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Written by Chris Roberson, art by Bilquis Evely, cover(s) by Alex Ross, Stephen Segovia

In 1933, readers were first introduced to Doc Savage, the Man of Bronze. Raised from the cradle to be the pinnacle of mental and physical perfection, Doc Savage travels the world using science and sinews to right wrongs, aid the oppressed, and liberate the innocent. With his team of able associates at their headquarters high atop the tallest building in the world, Doc Savage is tireless in his pursuit of knowledge and justice. Writer Chris Roberson brings Doc Savage from 1933 through to today. And with "Easter eggs" along the way that will help pave the future of Doc.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Roy Thomas, Bruce Jones, art and cover by Frank Thorne.

Celebrate the seminal work of legendary fantasy illustrator Frank Thorne with this gorgeous hardcover collection, presenting for the first time the actual storyboard artwork from his complete 1976 run of swords-and-sorcery icon Red Sonja appearances in the Marvel Feature comic book series. Scanned in high-resolution color and printed at original size, Frank Thorne's Red Sonja Art Edition preserves every detail of the artist's meticulous skill and hard work, while simultaneously presenting a complete storyline for the enjoyment of longtime She-Devil fans.

120 pages, black and white, $150 (Frank Thorne signed edition, $300).


Written by Gail Simone, art by Walter Geovani, covers by Jenny Frison, Jill Thompson, Stephanie Buscema.

The culmination to the bloody war of vengeance waged between two former sisters of the sword, Dark Annisia and Red Sonja! Annisia has done something no other god nor demon has been able to do, force Sonja to her knees in surrender. But Sonja returns, a changed woman, and she has a mighty score to settle! The climax to the entire Queen of Plagus saga is here!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Gail Simone, Tamora Pierce, Meljean Brooks, art by Jack Jadson, Cassandra James, Mel Rubi, covers by Jay Anacleto, Frank Thorne.

The LEGENDS continue, in this 40th anniversary spectacular mini-series, featuring short stories by the best female writers of prose, games and comics, and a wraparound story by Sonja's series writer, Gail Simone! In this issue, a young girl's life is changed forever by a chance meeting with the She-Devil, in a thrilling story by the best-selling TITAN of fantasy novels, TAMORA PIERCE, and an old rivalry is remembered in a powerful story by acclaimed dark fantasy romance author MELJEAN BROOKS! And all the while, Red Sonja is pursued across the land by the deadly assassins, the GREY RIDERS!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

A mysterious fighter comes to Ash's aid and helps him get away from Wiseman and the Deadites. There's a new wrinkle in the action though. Ash figures out that a key item has gone missing and if he survives the City of the Dead, he might be able to get home in one piece. Two at the most.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Tommy Yune, art by Elmer Damaso, cover by Tommy Yune.

Part 1 of 5. Two of the greatest anime legends of all time are about to collide in one epic saga! The Lion Force team faces the return of a mysterious ancient adversary that could jeopardize the very existence of Voltron itself. The repercussions threaten to reach across the fabric of time and space, all the way to Earth. How will Roy Fokker and the Skull Squadron cope with such a new menace, especially with the Zentraedi looming over Macross Island? What opportunities will King Lotor pursue in a crisis like this?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brandon Thomas, art by N. Steven Harris, cover by Sean Chen.

Can the Voltron Force pilots survive their deadliest challenge yet: the menace of five evil lions, capable of forming an exact copy of Voltron? It's been ten months since the death of the nefarious King Zarkon and the fall of Planet Doom. Now, Prince Lotor -- heir to Zarkon's throne and one of the galaxy's most wanted terrorists -- has returned with a promise to disarm his forces and make peace. While the Galaxy Alliance welcomes him with diplomacy, Commander Keith Kogane can't shake the feeling that something is wrong... a suspicion proven correct when a near-indestructible Voltron double appears and lays waste to Earth's moon! How will Keith convince his friends that Lotor is responsible, when Planet Doom itself is the evil Voltron's next target? Collects issues #7-12.

152 pages, $19.99.


Written by Jai Nitz, art by JosÈ Malaga, cover by Greg Smallwood.

