James O'Barr 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).
Veteran copper, Inspector Harry Absalom, heads a special squad that enforces the accord - a diplomatic treaty made in the 16th-century between the throne of England and Hell. If any demonic entities step out of line, Harry and his team will track the infernal offenders down and sort them out for good. But years of strife are starting to catch up with him, and now Harry also has to contend with the fact that he is dying of terminal cancer.
The critically acclaimed series returns with a brand-new story featuring Fighting American and Speedboy!The villainous Madame Chaos is safely behind bars, but the chaos she’s unleashed is only just beginning. Faced with new and classic enemies, some old Flagg family secrets are revealed that could break our heroes all-American spirit.
While war rages across the galaxy between the Great Nordland Republic and their Souther enemies, Kapiten-Inspector Atalia Jaegir of the Nordland State Security Police is charged with investigating and tracking down war criminals. Viewed with suspicion and hated by her own people, Jaegir is no stranger to conflict and betrayal…
- Issue # TPB (4 years ago)
Lock, load and buckle up for the greatest road buddy comic ever conceived! Join slacker surfer dude Dean and The King, legendary gold-laméd rock'n'roller, as they take their pink Cadillac into the soft, white supremacist, Evangelical brimstone underbelly of the good ol' US of A! From legendary writer Gordon Rennie (Judge Dredd, Rogue Trooper, Necronauts) and the late-great Martin Emond (Accident Man, Lobo), White Trash is a riotous, rock and roll odyssey that blends the best bits of "Welcome To The Jungle", "Deliverance" and "Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas" and blasts them into overdrive! Cram-packed with moronic humor, madcap violence and glorious painted illustration, don't miss out on tis one-of-a-kind slice of anarchic Americana!
- Issue # TPB (5 years ago)
It is a time of secrets and evil: the time of Jack the Ripper, and his reign of terror on Victorian England. But not every trail of blood led to that diabolical figure. Captain Soames is quickly learning that 19th century London is home to more than one brutal murderer. It will take all of the captain's cunning and skill to find and defeat his quarry. But Soames can't shake the feeling that he's met the killer before: a mythological man-eating demon that looks surprisingly like a Predator.
The Cold War superhero returns – originally launched in 1954 by the creators of Captain America, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby!\nWhen the 1950s heroes find themselves trapped in the modern world, how will they handle what society has become, and what dangers will they face? With new villains to contend with and enemies from their past pursuing them, what daring adventures could Fighting American and Speedboy find themselves in now?
Investigating the forgotten corners of our world one monster at a time...Two very different teams investigate mysterious deaths in a Budapest museum, and an ancient, underwater evil. Another routine day for the Department!
Sabbaticals picks up after the events of Monsterology 101, with several team members pursuing their own agendas. The Lamont Institute may have stumbled, but it takes more than death to stop their plans, and now they are aware of Samwi's potential, she has become their quarry. Professor Tovar's parasitic secret is leading him into the deep darkness, towards a fate that may have consequences far beyond ridding himself of his personal burden.
This current volume continues from issue 83 (volume 2), but restarts with a new issue one. Frequency is initially fortnightly, but changes to monthly from issue 13.
"The Willow Warriors" is a story of an eternal confrontation between two shoguns who, after their factions' continuous failure to earn victory, have decided to send their most powerful fighters to settle the battle.
Warhammer Monthly was a comics anthology published by Games Workshop's publishing arm, Black Library, from March 1998 to December 2004, running to 86 issues in total. The final two issues were published bi-monthly under the name Warhammer Comic. It featured stories set within the fictional universe of Games Workshop's miniature wargames Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000, amongst others.The comic used an anthology format, usually featuring three or four stories each of seven to eight pages in length. The stories in Warhammer Monthly were usually serialised, and would run for several months. The most popular stories returned for more series, and were often collected in trade paperback form.