Charlie Huston comic

Moon Knight (2006)

Moon Knight (2006)

Marc Specter used to talk to God. His god anyway. Khonshu -- God of the Moon, God of Vengeance -- saved Spector’s life, brought him to glory, made him a hero. Made him Moon Knight. But what Khonshu gives, he also takes away. And once he takes, he takes for good. Spector learned this the hard way, spiraling into madness, depression and worse. But he also remembers. Remembers what it felt like to jump off the top of a six-story tenement, cloak spread behind him. Remembers the feel of cartilage and bone exploding beneath his fists. Remembers the fun stuff. Now Specter wants back in the game. Will Khonshu hear his prayer?

Marvel Super Action (2011)

Marvel Super Action (2011)

This monster magazine is 104 pages of all-black-and-white action in the spirit of the Mighty Marvel Magazines of yore, but in an ALL-NOW in style! Wolverine faces off against South Pacific pirates and a sniper with a secret! Then, it's the Sorcerer Supreme versus the magical might of the political terrorist known as the Doktor! And much much more! Collecting material from Rampaging Wolverine, Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu, Indomitable Iron Man, Mystic Hands of Dr. Strange, Savage Acts of Ares. Parental Advisory.

Legion of Monsters: Man-Thing

Legion of Monsters: Man-Thing

The amazing Legion of Monsters series continues, as Moon Knight and Ultimates Annual writer Charlie Huston navigates Man-Thing into a creepy tale of the worst kind of dinner invitation… Plus the brilliant Ted McKeever brings his expressionistic storytelling to Simon Garth—the original Marvel Zombie! These are stories that have been begging to be told—set right in the dark, horrific corners of the Marvel Universe! Read it with the lights on!
Genre: Horror

X-Force Special: Ain't No Dog

X-Force Special: Ain't No Dog

Tonight, Wolverine flies solo -- dressed in black and operating off the grid. And when the night is through, there will be mountains of corpses, and no one to answer to. Plus, follow Warpath on a new journey, as he learns what it really means to go home again.

Wolverine: The Best There Is

Wolverine: The Best There Is

When Wolverine faces a problem of the villainous kind there's a good chance that he'll use his Adamantium claws to whip up a lethal solution to it. What happens, though, when he faces an opponent who becomes a much bigger problem if he's killed? Enter: Contagion, a bold new addition to Wolverine’s rogue’s gallery. But first, Logan must contend with Contagion’s defenders, the aptly named crew known as the Unkillables.

Deathlok (2010)

Deathlok (2010)

Marvel’s ultimate cyborg is back in this 7-issue Marvel Knights limited series written by Charlie Huston (MOON KNIGHT) and breathtakingly illustrated by Lan Medina (FOOLKILLER). In the not-too-distant future, war is a spectator sport, warriors die hard and live fast, and living larger than anyone is super-soldier Lieutenant Mike Travers. That is, until Travers hotdogs it on the battlefield and gets himself and his C.O., Luther Manning, blown to bits. The show must go on. Enter: Deathlok the Demolisher!!!

Bullseye: Perfect Game

Bullseye: Perfect Game

There was a year when no one knew where he was. When Bullseye – the world’s greatest assassin – simply vanished without a trace. In the glare of the white hot lights, no one noticed the lanky stranger with the rubber arm, throwing heat that could, well, take off a man’s head. See, every man needs a challenge, a moment when he faces impossible odds, when he looks deep inside himself and sees what he’s really made of. Bullseye’s next pitch is one for the history books.