Tim Sale comic
Reprinting the popular carnival-set solo stories of the Gen-Actives, plus a never- before-published story of Freefall, illustrated by the Eisner Award-winning Kyle Baker(YOU ARE HERE). Everyone's favorite team of Gen-Actives go their separate ways and get into unexpected adventures in GEN13: CARNY FOLK, a 40-page one-shot reprinting the popular backup features from GEN13s #32, #34, #36, #38 and including a never-before-published Freefall story illustrated by Eisner Award-winning writer/artist Kyle Baker! A new cover by Lee Bermejo and John Nyberg and a framing story (written by John Arcudi with art by Bermejo and Nyberg) add to the fun of CARNY FOLK, which finds a State Fair arriving on the scene. Written by Arcudi and Jerry Prosser, with art by Art Adams, Kevin Nowlan, Doug Mahnke, Cam Smith, and inker Scott Williams, GEN13: CARNY FOLK spotlights each member of the team — Grunge (illustrated by Mahnke), Fairchild (illustrated by Adams), Burnout (illustrated by Nowlan), and Rainmaker (illustrated by Cam Smith) — as each is diverted by different Midway attractions. As a special bonus, Freefall takes center stage in a hilarious story written by Arcudi and Prosser and illustrated by Kyle Baker (YOU ARE HERE). It's a wild ride!
- Issue # Full (4 months ago)
This first omnibus edition collects Sir Edward Grey: Witchfinder volumes 1-3, plus an extensive sketchbook section.
SOUL WITHOUT PITY," Part One Rathraq is back! But who is he, exactly? Once an ancient warrior god, he was resurrected as a sword-wielding scarecrow. And now, Rathraq has transformed yet again—or has he? JOHN ARCUDI and new artist, superstar DAVID RUBÍN, give you the new face of Rathraq and a new direction for the series when the critically acclaimed RUMBLE returns!
A group of wildcat planetary prospectors plant their flag on a distant new world, rich in land, resources . . . and mystery. Within this seemingly uninhabited planet lies the greatest archaeological discovery in history, an ancient, abandoned complex of impossible proportions carved deep within the living rock, a mind-numbing labyrinth of passages, ramps, bridges, and galleries that seems to extend limitlessly. But as the exploration of the leviathan dead city proceeds deeper and deeper, the members of the team slowly begin to lose their grip on reality. But madness gives way to fear as the explorers begin to disappear one by one. Something else lives within the necropolis, a faceless horror as deadly and merciless as space itself, a lethal terror that has waited centuries to awake . . . and destroy.
The team rushes to track down the mysterious gentleman who's been appearing in Liz's visions, as a slew of old enemiesfrom frog creatures, to the Black Flame, to the last remnants of Hyperboreamenace the Bureau from all sides in a catastrophic escalation to Armageddon. Written by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi and drawn by Guy Davis, this series immediately follows the events of B.P.R.D.: Killing Ground.
On an apparently routine supply run, Philip and Joy Strunk deliver a shipment of synthetic photoreceptors to Caspar Nordling, a biotechnologist for Grant Corporation. When the Strunks find out that Nordling's experiments have exceeded Stanislaw Mayakovsky's work (as seen in Aliens: Hive), they realize that there's more to Nordling and the Aliens than meets the eye. No one will want to miss this off-beat, high-action thriller from the writer/artist team that brought you The Mask and The Mask Returns!
On one of his first B.P.R.D. operations, agent Abe Sapien leads a naval crew to a sunken Soviet U-boat to retrieve an ancient relic. What he uncovers is a paranormal crime scene, with a tanker full of dead men and secrets that should've remained buried in the deep. Written by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi, and featuring the chilling artwork of Peter Snejbjerg (B.P.R.D.: War on Frogs), The Abyssal Plain explores another early Abe solo adventure, in the spirit of Abe Sapien: The Drowning and Abe Sapien: The Haunted Boy. Peter Snejbjerg (The Books of Magic, Preacher, Starman) takes on his second B.P.R.D. comic! Cover by Dave Johnson (100 Bullets).
