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Written by Michael Alan Nelson, art by Ale Aragon, cover by Sean Phillips.

Some call her hero. Some call her villain. She knows herself only as a survivor. But now Selena has come face to face with someone who blames her for the destruction of the Manchester Mansion. Someone consumed with fury. And what he has in store for Selena is worse than anything The Infected could ever do to her.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Michael Alan Nelson, art by Declan Shalvey, Leonardo Manco, cover by Tim Bradstreet.

Selena, Derrick and Clint have set their sights on London. Selena has survived one war with The Infected but can she make it through a second time? They've got a machete that's hacked its share of infected and a gun with only nine bullets. Ammo, and time, is running out...

112 pages, $12.99.


Written by Philip K. Dick, art by Tony Parker, cover by Moritat

After Rick Deckard's life-changing decision, things turn upside down when the truth about Mercerism is revealed to the world! The final arc of the series.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Philip. K. Dick, art by Tony Parker, cover by Bill Sienkiewicz

Worldwide bestselling sci-fi writer Philip K. Dick's award-winning Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? has been called "a masterpiece ahead of its time, even today" and "arguably Mr. Dick's best." BOOM! Studios presents the complete novel transplanted to the comic book medium, mixing all-new panel-to-panel continuity with the actual text from the novel in an innovative, ground-breaking series.

140 pages, $24.99.


Written by Kurt Busiek, Daryl Gregory, art by Scott Godlewski, cover by Ron Salas

It's bloodsuckers vs. bloodsucker, as Kurt Busiek brings an incredibly modern spin to the Dracula mythos. The enemy of my enemy is... my ally? With Dracula's forces fully amassed, Evan and vampire hunter Marta must team-up to bring down the king of monsters before he brings our world under his dominion!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rockne S. O'Bannon and Keith R.A. DeCandido, art by Will Sliney, cover by Joe Corroney.

The War for the Uncharted Territories continues! Crichton and Aeryn have suffered intense losses. But there is no time to mourn. The Kkore continue their attacks and people are dying and suffering subjugation by the hands of these powerful strangers. Moya's crew must step up and be heroes. Hope lies only with them!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rockne S. O'Bannon and Keith R.A. DeCandido, art by Tommy Patterson, cover by Joe Corroney.

First time in trade paperback! Zhaan and D'Argo are alive! Crichton's not married to Aeryn anymore! What's going on? Crichton has found himself in an alternate timeline. His friends are alive, but his wife is still part of the Peacekeepers. Can he get back? Will he ever see Aeryn again?

128 pages, $12.99.


Written by Rockne S. O'Bannon and David Alan Mack, art by Gordon Purcell, cover by Chad Hardin.

With a face like a skull, the half-breed Scorpius takes his villainy to new heights! Crichton's worst adversary, fandom's favorite villain, and one of science fictions greatest antagonists finds himself deposed from his throne on Hyneria and making a bold new discovery that could put him back on top in the Uncharted Territories! In this volume, Scorpius rises up the ranks of the Kkore to get his revenge on the Scarrans. But is leading the Kkore too good to be true for science fiction's favorite villain. This is the next step for the world of Farscape.

128 pages, $12.99.


Written by Mark Waid, art by Marcio Takara, covers by Jose Holder and Garry Brown.

With one of society's most notorious enemies closing in on Max Damage's unlikely team of super-powered allies and the world distrustful of the reformed supervillain's claims of virtue, can Max remain Incorruptible? Or will he turn on those he's sworn to protect? The smash Irredeemable/Incorruptible crossover event continues.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Waid, art by Peter Krause, covers by Scott Clark and Damian Couciero.

The Paradigm fought, dreamed, and wished for a world without Plutonian -- and now they have it! But what Plutonian left in his absence is as horrifying as the Mad God himself. And far away, in the depths of space, Plutonian finds himself an unlikely captive in a terrifying extraterrestrial incarceration of torture and horror. How he'll gain freedom from captors even crazier than himself will send shock waves throughout the galaxy!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Cornell, art by Javier Pina, covers by Trevor Hairsine and Kalman Andrasofszky

New arc! In the aftermath of last issue's epic battle, Soldier Zero finds himself hated by the public, and Stewart finds himself more confused than ever -- while a new threat emerges!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Roberson, art by Khary Randolph, covers by Humberto Ramos and Gene Ha.

Holed up in the Griffith Observatory, Benjamin and Tara fight to survive the predatory aliens known as the Hive. It's non-stop superhero action as Benjamin continues to try and wrap his head around the fact that he is actual an alien prince!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Waid, art by Chad Hardin, covers by Francesco Mattina and Chad Hardin.

The Traveler has the power to warp and bend time to his will. But who is he? Where has he come from? And more importantly: what has finally caught up to him?!In this issue, The Traveler's past is finally revealed! With his true love's life on the line, The Traveler's race against time reaches a deadly, critical mass!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ian Brill, art by Leonel Castellani, covers by Leonel Castellani, James Silvani.

It's the return of your favorite furry flatfoots in an all-new original ongoing series! Trouble for the Rescue Rangers changes from big to absolutely HUGE when the team travels to the Arctic to saddle a sleuth of crazed polar bears. But the fur really flies when Chip confronts Monterey Jack, and the very leadership of the Rescue Rangers is on the line! Join Darkwing Duck writer Ian Brill and Marvel Superhero Squad artist Leonel Castellani for Part 3 of "Worldwide Rescue," brought to you by BOOM! Studios and the Disney Afternoon Revolution!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ian Brill, art by James Silvani, covers by Silvani and Sabrina Alberghetti.

