Chris Weston comic
Children have been disappearing from their bedrooms under circumstances so mysterious that local police call in the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense. The kids find cold comfort from fishman Abe Sapien and the disembodied ghost of Johann Kraus -- but when the innocent fantasy world of monsters and magic they used to enjoy becomes engulfed in terror and nightmares, the bizarre strangers who show up to help don't seem quite so scary after all.
- Issue # Full (5 months ago)
SERIES PREMIEREFan-favorite JOE HARRIS (SNOWFALL, The X-Files) and mega-talented newcomer MEGAN HUTCHISON deliver a new ongoing series exploring rock 'n' roll's untold mysteries and secrets! "NATIVITY IN BLACKLIGHT," Part One When a pattern of unsolved "groupie" murders from the 1970s resumes in present-day Los Angeles, nobody makes the connection except Jackie Mayer, a rock nerd with a strange connection to music's urban legends and lost history. Together with muckraking music writer Dorothy Buell, they soon uncover a vast conspiracy involving a legendary band, demonic possession, and sacrifices to the dark gods of rock.
The lost daughter of Kaizen Gamorra returns to the WildStorm Universe! Yumiko Gamorra is reborn, rising from the ashes of destruction caused by the Authority, as the new Cybernary a Hunter Killer cyborg infused with state-of-the-art nanotechnology. Is she merely the scion of WildStorm's worst tyrant or something much more powerful?
Darkness Falls: The Tragic Life of Matilda Dixon serves as a prologue to the film, recounting the century-old events that set a horrifying cycle of violence in motion. The movie stars Emma Caulfield (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and is slated for January 2003 release. The comic book is written by Joe Harris (X-Men) and drawn by Charlie Adlard (The X-Files). The comic focuses on a defining moment in the history of Darkness Falls, a small fishing village. Matilda Dixon, a once-beautiful, now-disfigured widow has developed a special relationship with the children of Darkness Falls. They bring her their recently shed baby teeth in exchange for coins. However, the mask-clad Dixon's familiarity with the town's children alarms their parents, and when two children go missing a lynch mob gathers to make Matilda pay. Unable to defend herself from the town's fury, Matilda is hanged from the nearest tree. No sooner is her neck broken than the two children reveal themselves: they had simply snuck off to go to the fair. The comic is as sorrowful as it is frightening and the events of the book clearly presage the curse that Matilda's death has cast on Darkness Falls and its children for decades to come. The comic book is written by Joe Harris (X-Men) and drawn by Charlie Adlard (The X-Files).
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Colossus's parents have passed away and embarks on a trip back to his home in Russia accompanied by Wolverine and Nightcrawler. Of course it is not a reunion without Omega Red!
Collects the entire SCARLET LEGION miniseries!The Crimson Chronicles, that foul bible of blood, foretells the coming of Chaos, the Destroyer, and his servants on earth. Since her earliest days, Vampirella has stood between that vicious cult and their Mad God's plans. But when an ancient prophecy of doom is uncovered and a new push to resurrect the foulest demons from the pit is revealed, it's clear Vampirella won't be able to take them on alone. Enter The Scarlet Legion - assembled to keep the dark things at bay and protect this world from the evils which lie beyond. The only question is, will they see Vampirella as friend... or foe?
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
Fifteen years ago, the end of the world the anticipated "Millennium Event" was avoided thanks to the efforts of Frank Black and FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. Or was it? Frank's psychic gifts have been showing him that evil has continued to grow unabated in the world, and he's trying his best to ignore it. But soon the resurgence of the Millennium Group and their quest to find Frank's daughter Jordan will pull him into the fray once again, whether he likes it or not!
Thirteen years after the original series run, THE X-FILES has enjoyed a momentous return to television in a thrilling event series from creator/executive producer Chris Carter. Now, with the participation of Carter, IDW Publishing is proud to bring to comics the continuing adventures of iconic FBI Agents FOX MULDER and DANA SCULLY!
Gotham City is in chaos and the villains of Arkham Asylum are running amok. Doctor Phosphorus seeks out another scientist to help him grow even more powerful. But when that scientist is Kirk Langstrom, a.k.a. Man-Bat, Doctor Phosphorus--and all of Gotham--will get much more than they bargained for!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The series was well received, but was canceled due to an editorial decision to produce less X-men related comics, in order to stop the overflow of X-men comics at the time. Among the cancelled comics where Mutant X, Gambit and Bishop: the Last X-man. The series was closed in a mini-series named Gambit & Bishop - Sons of the Atom.
Toyland was once a place of wonder and beauty, at least until the teddy dictator Roxbury took over. After Matthew's brother and playmate, Alex, disappears, Matthew finds himself carried into Toyland by his own loyal toy soldiers. Matthew soon learns that Alex has been here, too - and is now being held captive by Roxbury. Leading an attack on the teddy bear's fortress, Matthew never considers that his brother might be beyond saving.
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
Don't miss this prelude to the biggest comic event of the year! This special story recaps the key moments leading up to the start of BLACKEST NIGHT and will give readers everything they need to know about the Green Lantern universe, their ongoing War of Light, and their dark days ahead.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Chas Worthington dreams of big things, solving bigger problems, and making his mark on the world. Only no one takes the twenty-one year-old heir to one of the biggest oil fortunes in history very seriously. That is, until he turns his back on his cushy life of wealth and prestige, and seeks to solve an environmental disaster twice the size of his native Texas known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. The epic sci-fi adventure and survival tale begins!
Mulder has become a fugitive from a government that considers him a “secrets stealer” on the order of Julian Assange or Edward Snowden thanks to the mechanizations of “The Glasses-Wearing Man.” It’s up to Scully, and what allies Mulder has left, to work to clear his name and keep the government itself from falling further into the villain’s clutches.
For years they investigated the paranormal, pursued the 'monsters of the week,' and sought the truth behind extraterrestrial activity, along with the grand conspiracy surrounding it rooted deep within their own government. But when AGENTS MULDER and SCULLY reunite for a new, ongoing series that ushers THE X-FILES into a new era of technological paranoia, multinational concerns and otherworldly threats, it'll take more than a desire 'to believe' to make it out alive. The X-Files: Season 10 also sees creator Chris Carter return to the fold as Executive Producer!
When a school holiday pageant takes an extraterrestrial turn, Mulder must contend with old ghosts, present dangers, and close encounters yet to come. But this is no cookie-cutter Christmas Carol. Together with Scully, and a host of holiday visitors and visitations, they'll rediscover the spirit of the season... if they can only survive the night.
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
A lost Cyclops roams the Earth with memories of Apocalypse wracking his already damaged mind. While the X-Men mourn their lost leader, Jean Grey looks for clues as to the truth behind what happened to Scott.
Writer JOE HARRIS (The X-Files) and artist MARTÍN MORAZZO (Vertigo Quarterly), creators of GREAT PACIFIC, reunite for a brand new ongoing science-fiction series and an OVERSIZED DEBUT ISSUE featuring 32 pages of story! In the year 2045 it no longer snows following a crash that left the climate ravaged, society splintered and the newly-christened “Cooperative States of America” propped up and administered by the powerful Hazeltyne Corporation. Only one man wages an all-out weather war against the system, wielding the forces of nature themselves as weapons. He’s the White Wizard. The ghost in the night. Genius. Terrorist. Outlaw. Hero?
In this prequel issue of the Slingers series, Ricochet, Hornet, Prodigy and Dusk meet in a quiet corner of the city to home their abilities and train undisturbed. While the training session goes well for the three boys, Dusk has difficulty, particularly with an exercise that involves jumping from one roof to another.