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Written by Andy Hartnell, art by Chris Bolson, covers by J Scott Campbell, Nick Bradshaw and Paul Renaud.

Abbey Chase, the world's most daring adventuress, returns to action as she aims to recover a dark and mysterious piece of ancient history. When Abbey learns that the elusive Book of the Dead has resurfaced and fallen into nefarious hands, she and the Danger Girls embark on a mission to track down the powerful tome. But when their journey leads them to cross paths with another seeking the book - a man with a personal vendetta and a literal hand in the book's sordid history - they find themselves spiraling through the most outrageous and sure-to-be-talked-about cross-over event of the year! Don't miss Danger Girl and the Army of Darkness #1 coming up in April 2011! Featuring the first epic cross-over between Dynamite Entertainment and IDW Publishing! Written by Danger Girl co-creator Andy Hartnell and drawn by Red Sonja's Chris Bolson, featuring covers by Danger Girl co-creator and legendary comics favorite J. Scott Campbell, as well as Nick Bradshaw!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

As an ancient, unknowable evil claws its way into our world, Vampirella must stand alone...or all that lives will suffer and die. With Dracula's minions pursuing their own agendas, and legions of tentacular horrors from beyond reality scrabbling for a foothold on the material plane, only one thing is certain: there will be blood...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Forrest J Ackerman, Archie Goodwin, Steve Englehart, T. Casey Brennan, Len Wein, art by Jose Gonzalez, Tom Sutton, Jose Ortiz.

Warehouse find! Only 300 copies of this collection left from Dynamite! A collection of Vampirella stories from the original Vampirella #1-37, including nearly every Vampirella story written by Archie Goodwin and drawn by Jose Gonzalez!

448 pages, black and white, $17.95.


Vampirella wants your blood! Snap-fit model kit of the sexy seductress of all vampires! Moebius completes the line of '70s Aurora Monsters with this re-issue of Vampirella. This 1:13 scale Vampirella Model Kit is a snap-fit kit that features easy assembly, movable parts, and ghoulishly girlie details! No glue is needed. The sexy seductress is a reproduction of the original Aurora model kit from back in the day,and she's simply too tempting and irresistible even if she does want to drink your blood!



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

Of the 3,816,483 citizens of London in 1881, a dozen are fated to die at the hands of the "Twelve Caesars" kill. Sherlock Holmes and his reluctant partner Dr. John Watson have deduced the method and means of the crime, but not the madman responsible! While both Watson and the Metropolitan Police lose patience with Holmes and his eccentricities, the young sleuth goes missing to help an old friend!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dean Koontz, Keith Champagne, art by Leno Carvalho, covers by Darick Robertson, Leno Carvalho and Tyler Walpole.

Bobby Godric's cross dimensional quest to regain his wife Nora pushes him far past the breaking point of human endurance. Can Team Nevermore save Bobby from destroying himself? Or will Bobby find salvation among the infinite continuum of Earths--even as the alien Hydra begin to mobilize against him.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Carlos Rafael, covers by Arthur Adams, Paul Renaud, Joe Jusko and Ale Garza.

Dejah Thoris is in the hands of the treacherous, conniving and downright sleazy Jeddak of Yorn. Yorn wants to make Dejah his concubine, but death is a thousand times preferable to dishonor for a Martian princess. Yorn had better watch his back, because Dejah is a whole lot more than just a pretty face! He is working to resurrect the ancient evil buried in the catacombs beneath Dejah's city of Helium. Valian, his son, is soft and unassuming, the opposite of his father in every way. But it takes more than muscles to make a hero. Valian's got a few surprises for his father in Dejah Thoris #2: The Awakening!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

John Carter, gentleman of Virginia, ex-cavalry officer in the Confederate Army, takes to the skies in search of his lost love Dejah Thoris. It turns out riding a one-man Martian air scout is a lot like riding a horse, except much more dangerous. Carter's going to need all his skill not to end up a red smear on the desolate dry sea bottoms of Mars! Carter also uncovers the deep, dark secret that keeps the red planet alive. It's a secret worth killing for...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ande Parks, art by Esteve Pols, covers by Francesco Francavilla

Zorro is dead. As Don Diego's widow struggles to cope with the loss, help arrives in the form of two younger heroes: The Lone Ranger and Tonto. In part two of this five issue series, the source of the link between Zorro and The Lone Ranger is revealed. The Ranger has personal ties to the legend known as Zorro - ties that demand vengeance.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Garth Ennis, art by John McCrea, cover by Darick Robertson.

