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Written by John Rogers, art by Andrea Di Vito, cover by Tyler Walpole, Wayne Reynolds. Beginning a new era in Dungeons & Dragons history! The genre-defining roleplaying game gets its first ongoing series in more than 20 years! A tale of high adventure and deep secrets. Adric Fell leads a band of heroes in a world where civilization has been reduced to a few scattered points of light amid a rising tide of shadows.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Andy Schmidt, art and cover by Giacomo Bevilacqua. And now, for something different: IDW and Hasbro present an all-new take on the famed soldiers that includes high-explosive action in anime-influenced "future noir" style! Join DUKE and SCARLETT on this special two-part extra-length adventure as they take their team into a mysterious investigation that's about to turn their world upside down! What is this COBRA cult? And how can it have Japan under its control?

56 pages, black and white, $7.99.

G.I. JOE #24

Written by Chuck Dixon, art and cover by Robert Atkins. "M.A.S.S. Destruction" continues as Mainframe and Dial-Tone engage in long-range combat in the Hindu Kush using predator drones. They bring the fight to COBRA from ten thousand miles away and learn that, even in a virtual war, the heart can be a casualty. See StormShadow in action, and also, what will a captured COBRA Viper reveal to the Joes?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by David Lapham, art by Werther Dell'Edera, cover by Tom Feister.

David Lapham's "Sedition by Numbers" continues here! The Mad Monk begins his training with COLOSSUS WORLD SECURITY, INC., which is owned by COBRA, of course. Torture is the routine and Monk is singled out for extra attention. If the camp doesn't break him, then his first mission might have him wondering whose side he's on. There's no bottom to this rabbit hole.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Larry Hama, art by Agustin Padilla, covers by Padilla, Rod Whigham.

Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow switch sides. Baroness gets deprogrammed. Billy gets taken over completely by Dr. Venom. Blame it all on the Brainwave Scanner!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Costa, Christos N. Gage, art and cover by Antonio Fuso. At last we return to the story of Chuckles, who was last seen in the custody of none other than Cobra Commander!╩ But is he a prisoner... or an honored guest?╩ Can the man whose life was ruined by pretending to join Cobra have finally given in?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Costa, Christos N. Gage, art and cover by Antonio Fuso.

CHUCKLES is the only man alive to have successfully infiltrated COBRA... and he's M.I.A. Has he been killed? Defected? Gone rogue to fight a one-man war against the enemy? None of these alternatives are acceptable to GENERAL HAWK. He wants CHUCKLES back with G.I. JOE, so he's sending a new JOE to retrieve him. But what she finds may be worse than anyone could have imagined... Also, get a deeper look inside COBRA than ever before, as TOMAX, XAMOT, and Erika continue to feel the effects of the previous miniseries, and several COBRA operatives are introduced for the first time in an IDW book!

122 pages, $19.99.


Written by Max Brooks, art by Howard Chaykin, Antonio Fuso, cover by Bill Tortolini.

Tanks, planes, guns, and bombs are the tools of war, but in order to succeed you must win over the HEARTS AND MINDS. Max Brooks, writer of World War Z, brings his gut-wrenching storytelling approach to G.I. JOE. Partnered with critically-acclaimed artists Howard Chaykin and Antonio Fuso, Brooks cracks open ten G.I. JOE and COBRA characters, revealing their true hidden nature, their highest highs and lowest lows, and leaves you tensely gripping your chair and confronting your own fears. It's G.I. JOE like you've never experienced before.

132 pages, $24.99.


Written by Mike Costa, art by Nick Roche, covers by Don Figueroa, Roche.

RODIMUS might be impulsive, but he's not stupid. The last anyone saw of him, he was rocketing off Earth in disgrace and a stolen ship. In this issue we finally see where he went, what his plan was, and which long-absent DECEPTICONS he came up against. Mike Costa and fan-favorite artist Nick Roche deliver a stand-alone issue that sets up the entire second year of the hit ongoing series.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Simon Furman, Bob Budiansky, art by Don Figueroa, more, cover by Klaus Scherwinski.

