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Written by Garth Ennis, art by Christian Zanier, covers by Christian Zanier, Matt Martin, Jacen Burrows.

The most highly anticipated Crossed story ever is finally here! Garth Ennis -- the creator of Crossed, returns to the miserable world he created to take us all the way back to the beginning with an unforgettable tale of the fabric of society unraveling. From the first issue of Crossed fans have wondered how it all began. Was it an act of god? Did it begin as a man-made bio-weapon? Is it the final evolution of human kind? Now, after more than five years of horror, Ennis reveals his "Patient Zero" in this seven part epic drawn by Christian Zanier.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Simon Spurrier, David Hine, art by Rafa Ortiz, German Erramouspe, Gabriel Andrade, covers by Rafa Ortiz (SC), Jacen Burrows (HC).

Two of the hottest names in horror deliver three tales of terror in this volume of vile repulsions! Simon Spurrier spins the mad tale of the insane survivalist from Crossed: Wish You Were Here -- Jackson! And from the Badlands vault comes Spurrier's Crossed tale of hippies meet grindhouse terror like you've never experienced in "American Quitters." Finally, an epic from the first hours of the Crossed outbreak in Japan as David Hine releases the "Gore Angels." What happens when an abused manga artist in a traditional Japanese home must not only face grinning Crossed devils but also the men that sexually attacked her? The result is a tale of misery and vengeance made reality! Crossed Volume 8 TP collects #37-43 of the Crossed: Badlands series and the Crossed 2013 Annual. Also available in Hardcover.

192 pages, softcover, $19.99; 192 pages hardcover, $27.99.


These value-priced Crossed Logo T-Shirts are just in time for C-Day! Featuring the iconic logo and bloody cross, these stylish tees will look good on the hordes of fans descending upon retailers for the 2014 C-Day events! Available in MED, LG, XL, and XXL sizes.

MD-XL T-Shirt, $9.99; XXL T-Shirt, $13.99.


Written by Simon Spurrier, art byRafael Ortiz, covers by Jacen Burrows, Rafa Ortiz, Gabriel Andrade.

Ah, the English countryside! Tweeting birds, friendly vicars, crumpets and jam: the peaceful rural idyll. The cow's in the dairy, the dog's in his bed and there's a fat asthmatic kid hiding up the old tower. Also: a mob of Crossed lurking near the duckpond ñ quaint and friendly sadists who want nothing but to eat your face off and violate your skull ñ and nobody but the withered old farmer's wife to stop them. Problem is, she's Crossed too. And insane. Can old Wheezy play them all off against each other long enough to escape?

40 pages, $5.99.


Written by David Hine, art by Tomas Aira, covers by Jacen Burrows.

The hedonistic late 1970s is the perfect backdrop for the next evolution in the classic Night of the Living Dead series! DAVID HINE continues a horrifyingly original take on the zombie menace as the virus spreads through Las Vegas leaving it a city of the dead. As a group of unlikely survivors flee east, they encounter something more sinister even than the reanimated corpses that seem intent on finding and dining upon the ragtag refugees. For locked away in a secure military facility they discover that true horror is bred by the living much more efficiently than the dead. But hidden within the misery is the unthinkable -- an anomaly that could lead to a zombie vaccine. This collection includes issues #7 - 12 of the Night of the Living Dead: Aftermath series.

160 pages, $19.99.


Written by Kieron Gillen, art by Gabriel Andrade, covers by Caanan White, Gabriel Andrade

For the first time ever, Gillen is unveiling the origin and first missions of Sieglinde and the German Battleships! The German war machine has been developing the most powerful weapons ever fashioned. Their Battleship class Ubers are like living atom bombs annihilating every obstacle in their paths. But they were once humans, and it takes more than power to make a monster, so what could have forged such cold, murderous beasts?

40 pages, $5.99.

UBER #11

Written by Kieron Gillen, art byCaanan White, covers by Caanan White, Michael Dipascale.

The explosive end of the second arc turns everything you know upside down! This issue is what this has all been building towards - Hitler's secret plan, Churchill's massive new ‹bers, and a stunning assault that threatens to change the face of the war. Prepare for one jaw-dropping shock after another as Kieron Gillen's masterpiece rockets into high-gear!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Wolfer, art byGabriel Rearte, covers by Gabriel Rearte, Mike Wolfer.

The monthly adventures of William Gravel continue! Pressed into military service after his release from prison, Gravel finds that much has changed since his incarceration. Not only has the Combat Magician program for which he once instructed been practically abandoned by the British S.A.S., but the recruits who graduated the program have been less than stellar applicants, and none of them properly trained. Meanwhile, one man has turned the Tokyo subway system into his own personal abattoir, and it appears to be done using combat magic!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Garth Ennis, art and cover by Michael Dipascale.

Is there nowhere a group of canine best friends can call home in the new world order? Even outside the confides of the chaotic and bloody cities, Charlie and his pals Rover and Red face terrors that no dog should have to. Three likeable companions attempt to find their way in a world that has literally gone to the dogs.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Costa, art by Juan Frigeri, covers by Jacen Burrows, German Nobile.

Armageddon is upon us as Mike Costa continues the war of the divine with all new bi-weekly issues of God is Dead! The World is at peace with Mother Earth Gaia the sole survivor of the epic war. But a new resistance sets their sites on gods from the hidden pantheons to form a coalition to attack Gaia. But with more gods returning can this be trading one master for many? Jonathan Hickman's unique vision of a world literally facing divine destruction roars on with new ravages from the gods of old.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Costa, art by Juan Frigeri, covers by Jacen Burrows, German Nobile.

Man's hubris truly does know no bounds. Albert has negotiated a coalition of gods to turn their wrath upon Gaia in an attempt at breaking her hold on the world. But can his sight be truly that finite to not recognize the tsunami of misery his actions may bring down upon the world? And as the titans prepare to battle for dominance, Ivy finds the shocking secret that turned a group of scientists into the gods that would inherit the Earth!

32 pages, $3.99.

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