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HIT: 1957 #1

Written by Bryce Carlson, art by Vanesa R. Del Rey, covers by Vanesa R. Del Rey, Trevor Hairsine.

Crime is down in Los Angeles -- at least, on the surface. Mickey Cohen has been quiet since his release from prison and the LAPD has seemingly regained control of the city. But the underground is a different story. Det. Harvey Slater and company have spent the last two years focused on Domino and his Syndicate's unrelenting infiltration, but no matter how many people the hit squad kills the real fight for Los Angeles rages on. Meanwhile, Slater's being hounded by Internal Affairs, Bonnie Brae is missing, and everything is falling apart at the seams.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jimmy Palmiotti, Matt Brady, art by Dominike "Domo" Stanton, covers by Amanda Conner, Jay Shaw.

After working the same convention circuit for many years, a group of flabby action heroes, aging sex symbols, and sci-fi bit players have become close friends as they watch their lines get shorter and their autographs get cheaper. That is, until they hire a cocky new booking agent who offers them their only chance at a comfortable retirement by robbing one of the largest cons in the country!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Justin Jordan, art by Ariela Kristantina, cover by Matt Taylor.

John Harrow doesn't exist, and his job is to make sure that other things don't exist, too. At any given time, the government is running dozens ofblack book operations, experiments that aren't on any official record and are never acknowledged to exist. Most of the time, they go as expected and the public is never the wiser. John Harrow's job is to handle them when they don't, and do anything to make sure the government's secrets stay just that--secret. Collects issues #1-4.

112 pages, $9.99.


Written by Ryan Ferrier, art by Devaki Neogi, cover by Devaki Neogi.

Lines have been crossed and The Wrath has kidnapped one of The Fever. Now that Betty has given King Charles the perfect excuse to start a turf war, any old rules and truces have been called off. Machette Betty will have to make a decision -- the safety of her town or the life of one of her own?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Michael Moreci, Tim Daniel, art by Colin Lorimer, cover by Colin Lorimer.

Just as Dana learns a secret about Aban that upends the murder investigation, the tensions between the Iraqi populace and the Verge PMC reach a fever pitch, giving the killer a perfect opportunity to strike.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ed Brisson, art by Damian Couceiro, cover by Damian Couceiro.

Samara and the other prisoners who managed to survive the Pagurani attack on the T-Towers are stranded on the battlefield, but they'll need to find a way to trust one another before they can hope to find a transport to safety. They just better hope it happens before their Punch clocks hit zero...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Lynch, Ryan North (back-up short), art byJerry Gaylord, Ian McGinty (back-up short), covers by Felipe Smith.

Following the time-traveling historic epic of Excellent Adventure and the turbulent life and death of Bogus Journey, Bill and Ted must now fulfill their destiny as the inspiration for galactic harmony! How can someone hate the Wyld Stallyns as much as the evil Chuck De Nomolos? With the power of time travel, Bill and Ted set their sights on turning a young 27th-century Nomolos' non-non-heinous attitude into something most outstanding and metal!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Max Bemis, art by Ransom Getty, Andrea Mutti, cover by Jay Shaw.

The sands are shifting in America's public consciousness. One action has torn the country apart in a debate over the meaning ofright and wrong, and Reese Greenwood is not about to stand by as the American people support the rantings of a mad man. Told through the perspective of an underground rapper with a political bone to pick, Max Bemis' gripping story explores a scenario in which we watch modern society gradually evolve into an evil empire. Collects issues #1-4.

112 pages, $14.99.


Written by Christopher Sebela, art by Diego Baretto, covers by Declan Shalvey, Riley Rossmo.

As the USPF army comes down on the seceded nation ofFlorida, Snake is forced to take up arms for the twins. Little does he know that all is going according to plan. With an invasion in full swing, the end game is put into action. Time to ready the nukes.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by George Perez.

As the Sirens finally come face-to-face with the forces that imprisoned and scattered them across time, another complication arises: a zombie invasion ofEarth!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Michael Moreci, art by Dan McDaid, cover by Christopher Mitten.