Christmas 1944 sees Captain Greg Mallory safely in reserve, far from the front line with Nazi Germany. A good time to rest and refit, to recover from the horrors of war. Not such a good time for a unit of very special soldiers- backed by the Vought-American-Consolidated corp- to show up looking for combat experience. Hughie gets a war story he'll never forget, as the Battle Of The Bulge begins with a bang. Part two of "Barbary Coast."

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Garth Ennis, art by John McCrea, Keith Burns, covers by Darick Robertson

Out of Dynamite Entertainment's critically acclaimed title, The Boys, comes a special story featuring everyone's favorite pint-sized Scotsman, Hughie, with The Boys: Highland Laddie, written by Garth Ennis, with covers by Darick Robertson and art by Herogasm artist John McCrea.

His mind reeling from recent events in The Boys, Wee Hughie heads home to Auchterladle -- the semi-idyllic Scottish seaside town where he grew up. All Hughie wants is some time to himself, to return to the bosom of family and friends, and get his head together after two years of unimaginable chaos. But our hero's luck has always been more cloud than silver lining, and the familiar surroundings he craves are not all they might be. You can go home again, but with old pals warped beyond recognition and strangers in town up to no good, whether or not you should is another matter entirely. Collecting issues #1-6 of the Highland Laddie mini-series, along with a complete cover gallery.

144 pages, $19.99.


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

Today, Jen has to deal with an unfaithful neighbor putting the moves on her. Tonight, Jennifer Blood faces ruthless criminals. Jen never seems to get fazed by any of this, but what happens to her when she faces Ö.her past?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

At long last, Kit Walker returns to Africa! But the road back to Bengali is threatening at every turn! Forced to travel home by riverboat, Kit witnesses firsthand the horrors of the civil war tearing Bengali apart, as well as the insidious trade funding the violence: blood diamonds!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Tragedy and terror combine to destroy the Green Hornet family once and for all. With Kato out of commission, Green Hornet tries his hand at solo crime fighting, but a rookie mistake has tragic consequences that may force Britt Reid Jr. to give up his role as Green Hornet forever. Hayashi and Clutch Kato return from their mission against the Juuma clan in Japan, but find themselves tailed by the deadliest assassin alive, the mysterious Redhand.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jai Nitz, art and cover by Nigel Raynor

Rocketing out of the events of the monster hit movie, follow the continuing adventures of Green Hornet and Kato as a power struggle for control over drug trafficking in Los Angeles turns violent. Green Hornet and Kato are just starting out, but they've attracted attention from the cops, the drug pushers, and even Homeland Security! Britt and Kato keep their alter egos hidden, but a new set of masked men on the scene complicates matters. Bonus: Includes 2 Classic Green Hornet stories at no extra cost!

32 pages, $1.99.

KATO #13

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

As the new Kato struggles to free herself from a high-tech virtual reality designed to drive her mad, the clock is ticking. Green Hornet and the original Kato hit the streets (Kato behind the wheel of an old friend), trying to find Mulan before her brain is permanently damaged. Will Mulan free herself, or will the Black Hornet's sister exact her horrific revenge? All-out action, featuring two generations of heroes.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brett Matthews, art and cover Ariel Padilla.

Luke draws ever closer to the deadly Gregor Kaast, assembling a new family for himself along the way. But will this hero die as so many others who have worn the mask... or will The Green Hornet be born again?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ande Parks, art and cover by Johnny Desjardins.

Green Hornet: Blood Ties is a precursor to Kevin Smith's Green Hornet series, and features the original Green Hornet and Kato in action! Ande Parks and Johnny Desjardins tell the exciting story of the last remains of the Italian Crime Family and the Japanese Yakuza. How did the two-man team of The Green Hornet and Kato bring about the fall of all crime in Century City? Find out here! Collecting the four-issue series, Green Hornet: Blood Ties, plus all of the covers by Johnny Desjardins.

