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Written and art by Ricardo Delgado, cover by Jim Campbell.

Things seem like they're looking up for the herd of prehistoric herbivores forced from their home by plummeting winter temperatures. Their migration has taken them through barren lands and across the paths of deadly predators, but now, in the wake of last issue's vicious raptor attack, they've found what might be a promising new home -- an old- growth forest with plenty of food and shelter for all. But a hungry tyrannosaurus rex still stalks the herd, and the journey's not over yet!

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


Written by Roy Thomas, art by Barry Windsor-Smith.

Nearly forty years have passed since Barry Windsor-Smith began his historical run on Conan the Barbarian‹never had anyone conveyed Conan's gigantic melancholies and great mirth in a more masterful way. Barry Windsor-Smith became the standard by which all other Conan comic-book artists have since been measured. In order to commemorate Barry Windsor-Smith's lasting legacy and honor one of the most influential Conan artists of all time, Dark Horse presents The Barry Windsor-Smith Conan Archives Volume 2. This, the second of two handsome hardcovers, collects the final half of Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith's collaboration on Conan the Barbarian and includes such classic tales as "Red Nails" and "The Frost-Giant's Daughter"! Featuring the updated colors from Dark Horse's Chronicles line!

This volume reprints the second half of Barry Windsor-Smith's run on Conan the Barbarian and includes his adaptation of Robert E. Howard's "Red Nails"!

288 pages, $49.99, in stores on May 19.


Never get tired of looking at Bettie Page! Those sexy, sultry, perky, pleasing poses are always breathtaking to behold. In honor of Bettie¹s everlasting appeal, we¹ve taken multiple images and applied them to three new products: a journal, a sticky note book (with two different covers to choose from!), and a flirty floaty pen, where Bettie reveals all!

Bettie Page Horizon Journal, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" spiral bound journal, 128 pages, $9.99, in stores on May 5.

Bettie Page Sticky Note Book pink, 6" x 8", 3 sizes of sticky notes, 8 different designs, $8.99, in stores on May 5.

Bettie Page Sticky Note Book orange, 6" x 8", 3 sizes of sticky notes, 8 different designs, $8.99, in stores on May 5.

Bettie Page Floaty Pen, $12.99, in stores on May 5.


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

While scouring the Tibetan caverns to obliterate the monstrous frog colony, Liz and Abe face the King of Fear‹who's found a powerful new ally in his quest to destroy the surface world! The B.P.R.D. take on frogs, subterraneans, and giant squid-bots!

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


Written by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi, art by Guy Davis, Karl Moline and Peter Snejbjerg, cover by Mignola.

The Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense's ongoing war against the frog monsters explodes in five short stories set before Roger's death in B.P.R.D.: The Black Flame.

Collects B.P.R.D.: War on Frogs #1­#4, "Revival" from MySpace Dark Horse Presents #8­#9, and an original eight-page story by Guy Davis.

144 pages, $17.99, in stores on May 19.


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

"Twilight," part 2 of 4. The Slayer army has suffered heavy losses throughout Season Eight and faced all kinds of threats new and old, but the one mystery connecting it all has been the identity of the Big Bad: Twilight. In this issue, Buffy finally confronts Twilight one on one, setting the stage for Twilight's unmasking in Buffy #34!

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


Written and art by Clamp.

In a world where people rely on computers to escape loneliness, the logical conclusion is the persocom‹attractive robot companions that are becoming everyone's boyfriend and girlfriend. Chi is a persocom, but she is also one of the legendary "Chobits," experimental persocoms built to acquire full awareness and emotion.

As Hideki and his friends search for the abducted Chi, others are watching them‹others who know who built Chi, and why . . . and what went terribly wrong. It is already known that the affectionate persocom can in fact be quite dangerous . . . but the real danger is what the soul of this new machine means for the future of the human heart. Because it was never the computers who were weak, it was the people who made them . . . and if Hideki wants to truly save Chi, he needs the courage to truly love her! The conclusion of the best-selling Chobits saga!

720 pages, black and white, $24.99, in stores on May 26.


Written by Timothy Truman, penciled by Tomas Giorello, colored by Jose Villarrubia, cover by Cary Nord.

In part two of "Kozaki," both Sergius the pirate and the sadistic Shah Amurath decide to confront Conan's group of bandits, who are encroaching upon their territories and threatening the outlying granaries, farms, and villages of the proud country of Turan. King Yildiz quickly orders the Shah to annihilate all Kozaki riders, and Sergius arranges a parley with our favorite Cimmerian. In a tense meeting, Sergius explains how commerce works around the Vilayet Sea and offers that their two imposing forces work together against the Shah. With those in Conan's hungry crew growing wild and impatient, Conan's not even sure how long he can keep his own men together‹but he'll slit the throat of any who try to defect!

