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Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, art by David Messina, covers by Gabriel Rodriguez, J.K. Snyder III.

It begins here! The first-ever IDW event, which affects the Transformers, G.I. Joe, Ghostbusters, and Star Trek universes! This dimensions-spanning storyline begins with a specially priced 40-page story. Something goes horribly awry in the Zombies vs Robots universe, threatening to tear many of IDW's biggest realities asunder!

40 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 19.


Written by David Tischman and Mariah Huehner, art by David Messina, cover by Messina.

The first True Blood series from IDW took the comic buying public by storm, fast becoming one of the most successful comics in our company's history. Now, in celebration of this acclaimed series we are proud to release a special Legacy Edition of the first issue, containing all four covers as well as the first script, giving a rare insight into the inner workings of a comic book from initial thought to publication.

48 pages, $4.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


Written by Joss Whedon and Brian Lynch, art cover by Franco Urru.

Starting this month through all of 2011, two different Hundred Penny Press editions that cost you, well, only 100 pennies! For your buck here, get the extra-length story that kicked off the Whedon-Lynch-Urru masterwork, Angel: After the Fall! Picking up where the TV series left off, this epic debut sees Angel—along with the City of Angels -- cast into Hell!

32 pages, $1, in stores on Jan. 7.


Written by Chris Ryall, art and cover by Ashley Wood.

Never before released as a single comic, and the perfect lead-in to this month's Infestation, to boot! This Zombies vs Robots prequel tale introduces the interdimensional gateway that's about to see a lot of zombie action. This special Hundred Penny Press edition throws 24 pages of Ryall/Wood zombie/robot mayhem your way for just a single dollar.

32 pages, $1, in stores on Jan. 7.


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

Angel quickly adapts to his new situation, only to discover that Wolfram & Hart and James are the least of his worries, as someone unexpected decides it's time to stop playing nice. Meanwhile, Connor and the gang are under attack at the new headquarters from yet another threat…

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


Written by Scott Tipton, Mariah Huehner, art by Elena Casagrande, cover by Jenny Frison. The Deeper Well -- something about the name fills everyone with dread, even Illyria. The last time she was there, she was entombed in essence only, a prisoner. Now she must face the new protector of the well and its minions and she won't stop until she gets the answers she's looking for...

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 12.


Written by John Byrne, Brian Lynch, art and cover by John Byrne.

Comics industry legend John Byrne dove headfirst into the Angel-verse, bringing his brand of no-nonsense, straight-at-the-gut brand of storytelling and visuals to the tales of this beloved, brooding hero. This collection includes the two-part Angel vs. Frankenstein, the four-part Blood and Trenches, as well as the four-page Lorne story Byrne illustrated in After the Fall: First Night.

160 pages, $24.99.


Written by Peter David, art and cover by J.K. Woodward.

Once upon a time, Jude, the son of the Fallen Angel, was the greatest power in Bete Noire, before being brought low. Now he serves the needs of others while angrily remembering his glory days. But that may be about to change with the arrival of the ageless individual for whom Bete Noire was originally named -- Enoch, son of Cain, has come to the city that Shapes the World, claiming that he's capable of restoring Jude to his former glory... but what will be the cost to Jude... to the Fallen Angel... and to the rest of the world?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


Written by Peter David, art and cpver by J.K. Woodward.

Picking up where Omnibus Vol. 1 left off, this second installment contains issues #22–33 of Fallen Angel, bringing the main series to an explosive and revealing conclusion. Find out the final secrets of Bete Noir and its many denizens as Peter David unwinds the final chapters of his compelling drama. Also includes the mini-series Fallen Angel: Reborn, guest-starring Illyria from Joss Whedon's Angel.

360 pages, $24.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


Written by Brian Lynch, art by Franco Urru, Nicola Zanni, cover by Urru.

Spike's reunion with Drusilla is nothing short of explosive, especially considering her new lover thinks Spike has something he needs. Meanwhile, Las Vegas continues to deal with even more weirdness as Wolfram & Hart tries to get around Team Spike. Bring on the pyrokinetic and the psychic fish to save the day!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


Written by Tony Lee, art by Andrew Currie, covers by Tommy Lee Edwards, photo.

The Eleventh Doctor era starts here! When the TARDIS becomes infected with holographic spam, the Doctor, Amy, and Rory are forced to land on an alien world, but it's been targeted for invasion by intergalactic mercenaries! Don't miss the first adventures of the new Doctor and his companions in the latest volume of this critically acclaimed series!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 12.


Written by Tony Lee, art and cover by Matthew Dow Smith.

He's had a great run, but this collection contains IDW's final 10th Doctor story! On a war-ravaged alien world, the Doctor fights to save a friend from the nefarious Advocate, while avoiding a planetwide civil war and a space-and-time misplaced paranormal investigators. Everything leads to this point -- but who will die? Includes ongoing issues #13–16, and the special Doctor Who Annual, which features stories from Davis & Yates, Lee & Smith, and Al Davison, too!

144 pages, $19.99, in stores on Jan. 12.


Written by Alex Irvine, art by Peter Bergting, covers by Andy Brase, Wayne Reynolds.

The post-apocalyptic Dungeons & Dragons setting gets its first ever comic! Beneath a crimson sun lie wastelands of majestic desolation and cities of cruel splendor where life hangs by a thread. Welcome to Athas! In Part 1 of "Ianto's Tomb," a runaway gladiator and part-time slave hunter cross swords, forever entwining their fates on this savage desert planet.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 12.


Written by John Rogers, art by Andrea Di Vito, covers by Tyler Walpole, Tim Seeley.

The Shadowplague continues! Fell's Five descends into the ruins of a lost dwarven stead, uncovering an ancient secret: dark experiments in magic that the dwarves would rather leave buried. Join us as John Rogers and Andrea Di Vito forge ahead with their thrilling adventures of swords and sorcery.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


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

Classified! Top secret! This is the G.I. JOE book that defines the future for both G.I. Joe and Cobra.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 26.

G.I. JOE #26

Written by Chuck Dixon, art and cover by Robert Atkins.

"M.A.S.S. Destruction" rolls on as Snake Eyes and Helix battle alone in Cobra's lair. The two deadliest Joes are stranded with no hope of rescue and are surrounded by hundreds of Cobra troops. This is the bullet-riddled and sword-flashing confrontation Joe fans can't miss!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 5.


Written by Larry Hama, art by Herb Trimpe, cover by Robert Atkins.

Presenting G.I. Joe's Special Missions, re-mastered, re-colored, and collected for the very first time! This third installment collects G.I. Joe: Special Missions #15–21. Larry Hama and Herb Trimpe deliver biting, detailed, and war-forged tales that were too big for the ARAH continuity. Contextual material and introduction by G.I. Joe expert Mark W. Bellomo.

172 pages, $19.99, in stores on Jan. 12.


Written by Larry Hama, art by S L Gallant, covers by Herb Trimpe, Rod Whigham.

The battle between Cobra and G.I. Joe heats up, as their former comrade, Dark Snake Eyes, is unleashed on G.I. Joe. With Storm Shadow on their side, though, the Joes may still be able to turn the tables on Cobra.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 19.


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

Final issue! Dr. Lester Horvath has transformed Michael Monk from a suicidal ex-soldier into the ultimate assassin. Now, the wolves are at the door and "the Mad Monk" has come to kill his one-time benefactor. It's time for Dr. Horvath to play his final card in a game where death is assured, but the revelation of a single number may change everything.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 12.


Written by Chuck Dixon, art by Alex Cal and Joe Benitez, cover by Tom Feister.

The beginnings of G.I. JOE continue to unfold in this latest collection including issues #16–19. The origin of master-of-disguise and mysterious enigma Zartan is revealed in his three-part tale, and Snake Eyes gets a tribute silent story! Writer Chuck Dixon and artists Alex Cal and Joe Benitez deliver more action and intrigue in this latest chapter of G.I. JOE.

104 pages, $17.99, in stores on Jan. 5.


Written by Shane McCarthy, art by Alex Milne, cover by Guido Guidi.

What was it that caused one of the Decepticon's most ruthless soldiers to turn his back on them? And what ancient secret lies hidden deep within an alien planet? All this and more as the origin of the newest Autobot, Drift, is finally revealed!

104 page, $17.99, in stores on Jan. 19.


Written by John Barber, art by Joe Suitor, cover by Brian Rood.

Jetfire makes his final judgment against humanity, as he comes face to face with Sector 7 founder Walter Simmons! Meanwhile, in Sector 7's Arctic Command, still housing the frozen frame of Megatron, someone has turned traitor... or is there a Decepticon in their midst? All the answers are here!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


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

The most dangerous Decepticon in the universe is back... but not in a way anyone expected. What has happened to Megatron in his years away, and what is his plan for his enemies? Costa and Figueroa reveal all, as the darkest chapter since All Hail Megatron continues!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 19.


Written by Mike Johnson, #1 art by EJ Su, #2 art by Atillo Martin and Alllan Jefferson, #3 art by David Daza, #4 art Joe St. Pierre.

Based on the all-new animated series! Join Cliffjumper and Arcee as they battle their way through Decepticon forces in a desperate adventure to learn the secrets of Space Bridge Technology! Starscream, the Decepticon enforcer stands in their way, not just from the mission, but to rejoin Optimus Prime and his Autobots as well! This is the prequel to the new TV Show!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 5, Jan. 12, Jan. 19 and Jan. 26.


Written by Simon Furman and Stuart Moore, art by E.J. Su, Guido Guidi, Emiliano Santalucia, Alex Milne, Marcelo Matere, Klaus Scherwinski, and Tyler Kirkham, cover by E.J. Su.

The re-presentation of IDW's Transformers Universe continues in volume 3! This volume includes the Transformers series Devastation, as well as Spotlights: Galvatron, Ramjet, Wheelie, Blaster, Arcee, and Grimlock as well as the first-ever crossover with Marvel, Avengers/Transformers!

330 pages, $49.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


Written by Joe Hill, art and cover by Gabriel Rodriguez.

When Squadron Strange accept a mission from a ghost, they find themselves on their most perilous raid ever... straight into the heart of a haunted mansion! Sgt. Rufus Whedon and Corporal Bode Locke have a terrifying lesson to learn: if you're dealing with a dead man, you better think fast and fight hard, if you don't want to wind up one yourself!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


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

Tom and Cat have escaped Thane and the Darklords, but escaped to where? The reality of being in an alternate reality settles in for Tom, as does the fact that he may never return home. As Tom and Cat try to make sense of this familiar yet foreign new world, they discover new friends, new versions of people they have already met, and new dangers. Not to mention the pursuing Darklords are close behind and are furious that their prey has eluded them thus far.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 19.


Written, art and cover by John Byrne.

Past, present and future continue to collide as the Next Men struggle to find a common thread—and each other. Plus, more on the startling discovery from the end of our first issue!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 19.


Written, art and cover by John Byrne.

The legendary John Byrne brings his talents to the world of Jurassic Park and the results have never been more terrifying! Sheriff Tobias suddenly has more on his plate than he can handle when he is confronted with numerous cattle mutilations and the disappearance of a local farmer. Tensions escalate as the Feds arrive on the scene and the mysterious predators make their presence known!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 12.


Written by Bob Schreck, art by Nate Van Dyke, cover by Frank Miller.

It's been 13 years since little Tim and Lex Murphy escaped from the island of Isla Sorna, and recent public opinion has reversed, with the world clamoring for authorities to re-open Jurassic Park! With the help of their controversial Granddad's inheritance and their own sharp wits, a secret deal is struck to open a new park! This time they'll get it right… right? Bob Schreck makes his writing debut on this all-new tale, under cover from fellow industry legends Frank Miller, Art Adams, Bernie Wrightson, Paul Pope and William Stout!

120 pages, $19.99, in stores on Jan. 19.


Written by Steve Niles, art and cover by Bernie Wrightson.

Back at his homebase, the good Doctor asks his butler/lab assistant robot, Llyod, to help him build an Ecto-Refractor Suit and get his latest invention, the Ecto-Fusion Coil, back up and running to summon back the ghost that attacked him last issue! But he soon finds out that the apparition is a scam and sends Lloyd on a mission which means the robot must venture outside of the headquarters… for the first time EVER!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 5.


Written by Steve Niles, art and cover by Kelley Jones.

Lola and Don Carpets are heading for divorce court, but right now they're driving along to a party -- their second-to-last public appearance as a couple. But before they can get there, they're in a horrible accident where they awaken in the operating theatre filled with mad scientists only to discover that they're the key ingredients of a sick, unholy experiment.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 12.


Written by Scott Tipton, David Tipton, art by Fabio Mantovani, cover by Michael Stribling.

It's all-out war on Ceti Alpha V! Reeling from last issue's devastating loss, Khan Noonien Singh rallies his troops for the ultimate battle for control of their world! The final missing piece of Khan's life between "Space Seed" and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is at last revealed!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


Written by Tom Waltz, art and cover by Menton3.

IDW concludes its latest journey into Konami's horror masterpiece! Jebediah "Hellrider" Foster's dark outlaw past has finally caught up to him, and he must face the horrifying realities of his old sins, as well as the burgeoning arcane powers of Silent Hill itself. The terror that follows may very well consume all he now holds dear.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


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

Trapped in the amber, Lyra and Sirian must fight for survival. Loki revels in his victory, as a sinister agent of the Damned leads Father Mattias on a dire mission. Meanwhile, a new presence threatens to turn the tune around one more time. Guest-starring Jon Donais and Shadows Fall!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


Written and art by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Bob Powell, Al Jaffee, Russ Heath, Milt Stein, Alex Toth, and more.

Before there were 3-D movies, there were 3-D comics! In the mid-fifties, comic-book great Joe Kubert hit upon the idea of doing comics in 3-D, which resulted in some of the best-selling comics of all time—print runs in the millions! Eisner Award-winner Craig Yoe collects the best of these stories and samples by artists like Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Bob Powell, Al Jaffee, Russ Heath, Milt Stein, Alex Toth, and many more. Carefully re-mastered and reproduced in large format so that every dynamic, eye-popping effect can be looked at in astonishment. The comics cover every genre: superhero, jungle adventures, horror comics, science fiction, funny animals, satire, western and romance! The fascinating behind the scenes introduction is by the mastermind behind 3-D comics himself, Mr. Joe Kubert! Rare art and ephemera as only Yoe Books does it. And, yes, of course, this book comes with special Free 3-D glasses! But Wait! There's more! This hardback book has a special lenticular 3-D cover that puts the amazing in Amazing 3-D Comics!

175 pages, $39.99, in stores on Jan. 19.


Written, art and cover by Chester Gould.

This volume introduces Mumbles -- one of Dick Tracy's greatest villains -- and sees Tracy form the Crime Stoppers Club, teaching young boys and girls crime detection techniques. The fascinating (and sometimes grotesque) parade of characters continues, including Coffyhead, Hypo, Bronko, Kiss Andtell, Acres O'Riley, Heels Beals, and Autumn Hews. Plus, everyone dreads seeing what the baby born to B.O. Plenty and Gravel Gertie will look like! Edited and designed by Eisner Award-winner Dean Mullaney, with introductions by Max Allan Collins and Jeff Kersten. Containing all daily and Sunday comic strips from March 17, 1947 through September 26, 1948.

264 pages, $39.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


Written by Enrique Abuli, art and cover by Jordi Bernet.

Abuli and Bernet's masterpiece, Torpedo, is the story of Luca Torelli's rise from the gutters to become the top killer-for-hire in 1930s New York City. The Torpedo, along with his constant companion, Rascal, wreaks swift and terrible underworld justice on all those unfortunate enough to cross their paths. Abuli's stories are full of cruel and morbidly dark humor, and Bernet's art style is perfect for showcasing New York as a both stylish and grim. Together they work seamlessly to create a classic and timeless series.

144 pages, black and white, $24.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


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

The exciting conclusion to this all-new adventure featuring James Patterson's magically powered characters from the hit novels of the same name! As our sibling heroes Whit and Wisty Allgood's plan to depose the "One Who Is The One" is about to come together, all hell breaks loose, putting everything they've worked for and the future of the free world in jeopardy! Was their faith in their "inside man" from the New Order unfounded?!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


Written by El Torres, art and cover by Gabriel Hernandez.

Some places are haunted by ghosts, while some people are haunted by loneliness. Legend has it that the souls of those who have committed suicide in the massive forest of Aokigahara are trapped between its increasingly hungry roots. Now that Alan's troubled girlfriend, Masami, has committed suicide there, she comes back as a vengeful spirit, hell-bent on ruining every friendship that he has in Tokyo. But to what end…?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Jan. 12.


Written, art and cover by Sean Murphy.

When three misfit friends from high school reunite after a string of bad luck in their personal lives, what is the first thing they do? Go off-roading, of course! Trent, the art school student's girlfriend has just broken up with him. Brad is a good guy, but his abusive father is making his life hell. Greg is full of money, but he's as aimless as he is rich. Each one thinks that challenging Mother Nature is somehow going to fix whatever issues they're dealing with. That is if they ever get their Jeep out of the increasingly bizarre swamp that they are trapped in.

144 pages, black and white, $17.99, in stores on Jan. 12.


Written by Gary Reed and Mike Raicht, art by Vince Locke, Dalibor Talajic, Federico Dallacchio and Sami Makkonen, cover by Makkonen.

A chance to get all of the recent Deadworld series together in one volume! Starting with the reboot of Deadworld in "Requiem for the World," which ran for six issues from Desperado and Image Comics, and continuing into Deadworld: Frozen Over, which moves the desperate battle for survival to a storm-laden New York City. Bringing fans up to date is the complete Deadworld: Slaughterhouse, previously available only in hardcover, which shows that zombies aren't the only menace in a world plagued by a supernatural holocaust.

264 pages, $19.99, in stores on Jan. 26.


Written by Peter S. Beagle, Peter Gillis, art and cover by Renae DeLiz.

Whimsical. Lyrical. Poignant. Adapted for the first time from the acclaimed and beloved novel by Peter S. Beagle, The Last Unicorn is a tale for any age about the wonders of magic, the power of love, and the tragedy of loss. The unicorn, alone in her enchanted wood, discovers that she may be the last of her kind. Reluctant at first, she sets out on a journey to find her fellow unicorns, even if it means facing the terrifying anger of the Red Bull and the malignant evil of the king who wields his power.

168 pages, $24.99, in stores on Jan. 12.


Written by Joe R. Lansdale, cover by Menton Matthews III.

Limited to remaining stock on hand – This "Monster Lit" mash-up novella from modern horror master Joe R. Lansdale, a highlight from the recent Classics Mutilated anthology, combines Lovecraft and Mark Twain in a way that can only be described as brilliant. Or, as Lansdale. A must!

84 pages, $15.99, in stores on Jan. 5.

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