104 pages, $16.99.


Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Edgar Salizar, covers by Fabiano Neves and Carlos Rafael.

Things are reaching a breaking point for Sonja and her one-time ally, the Cimmerian mercenary Ryakin. Meanwhile, Thulsa Doom continues working to free his dark god, Set, from his imprisonment. Set is hiding something from Thulsa, but not to worry ... Thulsa is hiding something from Set, too! A desperate battle in the wilderness and an unexpected reversal of fortunes -- and loyalties -- awaits in the blood-and-guts packed penultimate issue of Son of Set.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Luke Lieberman, art by Daniel Sampere, covers by Lucio Parillo.

Oh how the tables have turned, the weak become strong, and the strong become dead. With Loki taking over, Sonja is fast running out of options, but she has one card left to play - Thor. She had better move fast as Loki's devious mind is quick to invent new destruction, and he may have found the key to unleashing the Ragnarok.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jen Van Meter, art by Edgar Salazar, covers by Phil Winslade, Paul Renaud.

Sonja is deceived by the nephew of a dying chieftain into eliminating his rivals, securing leadership of the clan for himself. Enraged by the betrayal, Sonja lets a little magic justice play itself out. Also features a Classic Red Sonja bonus story!

40 pages, $4.99.


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

In the past week, coyote shapeshifter Mercy Thompson has faced angry werewolves, bloodthirsty vampires and even armed gunmen. But now, the greatest danger of all threatens. There's a traitor inside the wolf pack...and Mercy's hunt to uncover the truth may ignite a civil war! Can she unmask the turncoat before the pack is destroyed?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

It's a full day in Baerlon for Rand al'Thor. First, one of Mat's tricks with some dangerous men almost get Rand into a fight he can't walk away from. Following some sage advice from Gleeman Thom Merrilin and a trip back to the Inn, the boys discover someone from Emond's Field has found them, and is demanding their return from Lan and Moiraine. Join us for the latest chapter in the adaptation of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time: The Eye of the World!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, art by Cezar Razek, covers by Lucio Parrillo

One of the most controversial series in Sci Fi's history is back! Some fans love it, some hate it, but one thing's for certain, writer Marc Guggenheim is doing Galactica 1980 the right way! Lives have been lost as the re-imagining of 1980 starts and ends here -- and it's unlike anything you've seen before in a Galactica comic book! Collecting the four-issue series, featuring artist Cezar (Zorro) Razek along with fully painted covers by Lucio Parrillo.

104 pages, $16.99.


Written by Erik Henriksen, art by Herb Apon and Todd Herman, cover by Herb Apon, Todd Herman and Dave Stewart.

The issue you've been waiting for is finally here as The Warriors: Jailbreak builds to its shocking, action-packed climax! Still trapped behind bars, Ajax suffers a sudden, brutal attack. Meanwhile, out on the streets, the Warriors enact Swan's daring scheme to bust Ajax out of prison... only to discover Swan's plan is even bigger and riskier than they'd thought!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by LA Banks, Jess Ruffner, art by Brett Booth, Greg Titus, cover by Booth.

Follow the famed Neterus and the Neteru Guardian Team from the epic 12-novel Vampire Huntress Legend series as they take the fight against evil beyond the Armageddon. In the Dawn and Darkness graphic novel (collecting the four-issue series), the team is still searching for the wounded Anti-Christ while trying to avoid the wrath of Lucifer. Complicating matters, several members of the team are pregnant with the next generation of Warriors of Light, and the darkness wants them and their unborn wiped off the face of the planet. To make matters worse, a new predator is hunting humans -- something not wholly vampire or werewolf or like any demon they've ever encountered... and this time the predator is out for more than just blood!

L. A. Banks is the recipient of the 2009 Romantic Times Booklover's Career Choice Award for Paranormal Fiction as well as the 2008 Essence Storyteller of the Year award. Ms. Banks has written over 42 novels and contributed to 12 novellas, in multiple genres under various pseudonyms. The Vampire Huntress: Dawn And Darkness is an original story that takes place after the epilogue in the 12th and final book in the Vampire Huntress series of novels and should not be missed by her fans or anyone who enjoys great paranormal fantasy!

104 pages, $16.99.

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