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Writer: Matz.

Artist: Luc Jacamon.

Cover artists: Luc Jacamon, Jonboy Meyers, Framcesco Francavilla, Reiko Murakami, Junggeun Yoon.

Caught and put to work as an on-call assassin for the French government, Killer has to adjust to working with a handler, a partner, and living life as a civilian. An underhanded target, a City Hall employee, leads Killer and his partner, Nicolas, toward a sinister web of city-wide corruption. But while Nicolas assures Killer that it's all for the greater good, will Killer ever be able to get back to his nihilistic lifestyle, free from debt and government associations? Discover the series by artist Luc Jacamon and writer Matz ahead of the upcoming Netflix film directed by David Fincher), written by Andrew Kevin Walker and starring Michael Fassbender.



Writer: Brian Azzarello.

Artist: Maria Llovet.

Cover artists: Maria Llovet, Kris Anka, Jenny Frison.

Nine months after her mysterious disappearance, Faith suddenly drops back onto the map. While the art world debates whether her disappearance was a piece of performance art or all just a publicity stunt, Faith retreats to Louis's studio to recover from her journey into the unknown. But Ginny begins to realize that something is very much amiss with Faith. Where was she for nine months? And why does Faith suddenly seem so obsessed with Ginny's son Jacob? Azzarello and Maria Llovet reunite for the third and final act of their erotic thriller.



Writer: David M. Booher.

Artist: Jordi Perez.

Cover artists: Mona Finden, Ethan Young, Dani Strips, Dan Mora, Junggeun Yoon.

The new creative team of writer David M. Booher and artist Jordi Perez kick off a new, shiny direction for the crew of the Serenity! Captain Kaylee leads the crew on a heist that proves too much for their moral code, but when mercenaries steal the relics anyway, it turns into a recovery mission. Meanwhile, unexpected revelations about Jayne's family and past further complicate things. But how will Jayne's past collide with the crew's desperate present, especially when it leads them to steal from... not the thieves den they had in mind...



Writer: Casey Gilly

Artist: Joe Jaro

Cover artists: Ario Anindito, Claire Roe, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Jakub Rebelka.

Spike's unorthodox coven is revealed, along with their plans to continue Willow's work and save humanity, but they're struggling with spells, and the brutality of the vampires against witches had deep ramifications. But Buffy is having visions of the past that brings up conflict with Spike, as well as guilt. Can they find a way to make the spells work, find out what part Thessaly plays in all of this, as well as deal with a threat more deadly than perpetual darkness?



Writer: Jeremy Lambert.

Artist: Marianna Ignazzi.

Cover artist: Frany.

The most ambitious event in the history of Buffy The Vampire Slayer begins here as the truth of the Multiverse is laid bare and the ultimate Big Bad arrives in Sunnydale! Even as Buffy, Willow, and Giles begin to fully understand the scope of the endless war the Slayers are part of, various other factions continue to try and shape the outcome to their benefit. The Council has worked too long and too hard to let a rogue Watcher and rogue Slayer stop them from achieving their plans for the Multiverse. But with aid from some unexpected allies and the new Scoobies, Buffy may yet prove she is the Chosen One. Will she be able to unite enough allies together to stop the ultimate Big Bad?

Writer Jeremy Lambert and artist Marianna Ignazzi kick off the most ambitious, universe-spanning event in Buffy The Vampire Slayer history!



Writer: Jeremy Lambert.

Artist: Marianna Ignazzi.

Cover artists: Frany, Vasco Georgiev, Veronica Fish.

Faith, Kendra, and Willow struggle valiantly to hold Silas at bay, but it may not be enough. Trapped and devoid of memory, can Buffy escape to save her friends, or is she trapped forever with the ghosts of her past mistakes? We Are The Slayer comes to its stunning conclusion as Buffy The Vampire Slayer ends...and a new era begins.



Writer: Christopher Cantwell.

Artist: Daniel Bayliss.

Cover artists: Nimit Malavia, Afu Chan.

Things aren't looking good for everyone's favorite Vampire With A Soul… or his friends. Angel finds himself trapped in the Spirit House, struggling to survive. Lorne and Andrew have to deal with a fan favorite's interdimensional arrival… and whether to reveal it to Angel. Oh, and Wesley tries his best to get used to life as a zombie.



Writer: James Tynion IV.

Artist: Werther Dell'Edera.

Cover artists: Werther Dell'Edera.

