Howard Mackie comic
Returning from her last adventure, Robyn is back in New York, and looking for some sort of normalcy. But not everyone feels she deserves any, the universe included. After a close friend is attacked, Robyn must take it upon herself to get to the bottom of this mystery as she is pitted against her greatest adversary yet, when she becomes public enemy number one, to the city she calls home. Don't miss this fast paced bare-knuckle, new series, Robyn Hood: Outlaw!
- Issue #1 (one month ago)
Eddie Brock and the alien parasite are now held at very distant locations from one another. His five spawns created by the Life Foundation_show up and bust Eddie out, because they want him to teach them how to control their symbiotes. They also take Daily Bugle reporter Ken Ellis (disguised as Eddie's doctor) hostage. The Venom symbiote also breaks free and escapes. It travels from host to host trying to find Eddie and rebond with him. Meanwhile, Eddie and Ellis escape, and as the other five symbiotes try to find him, someone stabs and kills Agony. The others believe the murderer is Brock and Phage convinces the others to find and kill him.
A 48-page anthology of some of the most phantasmagorical oddities in the Robert Ripley collection, written and illustrated by by an equally mind-blowing mix of comic book legends and rising stars. You'll have to see it to believe it! "A Tale As Old As..." (THE REAL STORY OF BEAUTY AND THE BEAST), written by Howard Mackie and illustrated by Hakan Aydin "I've Been Working On The Railroad" (PHINEAS GAGE, THE MAN WHO SURVIVED A RAILROAD SPIKE THROUGH HIS HEAD), written by Fox Kavanagh and illustrated by Daniel Maine "The Ride Of His Life" (THE DEAD MAN WHO WON A HORSE RACE), written by Dale Mettam "Mother Nature Blew Her " (THE YELLOWSTONE VOLCANO THAT COULD WIPE US ALL OUT), written by Victoria Rau and illustrated by Pat Broderick "49 Lives" (THE CAT WHO COULD PREDICT DEATH), written by Ben Meares and illustrated by Marcelo Basile And 5 illustrated fun fact pages, featuring more juicy tidbits about the stories within this issue and Robert Ripley himself!
New Series Starts Here! When a fiery explosion erupts in the ancient city of Petra, Jasmine races against the terrorist group THE FORTY THIEVES to prevent the shattered pieces of the Crown of Kings, an object that haunts her past from being reunited and unleashing an unearthly power on the world and all that she holds dear.
"Collects Sensational Spider-Man (1996) #25-26, Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #432-433, Spider-Man (1990) #88-90 and Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #254-256. The Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man isn't on ANYONE'S list of friends when he's framed for murder - and the authorities place a five-million-dollar reward on his webbed head! As Spidey attempts to locate Harry Osborn's missing son, he finds the whole city seems to be trying to collect the big bounty. Everywhere he turns, a virtual who's who of villains is out to get him! From the Green Goblin to the Gibbon, Spidey has his work cut out for him in this thrilling adventure!".
Meet the Marvel Universe's newest heroes: The coldly efficient Prodigy. The shadowy avenger known as Dusk. The hyper-kinetic, free-wheeling Ricochet. The high-flying wonder called Hornet. They're here, they're hot, and they're wildly popular. There's just one catch: For these four heroes to live, Spider-Man must die! Collecting Sensational Spider-Man (1996) #27-28, Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #434-435, Spider-Man (1990) #91-92 and Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #257-258.
Rokk stuggles with the question of whether or not the Air Raiders have the right to let a village die even if it is for the greater good and will help in the long run in the war in “Sins of the Father.”
The Spirit of Vengeance, the eternal soldier, and the very best there is! Ghost Rider, Punisher, and Wolverine unite to stop the darkness of Blackheart with the baddest hero team-up in comics!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Tis the season to be terrified, as Grimm Fairy Tales returns with another year of holiday horror for the whole family. This issue includes four new bone chilling stories set during the happiest time of the year. Don't miss this issue and continue celebrating the holiday season in the usual Grimm fashion.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Dan Ketch becomes the new Ghost Rider. Halloween night in the Cyprus Hills Cemetery, Barbara Ketch drags her younger brother Danny to visit Harry Houndini's grave. They end-up in the middle of a gang war between Deathwatch and Kingpin. Barbara is hurt, and Danny finds a motor bike with a medallion on it. Thus the new Ghost Rider is born!
You can't always win--that's the way life works. Sometimes, it doesn't matter how hard you try, you lose anyway. Listen, killer: Life is a very long season. Some you win, some you lose...And it's good to lose once in a while. It makes the winning all the sweeter. Maybe next year, okay? We'll come again and see if they win
Spidey pursues a fleeing Carnage into the dreaded Negative Zone! Once there, the wall-crawler dons a strange new costume as he is caught in the war between the forces of Blastaar and the freedom fighters who oppose his tyrannical rule!
Johnny Blaze is forced to withdraw from his life of alcohol-fueled misery when his family becomes the target of a dangerous secret society known as The Hidden.
Ravager is a legacy name of super-villains and anti-heroes, usually associated with Slade Wilson alias Deathstroke the Terminator. It was originally the alter-ego of his son Grant Wilson while working as a mercenary for H.I.V.E. assigned to kill the Teen Titans until his death. Bill Walsh, a terrorist responsible for slitting Jericho's throat as a child, later used the identity to attack Deathstroke by taking advantage of his vulnerability. Slade's half-brother Wade LaFarge also used the identity to target him, although he was later killed for this. Rose Wilson, anti-hero and daughter of Slade, later begins using the name as a member of the Teen Titans. Ravager was created by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez, first appearing in New Teen Titans #1