It has been years since an insane family of neo-Nazis murdered her boyfriend and almost killed Hope. Now she is tracking them down and exacting her bloody revenge.
Trained by her father in martial combat, Hope grew from an angry and grieving teenage girl into a cold-hearted bounty hunter. When she discovers the family who brutalized her is now running for public office and controlling a cabal of violent white nationalists from the shadows, she gears up and hits the road with the intent to slaughter every single Nazi that stands against Hope.
Award-winning author Victor Santos writes and draws Against Hope, a brutal new graphic novel filled with danger, catharsis, and impactful revelations that echo across decades of Hope’s life.
Against Hope hits comic shelves June 3, 2020 and book stores June 16, 2020. Against Hope is currently available for pre-order. This 192-page paperback will retail for $19.99.
Big Trouble In Little China Legacy Edition Book Two SC
Publisher: BOOM! Studios Writer: Fred Van Lente Artist: Joe Eisma, Dan McDaid, Victor Santos Colorist: Gonzalo Duarte Letterer: Ed Dukeshire Cover Artist: Phantom City Creative Price: $29.99
Thrust from 1986 into modern times, Jack Burton enters his strangest adventure yet—and it’s only going to get stranger. Someone’s sold his truck, the Pork Chop express, but before he can get it back, he’s got to go to China for a Poker tournament, and finally ends up in 1907 San Francisco! With the help of old foes and dark magic, Jack just might get back home, while also uncovering the origins of Lo Pan and Egg.
Writer Fred Van Lente (Amazing Spider-Man, Deadpool) and artists Joe Eisma (Archie), Dan McDaid (Firefly), and Victor Santos (Polar) in the continuing adventures of Jack Burton, taking place mere moments after the ending to the original film.
Legacy Editions collect every issue of the most popular BOOM! Studios series in chronological order and in a newly designed, value priced format for the very first time.
Collects Big Trouble In Little China #13-25, originally collected in Big Trouble in Little China Volumes 4-6.
Shelby and her
three best friends rule the streets of Brooklyn—and everyone in the neighborhood knows not to mess with the
Sukeban Tribe. Inspired by the Japanese girl gangs of the 1970s, the teenagers
ride scooters armed with golf clubs and cash from selling drugs, terrorizing
their classmates, parents, and anyone who dares defy them. But when they attack
a classmate who hasn’t paid what she owes, things start to get messy—and not in the fun way.
Powell, Tracy Marsh, Jason Ciaramella (w) • Phil Hester, Victor Santos (a) •
Eric Powell (c)
The King of the Monsters rises again, and he’s bringing lots of
other beloved Toho monsters with him in one destructive saga! When Godzilla
appears off the coast of Japan, the Japanese government must respond quickly to
contain the disaster… but before long, other monsters begin appearing all
over the world. Can humanity survive this mysterious onslaught of giant beasts?
Featuring Anguirus, Battra, Destroyah, Gigan, Hedorah, King Ghidorah, Kumonga,
Mechagodzilla, Mothra, Rodan, Spacegodzilla, and Titanosaurus. Collects the
entire 12-issue series for the first time.
Shelby’s done being abused by Jared—and now
that she knows about Kate’s betrayal, she’s done with her best friend. But the
Sukeban Tribe ain’t nothing to mess with—and Shelby’s got plans of her own to
get ahead in the mean streets of Brooklyn.
Based on the graphic novel/webcomic series by Victor Santos, Polar gets two posters as well as a trailer. It debuts on Netflix January 25.
The world’s top assassin, Duncan Vizla, aka The Black Kaiser (Mads Mikkelsen), is settling into retirement when his former employer marks him as a liability to the firm. Against his will, he finds himself back in the game going head to head with an army of younger, faster, ruthless killers who will stop at nothing to have him silenced.
Shelby was once best friends with her cousin Sam, but they haven’t spoken since he moved away to boarding school and later became a famous singer in the boy band Urban Smile. Determined to keep her connection to Sam a secret, she’s only ever told her best friend, Kate. But Kate’s priorities lay elsewhere, and she’s willing to break Shelby’s confidence to get what she wants.
Shelby and her three best friends rule the streets of Brooklyn—and everyone in the neighborhood knows not to mess with the Sukeban Tribe. Inspired by the Japanese girl gangs of the 1970s, the teenagers ride scooters armed with golf clubs and cash from selling drugs, and terrorize their classmates, parents, and anyone who dares defy them. But when they attack a classmate who hasn’t paid what she owes, things start to get messy—and not in the fun way.