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Written and art by Chris Onstad.

Picking up where they left off, Achewood and Dark Horse Comics present the third volume of strips from the massive Achewood archive. As with the previous collections, author Chris Onstad includes extensive character backstories, thorough strip annotations, the celebrated alt texts, and many print-only extras in the classic Achewood style. Time magazine named back-to-back Ignatz Award winner Achewood its 2007 Graphic Novel of the Year, and legions of devoted fans consistently report that it makes them feel the way Bloom County and Calvin and Hobbes did when they were young.

104 pages, black and white, $16.99, in stores on April 21.


Written by John Arcudi, penciled by Zach Howard, inked by Mark Irwin, colored by Wes Dzioba, cover by Raymond, Swanland.

A group of wildcat planetary prospectors plant their flag on a distant new world, rich in land, resources . . . and the greatest archaeological discovery in history, an ancient complex of impossible proportions carved deep within the living rock, a mind-numbing labyrinth of passages, ramps, bridges, and galleries that seems to extend limitlessly. But as the exploration of the leviathan dead city proceeds deeper and deeper, the members of the team slowly begin to lose their grip on reality, and madness gives way to fear as the explorers begin to disappear. Something else lives within the necropolis, a faceless horror as deadly and merciless as space itself, a lethal terror that has waited centuries to awake . . . and destroy.

96 pages. $15.99, in stores on April 14.


Written by Randy Stradley, penciled by Rick Leonardi, inked by Mark Pennington, colored by Wes Dzioba, cover by Raymond Swanland.

Machiko Naguchi is the only human known to have lived among the extraterrestrial hunters known as Predators‹and she's had plenty of up-close-and-personal experience with another deadly, otherworldly life form, the xenomorph Aliens, hunting the beasts alongside her Predator hosts. Machiko thought those days were long past, but now a long-lost rival clan of warlike Predators has emerged, using specially bred Aliens as weapons, and both Predators and humans are threatened. Now, Machiko must again don her Predator armor and negotiate a possible alliance with the very same race that made trophies of humans for centuries. And when you ³negotiate² with Predators, there will be blood!

40 pages, $3.50, in stores on Feb. 24.


Written and art by Graham Annable.

Get ready for the most extensive journey ever into the brilliant mind of Graham Annable! A classically trained animator with credits in film (including as a storyboard artist on Coraline), television, and video games, Annable has for years spent his free time creating some of the funniest, most poignant comics anywhere. As befits his animation background, Annable's fluid art pulses with life, in stories that practically jump off the page. Alternately poetic and hilarious, Grickle presents a strange twist on the everyday with heart and humor. If you've experienced Grickle before, this is the greatest collection yet. If you haven't, there's no better introduction than Book of Grickle! Introduction by Jeff Smith!

200 pages, black and white, $17.99, in stores on April 7.


Written by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi, art by Guy Davis, colored by Dave Stewart, cover by Mignola.

While Liz and Abe lead a platoon of agents and soldiers into the Hollow Earth, Kate Corrigan tries to juggle work with romance. She travels to Austria to explore the ruins of Hunte Castle‹the haunted Nazi fortress where crime fighter Lobster Johnson died and Hellboy fought the Conqueror Worm‹where she hopes to place Lobster Johnson's ghost to rest and make him free the spirit of Johann Kraus. Lobster Johnson returns to the scene of his death!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Feb. 10.


Dark Horse is proud to introduce a stunning line of officially- licensed Buck Rogers accessories, produced by our friends at Retro-A-Go-Go for the modern space traveler! High quality stainless steel card cases to carry all your off world identification. Highlight the keys to your rocket car with our Art Deco inspired key chains. Or decorate your moon base with one of the stylish and functional photo frames! Buck Rogers was ahead of his time, and guess what? He still is!

1930's Collection Frame, $31.99

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Written by Brad Meltzer, penciled by George Jeanty, inked by Andy Owens, colored by Michelle Madsen, covers by Jeanty and Jo Chen.

"Twilight," part 1 of 5. Faster than a speeding -- you know. More powerful than a -- yeah, one of those. Able to leap tall . . . castles in a single bound. Still working on that x-ray-vision thing. In the aftermath of battle with Twilight's army, Buffy has developed a host of new powers, but when will the other shoe drop, and will it be a cute shoe, or an ugly one? Still reeling from the losses of war, Willow goes looking for missing allies and discovers a horrifying truth about several of the Slayer army's recent ordeals.

