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A new look for Strange - but will it be his last? The Sorcerer Supreme has a youthful appearance, yet he's still taking care of business including Nightmare's hunt for an heir! But long hair and dark glasses don't suit a man as urbane as Stephen Strange. It's time for a dapper new wardrobe and a new source of power: catastrophe magic! Which is fitting, given what archfoe Baron Mordo has in store. Mordo has had a profound impact on Strange's life - and now the villain is plotting his death! Plus: In an award-winning classic, discover what disturbs Stephen! And a particularly Strange Tale unites the Sorcerer Supreme with the Thing and Human Torch! Collecting STRANGE TALES (1994) #1; DOCTOR STRANGE, SORCERER SUPREME #76-90 and ASHCAN EDITION; and DOCTOR STRANGE: WHAT IS IT THAT DISTURBS YOU, STEPHEN?
Collects Thor (1966) #491-502, Captain America (1968) #449, Iron Man (1968) #326, Avengers (1963) #396, Thor: The Legend.A truly explosive era for Thor! Visionary writer Warren Ellis and superstar artist Mike Deodato Jr. unite to change everything for a Thunder God forsaken by his father and left mortal in Manhattan. Death is coming for Thor — and Ragnarok may not be far behind! But can he find solace — and renewed vigor — in the arms of the Enchantress? And together, can they save the World Tree, Yggdrasil? Then, William Messner-Loebs takes over with Deodato in bringing an epic chapter of Asgard's saga to a close! Thor joins Captain America and his Avengers comrades in battle with the Zodiac before facing the climactic twilight of the gods alongside his hammer brother Red Norvell! Prepare to bid farewell to a legend!
Collects Daredevil (1964) #333-344 And Elektra: Root Of Evil #1-4.Dark times for Daredevil — and Elektra! When DD heads underground, he gets drawn into an ordeal involving Bushwacker, the Devourer and…Deathlok? But as things get explosive, is the biggest menace the underground King — or the rising Kingpin? Out of costume, it's Matt Murdock no more — now he's Jack Batlin, street hustler! But when a Kruel menace targets Matt's friends, "Jack's" old life quickly comes back to haunt him! It's time for the 'Devil to do a little soul-searching, before his identity crisis pushes him over the edge! Will Nick Fury and the Punisher play a part in the return of the "real" Daredevil? Plus: DD's former flame, the assassin Elektra, stars in her own epic tale of darkness and deception — taking on the Hand and the sinister Snakeroot!
From the creators of the acclaimed TREES graphic novels, which are currently being adapted for television, comes something completely different. A professional pathfinder, his only ally a disaffected young murderess, breaks out of a torture cell in pursuit of his worst extraction scenario ever: escaping on foot across a sprawling and secret off-world colony established a hundred years ago and filled with generations of lunatics. WARREN ELLIS & JASON HOWARD ignite a high-speed new action serial.
Warren Ellis introduces you to the sultry Anna Mercury in this all-new sci-fi series! Dancing amid the spires of a city called New Ataraxia, there is a woman who can cloud men's minds, leap across buildings as if weightless, unerringly fire twin automatic pistols in the most insane conditions, and disappear in a crowded room. She fights against the political repression of an insane technocratic society, and she comes from a place that no-one in New Ataraxia has ever heard of. And she's got one hour to save the city from itself. A high-octane blend of The Shadow, Tomb Raider, retropunk science fiction and 21st century Weird Pulp Action, ANNA MERCURY is a headlong adventure serial about a beautiful and mysterious spy-adventurer who is not what she seems...
Warren Ellis' fiery red-head returns to once again explode into mad science-fiction action with the stellar art of Facundo Percio! A city-state from the strange superdimensional space of The Constellation sends a probe to Earth. To decide whether or not to make contact, the London office of the Constellation Project must send an agent through the fabric of the universe itself to the city of Three Souls Town, apparently populated by an oppressive society made of kidnapped humans. But that's not how it starts. It starts with Anna Mercury, Earth's top transuniversal explorer, UNDER RAY-GUN ATTACK IN A CITY BEYOND SPACE ITSELF!
