Pat Mills comic
This classic sword-and-sorcery series is written by 2000 AD founding editor Pat Mills and Angie Kincaid and features art by Kincaid, Massimo Belardinelli (Ace Trucking Co.) and Mike McMahon (The Last American).
Now you can re-discover the roots of this legendary character in this vast and Thrill-packed series of graphic novels collecting together all of Dredd's adventures in chronological order, complete and uncut!
HEAVY METAL MAYHEM! They are the ultimate fighting force – seven atomic, bacterial and chemical proof robots who tamed the planet Mars. As a team they are undefeatable, but how do they fare when operating alone? This new collection includes the only ABC Warriors story not by Pat Mills – written by Watchmen co-creator Alan Moore – as well as the fully-painted art of Kev Walker, and strips by the fan favourites Steve Dillon and Henry Flint.
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WHETHER THEY ARE POLICING THE LAWLESS FRONTIER ON MARS OR SAVING THE GALAXY FROM ARTIFICIAL BLACK HOLES, THE A.B.C. WARRIORS ALWAYS SUCCEED! Featuring a roster of the deadliest robots ever assembled, including war-weary leader Hammerstein, super-cool assassin Joe Pineapples, master manipulator Blackblood, the hulking Mongrol and his goo-tastic friend The Mess, disciple of Khaos Deadlock and the psychotic battle tank Mek-Quake, the Warriors go where humans fear to tread! Find out who they are and how they became the most formidable fighting force in the galaxy by reading this fantastic collection containing their earliest adventures. Written and co-created by 2000 AD mastermind Pat Mills (Marshal Law), the A.B.C. Warriors features art from Britain’s finest talent, including Kevin O’Neill (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen) Mick McMahon (Sláine), Dave Gibbons (Watchmen), Carlos Ezquerra (Judge Dredd), Brendan McCarthy (Skin) and Simon Bisley (Lobo).
A New York Times Best Seller!In the spirit of JUDGE DREDD and the current hit series THE BOYS, MARSHAL LAW is a violent, satirical series about a futuristic law official charged with policing super-heroes gone rogue by any means necessary, all while fighting his own self-hatred for being the thing he hates most: a super-hero. Featuring art by Kevin O'Neill, illustrator of THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN, the centerpiece of this massive volume is the original six-part tale in which Marshal Law hunts down the Sleepman, a serial killer who is somehow connected to the popular hero known as The Public Spirit.
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The 42,000-year-old sorceror from Mike Mignola and Pat McEown's ZombieWorld: Champion of the Wormsreturns, and this time his sights are set on London. With a plan to build a giant underground structure to call up the gods of hell, Azzul Gotha needs only one thing more to become the undead king of the world--his queen, Rebecca Dean, who's under the protection of the ancient warrior Killcrop, revived to destroy Gotha and his zombie hordes. A wild and grotesque zombie tale is about to unfold in the four-issue ZombieWorld: The Tree of Death, as Dark Horse teams acclaimedMarshal Law writer Pat Mills with J Deadstock, one of the most dangerous and bizarre artists on the face of the earth.
Resurrection - a dark and twisted world where evil souls are reborn as monsters and everything is in reverse: time runs backwards, progress is banned, and evil is good. When Heinrich Augsburg, a German officer fighting on the Eastern front, is killed, he finds himself reborn into this corrupt reality as one of the vampire elite. Renamed Requiem Vampire Knight, he explores the bizarre world of Resurrection and its terrifying vampire society - all the while looking for his lost love and one hope of redemption
In the far future, Earth’s citizens live deep in the bowels of the Earth and in constant fear of their leader - the diabolically evil Torquemada. But one being leads the resistance to Torquemada’s despotic rule - the legendary alien freedom fighter, Nemesis the Warlock. Insane, visceral, mind-blowingly imaginative, political, satirical, and unlike any comic before or since - Nemesis the Warlock is one of 2000 AD’s most successful and famous characters by two of its greatest creators.
Genre: Graphic Novels
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The Dragon mysteriously finds himself in San Futuro in the year 2022, where he is attacked by the mischevious Gangreene, who believe him to be "The Commandment Killer," a serial murderer that has killed Mako, Star III, Justice, and other locals. With the aid of SFPD officer Marshal Law, The Dragon heads off in search of the real killer.
Two of the most outrageous characters to grace the comics medium face off in future San Francisco. Marshal Law, fresh from his adventures with the Savage Dragon, is ready to give up his war against superheroes. But when his most hated enemy, the Sleepman who murdered his girlfriend, gets a hold of the Mask and unleashes murder and mayhem across the Bay, Law has to get back to his old tricks. It's not a question of which one of them will survive, so much as whether or not anyone else in Northern California will!
We are introduced to MARSHAL LAW, a sanctioned vigilante who hunts superheroes that have gone rogue. He is superhero himself, an ex-army supersoldier who is disillusioned about so called "superheroes". He operates in the city of San Futuro, San Francisco after "The Big One". He get´s in to trail of a serial killer that murders strippers dressed as world´s most famous female superhero, CELESTE.
After his family is murdered by the serial killer Kron Stone, Jake Gallows is outraged when Kron is set free with little more then a slap on the wrist due to his social status. Jake is disillusioned by the legal system of his era and then uses the War Journal of Frank Castle as his inspiration, taking up the mantle of The Punisher.