Steven T. Seagle comic
Twenty years to the month after its original Comico publication, Dark Horse is proud to re-present The Amazon, some of the earliest work from acclaimed writer Steven T. Seagle and superstar artist Tim Sale!The Amazon Jungle is among the most ancient and biologically diverse places on earth, but it's being plundered for its resources and destroyed at a rate of thousands of acres a day. Reporter Malcolm Hillard travels to this remote land of mystery to investigate the disappearance of an American worker and sabotage at a timber site. Locals tell him it is the work of spirits of the Amazon, but Malcolm doesn't believe in anything like that -- until he sees something he can't explain deep in the jungle.
Team One: Stormwatch tells the same story as Team One: Wildcats, (Team One's fight against the Daemonite Helspont) but from the viewpoint of the characters that would go on to become members of Stormwatch.
A Mini-Series which WildC.A.T.s team member Warblade stars in solo. Reno (Warblade's alias) goes to Japan once a year to hone his martial arts skills, but this year he goes with intentions of finding and killing his former best friend Pillar, who was possessed by a Daemonite when the two were in Cyberdata. During the series he also meets up with Ripclaw, the last member of the Cyberdata team, who is now part of Cyberforce.
Missing for months, Professor X seemingly returns - and debuts an newer, even more different team of X-Men! But when this new group kidnaps Shadowcat, something seems off to the real X-Men. The truth will spark a globetrotting hunt for Charles Xavier, leading to a showdown with the re-formed - but far from reformed - Brotherhood of Evil Mutants...and revealing the menace of Cerebro! But for the Children of the Atom to survive, must Professor X die? Plus: Gambit's back! But so is the Juggernaut! Meanwhile, Colossus has a ghostly Christmas, Kitty Pryde and Marrow play cat and mouse with the terrorist Flag-Smasher, and the X-Men find themselves trapped in a land of epic fantasy! Collecting UNCANNY X-MEN (1981) #360-365, X-MEN (1991) #80-84 and #1/2, and X-MEN UNLIMITED (1993) #22.
The original X-Men are back together! An injured Cyclops heads to Alaska for some rest and recuperation with Jean - but when she once again dons the costume of Phoenix, that can't be good for Scott's health! And as Beast, Iceman and Angel join them for old times' sake, will an uncanny adventure have them all feeling blue - and questioning their future as X-Men? Meanwhile, Dr. Cecilia Reyes has her own fateful decision to make! Wolverine faces a life-draining encounter as Sauron attacks! Rogue's powers lead her to a dramatic tipping point! Bishop and Deathbird are lost in space! Emotions run high with the Fantastic Four! And Sabretooth gets inside Logan's head! Plus: Peer into Cerebro's classified mutant files! Collecting UNCANNY X-MEN (1981) #351-359, X-MEN UNLIMITED (1993) #17, UNCANNY X-MEN/FANTASTIC FOUR ANNUAL 1998 and CEREBRO'S GUIDE TO THE X-MEN.
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In the year 2065, Allegra is the head of security for the sky city called Midian. It is one of two sky cities that orbit Earth which was devastated by the Gen-Virus years earlier. But Allegra's past is unknown so she sets out to uncover the secrets of her past.
An 11th-century Crusader comes to render a terrible judgment on the citizens of 21st-century San Francisco, setting off a firestorm of moral consequence in the hearts and minds of the people. This special low-priced Prestige Format one-shot of horror leads directly into the ongoing series.
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Tensions mount as the body count rises in VERTIGO's newest urban-horror monthly! After her run-in with the rampaging Knight in last month's THE CRUSADES: URBAN DECREE, Venus begins to doubt her own senses and seeks out professional help. Meanwhile, as the violence in the streets continues, the manic radio talk-show host Anton Marx fans the reactionary flames of San Francisco public opinion.
How does anyone relate to a Man of Steel — much less Steve, with his own fear of death and the specter of a family history of a terrible illness hanging over him? Steve tears through every cultural and symbolic component of Superman's importance, leading to a series of stories told in a variety of styles that form one provocative question: How does the most important heroic icon of the 21st century affect our lives? A Superman story that doesn't feature Superman at all, IT'S A BIRD… is perhaps the most realistic Superman story DC Comics has ever published — a story about the character's profound power as a fictional ideal.
- Issue # TPB (2 years ago)
Voodoo and Zealot go on a vacation/training mission. Or at least that is what Voodoo is led to believe. Zealot has received word that she will encounter her missing child by the mysterious Providence. That child is in a country ravaged by war and strife.
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
HOUSE OF SECRETS' Rain hosts this first-ever VERTIGO holiday anthology, featuring winter tales of some of the line's most popular characters like Desire of the Endless, John Constantine and many more.
It's the dawn of a new era for the Man of Steel and a great jumping-on point for new readers - and it's only 10 cents! With the debut of a new Superman creative team, the powerful new Superman villain Amok and the enigmatic Futuresmiths, this is an issue not to be missed - and at this price, you won't have to! And wait 'til you see the surprise on page 22!
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
Will Mark take the ring of Katie - the woman who has chosen him to be her life-long soul mate? Or will Mark take the crown of Imperial - the hero who has selected him as mankind's next protector? IMPERIAL is a revealing, romantic comedy buddy book with commitment issues (and bonus material) from STEVEN T. SEAGLE (it's a bird..., GENIUS), MARK DOS SANTOS, BRAD SIMPSON, and THOMAS MAUER.
- Issue # TPB (2 years ago)
In this House of Secrets, ordinary men, women, and children are put on trial for the truths they've kept hidden, tapping into the most primal of human emotions: the fear of being forced to face one's inner truth and having that truth revealed to those who sit in judgment.
Cole Cash (also known as Grifter) is what you might call an arms enthusiast. Paul Newman (not that Paul Newman) is an anti-gun activist. Both are in Vegas for a firearms convention, and each is looking to disrupt the show for his own reason -- Newman wants to wipe firearms off the face of the earth, and Cash wants to steal a state-of-the-art armament known as the Probability Annihilator. Cash has got a dead-accurate eye -- perhaps the best in the world -- to back up his play, but Newman's got something that'll outfire any ol' weapon! Newman's got . . . The Mask!
From the pages of WildC.A.T.s, the hotshot gunslinger spins off into his own adventures! Even though he's quit the team, Cole Cash finds the team's enemies haven't forgotten him! Pursued and grievously injured by Defile's agents, Grifter must face, chase and outrace an army of Daemonites to reach the ultimate prize: Deathblow--and a key to the Daemonite mothership! Included are two foil-bagged WildStorm Gallery painted trading cards. Written by Steven T. Seagle. Art by Ryan Benjamin and Tom McWeeney. Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith.