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TriggerGirl 6

TriggerGirl 6

Who is the deadly assassin Triggergirl 6 and why was she sent out on a mission to kill the president of the United States? Who is behind her creation and what is their end game? All these questions are answered as this unforgettable epic is collected for the first time, with bonus sketch pages featuring the art of award-winning illustrator PHIL NOTO.

Code Word: Geronimo

Code Word: Geronimo

The leader of SEAL Team 6 uttered, "Geronimo", and the world let out a sigh of relief. The symbol of ultimate evil was no more. "Code Word: Geronimo" is the amazing, moment-by-moment story of the clandestine raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Told by military insider and Hollywood consultant, Captain Dale Dye (USMC, Ret.), with Dr. Julia Dye, Ph.D., this historic tribute details the bravery and valor of SEAL Team 6 as it descends into a foreign land and achieves the near impossible.
Genre: Military

Fever Ridge: A Tale of MacArthur's Jungle War

Fever Ridge: A Tale of MacArthur's Jungle War

The South Pacific theatre of World War II is usually seen from the perspective of the Marines fighting from Guadalcanal to Okinawa. Unsung in WWII fiction is the story of the 6th Army's 6th Infantry Division ("the Sightseein' Sixth") and their jungle commandoes, the Alamo Scouts, under the command of Gen. Walter Kreuger, the trusted and savvy lieutenant of "America's Caesar," Douglas MacArthur. Fever Ridge explores unique events, perspectives, exotic locales and peoples that are different than any you have encountered in other WWII stories... and ultimately is the story of a secret that could have changed the War, and the world.
Genre: Military

Drones

Drones

Two former predator drone operators face insurgency and insanity on the Las Vegas Strip in the surreal surroundings of the world's first terrorism-themed hotel!
Genre: Military

Dead Squad

Dead Squad

The latest from Darby Pop! Three highly-trained Delta Force Operators embark on a high-stakes mission to obtain a mysterious serum. But when they are betrayed by one of their own, securing the drug immediately becomes a matter of life, death, and their own resurrection.

Commando: For Action and Adventure

Commando: For Action and Adventure

Sergeant Ronnie Malloy stood alone on the French pier looking out towards the sea. The beach was deserted bar the smoking husks of discarded British trucks. The lines of men desperate to clamber aboard the ships bound for Blighty were all gone and the place was silent except for the quiet ebb of the tide. In the distance, Ronnie watched the armada of little ships, chock-full of men, sail away to Britain, leaving him behind. He had been abandoned… one of the last men in Dunkirk.

Take That, Adolf!: The Fighting Comic Books of the Second World War

Take That, Adolf!: The Fighting Comic Books of the Second World War

Between 1941 and 1945, Hitler was pummeled on comic book covers by everyone from Captain America to Wonder Woman. Take That, Adolf! is an oversized compilation of more than 500 stunningly restored comics covers published during World War II, featuring America’s greatest super-villain. From Superman and Daredevil to propaganda and racism, Take That, Adolf! is a fascinating look at how legendary creators such as Joe Simon, Jack Kirby, Alex Schomburg, Will Eisner, and Lou Fine entertained millions of kids on the home front and buoyed the spirits of GIs fighting overseas by using Adolf Hitler as a punching bag.

Santa Claus vs. The Nazis

Santa Claus vs. The Nazis

1941. After discovering Santa Claus' factory, the Nazis enslave the elves, incapacitate Santa and convert the factory into a factory of war. two of Santa's helpers escape to London to brief Churchill, who creates a commando unit to take the factory back.

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero

Picking up from where the ORIGINAL G.I. JOE: A REAL AMERICAN HERO comic book ended, Real American Hero is a core fan's dream come true! Larry Hama continues his classic G.I. JOE run right here, and RELAUNCHES THE ORIGINAL SERIES!

Captain America Theater Of War: A Brother In Arms

Captain America Theater Of War: A Brother In Arms

Captain America leads the twenty-three men of the Second Battalion of the United States Army Rangers on one of the most daring raids of World War Two!

Children of the Grave

Children of the Grave

Team Orphan, a U.S. Special Forces team made up of three hardened soldiers, has been tasked with assassinating a maniacal terrorist guilty of genocide on a massive scale. In their desperate quest to rid the world of the rogue terrorist, Team Orphan will soon learn they are not the only ones seeking his death. The terrorist's many small victims--the children he has destroyed--have returned from the dead, bent on revenge. Team Orphan is caught in the middle, wondering who they should fear most: the terrorist, themselves or the Children of the Grave?

