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Written by Steve Niles, art by Dennis Calero, cover by Ben Templesmith.

The battle has been fought and won. Ash battled and defeated the Deadite image of himself and saved the world. Now all he wants to do is get home and have a normal life. Too bad he messed up the Book of the Dead incantation. New series. New start. Will Ash ever escape the land of the Deadites? Will he ever find his girl? Will he ever remember the last part of the incantation? Now an army of unbelievable horrors rules the land and only Ash can annoy them.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Victor Gischler, art by Andrea Mutti, cover by Ardian Syaf.

Prelude to Miss Fury! When thieves steal from other thieves it always causes problems, doesn't it? So when The Black Sparrow is hired to steal a mysterious "Moon Stone" from a museum in New York, her decision to keep the thing for a better payday annoys her former employers who then steal it back from her. Now it's The Black Sparrow who is annoyed, and that's a dangerous thing. All she wants is what she stole fair and square, but she needs help. She needs The Shadow!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Gail Simone, Nancy A. Collins, Devin Grayson, art by Jack Jadson, Noah Salonga, and Carla McNeil, cover by Jay Anacleto.

Dynamite Entertainment presents a bold new experiment in graphic storytelling, as the biggest female stars in the worlds of prose, television, gaming and comics gather together to tell thrilling stories from the life of Red Sonja, which combine to make up her greatest adventure yet! This issue includes stories by Bram Stoker Award Winner Nancy A. Collins, and beloved Batman scribe, Devin Grayson, all braided together by an epic framing story told by Red Sonja scribe Gail Simone! This book is designed to appeal not just to fans of Sonja, but also the countless readers of these talented writers!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Tony Lee, art by Eman Casallos, cover by Sean Chen.

Finally, the origin of Lt. Starbuck! See how Starbuck became a Viper pilot, his first meeting with Apollo and why Adama treats him like a son - as he pieces together what really happened the night he was orphaned, and the name of the traitor who ordered it...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, art by Marc Laming, cover by Marc Laming.

Phantom, Mandrake and Flash Gordon have gone through hell to stop The Cobra from reaching the Kings Watch, but the mastermind pulls one last deception on them all... and gets exactly what he seeks! Now the forces of the universe turn against us and unleash a fate that changes the world...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Roberson, art by Jonathan Lau, covers by Jae Lee, Jonathan Lau.

Masked crimefighters in America come under attack when new legislation targeting them is passed, while tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union continue to mount. Operator 5 has gone deep undercover, but when things take a turn for the worst, Operative 1001 is the only one who has a chance of rescuing him. Or will 1001 find help in the unlikeliest of places?

32 page, $3.99.


Written by Gail Simone, art by Walter Geovani, covers by Jenny Frison, Becky Cloonan.

Red Sonja, still recovering from her near-death ordeal, leads a small band of rebels in a stealth war against the invading armada, while the supreme dealer of death Dark Annisia returns to wreak havoc on Sonja's small band of allies! Blood, lust and vengeance surround Red Sonja as she faces her ultimate foe!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Roberto Castro, cover by Alex Ross.

The legendary ape-man starts having second thoughts about his newfound Martians "pals", the devious Therns, who just so happen to be the bitter enemies of John Carter. But all that might not matter ñ Carter is paying the Therns a little visit, and he and the ape-man are on a collision course that will change the face of two planets forever. Jane, the ape-man's wife, goes looking for proof of the Therns' treachery, and she ends up finding more than she bargained for. The sky erupts with fire in Lords of Mars #4 ñ War in Heaven!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Roberson, art by Giovanni Timpano, covers by Alex Ross, Cris Bolson.

The Shadow ventures beyond the Iron Curtain, deep into the heart of the Soviet Union, seeking clues to a mystery that reaches back into his own mysterious past, and which threatens to destroy the man he has become.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by David Liss, art by Colton Worley, cover by Tim Bradstreet.

The Shadow Network is in tatters, Lamont Cranston lies near death, and Shiwan Khan is on the rise, but it's a mistake to count out the Shadow! From the ashes of his ruined life, Cranston begins to rebuild all he has lost. Meanwhile, Khan expands his own reach, and a major new player in the Shadow continuity is revealed. It's the Shadow like you've never seen him before!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Michael Uslan, art by Keith Burns, cover by Alex Ross, John Cassaday.

It's the shocking and terrifying conclusion of ìDark Nightsî, beginning with a deadly race against time as The Shadow and The Green Hornet chase Shiwan Khan through the actual steam tunnels that descend seven levels into underground New York City. It's an urban "Raiders of the Lost Ark" adventure with the life of President Roosevelt and the people of the City at stake!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Waid, art by Ronilson Freire, cover by Paolo Rivera.

Even back then, chicks dug the car. But the Green Hornet's limousine, the Black Beauty, holds a deadly secret that can tear the Hornet's life to pieces!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rob Williams, art by Marcio Abreu, cover by Billy Tan [Main], Ardian Syaf, Colton Worley, Bilquis Evely.

The Pharaoh of Time is alive and he and his enormous mothership have come to 1943's New York City for Miss Fury. But which one will he find? The immoral murderer with the samurai sword, the titanic stash of grenades and the epic love of debauchery or the Miss Fury who is lost in time, grasping for a sense of sanity and for the good inside her? It's a metaphysical battle played out with martial arts as two futures of our hero fight for supremacy, and only one Miss Fury is getting out alive.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Andy Diggle, art by Aaron Campbell, cover by Sean Phillips

When both sides are gunning for you, keep your head down and play them off against each other. That's Weaver's only chance to get out alive. If he runs, he'll lose his last chance to discover the truth about his own origins. But if he stand his ground, he might just find there's a worse fate than death awaiting the Specials...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Bryan Johnson, art by Walter Flanagan, cover by Walter Flanagan, Wayne Jansen

After landing in jail, Jack Gimlin is bailed out by a mysterious industrialist who offers him the job of a lifetime...tracking and trapping the world's most famous cryptids, who also happen to be portals to alternate dimensions. Meanwhile, the fur flies when Cryptozoic Man learns the fate of a loved one during a cosmic tea party.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Gaffen, Kyle McVey, art by Rod Rodolfo, cover by Lucio Parrillo.

Look! Up in the Portland air... It's a bird, it's a plane, it's... a superhero?! When a teenage Wesen decides to use his abilities to become a real life superhero, Nick is forced into protecting the protector who finds himself in over his head.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Tim Seeley, art by Daniel Leister, covers by Stefano Caselli, Tim Seeley, Ben Templesmith

Cassie and Ash must use the Necronimicon to travel back in time to Ancient Greece to prevent the Army of Darkness from aiding the alchemist Akakios! Are they ready for the debauchery of the Bacchanalians, and lots of olive oil?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brandon Jerwa, art by Patrick Berkenkotter, cover by Fabiano Neves, Lucio Parrillo

Vampirella's new leadership role in the monster world has been as much a catalyst for division as it has for unity. Even with her recent victories, there are some who believe she's heading down the wrong path...and Adam Van Helsing has decided that it's time to let her know. Honesty is the key to a healthy relationship, right?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Nate Cosby, art by Jose LuÌs, cover by Johnny Desjardins.

Bullets, blades and bombs? No sweat. Vampirella is a near-unstoppable long as she doesn't fall in love. Can V discover the truth about her former southern flame, and solve the mystery of his murdered fiancee? Or will she fall for his charms...and sacrifice everything?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, art by Max Dunbar, cover by Bill Tortolini

Attention, Box-Mart Shoppers. There is a sale on brains, guts and other viscera in aisles two, twelve, twenty, thirty-four, eighty-six, a hundred and three, and ... well, all aisles really, because this entire store has been taken over by the Mocking Dead!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Abnett, art by Dietrich Smith, cover by Colton Worley.

The beginning of a staggering -- and terrifying -- new story arc. The Galactica leads the fleet into an uncharted storm zone to escape the Cylons, but what dark secrets await them there? Are the dreams the Colonial crews start experiencing genuine dreams of the lost colony Earth, or nightmares of something very different?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by George R.R. Martin, Daniel Abraham, Tommy Patterson, cover by Mike S. Miller.

To the victors belong the spoils: thus has it always been for the savage nomads of the Dothraki. But when Daenerys finds that the spoils include helpless women, she intercedes -- triggering angry dissension between Khal Drogo and his men. Drogo's word is law... yet the strange ways of his Targaryen bride undercut his authority. Now wounded, Drogo is weaker still. Yet help comes from an unexpected quarter: among the rescued women, a healer steps forward, eager to repay her debt.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Wagner Reis, cover by Joe Jusko, Lucio Parrillo

John Carter is hunted, hounded and on the run from the brutal tyrant laying waste to the Red Planet. At last, Carter and his family discover the tyrant's true identity, but they're no closer to stopping his campaign of planet-wide slaughter. The tyrant kidnaps Carter's son, in a bid to lure Carter out into the open, only to discover Carthoris is a chip off the old block. Soon, very soon, the tables are turned.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Robert Place Napton, art by Carlos Rafael, cover by Jay Anacleto, Fabiano Neves

Recently, Dejah discovered she had an older brother she never knew existed. Bent by his harsh upbringing as a slave, Kajak Thoris is determined to destroy the family that he feels should have been rightfully his. Will Dejah have to spill her family's blood in order to save it?!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carroll, art by Eman Casallos, cover by Colton Worley.

It seems that Jennifer Blood has gone to ground... Good news for the public, not so good for the news teams desperate to keep the story fresh. One crew, determined to scoop their rivals, decide that if a story can't be found, maybe they should create their own.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Eric Trautmann, art by Milton Estevam, cover by Joseph Michael Linsner Lady Rawhide faces off against AdÈlina, leader of the Sisters of the White Rose. But all around them, forces loyal to the corrupt governor draw nearer, bent on killing everyone who stands against them. New alliances are formed, secrets revealed, and the final battle against oppression is about to begin...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeremy Holt, F. Wesley Schneider, art by Christian Meesey, Jainai Jeffries , cover by Christian Meesey.

In "The Gobbling Goblin", as a small band of goblin's forage for food, one of them tells the legend of Kronkshaft -- a cautionary tale of one goblin's ambition to eat the impossible, and the humorous series of events that his insatiable hunger gets him into. And in "Horsechopper", everyone knows that goblins hate horses, even going so far as to craft vicious weapons called "horsechoppers." So what happens when a pair of unsuspecting goblins suddenly come face to face with their worst nightmare one day? A darkly comic spin on a survival horror tale!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jim Zub, art by Kevin Stokes, cover by Carlos Gomez.

Magnimar is a city of mythic architecture and colorful occupants. When Merisiel and Kyra decide to 'hit the town' and explore their new home, they end up with more trouble than they bargained for - cutthroat thieves, betrayal, swashbuckling swordplay and much more are found in this super-sized story that couldn't be contained in the regular Pathfinder series.

40 pages, $4.99.


Written by David Liss, art by Ivan Rodriguez, cover by Colton Worley.

Finale issue! It's the series finale, and Wentworth must take on the greatest threat to the New York: Wentworth Industries! With his back to the wall, his family business in criminal hands, and his allies gone, the Spider has never been more desperate ñ or more dangerous. This is the thrilling, exploding, guns-a-blazing series conclusion that will change the character forever!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Raicht, art by Nacho Tenorio, cover by Francesco Francavilla

Final issue! It is a turning point in the lives of the residents of Collinwood. Reeling from the aftermath of their confrontation with Dark Barnabas and his family of vampires, no one has been left unscathed. With no place else to turn, and little hope of surviving another vampire encounter, Willie is forced to call in help from the most unlikely of sources... vampire hunters.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ande Parks, art by Esteve Polls, cover by Francesco Francavilla.