Check out this new mini-series based on the NBC show! Follow Portland Detective Nick Burkhardt on his adventures as a cop and as a monster-hunting Grimm. Nick and his partner Hank have to put a stop to a fixed basketball game that will keep the hometown team out of the playoffs. But the stakes are even higher when Nick finds a dangerous Wesen at the heart of the case.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Gaffen, Kyle McVey, art by Rod Rodolfo, cover(s) by Lucio Parrillo, photo.

We flashback to Aunt Marie as she spends her final Christmas battling the cancer that is rapidly ravaging her body while a sinister force battles for her soul. Face to face with her mortality, she reflects on her own choices as a Grimm and learns that not everything is jolly during the holidays.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jim Butcher, Mark Powers, art by Joseph Cooper, cover by Ardian Syaf.

Harry Dresden, a Chicago private investigator and wizard, heads to a small, isolated Missouri town terrorized by Nevernever monsters. The singularly unfortunate Talbot family has suffered a curse that has decimated their number for generations, and only our hero can save them... that is, if he can survive hostile lawmen, the dark secrets of townsfolk, an ancient guardian spirit, and two deadly carnivores! Can Dresden cleanse the Talbot bloodline of its curse without a blood sacrifice of his own? Collects the complete six-issue comic book series.

152 pages, $24.99.


Written by David Liss, art by Daniel Indro, cover by Francesco Francavilla.

Professor James Moriarty has faced his arch rival, Sherlock Holmes, above Reichenbach Falls, where they have both plummeted to their doom. Or have they? Washed ashore in a strange town in Switzerland, Moriarty is alone, penniless, and without his network of thieves. Will his cunning and guile be enough against a foe more ruthless than Holmes himself? It's one of the greatest villains of all time as you've never seen him!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Abnett, art by Cezar Razek, cover by Colton Worley.

"Dreams of the Thirteenth" continues! The Galactica has led the fleet into an uncharted storm zone to escape the Cylons, but danger awaits. Haunted by chilling dreams of the lost colony of Earth, the crews of the fleet encounter a vast and mysterious artifact at the heart of the storm. Sensors report that the Cylons have pursued the fleet into the storm. Which is the greatest threat: what lies ahead or what snaps at their heels?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Tony Lee, Eman Casallos, covers by Sean Chen.

The origin of Lt. Starbuck continues! Two years before the attack on Cimtar, Starbuck has hit rock bottom - but when a clue to the Cylon spy behind the attack on Umbra appears, Starbuck finally has a chance to gain justice for his parents. Can Starbuck and Apollo find the spy before the Cylons stop them?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, art and cover by Marc Laming, cover by Ramon Perez.

The Cobra has engineered the most devastating event to hit planet Earth in millennia! The world is under siege from the forces of a nightmare land, and only Flash Gordon, Mandrake The Magician and The Phantom know how to battle the hordes of Mongo! But they're spread thin and time isn't on their side...even Cobra doesn't realize what he's unleashed and now faces a life of servitude... to Ming The Merciless!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Operative 1001 has managed to locate the hidden headquarters of the shadowy organization that is driving the world to the brink of war. But even if he manages to rescue Operator 5 and the other prisoners, what then? Locating the enemy is one thing, but stopping the enemy's plan is something else entirely. And what of the mysterious Dr. Thorpe? Is the scientist behind the doppelganger procedure more than he appears to be?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Arvid Nelson, art by Roberto Castro, covers by Alex Ross, Jose Malaga.

John Carter and the mighty ape-man face off in a fight to the death before thousands of their howling, bloodthirsty enemies. Even if our two heroes survive each other, their foes have a nasty little surprise in store for them... actually, make that a nasty big surprise! But there's a little twist in store for everyone, something no one, not even John Carter or the ape-man, could have foreseen.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Roberson, Giovanni Timpano, covers by Alex Ross, Cris Bolson, Dennis Calero

