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USA Network Picks Up Brooklyn Animal Control for Pilot

brooklyn animal controlUSA Network announced a pilot pick-up for Brooklyn Animal Control. The project is written and executive produced by JT Petty. David S. Goyer, Circle of Confusion’s Rick Jacobs and David Alpert, and IDW Entertainment’s David Ozer and Ted Adams, will also executive produce. Brooklyn Animal Control is based on the IDW Publishing comic book created by Petty and is a co-production with Universal Cable Productions and IDW Entertainment.

Brooklyn Animal Control follows the inner workings of a secret subdivision of the NYPD that functions as social services for some of the city’s most unique citizens — werewolves.  Delving into the lives of both the Case Officers, and the secretive, highly insular Kveld-Ulf, a community of werewolves living deep in the borough, Brooklyn Animal Control will examine city politics, immigrant communities, and families divided by ambition, secrecy, and tradition.

In addition, USA Network recently announced a pilot pick-up for Poor Richard’s Almanack, a co-production between Legendary Television and Universal Cable Productions, the project is from executive producer Jim Danger Gray and consulting producer Miguel Sapochnik.  Previously announced pick-ups also include the Universal Cable Production dramas Falling Water from executive producers Gale Anne Hurd of Valhalla Entertainment, Blake Masters and the late Emmy Award-winner Henry Bromell, and Paradise Pictures from executive producer Aaron Korsh and Rick Muirragui.

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Rasputin07_CoverWednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

We’re bringing back something we haven’t done for a while, what the team thinks. Our contributors are choosing up to five books each week and why they’re choosing the books.

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.


Southern Bastards #10 (Image Comics) – One of the, if not the, best comic out there right now. It’s usually a slow burn, but each issue has more character insights than many comics have in a year. This Southern noir is fantastic on every level.

Captain Canuck #3 (Chapter House Publishing) – Some times you want your heroes to lose the gritty aspect, and just be heroes. This series gets back to that courtesy of some talented Canadian creators. Fun action, that’s entertaining and loses the cynicism of today’s superhero comics.

Invisible Republic #5 (Image Comics) – An amazing series that definitely doesn’t get the attention it deserves. It involves a reporter digging into the revolutionaries that took over a planet, and digs up a bit of dirt. An amazing focus on history being used as propaganda.

Princeless: Be Yourself #2 (Action Lab Entertainment) – The new series hasn’t missed a beat and continues the fun fantasy adventure with a bit of girl power mixed in.

Rasputin #7 (Image Comics) – The first arc focusing on the historical figure was interesting. Flash forward 100 years, and not only is he alive, he’s also advising a Presidential candidate. Now you have my undivided attention.



Top Pick: Hacktivist Vol. 2 #1 (BOOM! Studios) –  The second series dealing with the group of hackers follows on the plot from the first series, and tries to answer some unresolved questions.

Batgirl Annual #3 (DC Comics) – Kind of a catch-all for Batgirl, as she faces off against Helena Bertinelli, a former Batgirl (from No Man’s Land) and Dick Grayson (her pre-new 52 romantic interest).  Throw in a visit to Gotham Academy and this sounds pretty fun.

He-Man: Eternity War #8 (DC Comics) – There has been no missteps in this entire series as the creative team has pushed the envelope of what defines the core group of characters.  This is not your childhood’s He-Man.

Jem and the Holograms #5 (IDW Publishing) – This series has been nothing but fun since its launch.  It doesn’t look likely to stop any time soon either.  One can only hope that the suggested food fight from the cover gets realized inside.

Lazarus #18 (Image Comics) – Lazarus goes to Duluth to win the war, as different plot lines begin to intersect.



Top Pick: Grindhouse: Doors Open at Midnight: Trade Paperback Vol 3: Slay Ride and Blood Lagoon (Dark Horse) – “Books like ‘Grindhouse’ were the reason the Comics Code was invented.” – creator Alex De Campi.

That’s a promise and a warning. De Campi absolutely delivers on grindhouse cinema gratification in comic book form– even better, it comes from a frankly female perspective on the genre. This series is messed up in all the RIGHT ways.

Each trade contains self-contained story arcs so you can pick up volume 3 even if you’ve never read the series before. In Volume 3 my entirely fictional girlfriend, Deputy Garcia is back with her motorcycle and eyepatch. I can’t wait!

Series creator Alex de Campi is our podcast guest next week!

Batgirl Annual #3 (DC Comics) – Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher art by Bengal, David Lafuente, Mingjue Helen Chen, Ming Doyle…. Look at that list of awesome writers and artists! Not only do we get Babs catching up with Dick Grayson but we also see her meet with Batwoman and the Gotham Academy kids! These are all of my favorite things in one place! It is a standalone story you can read even if you aren’t reading the new Batgirl series. But after reading this I’m sure you’ll want to.

Phoebe Gloeckner: Diary of a Teenage Girl (North Atlantic Books) – Considered one of the best graphic novels of last decade it’s probably time that you (and I) finally read it! Plus there’s a movie of it coming out soon and you don’t want to be called a “poser”, right? The book is a combination of prose and illustration reads like autobiography. The press release calls it “a dark story of sex and drugs in the life of a 1970s teenage girl.” You should read Sean T Collins review because I can’t do it justice till I read the book.

1602 Witch Hunter Angela #2 (Marvel) – This is the funniest series in Secret Wars and the prettiest too. Last issue we met Shakespeare, Marlowe and King James (Logan Howlett aka Wolverine) and other Faustians (aka people with superpowers). This issue Angela and Sera will meet “Ye Olde Guardians of the Galaxy.”


Mr. H

Top Pick: Thors #2 (Marvel Comics) – The case is heating up as the murder mystery of the Gods continues. Blood, Hammers, and Justice shalt be served!

Daredevil #17 (Marvel Comics) – The last days of The Man Without Fear? Could be. This creative team has been white hot so I know Matt is in good hands, but I want to see the payoff.

Red Sonja Vol.2 #17 (Dynamite Entertainment) – Red hot chick swinging a sword, as usual all over this one. The 1973 one shot gave me a rejuvenation for this title. Hope the momentum doesn’t wane.

Superman #42 (DC Comics) – I am actually enjoying the prelude to the “Truth” storyline a lot more than the actual crossover. I’m interested to see just what it was that made Lois out Clark’s ID to the world? This intrepid reporter needs some answers. By Rao, I need them now!

TMNT Ongoing #48 (IDW Publishing) – The Stockman Swarm, The Shredder and Karai all move in for the kill. How could this not be good?



