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Metal Hurlant

Metal Hurlant

Metal Hurlant is the realization of Humanoids' vision to bring together the best storytellers from around the world to create a universal comic experience. This bi-monthly anthology features stories that will become instant classics. Every issue of Metal Hurlant is an event, and it gets started with a bang as Avengers writer Kurt Busiek teams with artist extraordinaire, Gerald Parel, on the new story, "Hunter's Moon." This issue also features the beginning of the serialized Megalex story by the TechnoPriests team of Jodorowsky and Fred Beltran, as well as several surprises!
Genre: Anthology

Spider-Man Family (2005)

Spider-Man Family (2005)

Hail, hail the gang's all here! All your favorite folks who don the webs in one book for the FIRST TIME EVER! An old television program that features SPIDER-MAN and ARAÑA (with guest appearances by SPIDER-HAM and the SPIDER-MOBILE) returns to haunt SPIDER-GIRL in an 8-page original story. Also features MARVEL TAILS STARRING PETER PORKER THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #1 (November 1983), written by Tom DeFalco and illustrated by Mark Armstrong, in which Captain Americat and Spider-Ham investigate a video-arcade saboteur and run afoul of Hulk Bunny; SPIDER-WOMAN #20 (November 1979), written by Mark Gruenwald and illustrated by Frank Springer, featuring the first meeting between Spider-Woman and Spider-Man; and SPIDER-MAN 2099 #1 (November 1992), written by Peter David and illustrated by Rick Leonardi, where an all-new, all-different web-slinger is born as hot-shot geneticist Miguel O'Hara finds his genetic code merged with that of a spider's! Also features the first Untold Tale of Spider-Man as told by Kurt Busiek & Pat Oliffe!

Thunderbolts (1997)

Thunderbolts (1997)

Venom, lethal protector! The enigmatic Moonstone! Bullseye, the man who never misses! Songbird, mistress of sound! Chen Lu, the Radioactive Man! Swordsman, master of the blade! The mystery man called Penance! And Norman Osborn, the Green Goblin! They’re America’s newest celebrities, ready to take to the skies at a moment’s notice in pursuit of those secret, unregistered superhumans hiding among us!

Dracula: The Company of Monsters

Dracula: The Company of Monsters

He's back from the dead and starring in a new ongoing horror series from the mind of Kurt Busiek. A powerful, predatory corporation acquires a valuable asset - Dracula! They think they own him, but no one can own the Son of the Dragon. There's a monster in their midst that puts Hannibal Lecter to shame - and he plans to gain his freedom in blood. It's bloodsuckers vs. bloodsucker, as Busiek brings an incredibly modern spin to the Dracula mythos. Joining Busiek is award-winning author Daryl Gregrory (Pandemonium) and rising star artist Scott Godlewski (Codebreakers). The epic journey starts here, so don't miss the debut issue of Dracula: The Company Of Monsters, the next breakout ongoing series from BOOM! Studios! Featuring covers by Ron Salas and fan-favorite The Nocturnals artist Dan Brereton.

Astro City

Astro City

Featuring the return of favorites like Samaritan and Honor Guard, and the debut of some new sensations! Plus, the seeds of a new mystery: Who is the Broken Man? The entire award-winning creative team is back to kick off a new epoch of the human and the super human...

Tangent Comics/ Sea Devils

Tangent Comics/ Sea Devils

After the atomic destruction that vaporized Florida, schools of undersea creatures were being transformed into a new race of beings: the Sea Devils. These new creatures fight to keep a safe distance from the intolerant human race--except for the rebel named Redfin!

Batman: Creature of the Night

Batman: Creature of the Night

Modern masters Kurt Busiek and John Paul Leon unite for the spiritual companion to the beloved SUPERMAN: SECRET IDENTITY, putting a new spin you’ve never seen before on the legend of Batman and the dark emotions that drive him!

Shadowhawks of Legend

Shadowhawks of Legend

A anthology like story of four past Shadowhawks.  The framing story was written by Kurt Busiek and each ancient Shadowhawk's story was written by a different writer.  The comic can be read as a complete self-contained story or you can read each characters story separately.

Silver Age: Green Lantern

Silver Age: Green Lantern

A Power Battery-charged one-shot featuring a cover by the late Gil Kane from the writer-penciler team of Kurt Busiek's Astro City!  Sent to space to thwart Agamemno's plan to create the ultimate super-weapon, Hal Jordan (in the body of Sinestro), must fight his way to the planet Oa to prove his caseagainst a very suspicious Green Lantern Corps.  But will Sinestro's evil yellow power ring corrupt Hal before he convinces his former allies of his goodness?

