WIth EXCLUSIVE DIGITAL CONTENT including original art and sketches!From the smash-hit writer behind X-Men Legacy!Dying young, a brilliant Mathematician discovers a way to cheat the terrifying Divine Calculator. He schemes to be endlessly reincarnated in the life of the woman he loves, no matter how often the violent bailiffs of the Karmic Accountancy cut short each life. It falls to one such Karmic agent -- the surly Bastard Zane -- to put a stop to the time-twisting romance once and for all, before the Mathematician can pull-off his greatest trick and escape Existential Justice forever!
A symphony of shadows...a symphony of shudders. Beyond the Carpathian Moutains, in the land called Transylvania, there lived a monster that preyed on men and fed on their blood. It crossed the sea on day, driven by a greater need than the bloodlust, to seek out a woman of great beauty and great power. Featuring the comic adaptation of F. W. Murnau’s classic film of life and undeath. The first issue of the expressionistic classic that was released as a German film in the 1920’s, it was notable for being the first incarnation of a filmed version of Dracula although the names were changed to avoid a lawsuit with the Stoker estate. However, the estate sued and all prints were ordered destroyed. Fortunately, some of the prints stayed available to allow the classic to come to light.
Multi-Eisner award-winning writer Paul Tobin pens a fantasy epic of the adventures of Geralt of Rivia, a witcher—one of the few remaining monster hunters from the critically acclaimed video game fantasy The Witcher by CD Projekt Red! Featuring story art by Joe Querio, Piotr Kowalski, Max Bertolini, with a bonus sketchbook section and additional art by Dave Johnson (100 Bullets), Dan Panosian (Slots), Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo), Duncan Fegredo (MPH), Simon Bisley (Lobo), and a cover by Mike Mignola (Hellboy). Collects issues #1–#5 of The Witcher comic series House of Glass, Fox Children, Curse of Crows, and the Killing Monsters one-shot—and features annotations from the creators of the comics, as well as a sketchbook section.
Collects Fantastic Four: Grand Design (2019) #1-2, Fantastic Four (1961) #51. The best-selling GRAND DESIGN format continues with Marvel’s First Family! Critically acclaimed cartoonist Tom Scioli re-examines the FF’s early days in the “sole-authorship” tradition made famous by Ed Piskor’s X-MEN: GRAND DESIGN trilogy! Join the Watcher and witness how it all began for Mister Fantastic, the Invisible Girl, the Human Torch and the Thing! And relive the debuts of the biggest friends and foes in the FF’s history — Doctor Doom, the Black Panther, Galactus, the Mole Man, the Inhumans and more — as the fabulous Fantastic Four receive the GRAND DESIGN treatment!
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Eva, a high school outcast, finds herself witness to a horrible secret: the most popular boy in school enjoys the taste of blood and will kill to get his hands on it. Horrified and intrigued, Eva lets herself be pulled into Donatien’s macabre world. He offers the escape she has been looking for…but how much is Eva willing to betray her moral code in order to find something that gives her life meaning? And will she—or Donatien—ever find redemption? Maria Llovet (Faithless) presents a dark, violent, decadent, disturbing story, in which life and death, blood and love, are inextricably intertwined.
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For years, Vic Sage has worn the faceless mask of the Question to clean up the streets of Hub City by sheer force of will. He knows right from wrong. He knows black from white. But what happens when he is drawn into a conspiracy that reaches from the heights of Hub City power to the depths of its underground tunnels? What happens when things stop being black-and-white and start getting a little gray? And what happens when, in a secret chamber deep beneath the city, Vic Sage meets his own end...and his new beginning? Eisner-winning writer Jeff Lemire joins forces with the legendary art team of Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz to resurrect Vic Sage, only to destroy him all over again... and again...
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DOUBLE-SIZED FIRST ISSUE! Elon is a latchkey kid who spends his days alone reading comic books—until his favorite superhero, Olympian, comes crashing off the page and into reality! But as he nurses his wounded and delirious hero back to health, he discovers Olympian isn’t the only thing that came through… something evil followed him. A comedic yet heartfelt love letter to the comics medium, OLYMPIA is also a meditation on hope and loss, conceived by CURT PIRES (Wyrd) and his father, TONY PIRES, while Tony was undergoing treatment for cancer.
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More lies! More vampires! More puppets! Pinocchio is back, but now he must share the vampire-killing stage with his wooden siblings. The stakes are raised in this sequel to the acclaimed graphic novel, as Pinocchio unravels the mystery of the undead menace and his own shadowy background. But will turmoil within the band of slayers spoil their efforts as they battle the bloodsuckers across Italy and even at sea in this darkly funny take on the classic character?
CRIME DOES PAY! Everything's going perfectly for PETER PARKER…he's got some time off and landed tickets to the hottest Broadway show in town…which means there's another shoe ready to drop somewhere…Join everyone's favorite web-slinger in an all-new story against his classic foe THE CRIME MASTER! Also including a special reprinting of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #2, featuring the first appearance of THE VULTURE!
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James Patterson's Worldwide Bestselling Series gets a Marvel makeover. Follow the soaring adventures of Max and her extraordinary "flock", Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gasman and Angel, as they try to escape their creators and defend themselves from the diabolical Erasers. Along the way Max discovers her purpose is saving the world, but can she?
Homer the Happy Ghost is a fictional supernatural-humor character published by Atlas Comics, the 1950s predecessor ofMarvel Comics. The title character first appeared in Homer, The Happy Ghost #1 (March 1955); although strongly resemblingCasper, he possesses freckles, a Tintin style cowlick and a halo. All of Homer's stories were written by Stan Lee and drawn byDan DeCarlo. The title lasted until 1958. In addition, Atlas published two issues of Adventures of Homer Ghost (June & Aug. 1957.)
In this classic Jack Kirby series we meet the mightiest dinosaur of the stone age! With his best friend MoonBoy the unlikely pair fight against the strangest enemies of all times.