chilling horror, and taboo-breaking humor that fires the boilers of its devoted devotees and just fires the rest. Ashes to ashes!

208 pages, black and white, $13.95, in stores on July 23.


The 13" Bettie Page statue sold out within weeks of solicitation and customers have been thrilled with the lifelike statue, which finally, truly captures the spirit of Bettie Page. Dark Horse decided to offer a second, smaller version for the Bettie fans that missed out on the limited full-size statue. Measuring 6 inches (7" with base), this mini-statue captures the charm and sultriness of this real-life heroine in exacting, minute detail.

$59.99, in stores on June 18.


Written by Ryo Ikehata, art by Chizu Hashii.

Following the traces of Diva, the leader of the Chiroptera, Saya and her group make their way to Russia. But awaiting their arrival are Diva's powerful protector Chiroptera, " Chevalier." In the middle of the battle against this new threat, Saya is told a horrible truth -- "It is because you are one of us." Is Saya a human, or something more sinisterŠ?

256 pages, black and white, $8.95, in stores on July 9.

B.P.R.D.: 1946 #5

Written by Mike Mignola and Joshua Dysart, art by Paul Azaceta, colored by Dave Stewart.

B.P.R.D.: 1946 rises to its astounding conclusion as Bruttenholm at last comes face to face with one of the most diabolical villains to emerge from the Third Reich, a mad genius whose creations will plague the B.P.R.D. for years to come.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on May 14.


Written by Drew Goddard penciled by Georges Jeanty, inked by Andy Owens, colored by Dave Stewart, covers by Jon Foster and Jeanty.

The Scoobies' mysterious new foes have obtained a powerful instrument that may destroy everything that Buffy has worked so hard to build. Screenwriter Drew Goddard (Lost, Cloverfield) continues his fun-filled romp through Tokyo with Wolves at the Gate part 3.

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on May 7.


Written by J.M. DeMatteis, Roy Thomas, Larry Hama and Len Wein, art by John Buscema, Neal Adams, Vincente Alcazar, Yong Montano, Ernie Chan and Bob McLeod.

Following a legendary writer like Roy Thomas is no easy task, but J.M. DeMatteis found himself doing just that when he collaborated with writer Len Wein on Conan #116 -- and then became the book's new regular writer with Conan #118! Dark Horse's latest Chronicles of Conan collects six issues from the regular series run, as well as the second Conan King-Size Annual. Readers will marvel at the strange new landscapes, creatures, and magical foes that DeMatteis brought to the series, while still getting a Roy Thomas fix with his "Phoenix on the Sword" adaptation from Conan Annual #2.

192 pages, $16.95, in stores on July 2.


Here at Dark Horse, there is no shortage of fans of Will Eisner's The Spirit. We are proud to present a Spirit mini-bust based on original concept art by Will Eisner! We used an unpublished drawing from his archive as sculptor reference, thereby bringing Eisner's creation to life! Sculptor Tony Cipriano has captured the essence of Eisner's art perfectly.

Included with this bust is a separate Central City manhole cover, to be placed on or near the bust by the consumer.

4.5 inches by 7.5 inches, $69.99, in stores on June 18.


Written and art by Keith Knight.

the first comprehensive omnibus collection of rapper/cartoonist Keith Knight's Harvey Award-winning, semi-autobiographical comic strip, the K Chronicles. An unabashedly provocative mix of political and social satire, it tackles such touchy subjects as racism, violence, and sex with a self-deprecating humor, personal honesty and light-hearted goofiness rarely found in a newspaper comic. The result is accessible yet subversive, compassionate and political, without being preachy. Reminiscent of Calvin and Hobbes, Knight's drawing style is fluid and dynamic, and his great strength is the deftness of his wide-ranging wit -- simultaneously light-hearted and wild, clever and conscious.

500 pages, black and white, $24.95, in stores on July 23.


Written and art by Akiko Ikeda.

The internationally popular Dayan Collection series in English for the first time! International best-selling author Akiko Ikeda has made the tales of the mischievous cat Dayan and his woodland friends in the magical realm of Wachifield a sensation around the world. Dark Horse brings these adventures to America for the first time in a series of durable children's books for readers of all ages!

This series is four individual volumes: Book 1 Dayan's Birthday, Book 2 Thursday Rainy Party, Book 3 White Eurocka, and Book 4 Chibikuro Party.