As Caesar learns the value of sacrificing a few for the many, Koba will be forced to confront Pope and his militia of apes. On the other side of the world, with his son kidnapped and wife fading with every hour, Malcolm has one chance to make things right before it all comes crashing down around him.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by John Carpenter, Eric Powell, art by Brian Churilla, covers by Brian Churilla.

While Egg and Wong battle for Jack's soul in the streets of Chinatown, Jack must find a way to make secure his own escape and back-stab Lo Pan in the process. When you get stuck in the Hell of No Return and your worst enemy is the only help you got, then you know your name is Jack Burton.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by William Harms, art by Giovanni Valletta, cover by Frazer Irving.

New Life gave the world eternal life, but now their hold on society is breaking down and chaos will reign. Amidst the turmoil, former New Life agent Rathmann and his ward Violet try to find peace, but what sacrifice will Rathmann have to make for Violet's future?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins, art and cover by Ramon Bachs.

As the fabric of reality tears apart, Frankie and Simon must confront the man responsible as his master plan for dominance threatens storytelling itself. Unfortunately, with an army of characters from every which genre at his disposal and unlimited power at his fingertips, this bad guy isn't going down without a fight.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Matt Gagnon, Michael Alan Nelson, art and cover by Brian Stelfreeze.

Justice by Day has finally arrived as David Reid faces offagainst Jacob the Burner in a ritualistic battle to the death with the fate of Azalea and the entire Virgo family hanging in the balance. The end is drawing near -- will David's cane join the ranks of fallen Day Men gracing the walls of Virgo Mansion?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Michael Alan Nelson, art and cover by Dan Mora.

Madame Cymbaline's actions were designed to force Lucifer to act, but what Lucifer does in response will shock both friend and ally alike as she pushes her powers to their absolute limit in an all-out assault on Graeae Towers.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Joshua Williamson, Dennis Culver, art by Alejandro Aragon, cover by Carlos Magno.

Killian is a murderous criminal in the eyes of the law but he has gained status among the people of Detroit as their brave new savior. Now they set their sights on RoboCop!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Christopher Sebela, art and cover by Chris Visions.

After expanding the gang war through the boroughs and into every area of Here, Sam Whistler is faced with a choice: Does he attempt to unite the various factions under the banner to claim Here's independence, or does he search for God, and with that, perhaps a way back home?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by James Tynion IV, art and cover by Michael Dialynas.

Sanami and the Hunters finally reach the school and see the complete state of chaos that has been spawning since their arrival to the planet. Back at New London, Adrian has finally made his arrival. With the army gone, nothing stands in the way of him and the black stone...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Andreyko, art by Emmanuel Xerx Javier, Devmalya Pramanik, cover by Christopher Mitten.

Rebuilding Midian has been no easy feat for Cabal and his people. But as the world of Nightbreed grows, the world will have to either embrace the dark or snuff the very existence of the Breed once and for all.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Max Bemis, art by Victor Santos, cover by Jay Shaw

After years of cold war, Reese and Sam finally meet, and Julia is less than pleased. Meanwhile, Kara plays out her balancing act of wrangling information from the EE as a spy for the resistance. But how long can she keep up the act before someone catches onto her facade?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ryan Ferrier, art byMat"as Bergara, cover by Toni Infante.

New story arc! When Bobby's estranged nephew rolls into Charming, he seems like a promising Prospect. However, when it comes to the Sons ofAnarchy, one mistake is all it takes to fall from grace...and into violence.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carey, art by Elena Casagrande, cover by Stephanie Hans.

With two Earths pitted in direct conflict, Requiem and his daughter Terza must find a way to bury their bloodlust long enough to save the people they've come to care for the most: their family.

32 pages, $3.99.



Written and art by David Petersen, Skottie Young, Mark Buckingham, Hannah Christenson, cover by David Petersen.

Once again, mice of all furs and trades have gathered at the June Alley Inn to swap tales of courage, adventure, and craftsmanship. The storytellers can't help but try to outdo one another, as the mouse who tells the best tale gets their bar tab cleared.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Josh Tierney, art by Afu Chan, cover by Afu Chan.