Top Pick: Thors #2 (Marvel) – the first issue of this story was fantastic; a crime story following the ‘police’ of Battleworld, the Thors.  Law and Order meets Asgardian officers, working on the orders of Lord Doom to keep the peace, and the foundation of Battleworld, in one piece.  Excited for what happens next.

Top Pick: X-Men ’92 #2 (Marvel) – the first issue totally brought me back to Saturday mornings, watching Marvel’s merry mutants as most of us remember them, complete with colourful costumes and Wolverine and Cyclops sniping at each other.  I am looking forward to see more from Cassandra Nova and what her rehabilitation facility for mutants is really all about.

1602 Witch Hunter Angela #2 (Marvel) – This was a very interesting first issue, following Angela hunting ‘witchbreed’, which turns out to be mutants.  The second issue puts Angela on the path to see dire omens not come to pass, and also introduces use to “Ye olde Guardians of the Galaxy”.  Looking forward to this.

S.H.I.E.L.D. #8 (Marvel) – I am a huge fan of the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. tv show, and just as big a fan of the comic book treatment of the show.  It’s fun to see the tv agents paired up with various heroes from the Marvel universe an work together to solve the problem of the issue.  This issue has Agent May and Mockingbird setting out to kick some ass….sign me up!


Steven Attewell

Batgirl #42 (DC Comics) – despite not being remotely in the target demographic for this book, I’ve been enjoying the hell out of this series’ exploration of fame and identity.

Conan the Avenger #16 (Dark Horse) – Dark Horse’s Conan run has been one of the most consistently enjoyable comics for me in recent years (with the exception of that odd bit where Belit went to Cimmeria), so if given an option I’ll always pick one up.

Copperhead #9 (Image Comics) – Read the first trade of this unusual space-western/single-mom comic and really enjoyed the strange little world that Jay Faerber and Scott Godlewski have thrown together, so I’ll keep following this story.

Rasputin #7 (Image Comics) – A really strange little gem, this series posits a revisionist history of the infamous Russian mystic in which Grigori Rasputin’s powers not only are quite real and extend to genuine resurrection and clairvoyancy, but he’s also secretly a prince in communion with the forces of Russian folklore.

Southern Bastards #10 (Image Comics) – having really enjoyed Scalped, I eagerly anticipated Jason Aaron’s new series. Took me a while to get into the first trade – something about the way Jason Latour draws mouths threw me off until I got used to it – but the second trade’s revelation of Coach Boss’ backstory was mesmerizing and made this a must-read for me.

Preview: Punky Brewster Vol. 1


by Joelle Sellner, illo. by Lesley Vamos
Pages: 112
Format: Trade Paperback
SRP: $12.99
Age Range: Middle Grade (6-10)
Publisher: Roar Comics (an imprint of Lion Forge Comics)
Distributor: IDW Publishing / Diamond Book Distributors
Pub Date: July 29, 2015
Item Code: MAY150458
ISBN: 978-1-63140-314-9

When the classic NBC series Punky Brewster went off the air in 1988, its charming story stayed in our hearts. I think it’s because Punky, her foster dad Henry, and her loyal dog Brandon may not look like a traditional family, but their irrepressible love for each other can overcome all obstacles. It’s a transcendent message that’s especially worth retelling today, and that’s exactly what Roar Comics has done with its all-new Punky Brewster graphic novel series for middle-grade readers.

Just like the original, the graphic novel Punky is a bright eight-year-old girl who has been abandoned by her mother and lives on the streets of Chicago with her puppy sidekick. Punky thinks she doesn’t need help, but after getting picked up by the police she enters a foster home where she meets Henry, a long-lost relative. Punky decides he’s the adoptive dad for her but she has to convince the foster home, judges and lawyers, and possibly Henry himself. Luckily, she’s got an unbeatable resource — her limitless reserve of Punky Power!

Television veteran Joelle Sellner (Teen Titans, Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes) and breakout new art talent Lesley Vamos have crafted a fun, funny, and real story about one little kid’s unassailable optimism and indefatigable search for a place to call home.


Unboxing: Nerd Block’s July Comic Block

In April, Nerd Block​ announced their newest addition to their box offering, Comic Block​! Created specifically for comic fans, the first one featured a t-shirt and numerous exclusive variants.

It’s the third month, and the question is, can it be as good as the first? Well, we’ve got another t-shirt, one exclusive variant, two other comics, and more! So, yeah not too shabby for the price.

Check out everything you get in the second box, and you can sign up now and purchase the next Comic Block.




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CBS This Morning Spotlights Rep. John Lewis’ March

CBS This Morning featured a segment on the award-winning March series created by Congressman John LewisAndrew Aydin, and Nate Powell, calling Lewis a “civil rights superhero.”

CBS’s Jan Crawford asked the congressman about his recent trip to Comic-Con, where he dressed “in costume” recreating the trench coat and backpack he wore to march for voting rights across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, 50 years ago. At the convention, he joined hands with local students who had studied March and led a “children’s march” through the halls of Comic-Con, with a huge crowd following solemnly behind.

CBS then sat down with the students who had marched with Congressman Lewis to find out what they’d learned from March.

SyFy Acquires Wynonna Earp from Seven24 Films and IDW Entertainment

SEVEN24 Films and IDW Entertainment announced today that Syfy has acquired the U.S. rights to Wynonna Earp, a live action television series based on the IDW Publishing comic created by Beau Smith. Emily Andras developed the series for television and will serve as Executive Producer and Showrunner.

With an initial order of 13 one-hour episodes, Wynonna Earp is a fast-paced, contemporary thriller that follows Wyatt Earp’s great granddaughter as she battles demons and other supernatural beings. Wynonna is a witty and wild modern day gunslinger, using her unique abilities and a dysfunctional posse of allies to bring the paranormal to justice.  The series is scheduled to premiere in April 2016.

Melanie Scrofano will star as Wynonna Earp. Tim Rozon will play legendary con artist Doc Holliday, and Shamier Anderson plays the mysterious Agent Dolls.

Wynonna Earp will be produced in Calgary by SEVEN24 Films, and distributed by IDW Entertainment. Production is slated to begin in August. SEVEN24’s Jordy Randall and Tom Cox will serve as Executive Producers.

IDW CEO & Publisher Ted Adams, David Ozer, Peleton Entertainment’s Todd Berger, and Circle of Confusion’s Rick Jacobs packaged and facilitated financing for the series.


Review: Robert Heinlein’s Citizen of the Galaxy TPB

CitzGalaxy-pr-988x1528Robert Heinlein is definitely one of science fiction’s greatest writers. He takes the hero’s journey very seriously, even more intently than many of his peers and the genre’s more celebrated authors. He is one of the few authors, I remember reading as a child, who championed “rugged individualism”, as he truly believed, you are the owner of your destiny. This is why many scholars consider him, the father of social science fiction.