When it comes to the DINOBOTS, GRIMLOCK is the boss. Maybe not the brightest 'bot from CYBERTRON, he could very well be the strongest, and most committed to whatever offensive he's been directed to complete. To his team, he is a stalwart leader, unknowing of fear. Now read more about GRIMLOCK in this collection of his greatest stories.

144 pages, $19.99.


Written by John Barber, art by Joe Suitor, cover by Brian Rood. Let us tell you a story of two bank robbers named Bonnie and Clyde--and their transforming death car! When young Margo Simmons helps her estranged father investigate mysterious rumors in Texas, she finds herself caught up in jailbreaks, Tommy-guns, and nonstop action as she tracks down the legendary outlaws and comes face to face with the most vicious Transformer ever made!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Simon Furman, art and cover by Carlos Magno.

The sequel to TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN starts here! What is The Initiative? More to the point, why doesn't the all-seeing SOUNDWAVE know anything about it? How did they come to reanimate/control RAVAGE? SOUNDWAVE must find the answers, and he'll destroy anything in his path to get them! The big screen adventures of the TRANSFORMERS continue.

148 pages, $19.99.


Written by George R.R. Martin, art by Stefano Martino, cover by Martino, Rebecca Wrigley.

What if you could open a doorway into another world? When a strange, feral young woman suddenly appears in the middle of the highway causing a massive explosion, Dr. Tom Mason doesn't quite know what to make of her, or the strange device on her arm.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by David Tischman, Mariah Huehner, art by David Messina, cover by Messina, Joe Corroney.

Sex with his hot teacher has disastrous results for the teenaged Jason, but it's Lafayette's coming-of-age story, and how it may have affected his psychologically fragile mother that gives the Imp Shaloop -- the spirit holding them hostage -- a rise. Will Bill get to his story before daylight, and why does Sookie think the trickster spirit may be hiding the biggest secret of all?╩The truth is black and white -- and red all over.╩

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Lynch, art and cover by Franco Urru. Spike takes in all Las Vegas has to offer -- the gambling, the women, and a hit new show called Cirque de No Slay.╩Yes, somebody's made a show about Spike's life, but they're rewriting history.╩Who's responsible?╩The answer to that isn't half as shocking as how Spike handles it. Get ready for the ultimate battle of Spike vs. Evil!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Scott Tipton, Mariah Huehner, art by Elena Casagrande, cover by Jenny Frison.

Re-born out of tragedy, older than time, Illyria has been one of the most mysterious and alien members of Team Angel since her resurrection. Infected with the memories of those who loved Fred, Illyria now struggles with the burden of her guilt. Seeking out help from Angel and Spike, Illyria begins a quest that will take her back into her past, and face the consequences of being made whole again in a world she does not belong in.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by David Tischman, Mariah Huehner, art by Elena Casagrande, cover by Jenny Frison.

"The Wolf, the Ram, and the Heart, part 1!" Now that all the weirdness has been explained, Angel and company are looking to get back to what they do best. Except an old enemy with the letters W and H comes back, Angel gets transported, and a whole new can of demony worms is opened. Literally.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Joe Hill, art and cover by Gabriel Rodriguez. 28 spell-binding and skin-crawling issues of Locke & Key -- crammed into one! Time flies╔ when you're fighting for your life! ╩

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Tom Waltz, art and cover by Menton3.

IDW's return to Konami's horror masterpiece continues! Jebediah "Hellrider" Foster has made his way to Silent Hill with his wife Esther. But he's learning his dark past has come with him, too, and there's no escaping the hellish shadows he's cast for all his violent life. By Tom Waltz (writer of Silent Hill: Sinner's Reward and the Silent Hill 8 videogame to be released in 2011), with artwork by Menton3 (Zombies Vs. Robots Aventure). Featuring a character from the new videogame!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Scott Tipton, David Tipton, art by Fabio Mantovani, cover by Michael Stribling. What was once a paradise begins to crumble between Khan's fingers. Following a planetary cataclysm, Khan must contend with the rapid deterioration of his formerly ripe and bountiful new home on Ceti Alpha V. In the face of dwindling resources and the beginnings of a revolt from within, Khan continues to hold out hope for rescue and the eventual salvation of his people. But for how long?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Scott Morse, art by Morse and Paul Pope, cover by Morse.

Ever had your heartstrings pulled just a bit too hard? Ever had the love of your life wrap you around their finger? ╩ver had to bend to the will of romance, only to fall flat? Then you know what's got the FOOLISH FLING all bent out of shape! An ordinary man that's turned to putty in the hands of love finds himself twisted in a knot... but can he bounce back? ╩This issue of Morse's acclaimed Strange Science Fantasy is a love-letter to comic book legend, Jack Cole, folks, so be prepared for a stretch. Plus, an all-new one-page tale by Paul Pope!

30 pages, $3.99.


Written by Harlan Ellison, art by Alan Robinson, cover by John K. Snyder III.

Devon returns to Cypress Corners with news of his stunning discovery! The population's survival depends on heeding his warning, but Elder Micah will not let the truth be heard. The Council judges Devon guilty of heresy -- and the sentence is death! With the fate of all humanity in his hands, Devon must find a way to escape his imprisonment and convince his love of the truth... before it's too late!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Peter S. Beagle, Peter Gillis, art by Renae De Liz, covers by De Liz, Frank Stockton.

The final chapter in the quest for the lost unicorns brings our friends heartache, a death, and the bittersweet power of love. The unicorn finally faces the terrible power of the Red Bull, and must choose between saving her kind, and rescuing the young man who loves her.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dara Naraghi, art and cover by Victor Santos.

The latest all-new adventure of James Patterson's characters from the hit novels of the same name continues! In "Operation Zero," set between the first novel and the new release, an effort to depose the One Who Is The One, Whit and Wisty risk it all by accepting the aide of their new-found friend from within the very ranks of the New Order's inner sanctum. But will their trust be rewarded or are they merely being set-up for another fall. It's an all-out war against their magical powers, as our sibling heroes cast their spells and lead the charge to set their world free!

30 pages, $3.99.


Written by James Patterson, Alexander Irvine, art by Christopher Mitten, Ron Randall, cover by Dave Dorman.

The Murder of King Tut adapts best-selling author James Patterson's New York Times bestselling novel in this exciting new series. As we visit the Egyptian landscapes back in the time of the Boy King (with art by Christopher Mitten), we also follow the trials and tribulations of his discoverer, Howard Carter, as he searches tomb after tomb looking for what most other archeologists are certain doesn't exist, the Tomb of Tutankhamen and the clues to his controversial and mysterious death (art by Ron Randall)!

132 pages, $24.99.


Written by Conor McCreery, Anthony Del Col, art by Andy Belanger, cover by Kagan McLeod. The play's the thing╔ it's Twelfth Night and the Prodigals celebrate their first victory over Richard. The festivities bring music, merriment and a magical carnival -- as well as a mysterious ringleader that sheds impossible insight into Hamlet's past, forcing the Prince to come face-to-face with a shameful secret that may turn Juliet and others against him forever.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Conor McCreery, Anthony Del Col, art and cover by Andy Belanger.

What Fables does for fairy tales, Kill Shakespeare does with the greatest writer of all time. This dark take on the Bard pits his greatest heroes (Hamlet, Juliet, Othello Falstaff) against his most menacing villains (Richard III, Lady Macbeth, Iago) in an epic adventure to find and kill a reclusive wizard named William Shakespeare.

148 pages, $19.99.


Written by Dara Naraghi, Keith Dallas, Jim Beard, Peter David, art by Salgood Sam, Josh Howard and more, cover by Nick Runge.

Join the Ghostbusters -- Egon, Ray, Peter, and Winston -- as they save the world from deadly haunts while still trying to take a break from the rat race. It's holiday season for the guys, and Christmas, Valentine's Day, Independence Day, and Halloween are a veritable feast of fun and fears, served up Ghostbusters-style in this all-new trade paperback collection.

104 pages, $17.99.


Written by Alan Robert, art and cover by Nelson.

Rocker Alan Robert of the legendary metal-crossover music group, Life of Agony, writes and illustrates this twisted horror/conspiracy series. Wire Hangers uses nightmarish visuals and graphic storytelling to depict a wave of abductions plaguing New York City. Pill-popping detectives, corrupt secret agents, and a mysterious, disfigured homeless man are all inter-connected in this horrific tale of revenge and redemption.

124 pages, $19.99.


Written by Matt Nixon, art by Chris Moreno, cover by Tim Bradstreet.

Cinematic psycho killers, Vincent & Ida Smith are cultivating their own special brand of cabbage patch "kids" from their pick of invited guests comprised of the snootiest snobs that ever lived! These visitors have no idea what's in store for them at the siblings' award-winning Napa Valley winery! Heads will roll, and we ain't talking lettuce! For immaturely mature readers.

30 pages, $3.99.


Written by Orson Scott Card, Aaron Johnston, art by Mark Robinson, cover by Humberto Ramos.

Having escaped the templars, Gleam, Agmo, and the dwarf Minderel exit the Deep Roads in a camp under siege by a group of bandits. As the village burns Gleam must use her magic to put out the fires, as her father, the templar named Duty, is close on her heels. Having escaped, her fate is sealed -- she must be killed. But can her father kill her as he did her mother?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Antony Johnston, art and cover by Christopher Shy.

The USG Ishimura, the most famous of the Planetcracker class starships, is flung from orbit around Aegis VII after the disastrous events of Dead Space. It is lost somewhere in deep space, and both the Government and a powerful religious sect called "Unitology" believe it may still hold the Red Marker, an alien artifact that promises great power for either side, and both will stop at nothing to reach it first! This all-new Dead Space graphic novel picks up where the fan-favorite game leaves off!

104 pages, $17.99.


Written by Llexi Leon, art by Gabriel Guzman, cover by Jason Metcalf.

The battle with Wayne Static has left the city in smoldering ruins... and Lyra Constance burning with a new determination: Find Loki and bring his reign of madness to an end once and for all. But in Loki's lair, nothing is ever as it seems. What looks like a way in could be a perilous trap lying in wait. Guest starring Atreyu's Dan Jacobs and Travis Miguel!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, art and cover by Kelley Jones.

The continued re-presentation of Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary Sherlock Holmes! Kelley Jones provides striking color chapter art for this third volume, collecting Doyle's luscious stories in chronological order.

200 pages, $16.99.


Written by Kurt Busiek, art and cover by Stuart Immonen. Sixty years in the future, Earth is protected by the Shockrockets -- an unbeatable squadron of hi-tech aircraft, built from a fusion of alien technology and the best Earth has to offer. Manned by the world's most elite pilots, the Shockrockets protect an unstable Earth as it rebuilds from a devastating invasion from space. Young, tech-mad Alejandro Cruz becomes the newest Shockrockets pilot by a freak of chance. Can he get up to speed before the Shockrockets' greatest foe takes over the world?

160 pages, $24.99.


Written, art and cover by Alex Raymond.

The third volume of Alex Raymond's modernist classic Rip Kirby contains nearly three years of strips, from September 24, 1951 through April 17. 1954, all drawn in Raymond's incredibly lush style. World's best photographer, the sexy Bijou Benson; a playboy sheik from Algiers; a revolution in the Middle East; the return of criminals Joe Seven, Fingers Moray, and the deadly Mangler; the deadly Lili Lavelle; all while Honey Dorian, of course, is not happy that Pagan Lee re-enters the picture. Edited and designed by Dean Mullaney, with a biographical and historical essay by Brian Walker.