The Shadow's search for the secret of the girasol has lead him from the concrete canyons of New York City, to the snowy wastes of Siberia, and now to the peaks of the Himalayas, the fabled Roof of the World. But will he find the answers he seeks there or only his own death?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The Shadow is wounded, penniless and on the run. He's down, but he's not out. Khan's assassins move in for the kill, but the Shadow knows it's a mistake to count him out. Meanwhile, Khan's plans are further revealed as he makes new alliances in New York's underworld. The deadly battle begins as the greatest pulp hero and villain of all time make their plans and set their traps.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The Black Sparrow and Miss Fury are a team-up that makes Thelma & Louise look like a couple of girl scouts selling cookies. They've got wind of a long-hidden, secret Templar treasure, but they need the man with the clues to help them find it. That man just happens to be under police guard and unconscious in a Newport hospital, a Mowhawk Indian with a past. The ladies decide to break him out of the hospital, and they don't go about it gently.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Waid, art by Ronilson Freire, covers by Paolo Rivera, Jonathan Lau.

The Hornet's "criminal empire" has expanded--and now he's on the radar of J. Edgar Hoover! The Green Hornet is Public Enemy Number One! Targeted by the law and organized crime, not even Britt Reid's fortune can buy Hornet and Kato out of this fix!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rob Williams, art by Marcio Abreu, covers by Billy Tan, Ardian Syaf, Colton Worley, Dennis Calero.

"Philadelphia," part 1 of 2. With Miss Fury now working undercover as The Pharaoh of Time's chief assassin, she is sent to a Philadelphia shipyard to murder a nuclear physicist who could become a time travel threat. But that physicist is working on The Philadelphia Experiment! In the battle that follows, Miss Fury and the crew of the USS Eldridge find themselves thrown through time... into a naval battle unlike any seen before. Can Miss Fury save the scientific mind that could finally end the time war?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Rahner, art by Lui Antonio, cover by Jay Anacleto.

Under cover as a slave. Unrecognizable with her hair chopped short. Dejah Thoris goes deeper on a dangerous mission with her secret, brutal force of six Tharks. They make a magnificent seven, but will they all make it out alive? And should they all?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

John Carter blunders into a trap set by the brutal tyrant laying waste to the Red Planet. But in doing so, the tyrant unwittingly reveals his greatest secret and only weakness. It's just what Carter and his family need to strike back -- if they survive.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

In part 2 of 2, Dejah Thoris and her renegade brother, the twisted Kajak Thoris, circle toward their final confrontation. The lives of her entire family hang in the balance as events from the past collide with the present to dictate the future of Helium's royal family!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Bob Greenberger, art by Alex Ross, J. Scott Campbell, Art Adams, Paul Renaud, Lucio Parrillo, Francesco Francavilla, various, cover by Joe Jusko.

Since the first serialized adventures in 1912 of the Martian Princess Dejah Thoris and her beloved hero, John Carter, science fiction and fantasy enthusiasts have dreamed of the faraway Red Planet, its wondrous sights and monstrous perils. Fans and fine art lovers need dream no longer! In hundreds of full-color illustrations, the finest artists of modern fantasy have brought the dying world of Mars to life, depicting scenes of brutal conflict with alien beasts, quiet moments overlooking Martian wastes, and enticing visions of an exotic princess at her most intimate. This magnificent hardcover collection features the talents of Alex Ross, J. Scott Campbell, Joe Jusko, Art Adams, Paul Renaud, Lucio Parillo, Francesco Francavilla, and many more!

Collecting all of the covers from: Warlord of Mars #1-30; Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris #1-30; Warlord of Mars: Fall of Barsoom; Warriors of Mars; Dejah Thoris and the White Apes of Mars; Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #1-10.

320 pages, $39.99.


Written by Jesse Snyder, art by Jason Craig, cover by Ardian Syaf.

Ernest Fairchild was a kind, gentle soul... until one day something snapped, leading him to launch the most notorious killing spree in American history! What led an ordinary boy to become a leather-clad angel of death? How does he wield such blasphemous power? And what is the sinister secret behind the foul-mouthed, smiley-face button that incites him to kill? The founding fiend of Chaos Comics is back, reinvented for a new generation! Collects Dynamite Entertainment's complete six-issue comic book storyline!

176 pages, $19.99.


Written by Nate Cosby, art by Jose Luis, covers by Johnny Desjardins, photo.

