Tom Sniegoski comic
The monsters from Wetworks unite as a force for good to save the world from demons! A thousand years have passed since the world's monsters, the Night Tribes, were brought together in a truce in order to defend the Earth against demonic invasion. A prophecy foretold a new demon lord, against whom each of the Night Tribes would send a "Chosen One." Now the time of the prophecy has come, and only the Night Tribes can save the planet. But can the Tribes put aside their hatreds of each other and work with WetWorks' Jackson Dane and Pilgrim to defeat their common enemy?
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
It's bullet-flyin', bone-clawin' action as comics' deadliest duo unites, courtesy of Pat and Alvin Lee, the creative force behind the white-hot Darkminds! The Morlocks spoke the name Soteira in frightened whispers. She has been dead for ten years, yet her legend and legacy live on. Now, someone or something stirs beneath the concrete canyons of Manhattan, setting in motion a chain of events that draws together the feral X-Man known as Wolverine and the urban avenger called the Punisher! Logan and Frank Castle have had memorable adventures in the past -- now the stone-cold killers meet again, for the first time since the Punisher's shocking revamp! Plus: who is Revelation, and how will he or she give the world a new and deadly reason to fear mutants?
Frank Castle is back. The Punisher shot himself in the head and has now been brought back to life in this issue. Frank confronts his past and deals with the ramifications of his life’s actions. He is trying to find his way barely remembering his past and confronting angels and demons some literally and some figuratively around what feels like every corner.
Two young Celestials get into a debate about who the superior life form is on prehistoric Earth, the Small Folk or the Killer Folk. But when the ferocity of Devil Dinosaur proves no mach for the savage Killer Folk, a savage from the future is brought back to even the odds. It's the battle you thought you'd never see: HULK VS. DEVIL DINO by the Eisner Award Winner of The Goon, Eric Powell. Plus THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF THE HULK-- NO LIE! "I Was a Slave of the Living Hulk!" From Journey Into Mystery #62, November 1960 by Jack Kirby/Dick Ayers.
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
Long before the Bone cousins were ever lost in the uncharted desert on the outskirts of the Valley, Big Johnson Bone, the discoverer of the Rolling Bone River, founded Boneville. But little is known of the mighty explorer's adventures before he started his famous trading post. So when Smiley Bone sits down with a group of young campers to retell the legendary stories of Boneville's origin and its tough, no-nonsense founder, what they hear are tall tales in typical Bone fashion, wild antics complete with rat creatures, dragons, and a snarky little monkey!
- Issue # TPB (2 years ago)