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Written by Eric Trautmann, art by Wagner Reis, Fabiano Neves, covers by Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic, Ale Garza, Paul Renaud, Jason Pearson.

Vampirella's pursuit of Dracula has revealed a cult of vampires, worshippers of an ancient evil, one so vast and terrible that even the Lord of the Vampires respects -- and perhaps fears -- it. As the world stands between eternal chaos and an endless army of blood-drinking horrors, Vampirella, plagued with nightmare visions of her past and of possible future, may finally have met her match.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Garth Ennis, art by Adriano Batista , covers by Tim Bradstreet, Eric Basaldua, Ale Garza and Jonathan Lau.

Jennifer Blood is a suburban wife and mom by day, and a ruthless vigilante by night! Every day she makes breakfast, takes the kids to school, cleans the house, naps for an hour or two, makes dinner, puts the kids to bed, and kisses her husband goodnight. This suburban punisher is ready to be unleashed in a story that can only be told by the legendary Garth Ennis in this amazing 40 page first issue! First issue will include additional bonus material, sketches, and interview with Garth!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Garth Ennis, art by Russ Braun covers by Darick Robertson

Butcher takes Terror to Washington DC so that the pair can solve a little Monkey-shaped problem together, but a trip down memory lane with CIA director Susan Rayner leads to some surprising conclusions. And that's when Butcher realizes what's really been going on with Hughie...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Garth Ennis, art by P.J. Holden, Carlos Ezquerra and Russ Braun, cover by Gary Leach. All three acclaimed Ennis Battlefields books from Volume Two of the series in one massive hardcover collected edition! Includes:

Battlefields: Happy Valley is by Garth Ennis and PJ Holden.

England, January 1942: young Australian Ken Harding arrives at his first operational squadron, keen to play his part in the aerial attack on Germany as the commander of a bomber crew. Losses have been high and life expectancy is low, but Ken remains undaunted- until he meets his crew, a foulmouthed, battle-hardened bunch with no time for new boys who can't stand the pace. Together, they must take the war to the enemy over the most heavily-defended region of the Third Reich- the industrial heartland of the Ruhr, known to the men who face the flak and nightfighters as Happy Valley.

Battlefields: Firelfy & His Majesty is by Garth Ennis and Carlos Ezquerra.

The Tankies' Sergeant Stiles returns, recently promoted and angrier than ever! He's got a new crew and a new tank - a Sherman Firefly with a high-velocity gun capable of taking out even the fearsome German Tiger. Too bad the enemy have a new tank of their own - the mighty King Tiger, with twice the armor and firepower of the original. As Stiles and his men join the Allied advance into the Nazi homeland, they soon realize that every inch of ground will be bitterly contested by the foe... and that there are worse horrors than Tigers lurking in the gloom of the last German winter.

Battlefield: Motherland is by Garth Ennis and Russ Braun.

Lieutenant Anna Kharkova is posted to single-seat fighter aircraft and sent straight into action. Hardened and embittered by the loss of her comrades, Anna is only too keen to get her teeth into the enemy- but with Russian and German armies about to collide in the titanic battle of Kursk, her first flight with her new squadron may well be her last. And once the Soviet secret police start sniffing around, death in battle may well be preferable anyway. Soon horrific losses land Anna with the very last thing she wants: more responsibility, in the shape of eight young replacement pilots to be trained for combat. But with the Battle of Kursk reaching its climax, rookies are nothing but lambs to the slaughter- and even the most experienced pilots find themselves flying on borrowed time. The former Night Witch meets her destiny, as Motherland- and the second series of Battlefields- conclude with a bang.

This 200-plus page hardcover edition also features bonus materials such as sketches and commentary from Ennis along with a complete cover gallery by series cover artist Garry Leach!

200-plus pages, $29.99.


Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Lui Antonio, covers by Lucio Parrillo, Joe Jusko, Stephen Sadowski and Patrick Berkenkotter.

When John Carter arrived on Mars, a pack of bloodthirsty green Martians led by the fearsome Tars Tarkas was there to welcome him. Now, even as he gains both respect and power among the mighty Tharks, Carter's actions towards Deja Thoris have put him at odds with many of his captors ñ some of whom would be all too happy to be rid of the Earthman. Will Carter's heightened strength and agility be enough to protect the beautiful princess of Mars? Or will he find help come from an unlikely ally?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Matt Brady and Troy Brownfield, art by Carlos Rafael, covers by Rafael and Stephen Segovia.

What does Buck Rogers do on his birthday? How about trying to stay alive! When a signal from across the centuries leads Buck and Dr. Huer into a territory filled with vicious tribes and strange soldiers, it will take the best from both men to make it out in one piece. But when Buck discovers the origin of the signal and the shocking message within, will what he learns about his own past make him lose all hope or give him the strength he needs to survive?

40 pages, $4.99.


Written by Scott Beatty, art by Eduardo Ferigato, covers by Alex Ross, Stephen Sadowski and Fabiano Neves.

Following the conclusion of the harrowing "Ghost Walk," a new era begins for The Phantom! Injured and on the run from both sides of the law, Kit Walker makes plans for his future while reflecting on his brutal training to carry on the legacy of The Ghost Who Walks. Witness Kit's debut adventure as The Phantom-in-training in a tale uniting father and son as heroes for the first and last time!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Scott Beatty, art by Eduardo Ferigato covers by Alex Ross.

Redesigned with the utmost care by Alex Ross -- who also provides covers for the series -- the visuals of the Phantom pay homage to the old, while presenting the Ghost Who Walks for a whole new audience. And what better writer than Scott Beatty to enhance the vision, having created a fan-favorite and acclaimed take on another classic character in the Dynamite stable -- Buck Rogers! Featuring the Dynamite debut of Eduardo Ferigato! Collects the the first six-issue of the ongoing series, with a complete cover gallery.

144 pages, $19.99.


Written by Phil Hester, art by Jonathan Lau, covers by Alex Ross, Phil Hester and Jonathan Lau.

Green Hornet and Kato take their fight with the mysterious Santa Muerte cult to its home base, a secret, hidden church of crime. But while Green Hornet battles the gang members, Kato learns that Saint Death is no mere myth. Meanwhile, in Japan, the Elder Kato and Clutch strike back at the remains of the Juuma crime family before their plans for revenge can reach American shores, but is it too late? This issue a Kato will fall!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Matt Wagner, art by Aaron Campbell, covers by Matt Wagner and Francesco Francavilla.

The earliest days of the original Green Hornet and his faithful sidekick Kato continue! Follow the two as they move into the pages of history and form the ultimate crime-fighting duo!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brett Matthews, art by Ariel Padilla.

Luke's journey to becoming The Green Hornet continues. But to wear the mantle in the future, he must first understand its past. Hornets old and new meet for the first -- and last -- time...

32 pages, $3.99.

KATO #11

Written by Ande Parks, art by Diego Bernard, covers by Ale Garza and Carlos Rafael.

The first issue of the all-new, Kevin Smith vision of Kato to take place after the events of Smith's first smash Green Hornet arc. The complex relationship between the new Kato and the new Green Hornet grows as Kato battles new foes and finds a new friend. Unfortunately, Kato's new friend is none other than the treacherous empath, Ming, who has sworn revenge on Kato. As Kato squares off against new enemies, she better remember to watch her back!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jai Nitz, art by Colton Worley, covers by Worley and Francesco Francavilla.

Finale issue. Kato is undercover investigating business collusion for the Sentinel when a whodunit murder happens. Kato's undercover identity as a Siamese prince quickly erodes. What will the guests do when they find him out? Will they think he's the killer?

32 pages, $3.99.


Based on stories by Fran Striker, art by, Bert Whitman Associates, covers by Joe Rubinstein and Tony Avila.

The final issue to this classic series! Whether you are a recent or long-time Green Hornet fan, this series of classic Green Hornet reprints will be enjoyed by fans of all ages! Featuring stories written by Fran Striker, these 40 page issues are re-mastered for the first time!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Scott Beatty, art by Daniel LIndro, covers by Francesco Francavilla, Aaron Campbell and Daniel Lindro.