40 pages, $9.95, in stores on March 26.


Japan's favorite furball is invading the United States, and Dark Horse is helping to lead the charge. We are ramping up a special program of officially-licensed Domo merchandise, and clever retailers will stock up lest they find their ankles being chomped on. Obey the Domo!

Available in limited quantities, our 8" Flocked Domo vinyl figure comes in four colors -- Classic Brown, Fabulous Fuchsia, Royal Blue, and Polar White. These fun, furry-flocked figures are fuzzy to the touch, just like Domo.

$39.99 each, in stores on June 11.


Written by Sankichi Meguro, art by Saki Okuse.

Ghost Talker's Daydream is a horror anime created by Saki Okuse and Sankichi Meguro. It tells the story of Misaki Saiki, a young woman with a troubled past, who is a professional dominatrix in one of Tokyo's most exclusive S&M clubs. However, her real money is something she likes even less than being a dominatrix. Ever since childhood, Misaki has had the ability to see and communicate with ghosts, and that talent is put to use by the Livelihood Protection Agency, who pairs Misaki with Souichiro Kadotake, a martial artist who happens to be deathly afraid of ghosts. Using her gifts, Misaki is able to help troubled departed spirits resolve what is troubling them and allow them to move on to the afterlife. If all that isn't odd enough, Misaki is an albino and a virgin.

216 pages, black and white, $10.95, in stores on July 22.


Written and art by Eric Powell, colored by Dave Stewart.

Buzzard, formally the sheriff of a small western town where the townsfolk were turned into nefarious zombies, returns to Horse Eater's Woods to better understand the source of a horrifying curse that plagues the people of Goon's town. This issue also features a bonus story, written by Eric Powell with artwork by Kyle Holtz, which revisits the pie-eating Skunk Ape, who gets his kicks from terrorizing elementary school children.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on May 14.


Written and art by Matt Wagner.

In the penultimate chapter of Behold the Devil, Grendel's quest to unveil the source behind his relentless pursuer comes to a head following his bloody battle with the inner circle of the rebellious Korean mob. What unknown secrets will be revealed by the diabolic presence that has answered the Devil's summoning?

24 pages, black, white and red, $3.50, in stores on May 21.


Written by Jerry Beck, art by Leslie Carbarga.

"That's some duck" for adventure, fun, misunderstandings and victories aplenty. Oversized, oblivious, and oh-so good-natured duckling Baby Huey first delighted audiences in 1949 when he appeared in the pages of Casper the Friendly Ghost, but quickly lumbered his way into the bigger world of cartoons and his own comic book series! Join Baby Huey, his lovingly baffled parents, and his duckling pals in this jumbo collection of classic stories.

480 pages, $19.95, in stores on July 23.


Containing three fully painted, non-articulated figures, 4" tall in a full-color window box. Featuring Hellboy, Abe Sapien, and Lobster Johnson.

$14.99, in stores on June 4.


The Mignola-inspired, Hellboy figure packaged with a new hardcover digest-size edition of Seed of Destruction that features an all-new cover by Mike Mignola! Hellboy figure is 4" tall; book has 112 pages and is 5" x 7.5"

$24.99, in stores on June 4.


Mike Mignola has given us art for an impressive new Hellboy mug! This 11-oz. mug includes full-color art of Hellboy and the Hellboy logo.

$12.99, in stores on June 4.


Written by various, art by Mike Mignola.

Long-time contributor to the Hellboy mythos Christopher Golden brings together a crew of luminaries including Joe R. Lansdale and China Miéville, cross-genre sensation Barbara Hambly, celebrated mystery writer Ken Bruen, best-selling science fiction and fantasy novelist Tad Williams and a bevy of other skilled storytellers eager to spin a tale or two about the world's greatest paranormal detective, as some of the biggest names in horror, mystery, and fantasy come together to pay homage to Mike Mignola's Hellboy!

216 pages, black and white, $14.95, in stores on July 9.


Written by Phillip Gelatt, art by Ethaen Beavers, colored by Ronda Pattison.

In the deep winter of Northern Europe, Dr. Henry Jones Jr. is about to undergo one of the most harrowing archeological digs of his career! Amidst a deadly blizzard, he must find an ancient monument and unlock its secrets before someone with much darker intentions gets there first! Yet there are trials awaiting any who would lay claim to the artifacts of mysterious warriors from long ago.

