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Continuing the time-traveling saga, Terminator: Secondary Objectives picks up where the first Dark Horse Terminator series left off as the remnants of our band of heroes try to prevent the remaining Terminator from completing his secondary objective: the death of Sarah Conner. Unbeknownst to all, a brand new Terminator has arrived on the scene to complicate matters even more.
Comics' Greatest World: Vortex is part of a sixteen issue series that has four mini-series in it with four issues in each. Each four issue series revolves around heroes in a particular city. This series is around the city next to the Vortex. The Symbol next to the title represents the name of the City in this case it is the Vortex next to the city.
This thrilling tale collects the Aliens vs. Predator story serialized in issues #1-#14 of the Dark Horse Insider, with additional interior art by Stradley and Warner and a brain-smashing cover by the spectacular Richard Corben! This special issue serves as the heart-pounding prelude to Aliens vs. Predator: War.
Originally published in three installments in Dark Horse Presents, this edition collects the blockbuster "prequel" tale written by Randy Stradley and illustrated by Phillip Norwood. This storyline takes place prior to events contained in the Aliens vs. Predator four-issue, full-color series.
He's back! Straight from Japan comes the mightiest film monster of them all! This issue is the first of a six-issue mini-series reprinting the manga adaptation of the original Japanese version of the film Godzilla 1985. In this issue, Godzilla, believed dead for nearly thirty years, suddenly reappears and he's headed for Tokyo.
**BLOOD OF A KING, HEART OF A TIGER!** Blood, death, and firethe darkest kind of magic. A monstrous secret from King Tiger's past has found the mystic warrior, but can Tiger's skills and sorcery triumph against an unthinkable supernatural obscenity linked to his own destiny? If the Tiger falls, the Dragon will rise! * Written by Randy Stradley (_Star Wars_, _Aliens vs. Predator_). * Illustrated by Doug Wheatley (_Star Wars_, _Aliens_). [Doug Wheatley]'s got a gift in being able to draw very fine, thin lines that make the pages look almost photo-realistic, but without making his character look stiff or posed.
Scott Travers's special suit lets him move through our world in a shadowy parallel dimension-but he doesn't know how the suit works or where it came from. With his benefactor missing, and with powerful adversaries after his gear, "Blackout" must find answers before the answers find him! Collects Blackout stories from the miniseries and from Dark Horse Presents #24-#26.
A companion to the eight-issue adaptation of The Star Wars, this is an exclusive peek behind the scenes at the designs that have brought a new—yet incredibly familiar—galaxy to life. Included in this volume are the never-before-seen comics sequences that were used in the pitch to George Lucas!
The longest story in The Dark Horse Book of Hauntings is also Mike Mignola's only new Hellboy adventure in 2003! Come along as Hellboy investigates a haunted house and discovers his own unexpected connection to the spirits within. P. Craig Russell (Sandman, Murder Mysteries) adapts Dark Horse publisher Mike Richardson's story about a child who leads friends and family into an abandoned house, and Paul Chadwick and his longtime Concrete editor Randy Stradley team up for a creepy short about a haunted suit. In the strangest entry in the book, Jill Thompson (Scary Godmother) and Evan Dorkin (Hectic Planet) recount the legend of a haunted doghouse.
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Even in the days before the shadow of the Star Wars: The Phantom Menace fell upon it, the rule of the Senate was no guarantee of peace. Trouble could come in many forms to any of the thousands of worlds that made up the Republic. When conflict arose, it was the duty of the Jedi Knights, under the guidance of the Jedi Council, to protect the innocent and set things right.
Darth Vader confronts a deadly assassin! The outlaw crew of the Uhumele arrives at the scene of Jedi Dass Jennir's last adventure, but Jennir is already gone! And half a galaxy away, Imperial fighters are shot out of the sky by an "unarmed" pleasure craft!
Jedi Master K'Kruhk is on the run with a group of young Padawans. In a galaxy suddenly hunting Jedi, they are forced to land on an Imperial-run planet, hiding in the refugee camp, among other beings who were displaced by the Clone Wars. But K'Kruhk senses there is something wrong!
Reunited with the ragtag crew of the Uhumele, Jedi Dass Jennir is surprised to find them plotting with another Jedi to take down the iron fist of the new Galactic Empire—Darth Vader himself! Having only just found love and a reason to live, Jennir is reluctant to join, but their plan may be too good to pass up!
The reach of the New Republic is expanding, but the days of fighting for the galaxy have not ended. A threat against Princess Leia and Han Solo's family disrupts usual business on Coruscant, and Luke Skywalker's Jedi training on Yavin 4!
Following the death of Carnor Jax in the first Crimson Empire series, the Empire suddenly finds itself devoid of a strong leader. The Interim Council is assembled to manage the affairs of the Empire until a new emperor can take the throne, yet something is amiss. Assassinations begin to whittle down the numbers of the council, causing panic and suspicion. Increased raids on otherwise "safe" Rebel trade routes arouse concern within the Republic. And just where, exactly, has Kir Kanos gone?
Kir Kanos is the last surviving member of the elite Crimson Guard. He's on the run, and the Empire will stop at nothing to destroy him. Featuring flashback appearances detailing the unknown pasts of Emperor Palpatineand Darth Vader.
Collects Star Wars: Republic (1998) #49-54, 61, 63, 67, Star Wars: Jedi - Mace Windu, Star Wars: Jedi - Shaak Ti, Star Wars: Jedi - Aayla Secura, Star Wars: Jedi - Count Dooku. The Clone Wars explode across the galaxy! From the stormy seas of Kamino to the rocky hills of Devaron, the battle lines have been drawn, and the Jedi Knights who were once protectors of the peace must become generals, leading the clone armies of the Republic to war! These are the stories that were published immediately after the release of Attack of the Clones, featuring Jedi heroes Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, Mace Windu, and Quinlan Vos.
Collects Star Wars Special: The Constancia Affair, Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #1-9, Classic Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars' End #1-3, Classic Star Wars #1-3, material from Classic Star Wars #4 and Star Wars newspaper strips 3/11/1979-7/26/1981.Classic tales of Star Wars, from the funny pages to your bookshelves! Beginning in 1979, fans got a daily dose of a galaxy far, far away in their newspapers — now, with this volume, you can savor those stories without the 24-hour wait! C-3PO chronicles the adventures of the Rebel heroes! Luke takes his chances on a gambler's world! A sojourn on Tatooine is anything but peaceful! Princess Leia is put to work as an Imperial servant! Han Solo makes another Kessel Run! Han and Chewie get more than they bargained for on a job! And Boba Fett makes his comic debut!