Although he is best known to much of the mainstream, as the author of Starship Troopers, most of his work had bigger political and societal derivations and was prophetic in many aspects. One of these seminal works by Heinlein is Citizen of the Galaxy, which tells the story of Thorby is a young, dissenting slave boy newly arrived at the planet Jubbul, and brought to the capital city of Jubbulpore, where he is bought by an old beggar, Baslim the Cripple, and is one of the most faithful adaptations of a book I have ever seen, especially in graphic form. Baslim treats Thorby, more like a son, than a slave. Baslim eventually makes Thorby recall his journey, through dreams, allowing the reader to witness how he became a slave.

He eventually teaches him how to beg and all the skills involved such as juggling, and how to patronize one to get what you want. Baslim, does not stop there, he eventually teaches him how to read, different languages, mathematics, history and geography. Baslim eventually makes Thorby a free man, but soon after something terrible happens, and Thorby is being hunted by the local authorities and sent to board the starship, Sisu and adopted by its captain, Captain Krausa, who owed Baslim, a debt. The end of the book, he finds out a powerful secret about himself and everything that has happened to him thus far, all connects to the story’s conclusion in the most redeeming way.

Rob Lazaro and Eric Gignac have adapted this beautiful tome page by page into something that is not only as enjoyable as the original but has brought elements that readers of the original material would have never imagined. The art by Steve Erwin is at top form in this adaptation, almost harkening elements of pulp art. The team that brought this to life, know this book as intimately as many Heinlein scholars. Overall, a great adaptation that stays faithful, while highlighting the reasons why everyone who read the first time enjoyed it in the first place.

Story: Rob Lazaro and Eric Gignac Art: Steve Erwin
Story: 9 Art: 9 Overall: 9 Recommendation: Buy

IDW Publishing provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Review: Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues TPB

galaxy quest the journey continuesParodies about the science fiction genre have been around almost as long as the genre itself. Most of the time, these parodies also make fun of the fan base, which actually tend to not only anger them but allow for a negative response to the product. Then there are those times, when they are purely love letters to the genre itself, Paul and Fanboys, are good examples of this, and then there is Galaxy Quest, the 1999 film starring Tim Allen and Sigourney Weaver. This film had hints of Star Trek and Farscape, and was a true parody, which simultaneously made fun and celebrated the fan base and the genre itself.

This was a something that had not been seen before, as we had not seen this perfect meshing, not since Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, as this was science fiction, a comedy and a parody. As fans of the movie have asked for a sequel, they finally get one, just within the medium of comics. Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues reintroduces you to the characters of the film, and to the world of Dryth, where there is a civil war going between the Technocracy and the rebel forces, a la Star Wars. Fast forward, years later, and we are re-introduced to Brandon who is fan of the show, and talking to his friend, Adnar, before an alien attempts to abduct him.

In this series, the show gets a second life and the cast is promoting the show at the So Cal Comic Expo.The cast gets called on another mission to save the planet, Dryth, while some aliens from the rebel force double for them at a convention, while Mathazar recreates their ship from the new show, down to the controls, so they can help the Dryth people. Hilarity ensues on both ends, as the aliens struggle to understand humans and human customs while the cast, deal with technical glitches like body swapping and fighting real aliens. The volume ends, with Jason being asked to charter a new mission, which he is not at all happy to do.

The story by Erik Burnham is very much in the flavor of the original movie and one is happy that is an ongoing series. The art by Nacho Arranz, is pretty much standard on this effort, as I would have liked to see these characters resemble their onscreen counterparts more. The team working on this effort definitely understands the influences of the film and what exactly it was aiming for. Overall, a great character study and more than deserving to be called a sequel.

Story: Erik Burnham Art: Nacho Arranz
Story: 9 Art: 8 Overall: 9.2 Recommendation: Buy

IDW Publishing provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

star lord and kitty pryde 1 coverWednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

We’re bringing back something we haven’t done for a while, what the team thinks. Our contributors are choosing up to five books each week and why they’re choosing the books.

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.


Top Pick: Cyborg #1 (DC Comics) – Some things are changing for Cyborg, his armor is evolving some how. The series puts the spotlight on this founding member of the Justice League. The creators have also said they plan on examining real world issues, and how an African-American superhero (who’s literally a weapon) would have to deal with them.

The Blacklist #1 (Titan Comics) – The television show gets a comic tie-in that actually is in continuity. The writers have nailed Red’s quirkiness in what feels like an unaired episode.

Fight Club 2 #3 (Dark Horse) – With each issue it feels like we go down the rabbit hole more and more. That’s a good thing. The third issue makes everything a bit more interesting as we continue our journey through Tyler’s world.

Prez #2 (DC Comics) – The first issue had me regularly laughing as it skewered modern politics and gave us a new celebrity in Corn Dog Girl.

Transformers #43 (IDW Publishing) – Soundwave is building something around Jupiter. Is it a peaceful commune, or is there some other plan? Cosmos is on a mission to find out what’s going on, and the results are intriguing. The series stands out when it gets philosophical and political, and boy does it here.



Top Pick: C.O.W.L. #11 (Image Comics) – One of the best series out there, Kyle Higgins’ C.O.W.L. takes place in the 1960’s in a world where superheroes are unionized. A fascinating take on the superhero genre, Higgins also touches on the corruption that was rife during that period in America’s history. This issue was delayed by a few weeks, and the wait to get it in my hands has been a long one.

Old Man Logan #3 (Marvel) – Old Man Logan is one of the best Wolverine stories this century, and while I was originally nervous about Marvel revisiting it, I’ve been pleasantly surprised at just how good the series has been so far.



Top Pick: Power Up #1 (BOOM! Box/BOOM! Studios) – Kate Leth’s Post Modern queer feminist take on the Magical Girl genre. And it’s cuuuute!

Grayson #10 (DC Comics) – The last issue was my first and this is a new arc. It’s Grayson as a double agent Bond and the return of Huntress in a new role as head of a secret agency Grayson has infiltrated at Bruce’s request. And now Bruce is dead and Dick is on his own. Manifesting my dream casting of Rosario Dawson as Huntress this new 52 incarnation is bi-racial!

The book is suspenseful yet charming. But I’m a bit concerned that it may be engaging in queer baiting with its lead breaking the 4th wall last issue to ask if he was straight (or if that was just his tie). In 2015 its long past time comics stopped queer baiting and started having actual queer representation especially among A List characters.