Children in a sleepy Wisconsin town begin to go missing with most never returning, and those that do have disturbing stories of horrific creatures that live in the shadows. There is one person that believes the children and claims to be the only who sees what they can see. Her name is Erica Slaughter. She kills monsters. This is all she does, and she bears the cost because it must be done. Experience the series by writer James Tynion IV and artist Werther Dell'Edera like never before. Collects Something is Killing the Children #1-5 in a single slipcased hardcover edition. This limited edition will feature a colored foil stamp treatment unique from the sold-out first edition.



Writers: James Tynion IV, Tate Brombal.

Artists: Werther Dell'Edera, Chris Shehan.

Cover artist: Werther Dell'Edera.

Discover the inner workings of the House of Slaughter in this new horror series exploring the secret history of the Order that forged Erica Slaughter into the monster hunter she is today. You know Aaron Slaughter as Erica's handler and rival. But before he donned the black mask, Aaron was a teenager training within the House of Slaughter. Surviving within the school is tough enough, but it gets even more complicated when Aaron falls for a mysterious boy destined to be his competition. Dive deeper into the world of Something is Killing the Children in this first story arc by co-creator James Tynion IV and co-writer Tate Brombal. with art by rising star Chris Shehan and co-creator Werther Dell'Edera collected exclusively for comic book shops and limited to its first printing.



Writers: James Tynion IV, Tate Brombal.

Artists: Chris Shehan, Werther Dell'Edera

Cover artists: Chris Shehan, Werther Dell'Edera, Marco Rudy, Jahnoy Lindsay, Christian Ward.

The first arc of House of Slaughter comes to a close as Jace finally enacts his secret plan. As chaos fills the halls and the Order members fight off legions of monsters, will Aaron be able to intervene in the battle between his love and the House? And in those final moments, what will he choose?



Writer: James Tynion IV.

Artist: Werther Dell'Edera.

Cover artist: David Mack.

The second of three Slaughter Packs, the next chapter of the Archer's Peak special editions! Contains Something is Killing the Children #6-10 by writer James Tynion IV and artist Werther Dell'Edera that first introduced Erica Slaughter and the Order of St. George to the world. Each issue features a new, exclusive painted cover by artist David Mack on premium card stock.



Writer:s Brian Herbert, Kevin J. Anderson.

Artist: Dev Pramanik.

Cover artist: Julian Totino Tedesco.

After his father's untimely death, young Leto ascends to Duke of House Atreides while Duncan Idaho starts down the path to become one of Leto's right-hand men. Meanwhile, Baron Harkonnen wastes no time moving against the new Duke by stoking the centuries-long feud between the Harkonnens and Atreides.

A new dawn rises when Crown Prince Shaddam successfully ousts his father from the throne of the Imperium. And Pardot Kynes, now considered a prophet among the Fremen, continues forging a path to make the desert planet an oasis.

The first adaptation of the Dune: House Atreides concludes, adapted and scripted by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, authors of the eponymous prequel novel based on Dune creator Frank Herbert's notes, and illustrated by artist Dev Pramanik. Collects Dune: House Atreides #9-12.



Writer: Jed MacKay.

Artist: Ig Guara.

Cover artists: Miguel Mercado, Yanick Paquette, Aaron Campbell.

After paying the ultimate price to defeat the mad god, Marit Lage, Planeswalkers Ral Zarek, Kaya, and Vraska return to Ravnica… and the plane closes behind them! Now a new stranded trio of Planeswalkers – the combustible Chandra Nalaar, the monster tracker Garruk Wildspeaker, and a debuting, mysterious Planeswalker – must find their way back to Ravnica! But even as they gain foes and friends in new corners of the Multiverse things are worse there than anyone could imagine… as they uncover the plot of an old enemy to manipulate aether on a scale never seen before!



Writers: Ryan Parrott, Sina Grace.

Artist: Daniele Di Nicuolo, Moisés Hidalgo, Francesco Mortarino, Dan Mora.

Cover artist: Goñi Montes.

Lord Drakkon has returned! The evil, alternate universe version of Tommy Oliver brings a new agenda, new secrets, and a new mission from the most unexpected of allies. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the all-new Omega Rangers have joined forces, but even the shocking return of The Ranger Slayer may not be enough to defeat Dayne, Kiya, and the full power of the Anointed. Unveiling the origin of the Omega Rangers and conclude Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Saban's Go Go Power Rangers in a finale that no Ranger fan can afford to miss! Collects Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #48-55, Saban's Go Go Power Rangers #29-32, the 12 part story told on the covers of the covers of Necessary Evil, and Power Rangers: Ranger Slayer #1 along with a new exclusive short story.



