Michael Alan Nelson comic
'All Speed. No Limits.'The end isn't near, it's here. America has become a wasteland, leaving the few cities that remain transformed into impenetrable fortresses. Beyond these walls lies The Zone, a brutal, plague-ravaged landscape stretching from one city to the next, populated by mutants, monsters, and warring factions of survivors driven insane by disease and starvation. Only the very brave or the very foolish voluntarily step foot outside the protective confines of the mega-cities. Nick Masters happens to be a little bit of both. Nick's a driver; if you need something picked-up, delivered, or disposed of, Nick's your man - and he's all business. But when he fails to deliver an important package to a local crime lord, Nick's business suddenly becomes very personal!
The premiere issue of an unforgettable new sci-fi epic that asks the question: what makes us human? Enter the future where pollution, poverty, and armed conflict have been obliterated. Only off-world on the terraformed moons of distant planets does war still exist. Corporations command more power than governments and when they go to war, they use their own military force - armies composed of bio-engineered clones. For generations, these clones have not questioned why they live and die while their makers risk nothing. But now, one of their own will stand up against injustice, sparking a revolution that will change the entire galaxy, igniting Insurrection! Covers by Karl Richardson and Rael Lyra.
Grabbed up by the United States government and thrown into training camps, orphans around the country have been raised to become America's next generation of superspies. Now, as adults, they live amongst us, ready for 'the family' to call them back into action.
Cthulhu has called and Steve (30 DAYS OF NIGHT) Niles has answered. Niles and Michael Alan (FALL OF CTHULHU) Nelson kick off the new monthly series you demanded - based on the fan favorite, critically acclaimed anthology. Yes, Cthulhu Tales is BACK – but this time it’s monthly. More great Cthulhu stories from more great writers and artist that you know and love. Heed the call every month!
He is Cormac FitzGeoffrey, and he has no master. As a wandering warrior born and bred on battle, he's a renowned fighter, a ruthless adversary, and a man who is no stranger to the ways of violence and bloodshed. He counts his friends on one hand, so when Cormac learns that his most recent liege has been murdered, nothing will stop his quest for revenge. By oath, a path of vengeance will be marked with the blood of his enemies. Sword-swinging, berserker action in only the way Robert E. Howard could deliver!
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28 DAYS LATER comes to comics as an ongoing series, connecting the film 28 DAYS LATER to its sequel 28 WEEKS LATER! Focusing on Selena, one of the three survivors of the first film, as she embarks on an epic journey of her return to Great Britain! Scripted by HEXED and FALL OF CTHULHU’s Michael Alan Nelson and drawn by newcomer sensation Declan Shalvey.
From the creator of 52 and Annihilation, Keith Giffen! An alien microbe, traveling through space, arrives on Earth and discovers humanity. As it enters an array of innocent human bodies, it remakes them into something new. Something powerful. Something wanting its own homeland, its own dominion. A new mini-series depicting the battle between ordinary humans and this new, alien invader taking over human bodies and infusing them with untold power!
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WHY WE LOVE IT: DAY MEN. 28 DAYS LATER. DINGO. Besides being one of our favorite writers, Michael Alan Nelson is one of the industry's preeminent voices in horror, and we couldn't be happier to be bringing back his fan-favorite creation HEXED for another dive into the depths of the Aether with an ongoing series! WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT: Lucifer is the perfect mash-up of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Lara Croft. Plus, HEXED was Pretty Deadly and Amazing SpiderMan superstar Emma Rios' introduction to the American comics scene back in 2008, and new series artist Dan Mora is poised to continue the trend with his lyrical, horrific, and wholly unique take on Lucifer. WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Luci Jennifer Inacio Das Neves (most people just call her 'Lucifer') is a supernatural thief-for-hire, stealing wondrous objects from the dark denizens of the netherworld for her mentor/mother figure, Val Brisendine. But when Lucifer accidentally unleashes a terrible evil from one of the paintings hanging in Val's art gallery, will any of the tricks up her sleeve be enough to stop it?
What doesn't kill you makes you stronger! Alan Gates, a cancer patient with a terminal diagnosis, is resigned to his fate...until he discovers that his tumor is actually a mysterious parasite! Granted a second lease on life and incredible, otherworldly powers, Alan must fight against an evil army buried beneath society's skin, all the while unlocking the secrets of his forgotten past. From the dark & twisted mind of James Wan, the creator and director of SAW, MALIGNANT MAN is a sci-fi thriller that can't be missed! Co-written by fan-favorite writer Michael Alan Nelson (28 DAYS LATER, DINGO) and illustrated by rising star artist Piotr Kowalski, with a cover by industry legend Trevor Hairsine!
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Explosive first issue! It's said there's no honor amongst thieves. Add to that a thief operating in the occult underground, and it's whole different kind of nasty! Luci Jenifer Inacio Das Neves, Lucifer for short, takes a new job that will expose her to the macabre underbelly of the city, and a secret that she'd rather nobody know. A brand new series by Michael Alan Nelson, the critically acclaimed author of Fall of Cthulhu, and hot new art talent Emma Rios! Available with two covers by Emma Rios and Joe Pekar.
When gods go to war! A new epic ongoing exploring Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos. The 1928 publication of The Call of Cthulhu established one of the most feared characters in the history of horror fiction: a terrible alien god capable of worldwide destruction. But Cthulhu was actually only one of the minor gods in Lovecraft's pantheon - there are things far bigger, badder, and meaner roaming the cosmos, ready to come to call.