Begining the buildup to Season Eight's climax in the storyline that finally reveals the identity of Twilight!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Feb. 3.


Written by Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway, Steve Englehart and Doug Moench, art by Marie Severin, Michael Ploo, Ed Hannigan and Alfredo Alcala.

Dark Horse Comics presents the exciting second volume of The Chronicles of Kull, which completes the Kull the Conqueror run with #10‹written by Gerry Conway and drawn by Marie Severin‹and launches Kull the Destroyer, featuring the creative talents of such esteemed creators as Roy Thomas, Mike Ploog, Alfredo Alcala, and Ed Hannigan! This action-packed tome details Kull's surprising exile from Valusia and his return to Atlantis, where he faces the deadly kraken, winged demons, and the god of flame and frost! In these uncertain times for the former King of Valusia, Kull finds allies among enemies and fiends whom he would once have called friends!

The Chronicles of Kull Volume 2: The Hell Beneath Atlantis and Other Stories reprints Kull the Conqueror #10 and Kull the Destroyer #11 through #20 in their stunning original colors, digitally cleaned and remastered!

108 pages, $18.99, in stores on April 7.


Written by Jerry Robinson, art by Walt Kelly, Winsor McCay, Milt Caniff, Hal Foster and others.

From Jerry Robinson, legendary creator of the Joker, seventy-year veteran of the comics industry, and prominent figure in monthly books, daily strips, and comics journalism, comes a comprehensive history of the truly American art form! The Comics is a fully reworked and updated edition of the 1974 classic that chronicles the origins and evolution of comic strips, from prior to the Yellow Kid through today, and highlights the game-changing contributions of such creative luminaries as Milton Caniff, Walt Kelly, Hal Foster and Winsor McCay, among countless others. A fascinating resource of enduring excellence for fans of the art form, historians, and casual readers alike, this edition has been extensively revisited by Robinson and tells the stories behind the newsprint page.

296 pages, $24.99, in stores on April 14.


Written by Timothy Truman, penciled by Tomas Giorello, colored by Jose Villarrubia, covers by Justin Sweet and Joseph Michael Linsner.

"Kozaki," part 1 of 3. Giorello returns to full penciling duties and Truman scripts this first episode in a new, three-issue story arc entitled "Kozaki"! After burning a few bridges and making some questionable choices, mainly fueled by jealousy over Prince Julion's recent appearance in Khoraja and a hatred for pampered royalty and their courtly life, Conan leaves Yasmela and her palace behind. Now leading Amalric's mercenary army, Conan is again responsible for the lives of others. But is he skilled and experienced enough to do the job right? In this issue, we'll also discover more bleak premonitions and clues concerning Conan's near future, when Conan and his companions leave organized mercenary life behind in order to survive as a group of raiders and looters. Such actions will undoubtedly draw the attentions of others, though, and the troubles that began for Conan in the previous "Free Companions" arc are far from over!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Feb. 17


Written and art by Torajiro Kishi and Madhouse Studios.

Manga artist Torajiro Kishi (Maka-Maka) and blockbuster anime studio Madhouse (Trigun, Paprika, Ninja Scroll) love comics. So much so that they've decided to publish an original, Western-style comic exclusively with Dark Horse! Enter Devil, a thrilling, sci-fi take on the vampire genre.

A virus is raging across the planet, turning people into bloodsucking superhumans referred to as "Devils." Most victims die within days, sometimes months, but there's a new strain, a new class of Devil that threatens to overtake mankind with power and bloodthirst. This new class of Devils derive from an experiment to clone a virus victim, and it looks like science has created a true monster this time. Can Takimoto and the Devil Investigation Section of the Tokyo police force stop this societal scourge? We'll just have to see.

24 pages, $2.99, in stores on Feb. 3.


Following the success of Dark Horse's collaboration with Toy2R on the first series of the 2" Domo Qee, Dark Horse presents an all new assortment of colorful designs. You like raindrops, candy canes, or even glowing radioactivity? This new series of figures has all that and more!

This freshly hatched offering features fifteen all new limited-edition versions consisting of five new-flocked color Domo Qees as well as ten other fabulous designs, including the ultra rare Mystery figure.

Which one will you get? Well, you won't know until the box is opened!

As a supplement to Domo Qee Series 2 figures, Dark Horse has also created 5 limited edition Domo Qee designs that are will be available individually on blister card. With the exception of the Flocked Classic Brown Domo Qee, these exciting new designs are not available in the Series 2 Display Case.

Domo 2" Mystery Qee Figures Series 2 Display Case, 15 figures, $134.85, in stores on March 24.