'68 Homefront

'68 Homefront

In 1968, the horrors of the Vietnam war invaded every American living room. On February 13th of that year, a new war began, bringing horror...and hunger home to stay. '68: HOMEFRONT returns the series to the American heartland and the small, sleepy town of Harbinger, Pennsylvania (home of the Heralds) in the first two-issue story arc, "'68: PEECE AND LOVE." Fresh accident victims sit up on morticians' slabs, a busload of visiting athletes rises from wet red asphalt to become an army of the damned, and Jenny Love--homecoming queen, cheerleader, and girl next door--prepares to reveal her deepest secret to the world. A secret in the form of leather-clad town bad boy, Johnny Love.

'68 Jungle Jim: Guts 'n Glory

'68 Jungle Jim: Guts 'n Glory

JUNGLE JIM IS DEAD. LONG LIVE JUNGLE JIM! Private Brian Curliss returns to Vietnam, armored in bamboo, burlap, and a haunted gas mask to avenge a group of slaughtered US Peace Corps volunteers murdered by the sadistic guerrillas of the Khmer Rouge. In hellish jungles swarming with the living dead, a hero's sanity can pass the breaking point... and his soul be lost in the eyes of a ghost from home.

'68 Bad Sign

'68 Bad Sign

In December of 1968, a violent, random serial killer launched a spree of terror on the San Francisco area. On February 13th...the living dead rose and turned the entire world into a slaughterhouse. Now, hidden away in a derelict warehouse deep in the butchertown district, a human monster continues his bloody work, taunting the few remaining cops and hunting humans without fear in a city of the damned.

'68 Hallowed Ground

'68 Hallowed Ground

THIS SPECIAL ONE-SHOT IS DEDICATED TO THE LATE JOSH MEDORS AND HIS FAMILY - A SPECIAL STORY FOR A SPECIAL FRIEND. On February 13, 1968, a passenger train derails in Streiner, Mississippi when a rotting mass of the living dead blocks the tracks. Hundreds are killed and the few desperate survivors are forced to hole up as best they can within the confines of the small rural town. Trapped in a tiny church, two soldiers fresh from the killing fields of Vietnam must do their best to defend a handful of civilians from the oncoming horde of flesh-eating cadavers. While a man named for the devil holds the barricaded sanctuary, a sniper in the belfry above practices his deadly trade, slaying the 'disciples' of hell from a hundred yards away. Together, they must brave the living nightmares of 1968 and fight to hold their tiny piece of HALLOWED GROUND.

'68 Hardship

'68 Hardship

In February of 1968, Teddy Calhoun came home from Vietnam and brought a piece of the war back with him. Through a prism of battle fatigue and schizophrenia, his vision of Nebraska has changed into a threatening landscape of violence and enemy occupation. Now, Teddy will do whatever he must to protect his family from the murderous approach of 'Charlie' and an army of the risen, hungry dead. '68 Hardship is a journey into a psychological realm of hallucination, violence and undead horror. Written by MARK KIDWELL, with monstrous artwork by JEFF ZORNOW and JAY FOTOS, this one-shot is a direct tie-in with the regular ongoing '68 series, extending the world of Vietnam/Zombie horror to America's heartland and your own backyard.

'68: Scars

'68: Scars

COLLECTS '68 SCARS ISSUES 1-4 and includes ONE SHOT release of '68 HARDSHIP:THE GATES OF HELL ARE OPEN...AND THE DEAD WILL LEAVE THEIR MARK!Continuing the epic story of the rise of the living dead in the 1960's, "'68 SCARS" picks up right where the original sold-out comics mini-series left off. From a blood bath atop the US Embassy in Saigon to the churning waters of the Mekong Delta, the surviving US forces fight for their lives against the malicious guerilla tactics of the Viet Cong and the endless surge of the cannibalistic dead. And within the enemy-surrounded perimeter of Saigon's TAN SON NHAT airport, the scars of war reveal themselves as a festering evil tightens its grip...

'68 (2006)

'68 (2006)

Vietnam, Fall 1968... A long range listening post deep in enemy territory has fallen silent. Fearing the worst, a five man US fire team is scrambled, plunging into the shadow- haunted jungle to investigate. Led by first Lieutenant Tommy Blake, the squad will enter the true heart of darkness and discover more to fear than the enemy as a country turned slaughterhouse gives up it's bloodthirsty dead. There are zombies in the razor wire...

'68: Last Rites

'68: Last Rites

Image Comics and Meatgrinder Studios proudly present the climactic mini-series that brings all current '68 storylines full-circle with an explosive, revealing finish!

'68 Jungle Jim

'68 Jungle Jim

Curliss is a one-man-army, sworn to wade through a wet red jungle gone straight to hell in search of a ghost named Jungle Jim. To the Viet Cong, he's a nightmare. To POWs trapped in enemy hands, he's salvation. To the legions of shambling, hungry dead... He's the Grim Reaper in a gas mask.

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