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Peter Milligan comic

Vanguard Illustrated

Vanguard Illustrated

Vanguard Illustrated is an anthology series published in 1983 by Pacific Comics. It's premise was to pair new writers and artists with established industry pros. Most issues had science fiction and horror based themes to them. The series ran for a total of 7 issues until it was cancelled by Pacific.

666: The Mark of the Beast

666: The Mark of the Beast

A British Horror anthology. There have been some stand out talents to have stories ran in 666 The Mark of the Beast, writers like Peter Miligan and Alan Moore as well as artists like John Higgins.

SKIN

SKIN

This story follows the life of Martin Atchitson who grew up in 1970s. He is a Thalidomide child and became a skinhead. This books is a gritty and harsh look on the effect Thalidomide had on many children in England. This book is not for children.

Giant Size X-Statix

Giant Size X-Statix

They’re back and more alive than ever for this special one-shot! But what new threat is so grave that only the most famous mutant celebrities can fight it? And who is the new U-Go-Girl? Only the original X-Statix creative team Peter Milligan, Michael Allred and Laura Allred know for sure!

Punisher MAX: Happy Ending

Punisher MAX: Happy Ending

Nothing like this has ever happened to Joe before. When a quarrel with his wife makes him seek comfort through the doors of the “Happy Ending” massage parlor, the mild-mannered accountant enters a whole different world. An exotic world of life and death decisions, a world where a beautiful woman is fleeing from a vicious mob boss, and everyone is fleeing from Frank Castle.

Girl

Girl

Following The System and Seven Miles a Second comes a 3-issue mini-series from the Vertigo Verite line of groundbreaking, provocative fiction and intense-life stories: Fifteen-year-old Simone Cundy hates her so-called life. Dreaming of escape from her insufferable family and her unbearable home town, she embarks upon a dangerous and hilarious quest for freedom in this black-humored tale of one young woman's rite of passage.

Strange Adventures (2014)

Strange Adventures (2014)

Don't miss this collection of science fiction short stories from some of Vertigo's all-time greats, as well as the hot new talents of tomorrow! From the far reaches of space to the not so distant future, this anthology is loaded with unsettling short stories that will hijack your imagination and take you to strange, mysterious places.Collects STRANGE ADVENTURES #1 and MYSTERY IN SPACE #1.

After Dark

After Dark

Acclaimed director Antoine Fuqua (Brooklyn's Finest, Training Day), superstar actor Wesley Snipes (Blade) and award-winning writer Peter Milligan (X-Statix, Skreemer) debut their upcoming dark science fiction miniseries with a $1.00 introductory book. An amoral drifter guides a gang of damaged souls into the dark places of the ruined planet, and the even darker places of their own pasts. They journey in search of a woman who may be the key to saving the world, if the world is not already past saving. The question still looms if the people who still inhabit this world are even worth saving. After Dark is a story of hidden demons and unleashed devils set in a future that could very well be ours.

The Extremist

The Extremist

This series tells the story of 'The Extremist'; the strong-arm law enforcement for a secret society of high society sexual deviants. The story is told in a wonderously non-linear fashion with each issue being told from the perspective of a different character.
Genre: Adventure

Vertigo Jam

Vertigo Jam

All-new tales! A free-form band composed of some of the best talent in the medium got together late one night in Vertigo's back room and cooked up the anthology VERTIGO JAM, a great place to experience a riff of Vertigo's ongoing monthly books. The first cut is an 8-page SANDMAN number by Neil Gaiman and Kevin Nowlan that explores some of the nooks and crannies of Dream's kingdom. Other tracks include a HELLBLAZER tale by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon in which Constantine has an encounter with an old flame; a SHADE, THE CHANGING MAN piece in which our hero explores the religious morals and the carcass of a baneful priest, as recorded by Peter Milligan and Mike Allred; a DOOM PATROL tune by Rachel Pollack and Eric Shanower in which the team must contend with a pair of promiscuous spirits who have escaped from their headquarters; an ANIMAL MAN cut by Jamie Delano, Scot Eaton and Mark Pennington in which Buddy Baker and a straight-shooting fowl talk turkey; a haunting SWAMP THING melody about a ghost lost in the plant realm of the Green, composed by Nancy A. Collins, Phil Hester and Kim DeMulder; and the bizarre experimental sounds of KID ETERNITY by Ann Nocenti and Sean Phillips.

X-Men/Black Panther: Wild Kingdom

X-Men/Black Panther: Wild Kingdom

Reprints X-Men #175-176 and Black Panther (Vol. 3) #8-9.

