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Written by Christopher Yost, art and cover by Scott Wegener.

Hell has invaded Earth, and only one man can stop it... junior account executive Dave Sloan, aka the Killer of Demons! With an angel at his side, Dave can see the demons that have infiltrated our world... and they all have to die! But these 'demons' are mostly Dave's co-workers at the office or people that annoy Dave in some way, leading him to believe that he's gone totally insane. Or has he? Now Dave must fight to survive and find out the truth... is he a whacked out mass murderer, or the last hope the world has against the forces of Hell?

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 4.


Written by Mark Kidwell, art by John Cboins, covers by Frank Frazetta, Cboins and Nat Jones.

In the fall of 1876, three months after the murder of Wild Bill Hickock, another legend rode into Deadwood, South Dakota. The dime novels said he was fast with a six-gun and faster with the ladies--said he'd killed more men than he could count. They called him the Freedom Kid. Sometimes, the pen is indeed mightier than the swordŠ

...and a legend is a hard thing to live up to.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 18.


Written by Shaun Lapacek and Ian Keiser, art and cover by Matrix.

A battle of epic proportion ensues in an ancient time. Since the death of his mother Lilith, Odin, first son of Adam and Lilith, vows to continue to punish Eve's children as his mother desired. The second child of Lilith, known as Loki, has had enough of his sibling Odin's grasp upon the children of Eve. After witnessing their death at his hands, Loki crawls deep into the ocean depths...and time passes. Many years later, Loki awakens to a modern world, where he meets and falls for an ER doctor named Bridgette. Their happiness is short lived, as Loki realizes that his siblings are still very much alive and wrecking havoc upon the children of Eve once again!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 11.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and four-page gatefold cover by Ryan Ottley and Fco Plascencia.

Invincible is drawn into a company-wide crossover event done in one oversized issue! Spawn! Savage Dragon! Youngblood! Shadowhawk! Cyberforce! Pitt! Ultra! and many, many more all here for one issue.

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on March 18.


Written by Bryan J.L. Glass, art and cover by Michael Avon Oeming.

Filled with never-before-seen artwork by Oeming from all phases of the development of the acclaimed anthropomorphic series. And featuring an all-new short story that bridges the gap between series volumes one and two: following Karic's ceremony, knighting the young mouse as a true Templar, Cassius is instructed to take the boy and flee into the wilderness before competing factions can exploit him. But Cassius's mission may be doomed from the very start as a tree filled with Templar Priests stands between him and freedom. Is Karic and the prophecy he fulfills worth the cost in lives and shed blood?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 18.


By Erik Larsen, Dan Brereton, Paul Grist, Sheldon Vella, Ed Kwong, Juan Doe, Tonci Zonjic, Salgood Sam, Mike Dawson, Anthony Wu, Chris Moreno, Maximo Lorenzo, Derek Mculloch, Connor Willumsen and more, edited by Mark Andrew Smith and D.J. Kirkbride, cover by Tara McPherson.

The graphic mixtape returns for a third round with a new generation of cartoonists teaming up with some of the industry's most celebrated names to produce nearly five hundred pages of all-new, full color comics

448 pages, $29.99, in stores on March 25.


Written by Howard Chaykin, art by Chaykin, James Sherman, Pat Broderick and Rick Burchett, cover by Chaykin.

Americna Flagg! now available as a trade paperback collecting the series' second seven issues! Collects American Flagg! #8-14!

256 pages, $19.99, in stores on March 18.


Written by Robert Kirkman and Bruce Brown, art by Nate Bellegarde and Andy Kuhn, cover by Bellegarde.

When a threat from another dimention threatens to destroy the world, Brit must team up with all the heroes of the Invincible Universe to stop it. Guest starring Invincible, The Astounding Wolf-Man, Tech Jacket and many more! Collects Brit #7-12

160 pages, $16.99, in stores on March 11.


Written by Phil Hester, art and cover by Brook Turner.