Domo 2" Qee Series 2 Figures: Domo Qee Flocked Classic Brown; Domo Qee Skeleton; Domo Qee Flocked Pink; Domo Qee Metallic Orange; and Domo Qee Rusty, $8.99, in stores on March 24.


Written and art by various.

Join Frank Frazetta, Steve Ditko, John Severin, Gene Colan, Angelo Torres, and other legendary artists for an eerie excursion through the haunted halls of comics history, as Dark Horse Comics unleashes the fourth big volume of Eerie magazine archives. Vampires, ghouls, werewolves, and ax-wielding maniacs are only the beginning of the thrills you'll find inside this huge collection crafted by the most gifted storytellers the medium of comics has ever known. You'll get 260 pages of luridly luscious artwork collected into a magazine-sized, dust-jacketed hardcover.

260 pages, black and white, $49.99, in stores on April 14.


Over the years, Dark Horse has been committed to incorporating art into our everyday lives through prints, T-shirts, mugs, and a variety of other items that help make this world more colorful. Now Dark Horse is proud to collaborate with GelaSkins to bring over twenty new designs to their line of protective skins for laptops and phones.

Our next wave of designs characters from Tim Burton and Weta Collectibles' Dr. Grordbort, the new line of GelaSkins is the perfect way to protect your technology while showing off your signature style.

13" Laptop, $29.95, in stores on Feb. 24; 15" Laptop, $29.95, in stores on Feb. 24; iPhone, $14.95, in stores on Feb. 24.


Written by Mark Evanier, art by Sergio Aragones, colored by Tom Luth.

The kingdom of Horder is about to be destroyed by the most horrendous and least stoppable force in the world . . . and, amazingly, it isn't Groo! But he's around and making his presence known, which means that he's making things worse. If you didn't buy the first three issues, buy this one, see how it ends, and then go back and find the first three so you have a clue as to what any of it means.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Feb. 24.


Written and art by Kohta Hirano.

One of the best things about Kohta Hirano's sexy apocalypse of warring vampires, Nazis, Catholics, werewolves, and Australian mercenaries is that all the way up to, and possibly through, this final volume, we don't know who's going to win. The streets of London are awash in blood, a zeppelin descends á la Hindenburg, and six of our favorite characters are locked in face-off fights. It's possible that no one will come away from this crescendo "alive." Of course, we're not sure who's alive or undead at this point. But what's most certain is that London needs babies, because there isn't a civilian soul left alive in this battle to the undeath. Alas, Hellsing, we knew you well.

192 pages, black and white, $13.99, in stores on April 28.


Written by Mac Walters and John Jackson Miller, art by Omar Francia, colored by Micahel Atiyeh, cover by Daryl Mandryk.

Mass Effect 2 lead writer Mac Walters unravels more of the mystery behind BioWare's latest science-fiction epic! Liara T'Soni searches Omega‹the most dangerous space station in the galaxy‹for clues that could save Commander Shepard, humanity's greatest hero!

A compelling adventure for any fan of smart science fiction, Mass Effect: Redemption exclusively tells a pivotal chapter in the story of Mass Effect 2, the feverishly anticipated sequel to the game that has sold over two million copies!

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on Feb. 3.


Written and art by Kosuke Fujishima.

Ever since a cosmic phone call led five literal young goddesses‹Belldandy, Urd, Skuld, and, like occasional vowels, Peorth and Lind‹to live in college student Keiichi's residence, his personal life has been turned upside down, sideways, and sometimes even into strange dimensions!

Keiichi knew something was strange when his brutish seniors gave him a "gift" of a vintage camera to repair, but only learns how strange when he and Belldandy search out the identity of the beautiful girl whose picture they still find inside . . . a picture taken more than forty years ago! Plus your fan art and letters!

160 pages, black and white, $10.99, in stores on April 28.


Written by Michael Avon Oeming and Taki Soma, art by Oeming.

After warring for a century, Earth's greatest champions and villains suddenly disappear, leaving the planet decimated. Like a rapture, the Powers are gone and humanity is left behind to pick up the pieces. Amongst this wreckage, two lovers, Evelyn and Gil, find themselves separated by a continent and will do anything to find each other again. But when a strange being named "the Word" turns Evelyn into a champion with an angelic spear, she finds the force of her love for Gil clashing with her newfound power. Love and destiny collide in what will become the worst breakup ever!

144 pages, $19.99, in stores on April 21.