Kid-friendly and brimming with the very best parts of Indiana Jones, this is a story for anyone looking for stunning visuals, thrill-a-minute storytelling, and one unmistakable archaeologist!

80 pages, $6.95, in stores on July 23.


Written by George Lucas, David Koepp and John Jackson Miller, penciled by Luke Ross, inked by Fabio Laguna, colored by Dan Jackson, covers by Drew Struzan and Hugh Fleming.

The man who single-handedly defined "adventure" for an entire generation returns -- hat and all -- in this action-packed adaptation of this summer's silver-screen megahit! Dr. Henry Jones Jr. is at it again, this time on the trail of a discovery unlike any in his illustrious career. Yet more than one player is out to win this game, and with stakes this high, not everyone is going to play fair! Will Indiana Jones's greatest adventure be his last?

56 pages, $5.99, in stores on May 22.


Written by George Lucas, David Koepp and John Jackson Miller, penciled by Luke Ross, inked by Fabio Laguna, colored by Dan Jackson, covers by Drew Struzan and Hugh Fleming.

The conclusion to the grandest archeological adventure ever in part two of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull! The summer's hottest blockbuster comes to comics in this adaptation of Indiana Jones's most exciting and unexpected quest to date. Since beyond record, no one has seen the marvels Dr. Henry Jones Jr. now witnesses, or braved the dangers he now faces! Yet even greater perils wait on the horizon, where the dark aims of Indy's contemporaries threaten to bring inscrutable consequences down upon them all!

56 pages, $5.99, in stores on May 28.


Written by Fritz Leiber.

Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser have traveled the width and breadth of the land of Nehwon, in search of adventure and fortune. Now lost at sea, their ship drawn out on the Great Equatorial Current, their journey brings them to Rime Isle, a tragic island populated by vagabonds and wanderers. The island is also home to a race of gods, schemers, and manipulators that plague the humans for their amusement. Will Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser be able to escape the island, or be trapped forever as pawns of the gods?

224 pages, black and white, $12.95, in stores on July 16.


From MINDstyle.

Assorted collectible figures in counter display, 8 different figures packed "blind box" in 32-unit counter display, 9 1/2" L x 9 1/2" W x 6 1/4" H, each figure is approx. 2" tall.

$255.68, in stores on May 14.


From MINDstyle.

Based on characters from Brom's novel The Plucker, an Imaginosis book published by Abrams Books. Guru is 12 1/2" tall and Pumpkin is 8 1/2" tall. Limited to 1,000 units.

$99.99, in stores on May 14.


Written by Jerry Holkins, art by Mike Krahulik.

Join us, intrepid explorers, as we journey once again into the depths of the Penny Arcade archives, facing eldritch curses and monstrous perils aplenty in our quest to unearth the ancient treasures of the year 2004 A.D.! Marvel at the mysteries laid bare within, at these tales of epic gaming, appliances gone bad, square dancing blood feuds, and so much more! Face, if you dare, the ominous foreboding of The Last Christmas, the challenging depths of Twisp and Catsby, and the poignant tragedy of The Wandering Age!

Includes every strip posted on during 2004, a treasure trove of bonus material, including creator commentary. Special foreword by actor, writer, and blogger extraordinaire Wil Wheaton!

136 pages, $12.95, in stores on July 2.


Written by Joe R. Lansdale, art and cover by Nathan Fox, colored by Dave Stewart.

What started out as a simple road trip has turned into a nightmarish disaster as Clare and Janet, heirs to the mysterious Blassenville estate, and their three friends find themselves stranded for the night in the derelict Blassenville mansion, located deep in the desolate heart of the Louisiana swamplands. With nothing left to do but to wait for daylight before they can go for help, the group settles in for the night, but it doesn't take long for the evil that infects the house to try to claim its first victims.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on May 21.


Written and art by Shannon Wheeler.

From the pages of The Onion and the wry mind of cartoonist Shannon Wheeler comes the silliest -- and most charmingly packaged-collection of new comics you'll see this year. For more than ten years Wheeler has cultivated a distinctly pointed and playful sense of humor in the pages of his independent comics, Too Much Coffee Man and How to Be Happy. Postage Stamp Funnies frames his wit with even more focus, as each cartoon delivers its punch in a single postage stamp-sized panel.

