E. E. Hibbard comic
First issue of the Judge Dredd Megazine (volume five) and the first issue (since 1992) to use the original numbering.All new stories this issue except for the Thrill-Power Overload! article which continues from volume four (issue 18).
Delve deep into the dark past of Jango Fett! Find out how he became a Mandalorian warrior - and battled his way through war and slavery to become the bounty hunter who caught Count Dooku's eye! Meanwhile, Ki-Adi-Mundi seeks a wayward Jedi on the backward world of Tatooine, and Jabba the Hutt will help - for a price! But Tusken Raiders and a vicious krayt dragon may mean the end of his mission! And as half of the Jedi Council heads to the planet of Malastare on a mission of peace, a phantom menace looms in the shadows! Plus: Mace Windu braves the Smuggler's Moon! And what is Jedi Darca Nyl's deadly secret? Collecting STAR WARS: JANGO FETT - OPEN SEASONS #1-4, STAR WARS (1998) #7-18 and material from STAR WARS TALES #8 and #21-24.
Dr. Henry Jones Jr. may be the world's preeminent archeologist, but that doesn't mean he's spent his life in the library! Ready and able to do whatever it takes to preserve the final remnants of history's most significant happenings, he'll go head-to-head against Hitler's elite who want nothing more than to exploit objects of ancient power in pursuit of world dominance!Be there for the beginning of this roller coaster thrill ride of non-stop excitement as Indiana Jones dons his hat, packs his whip, and undertakes an endeavor more awesome than anything ever!
In the aftermath of the Justice League’s battle with the Legion of Doom, an armada from the stars has come to plunder the Earth and its seas. With powers beyond comprehension, even Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman and the rest of the League’s combined might can’t stop these invaders. With nowhere left to turn, these heroes will have to turn to an ancient power to help them, one that even Arthur Curry fears unleashing. Collects Justice League/Aquaman: Drowned Earth #1, Justice League #10-12, Aquaman #40-41, Titans #28 and Aquaman/Justice League: Drowned Earth #1.
After Aquaman’s undersea kingdom rises to become a world power of the surface, the Suicide Squad must infiltrate the city and send it back to the depths or die trying. The epic crossover event is collected here in these stories from Aquaman #39-40 and Suicide Squad #45-46.
- Issue # TPB (4 months ago)
The dastardly and the iniquitous will be taking over 2000 AD on the 1st May – the 32-page US-format 2000 AD Villains Takeover special sees the baddies from some of the 2000 AD’s biggest strips, including Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, and Sláine, get their moment in the spotlight!
- Issue # Full (5 months ago)
Project Superpowers is Back! Written by Rob (Suicide Squad) Williams, illustrated by Sergio (Swords of Sorrow, Superman) Davila, and featuring an all-star roster of cover artists, this introductory priced issue is the perfect starting point for the most ambitious superhero story of 2018. An all-new threat faces the Earth, while the team faces turmoil from within and must overcome all obstacles to prove their worth and value in a world that desperately needs its heroes. The Death Defying Devil, Samson, Black Terror, Masquerade, Green Lama, Scarab and more are all here as the adventure begins again. Featuring an introductory story leading right into the all-new #1 next month, Project Superpowers #0 is action-packed and introductory priced. Includes bonus materials and 16 pages of original story."
Soldier. War hero. Traitor. Captain Rick Flag was one of America's greatest military commanders before he was banished to a secret military prison. But after years of isolation, Flag's life changes forever when a woman called Amanda Waller offers him redemption in exchange for taking on the single most dangerous job in the entire DC Universe: keeping the Suicide Squad alive!
"This is the Suicide Squad you've been waiting for." —Wired"Fast-paced and exciting." —IGNAs the go-to team tasked with handling the world's most top-secret threats, the Suicide Squad has faced down terrors across the globe. But they've never brought their work home with them—until now.Under the command of Task Force X's iron-fisted director Amanda Waller, the Squad is about to "liberate" a strange extradimensional orb known as the Black Vault from the planet's most secure incarceration facility. What's inside the eerie black sphere? Nothing less than Kryptonian dictator General Zod, in all his megalomaniacal, world-destroying glory...
From her animated adventures to her bloody stint in the Suicide Squad, HARLEY QUINN: A CELEBRATION OF 25 YEARS captures the greatest comic book moments of the Joker's main moll, brought to life by industry legends Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, Jim Lee, Jeph Loeb, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Karl Kesel, Terry Dodson and more!