A troubled woman, barred by her employer from continuing her research, walks miserably through New York City. It takes her a moment to notice that everybody else is looking up. A man has been thrown from the upper floor of the Halo skyscraper. And that woman-Angela Spica, sick from the transhuman implants she’s buried in her own body-is the only person who can save him. What she doesn’t know is that the act of saving that one man will tip over a vast and secret house of cards that encloses the entire world, if not the inner solar system. This is how the Wild Storm begins, and it may destroy covert power structures, secret space programs and even all of human history. New York Times best-selling writer Warren Ellis (TRANSMETROPOLITAN, RED, THE AUTHORITY) returns to DC to curate Jim Lee’s WildStorm world, with this debut issue resetting the WildStorm universe with new iterations of Grifter, Voodoo, the Engineer, Jenny Sparks and others.
After years of self-imposed exile from a civilizationrife with degradation and indecency, cynical journalist Spider Jerusalem is forced to return to a job he hates and a city he loathes. Working as an investigative reporter for the newspaper The Word, Spider attacks the injustices of his surreal 23rd Century surroundings.
Three of the most talked-about writers in comics team up with the talented artists of Gaijin Studios to bring you this star-studded Special. The Authority leader Jack Hawksmoor is spotlighted in a tale by Warren Ellis, Cully Hamner and Karl Story. Another Authority member, the Engineer, gets the focus in a tale by Paul Jenkins, Georges Jeanty & Story. Finally, the Wildcats' sword-wielding Zealot is featured in a story by Brian Azzarello, Brian Stelfreeze and Story. Plus, pin-ups by Jason Pearson, Joe Philips, Jason Martin, Chris Sprouse, Tony Harris and more.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
He's an ex-terrorist from the scrag-end of London with a connoisseur's understanding of every foul narcotic known to humanity. He's a four hundred year old derelict and hated by at least half the inhabitants of a poisoned and depopulated Earth. He's actually a bit of brain locked inside a body sculpted from intelligent plastic that renders him immortal. And all he wants to do is die. Meet Lazarus Churchyard, suicide-crazed unkillable junkie trapped in a future so disgusting that it makes him the good guy by default. Lazarus Churchyard was what happened when the British got their hands on cyberpunk. Tundra commissioned two sequel books to the original 40-page story -- which included stories not illustrated by ur-LAZ artist D'Israeli -- which were collected into a trade paperback in 1992. Lazarus Churchyard: The Final Cut sets things right and supplants the long-out-of-print earlier edition by bringing together the core stories by Warren Ellis and D'Israeli, and finishing the collection with a brand-new story created especially for this book.
Genre: Graphic Novels
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
From the time before history began: from the time when the continents were still connected by land: from the harsh climes at the top of the world, a Northish soldier wrapped in a cape of wolfpelts walks south, into the forests of the High Midlands that are now Europe, to find a village cut in two by travelers from the East. Soon, he too is torn - between duty to the lives he has ruined just by finding them, and duty to the hideous murder-god of the Northish wastes and the berserker drugs that are his sacrament... Warren Ellis cuts loose to unleash his take on the genre fans demanded he assault with full color art from Juan Jose Ryp! WOLFSKIN fuses heroic fantasy in the mode of CONAN, the Viking sagas, and samurai fiction into a single story of weird history and apocalyptic violence.
Storm goes into the Morlock Tunnels to perform the Ceremony of Light and has flashbacks of Callisto, Mikhail, and Marrow before being sent to another dimension. Cable finds her lifeless body and tells the X-Men that she has died.
There is a place that exists sideways of the normal Earth. And that place was named in the late ‘90s over a century ago. And the name of this place is… the Negative Zone! Some people are hard at work in the Negative Zone. A storm is coming up and it doesn’t look so good. One of the workers, Keith, doesn’t feel so good about it. His coworkers laugh at him and don’t want to hear about it. Keith tries to warn the others, but they simply refuse to listen. After all, they are all in protection suits, so what can happen to them?...
- Issue # Full (one year ago)