Brian Augustyn comic
THE HISTORIC, GROUND-BREAKING MINI-SERIES STARTS HERE! Archie has been around for over 75 years and has been through many significant moments in time, but never before have we seen the characters take on real-world events as they unfold. WWII is looming and Archie and many young men from Riverdale are close to enlistment age. If you're a Riverdale teen, how would you cope with a looming world-changing event? Join the writing team of MARK WAID and BRIAN AUGUSTYN along with artist PETER KRAUSE for the all-new mini-series that is sure to have everyone talking!
In a bleak dreamscape, a sword-wielding barbarian naked V'Ark is kidnapping women from the waking world to serve as part of his harem. Painkiller Jane is asked to investigate a hypnotherapist specializing in sleep disorders after his patients begin lapsing into comas, Meanwhile, 18-year old Ariel Chylde is drawn into the Nightmare Realm, where both she and Jane become prisoners of the deviant predator and his monstrous minions. Another power watches from the shadows, with its own designs for the two anti-heroines as well as for the Nightmare Realm.
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In B.P.R.D.: Dark Waters, Abe Sapien and Roger the homunculus find a small town in Massachusetts where the perfectly preserved bodies of three Puritan witches have been uncovered in a drained pond. When the waters rise again, it spells doom for the town, and a colossal battle ensues between the mystical forces in the town, the local churches, and the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense. Brian Augustyn, who worked with Mike Mignola on the seminal Gotham by Gaslight, and Guy Davis, artist of The Marquis: Inferno, deliver a story as bizarre and thrilling as any Hellboy adventure you've read before.
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Long ago, a girl named Hope renounced her humanity to save her mother's soul from eternal torment in Hell. She is transformed by insurmountable odds and tragic circumstances in to Lady Death, the ravishing conqueror of the netherworld. She ruled Hell. She faced the Judgement War. She joined a Dark Alliance, then she disappeared. It's been twenty years. Now, find out what happened to her...
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Huma and the other Knights of Solmania fight against the return of the Dark Queen Takhisis. Along with his new friend Kaz and the Silver Dragon Gwyneth, the mage Magius, he defeats Takhisis and makes her swear a vow never to return to Krynn.
A new quest begins. New heroes and villains arrive on the scene. A threat to the whole of Warlands is launched from the world's dark heart itself. The fabled exploits of the Banished Knights are now a dim memory, but the freezing future of the Age of Ice is still to come. A new band of heroes goes in search of the power that spreads dark conflict across the globe, and the fate of an ancient sage, who may have held the key to a world's survival. Along the way, powerful antagonists, strange allies and bizarre creatures will be encountered. And, don't count the race of vampires out of the equation just yet...
Corey Rolllins has tried his best to take care of himself and his mother since his father disappeared ten years ago. The military claimed that Corey's father went AWOL and vanished, but Corey and his family have never believed the official story. After being visited by a mysterious stranger who tells him his father is still alive, Corey sets out on an adventure that will take him to the island known only as HELL! And once he's there, he may NEVER be able to leave! Written by Brian Augustyn (Out There, Crimson, JLA) and features sensational art by Todd Demong and Tim Kane. (Rocket Comics).
One man's battle to purge his city of the organized crime that is consuming its soul is the story told in BLACKMASK, a compelling psychological crime drama with a super-hero twist. Set in the days after the Korean War, BLACKMASK is the tale of a man who conceals his features in an executioner's hood, a mask once worn by his one-time torturer. He starts out doing the right things for the right reasons, but with every successful strike against the mob, something dark and cruel inside him claws its way closer to the surface of his scarred psyche.
In proud Silver Age tradition, it's a Flash comic featuring two stories of Barry Allen topped with a cover penciled by Carmine Infantino! Trapped in the body of arrogant alchemist Mr. Element, the Flash finds it's hard to ruin his own reputation in pro-speedster Central City, especially with boosters like guest-stars Kid Flash and the Elongated Man. Then, the body-snatched sultan of speed is forced into a crazy conflict with his first Silver Age super-foe, the slowest man alive, the Turtle!
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The legendary video game superstar kicks off Dreamwave's all-new Capcom line just in time for his highly touted fifteenth anniversary! When that malicious mastermind Dr. Wily threatens to conquer the world with his legions of Automatons only Dr. Light's greatest creation, the mighty super robot Mega Man can put a stop to him! The latest edition to this year's 15th anniversary celebration, that includes an animated series, toy lines and a slew of new videogames, this action-packed series promises thrills, chills and excitement for fans of all ages! Features two different covers, by series artist Mic Fong and Skottie young, shipped in a 50/50 ratio.
During the 1990s, Wally West took the title "The Fastest Man Alive" to a whole new level. Join the writer who turned the sidekick into a hero in his own right for another race against evil, along with a classic tale from that decade.
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Four adventurous high schoolers, all from different cliques, discover that their small, idyllic town is actually being run by demons. The series chronicles this, as well as their many other adventures relating to the supernatural.
This 12-issue series features the debut of the second Black Condor. This character, created by series creatorsRags Morales and Brian Augustyn, was a serious departure from the Golden Age Black Condor. This new Black Condor, Ryan Kendall, had no desire to be a superhero, and was content to protect his area of the world: the New Jersey pinelands. This series featured guest appearances from the Ray and Batman. During this series, the Black Condor would also serve a short stint in the Justice League. After the series ended, Augustyn would tell one last Black Condor story in Showcase '94. The story of Black Condor would wrap up in the pages of The Ray.