I’ll delve into these issues in my review of the new issue.

Infinite Loop #4 (IDW Publishing) – Teddy confronts her archenemy: her former boss, Tina, and launches a series of unprecedented temporal attacks to force Tina from her hideout, putting the safety of the world at risk!

Spider Woman #9 (Marvel) – Last issue Jessica made a socially enlightened decision in spite of being brutally attacked by the formerly abused wife of a costumed villain.

Jess is going to let this new Utopia for the escaped families of super villains continue as a safe haven.

Now we are only a few months from Jess being pregnant as her All New All Different cover shows. Let’s see how she gets there. I’m reserving judgement since writer Hopeless’s run has been strong and feminist.

Star-Lord and Kitty Pryde #1 (Marvel) – This better be mostly Kitty…


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Top Pick: Grayson #10 (DC Comics) – Agent Dick Grayson. Super Hero Lex Luthor Nuff round two. Nuff said. This should be fantastic!

Cyborg #1 (DC Comics) – New team, New tech, New Start and art by superstar Ivan Reis. This one is worth at least a beta test.

Deathstroke #8 (DC Comics) – Slade contracted to kill some gods and Diana interferes. Just some good ol’ beat em up, slash em up action! Grab the popcorn and let your brains go for this one.

Old Man Logan #3 (Marvel Comics) – Basically Clint Eastwood with claws roaming the desert kicking ass. 1-2-3 Snikt!

We are Robin #2 (DC Comics) – Social Media Super Saviors? We shall see. It takes more than a color scheme and pinning a letter on yourself. Time to see if the kids got what it takes.



Top Pick: Star-Lord and Kitty Pryde #1 (Marvel) – I have been following this couple in Guardians of the Galaxy and All New X-Men, so naturally I’m excited to see this title.  But what really has me interested is the cover showing Shadowcat from Age of Apocalypse…is Kitty with Peter, or against him?

Magneto #20 (Marvel) – This title is showing how Magneto is trying to deal with the incursions, wanting to be the saviour of the planet so mutants can carry on.  Polaris is also along for the ride, helping her father but also looking after the humans her father is stepping over while he tries to save the day.  This title will more than likely be ending when the Marvel Universe gets its reboot, and I am looking forward to see how Magneto goes out.

Marvel Zombies #2 (Marvel) – Issue 1 was fun, and I really enjoyed Elsa Bloodstone as the main character we follow.  I only know her from the stories she’s guest starred in, and I’m glad to be seeing more of her and what kind of character she is.  Plus, who doesn’t like zombies?



Top Pick: Fables #150 (DC Comics/Vertigo) – I heard that this world shattering story was coming to an end in a big way during last year’s SDCC, this is one of those stories that every comic book reader needs to read yesterday and am interested to see if this ends in typical Fables fashion….

Archie vs Sharknado #1 (Archie) It has been quite a few months for Archie. He has fought zombies, died, fought Predator and now he fights Sharknado !!!! Nothing else to be said

JLA: Gods and Monsters : Batman #1 (DC Comics)- I loved the prequel series on Machinima, and can’t wait for the movie, but will settle for prequel comic book set in this alternate world, where Kirk Langstrom ( known to Batman devotees as Man-Bat) is Batman, should be interesting!!

Star-Lord and Kitty Pryde #1 (Marvel )- longtime readers know them as , *insert pun* “star crossed lovers”, but this takes place within Battle World, so one is curious to see if their love is the same or are they mortal enemies?

Wolf #1 (Image) I love hardboiled detectives, but hardboiled detectives who deal with the supernatural, (i.e., John Constantine, Harry Dresden) is a special breed, enter Antoine Wolfe.

IDW Publishing in October 2015

Back to the Future #1 (of 4)

Bob Gale, John Barber, Erik Burnham (w) • Brent Schoonover, Dan Schoening (a) • Schoening (c)

Untold Tales and Alternate Timelines,” part 1: BttF creator/screenwriter Bob Gale returns with all-new tales from the twisting and turning timeline that made Back to the Future a, well… TIMELESS pop-culture phenomenon! Take a trip back to 1985 and be there when Doc Brown and Marty McFly first meet, and then jump even farther back, to 1945, to witness Doc’s involvement in the super-secret Manhattan Project.

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Back to the Future #1 (of 5)—Brent Schoonover Variant

Bob Gale, John Barber, Erik Burnham (w) • Brent Schoonover, Dan Schoening (a) • Schoonover (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Back to the Future #1 (of 5)—Amy Mebberson Variant

Bob Gale, John Barber, Erik Burnham (w) • Brent Schoonover, Dan Schoening (a) • Amy Mebberson (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Back to the Future #1 (of 5)—Artist’s Edition Blank Sketch Variant

Bob Gale, John Barber, Erik Burnham (w) • Brent Schoonover, Dan Schoening (a) • Blank Sketch (c)

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Hunter S. Thompson (w) • Troy Little (adaptation, a & c)

In proud partnership with the Hunter S. Thompson Estate, Top Shelf Productions is pleased to announce Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, a delightfully bonkers graphic novel by Eisner-nominated artist Troy Little adapting Thompson’s seminal book of the same name. Join Thompson’s alter ego Raoul Duke on the mother of all Vegas benders, as he and his attorney Dr. Gonzo cover a motorcycle race, crash a drug-enforcement convention, and rack up obscenely large room-service bills, all while dosed to the gills on a truly spectacular assortment of mind-altering substances.

HC • FC • $24.99 • 176 pages • ISBN: 978-1-60309-375-0


League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Nemo Trilogy Slipcase Edition

Alan Moore (w) • Kevin O’Neill (a & c)

With a classic two-fisted spirit of adventure, Alan Moore & Kevin O’Neill explore stunning new horizons of their League of Extraordinary Gentlemen universe with the bestselling Nemo trilogy! These spinoff graphic novels follow the terrifying pirate queen Janni Nemo in her confrontations with unearthly Antarctic horrors (Heart of Ice), mechanical metropolitan monstrosities (The Roses of Berlin), and depraved tropical tyrants (River of Ghosts). Now, these handsome hardcovers are joined in a magnificent slipcase gloriously illustrated by Kevin O’Neill.

HC W/Slipcase • FC • $39.99 • 168 pages • ISBN: 978-1-60309-381-1


Offered Again!

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century HC • FC • $29.95 • ISBN: 978-1-60309-329-3


Upside Down (Book 2): A Hat Full of Spells

Jess Smart Smiley (w & a & c)

Harold, the sugar-loving vampire boy, is back with all his spooky friends for an all-new adventure! In the wake of Book One, witches are no longer plaguing the country… but their hats remain, charged with magical mischief! Jess Smart Smiley returns for a delightful all-ages romp in beautiful black, white, and green.