This boxed set of three tiny hardcover books revisits the first year of Wheeler's run in the legendary college humor newspaper.

56 pages, black and white, $9.95, in stores on July 2.


Written by Mike Richardson, art by Fabio Laguna.

Poor Gus will never look at England the same way again. He arrived from the states only days ago in order to sell a house willed to him by his grandfather. Seemed simple enough! But since then he's been beset by mysterious hauntings, accosted by real-estate thugs, tied up, roped into saving gremlin creatures from eviction, and literally knocked off his feet by Molly, a lovely young librarian with a black belt. To top it all off he's landed in jail, and his house is about to be bulldozed! What he needs now is a brilliant plan . . . and hundreds of tiny friends up for uncontrollable mischief. Hold on to your hats, everybody -- the gremlins are going to fight back in the only way they know how!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on May 7.


One of today's most popular anime series is getting the 3D treatment from Dark Horse. Created and directed by renowned animation talent Shinichiro Watanabe, best-known for the mega-hit Cowboy Bebop, this work centers around a trio of unforgettable characters: Mugen, Jin and Fuu. We are bringing them all forward in a unique set of limited-edition pieces that are faithful to every nuance of the Japanese originals.

Set in medieval Japan, Samurai Champloo deftly mixes samurai and action genres with a healthy dose of comic relief. It is, simply put, the story of the journey of a young girl named Fuu and her two guardians.

5" tall, hand-painted, limited-edition, $59.99, in stores on July 23.


Written by Joss Whedon and Brett Matthews, art by Will Conrad, colored by Michaelle Madsen, cover by Adam Hughes.

Better Days concludes with a brutal showdown when one of Serenity's crew is taken captive and tortured. The gang must put their enduring differences aside and work together to save one of their own, even if it may mean losing the cash prize of a lifetime.

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on May 14.


By Dave Pimentel, JJ villard, Dave Derrick, Jenny Lerew, Ken Morrissey, Keith Baxter and Ennio Torresan.

Hollywood's hardest-working animators bring their blockbuster talent to comics to tell stories too big for the silver screen in this jam-packed, jaw-dropping, just-plain-fun compendium of illustrated awesomeness!

Hilarious and moving, undeniably innovative and stunningly beautiful, each tale transforms the page into a lushly realized world of imagination -- a surefire prize for any fan of illustration or anyone looking for a great yarn spun in a whole new way.

176 pages, $19.99, in stores on July 9.


Written and art by Gilbert Hernandez.

High schooler Paul, his mistress Linda, and her gymnast step-daughter Val are done with their cross country-killing spree. Linda has snuck away to return to her husband, and Val isn't too happy with that. Val returns home to get Linda for good, in this final bloody chapter of Speak of the Devil.

24 pages, black and white, $3.50, in stores on May 28.


Written by Mick Harrison, penciled by Douglas Wheatley, colored by Dave McCaig, cover by Travis Charest.

"Vector," part five. The biggest Star Wars story of 2008 comes to the era of the Empire as Darth Vader's pursuit of power releases a force unlike any he's ever witnessed! Beginning the second phase in a yearlong, galaxy-changing storyline, part five of "Vector" puts the smuggling crew of the Uhumele in their toughest predicament yet, puts Darth Vader in a traitor's sights, and potentially puts the entire galaxy at risk!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on May 14.


Written by John Jackson Miller, art by Bong Dazo, colored by Michael Atiyeh, cover by Dustin Weaver.

"Exalted," part 1 of 2. Fugitive Padawan Zayne Carrick's quest to clear his name takes him to a secret storehouse of Sith artifacts collected by the Jedi Masters who framed him! Propelled by the events in "Vector," Zayne and his con-artist companion Gryph commit to a new course in exposing the dark actions of the secret Jedi Covenant. Yet doing so will take them not only to the homeworld of one of Zayne's murdering Masters, but into the most highly guarded place on the planet! This new adventure promises Star Wars at its most personal with consequences at their most epic!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on May 28.


Written by John Ostrander, penciled and cover by Jan Duursema, inked by Dan Parson, colored by Brad Anderson.

Cade Skywalker determines to deal with the Empire once and for all in this conclusion to one of the most important stories of the year!

