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THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2009



Written by Warren Ellis, art by Facundo Percio, covers by Paul Duffield, Juan Jose Ryp and Felipe Massafera.

Techno-Vikings from beyond space! Raiders who harrow the weird planet-cities of the extra-universal Constellation in their ancient mile-long warship, the Ultraspacial Dreadnought Vanaheim! Descending on the peaceful island of Three Souls Town, whose only possible savior might be... a girl from London with the call sign Anna Mercury.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Warren Ellis, art by Gianluca Pagliarani, covers by Pagliarani and Felipe Massafera.

The ray-gun blasting epic conclusion of the first series! Where did the space heroes go to die? A retro-punk "future of the past" where spaceships still belched smoke and arguments were still settled with laser pistols. The mystery of Ignition City is revealed, and none of the citizens can believe the shocking truth. Mary Raven now has everyone out to kill her and it looks like her luck may have run out.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Christos Gage, art by Roberto Viacava, covers by Jacen Burrows and Juan Jose Ryp.

Absolution introduces John Dusk, a superhero in a world where they're a sanctioned arm of law enforcement. But this veteran hero has been scarred by his exposure to man's infinite capacity for evil, and he's seen one too many perpetrators escape justice. One day he crosses the line...lets a murderer die...and discovers it feels good. Surrounded by sociopaths, both human and superhuman, who he knows will prey on others if they're not stopped--permanently--how far will he go, knowing every step he takes puts him further on a collision course with his teammates Alpha and The Servant, not to mention his homicide detective girlfriend?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Garth Ennis, art and covers by Jacen Burrows.

The bloody conclusion of the horror series of the year has too much violence to fit in a normal comic, so this final issue is super-sized! There is nothing left to do but for Cindy and the last of her friends to take the battle to the Crossed. It doesn't go well. Garth Ennis takes no prisoners and offers no hope in the most intense book of his career! Nothing is going right, but this is no fairy tale -- there are no magic cures on the horizon. When civilization crumbles in one terrifying moment; when people are gleefully breaking into unthinkable acts of violence all around you; when everyone you love has died screaming in agony: What do you do? There is no help. There is no hope. There is no escape. There are only the Crossed.

40 pages, $4.99.


Written by Warren Ellis, art by Ivan Rodriguez, covers by Rodriguez and Raulo Caceres.

Things are getting out of control. Everyone's looking for Doktor Sleepless. But there's no sign that any of what's going wrong -- murders, destruction, massive amounts of new drugs, war on the streets, domestic terrorism, riots -- is actually his doing. No-one's seen him. In fact, the only person ever seen coming out of the house on the hill is the Nurse. Which makes journalist Sarah Berlin wonder: Is Doktor Sleepless already dead?

32 pages, $3.99.

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