As the "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings" subsides, the way is made for... what else? A brand new crisis! Something mysterious has emerged in the ranks of the formerly-most-fiendish secret organization on the planet -- F.O.W.L.! Inside F.O.W.L.'s remnants lurks a plot so insidious that Darkwing Duck has been enlisted to neutralize the nefarious notion by one of their own -- Steelbeak! Don't miss the first part of... "F.O.W.L. Disposition"!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Carl Barks and Geoffrey Blum, art by Daan Jippes and Carlos Mota, covers by Don Rosa and Carl Barks.

Classics are back at BOOM! as the toast to the 70th Anniversary of Walt Disney's Comics continues in the pages of Donald Duck! For starters, presented for the first time in the U.S. is the much-requested 1997 Carl Barks story -- recently redrawn by Daan Jippes in the Barks style -- titled "Somewhere Beyond Nowhere." If that doesn't whet your appetite, feast on the Carl Barks classic "Mystery of the Loch", reprinted in English for the first time in 16 years! And if that's not enough, enjoy the Geoffrey Blum/Carlos Mota fan-favorite "Saga of Captain Duckburg" -- that may even feature Carl Barks himself! Featuring the never-before-seen cover for "Mystery of the Loch" by the legendary Don Rosa and a special variant featuring an oil painting by the legendary Carl Barks entitled "Slow Boat To Duckburg"!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Landry Walker, art by Ramanda Kamarga, cover by Marcio Takara

The world's favorite family of superheroes faces its biggest challenge yet! When the Underminer returns with a powerful new ally, The Incredibles are Metroville's only hope... just as long as the family can stop squabbling long enough to save the day! It's a high-stakes underground adventure filled with humor, suspense, angry gorillas and giant robots!

128 pages, $9.99.


Written by Carl Fallberg, art by Paul Murry, cover by Paul Murry

The celebration of 70 years of Walt Disney's Comics continues here with some of the greatest Mickey Mouse stories ever told! Follow Mickey and Goofy on an epic African adventure in "The Lens Hunters" story by Disney legends Carl Fallberg and Paul Murry -- printed here for the first time since 1953, and with all three parts printed entirely in one issue for the first time ever in the USA!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Stefan Petrucha, Sergio Badino, Ted Osborne (A) Cesar Ferioli Pelaez, Giorgio Cavazzano, Floyd Gottfredson, cover by Casty

Join in the fun with Mickey Mouse for a collection of multiplying mischief! When a cloning experiment goes hilariously wrong, Mickey must take on hundreds of... himself! Then, a trip to Mount Rushmore uncovers a scheme by the Phantom Blot to take over the world using robot presidents! Also featuring a classic tale by Disney legend Floyd Gottfredson!

128 pages, $9.99.


Written by Patrick Storck, art by Amy Mebberson, cover by David Petersen

"Once you eliminate the rational, whatever remains, no matter how absurd, must be The Muppets." Join Gonzo as Sherlock Holmes, the world's greatest detective and his associates Dr. Watson (Fozzie) and Inspector LeStrade (Kermit) as they attempt to solve four seemingly unrelated cases. Taking your favorite Muppet characters and dropping them right into the exciting world of Sherlock Holmes, Muppet Sherlock Holmes dares to ask the questions: Who is the mysterious fellow following them? Why does Miss Piggy keep switching roles? Where do socks come from? These questions and many more will be answered in Muppet Sherlock Holmes!

128 pages, $9.99.


Written and art by Roger Langridge.

After a trip to Eastern Europe, Gonzo is acting even stranger than what qualifies as normal -- displaying a new penchant for avoiding sunlight! Meanwhile, Statler and Waldorf show their age when an act strangely reminiscent of the days of the Pharoahs makes the Muppet curmudgeons wax nostalgic for their mummies. Then the flames of romance rekindle in the old malcontents for a suspiciously youthful crush!

128 pages, $9.99.


Written by Carl Barks, Byron Erickson and Rudy Salvagnini, art by Carl Barks, Daan Jippes and Giorgio Cavazzano, cover by Don Rosa, Daan Jippes and Carl Barks.

It's the celebration of 58 years of Uncle Scrooge, with the milestone 400th issue and, much to Scrooge's chagrin, we're sparing no expense! Join us as we pay tribute to the perennial penny-pincher with an oversized 40-page issue stuffed with classic stories not to be missed -- some published in the U.S. for the first time ever! First up, the incomparable Carl Barks appears as himself in this story, actually meeting Scrooge McDuck and clan in Duckburg! It's a heartwarming tribute to Scrooge's creator by modern master Giorgio Cavazzano in "The Duck Man." Next, watch in awe as the witch, Magica de Spell, finally gets her hands on Scrooge's Number One Dime in the classic story "Obsession" -- seeing print in the U.S. for the first time, with art by master artist Daan Jippes! Then delight at three, count 'em, three, one-page gags by the one and only Carl Barks himself that appeared in the very first issue of Uncle Scrooge -- "Osogood Silver Polish," "Coffee for Two," and "Soupline Eight." Regular edition features a new, never-before-seen-in-the-U.S. cover by the legendary Don Rosa, and a brand new piece by the illustrious Daan Jippes. Deluxe edition cover features the amazing Carl Barks oil-painting "Money Lake."

40 pages, $3.99. (Deluxe edition, 40 pages, $6.99).


Written by Carl Barks, art by Carl Barks, Daan Jippes, cover by Don Rosa

The celebration of 70 years of Walt Disney's Comics continues with two classic stories that have never seen print in the USA! Experience hot rod hijinks with Donald Duck in the classic "A Day in a Duck's Life", written by Carl Barks and redrawn by Daan Jippes in the classic Barks style! Then, re-discover the 1948 Carl Barks tale, "Rival Beachcombers," which hasn't seen print in the U.S. in almost twenty years! Including a rare cover by Don Rosa!

32 pages, $3.99.

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