320 pages, $49.99.


Written by Scott Thompson, Stephan Nilson, art and cover by Kyle Morton.

From the mind of Kids in the Hall's Scott Thompson comes a hilarious, fast-paced graphic novel based on his beloved character, Danny Husk. Danny Husk remains the unflappable everyman. Whether he's reading about his own kidnapping in the morning paper, or having his musk cause apocalyptic world peace, nothing gets him down or rattles his cage... until now! Danny finds himself in a new world where his average looks and demeanor make him an exotic, and highly-sought after individual. Danny must escape, with the help of an oddball cast of characters, and rescue his son before the Prince of Mu has them all executed!

120 pages, $19.99.


Written, art and cover by Jeffrey Jones.

Over the past 40 years, there have been few artists who have received as much acclaim and garnered as much attention as Jeffrey Jones. One of the most significant artists of the 20th Century is now one of the most significant artists of the 21st Century. From his early comic book work for Heavy Metal and National Lampoon, to his popular book covers for such authors as Dean Koontz and Andre Norton, to his move into fine art, Jones has inspired generations of painters and artists. This beautiful volume of his personal favorites will only enhance his reputation and cement his standing as one of America's greatest living artists. From the publishing house and designer of the Eisner Award winning Art of Brian Bolland and Eisner Award nominated The Art of P. Craig Russell.

256 pages, $49.99 (signed and numbered, $79.99).


Written and art by Jack Kent.

The peaceable little kingdom of Myopia rocks with laughter in the second collection of Jack Kent's King Aroo. Colorful visitors come and go while Professor Yorgle pontificates, faithful Yupyop frets, and Mr. Elephant forgets everything but his own name! Kindly King Aroo presides over all the outlandish slapstick and witty wordplay in over seven hundred daily and Sunday comic strips from 1953-1954, edited and designed by Eisner Award-winner Dean Mullaney. Bruce Canwell continues his groundbreaking biography of Jack Kent, featuring rare photos and never-before-seen artwork. This classic comic is a treat for readers of all ages.

260 pages, $39.99.


Written and art by Bil Keane.

The Family Circus Library Volume Three collects Bil Keane's classic comic strip for the years 1964 & 1965, both dailies and Sundays. Produced with the full cooperation of Bil Keane and family, this volume showcases the fine cartooning ability of the creator -- as well as displaying his obvious skill as a keen observer (pun intended), and one with the perfect cast to draw material from -- his own family!

260 pages, $39.99.


Written and art by Walt Kelly, John Stanley, Dan Noon, and more.

These wonderful Christmas comics from the Golden Age of Comics will warm the hearts of children of all ages. Top cartoonists like Walt "Pogo" Kelly, John "Little Lulu" Stanley, Dan Noonan, and many more penned the funny, heartwarming comics in this beautiful collection. You'll meet elves, reindeer, talking snowmen and funny animals -- and, of course, Santa Claus himself -- in terrific stories that will provide a sense of wonder for kids, Moms, Dads, Uncles, and Aunts.

176 pages, $34.99.


Written by Ellie Bethel, art and cover by Alexandra Colombo.

Santa is in trouble -- the elves are running out of materials to make toys! If something doesn't change fast there won't be any toys for kids this Christmas -- each kid will only get one grey sock instead (there aren't enough socks for a pair even!). Cue Michael Recycle, our super green hero, who flies in with a message for Santa: Reuse and Recycle!

Whilst Michael teaches the elves to make gifts out of everyday items (bouncing balls out of lots of elastic bands, Christmas decorations from tin cans, bracelets out of paperclips etc), Solar Lola is busy providing enough light and electricity for the hive of activity that ensues!

32 pages, $15.99.

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