There's a rumor on Cityship Q that the gigantic body ofa dead god was found floating in space. Rell, an agent woking for the HaloGen organization, is tasked with finding the location of the god and retrieving it by any means necessary. Using her ability to form hyper-realistic holograms, Rell is about to take on the first mission she might not be able to finish.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Arthur De Pins, art and cover by Arthur De Pins.

For centuries, the square crab has only been able to move side-to-side in one direction. But some brave crabs decide it's time for revolution! A few ofthe brave crustaceans in an estuary on the French coastline decide it's time to try and actually turn for once, but what does their evolution revolution mean for the human race?

112 pages, $19.99.


Written by Swifty Lang, art and cover by Skuds McKinley.

As the band ofpirates begins to discover just how horrific the situation is on their new ship, one of the few survivors from the vessel emerges with a possible way out, but it may already be too late...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Jorge Corona.

Betrayal comes from all sides as Poe's new friendship with Bianca creates chaos in the Maze, and the pair discover they may have even fewer allies than they thought in their race to the heart ofthe City.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Yehudi Mercado, art and cover by Bachan.

The Rocket family is split! With Zeta training under a mad scientist, Beta working under a local crime lord, and Primo stuck in a Republic of Galaxies prison, it's going to take more than a big wrench and an apology to get this family back together!

32 pages, $3.99.



Written by John Allison, art and cover by Lissa Treiman.

Susan, Esther, and Daisy started at university three weeks ago and became fast friends because their dorm rooms were next to each other. Now, away from home for the first time, all three want to reinvent themselves. But in the face of hand-wringing boys, "personal experimentation," influenza, mystery-mold, nu-chauvinism, and the willful, unwanted intrusion of "academia," they may be lucky just to make it to spring alive.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Tom Siddell, Jim Zub, art by Mike Holmes, Rian Sygh, covers by Ian McGinty, Chris Schweizer.

Based on the popular game of the same name, the Munchkin comic gives you a whole new way to enjoy the world with Spyke and Flower. In this issue, check out what it's like to be a monster who's door just got kicked in by some Munchkins! Plus, an exclusive game card is included with every copy ofthe first printing!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written and art by Madeleine Flores, cover by Ariel Ries.

The tiny and powerful Great Warrior has begun her quest to kick the ever-living butt out of the enemies of a defenseless little village, and no one saves villagers with style and radness the way Great Warrior does!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Noelle Stevenson, Shannon Watters, art by Carolyn Nowak, covers by Carolyn Nowak.

Mal and Molly just want to get back to their friends, but things are looking more dire by the minute. It's going to be a crazy dash through this weird mixed-up world as they try to not only find a working portal, but one that will take them back to camp!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Jake Lawrence.

Dudes, prom is coming up. Who do you think Teen Dog is gonna take? And who's going to be crowned as the ultimate high school couple this year? Meh, who cares -- let's get out on the dance floor and cut a rug.

32 pages, $3.99.



Written by Mad Rupert, art by Allison Strejlau, cover by Andy Hirsch, Ilias Kyriazis.

The beginning of a new arc by new writer Mad Rupert and the perfect jumping-on point for new readers! During a marathon of his favorite childhood movies, Rigby begins to remember a movie so awesome, so incredible, so amazingly rad... that it makes no sense that he can't recall its name! As he journeys into the online nostalgia rabbit hole in search of the truth, one question arises: are some movies meant to be forgotten?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Shanna Matuszak, Kristina Ness, Molly Ostertag, Hannah Ayoubi, art by Derek Charm, Kevin Panetta, Molly Ostertag, Hannah Ayoubi, Kristina Ness, covers by Rian Sygh.

Spring is in the air, the Earth is reawakened after winter, and hijinks abound at the park! This oversized collection of all-new shorts features the park deep in March Madness, with all sorts of seasonal hijinks afoot. From college basketball to St. Patrick's Day, there's nothing sacred for this motley crew.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ryan North, art by Jim Rugg, Dustin Nguyen, Jeffrey Brown, Jess Fink, Shelli Paroline, Braden Lamb, covers by Luke Pearson.