Written by Chris Claremont, Michael Fleisher, Bruce Jones and John Buscema, inked by Ernie Chan, Alfredo Alcala and others.

In The Savage Sword of Conan Volume 7, Conan faces brigands; magicians; gigantic mutated creatures; nameless, hideous demons; and a tenacious new foe‹the disfigured, metal-clad Captain Sharaq. Some of Conan's most unusual and exciting adventures are reprinted here, including "The Colossus of Shem," "Demons of the Firelight‹Parts One and Two," "The Cave Dwellers," and others. These vicious tales are scripted by Michael Fleisher, Chris Claremont, and Bruce Jones, and drawn by some of The Savage Sword's finest artistic contributors, like John Buscema, Ernie Chan, Alfredo Alcala, Val Mayerik, and Joe Chiodo!

This volume, which collects The Savage Sword of Conan #72 to #84, also includes Conan covers, frontispieces, and pinups from each issue!

560 pages, black and white, $17.99, in stores on April 28.

SOLOMON KANE: DEATH'S BLACK RIDERS #2 Scott Allie (W), Mario Guevara (P), Juan Ferreyra (C), and Darick Robertson (Cover)

Travelers beware! The roads of Germany's Black Forest are haunted by all manner of wolf, bandit, and demon! After a harrowing battle with the disgusting and deadly Black Rider creatures, even confident, stalwart combatants like Solomon Kane and the mysterious L'Armon know enough to seek safety during the sinister hours of the night. The shelter they've stumbled upon looks foreboding, but its heavy doors will keep those that lurk in the forest at bay. However, will the wickedness within this strange tavern prove to be deadlier than the evil beasts roaming outside? Solomon Kane and L'Armon will soon find out. They're staying at the ominously named Cleft Skull -- a place, it is said, that few come to visit twice! Scott Allie (Star Wars: Empire, Exurbia) adapts Robert E. Howard's classic "Rattle of Bones" tale, as Mario Guevara (The Lone Ranger and Tonto) and Juan Ferreyra (Rex Mundi, Small Gods) join him in another excursion into horror, suspense, and adventure.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on Feb. 10.


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

Three months after the events in Revenge of the Sith . . .

In a time when all Jedi are fugitives, surviving Jedi Dass Jennir is trying to live as an outlaw without actually becoming one. Accepting a job from a mysterious beauty, Jennir sets out to rid her town of a gang of slave runners. But when he finds that his employer hasn't been completely honest with him, he begins to doubt the course she's set him on. Outlaw or not, there's one thing he knows for certain: he has vowed to save this town‹and a Jedi never gives up!

Meanwhile, Darth Vader makes a discovery that has him questioning his own future and the plans of Emperor Palpatine. There are many questions and few answers in these dark times!

Collects Star Wars: Dark Times #13­#17.

136 pages, $17.99, in stores on April 7.


Written by John Jackson Miller, penciled by Brian Ching, colored by Michael Atiyeh, cover by Benjamin Carre.

"Demon," part 4 of 4.

The saga of Zayne Carrick, the Padawan-turned-undercover-and-unexpected-hero, ends in this last issue of the series that has been a part of the Dark Horse Star Wars line since 2006!

Zayne and the Mandalorian Rohlan rush to aid their friend Jarael against the demented scientist Demagol and the vicious slaver Chantique. If they can arrive in time, there is a chance that everything will turn out in their favor -- but with Zayne's ever-awkward connection to the Force, nothing is certain . . .

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Feb. 17.


Written by John Ostrander, penciled by Jan Duursema, inked by Dan Parsons, colored by Brad Anderson, cover by Chris Scalf.

"Monster," part 3 of 4. Wayland is a world overrun with Yuuzhan Vong flora and fauna‹almost all of it hostile to humans. Cade and his friends have been separated, Deliah Blue has been captured, and they're about to meet the source of all of the Vongspawn! Elsewhere, the Jedi, Roan Fel's Imperials, and the Sith are preparing to converge on Agamar‹revealing some unexpected alliances . . .

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on Feb. 24.


Written by Rob Chestney, art by Alex Sanchez, colored by Michael Atiyeh.

An exclusive first look at the era of Star Wars: The Old Republic, written by one of the writers behind LucasArts and BioWare's wildly anticipated massive multiplayer online game, Threat of Peace unveils a galaxy on the brink of destruction three hundred years after the events of Knights of the Old Republic!