TPB • PC • $14.99 • 192 pages • ISBN: 978-1-60309-371-2


Offered Again!

Upside Down (Book 1): A Vampire Tale • PC • $9.95 • ISBN: 978-1-60309-088-9

Korgi (Book Two): The Cosmic Collector NEW PRINTING • BW • $10.00 • ISBN: 978-1-60309-010-0

Underwire • BW • $9.95 • ISBN: 978-1-60309-076-6


Fistful of Blood #1 (of 4)

Kevin Eastman (w) • Simon Bisley (a) • Eastman & Bisley (c)

“She drifted into town with a few days to kill…” Re-releasing the crazed adventure from Kevin Eastman and Simon Bisley! Every issue of this special edition will feature artwork re-mastered by Kevin Eastman, all-new colors, and a plethora of sketches, process work and other bonus material, too!

FC • 40 pages • $4.99


Fistful of Blood #1 (of 4)—Subscription Variant

Kevin Eastman (w) • Simon Bisley (a) • Eastman (c)

FC • 40 pages • $4.99


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 12: Vengeance, Pt. 1

Tom Waltz, Kevin Eastman (w) • Mateus Santolouco (a & c)

The Turtles return from Burnow Island to find unimaginable tragedy. As the family struggles to cope with these events, an enraged Foot Clan prepares its revenge. Meanwhile, Casey prepares for a final showdown with Hun as the Purple Dragons run amok. And, as the TMNT struggle to reunite as a family, a greater threat looms. Collects issues #45–47 and the 2015 FCBD issue.

TPB • FC • $17.99 • 104 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-450-4


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Box Set, Vol. 1

Kevin Eastman, Tom Waltz (w) • Dan Duncan, Andy Kuhn, Ben Bates (a) • Eastman (c)

TMNT co-creator Kevin Eastman and writer Tom Waltz guide readers through a ground-breaking new origin, and into epic tales of courage, loyalty and family. The Turtles and their allies battle for survival against enemies old and new in the dangerous streets and sewers of New York City. Includes TMNT volumes #1–5.

TPB • 520 Pages • 6.5” x 10.5” • $89.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-472-6


TMNT Color Classics, Vol. 3 #10

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“City at War, Part 8!” As Master Splinter remains trapped in the Rat King’s clutches, the TMNT must decide if they can trust Karai in a partnership to restore order to NYC.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Amazing Adventures #3

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The Mutanimals make their Amazing debut! Members of the team are acting strangely, and the reason is unknown. What happens when they determine the TMNT are to blame?

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #51

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A new age begins for the TMNT. The epic events of TMNT #50 have created new opportunity… and dangers. Will the family stay united in the face of a devastating new foe?

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Star Trek/Green Lantern #4 (of 6)

Mike Johnson (w) • Angel Hernandez (a) • Marc Laming (c)

The crossover event of 2015 continues here, as Starfleet and the Green Lantern Corps team up in the middle of a ring-powered galactic war! The evil Nekron has arrived in the Star Trek universe… with his eye on resurrecting the planet Vulcan itself! Don’t miss out on the latest chapter of this franchise-spanning epic!

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Star Trek: Gold Key Archives, Vol. 4

Arnold Drake, John David Warner, Gerry Boudreau (w) • Alberto Giolitti, Sal Trapani (a) • Michael Stribling (c)

Boldly going… where it all started! Presenting the first comic book adventures of the U.S.S. Enterprise and her crew! Fully remastered with new colors, volume 4 collects issues #19–24, including the stories “The Haunted Asteroid,” “A World Gone Mad,” “The Mummies of Heitus VII,” “Siege in Superspace,” “Child’s Play,” and “The Trial of Captain Kirk.”

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Star Trek #50—Five-Year Mission

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Don’t miss this special anniversary issue that kicks off an epic new 3-part adventure! For the first time, the crew of the new movie franchise will meet its evil Mirror counterpart! It’s Enterprise vs. Enterprise, Federation vs. the Terran Empire, with the fate of two universes at stake!

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G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero: COBRA WORLD ORDER Prelude

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It’s zero hour for Real American Hero! This table-setter leads into a mammoth 6-part bi-weekly event kicking off with next month’s RAH #219 and #220! G.I. JOE has been fighting the evil forces of COBRA for decades, but now COBRA is ready to unleash its master plan on an unsuspecting G.I. JOE!

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Transformers #46

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CONQUERORS part 1! OPTIMUS PRIME struggles to find his place on CYBERTRON where half the population hates him and the other half worships him. Meanwhile, on Earth, GALVATRON doesn’t care what anybody thinks.

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Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #46

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What does it mean to be a DECEPTICON in a postwar universe? Was MEGATRON’s rise to power the inevitable consequence of configurative determinism? Is it possible to “disprove” an ideology? Who decided that all the badges should be purple? In this issue, the Scavengers ponder at least one of these questions.

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Transformers: Redemption

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INTO THE WILD! The DINOBOTS engaged in some of the most brutal missions of the war—which made them damaged goods in the peace. Now, a mission to change the face of CYBERTRON offers a chance for something they never imagined… redemption.

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Transformers: Robots in Disguise Animated #4

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THE ANSWERS! BUMBLEBEE’s search for the truth about the rival AUTOBOT TEAM on Earth leads TEAM BEE to a thief with deep connections… but knowing the truth may be worse than getting lied to.

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Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye, Vol. 8

James Roberts (w) • Hayato Sakamoto, Brendan Cahill, Alex Milne (a) • Alex Milne (c)

The Decepticon Justice Division discovers that Megatron has joined the Autobots as the crew of the Lost Light start to think that the universe holds no more surprises for them. Of course, they are wrong! Collects issues #39–44.

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The X-Files: Season 11 #3

Joe Harris (w) • Matthew Dow Smith (a) • menton3 (c)

“Home Again,” Part 2 of 2: Despite his fugitive status, Mulder continues to investigate X-Files along the highways and byways of America. His latest stop is a secluded farm, which happens to be the new home of the infamous Peacock family!

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A variant cover from Brian Miller of Hi-Fi Studios, mashing up The X-Files and your favorite movies!

