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In the 21st Century, Skynet and its Terminators are on the brink of defeat at the hands of John Connor. Meanwhile, half a world away in the wreckage of the Soviet Union, a second sentient computer network carries out Skynet's deadly mission; when Skynet falls, its comrades will continue the systematic extermination of mankind. And a new breed of infiltration unit has been created to penetrate the Soviet resistance: Terminators copied from real people. They have the same faces, fingerprints, memories, and personalities of their human counterparts, plus "stealth" circuitry that makes them impossible to detect. They could be anywhere. They could be anyone. And no one will know... until it's too late!
Costumed crime fighter Empowered makes an ill-fated visit to a top-secret dumping ground for ultratech 'superdebris' and wrecked 'villainware' left over from cape-on-cape battle. Can Emp and her hapless teammate, Mechanismo, avoid annihilation when the junkyard nano spawns an apocalyptic cheesecake plague of flirty but lethal 'cyberangels' and sensual but savage 'devil mecha'?
Art by Carla Speed McNeil! Empowered's "frenemy" Sistah Spooky was once a schoolgirl who sold her soul for hotness, but was granted even more magic than beauty. Now, both superheroines find themselves trapped in a high-school hellscape by Spooky's Infernal Service Provider--with her blonde ex-classmates plotting ritual murder to claim her magic for themselves! * First Empowered comic-book series in standard comics format. * Over 250,000 Empowered volumes in print. * Artist Carla Speed McNeil is the acclaimed creator of Finder and artist of No Mercy, Queen and Country, and many more. Finder won an Eisner Award, Two Ignatz Awards, and a Los Angeles Times Book Prize.
In this full-color one-shot (pardon the phrase), deadly but disaster-prone agents Kei and Yuri attempt to free a cyborg political prisoner from a repressive military regime. Needless to say, high-tech mayhem and wackiness ensue. Bonus: Learn the secret of Kei's mesmerizing "Hypno-Butt," as well as the correct pronunciation of the word "Junta"! Collects in glorious full color the black-and-white story serialized in Dark Horse Presents #132-134. Cover art by Pearson. (Also available with cover art by Adam Warren).
- Issue # Full (5 years ago)
100 minutes. 50 assorted technocriminals and nanoterrorists. 2 disaster-prone "Lovely Angels." 1 crime-plagued space colony. Put 'em all together, and they add up to nonstop mirth, mayhem, and madness! Good-intentioned but ill-fated "trouble consultants" Kei and Yuri are back in high-energy action in a full-color, full-throttle miniseries by Adam Warren (Gen 13, Battle Chasers).
This four-issue "remastering" of the popular, long-out-of-print b&w miniseries "blows it up" for the new millennium with new eye-popping, state-of-the-art coloring by hot coloring studio GURU eFX! Every issue also features an additional 8 pages of new, never-before-seen Dirty Pair artwork by writer/artist Adam Warren (Gen 13, Battle Chasers, etc.) and friends! The story? The Dirty Pair face their greatest challenge yet when Kei confronts the awesome horror of... her employee evaluation! It looks simple: simulations are generated by the Central Computer to test her responses to different situations. But when a mysterious malfunction traps Kei in virtual reality, Yuri must enter the sim to save her...
The Dirty Pair have fought hard for their reputation as the roughest, toughest peacekeepers in the Confederation. They've battled murderers, bootleggers, mercenaries, and entire space armadas, all in the line of duty! But now the dangerous duo must face their greatest challenge yet: a convention center full of Dirty Pair groupies! And somewhere, lurking amongst the metal bikini-clad costume contest losers, the cyborg autograph hounds, and the preachers of impending Armageddon, there's a cadre of genetic terrorists with a single-minded goal: to wipe out the Dirty Pair!
A vigilante group founded by the daughter of one of the Boomers' creators, the Sabers challenge Genom's schemes and machines in their armored "hardsuits." Based on the popular cyberpunk Japanese video series, pencilled by fan-favorite Adam Warren, Bubblegum Crisis is a near-future, manga-style epic technothriller that can't be missed.