As a series of brutal and inscrutable murders grips London in fear, Dr. John Watson realizes that the one man capable of stopping the slayings may just be the young sleuth Sherlock Holmes! But Watson's suspicions of the daring detective -- perhaps as mysterious as the mysteries he solves--must wait for now as the unlikely partners race to catch the killer as "The Twelve Caesars" begins a new and untold tale from Sherlock Holmes' casebook!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jai Nitz, art by Wilson Tortosa covers by Alex Ross (main), Wilson Tortosa (1-in-10) Wayne Russell tests out his new powers and discovers that someone is watching him. When he tries to track them down, he falls into a trap set by the local gang he encountered last issue. They have a surprise in store for their superpowered nemesis. Meanwhile, halfway around the world, trouble brews in Afghanistan when a man with similar powers emerges.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Raicht, Leah Moore, John Reppion, art by Guiu Vilanova, covers by Lucio Parillo and Guiu Vilanova.

The Zombie onslaught continues! In this gore-ific issue we peek back in time and witness the terrible zombified end of Alfredo Bay. What deep, dark secret is Rachel hiding and will its repercussions lead to the end of our survivors? Meanwhile, the remnants of the United States government and military are working feverishly to take back their country, but how do you fight a country filled with undead corpses? The answers to these and other questions will surely horrify you!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Luke Lieberman, art by Carlos Rafael covers by Lucio Parillo

Defeat is eating away at the trickster god Loki. He hates being banished to the barbaric, backward lands of Hyboria. He hates the food, the wine, the women and he hates Red Sonja most of all for putting him in the position. He dreams of revenge, and putting this backwater land under his heel. Sometimes dreams come true.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Eric Trautmann, art by Walter Geovani, covers by Fabiano Neves and Walter Geovani.

Red Sonja's adventure in Khorshemish -- the opulant capital of Koth -- continues. Political and family intrigues have placed the She-Devil With A Sword between rival noble families, all intent on seizing the throne of Koth. On one side, the disgraced family of her slain enemy -- Cavvalus of Koth -= plots Sonja's destruction. On the other, Strabonus, Prince of the realm, and quite possibly insane. Amidst assassins, alchemists, and royal intrigue, Sonja discovers that not all wars are fought with swords.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Chris Bolson, covers by Fabiano Neves and Carlos Rafael.

Thulsa Doom rises from the hellish depths to smash Sonja's palace. Normally Sonja would be up to the challenge, but in her weakened state she'll be lucky just to escape with all her limbs attached. Either way, Doom owes a heavy debt to his god Set for his new-found power. Set didn't revive Thulsa out of charity; it needs the undead sorcerer to carry out a horrific rite that can only be performed once every thousand years. The results of this dark ritual? Only Set knows the full truth.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Robert Jordan, Chuck Dixon, art and cover by Andie Tong.

Following a nightmarish conversation, Rand discovers more about the connection between himself, Perrin, and Mat and, after Perrin begs out, is left on his own to explore the city of Baerlon. During the course of the day Rand meets Min, whose mysterious visions confuse and scare him, and runs across an unexpected face from the past that calls his trust in Moiraine into question.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Patricia Briggs, David Lawrence, art by Amelia Woo, cover by Tyler Walpole.

Her attempt to unravel the conspiracy threatening the security of the wolf pack has led coyote changeling Mercy Thompson down many dark and mysterious roads. But now Mercy's search for answers takes her to the most perilous place of all. In the heart of a coven of vampires Mercy finds she is all that stands between her friends and destruction...and discovers the vampire queen believes the coyote shapeshifter is the greatest danger of all!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Matz, art and cover by Colin Wilson.

Two cops. Two killers. A political scandal. One beautiful corpse. And a city gripped with fear. Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents Bullet to the Head -- a classic crime noir tale of violence and revenge from writer Matz (Killer) and artist Colin Wilson (Ed Brubaker's Point Blank)!

168 pages, $19.99.

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