Conan: The Book of Thoth

Conan: The Book of Thoth

Legendary writer Len Wein, creator of Wolverine and Swamp Thing, teams up with Conan ongoing writer Kurt Busiek and the grand master of horror art, Kelley Jones, to tell the horrifying origin of Thoth-AmonConan's greatest adversary! In the dank alleys of a decaying city, one beggar boy conjures visions of a future where, instead of spitting on him in the streets, the rich and privileged cower in fear of his terrible power. For young Thoth, hunger and pain are a way of life, twisting his heart into believing that no wickedness is too costly if it can afford a means of escapenot even the betrayal of one's sole confidant in the wretched, unfeeling world. With art by the inimitable Jones and a script by Busiek (responsible for the most successful relaunch of a fantasy character in comics history) and Wein (mastermind behind many of comics' most beloved modern heroes), this series finally reveals the secrets behind the dreaded sorcerer Thoth-Amon!

Superstar: As Seen On TV

Superstar: As Seen On TV

very generation produces an icon that encapsulates it's moment in history. In the late '30's /early '40's it was... SUPERMAN--paragon of truth, justice and democracy for a war-torn world. In the early to mid '60's it was... SPIDER-MAN--luckless nerd whose powers celebrated the exuberance of youth during a time of social upheaval at the birth of the "youth culture". In the early '90's it was... SPAWN-dark, undead demon whose hell-born heart was motivated by undying love in a world embracing personal greed. Today, it is... SUPERSTAR in a world of "boy bands" and "bellybutton girls" he is the celebrity's celebrity. A hero so beloved by his fans that they are willing to empower him with their very life-force! SUPERSTAR is a hero for the Twenty-first Century and the first original take we've seen on the genre in nearly a decade. And that AIN'T hyperbole! Jim Valentino Publisher, Image Comics A new look at superheroes from the writer behind Astro City and Marvels. Meet Superstar, a superhero with a twist: the more popular he is, the more powerful he is...

The Power Company: Striker Z

The Power Company: Striker Z

Guest-starring Superboy! Introducing Striker Z, a former Hong Kong action-movie stuntman turned accidental superhero! In this one- shot, he gets his first taste of the superhero life, as he and Superboy must stop the Golden Sorceror, a powerful threat to all Hong Kong linked to Striker Z's origin. But Striker Z's first taste won't be his last!

Regulators

Regulators

The Regulators were featured originally as villains of Shadowhawk. Each comic focused on a different member of the Regulators. This series was originally was going to be six issues but was canceled after three issues. Issue three provided a preview cover for the next issue and would have featured Scandal.

The Power Company: Skyrocket

The Power Company: Skyrocket

Guest-starring Hal Jordan, at the height of his career as Green Lantern. An intensely-patriotic Navy aviator visits home - only to see her life torn apart by the terrorists-for-hire known as Scorpio. Donning a hi-tech power-harness capable of transforming energy from one form to another, she takes the battle to Scorpio. And with Green Lantern's help, Skyrocket sets out on the path that'll make her the local super-heroine of St. Louis, and field leader of the Power Company.

The Power Company: Manhunter

The Power Company: Manhunter

Guest-starring Nightwing! In a tale that begins during the events of the classic Manhunter saga, we discover who and what this mysterious new Manhunter is. A head-to-head clash between Manhunter and Nightwing over a shipload of stolen plutonium brings home some hard choices that'll change this Manhunter's life forever.First appearance of Kirk DePaul, the Manhunter (last surviving clone of Paul Kirk).

The Power Company: Josiah Power

The Power Company: Josiah Power

Guest-starring Superman. In the wake of the Invasion! crossover, Josiah Power - a successful African-American attorney - finds himself gifted with super-powers, and his professional and personal life spiraling into ruin. But an encounter with Superman and the JLI (the Justice League of that era) will give him a chance to turn his life around, and set him on the road toward creating the Power Company.

The Power Company: Bork

The Power Company: Bork

Guest-starring Batman and Barry Allen Flash. Debuting in The Brave and The Bold, Carl Bork was an invulnerable merchant seaman who set out to become the king of the Gotham docks, but wound up with a sore jaw and a long jail sentence. Now, after years of imprisonment, he's become a super-strong man-monster, and breaks out - only to come face-to-face with Batman and the Flash again, in an encounter that'll make him rethink his entire life.

Elephantmen: The Pilot

Elephantmen: The Pilot

As TV cameras head for Santa Monica to cover the meteor that crash landed in the Bay, we check in with Skycab pilot Miki, as she downloads comics in the break room at the taxi garage.

The New Shadowhawk

The New Shadowhawk

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Thor: Godstorm

Thor: Godstorm

Collected in Thor: Godstorm.