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Written by Cullen Bunn, art and cover by Dalibor Talajic.

Witch. The word conjures images of hags in black robes and crooked hats, standing over cauldrons of bubbling brew. But witches are among us, and we do not realize it. They are our friends and neighbors. They are our family members. They are our idols. And someone is murdering them. A killer is stalking witches, hunting them down mercilessly. Agents Frontenac and Guinness are on the killer's trail. But as they delve deeper into the hidden, magical world around them, they are haunted by a terrifying question. Is the killer doing the right thing?

$19.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Adam Glass, art by Dennis Calero, cover by Juan Doe.

Think about your "life" for a moment...the people you've known, the one's you've loved, and all the stuff in between. Now imagine you learned that everything YOU believed, everything YOU lived, everything YOU felt actually never was ALL not real. But it is REAL to YOU and you now must fight to save it and everyone you love. But to do that, you first have to save the world. Welcome to The Normals.

$14.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Marguerite Bennett, art and cover by Rafael de Latorre.

What has been seen cannot be unseen. What has been known cannot be unknown. The survivors gaze upon a changed world of grief, rage, love, and remorse-a world where, win or lose, they will forfeit the blissful ignorance they once held dear.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 21.


Written by Paul Jenkins, art and cover by Wesley St. Claire.

Imagine that you were a teenager who had embarked on a treasure hunt of the most epic proportion-a search through mysteries thousands of years in the making-only to discover that the stakes were quite literally the survival of humanity. Now, imagine that you were accompanied by a brilliant young woman with the power to predict the future using just calculus, and a one-eyed Welsh Corgi with a farting problem. Imagine that by solving the riddles of the treasure hunt, you had the potential to save the world. Is that cool, or what? Well, imagine that the very book you were enjoying this story in contained its own awesome treasure hunt, hidden inside every panel, and you'd have Beyonders #4! Even cooler.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Cullen Bunn, art and cover by Mirko Colak.

The legend of Vlad the Impaler is the stuff of nightmares. The inspiration for the most iconic of monsters-Dracula-Vlad tortured and murdered thousands of victims. But what turned him into such a depraved killer? The truth lies in his teenage years, when Vlad and his brother Radu were held hostage by the Ottoman Empire. During this time, the brothers learned many things-archery, riding, the art of combat, matters of court...and how to stalk and slay vampires.

$14.99, in stores on Nov. 7.


Written by Sean Lewis, art and cover by Antonio Fuso.

The first arc of your favorite medieval bloodbath comes to an end. Finola's final face off with her sisters and her friend Cillian's discovery of Finola's true self converge to graphically violent and heart-rending conclusions! Grab your sword and prepare for the epic conclusion!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Cullen Bunn, art and cover by Juan Doe, cover by Michael Rooth.

New arc starts here. At long last, the rains have stopped. But the flood waters have yet to recede. Still, new life-both human and monster-is born into the world. And as the Manticore Kruul learns what it means to be a father, Shrae's newborn grandchild is dying from a supernatural ailment. The secret of a cure lies with one of Shrae's most bitter enemies!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Cullen Bunn, art and cover by Juan Doe.

The wickedness of mankind has moved the Creator to destroy the world by way of the flood! Two arks sail this flooded world. On one, Noah tends the animals of the natural world. On the other, the sorcerer Shrae stands watch over the monsters that haunt the night. But in order for Shrae's charges to thrive in the World That Waits, Noah's Ark must also survive. And when Noah's vessel encounters trouble, Shrae's monsters must work in secrecy to ensure that their would-be prey find land.

$14.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Steve Orlando, art and cover by Matthew Dow Smith.

Sasha Vasnetsov would do anything to free his brother Gena from a work camp for the socially degenerate, including using a suicide bomb hidden in the last place any man would look. Sasha didn't want to use it. He wanted to use Maria Kamenaya, a warrior from a bygone apocalypse. Too bad she's more interested in flesh: eating it or laying with it, depending on the source. Sasha's on his own, out of luck, on a one-way the wrong detention camp. ???? Am I right?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 21.


Written by Eliot Rahal, art and cover by Jorge Fornes.