Blizzard! On their way across the endless plains of Kansas, Tonto and The Lone Ranger are caught in the snowstorm of the century. In addition to the snow, the West's greatest heroes must battle a band of cold-blooded killers and a case of pneumonia. The old west wasn't always high noon, a bright sun and dust. Sometimes it was midnight, a full moon and pure white for as far as the eye could see. The snow of the plains will be stained with blood by the end of this long night for The Lone Ranger.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Gaffen, Kyle McVey, art by Jose Malaga, cover by Photo.

Set in the world of the acclaimed NBC series, Grimm, by the show creators themselves! Homicide Detective Nick Burkhardt, joined by his mother Kelly, Hank, and Monroe, uncover family secrets long buried during their adventure in Europe. Hunted by Verrat soldiers, their quest to destroy the Coins of Zakynthos reveals dark secrets and promises death for a member of the cast!

132 pages, $19.99.


Written by Mark Waid, art by Daniel Indro, Ronilson Freire, cover by Paolo Rivera The Green Hornet faces the most dangerous enemy in the his long and storied career: his egotistical and arrogant alter-ego, Britt Reid! A journalist with great influence in his city, Reid takes on the public persona of a social crusader, but he's far too sure of himself and his judgment. When he finally oversteps his bounds, an innocent man pays a terrible price... and the legend of the Green Hornet may be forever tarnished! From the mind of superstar writer Mark Waid (Kingdom Come) comes a new era for the classic pulp hero!

160 pages, $19.99.


Written by Rob Williams, art by Jack Herbert, Marcio Abreu, cover by Alex Ross

Miss Fury, the original pulp heroine, returns! When the costumed adventurer foils a wartime plot by Nazi agents, a scientific mishap catapults her forward through time... or so it seems. Has she truly been propelled into the Washington, D.C. of the year 2013, where the Third Reich reigns supreme? Or is she merely the victim of a mental breakdown, a delusional witness to decades of bloodshed from World War II through the far-flung future? Whether lost in time or driven crazy, one thing is clear -- Miss Fury simmers with rage, and those responsible will face her fearsome power!

144 pages, $19.99.


Written by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, art by Cezar Razek, cover by Alex Ross.

The original Battlestar Galactica returns in an all-new, star-spanning adventure, celebrating the 35th anniversary of its original sci-fi TV airing! Overwhelmed by a surprise Cylon assault, the crew of the Battlestar Galactica turns to forbidden temporal weapons as their desperate last resort. However, the experimental technology backfires, throwing two Viper pilots, Apollo and Starbuck, into an alternate reality where their beloved capital ship never existed. In a universe without the Galactica... the Cylons rule supreme! Can Apollo and Starbuck survive the brutality of the Cylon overlords and return home?

128 pages, $19.99.


Written by Howard Chaykin, Bill DuBay, Roger McKenzie, various, art by Richard Corben, Jose Gonzalez, Esteban Maroto, Ramon Torrents, various, cover by Enrich.

Vampirella, the alluring icon of horror comics, bids you welcome! The raven-haired hostess guides you through over thirty classic tales of terror and suspense, reprinted from issues #50-56 of the celebrated 1970s Vampirella Magazine. Visionary creators including Jose Gonzalez, Howard Chaykin, and Richard Corben grace these pages with such spine-chilling tales as, "Rise of the Undead," "Bowser," "Call Me Pantha," "Dr. Wrighter's Asylum of Horror," and "The Headless Horseman."

328 pages, $49.99.


Written by Eric Trautmann, art by Marcio Abreu, Edgar Salazar, cover by Walter Geovani

Red Sonja, heroine for hire, is drawn to the jade kingdom of Khitai with the promise of riches beyond belief. A land of rigid honor codes and fanatical warriors loyal to a god-emperor, Khitai is the perfect place for a master swordswoman to ply her trade. But when honor demands she aids the fabled land's most revered warrior in conflict against an ancient creature of limitless power, can Sonja save this jade kingdom from running red with blood?

128 pages, $19.99.

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