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The X-Files Classics: Ground Zero

Kevin J. Anderson (w) • Gordon Purcell (a) • Sam “Mister-Sam” Shearon (c)

Adapts the best-selling novel by Kevin J. Anderson. Dr. Gregory, a renowned nuclear weapons researcher, is not only dead–he’s been charred to a radioactive cinder. Since this is a death on federal property, Mulder and Scully are hastily called in. When a second victim, completely unrelated to nuclear science or Dr. Gregory is obliterated in the New Mexico desert, and then a third dies the same way in Washington, DC, Mulder and Scully begin to focus on the frightening dimension of their task. As they work to uncover the secret unifying element that ties these deaths, it becomes clear that this twisted puzzle has fatal consequences for the entire world.

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Godzilla in Hell #4 (of 5)

Brandon Seifert (w) • Ibrahim Moustafa (a & c)

Godzilla’s journey is stymied by an impenetrable wall of living flesh! Cornered, with nowhere to go, he is beset by devilish versions of his greatest foes—Destoroyah and King Ghidorah!

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The Fly: Outbreak

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Years ago, a scientist had a horrific accident when he tried to use his newly invented teleportation device and became a human-fly hybrid. Now, his almost-human son continues to search for a cure for the mutated genes.

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Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency #5

Chris Ryall (w) • Ilias Kyriazis (a & c)

Will the museum’s gala event for King Ahktenkhamen, a serial-killing couple, and a soul-stealing phone all wrap up nicely here? Of course not! Luckily, Dirk wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Edward Scissorhands, Vol. 2: Whole Again

Kate Leth (w) • Drew Rausch (a & c)

After settling in with Megs and her family, Edward becomes curious about a television “miracle doctor” named April Wells, and enlists the help of friends and townspeople to send her a homemade audition tape. While Megs struggles with her uncertainty about the whole situation, Edward has a quiet hope that, maybe, she could help him. Collects issues #6–10.

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Drive #3 (of 4)

Michael Benedetto (w) • Antonio Fuso (a & c)

It was a set up—had to be. And when the dead men at the hotel don’t make it home, those who sent them will ask questions. Then they’ll send someone else. They always do.

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Sherlock Holmes: The Seven-Per-Cent Solution #3 (of 5)

David & Scott Tipton (w) • Ron Joseph (a) • Kelley Jones (c)

Holmes and Watson have arrived in Vienna in the hopes of treating Holmes’ addiction, but soon find themselves grappling with something they didn’t expect: a mystery! The adaptation of the best-selling novel continues!

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The Shrinking Man #4 (of 4)

Ted Adams (w) • Mark Torres (a & c)

In the finale to Richard Matheson’s classic story, will Scott continue to shrink away to nothing or find his way back to a world that has let him down (and down)?

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Jem and the Holograms, Vol. 1: Showtime

Kelly Thompson (w) • Sophie Campbell (a & c)

Meet Jerrica Benton—a girl with a secret. She and her sisters team up with to become… JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS! But what does it mean to be JEM today? Fashion, art, action, and style collide in Jem and the Holograms: Showtime!

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Jem and the Holograms #8

Kelly Thompson (w) • Emma Vieceli (a & c)

“Viral,” Part 2! JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS finish their new video with holographic supercomputer SYNERGY’s help and prepare for a house party celebrating the video’s world wide launch. Meanwhile, THE MISFITS bristle under the new management of… ERIC RAYMOND!

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Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire #2 (of 5)

Brian Clevenger (w) • Scott Wegener (a & c)

Atomic Robo’s head is discovered and a new style of bowling is founded. Also: monsters threaten all life on earth!

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D4VE2 #2 (of 4)

Ryan Ferrier (w) • Valentin Ramon (a & c)

While the robots scramble to locate the [REDACTED], D4VE gets a new face for a hot date, and 5COTTY becomes a hero. It all comes crashing down when D4VE is faced with a decision that will define him and his entire species.

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Skylanders: Superchargers #1

Ron Marz, David A. Rodriguez (w) • Fico Ossio (a) • Fico Ossio (c)

GET SUPERCHARGED! Join Spyro and all his Skylanders friends as they meet a new group of friends and embark on their most perilous journey to date!

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Angry Birds: Super Angry Birds # 2 (of 4)

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When New Yolk City is in peril, only one team is brave enough… bold enough… mad enough to stand up and fight for the rights of its citizens. They are – the Super Angry Birds!

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My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #35

Jeremy Whitley (w) • Andy Price (a) • Sara Richard (c)

“Siege of the Crystal Empire,” Part 2! The mystery antagonist reveals the next stage in a diabolical scheme! Will our ponies be able to uncover what role Sombra is meant to play before it’s too late?

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My Little Pony: Friends Forever #21

Ted Anderson (w) • Agnes Garbowska (a) • Amy Mebberson (c)

A strange flu has descended over Ponyville! Only two friends find themselves immune… Spike and Zecora? Will the unusual pair be able to find a cure?

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My Little Pony Art Gallery II

Various (a) • Sara Richard (c)

A brand new art gallery featuring your favorite Pony artists! Rare and never-before-seen art fill this gorgeous book!

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My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Vol. 8

Ted Anderson, Christina Rice, Thom Zahler (w) • Jay Fosgitt, Agnes Garbowska, Tony Fleecs (a) • Agnes Garbowska (c)

Rarity helps Cherilee and her sister mend hurt feelings over a long-simmering grudge. A massive event celebrating Ponyville’s founding is nearing but an argument between friends splits the town into two argumentative factions! And, something sinister is happening at Sweet Apple Acres! Bad apples have come alive and are determined to take over all of Ponyville! Collects issues #29–33.

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Walt Disney Comics & Stories: 75th Anniversary Special

William Van Horn, Carl Fallberg (w) • William Van Horn, Walt Kelly, Al Taliaferro, Paul Murry, Al Hubbard (a) • Daan Jippes & Heinrike Goorhuis (c)

“Howlin’ crashwagons!” It’s here! This king-size celebration of Disney’s flagship title brings together Donald, Mickey, Uncle Scrooge, Goofy, Magica, Chip ‘n’ Dale, Big Bad Wolf, Ludwig Von Drake, and a prized pantheon of favorite artists and writers—tracing decades of thrills, memories and mayhem!

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Donald Duck #6

Guido Martina, Harry Gladstone (w) • Giovan Battista Carpi, Harry Gladstone (a) • Dave Alvarez (c)

Donald’s debut as “The Diabolical Duck Avenger” wraps up—but will it finish a Duck family feud? Then Donald’s nephews celebrate a “Birthday Bugaboo!”

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Mickey Mouse #5

Bill Wright (w & a) • Jonathan Gray (c)

“The Ghost of Man-Eater Mountain!” Mickey’s and Goofy’s skiing holiday turns spooky—and near-deadly!—when a spectral kidnapper strikes!