Love, blood, rage and death. The heartbreaking conclusion to Vampirella's misadventures in Mississippi. Her former lover wants to murder her, and her own body is shutting down from a mystical wound. For the first time, all Vampirella has to rely on... is faith.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brandon Jerwa, art by Heubert Kahn Michael, covers by Fabiano Neves, Lucio Parrillo.

Lilith's been keeping a secret, and she's not the only one. When the truth comes to light, will Vampirella give her mother the benefit of the doubt... especially if Lilith's secret concerns some of Vampi's most sinister enemies? The answers to some lingering questions await within this issue!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Rahner, art by Randy Valiente, covers by Chris Bolson.

Vampirella meets "Baxter" ñ a serial killer with a code, who only preys on other killers. But why are there so many other serial killers cropping up in Miami? How does Baxter keep escaping so many close calls with the people he works with ñ who are all police detectives? And what's it all building to?

40 pages, $4.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, art by Max Dunbar, covers by Bill Tortolini, Max Dunbar.

DIA agents Bunch and Malik at last arrive at the estate where the long-lost print of The Mocking Dead movie can be found ... but is it in time to save a world already unraveling at the seams from the threat of the Zeds?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Buccellato, art by Ronan Cliquet, covers by Jae Lee, Billy Tan.

The city government tries to pick up the pieces following the tragic climax of the police kidnappings. Looking to assess blame, the District Attorney sets his sights on The Black Bat. And as Carol faces the repercussions of her actions, she turns to Tony Quinn for help.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Oscar Blute betrayed Jen, took her children and left her for dead. Now, Oscar's violent, brutal past is unveiled as he flees America and makes his way to the Blute family home in Europe, where his past is waiting to catch up with his future.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carroll, art by Igor Vitorino, cover by Mike Mayhew.

After her gangster uncles killed her parents, Jessica Blute survived only by faking her own death. With a new identity, she distanced herself from her past, got married, and raised a family. Then, many years later, she sought out her uncles and delivered brutal, bloody justice! What triggered the transformation of a sweet, loving, domestic goddess into a cold-hearted killing machine? Prepare yourself for the story of Jessie Blute's lost years... and how her alter-ego Jennifer Blood came to act out the ultimate revenge fantasy!

152 pages, $19.99.


Written by Eric Trautmann, art by Milton Estevam, covers by Joseph Michael Linsner.

The final battle for the heart and soul of Old Mexico begins! Lady Rawhide has fought for the people a relentless battle against corruption and oppression--along the way becoming a folk hero to the countless citizens she's aided. But with the mercenary forces of Yanqui silver and rail barons on the march, the soldiers of the corrupt governor crushing any who stand before them, and a violent band of female vigilantes fighting a war against them all, is this Lady Rawhide's last ride?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Eric Trautmann, Larry White, art by Kevin Stokes, Adam Moore, cover(s) by Kevin Stokes, Adam Moore.

Our Goblins! series winds down to a close with two more glorious stories of goblin lore! In "The Ballad of Ak" we follow the rapid rise and fall of Ak, a chief's assistant who is bullied and disrespected by the rest of his tribe. And in "Legendary", the misadventures of Muttonchomp and his goblin dog are proclaimed by the campfire. This is a tale of a goblin's meteoric rise to infamy alongside his "faithful" companion!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Rainmaker! Nothing was more deadly in the hard life of Old West pioneers than drought. The Lone Ranger and Tonto find themselves embroiled in a violent standoff between the farmers and Native Americans after a con man passing himself off as a shaman promises rain and fails to deliver. How much will The Ranger sacrifice to prevent a bloodbath? Another action-packed single-issue story featuring the West's most iconic heroes.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Drogo is dying of his wounds. Daenerys will do anything to save him, even if it means embracing forbidden blood magic. But such spells carry a deadly price and, as the pregnant Dany is about to learn, that price can be far harder to bear than any graveside grieving. Now Sansa Stark, still betrothed to the mad young King Joffrey, yet no longer in love with him, finds herself as much a prisoner as Lord Eddard was, facing a fate as cruel and capricious... and as final.

32 pages, $3.99.

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