Having brought the world of Judge Dredd crashing down, Dredd co-creator John Wagner leads a team of 2000 AD’s best writers and artists in the incredible follow-up to the critically acclaimed Judge Dredd: Day of Chaos collections. The survivors of the ‘Chaos Bug’ viral attack that killed 350 million citizens must struggle on as a hugely depleted Justice Department desperately tries to maintain control in sectors now reduced to nothing but graveyards where looting is rife and crime is rampant. From high-action gun battles to enthralling political intrigue it contains incredible, challenging writing from John Wagner (History of Violence), Rob Williams (The Royals), and Michael Carroll (Jennifer Blood) and stunning full-colour artwork from Laurence Campbell (BPRD), Trevor Hairsine (Cla$$war), James Harren (BPRD), Dave Taylor (Batman & Superman: World’s Finest), Inaki Miranda and Eva De La Cruz (Fables: Fairest 2), Andrew Currie (Smax), and PJ Holden (Department of Monsterology).
This is Trifecta, the comic book crossover that broke the mould! Last year, 2000 AD readers suddenly realised that three seemingly unconnected stories by three of the legendary title’s top writers were actually part of the massive multi-part crossover set in the world of Judge Dredd. Now all three series by Al Ewing, Simon Spurrier, and Rob Williams are being collected into a worldwide digital release through the 2000 AD webshop, Amazon, Kindle Fire and Nook. Trifecta is one of the most critically-acclaimed Judge Dredd stories ever - a unique collaboration only possible within the pages of 2000 AD!
Collects Captain America And Falcon (2011) #1, Captain America And The First Thirteen #1, Captain America And Crossbones #1, Captain America And Batroc #1 And Captain America And The Secret Avengers #1.From the dark days of World War II to the current Heroic Age come five stories of humanity, heroism, death and despair! Featuring Captain America's greatest allies and most terrible foes including Falcon, Peggy Carter, Crossbones, Batroc the Leaper, Black Widow and Agent 13. Fierce fisticuffs, death-defying duels and good, old-fashioned espionage ensue!
The feral X-Man fights alone in four standalone stories! In 'The Package,' Logan must escape from an army of savage killers deep in the heart of war-torn Africa - with a baby strapped to his chest! The infant daughter of an overthrown monarch is the only hope for a country's future, and the conquering warlord is determined to see her dead. Can Wolverine get her to the border alive? Or will his greatest failure doom an entire nation? In 'Better To Give...,' a heavily armed suicide cult - clad in elf outfits - has taken hostage a mid-Manhattan department store on Christmas Eve and is threatening to blow the place sky high. Among the shoppers: Logan, who's just itching to sink his (Santa) claws into someone after enduring the Yuletide rush. Should be easy for a damn-near invulnerable force of nature to save the day, right? Think again. All is not as it seems, as a spoiled billionaire's daughter is about to find out, and the true meaning of Christmas will be spelt out...in blood. In 'The House of Blood and Sorrow,' Wolverine lies at the edge of death in a rural Nebraska cornfield after crashing to Earth in the wake of a clash with a giant robot at the edge of the atmosphere, lapsing in and out of a coma as his body desperately tries to heal. And that's when things really get bad. The men who sent the robot to destroy Wolverine have come to finish the job...
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
From writer Rob Williams (The Royals: Masters of War) and artist Dom Reardon (The Ten Seconders), comes a tale
Genre: Graphic Novels
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
Featuring the writing of Andy Diggle (The Losers) and Rob Williams (Asylum) along with the stunning artwork of Jock (Green Arrow), Henry Flint (Shakara) and Simon Coleby (Judge Dredd), this collection of Sci-Fi Noir is not to be missed!
It's Christmas Eve and the grumpiest man in New York (and that's saying somethin') hires the Ghostbusters. Each year he's visited by spectres who want him to change his ways and he's had enough. Now Venkman, Ray, Egon and Winston have to proton pack the actual ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future. But what does that mean for the spirit of Christmas itself?
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Kingsman: The Golden Circle (starring Channing Tatum and Colin Firth)is in cinemas in September, and we’re launching the sequel to the hit comic book series by MARK MILLAR and DAVE GIBBONS with KINGSMAN: THE RED DIAMOND. Working-class super-spy Eggsy follows in his mentor’s footsteps but is still rough around the edges for a Kingsman agent. Rejected by his high school crush and hot on the heels of a rescue mission to save Prince Phillip, he embarks on an international terror plot in a story that starts where James Bond draws the line. ROB WILLIAMS (Suicide Squad, Action Comics) and SIMON FRASER take the helm for this stunning six-issue miniseries.