Return to the Continuum home page

Clicking on images provides larger ones.

Become a fan of Comics Continuum on Facebook. CLICK HERE.




Written by Paul D. Storrie, art by Jake Minor, covers by Theresa Winston and Richard Bonk.

The original Queen of the Jungle returns! Hurled a half-century through time, Sheena is horrified at how mankind has savaged the natural world and vows to do all she can to restore the planet. Still, when an old friend is brutally beaten, she doesn't hesitate to set aside her crusade to hunt down his attackers. But will all Sheena's skills, honed in the wild, be enough to keep her alive in the urban jungle?

16 pages, $1.99.


Written by Joe McKinney, Jim Mullaney and John Everson, cover by Michael William Kaluta, Rubˇn Procopio, edited by Joe Gentile and Win Scott Eckart.

The long-awaited return of the Green Hornet & Kato and their rolling arsenal the Black Beauty!

Back with all-new stories! Moonstone presents The Green Hornet Casefiles, a second anthology featuring all-new, original crime fiction tales of the man who hunts the biggest of all game, public enemies that even the FBI can't reach! On police records, the Green Hornet is actually a wanted criminal, a master manipulator, a crime boss who has his fingers in every pie. In reality, The Green Hornet is actually Britt Reid, owner-publisher of the Daily Sentinel. Alongside him rides his partner Kato, who is not only is a martial artist of unsurpassed prowess, but a skilled driver, and educated engineer as well. Their goal is to destroy crime from within by posing as criminals themselves!

336 pages, black and white, softcover, $18.95; 336 pages, black and white, hardcover, $43.95;


Written by Christopher Golden, Peter David, Max Collins and Stuart M. Kaminsky, edited by Joe Gentile, cover by Cortney Skinner.

This massive tome reprints both out of print Kolchak prose anthologies: "Chronicles" and "Casebook"...over 40 stories in one volume! Kolchak vs Dark Shadows' Barnabas Collins! Kolchak embroiled in the Lovecraft Mythos! Secrets of Kolchak's past revealed! Plus the first ever original Kolchak novella (by Mark Dawidziak)!

TV's first paranormal investigator! Carl Kolchak was TV's first paranormal investigator, albeit a reluctant one. His exploits have been the inspiration for the X-Files and beyond! Kolchak is a talented newspaper reporter who used to handle all of the big stories, but his reputation has taken a few hits over the years as his stories get to be more and more strange, surreal and unknown. He is a relentless truth-seeker, no matter how bizarre that truth may be. The fact that no one believes him, and that his stories rarely get printed anymore, only fuels his desire to get to the beating heart of the matter.

672 pages, $25.99.


Written by Mike Bullock, art by Jose Massaroli, colored by Bob Pedroza, cover by Mark Wheatley.

Ripped from today's world news comes a reimagining of the classic jungle girl genre debuting a new hero for the modern age! Anaya trails the PLA into the mountains of the DR Congo after they kidnap the wife of a Ugandan dignitary intent on selling her into slavery. Follow the trail of political upheaval down the streets of human trafficking as Lacy and Liv unleash their Savage Beauty!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Elaine Lee, art by Ronn Sutton, colored by Ken Wolak, cover by Marat Mychaels.

The conclusion of "Murder on Mars" as Honey goes undercover on the set of the sci-fi film Amazons of Mars to investigate the mysterious death of Zu Zu Varga, queen of the B-movies. It looks like murder, but who had motive? Was it the scheming ingˇnue, the down-on-his luck director, the jealous agent, or the ageing teen heartthrob? Robots, aliens and murder in 1960s CA!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Norvell W. Page and Howard Hopkins, art and cover by J. Anthony Kosar.

The Spider -- cloaked, fanged nightmare in black -- delivers swift justice with a pair of .45 automatics. Midnight shadows cast doom over exclusive Sutton Place -- under attack by new evil in terror warfare -- a sinister criminal mastermind in power armor named The Iron Man! A Wide-Vision graphic novel based on the novel published in the Dec. 1939 issue of The Spider magazine!

66 pages, greyscale, $7.99.


Written by Aaron Shaps and Eric Fein, art by Danilo Guida, cover by Tom Grindberg.

He is a ghost. No lock can delay him. No walls can repel him. Enter the shadows with the World's Greatest Sleuth, as he takes you on a journey beyond the flickering electric glow of our world, into a universe of psychedelic noir. The Phantom Detective is a two-fisted nocturnal avenger, a master of disguise-a man who sees his universe evolving, and is willing to do anything to live up to his pledge: to protect us from unspeakable evils that most men cannot believe truly exist. Plus second feature: the first Moonstone appearance of The Green Ghost, a former OSS agent and illusionist by trade.

80 pages, black and white, $8.99.


By J.C. Vaughn and Vincent Spencer, covers by Spencer and Jacob Jordn.

From the creator of Vampire, PA and the co-writer of Mighty Samson and 24! If zombies weren't bad enough on their own, things are about to get a whole lot worse. Despite government denials, animals can indeed become the reanimated undead. In San Rosina, Texas, one man stands ready to defend the survivors, whether they're ready to be saved or not: Billy Bob Driwahl and the characters from the 2007 mini-series return in this expanded special one-shot.

56 pages, $5.50.

E-mail the Continuum at

Return to the Continuum home page

Copyright © 2011, The Comics Continuum