A story that began in the first issue of Hellboy concludes with the B.P.R.D. team set to permanently wipe out the subterranean colony of frog monsters that have been a story-driving plague. With Memnan Saa dead, agents Liz and Abe take on the powerful King of Fear,who ultimately reveals that it is, in fact, the B.P.R.D. members themselves who will lead the world to apocalypse, not the supernatural monsters, demons, or colossal squidbots.
A bizarre series of murders and rumors of something worse lead Professor Bruttenholm to send a young Hellboy to a Brazilian village on his first mission. Hellboy and a small group of agents uncover something terrible in the shadows of a sixteenth-century Portuguese fortress...
Before she became Lobster Johnson's greatest adversary, the Crimson Lotus was a young girl whose family was caught up in the Russo-Japanese War. Thirty years later, the Lotus exacts her revenge with terrifying international effects, and two spies must try to chase her through China before they become flies in her web. A supernatural spy thriller featuring Lobster Johnson's greatest foe!
This premiere issue is your ticket back to dystopian Detroit, where corpses keep popping up, and where RoboCop is the officer on the case. RoboCop begins to follow the trail of murder and mayhem back to OCP, taking time out along the way to face off with an ED-209 gone berserk and a man who could be the most pernicious villain of all -- an IRS agent!
Toch's a second-generation survivor, born of a transport crew that crash-landed on a deserted, backwater planet. He may have discovered a means of getting off the mudball, but he's also discovered another impediment -- the deadly cargo the ship was carrying!
Legendary artist Herb Trimpe (The Incredible Hulk) joins regular B.P.R.D. writer John Arcudi and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola for the first of four one-shots set before the events of B.P.R.D.: The Black Flame, chronicling the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense's fight against the frog monsters. As the frog cult spreads across America, Roger the Homunculus returns to the site of the B.P.R.D.'s first clash with the frog creaturesthe ruins of Cavendish Hall, where Hellboy, Abe, and Liz first encountered both the frogs and Rasputin (Hellboy: Seed of Destruction)to track down the final pieces of the puzzle of the Cavendish family. **Cavendish family puzzle solved!
"Hellboy's favorite gun-blazing vigilante takes justice to the skies this time by getting locked in combat aboard a zeppelin! ""_Lobster Johnson_ is by far the best thing to spin out of Hellboy. It's not often that someone makes the Punisher look meh, but this book does it."" -Comic Bastards".
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
After a transient goes missing, Lobster Johnson is called in to investigate a priest who practices more than just religion. What hes got cooking in his stew pot is nothing compared to what he has hiding in the sewers below. Action-packed one-shotperfect for new readers!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The B.P.R.D. is changing. Abe's encounter in Indonesia has brought a new member to the Bureau, and Johann finds himself in possession of a very valuable commodity. But not all the changes are for the better, and the B.P.R.D. will need all of its new resources to handle the sinister forces that have wormed their way into the heart of the Bureau's headquarters, as the line blurs between the hunters of the supernatural and their prey. Written by John Arcudi and Hellboy and B.P.R.D. creator Mike Mignola, and drawn by acclaimed artist Guy Davis, B.P.R.D.: Killing Ground immediately follows B.P.R.D.: Garden of Souls. **This series will leave the Bureau and its members forever changed!
In B.P.R.D.: The Black Flame #1, a bloodbath washes across America as the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense turns its attention back to the plague of frogs. While the Bureau tries to interpret bizarre new behavior from the frog men, a madman from the B.P.R.D.'s secret history returns to take advantage of the mindless monsters. Mike Mignola takes over cover duties for the sprawling six-issue epic he's crafted with cowriter John Arcudi and the interior-art team of artist Guy Davis and colorist Dave Stewart.
After Hellboy's departure from the Bureau, Dr. Manning introduces the new Field Team Leader, Ben Daimio, a men mysteriously resurected after a fatal wound.
In his earliest days as an agent of the B.P.R.D., Abe Sapien is sent on a simple mission to investigate a haunting following the death of a young boy. What he finds there is far stranger and more deadly than he'd ever expected. Mike Mignola and John Arcudi team with newcomer Patric Reynolds, who made his professional debut on _MySpace Dark Horse Presents_, for this nightmare of corrupted innocence! **Cover by Dave Johnson of _100 Bullets_!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)