Bruce Jones comic
Bruce Jones (YEAR ONE: BATMAN/SCARECROW, NIGHTWING, VIGILANTE) and Mike Huddleston (MNEMOVORE, The Coffin, HARLEY QUINN) present the savage return of Batman's ultimate mirror image in a mind-bending new 5- issue miniseries! Kirk Langstrom has long had control of his Man-Bat alter ego, able to keep the beast and himself out of trouble. But now his control is slipping, with horrifying consequences for the people around him. And two more of Batman's biggest foes have plans to turn Man-Bat's predicament to their advantage! Don't miss this stunning new vision of a classic character, one that returns him to his original, terrifying roots!
Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours
Two of comics' hottest characters unite courtesy of Bruce Jones (INCREDIBLE HULK) and Scott Kolins (Flash)! The green goliath and the feral mutant only have six hours to rescue a woman and a boy from two desperate drug dealers!
Wildstorm Winter Special
Four shorts spotlighting some of Wildstorm's most popular characters, from some of the hottest names in the industry. Bruce Jones and Josh Middleton bring a story from the past of Zealot, while Alan Warner and Carlos D'Anda tell a tale from the past of Deathblow. And what Wildstorm special would be complete without members of the Authority? Jack Hawksmoor chases failed animator-turned-super villain Art Friendly from reality to reality in a story from Will Pfeifer and Scott Iwahashi. Finally, Midnighter and Apollo meet alternate reality doppelgangers in a bittersweet story by Tom Peyer and Cary Nord. Topped off with a cover by fan-favorite Michael Turner!
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Weird War Tales (2000)
- Issue # Full (5 years ago)
A classic DC character returns in a thrilling 6-issue maxiseries written by fan- favorite Bruce Jones (Hulk) with art by Ben Oliver (THE AUTHORITY: HUMAN ON THE INSIDE) and covers by Michael Golden! Welcome to modern-day Metropolis, where two men with very different philosophies work toward finding justice in an unjust world. Dr. Justin Powell believes in justice for the individual, including the psychotic souls whose whose abuse as children has led them to do terrible things. Vigilante believes in the right of society to be protected from these psychotics with no regard for restraint or the law. Now, the entire city wants to know who the Vigilante is...but who will find him first, the media or the authorities?
Venom: The Enemy Within
On Halloween night, Venom interrupted two kidnappers trying to steal a trick-or-treater. He tied up one while he beat up the other. The one that had been tied up pulled out a knife and cut himself loose. Venom saw him and threw him across town. Later that night, Venom saw an early edition of the paper and read that the man he had thrown had been killed by goblins. Venom didn’t believe it, but while he was on the subway the lights went out and he was attacked by an army of goblins. Venom took on the whole group and was winning until the goblins unleashed a sonic scream all at once. Venom was thrown from the train and went to his place under San Francisco.
Johnny Rico joined the mobile infantry to see the galaxy and defeat the "bugs," the big, stupid insectoids from another planet. But it looks like the creatures are smarter than he expected, and it looks like the fight will take him straight back to Earth!
Solomon Kane: Red Shadows
This first issue adapts Robert E. Howard's taut, disturbing "Skulls in the Stars" short story! Beginning his adventures in England, Kane finds himself engaged in a supernatural battle on the dreary moor road to Torkertown. Comics legend Bruce Jones (The Incredible Hulk) reenergizes Solomon Kane!
An ongoing horror anthology, featuring Jim Lee's first story art for a DC title. Three tales of modern horror for the new millennium, including "The Rocketman" (written by Richard Bruning, with art by Jim Lee), "Wolf Girl Eats" (written by Bruce Jones, with art by Richard Corben), and "Nice Neighborhood" (written by Jen Van Meter, with art by Frank Quitely).
The title featured a retelling of Travis Morgan's adventures in Skartaris that ignored most of the previous continuity but was negatively received and canceled with issue #10.
The War That Time Forgot
A lone U.S. Air Force pilot, about to warn his superiors of the attack on Pearl Harbor, finds his craft crash landing on a mysterious island populated with prehistoric creatures and soldiers of wars past, present and future including Tomahawk, Firehair and Hans Von Hammer, the Enemy Ace! What bizarre force has compelled these military masters of every era to inhabit the same strange territory? Can they survive without killing each other or being devoured by dinosaurs?
The Call of Duty: The Precinct
Meet a NYPD police officer, who in the space of just 24 hours encounters: a girl who doesn't exist, a brother he never knew, and a wife that can no longer be part of his life! His name: Frankie "Gunz" Gunzer. His new assignment: The Call. His current priority: save humanity!
Tarzan/John Carter: Warlords of Mars
Tarzan of the Apes has fought every manner of man and beast. He has seen every kind of jungle -- from the darkest rain forests of Africa to the concrete jungle of New York -- and faced every kind of horror those diverse landscapes have to offer. But nothing has prepared him for the savage creatures that now surround him, when the Lord of the Jungle finds himself mysteriously transported to the planet Mars!
In the past, the Lord of the Apes has risked his life to save many people -- some of whom he called friend and others for whom he had no name. Now, it is Jane who needs saving. She is dying, the result of a mysterious virus. And with no one to battle, no savage creatures to fend off, for the first time in his life, Tarzan feels helpless.
Moon Knight: Divided We Fall
"The trick is to kill one's victim more than once. Many times. To make a man die over and over again in his own mind. That's how I want to see Moon Knight... standing there helpless and foolish and humiliated as his closest friends are gunned down before him." Bushman's vow to destroy Moon Knight could echo around the globe. He's mesmerized the people Moon Knight cares about most, turning them into zombie-like assassins. Their target: the leaders of the world's super powers. Set in a time when global destruction was never more imminent, Bushman's scheme could push the planet to the nuclear brink. The lives of Moon Knight, his friends, and nine billion people hang in the balance.
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Before he ran the mob as the Kingpin of New York, a shrewd and violent young Wilson Fisk built his empire the old fashioned way: one dead body at a time. Betrayal, gang-wars, and alliances are built and shattered in this first glimpse at the Kingpin's rise to power. See the first encounter of the Kingpin and Spider-Man!
Ka-Zar the Savage
Ka-Zar's second and most critically acclaimed own ongoing comic-book series. This time, the title is officialy named "Ka-Zar the Savage" instead of just Ka-Zar. The series started out in 1981, not 4 years after the first ongoing Ka-Zar series ended, and lasted for 34 issues.
Year One: Batman/Scarecrow
Think you know everything there is to know about the Scarecrow and his origin? Think again! YEAR ONE: BATMAN/SCARECROW goes back to the very beginning, to Jonathan Crane's birth and questionable lineage, and follows his story up to his first appearance taking on Batman and Robin! A trail of death and straw leads the Dynamic Duo in a race to identify and stop Gotham's newest serial killer, but the demons that shaped the Scarecrow aren't so easily revealed!