After a devastating plague ends World War I, Europe is suddenly flooded with vampires. Lord Henry Baltimore, a soldier determined to wipe out the monsters, fights his way through bloody battlefields, ruined plague ships, exploding zeppelins, and submarine graveyards on the hunt for the creature who's become his obsession.
With no bodies to bury, Baltimore lays to rest the memories of good friends, while the strange worshipers of the Red King make use of the corpses of his fallen allies.
This madcap sci-fi buddy adventure about a wanna-be bank robber and his best-friend Gun, a drug-addicted, foul-mouthed, living gun, marks Darick Robertson's return to the hard sci-fi worldbuilding of his classic Transmetropolitan mixed with The Boys' ultra-violence and the lunacy of Happy.
Balder learns that Agnar has come to deliver important news from Asgard. Upon hearing this news, the two train to do battle, in the underworld itself.
Mike Baron's Badger returns in an explosive, stand-alone, 27-page adventure... before his all-new miniseries kicks off next month. 'Bull' explores Badger's multiple personalities in the context of a feud between Ham and a Greek billionaire. Ham's genetically engineered bull is set to revolutionize the beef industry-if it can survive Ham's open house. Filled with brilliant fight sequences, 'Bull' alternates between sophisticated humor and taut melodrama. It's the perfect jumping on place for readers who've heard about Badger's legend but never experienced it for themselves.
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The acclaimed writer of Deadpool returns to his dark comedy, anti-hero roots with BAD DOG, channeling a lifetime of bad behavior into two misfit bounty hunters incapable of catching a break, let alone a criminal. Lou is a werewolf who despises people so much that he refuses to shift back into human form. Wendell is a vertically-challenged, gutter-mouthed ex-preacher with a hair-trigger temper. Two glorious bastards drinking their way across the American Nightmare, hunting down the dregs of humanity... to find themselves. (That is, if by "find themselves," you mean drink, swear and generally make a mess of things.)
Marc Slayton was born in Atlantis about three thousand years ago, the son of a human mother and Lord S'ylton, an enhancedKherubim lord of the alien colony Atlantis. When his father sacrifices his life to imprison one-time allies the D'rahn, a race of hostile aliens whose attack leads to the sinking of Atlantis, young Marc is spirited away by Ferrian, his father's former advisor. Ferrian raises the child to adulthood, tutoring him in fighting skills for his protection. Once Marc is old enough to look after himself, Ferrian drops out of sight and leaves him to fend for himself.
Three years after accidently burning her family alive, 14-year-old firestarter Liz Sherman travels with Professor Broom to investigate a small New England town, where a terrible witch hunt occurred and a ghost plagues a priest’s house.
The Hollow Earth, by Mike Mignola, Chris Golden, Tom Sniegoski, and Ryan Sook, reveals the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense's struggle to save agent Liz Sherman, and their struggle to deal with life without Hellboy. That story is collected here with rare Hellboy related stories, long sought after by fans of the Mignola's hit comic, which is soon to be a major motion picture! Reprinted here for the first time are the first solo Abe Sapien comic, Drums of the Dead, by Brian McDonald and Derek Thompson, as well as the short stories "Abe Sapien versus Science" and "Lobster Johnson: Killer Inside My Skull." If these names mean nothing to you, you've been missing out on the greatest adventure saga comics has to offer. If you do know these names, then this is the collection you've been asking for.
As the world goes to hell, a backwoods vampire clan shelters themselves in their Gothic southern home, covered in fog and fungal horror, ready to create havoc for a trespassing B.P.R.D. crew.
A B.P.R.D. task force is assembled to solve a new series of disappearances in the deadly woods from New World. As the team works together to find the monster responsible, tensions arise over one another's loyalties!
A graveyard of mutated horror is uncovered deep inside a Russian mine. With Liz still missing and Abe Sapien lying on his deathbed, the newly international B.P.R.D. sends Kate and Johann to meet the Russian equivalent of the Bureau--which readers first saw in B.P.R.D.: 1946--and face an exploding fungus monster at the Kremlin, and a spreading contagion.
As Texas goes to Hell, a group of homeless outcasts--led by a young woman who appears to have second sight--evade volcanic eruptions, mass hysteria, and man--eating monsters. When the B.P.R.D. take notice of this, the results turn out to be deadly. Written by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi, and drawn by Eisner award winning artist Guy Davis, B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth--Gods is the first arc of the pivotal Gods and Monsters saga. A B.P.R.D. arc unlike any other, jumping around in time, and introducing important new characters!