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Uncle Scrooge #7

Romano Scarpa, Joe Torcivia (w) • Romano Scarpa (a) • William Van Horn (c)

“Mummy Fearest”: When Scrooge rebuilds his Money Bin in pyramid form, rival tycoon John D. Rockerduck decides it’s time for a Pharaoh’s curse!

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Walt Disney’s Comics & Stories #724

Bruno Sarda (w) • Daan Jippes, Massimo De Vita (a) • Henrieke Goorhuis (c)

Man-eating tigers menace Mickey under the big top in “Search for the Zodiac Stone,” Part 4 of 12. Then we’re celebrating Comics and Stories’ 75th anniversary with a new Daan Jippes Donald Duck adventure!

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Mickey Mouse: The Mysterious Crystal Ball

Andrea “Casty” Castellan, Bill Walsh, Jonathan Gray (w) • Giorgio Cavazzano, Manuel Gonzales, Paul Murry (a) • Amy Mebberson (c)

The adventures of Mickey Mouse return in these kid-friendly-sized collections of classic stories such as “The Lost Explorers’ Trail,” “Mickey Mouse vs. The Phantom Blot,” “The Mysterious Crystal Ball,” and more!

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Sam Kieth’s The Maxx Artist’s Edition HC

Sam Kieth, William Messner-Loebs (w) • Sam Kieth (a & c)

Kieth has long been one of comics most unique talents. Starting with his career-making turn on Wolverine in Marvel Comics Presents, followed by the best-selling Maxx series, and then Aliens, Batman, Epicurus the Sage, and more, Sam’s beautiful and delicate line-work have earned him legions of devoted fans. But now is your chance to see his pages as close to the original art as possible—as if you were peering over his shoulder onto his drawing board!

This artist’s edition will collect the first 6 issues of The Maxx and present a selection of gorgeous covers—all at their full size, all scanned from the original art, and all produced by the multiple Eisner Award-winning Artist’s Edition team at IDW Publishing!

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The Maxx: Maxximized #24

Sam Kieth (w & a & c)

Sara finds herself out on a pier, literally and figuratively, and is swallowed up by exploding fairies and the relentless Yellow Slug, as the self-esteem tape—which plays in his head—does nothing to slow his destructive path of mayhem!

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Empire: Uprising #5

Mark Waid (w) • Barry Kitson (a & c)

Now that Golgoth has set his sights on new worlds to conquer, the void left by his absence threatens to tear the Empire apart. Who—if anyone—will ascend to the throne?

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Empire, Vol. 2: Uprising

Mark Waid (w) • Barry Kitson (a & c)

A decade after the groundbreaking first volume of Empire, Mark Waid and Barry Kitson’s beloved Eisner-nominated series returns with the all-new Empire: Uprising! It’s been a year since the events of the original series, and much has changed for Golgoth, the first supervillain to finally have conquered the world. But can he hold onto his rein–and does he even want to? Collects issues #1–4.

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Insufferable #6

Mark Waid (w) • Peter Krause (a & c)

What was Malvolia’s plan? How is Praetorean involved in the murder of Galahad’s mother? And who is wearing the Suit of Babies?

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Onyx #4 (of 4)

Chris Ryall (w) • Gabriel Rodriguez (a & c)

Onyx came here to save our planet from a threat from beyond the stars, only to learn here that even greater peril exists at the hands of the very people she’s come to trust.

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String Divers #3 (of 5)

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The String-Divers, the Quantum Rangers, and Dark Matter Scalar Diver Phil all bend, fold, and mutilate quantum physics in a battle that wreaks havoc across all ten—or is it nine now?—dimensions!

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Zombies vs Robots #10

Chris Ryall, Lucy Ryall (w) • Antonio Fuso, Nico Peña (a) • Ashley Wood (c)

Ryall and Fuso conclude “War! ‘Bots!” in explosive fashion! And in a special bonus, 9-year-old progeny Lucy Ryall and artist Nico Peña contribute a one-of-a-kind ZvR tale!

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The October Faction #9

Steve Niles (w) • Damien Worm (a & c)

In their first day of training as monster hunters, the Allan children must now face the most fearsome monster of them all… their mother! And in the process, a terrible secret about their real parents is revealed.

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Danger Girl: Renegade #2 (of 4)

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More details emerge from Abbey Chase’s past as a 16-year-old in Tokyo… learning martial arts and foreign languages from a female member of the secret police. Then, in present-day Brazil, Abbey continues the search for her long-missing father… and for a valuable gem!

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BOY-1 #3 (of 4)

H.S. Tak (w) • Amancay Nahuelpan (a) • Brent McKee (c)

In the near future, when the drug-addled heir of a genetic-engineering company begins to investigate his company’s murky past, he discovers he is the catalyst in a terrifying global event that will transform him and forever alter the course of human evolution.

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TET #2 (of 4)

Paul Allor (w) • Paul Tucker (a & c)

The city is on fire; the murder remains unsolved; star-crossed lovers are split apart. As the Tet Offensive begins, Eugene abandons his post, and navigates a hellish landscape, desperate to find the woman he loves. But who’s going to save him?

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Ragnarök, Vol. 1: Last God Standing

Walter Simonson (w & a & c)

Ragnarök…the Twilight of the Gods in Norse mythology…the destruction of the Nine Worlds. And now, three hundred years later, the birth of vengeance. Walter Simonson returns to comics in this stunning all-new series.

HC • 7” x 11” • 148 Pages • $24.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-068-1


Ragnarök, Vol. 1: Last God Standing – Deluxe Incentive Edition

Walter Simonson (w & a & c)


HC w/slipcase • 7” x 11” • 148 Pages • $25.00 net cost item • ISBN: 978-1-63140-478-8

Haunted Horror #19: Special Halloween Issue

Various (w) • Alex Toth, Lou Cameron, Jack Abel, Eugene Hughes, Art Gates, and more (a) • Bernard Baily (c)

A terrifying Spook-tacular Halloween Ish! Steve Banes of the infamous “The Horrors of It All” pre-code comics blog, assembles, Frankenstein-like, this Halloween horror-winner of a comic book! Tremble and read if you dare this frightful fare: “Out of the Black Night”, “Trick or Treat” and many more morbid tales! This Halloween eye-candy won’t rot your teeth—just your brain!