I (heart) Marvel

I (heart) Marvel

Two more tales of romance in the world of Marvel, featuring two of its most tortured couples: Daredevil and Elektra, and Vision and the Scarlet Witch!

Aliens: Sacrifice

Aliens: Sacrifice

Stranded on an isolated planet, Ann McKay takes shelter in a remote village that is being terrorized by an creature from another world. She soon discovers that the village inhabitants are hiding a horrifying secret from her. But to discover the truth, she must face her innermost demons and try to save the souls of the villagers at the same time. Perhaps the most emotionally powerful Aliens tale you will ever read, _Sacrifice_ is written by Peter Milligan (_X-Men, Hellblazer, 2000 A.D._) and spectacularly painted by Paul Johnson (_Legends of the Dark Knight, 2000 A.D._).

DC Comics Presents: Batman - Dark Knight, Dark City

DC Comics Presents: Batman - Dark Knight, Dark City

The Riddler goes on a crime spree--but when he has the chance to kill Batman, he let The Dark Knight live. What strange game is The Riddler playing? Collects BATMAN #452-454, plus a story from DETECTIVE COMICS #633, where Bruce Wayne returns to Wayne Manor to find no trace of the Batcave!

Britannia: Lost Eagles of Rome

Britannia: Lost Eagles of Rome

"AN ALL-NEW EPIC BEGINS! Valiant's sold-out descent into the horrors of the ancient world returns with A BLOODSTAINED JUMPING-ON POINT from legendary comics master Peter Milligan (Detective Comics) and Harvey Award-nominated artist Robert Gill (BOOK OF DEATH) as Antonius Axia, history's first detective, launches into an otherworldly mystery of monsters, magic, and conspiracy at the boundaries of human understanding... The Roman standard – the eagle borne at the front of each Roman legion – was more than just a symbol of the soldiers that carried it... It was a symbol of Rome itself, the ultimate embodiment of the empire's power... But now, in the mist-shrouded Germanic forest of Tottenwald, the unthinkable has happened: A rampaging barbarian horde has crushed three of Rome's most highly skilled detachments in battle... and captured their mighty Roman eagles. His authority threatened by this all-too-public shame, the mad emperor Nero has dispatched Antonius Axia, the empire's finest ""detectioner"" and hero of Britannia, and Achillia, the sword-wielding champion of the gladiatorial arena, to reclaim his stolen relics at any cost. But what began as a simple mission will soon become a terrifying journey into the dark heart of belief itself as the isolated woodlands of Rome's enemies reveal unseen dimensions...and the true power of the legion's lost eagles threatens to consume any who would pursue them..."

The Prisoner (2018)

The Prisoner (2018)

The cult TV series comes to life in a brand new comic series by writer Peter Milligan ('Kid Lobotomy', 'Dan Dare') and artist Colin Lorimer ('Burning Fields', 'Harvest'). Published to coincide with the 50 anniversary of the first US transmission, this new series will transport you back to the mysterious village where everyone is a number!

Face

Face

Face is a twisted horror story about a demented reclusive artist who hires an expert plastic surgeon to essentially give his face the 'Picasso' treatment.
Genre: Horror

Revolver (1990)

Revolver (1990)

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Sooner or Later

Sooner or Later

1986. Thatcher's Britain. The financial 'big bang' saw the rich get richer. Riots errupt in prisons across the country. and Micky Swift is still on the dole! Disillusioned with his dour existence in dreary Camden, Micky's life is suddenly turned inside out, when he is plucked from the present and dragged into the 30th century as the property of one Mr. and Mrs. Katsbreath - a case of mistaken identity. Unwanted, trapped in the future and still unemployable, If Micky wants to return home (time travel isn't cheap you know!), sooner or later he will need to find a job!
Genre: Comedy

Terminal Hero

Terminal Hero

Peter Milligan, one of the comic industry's most groundbreaking writers (Shade: The Changing Man, X-Statix, Doop, Hellblazer), presents a tale of psychic powers gone awry, and one man's terrible battle with his own inner demons! Rory Fletcher is a good man dying of an inoperable brain tumor, with only two months to live. When his best friend discovers the top secret Treatment Q, buried by the government due to its shocking and unpredictable side effects, Rory figures it can't be any worse than dying. However, as the chemicals attack the tumor in his right parietal, they unlock the brain's unlimited potential, triggering psychokinesis... and manifesting his worst fears and nightmares as visions and physical constructs! Can he curb his dangerous impulses before the bodies of loved ones and innocent bystanders start piling up? Or will agents of British Intelligence and other Treatment Q survivors manipulate his fearsome new abilities for their own ends?

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