Dark Horse and Andrew Vachss took readers into the depths of the human soul with Hard Looks; now we take you into the bowels of the earth with Andrew Vachss' Underground, a new bimonthly anthology, exploring a world after The Terror. A world of darkness, tunnels, and danger, where the remnants of mankind hold on to what's left of humanity. Underground is a mix of illustrated fiction and comics, with a new story by Andrew Vachss in each issue. Other writers and artists are also exploring new terrain in the tunnels. Come see what they discover! This issue features: "Bum's Rush" by Andrew Vachss (Hard Looks), "Pooch" by Phil Hester (Freaks' Amour), "Potions by Isolde" by Diane Patterson, "There Is No Dog" by John Bergin (Hard Looks, From Inside), "Family" by Steve Rasnic Tem, "My Job" by Carol Swain (Way Out Strips), and "`Way Down" by Bill Crider.
Like his father before him, John Lincoln is a Dream Thief, possessed by vengeful spirits while he sleepsa deadly instrument of revenge! Now he must defend the felon possessed by his father's ghost... and get revenge against his killer! Continuing the supernatural drama of last summer's acclaimed miniseries. Jai Nitz's _DREAM THIEF_ IS BACK! This is an ambitious and beautifully produced fever dream. Don't wake me up, I want to stay in. Jonathan Hickman.
After John Lincoln steals an Aboriginal mask from a museum, vengeful spirits possess his body and mind while he sleeps! As the Dream Thief, he accrues the memories and skills of murder victims and fights to stay awake, before he kills again! Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood craft a stylish drama of supernatural revenge! Collects the five-issue miniseries.
When the mysterious Mr. Boddy turns up dead at his own dinner party, everyone's a suspect! Miss Scarlett, Colonel Mustard, Mrs. Peacock, Professor Plum—all the familiar faces from the famous board game are back, with a couple new twists. But will Boddy's Body be the last to fall, or is it just the beginning? Follow the clues and solve the mystery in IDW's new CLUE series!
Every ninety years gods are reborn as dogs. They are good dogs. They are very good dogs. In two years, they may have learned how to sit, which is one of several (count'em!) stories in this special. As THE WICKED THE DIVINE prepares for its final arc, we invite a bunch of friends over, pass out the fizzy pop and sherbet and have a lovely time. Join us!
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Dominic Prince and the Semester Abroad, Part 1 of 6. Dominic Price is a college-age kid who just wants to spend the semester making out with his boyfriend, Taylor, in between rounds of TurboLight Fighter and maintaining a solidly passable 3.2 GPA. His mom, Octavia, formerly a badass action-movie-quality bounty hunter, didn't pay his tuition, because she had to get back in the business and spend 40K on black market weapons and body armor. And she's bringing Dominic with her, because the alternative is making lattes for a semester, and he'd rather die. Good thing in mom's line of work, dying is an option.
Someone is committing barbarous murders throughout Barcelona, focusing on locations designed by renowned visionary architect Antoni Gaudi. The police have no clues, but a young woman is thrust into the investigation by a man resembling the late Gaudi himself, led to the scenes of the crimes before they even occur . . . could he be a precognizant ghost? A visual tour through the beautiful streets of Barcelona on a true edge-of-your-seat thriller written by El Torres and illustrated by Jesus Alonso, both natives of the city.
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15 yr-old Lily grew up on the run with a father who's wanted by the FBI for stealing classified research. On top of that, Lily is different. She never gets sick or hurt like other kids, and she's starting to develop strange powers. To escape this life and pursue her dream girl, Lily shape-shifts into a boy, only to learn she's the research the FBI is after and that pretending to be someone else might not be the best way to find true love.
- Issue # TPB 1 (3 months ago)
After his girlfriend Karen Page left him, Daredevil's life doesn't seem like it can get any worse until he is left with an infant child who is said to be humanity's savior according to his mother. While taking care of the child he is approached by a man who says Daredevil must give him the child and claims the baby must die. Daredevil refuses and chooses to protect the child as he slowly begins to lose his sanity. His partner Foggy Nelson is accused of a crime and arrested. Unable to explain why these events are happening he goes to Doctor Strange for answers. Bullseye is hired by the mastermind behind this plot and ends up taking a life. Daredevil finds the culprit and brings him to justice but at a steep price as his life will be changed forever.
In this fast-paced, ultra-cool ongoing crime noir series, an unlikely quartet of occult detectives secretly solve crimes—from DJ crack bars in Camden to the elegant, high-society ballrooms that make up modern London. The Vinyl Underground is led by Morrison Shepherd, a D-list celebrity darling, soul DJ, and son of an ex-footballer. Fresh out of prison and off a nasty coke habit, Morrison is joined by a fellow ex-con named Perv, whose seizures give him clues to crimes long before the cops, and Leah, a gorgeous morgue assistant who leads a double life online and represents the brawn of the team. Morrison's ex-flame Abi is reluctantly forced to join the team when her father is implicated for murder. A young boy's head (with diamonds in the eye sockets) washes up on the edge of the Thames and seems to be connected to a series of ritual killings, a drug called Khat, and Muti magic. Can they get to the bottom of it?
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!
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LOVECRAFT MEETS LETHAL WEAPON! As a human being, Artie Buckle is a grade-A schmuck. But he's a pretty damn fine cop. Good thing, because Brick City is under siege from its citizenry and only an unlikely partnership with a mysterious, tentacled, extra-dimensional being can put an end to the escalating crime problem. Thing is, there's a danger far greater than cub scouts robbing banks... oh my! Across space and time lies a far greater threat, not only to Brick City but to the world! Holy crap! Can the two get past their differences and save the planet? Well, of course they can, but getting there is gonna be a helluva fun ride. An epic genre mash-up: horror, humor, crime, and science fiction!
Igor Grom is a skilled detective from St. Petersburg, known for his daring nature and uncompromising attitude towards the criminals of all kinds. Incredible strength, analytical mind and integrity - these qualities make Grom the perfect policeman. Working tirelessly, he always pushes the matter through, and meets the challenges standing in the way.
The DREDD movie sequel comic book continues in a brand new mini-series! In the neglected sector of Mega-City One known as The Spit, tensions are reaching boiling point amongst the citizens as the shiny new mega-block Oemling Tower is being constructed for those that can afford to live in it. As the Judges face running battles with rioters, the underground movement known as Uprise stokes the flames of dissent... Written by Arthur Wyatt (Dredd: Underbelly) with art from Paul Davidson (X-Men Legacy), DREDD: Uprise will be available from all good comic book stores and online from 2000 AD!
Selina Kyle gets her due in this new collection celebrating her 75 year history! Don’t miss the stories that made Catwoman one of Batman’s greatest foes—and one of comics’ most memorable villains!
When members of England’s literati begin disappearing without ransom or a trace, Sherlock Holmes springs into action! But the mastermind behind the abductions may prove too cunning even for the great detective!