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Written by Grace Randolph, art by Russell Dauterman, cover by Ale Garza.

What goes down when the capes come off? Meet the Real Housewives of Earth's greatest super-team, the Meta Legion! It's the egos, the tantrums, and the betrayals of the super set. Find out what happens behind the masks as superhero families are faced with the sordid problems of everyday life -- and then some! From rising star writer Grace Randolph and hot new artist Russell Dauterman, this series takes the familiar super-team and turns it on its head with a scandalous, TMZ-fueled look at what it's like to live with a superhero!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Roberson, art by Francesco Biagini, cover by Francesco Mattina and Dan Panosian.

New arc! Great Jumping on point for new readers! The source of the imbalance of Law and Chaos that's been assaulting the Multiverse is revealed, and it will leave Moorcock fans reeling! Finally, all incarnations of the Eternal Champion will have to join together to fight against forces bigger than Law and Chaos, for the very survival of existence itself!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Clive Barker, art by Janusz Ordon, cover by Tim Bradstreet, Nick Percival

The secrets of the Cenobite War revealed! The first year of Clive Barker's long-awaited return to Hellraiser has been full of jaw-dropping events and new characters, forever changing the landscape of the classic horror universe. Now, only in this annual, learn the shocking secrets behind those seismic shocks to the Cenobites, the Cottons, and the hierarchy of Hell! This all new story will give clues to future storylines, so no Hellraiser fan can miss it!

32 pages, $4.99.


Written by Erik Saltzgaber, Larry Wachowski, art by Denys Cowan, Jackson Guice, cover by Joe Barruso

Another bi-weekly dose of classic Hellraiser high strangeness comes your way! We have the next two epic installments of "The Devil's Brigade," with Erik Saltzgaber and Jackson Guice delivering "No Loss to the Community," followed by "Black & White," written by Larry Wachowski, of The Matrix fame, with art by Denys Cowan.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Nicolas Vince, Peter Akins, art by Sam Kieth, Dave Dorman, cover by John Van Fleet.

With Chapter 11 of "The Devil's Brigade," the epic tale of Leviathan's most fearsome soldiers, Nicholas Vince and Sam Keith team up to bring you "Believe the Sinners." Next, in "Songs of Metal and Flesh" by Peter Akins and Dave Dorman, will even the blind be spared the hooks of the Cenobites? From the darkest depths of the underworld comes another thrilling installment of Hellraiser Masterpieces!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Waid, art by Marcio Takara, cover by Garry Brown, Matteo Scalera

Since her apparent betrayal, Alana Patel has been on Max Damage's long list of enemies. But when Alana is in danger and Max is called upon to save her, can he find the heart of a true superhero within himself and finally forgive the sins of the one person who forgave his? An unforgettable arc in the companion to Mark Waid's Eisner-nominated superhero series, Irredeemable!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Waid, art by Marcio Takara, cover by Matteo Scalera

The fight readers have been waiting for! Max Damage, a terrifying supervillain turned superhero, is alone, thanks to the strain of the Plutonian's return to Earth. He's excommunicated all of his allies, and he doesn't even know about the new sidekick he inspired, a former supervillian who calls herself Hatecrime. All Max knows is that the Plutonian has finally come for him. And it's a fight he's ready for!

128 pages, $16.99.


Written by Mark Waid, art by Diego Barreto, cover by Matteo Scalera, Kalman Andrasofszky

The fallout from the revelation of The Plutonian's origin continues! As the Plutonian struggles with his past, the world is on the brink of nuclear apocalypse. Is there anything on Earth that can save the human race now? Or will that savior come from somewhere else?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Claudio Sanchez, Chondra Echert, art by Aaron Kuder, cover by Nathan Fox

New York City is down but not out -- the zombie apocalypse has destroyed much of the city, but hard-boiled humanity hangs on. But with the survivors divided into warring factions, and the undead hiding behind every corner, only one man can walk the streets alone: Nick Ewing. His murdered wife and child, from the grave, give him the strength to continue his vendetta against the king of Yankee Stadium. The complete collected hit series from Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez, Chondra Echert, hot new talent Aaron Kuder, and cover artist Nathan Fox.

128 pages, $14.99.


Written by Daryl Gregory, art by Carlos Magno, cover by Carlos Magno, Damian Couceiro

When the Lawgiver was assassinated by a human freedom fighter, the world plunged into chaos. Sullivan, now free from Alaya's clutches, takes humanity's fight for freedom to the next level, in a devastating gambit for ape and human alike!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Corinna Sara Bechko, Gabriel Hardman, art by Marc Laming, cover by Gabriel Hardman, Declan Shalvey.

From the team that brought you Betrayal of the Planet of the Apes comes an all new Apes saga! With ape society gripped in uncertainty, Doctor Zaius must find a way to unite the warring factions before they rip the city apart. It's up to one lowly chimp to seek out the famed, disgraced General Aleron deep in the heart of the Forbidden Zone, with a secret that might help -- or destroy!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Doug Moench, art by Mike Ploog, cover by Bob Larkin.

By popular demand, the classic Apes reprints continue! In 1974, mighty Marvel Comics published the bone-breaking Planet of the Apes Magazine featuring a fan-loved, all-new original story written by Moon Knight co-creator Doug Moench and drawn by Ghost Rider co-creator Mike Ploog: Terror on the Planet of the Apes! We heard you at conventions, we read your tweets, and we smiled at your wall posts! This issue features "The Forbidden Zone of Forgotten Horrors!" and "Lick the Sky Crimson."