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Popeye Classics #39

Bud Sagendorf (w & a & c)

Popeye, the beloved swab, is back in this comic that could be hailed as “Bud Sagendorf’s Comics and Stories”! The long-time assistant to Popeye’s creator E.C. Segar took all the great chops from his boss and added more spinach and surrealism for a heady and hilarious mix!  This issue boasts Popeye, Wimpy and Swee’ Pea in a 25-page pot-boiler, “The Mountain That Talked Back!” and more!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Popeye Classics, Vol. 7

Bud Sagendorf (w & a & c)

Re-presenting the classic Popeye comic book series that debuted in 1948 by Bud Sagendorf, the long-time assistant to creator E.C. Segar! Carefully reproduced from the original comic books and lovingly restored, volume 7 contains issues #30–34. Also included are more of Sagendorf’s gloriously funny one-pagers, rare photos, and extra artwork!

HC • FC • $29.99 • 200 pages • 8.5” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-447-4

Popeye Classic Vol 7

GHOSTS AND GIRLS of Fiction House!

Various (w) • Matt Baker, Maurice Whitman, and more (a) • Maurice Whitman (c)

The publisher Fiction House was infamous for what anti-comics crusader Dr. Fredric Wertham called “headlight comics,” i.e. comics featuring the ample female bosom. The Pre-Code publisher used their buxom heroines to star in jungle comics, science fiction tales, and scary GHOST STORIES!

The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics series curates the sexiest and scariest of these poltergeist-infused Good Girl Art comics in a pulse-pounding tome! Your hair will stand on end and at the same time your toes will curl!

HC • FC • $24.99 • 152 pages • 8.5” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-404-7


The Complete Voodoo, Vol. 1

Various (w) • Matt Baker, The Iger Shop (a) • The Iger Shop (c)

Good Girl Art, and old-skool horror art by the master Matt Baker and his associates from the infamous art group The Iger Shop!

Filled with lurid pulp-fiction comics like “Zombie Bride,” “The Weird Dead,” and “The Crawling Horror.” This large format, full-color book of terrors, is the first of three volumes and has a fear-filled and fascinating introduction by Mike “The Worst of Eerie Publications” Howlett!

HC • FC • $29.99 • 208 pages • 8.5” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-455-9

Voodoo Cover

Gil Kane’s Undersea Agent

Steve Skeates, Gardner Fox (w) • Gil Kane (a) • Gil Kane, Ryan Brown (c)

After the job was done for the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, a new force was revealed in UNDERSEA AGENT! Helmed by comics master Gil Kane, this special hardcover collection includes all of his work from the short-lived series. A must-have for Kane fans, and Tower Comics collectors.

HC • FC • $17.99 • 72 pages • 7” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-444-3


Rampage Jackson: Street Soldier, Vol. 1

Fabian Nicieza, Mike Baron, Barbara Kesel, Tom Peyer, Martin Pasko, Adam Beechen, Marc Bernardin, Adam Freeman, Lucas Werneck (w) • Leonardo Romero, Fabiano Neves (a) • Dan Panosian (c)

Rampage Jackson has touched the lives of millions, and when one of them reaches out for help against a terrible threat, he swings into action. With astonishing new super powers and his faithful dog, Andronicus, by his side, he must prepare for bone crunching throw downs in over-the-top adventures! An anthology of amazing self-contained stories, Rampage Jackson: Street Soldier marks the beginning of a bold new era of superhero fun!

TPB • FC • $17.99 • 144 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-379-8


Angel: Season Six, Vol. 1

Joss Whedon, Brian Lynch (w) • Franco Urru, Tim Kane, David Messina, Stephen Mooney, John Byrne, Nick Runge, Fabio Mantovani, Kevyn Schmidt, Mirco Pierfederici (a) • Nick Runge (c)

After the Fall?! How about after the show?! Picking up where the television series left off, Angel: Season Six brings all the best moments from Angel: First Night, Spike: After the Fall, and Angel: After the Fall into a two-volume set. With Season Six on your shelf, the memory of Angel will not fade away.

TPB • FC • $29.99 • 376 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-438-2


Dragonlance Classics, Vol. 2

Dan Mishkin (w) • Dave Simons, Michael Collins, Jim Janes (a) • Michael Collins (c)

The adventures in the magical world of Krynn, where the evil Dragonlords rule continue. Collects issues #9–16 of the DC Comics series.

TPB • FC • $29.99 • 212 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-439-9


Offered Again!

Dragonlance Classics, Vol. 1 • FC • $29.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-319-4

Silent Hill Omnibus, Vol. 2

Tom Waltz (w) • Steph Stamb, Menton3, Tristan Jones (a) • Justin Randall (c)

This omnibus collects three tales of horror all written by Tom Waltz: Sinner’s Reward with art by Steph Stamb, Past Life with art by menton3, and Downpour: Anne’s Story with art by Tristan Jones.

TPB • FC • $24.99 • 284 pages • 6” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-448-1


Offered Again!

Silent Hill Omnibus, Vol. 1 • FC • $24.99 • ISBN: 978-1-60010-239-4

V-Wars, Vol. 3: Night Terrors

Jonathan Maberry, Larry Correia, James A. Moore, Jeremy Robinson, John Everson, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Hank Schwaeble, Scott Nicholson, Marcus Pelegrimas, Tim Waggoner, Scott Sigler, Weston Ochse, Sam Orion Nova West-Mensch (w) • Trevor Hutchison (c)

V-Wars: Night Terrors collects stories from the reporters embedded with the Beats (humans) and the Bloods (vampires). New York Times Best Seller Jonathan Maberry and his team of front-line storytellers bring you all-new tales of horror and heroism, of pain and delight, of deadly despair and soaring courage. The war between Beats and Bloods is blazing. Pick a side.

TPB • B&W • $19.99 • 384 pages • 6” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-272-2


Offered Again!

V-Wars, Vol. 1 HC • FC • $24.99 • ISBN: 978-1-61377-151-8
V-Wars, Vol. 2: Blood and Fire HC • FC • $24.99 • ISBN: 978-1-63140-027-8

Offered Again!

G.I. JOE: Complete Collection, IDW LIMITED HC • FC • $95.00 net • ISBN: 978-1-61377-840-1
My Little Pony, Vol. 1 IDW LIMITED HC • FC • $95.00 net • UPC: 8277140056600111
Star Trek, Vol. 2 IDW LIMITED HC • FC • $95.00 net • UPC: 82771400642100111
TMNT Ultimate Collection, Vol. 2 IDW LIMITED HC • BW • $95.00 net • ISBN: 978-1-61377-813-5
Transformers: IDW Collection, Vol. 2 IDW LIMITED HC • FC • $95.00 net • UPC: 9781613777862
Transformers: Last Stand of the Wreckers IDW LIMITED H C • FC • $95.00 net • ISBN: 978-1-61377-787-9

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