Mark Schultz comic
A lost masterpiece by cult artist Bob Powell! This deluxe edition collects early fifties Thun'Da and Cave Girl stories, featuring campy and sexy "jungle girl" genre material at its leopard-skinned finest! Mark Schultz (Xenozoic Tales) provides an introduction. Includes an essay by Eisner-winning author James Vance (Kings in Disguise) and John Wooley (Fangoria). Complete collection of cult favorite Cave Girl! * Designed by Eisner-winner Randy Dahlk (The Rocketeer Artist's Edition)
The second of a series of celebratory specials commemorating Marvel's 70th Anniversary and its rich history and characters! It's the year 1940, and thanks to policewoman Betty Dean, the young Namor the Sub-Mariner has momentarily halted his jihad against the surface world. But now, an envoy from the Axis powers attempts to sway the undersea prince to the Nazi cause! Can the less worldly Sub-Mariner be tempted? Plus, a second never-before-seen Namor story by Mark Schultz and Al Williamson, and a reprint of Namor's first appearance from 1939!
- Issue # Full (11 months ago)
Is it a coincidence that humans have met Aliens in our far future? Or is there something sinister unfolding in the universe that prefigures the Aliens on an almost unfathomable scale? This is what Alecto Throop is asking. Throop is a deep-space rescue specialist cut from the same cloth as the late Lt. Ellen Ripley: tough, smart, beautiful and instinctual. But her instincts weren't enough to warn her of her latest mission. She's about to find out that even a fight with deadly Aliens is nothing compared to meeting their masters... or the renegade human that has learned their secrets.
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
The Spirit returns in an all-new ongoing series! Central City destroys everyone who lives within its borders...so it's a good thing The Spirit already died once! International crime syndicate The Golden Tree wants to help Central City's Octopus consolidate control over the underworld and the Spirit is the kind of mess the Golden Tree was created to clean up. They've offered the Octopus the services of one of their finest assassins to take his breath away for good – and the sight of this killer would get anyone's heart pounding! This issue also features the debut of the eight-page THE SPIRIT: BLACK and WHITE co-feature, showcasing the industry's finest talent. And who better to kick things off than DENNIS O'NEIL and BILL SIENKIEWICZ?
Batman and Superman are faced with a terrible dilemma. They cannot allow the Earth - the humanity they are dedicated to protecting - to be faced with the horrible consequences of contact with these races. But they cannot deny that these species, repugnant as they are to us, are not truly evil but have a right to live, although by following their mandate to survive, they pose a threat such as mankind has never faced before.
It is the beginning of the end of the Galactic Republc. The Jedi just don't know it yet...Across the galaxy, tensions rise and wars threaten as the unseen Sith set in motion their palns for conquest. From the seats of power on Coruscant to the desert wates of far-off Tatooine, from the podracing tracks of Malastare to the winter forests of Galidraan, the Jedi are drawn into conflict after conflict - each one thinning their numbers and draining their strength.These are the battle which lead up to the Clone Wars On one side the heroics of Mace Windu, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and other greats of the Jedi Order, and on the other the villainy of Count Dooku and the bounty hunters turned Jedi killers Aurra Sing and the notorious Jango Fett.
Two days ago, the crew of a Chilean fishing vessel saw something fall from the sky. They were into the Humboldt current, watching the approach of a fast-moving weather front, when they heard a roar like a huge turbine in the sky. The rain swept over them, and through the sheets coming down through the clouds they saw a vision that at times took on material definition and flickered with an electricty of its own. Captain Cromartie has a pretty good idea what's down in those cold waters -- he's pretty sure he's fishing for Predators. But knowing what you're fishing for and knowing how to catch it are two totally different things.
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
Set in the 853rd century from DC One Million, several stories explore and continue the universe presented in the event:Superman Prime welcomes Atom, the last survivor of his universe to his new home.Superboy and Impulse work to resurrect Robin.Aquaman deals with the secrets of Neptune. The Legion of Executive Familiars (composed by Krypto-9, Octus, Wormhole and Solaris Solar Dogs) debate to accept a new member, the Infinite Mouse. Superman and Batman goes undercovert to capture their most dangerous enemies. The Justice Legion A must deal with the invasion from a parallel universe.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Just when the human race thinks it's in charge, Mother Earth sends earthquakes, tidal waves and volcanoes to push civilization back to the age of dinosaurs. But Jack Tenrec salvages a real prize - a classic Cadillac. Jack and the beautiful (and dangerous) Hannah Dundee begin their full color adventures in the future age of dinosaurs.
In the year 2032, John Connor and the human resistance forces wage war on the evil super-computer, Skynet. Sensing ultimate defeat, Skynet goes into hiding. Centuries later, it is awakened by stealth Terminators posing as human scientists. Now an even deadlier Skynet is creating invincible Terminator/Alien hybrids! Earth's only chance lies in the hands of a legendary heroine named Ripley and . . . the Predators?! Even this ancient hunter race understands that Skynet threatens all life in the universe. Plus, they love a good fight! Featuring covers by Dwayne Turner (Spawn)!