Warlord of Mars Omnibus Vol. 2 TP
writers: Arvid Nelson and more
artists: Rafael Lanhellas, Leandro Oliviera, and more
cover: Joe Jusko
FC | 496 pages | $29.99 | Teen+
COLLECTS ISSUES 19-35, #0, AND #100
John Carter has freed Mars from Issus, the false goddess whose tyranny once ruled the entire planet… but at a great personal cost. Dejah Thoris, his beloved princess, was taken by Matai Shang, a renegade priest determined to avenge the planet’s shattered religion. Activating a doomsday device to destroy the fragile Martian atmosphere, Shang flees into the unknown regions of the north. Carter, aided by his son Carthoris and trusted alien pet Woola, must unite the many races of Mars — despite the ages of distrust and open warfare among them — for the singular purpose of averting Judgment Day!
Pathfinder Vol. 4 Origins HC
writer: Erik Mona, James L. Sutter, F. Wesley Schneider
artist: Tom Garcia, Kevin Stokes, Leandro Oliviera
cover: Stjepan Sejic
FC • 200 pages • $29.99 • Teen+
To prove themselves to the Pathfinder Society, Valeros the fighter and his companions must recount tales of their early exploits in a world beset by magic and evil. Thrill to the solo adventures of Valeros, holy warrior Kyra, Seoni the sorcerer, martial artist Sijan, Harsk the dwarven ranger, and Ezren the wizard, as they journey treacherous lands, survive wild creatures and fairy magic, unearth ancient threats, and prove their heroism time and time again!
With six captivating stories (each connected by a common narrative thread) and explosive artwork, this fourth volume in the Pathfinder graphic novel series expands upon the mythos of Paizo’s award-winning fantasy world, fiction line, and tabletop RPG. The collection features Pathfinder: Origins issues #1-6 by Erik Mona (Publisher of Paizo Publishing, LLC), game designers James L. Sutter and F. Wesley Schneider, and artists Tom Garcia, Kevin Stokes, and Leandro Oliviera; a cover gallery of 30 beautiful images; twenty-four pages of characters and world detail for the Pathfinder RPG, and a removable poster-map of the region explored in the graphic novel.
WARLORD OF MARS VOL. 4 TPB
Arvid Nelson (w)
Leandro Oliviera, Everton Sousa, Rafael Lanhellas, Marcio Abreu, Wagner Reis (a)
Joe Jusko (c)
FC • 272 pages • $24.99 • Mature
All of Mars is united under John Carter, but forces behind the scenes are plotting to tear the Red Planet apart. A conspiracy threatens to trigger all-out war between the Red Martians and the savage Green hordes can Carter’s most steadfast ally, the mighty Tars Tarkas, overcome his own bestial urges and save the planet?
Meanwhile, a beloved figure from Mars’s past makes a surprise reappearance, but all is not well, and soon Carter and his family find themselves hunted and on the run. What’s John Carter to do? Whip out his sword and start killing people, of course! Two epic tales of betrayal, mystery, romance and action await you in Warlord of Mars Volume 4, collecting issues 26 through 35 of the ongoing series.
- Issues 26-35 of the hit series written by Arvid Nelson and illustrated by Everton Sousa, Leandro Oliveira, Rafael Lanhellas, Marcio Abreu and Wagner Reis
- Complete risqué cover gallery featuring the art by Joe Jusko, Lucio Parrillo, Cint Langley, Lui Antonio, José Malaga, Cezar Razek, Carlos Rafael, and Wagner Reis
WARLORD OF MARS VOL. 3 TP
Arvid Nelson (w)
Daniel Sampere, Stefano Martino, Leandro Oliviera (a)
Joe Jusko (c)
FC • 168 pages • $19.99 • Mature
John Carter has freed Mars from Issus, the false goddess whose tyranny once ruled the entire planet… but at a great personal cost. Dejah Thoris, his beloved princess, was kidnapped by a renegade priest bent on revenge! Activating a doomsday device to destroy the fragile Martian atmosphere, the evil Shang flees into the unknown regions of the north. Carter, aided by his son Carthoris and trusted alien pet Woola, must unite the many races of Mars – despite the ages of distrust and open warfare – to avert Judgment Day!
• Issues 19-25 of the hit series written by Arvid Nelson and illustrated by Stefano Martino, Vincente Cifuentes, Leandro Oliveira, and Everton Sousa
• All of the covers by Joe Jusko and Lucio Parrillo