The Candy Kingdom is a ghost town! Finn and Jake finally get to have the ultimate out-of-body experience -- LITERALLY. It's a new day in Ooo when its greatest heroes find themselves wandering the Earth as bewildered ghosts! Collects issues #25-29.

128 pages, $14.99.


Written by KC Green, art by Allison Strejlau, cover by Andy Hirsch.

It's not junk! When Benson tries to organize a yard sale, Rigby has trouble letting go of his stuff. But when he becomes possessed by an old forgotten set of Pogs, it's his stuff that won't let go of him! Will Mordecai and the crew be able to defeat the vengeful spirit of the ë90s? Collects issues #9-12.

128 pages, $14.99.


Written and art by Authors: Yehudi Mercado, Nichol Ashworth, Phil Murphy, Bradwick McGinty, various, covers by Robb Mommaerts.

If you are a fan of nonchalant dinosaurs, pizzas donning sunglasses, or mustachioed gentlemen of the world, this is the book you've been waiting for. Jump into a pool of crazy wild stories that will literally make your head spin. Don't worry, Uncle Grandpa has a cure for that.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Scott Nickel, art by Brittney Williams, Andy Hirsch, cover by Andy Hirsch.

The trip through Garfield's 9 Lives continues, as Brittney Williams illustrates a tale of Garfield's adventures as a Golden-Age Superhero in "Super Cat," while Andy Hirsch brings us the story of Garfield's days as a Private Eye in "Sam Spayed."

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Frank Gibson, art by Missy Pena, cover by Jenna Ayoub, Katy Farina.

Gumball thinks he's the coolest kid on the block, but his little sister Anais begs to differ, and Darwin just wants to keep them all out of trouble. There's always another adventure to be had in their mixed-up world!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Roger Langridge.

Abigail and Claude's adventure comes to an end in this oversized finale! The world's most lovable Yeti is one boat ride away from making it back home to the Himalayas, but before they can say their goodbyes, Abigail and Claude will have to find a way to outsmart everything the Shadow Men throw their way.

40 pages, $4.99.


Written by Meredith Gran, art by Carey Pietsch, cover by Reimena Yee, Molly Ostertag.

Princess Bubblegum might have finally found a way to get Marceline, but that doesn't mean things are going to get any easier for her. Marceline might be stuck with her new friends on this strange planet, but that doesn't mean she's got to like them... or be nice to them and what is up with this place anyway?!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Hastings, art by Zachary Sterling, covers by George Bletsis, Mahendra Singh.

Everyone is hungry, but there isn't enough food to go around. Things get a little dicey as Finn and Jake try to figure out what is up with their friends, and why does this little witch keep coming back? Glob, she's really persistent.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeremy Sorese, art by Coleman Engle, covers by Amber Rogers, Bridget Underwood.

Something crashes off the shore of Beach City and it's up to Connie to solve the mystery! Determined to prove to Steven that it is probably nothing, she sets out to bring it back to shore with a little help from an unsuspected source. It's time to believe in Connie!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Kate Leth, art by Ian McGinty, covers by Ian McGinty, Rachel Wolfe.

It's the start of an all-new arc as the Bravest Warriors are off to summer camp! The gang has been going to Camp Tribulon for Little Warriors since they were kids, but when they return as counselors, they realize that battling monsters might be nothing compared to supervising a camp of rowdy children.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written and art by Patrick Seery, Carey Pietsch, Joy Ang, covers by George Caltsoudas, Becky Dreistadt.

The best part of the morning is the chance to sleep in and ignore the outside world for a few more sweet, sweet hours... unless a PuppyCat forces you out of bed at an unspoken hour to get a temp job. Bee is not having the best day, and things are only going to go sideways for her in these short stories!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written and art by Charles M. Schulz, various, cover by Charles M. Schulz.

Get your dance shoes on because Pig-Pen is bringing the moves! "Dirty Dancing" and tons more fun, including classic Charles M. Schulz Sunday strips are bursting from the pages of this new issue of Peanuts.

32 pages, $3.99.

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