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


Written by Mike Mignola, penciled by Cary Nord, colored by Dave Stewart, cover by Frank Frazetta.

The fourth installment in Conan: The Frazetta Cover Series features Frank Frazetta's stunning painting, "The Destroyer," and includes an adaptation of "The Hall of the Dead"‹an unfinished tale left by Robert E. Howard and fleshed out by Mignola, Nord and Stewart.

Pursued by a small army, Conan heads for shelter in the ancient ruins of a forgotten city, lured by a flimsy rumor of treasure. Instead, he finds the fallen idols of twisted gods and a lot of croaking creatures. Luckily, frogs are no match for an armed Cimmerian . . . right? Conan soon finds himself battling a slithering monstrosity and an onslaught of undead warriors! Retainers to a lord long forgotten awaken to protect a treasure so sizable even the dead can't bear to see it stolen. Can a cunning Cimmerian and a foe-turned-ally withstand the power of such dark sorceries long enough to escape with some loot and their lives?

48 pages, $5.99, in stores on March 10.


Written by Timothy Truman, art by Tomas Giorello, colored by Jose Villarrubia.

Conan, once a wandering thief, tries his luck as a professional warrior, joining Amalric's mercenary forces to live as a rank-and-file soldier. However, something much more than luck will lead Conan on a collision course with the strongest, strangest army he's ever faced! Princess Yasmela‹the city of Khoraja's remaining sovereign‹has been haunted by terrifying apparitions of the wizard Natohk, and when Natohk threatens to bring his demonic hordes to Khoraja, Yasmela prays to the god Mitra for help. Mitra actually responds and tells her to place the fate of her entire kingdom into the hands of the first man she meets out in the city streets‹and that man is a drunk, hesitant barbarian! Conan may turn out to be Khoraja's best hope for survival, but his distrust of the soft upper classes and their disdain for his common station may derail any possibility of working together to halt Natohk's bid for world domination. Timothy Truman adapts Robert E. Howard's powerful "Black Colossus" short story and sets Conan off on what will be his bloodiest battle yet, when the mercenaries of Amalric clash with the massive powers of Natohk!

Collects Conan the Cimmerian #8-#13.

152 pages, $24.99, in stores on May 5.


Written and art by various.

Uncle Creepy is back with the third thick and icky issue of Creepy! This issue Doug Moench and Angelo Torres team up to tell a tale of demonic devotion and organized crime, Joe Harris and Jason Shawn Alexander wrap their warped three-parter, "The Curse," and a weird revisionist look back at the fall of the Nazi empire reveals a shocking truth‹evil never dies! Plus an all-new Loathsome Lore, a bonus Creepy classic story, and more!

48 pages, black and white, $4.99, in stores on Feb. 24.


Written and art by Torajiro Kishi and Madhouse Studios.

Could there ever be such thing as a vampire virus? Sounds like the stuff of sci-fi and horror all wrapped up in one, and that's what makes Devil such an interesting story. Answers unfold about the government program that created this nasty disease of superhuman power and hunger for blood in the second frantic issue. Who is this Mariko creature? Is she a victim, or is she proud of her new, superevolved existence? And can the government really contain the beautiful monster they've created?

24 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 17.


Written by Paul S. Newman, art by Jesse Marsh.

In 1947, Jesse Marsh‹an artist who would inspire generations of comics creators and earn the esteem of professional peers such as industry legends Russ Manning and Alex Toth -- won over millions of readers with his four-color vision of Edgar Rice Burroughs' beloved character Tarzan. To the delight of his readers, Marsh would continue to draw Tarzan comics for the following nineteen years. But his passion for Burroughs' creations wasn't limited to the legendary writer's jungle lord, and in the early 1950s he teamed up with prolific comics writer Paul S. Newman to breathe life into another of Burroughs' beloved heroes: the courageous adventurer John Carter of Mars!

120 pages, $29.99, in stores on May 26.


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 some fresh, new designs to their line of protective and decorative skins for laptops and phones.

This month we feature Frank Miller's glorious art taken directly from the pages of two of his most revered works, Sin City and 300, these all new iPhone and laptop Gelaskins are the perfect way to protect your technology while showing off your signature style.

Sin City: Having A Ball 13" and 15" laptop, $29.95, in stores on March 24.

Sin City: The List 13" and 15" laptop, $29.95, in stores on March 24.

Sin City: Worth Dying For iPhone, $14.95, in stores on March 24.

Sin City: Nancy iPhone, $14.95, in stores on March 24.

300: Moon 13" and 15" laptop, $29.95, in stores on March 24.

300: Spartans 13" and 15" laptop, $29.95, in stores on March 24.

300: Moon iPhone, $14.95, in stores on March 24.

300: Spartans iPhone, $14.95, in stores on March 24.