A midwestern noir series set in the harsh landscape of the northern Minnesota Iron Range- Hot Lunch Special is all about family, food and the fight for survival. Only one question is worth blood thicker than sandwiches? Dorothy Khoury has accidentally created two more dead bodies. The number one problem with most corpses is...they're super hard to get rid of. Now, the frightened Khoury family must cover up the trail of blood they're leaving behind, while also projecting strength. They finally have a hostage they can use to negotiate an end to the war with the Moran Family Mafia.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Peter Calloway, art and cover by Alex Shibao.

It started as an anomaly-an outlier in the noise that's so common in astronomical data. But the truth sends the United States-and the world-careening into what will become humanity's Last Space Race. A challenger appears! Sasha Balodis isn't the only one that desires to discover the secrets waiting beyond the orbit of Saturn. His business rival Roger Franklin wants in-and if he doesn't get what he wants he'll tear the whole thing down.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 7.


Written by Adam Glass, Aidan Glass, art by Diego Yapur, cover by Robert Hack

Nick knows he's no hero, so he says thanks to the Lollipop Kids for all of the bad memories, and heads out of the park, back to his old, safe, boring life. But something follows Nick, a Gremlin named Expo. Nick almost kills Expo, but Fresno stops him and explains that the Gremlin is on their side, not all monsters are evil. Fresno gives Nick one last chance to join their ranks and to ful?ll his destiny, but Nick's soiled pants tell him all he needs to know. Nick leaves again, but soon he stumbles upon something much worse than a gremlin-and this time nobody is coming to his rescue.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 7.


Written by Ted Anderson, art and cover by Jen Hickman.

Everyone knows the two greatest thieves in the city are the Moth and the Whisper, but few know that they're missing. And what nobody knows is that the new Moth and Whisper are actually one person pretending to be both of them: Niki, their teenage child. With the help of an unexpected ally, Niki gets closer to Wolfe than ever. But they have no idea what's in store for them-and what they don't know will end up hurting them...

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 7.


Written by Patrick Kindlon, art and cover by Marco Ferrari.

Disregarded, disrespected and dismissed, Renny has a chip on his shoulder. Once a partner in the criminal syndicate that rules Las Vegas, he's been banished to a shack in the desert. But Renny's been busy building a robot army-and now it's time to march into the neon hell of a cyberpunk Vegas and retake his seat at the table. Old friends better run, because Operation PATIENCE! CONVICTION! REVENGE! is underway. While Renny and Marisol argue over which of them is the captive and which is the kidnapper, Robot Paul takes a job at the casino. His manager's name is Death By Torture Bot, so it'll be a difficult first day of work. Plus: The Organization answers Renny's transgression with explosive violence!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 14.


Written by Zac Thompson, Donny Cates, Eric Bromberg, art and cover by Ryan Bodenheim.

In the future, the galaxy is united under the Galactic Relay. The towering monument is meant to inspire conformity of ideas, technology and progress, but many have begun to resent the foreign structure. And now, Jad Carter, a Relay employee, has found the Relay's mythological creator. In the deep reaches of space, the truth behind the Monolith is revealed! The electrifying finale to the first arc is here...but who will survive and will the universe ever be the same?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Garth Ennis, art and cover by Goran Sudzuka.

As deputy-director Driscoll attempts to discover what happened to her missing agents, Shaw and McGregor find their reality twisting once more, plunging them into an entirely new dimension of horror. Leaving the familiar world even further behind, the pair begin to understand the true scale of the nightmare that has enmeshed them.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on Nov. 28.


Written by Garth Ennis, art by Goran Sudzuka, cover by Andy Clarke.

So these two FBI agents walk into a warehouse... Special Agents Shaw and McGregor handle the routine cases nowadays, which is just the way Shaw likes it. She's pushing 40, a borderline burnout, the ghastly memories of her last investigation still clinging like shadows. McGregor is younger, more dedicated, hanging onto some measure of idealism whatever the world might throw at him. When two fellow agents go missing inside a Long Beach warehouse, Shaw and McGregor are sent to investigate. But what they find waiting is far from routine, as the local police have already discovered to their cost. Before the night is out, our heroes will encounter terror beyond their most appalling nightmares-in a place where the night may never end at all.

$14.99, in stores on Nov. 28.

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