Hollowpoint Ninja. Gothic Lolita. Cornfed. Stem Cell. Social Butterfly. They’re nanobuilt humanform combat mecha, with "smartware" bodies specialized for covert ops and Artificially Intelligent minds programmed for suicidal loyalty. They’re the superhuman products of a top-secret, quasi-governmental R&D program with a unique agenda: namely, to seek out and destroy OTHER top-secret, quasi-governmental R&D programs. And in the ultratech underbelly of a Marvel Universe infested with mad suprageniuses, homebrewed WMDs, and bootlegged alien technologies, they have a lot of work to do…
The goblins from Paizo's Pathfinder RPG are pint-sized psychopaths, wreaking havoc across the land. Infamous for unpredictable attacks, catchy raiding songs, hatred of dogs, and fear of horses, goblins blend mischief and murderousness like no other monsters. And Pathfinder fans adore them! Since their appearance in the very first Pathfinder release, Pathfinder goblins have starred in numerous adventures and game supplements, and now they get their own comic book series! Don't miss this series featuring an all star line up of talent! Issue 1 includes "The One-Eyed Goblin is King," written by Adam Warren with art by Carlos Gomez and "Prize Pupil," written by Paizo Publisher Erik Mona and illustrated by Shane White. Future issues will include stories by Ron Marz, Ray Fawkes, Charles Soule, Paul Allor, Eric Trautmann, and more! And feature artwork from such great artists as Lee Moder, Jennifer Meyer, Adam Moore, Kevin Stokes and others!
Presenting four all-new titanic tales of the Golden Avenger! Fan-faves Adam Warren and Salva Espin bring the Titanium Man out of retirement…but is Tony Stark ready for the shocking upgrade a pint-sized hacker’s given his old foe? PLUS! Pepper Potts gets put through the wringer with a literally killer commute! Can Tony and Maria Hill stop fighting each other long enough to stop Ultimo from trashing Arizona?! And will Tony’s college reunion turn into a free-for-all when a spiteful classmate hijacks his armor?!? It’s thrills and thrusters in the Mighty Marvel style!!
- Issue # Full (6 years ago)
A single, grueling night of high-speed, mechanized mayhem finds Tony Stark and a new, uniquely improved version of the Iron Man armor caught in the crossfire between the bleeding-edge technology of an insurgent mecha subculture and the massed hardware of an elite 'cape-killing' paramilitary force. Besieged by ballistic missiles, supersonic jihadi LMDs, seductive viral avatars and cyberdrug-addled roboravers, Iron Man must push himself far beyond his technological and biological limits to survive the onslaught of ultra-tech war machinery...
Galactus is the terror of the universe, devouring planets and destroying civilizations as he goes—and a father to a growing daughter! Meet GALI, daughter of the infamous planet-eater GALACTUS and the WINNER of last year’s MARVEL ASSISTANT- SIZED SPECTACULAR poll! Unlike her father, Gali has formed an affection for the planet Earth, and does her best to subsist only on invasive alien life-forms…but when her cosmic hunger begins growing out of control, can she hold herself back from a deadly binge?
- Issue # Full (6 years ago)
Love is tearing apart costumed crimefighter Empowered’s city, as the unearthly powers of an embittered “International Magical Girl of Mystery” covertly inflame the superheroic community’s burning passions. But even if a befuddled Emp can puzzle out her shadowy foe’s schemes, can she hope to prevail against the Soldier of Love?
The American comic company and manga translator Studio Proteus acquired rights to create comic versions of the Dirty Pair in 1988. The first three limited series, reprinted in the collected editions Biohazards, Dangerous Acquaintances, and Plague of Angels, were published by the since-defunct Eclipse Comics. Later, the rights were transferred to Dark Horse Comics. The first three series were written by Toren Smith and Adam Warren and drawn by Warren — after that, Smith left the project and Warren took over writing completely. These stories have a much more cyberpunk style than the other versions; the later stories, starting with "Fatal But Not Serious", move into the transhuman and posthuman subgenres.