When a reunion with old friends is compromised by an Imperial intrusion, Cade realizes there's only one way to stop the Sith -- a way that requires a fast ship, a custom-made blaster, and most of all, allies you can trust. Yet not all in his party are who they seem to be, and if Cade's not careful, he might just doom the galaxy's last ray of hope to a dark and devastating fate.

Introduces a surprising new member to the Legacy cast!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on May 21.


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

"Small Victories," part 4 of 4. Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia lead a team of Rebels to their destinies in the full-tilt conclusion to "Small Victories"! Facing a situation of unparalleled danger deep behind enemy lines, a few surviving Rebels test their resolve as decisions made on the fly will have serious consequences for both the Alliance and the Empire. Meanwhile, Admiral Ackbar calls a squad of experimental starfighters into action, but this is no simulation -- if these new ships aren't up to the challenge, the Rebellion's hopes may be dashed by the Imperial fist! Introducing Dagger Squadron!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on May 14.


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

In an inexplicable worldwide event, 47 extraordinary children were spontaneously born by women who'd previously shown no signs of pregnancy. Millionaire inventor Reginald Hargreeves adopted seven of the children; when asked why, his only explanation was, "To save the world."

These seven children form The Umbrella Academy, a dysfunctional family of superheroes with bizarre powers. Their first adventure at the age of ten pits them against an erratic and deadly Eiffel Tower, piloted by the fearsome zombie-robot Gustave Eiffel. Nearly a decade later, the team disbands, but when Hargreeves unexpectedly dies, these disgruntled siblings reunite just in time to save the world once again.

192 pages, $17.95, in stores on July 2.


Written and art by Stan Sakai.

Surrounded by a group of angry gamblers intent on capturing a young girl protected by Usagi and Gen, the rabbit ronin and his bounty-hunting friend are running out of options in this conclusion to "The Whip"!

The female gambler known as "The Whip" has kidnapped a child from the local gang leader and given her to Usagi and Gen for safekeeping. Now, the gang has caught up with them. Trapped inside an inn, Usagi and Gen must create a diversion for The Whip and the girl to escape. However, escape is the last thing on The Whip's mind.

24 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on May 28.


Learn why Tomoe is the most valuable retainer of Lord Noriuki of the Geishu Province, then plunge into a terrifying ghost story where a string of mysterious murders points to a woman dead for ten years. Finally, experience the mesmerizing beauty of a formal tea ceremony, as Usagi and Tomoe share this spiritual event to mark the rabbit ronin's departure from the province to resume his travels.

Collects Usagi Yojimbo Color Special #1-3 (originally published by Fantagraphics) and Usagi Yojimbo #90-93. Features the newly redrawn "Tomoe's Story" introductory tale!

184 pages, black and white, $15.95 (Limited Hardcover, $59.95), in stores on July 2.


This piece is from the third Doctor, played by Jon Pertwee, and taken from the episode titled "Terror of the Autons." In this episode, the Doctor is warned the Master has arrived on Earth.

This is the first time we see the Master (played by Roger Delgado). This piece depicts the master in his classic suit pose with the TCE -- Tissue Compression Eliminator -- and a defeated Auton from the end of the story.

The Master and Auton, 9 5/6" W x 11 4/5" D x 11 5/12" H, limited edition, worldwide distribution, $280, in stores on May 18.

This piece is from the episode titled "Genesis of the Dalek's," from the fourth Doctor Who series, starring Tom Baker. In this episode, the Doctor and his companions are transported to the planet Skaro to prevent the creation of the Daleks.

In this piece, the creator of the Daleks faces a struggle between the Doctor and death. The Doctor has threatened to switch off his life support, unless Davros orders the mutants, destruction. Davros' expression is one of determination, even though he is near certain death. The Doctor has an angry grimace on his face, one also of determination.

Doctor and Davros, 12 1/5" W x 13 4/5" D x 11" H, Limited edition, worldwide distribution, $300.


Written and art by David Malki.

Dark Horse Comics presents this hardbound collection of David Malki's Ignatz-nominated comic strip Wondermark. One of the Internet's new generation of self-syndicated comic creators, Malki repurposes illustrations and engravings from 19th-century books into hilarious, collage-style comic strips.

96 pages, $14.95, in stores on June 22.

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