Writer: Nicole Andelfinger.

Artist: Simone Ragazzoni.

Cover artists: Dan Mora, Junggeun Yoon, David Nakayam, Jo Mi-Gyeong.

A mysterious pod crashes on Earth, but the Legendary Ranger Teens are on the scene to confront whatever dangers it brings from space. While their legendary ranger forms have never made them feel so powerful against the hoard spilling out from the pod, what happens when their powers begin to fail...and even hurt them?



Writer: Ryan Parrott.

Artist: Marco Renna.

Cover artists: InHyuk Lee, Eleonora Carlini, Rian Gonzales.

In the aftermath of the battle, the ideologies of Lord Zedd and Zordon clash, despite a moment of mercy. As the Eltarian War approaches its end, long-awaited emotional resolutions will launch both Mighty Morphin and Power Rangers into the future, but the relationship between two Rangers takes a turn that neither may recover from.



Writer: Ryan Parrott.

Artist: Francesco Mortarino.

Cover artists: Gerald Parel, Daniele Di Nicuolo, Goni Montes, Jo MI-Gyeong.

The Omega Rangers travel back to Safehaven to keep an eye on the rest of the galaxy, while Eternity Point falls under the supervision of a new assistant. As the Blue Emissary departs and the remains of three Emissaries are laid to rest, the universe seems relatively safe for now, but how long can that last?



Writer: Cullen Bunn.

Artist: Jonas Scharf.

Cover artists: Jonas Scharf, Jorge Fornes.

With her car wrecked, Hannah is inconsolable after experiencing traumatic flashbacks, and on the run from Jimmy-Boy, who is dangerously close to ending her. Vanessa obtains unexpected power, but wants more, and is even willing to kill those close to her to get it...



Writer: Christopher Cantwell.

Artist: Luca Casalanguida.

Cover artists: Luca Casalanguida, Julian Totino Tedesco.

A shadowy figure awaits the forensic results of Lee Harvey Oswald's supposed body, while our four -- now five -- are waylaid in Texas on their way to Louisiana, with the risk of capture adding to their already tense situation. The four are increasingly bothered by their fifth wheel, and contemplate what to do about him, but when one of them answers that question, they'll all have no choice but to face their fates one way or another.

32 pages, $3.99.


Writer: Tom Taylor.

Artist: Daniele di Nicuolo.

Cover artists: Daniele Di Nicuolo. Yejin Park, Miguel Mercado.

Wielding the secret knowledge of the future, Amon and his lover, Canto, near their ultimate goal of possessing the remaining cases. As the pair gain significant ground, Caspar faces a desperate choice: should they make a stand despite their weakened numbers, or escape to the one place they can truly hide from danger?



Writer: Sas Milledge.

Artist: Sas Milledge.

Cover artists: Sas Milledge.

Cartoonist Sas Milledge makes her astonishing debut in her first original title that answers the question of how we all reconcile our responsibilities with our dreams for our own future. Orla O'Reilly, the youngest in a long line of hedge witches, is compelled to return home after the death of her grandmother, Mamo. In the wake of her Mamo's passing, seas are impossible to fish, crops have soured, and even Jo Manalo's attic is taken over by a poltergeist! And to make matters worse, it appears that the cause is Mamo, or her mislaid bones, that is. Can Orla shoulder the responsibility of quieting her Mamo's spirit, and saving her hometown? And will she have to step up as the new witch of Haresden like Mamo always wanted? Collects Mamo #1-5.



Writer: Shobo.

Artist: George Kambadais.

Cover artists: George Kambadais, Simangaliso Sibaya, Qistina Khalidah.

After Toba is saved by the mysterious girl, he notices that she is the only one in town without the mind-controlling tattoo. Together they start piecing together what's really going on in Buckhead and how it's all connected to an ancient being of chaos! But to free everyone's parents, they must enter the Elseverse using a device made by Toba's mom, as long as they can get past the men in black first...



Writer: Shea Fontana.

Artist: Celia Moscote.

Cover artists: Celia Moscote, Cara McGee, Audrey Mok.

As her friends come to her rescue, Dizzy realizes the power of positivity is what the 'Burb Defender was missing, but there's still the Negatrixes to deal with. But as they struggle in battle and the power of the Blaster Bracelet wanes, it's clear that Dizzy can't hog all of the 'Burb Defender's powers, if they're going to take down the Mega-Negatrix!


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