32 pages, black and white, $3.99.


Written by Grant Morrison, art and cover by Ian Gibson.

From the one and only Grant Morrison -- the conclusion of "The Golden Game!" Psychedelic secret agents John Steed and Emma Peel search for Tara King as she leads them to a secret society obsessed with deadly games. Will our heroes survive The Leopard People? Featuring artwork by Ian Gibson, best known for his work with Alan Moore on The Ballad of Halo Jones. The original British TV series The Avengers helped define the "Spy-Fi" genre and now Grant Morrison is serving up a science fiction/spy fiction mash-up with two of television's most iconic heroes!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Waid, Tom Peyer, art by Chad Hardin, cover by Scott Clark.

The further adventures of the man out of time! A mysterious affliction has begun to spread over the world: strange temporal ghosts of the past and future come to the present to wreak havoc! With Soldier Zero on his tail, believing Traveler responsible for the temporal disruptions, Traveler must find a way to convince Soldier Zero of his innocence, while he investigates the connection between his past and the current destruction!

112 pages, $14.99.


Written, art and cover by Camilla d' Errico.

Celebrated creator Camilla d'Errico delivers a stunning visual journey exploring emotion, self-discovery/innocence and what it means to be human. TANPOPO is superhumanly intelligent and inhumanly emotionless. Attached to a mysterious machine and ruled by her vast knowledge, one day her heart rises up to struggle against her ruling mind. Torn and confused, she now seeks humanity, longing to feel what other humans feel. Each chapter of TANPOPO is inspired by a classic piece of literature or poetry, woven into its own epic story, and contained in this beautiful hardcover edition.

176 pages, $24.99.


Written by Michael Alan Nelson, art by Matteo Scalera, cover by Ale Garza, Khary Randolph

The King is dead - long live the dead king! King Valen Brand was a just ruler and a great warrior until he was killed in battle by the necromancer Korrus Null and resurrected as one of the walking dead. Now he's considered an abomination in his own realm, an outcast with only one purpose: to restore his lost soul! The quest continues as Valen has reached the treacherous sea that acts as a border to Korrus Null's deadly kingdom, Wraithendal. But when one of his companions is abducted by a seedy guild of thieves and murderers, will Valen even make it to the boat alive?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dave Schreiner, art by R. Crumb and various.

A complete retrospective of pioneer independent publishing house Kitchen Sink Press, from its inception in 1969 through its silver anniversary in 1994. This full-color history is profusely illustrated with underground comix, graphic novels and offbeat merchandise, plus previously unpublished art by R. Crumb, Mark Schultz, Peter Poplaski, Frank Stack, Reed Waller, and others. Included are "sidebar" columns by Alan Moore, Will Eisner, Art Spiegelman, Stan Lee, Will Elder, Howard Cruse, Trina Robbins, Jay Lynch, Kevin Eastman, founder Denis Kitchen and other luminaries reflecting on the impact of this early and long-running alternative company. A must-have item for fans of Kitchen Sink, underground comix, and cartoon history.

128 pages, $15.


Written, art and cover by Rich Tommaso.

In his first full graphic novel since Satchel Paige: Striking Out Jim Crow, Rich Tommaso delivers another gem with Pete and Miriam. From the trouble caused by youthful impulses to exploring the seedier side of what life has to offer outside their suburban confines, Peter and Miriam forge their friendship through the odyssey of coming of age in America. This hot item at Angouleme is now available in the U.S. for the first time!

112 pages, black and white, $14.99.


Written by Ryan North, art by Shelli Paroline, Braden Lamb, cover by Chris Houghton, Jen Bennett

It's Totally Mathematical! Join Finn, Jake, and all of their friends in this second issue of the ongoing comic book series showcasing all-new adventures through the magical Land of Ooo. The boys have embarked on another crazy-cool adventure, and this one will be their longest, most exciting yet!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Caleb Monroe, art by Shelli Paroline, cover by Shelli Paroline, Braden Lamb

Before the spring thaw, KABOOM! is serving up a mammoth heap of Ice Age! Join the bumbling Sid the Sloth, the practical Manny the Mammoth, the cunning Diego the Saber-tooth Tiger, and the hilarious saber-toothed squirrel Scrat in an exciting all new frozen adventure! Featuring wacky, beloved characters from the hit film series!

24 pages, $3.99.


Written by Charles M. Schulz and Various, art by Vicki Scott and various, cover by Charles M. Schulz and Bob Scott.

From the newspaper strips to the animated specials, Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the Peanuts gang have held a special place in America's heart since their first appearance in 1950. Let that young reader in your household discover these beloved characters like they were brand new! Peppermint Patty and Marcy join the series in "School Daze," and Charlie Brown dons his Manager's cap for another year of Spring Training. Includes classic Sunday strips from Charles Schulz and a special Linus "First Appearance" variant cover!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Roger Langridge.

Having thwarted the dastardly crocodile Big Norman, the crew of the Snarkhunter is faced with their biggest threat yet -- a pirate attack by some very familiar Lewis Carroll characters! Don't be late! Don't be late! Join Princess Scarlett, baby Rusty, the Walrus, and the Carpenter for this very important date!

32 pages, $3.99.

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