For decades, the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire have been at war‹the Sith have gained control of the Outer Rim, but their efforts to penetrate the Core Worlds have so far been thwarted. Now, representatives from both sides attempt to negotiate a peace treaty‹but deception by the Sith puts the Jedi in an unfortunate position.

Collects Star Wars: The Old Republic issues #1­#27, which appeared previously only online at

96 pages, $15.99, in stores on April 28.


Written by Thomas Andrews, Mike Kennedy, Ron Marz and John Ostrander, art by Ian Gibson, Cam Kennedy, Francisco Ruiz Velasco and others.

Boba Fett, the most feared, most respected, and most loved bounty hunter in the galaxy, now has all of his comics stories collected into one massive volume!

In these stories, Boba Fett gets caught between the Rebellion and the Empire; seeks a mysterious relic from a wrecked Star Destroyer; settles a diplomatic dispute -- with extreme prejudice; takes part in a bounty-hunter free-for-all; fights Darth Vader; and even goes up against a Boba Fett impostor! There's no job too deadly for the man in Mandalorian armor!

496 pages, $24.99, in stores on April 14.


Written and art by Bryan Talbot.

Helen Potter lived a happy life until she got lost in a nightmare of sexual abuse. Now she's on a journey, a journey which takes her through urban and rural England along the same path that another Potter, Beatrix Potter, once took. Across the decades, two lives touch, and Helen discovers that the strength of two is far greater than one.

Bryan Talbot constructs a very special story in The Tale of One Bad Rat, which immediately endears the reader. The victim of childhood sexual abuse, Helen Potter becomes the armored knight before her own personal demons in this story of heroism and courage.

This new deluxe hardcover edition features a new foreword by Neil Gaiman, updated background material, plus entirely new color separations that better highlight the dazzling artwork of this acclaimed, Eisner Award winning graphic novel.

136 pages, $19.99, in stores on April 28.


Written and art by Stan Sakai.

"Nukekubi." The rabbit ronin faces a terrifying creature from Japanese mythology in this creepy, self-contained story! Nukekubi are supernatural monsters that take the form of normal humans during the day, but at night can detach their heads to attack their unsuspecting prey. Invited to take refuge in an isolated mountain hut, Usagi doesn't notice anything suspicious about the house until he is awakened late at night by strange noises and a feeling of danger. Immediately, he sees the screaming head of his host‹with sharpened cannibal teeth‹flying down from the rafters! A self-contained tale of supernatural horror!

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


Written by Hideyuki Kikuchi, art by Yoshitaka Amano.

An international sensation for more than two decades, the now-legendary monster killer known only as "D" has conquered the worlds of movies and comics, and, since the publication of the first novel in English in 2004, is becoming just as popular in America and the English-speaking world as he has been in Japan for more than a dozen novels. Now, for the first time, go behind the scenes of the phenomenon. With rare artwork from Yoshitaka Amano and interviews that shed light on the inspirations for the memorable stories, you'll have a front-row seat at the creation of the two animated adventures of Vampire Hunter D and learn new secrets about the novels through detailed summaries.

240 pages, black and white, $13.99, in stores on April 21.


Written by Mike Mignola, art by Ben Stenbeck, colored by Dave Stewart.

Mignola teams up with artist Stenbeck for a look into one of the Hellboy universe's greatest enigmas: nineteenth-century occult investigator Edward Grey!

In one of Grey's first cases as an agent of the queen, he goes from the sparkling echelons of Victorian London to its dark underbelly, facing occult conspiracies, a rampaging monster, and the city's most infamous secret society: The Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra.

Collects Witchfinder: In the Service of Angels #1-#5. This volume also includes "Witchfinder: Murderous Intent," from MySpace Dark Horse Presents #16, by Mignola and Stenbeck, and "Henry Hood: The Burial of Katharine Baker," from Hellboy: The Wild Hunt, by Solomon Kane writer Scott Allie and Abe Sapien: The Haunted Boy artist Patric Reynolds!

160 pages, $17.99, in stores on April 28.


Written and art by David Malki.

It's Wondermark time again! Come along for the ride as Dark Horse returns to David Malki's silly, bizarre, and hilarious world that's not quite present day, not quite the Victorian era, and not like anything else you've seen before. (Unless you've read the previous Wondermark books, of course!) This newest volume of the Eisner-nominated series contains over one hundred comic strips originally published in The Onion and on, plus many pages of additional material by creator David Malki. More than just webcomic collections, the Wondermark books have been praised for their magnificent design and loads of extra content for casual readers and superfans alike.

96 pages, $16.99, in stores on April 7.

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