Written and art by Hiroya Oku.

The blue phase is here! Gantz creator Oku Hiroya seems to have based his popular Gantz series on a season-based cycle, and now that we're entering the second set of ten books, we're all blue here at Dark Horse as Hiroya boldly takes us into the increasingly scary world of Gantz. Kei's been dealing with a handsome schoolmate who seems obsessed with all things Gantz, and in volume 11, we'll find out how frightfully obsessed this guy is. It's a whole new world of Gantz's alien urban warfare, and things are certainly not settling into any kind of comfort.

224 pages, black and white, $12.99, in stores on May 26.


Written by John Stanley, art by Stanley and Irving Tripp.

John Stanley and Irving Tripp's long run on Little Lulu is a milestone in American comics, as hilarious to grownups as it is to their children. With Stanley's popularity at an all-time high, Dark Horse is proud to take you back to the beginning of this legendary run.

Collecting some of the earliest, out-of-print volumes of Dark Horse's acclaimed reprint series, this massive 664-page omnibus contains the first fourteen issues Little Lulu appeared in‹featuring Lulu Moppet and her friends in all sorts of clever schemes and silly situations.

664 pages, black and white, $24.99, in stores on May 5.


Written by Felicia Day, art by Jim Rugg, covers by Dan Jackson, Georges Jeanty and Cary Nord.

Internet phenomenon The Guild comes to comics, courtesy of series creator, writer, and star Felicia Day (Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog)!

Chronicling the hilarious on- and offline lives of a group of Internet role-playing gamers, the Knights of Good, The Guild has become a cult hit and is the winner of numerous awards from SXSW, YouTube, Yahoo, and the Streamys. Now Day brings the wit and heart of the show to this three-issue miniseries. In this origin tale of the Knights of Good, we learn about Cyd's life before joining the guild, how she became Codex, and how she began to meet the other players who would eventually become her teammates. This storyline fills in details never before revealed on the web show, making it a delightful new chapter for existing fans as well as a perfect jumping-on point for new fans!

24 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 24


Written and art by Kohta Hirano.

Here comes Casper the Friendly Ghost, starring in the first of the new Harvey Comics Treasury compendiums! Following on the heels of Dark Horse's fabulously successful five-volume Harvey Comics Classics comes this new series of books, each containing two hundred pages of stunning, full-color reprints from Harvey's golden years! Since the 1950s, the famous Harvey Comics family of cartoon stars has charmed and delighted children and grownups alike. And no wonder: Harvey employed some of the best writers and artists in the business, and their work has an enduring quality that has turned these timeless tales into true classics!

200 pages, $14.99, in stores on May 12.


Written by John Stanley, art by Stanley and Irving Tripp.

Lulu Moppet and the neighborhood kids are let loose on Main Street once again, in a compilation of never-before-reprinted stories!

Featuring several wintertime tales, this collection from funnybook pioneers John Stanley and Irving Tripp bursts at the seams with snowball fights, pranks involving snowdrifts and icy doorsteps, and other winter delights, like the hilarious story of the Bogey Snowman. As always, laughs abound in every panel for humor lovers of any age!

Collecting Marge's Little Lulu #112 through #117, The Bogey Snowman is the latest in Dark Horse's new series presenting Little Lulu in all its full-color glory‹a hysterical selection of goodies for any season!

200 pages, $14.99, in stores on May 26.


Written and art by Scott Meyer.

Comic and cartoonist Scott Meyer is back with yet another book of bad advice wrapped in good intentions. Learn such important skills as How to Talk to a New Parent, How to Engage in Prefight Smack Talk, How to Complain about Work, How to Properly Perform a High Five, and more!

A former stand-up comedian, Meyer channels his extensive and varied wit into four panels of side-splitting culture commentary every other day or so and posts them to his website, Our second collection of those Basic Instructions, Made with 90% Recycled Art, will likely spend some time on the copy machine before certain pages find themselves on cubicle walls worldwide.

120 pages, black and white, $10.99, in stores on May 12.


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

Liara T'Soni finds herself both pursuing Commander Shepard's abductors and on the run herself as Mass Effect: Redemption nears its explosive conclusion‹revealing secrets crucial to the story of Mass Effect 2 along the way!

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


The year 2010 marks the sixtieth anniversary of Charles Schulz's enduring creation Peanuts.

When the strip debuted in 1950, the look and style of the characters were different than today. All of the many licensed products have reflected today's look; few, if any, are in the original style.

As Dark Horse's contribution to the anniversary, we decided to bring the original look back with these twin-packs of small vinyl figures. Each set shows the characters as they were in the old days and what they are like now.

Dark Horse found poses taken straight from the strips, and these specific panels will be depicted on the packaging. All four are in a running pose, which makes them look well placed together as a set.

Each figure measures close to four inches in height and is on a grass-green base (not pictured). Sculpted by the talents at Yoe! Studio.

Each set, $24.99, in stores on April 21.


Written by John Arcudi, art by Javier Saltares, colored by Wes Dzioba.

The world's attention is focused painfully on a brutal third-world civil war, a merciless sectarian conflict sparing neither soldier nor civilian, grandmother nor child. But amidst the terror and carnage, where great nations and powerful interests jockey for position and advantage, another blood feud rages in the shadows, one no more humane but decidedly less human. Two warring tribes from the stars have chosen Earth's killing fields as their arena, with each clan sworn to eradicate the other . . . and all who stand between them. Each is the other's prey, each the other's Predator.

96 pages, $15.99, in stores on May 19.


Written by Scott Allie, penciled by Mario Guevara, colored by Juan Ferreyra, cover by Darick Robertson.

When you're trapped inside an inn that's been the scene of multiple murders and is now surrounded by a pack of evil, gruesome demons, the last thing you want to find out is that there's something equally gruesome trapped inside with you! Solomon Kane and a frightened priest may not live through the night! One will rely on his guts and guile, while the other will feel that consecrating the building with prayer will be enough to protect them. The Cleft Skull tavern seems to attract the deadliest sort of troubles Germany's Black Forest can offer‹and the dangers found within and without the Cleft Skull threaten to destroy our strange hero and his frightened, new companion!

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


Written by Tom Taylor, art by Colin Wilson, colored by Wes Dzioba, cover by Jo Chen.

Twenty-five years after the Battle of Yavin, Luke Skywalker and the galaxy are facing their first real threat since the Sith were defeated: an invasion of hostile warriors from another galaxy -- the Yuuzhan Vong!

The peaceful planet of Artorias is in the path of the alien armada. Finn Galfridian, his spunky sister Kaye, and their parents find themselves separated and fighting for their lives when the surprise invasion occurs. But their ordeal is just beginning . . .

Collects Star Wars: Invasion #1­#5 and #0.

144 pages, $18.99, in stores on May 13.


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

Cade Skywalker's vow, "No one dies for me," is put to the ultimate test. Cade, who has long been on the run from his family legacy, has reached a crossroads with heavy personal consequences no matter which way he chooses. Meanwhile, an opportunity for peace has turned into a three-way battle between Jedi, Sith, and the Imperial Knights!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on March 31.


Written by Morgan Spurlock and Jeremey Barlow, art by Lukas Ketner, Tony Millionaire and Ron Chan, cover by Ron English.

Do you dare find out what's happening behind the counters of your neighborhood fast-food joint? Then grab a bucket and dive into one of the creepiest graphic novels of the year! Supersized: Strange Tales from a Fast-Food Culture is an entertaining‹and at times gut-wrenching‹series of stories focusing on America's ubiquitous and potentially destructive fast-food culture. A perfect companion to Super Size Me, the graphic novel will bridge the gaps between humor, fact, and heart, while peering behind the scenes of the fast-food world.

88 pages, $12.99, in stores on May 5.


Written by Zack Whedon, art by Andy MacDonald, colored by Dan Jackson, cover by Massimo Carnevale.

The year is 2029. It's the year that John Connor, leader of the Resistance, sends Kyle Reese to 1984 to save Sarah Connor from a T-800 with a grudge.

But before all of that happened, Kyle Reese was just another man fighting to survive in a world overrun by a technology that had taken on a life of its own and annihilated civilization.

Who was Kyle before he met John Connor and was thrust through time to face off with a T-800 and fall for a waitress with a destiny? And who were his comrades in arms?

In this three-issue series, meet Kyle Reese and his closest allies as they take on T-600s, T-800s, and HKs, in a world where there is little in the way of food, water, or hope.

40 pages, $3.50, in stores on March 31.


Written and art by Stan Sakai.

The rabbit ronin joins a disgraced samurai on a tragic mission in this brand-new standalone tale! Since the kidnapping of Lord Masaki's son, clan retainer Inuyoshi has a tarnished reputation. The ransom was paid and the victim returned, but it was Inuyoshi's responsibility to protect Lord Masaki's son. Ordered to commit seppuku‹ritualized suicide‹to atone for his negligence, Inuyoshi has vowed to first recover the ransom, the Sword of Narukami. Usagi chooses to help Inuyoshi on his mission, but develops reservations, as success will mean death for Inuyoshi!

24 pages, black and white, $3.50, in stores on March 31.


This highly detailed 12" cuddly, plush figure of Usagi Yojimbo is sure to impress kids and kids-at-heart. We have worked closely with Stan Sakai to perfect the look and shape of this plush figure. This ronin rabbit is ready to snuggle!

12 inches tall, $24.99, in stores on May 5.

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