- Issue # Full (yesterday)
Tao has tricked the U.S. government into committing an interdimensional atrocity, and only the Authority can save the planet! The crossover event that brought the WILDSTORM universe to its knees is now available as a trade paperback that collects Coup D'état: The Authority, Coup D'état: Stormwatch, Coup D'état: Wildcats and Coup D'état: Sleeper. As an added bonus, this 112-page volume also includes pinups that appeared in Coup D'état: Afterword. When The Authority decides to take control of the situation - and the world - their actions send out shock waves that shake the foundation of the WILDSTORM universe. Can Stormwatch: Team Achilles and the Wildcats coexist with the Authority under the new status quo?
One of the most popular video game developers in the world, The Art of Capcom celebrates the art and artistry of franchises like Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Onimusha, Devil May Cry, and more! Over three hundred pages of full-color artwork for video game fans everywhere!
No man escapes alive from...the Vault of Evil!! A Marvel Comics horror series, with new and reprinted short stories full of horrifying events. It lasted for 23 issues.
Collects Captain Britain (1976) #1-2; Excalibur (1988) #1-11, Special Edition, Mojo Mayhem and material from Mighty World of Marvel #7, 14-15; Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #31-38.A legendary team is born! Meet the United Kingdom's champion, Captain Britain, and his paramour, the metamorphic Meggan! They'll band together with former X-Men Nightcrawler and Kitty Pryde when Gatecrasher and her Technet are sent to capture Rachel "Phoenix" Summers! From their lighthouse base, the heroes of Excalibur will tackle the ferocious Warwolves, the unstoppable Juggernaut and Mojo mayhem! Things get wild with Arcade, the Crazy Gang and the X-Babies — and really heat up as Excalibur is drawn across the Atlantic to an Inferno raging in New York! And don't forget Lightning Squad, the alternate Nazi versions of Excalibur! Plus: Who or what is Widget?
One of Top Cow's lasting legacies in the comic world is the studio Marc Silvestri founded to nurture young artists. Today's top artist lists are filled with alumi of the famous Top Cow "Pit". The Art of Top Cow is a massive collection that combines The Art of The Darkness, The Art of Witchblade, and The Art of Marc Silvestri into a single tome, complete with select additional pieces rendered by some of the best artists to have graced the pages and covers of Top Cow titles.
Collects X-Force (1991) #1-15, Annual #1; Spider-Man (1990) #16; Wolverine (1988) #54.The New Mutants graduate into X-Force! Cable turns his young charges into a mutant militia that means business! Cannonball, Boom Boom, Warpath, Domino, Shatterstar and Feral go in guns blazing and swords swinging — not to mention all the claws, knives and explosions! They're on the hunt for the mysterious Stryfe and his Mutant Liberation Front, but what is the villain's uncanny connection to Cable? X-Force will take on all comers, from Deadpool and the Morlocks to the new Brotherhood of Evil Mutants! The unstoppable Juggernaut will knock X-Force and Spider-Man sideways, while Shatterstar faces off with Wolverine! Siryn and Rictor join the squad, and Sunspot makes his return! Meanwhile, Cable's past with the Wild Pack returns to haunt him! They're a Force to be reckoned with.
Uncle Grandpa is given his own theme park! But on opening day, everything that can go wrong, starts to. Especially the genetically engineered, cyborg-Uncle Grandpa-clone-mascots that populate the park. It’s now up to Uncle Grandpa, Pizza Steve and the rest of the crew to get the park working again, get all the visitors to safety, and make it out in one piece!
- Issue # TPB (one month ago)
A handbook to DC’s greatest super-team featuring artwork by some of the biggest names in comics, timed to coincide with the debut of JLA/AVENGERS! Featuring the first of a triptych of covers by Phil Jimenez (originally featured in Wizard magazine), this stunning issue includes villains and heroes from Amazo to Green Arrow, and features artwork by BATMAN’s Jim Lee, SUPERMAN’s Scott McDaniel and indie comics superstars including Jeff Parker (The Interman).