What if they threw an Apocalypse and nobody came? The end times are upon us, but to be honest, Heaven and Hell have lost all enthusiasm for anything resembling a Final Judgment. Earth's guardian angel, in an act of cosmic negligence, selects Golly Munhollen, part time race car driver, part time carny, and full time dumb ass to become humanity's defender against the remaining elements of Hell still bent on starting some trouble come Judgment Day. By day Golly repairs rides on the midway, by night he stumbles ass backwards into the weird menaces that seem to pop up in every town on the carnival's tour. Golly is aided in his quest by his carny pals: Vaughn, the 6'6² tattooed man; Pig, former freak show fat lady turned strong woman; Miguel, the genius dog-faced boy acrobat; and Satan, former monarch of Hell now down on his luck and working the midway for cigarette money. Catching Hell collects the first five issues of the critically acclaimed, groundbreaking Image series including the tale of Golly's origin and his subsequent hapless encounters with a preacher-turned-werehog and a trailer park stalking vampire. It's southern fried horror fat packed with high octane adventure and low brow humor. Collects Golly #1-5.

144 pages, $14.99, in stores on March 18.


Written and art by Eric Shanower.

The deadly battle continues. Just about everybody fights just about everybody else. Paris vs. Menelaus, Great Ajax vs. Hektor, and Odysseus beats on Thersites. From the walls of Troy, Helen and the Trojan women watch a showdown between Achilles and Hektor.

24 pages, black and white, $3.50, in stores on March 11.


Written by Kelly Yates, art and cover by Yates and Michael E. Wiggam.

After being shot in the back, Amber's mercenary problems multiply as she struggles to understand why her family was attacked for a mysterious key. Help comes in the form of Galactic Guardian, Ace Armstrong. Outgunned, Ace retreats with Amber offworld against Amber's wishes to save her family. However, a confrontation ensues when they are tracked down for the key and Amber is faced with the death of an Atoms' family member.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 25.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Jason Howard.

Incarcerated! Is this the end for Gary Hampton, The Astounding Wolf-Man? No -- this is only the beginning!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 25.


Written by Joe Kelly, art and cover by Diego Greco.

Even werewolves get the blues! Further "adventures in bad taste" abound as Lou ponders the value of his life while Wendell tries to snap him out of his furry throwing him in front of a heavily armed militia!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 4.

DYNAMO 5 #21

Written by Jay Faerber, art and cover by Mahmud A. Asrar and Ron Riley.

Visionary's going on his first date! And it's with that cute Firebird, too. But you know what happens when two super-heroes try to take a night off, don't you...? The answer may surprise!

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 25.


Written by Richard Starkings, art by Moritat and Rob Steen, cover by Steen, variant cover by Erik Larsen and Boo Cook.

"Monster on the Loose." Freed from his lonely prison cell, the Elephantman known as Tusk wanders aimlessly along the dark avenues and alleyways of Mystery City... until he is taken into the care of another lost soul, and then his problems truly begin...

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Phil Hester, art and cover by Andy Kuhn.

"Holmgang," part two. Duncan comes up on the short end of a brutal reunion with a long-lost family member bent on wresting away Belloc's inheritance. And while Duncan's body is taking a beating, his heart isn't faring much better when he's entangled in a full blown love-triangle.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 25.


Written by Phil Hestre, art by Tony Fleecs, cover by Brook Turner.

Golly Munhollen and his misfit carny pals stumble into another backwater brouhaha in The Siren of Soaptown. A curse born of unquenched vengeance keeps the isolated denizens of Soaptown in perpetual terror unless Golly can unlock the secret of the hex.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 4.


Written by Glen Brunswick, art by Dan McDaid, cover by Darwyn Cooke, variant cover by McDaid.

Holiday shopping takes a turn for the worse when the Gods choose the Cherry Hill Mall as their battleground. The evil Minog wants Barock's head on a slab and he's willing to kill any mall rat that gets in the way. Unfortunately for Zoe, the mall is also the location of her most recent break-up. And now she's caught in Minog's cross-hairs. With Barock's power failing miserably, will he be able to muster the strength to save himself and Zoe from certain death?

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 4.


Written, art and cover by Michael Allred, Darwyn Cooke and J. Bone, variant cover by Cooke.

Madman Atomic Comics reaches a new milestone as each issue will now contain self-contained adventures. To mark this event, this issue will have two stories including one from Darwyn Cooke and his frequent collaborator, J. Bone, in addition to another head-spinning yarn from Madman creator Allred. Big things are afoot and you won't want to miss this dynamic barrier buster. Robots, rayguns, mutants, monsters, and mad scientists all merge in the wonderful world of Snap City in one tale, while Frank "Madman" Einstein, and his girl, Joe, "think" they're on a vacation at a theme park in the other.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 25.


Written by Kieron Gillen, art and cover by Jamie McKelvie.

They're the Single Club's DJ ogres: Seth Bingo and the Silent Girl. But do sensitive hearts beat within shallow breasts? Hell, no. Join us for a story of sarcasm, extreme sarcasm and solipsistic snobbishness. Remember: they're laughing at you. You may as well laugh at them. Plus two back-up stories showcasing the art of David LaFuente and Charity Larrison.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 18.


Written by Alex Grecian, art and cover by Riley Rossmo.

"Julia," part one. Sasquatch and Stempunk! Proof's a young man in 1860 London. Springhel Jack is murdering prostitutes and he may be hiding out in the circus sideshow where Proof is a featured attraction. But Proof's mind is on something else: the beautiful ³Baboon Lady,² Julia.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 25.


Written, art and cover by Erik Larsen.

The Dragon is out to shut down Chicago's notorious criminal organization the Vicious Circle and that means breaking up speakeasies, bookie joints, gambling houses, fight clubs, nightclubs, distilleries, breweries and brothels. The Dragon is back on the force! Criminals beware!

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 4.


Written by Steven T. Seagle, art and cover by Marco Cinello.

The deal is struck! The second chapter in the weirdest story of Lili Bloom's young life. Paying down a demonic barter for the betrayed soul of her damned boyfriend, Lili discovers she has some issues using her sexuality as a Venus flytrap for a few bad men.

But if holding back on her urges will only guarantee the eternal damnation of her one true love, what's a girl to do? Battle the Prince of Lies with some underhanded gamesmanship, of course. Who will emerge victorious: the ultimate force of vengeance...or the devil who ticked her off?

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 11.

SPAWN #190

Written by Todd McFarlane and Brian Holguin, art by Whilce Portacio and McFarlane, cover by Jin Han.

Jim Downing awoke from a long coma to discover he has no memories of his past life, and worse, he seems to be possessed by a dark, violent power that emerges in times of stress. As Jim struggles to piece together the events that led him to this fate, he finds himself at the middle of a great conspiracy, stalked by agents of both Heaven and Hell. Help is offered from surprising quarters, but can anyone truly be trusted?

32 pages, $2.95, in stores on March 25.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Charlie Adlard and Cliff Rathburn.


32 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on March 11.



Written by Tom Arguello and Jim Valentino, pencils by Valentino, inks by Jimmie Robinson, cover by Whilce Portacio.

Journey is attacked in her home as an Egyptian warrior attempts to stop her from unleashing an ancient evil...but too late, as Sekhmet has already awoken and gets stronger every time Journey uses the amulet to steal a hero's super-powers! Ancient sorcerer meets the modern world with a young girl caught in the middle!

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 4.


Written by Trudy Cooper and Danny Murphy, art and cover by Cooper.

Platinum Grit Chapters 1­5, in which the fearless Nils and the timid-but-still-surprisingly-together Jeremy take on the Zodiac (they win); Jer's insane Scottish relatives (they sort of win); a 1940s private dick (they draw when poor light stops play); and two sets of alien matchmakers (they... almost).

184 pages, black and white, $14.99, in stores on March 11.


Written by Joshua Williamson, art and cover by JC Grander.

Special guest: Firebreather! Johnny Monster is busted, his secrets have been revealed, his fans are pissed and the government has no choice but to hire violent mercenaries to hunt down and kill the monsters Johnny calls family! And to make matters worse he is trapped by an angry tentacle beast and the only person that can save him is... Firebreather!

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 18.


Written, art and cover by Jimmie Robinson.

Bomb Queen is framed for a series of murders in the small town of Littleville. Trapped in her city of crime, the Queen employs a ragtag group of fanboys to discover the truth... before Littleville brings justice in the form of the ultimate superhero!

Sexual, social and political satire that takes no prisoners, offers no quarter and will leave you rolling in the aisles with laughter! Not for the easily offended or the weak of heart. This trade collects all 6 issues of the ³Divine Comedy²storyline.

148 pages, $16.99, in stores on March 25.

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