SUPERSTARS JASON AARON & ESAD RIBIC CONCLUDE THEIR EPIC THOR STORY! The creators of the legendary THOR: GOD OF THUNDER series that kicked off one of the most epic runs in Marvel history are back together for one last ride with the almighty Lord of Asgard! Seven years ago, Jason and Esad introduced the Thor of the far future, All-Father of a broken realm and a dying universe, as he stood in battle against the Butcher of Gods, wielder of All-Black the Necrosword. Now that nefarious blade has returned, in the hands of Thor’s all-time greatest enemy – his brother, Loki – for one final, cataclysmic showdown. Behold the book no comics fan should miss – the celebration of the end of a truly Marvelous era.
Follow the adventures of rabbit rōnin Miyamoto Usagi as he wanders Edo period Japan on his warrior’s journey. In the start of this three-part story, Usagi becomes embroiled in a puppet drama where the players are not quite what they seem! Written, drawn, and lettered by comics legend Stan Sakai! Colors by Tom Luth (Groo the Wanderer)!
While a strange assailant stalks the city, ripping out human hearts, another otherworldly being arrives. As his mind reels, our tortured hero remembers that he struck a deal with the devil in order to return to his beloved wife - five years after his death. The man who was Al Simmons is no more. He has become Spawn.
Alan Moore and the art team of J.H. Williams III and Mick Gray (JUSTICE RIDERS, CHASE) introduce the first super-heroine from the world of AMERICA'S BEST COMICS, with a painted cover by Alex Ross (KINGDOM COME)! In the streets of a modern-day New York incredibly different from the one we know, college student Sophie Bangs is researching a centuries-old myth of a warrior-woman called Promethea. But the truth about Promethea is both stranger than the fiction and a fiction itself, and if Sophie can't figure it out in time, she'll be killed by one of Promethea's enemies. But if she does figure it out, Sophie will become the ultimate embodiment of the Promethea legend.
Out in the Frontier, the toughest jobs in the galaxy are handled by Freelance Adventuring Crews, and on his sixteenth birthday (kinda), the delivery boy known as Starkid sends out a call for the best recruits he can get... at his local Stardollars coffee shop. An action-packed and hilarious QWST begins!
THE EPIC SERIES RETURNS!Two arks were built to survive the Flood. One was filled with the creatures of the natural world. The other was populated by... everything else.Now that the denizens of the DARK ARK have beaten Noah’s Ark to land, a new so-cietal order must be created – one based on the rule of monsters. Khalee, a new sorceress, ventures to maintain order amidst the chaos, but her otherworldly mas-ters have a different task in mind. She must devise a way to bring Noah's Ark to the monsters... because the beasts must feed.
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For the Rhodes family, losing their son was the most devastating thing that could've ever occurred… but it couldn't prepare them for what happened when he returned. Skybound's newest original series turns fantasy into reality in this EXTRA-SIZED FIRST ISSUE for just $2.99, by creator/writer JOSH WILLIAMSON (GHOSTED, NAILBITER) and artist ANDREI BRESSAN.
Walter Simonson’s Epic tale of Norse intrigue continues! In the end, the gods gathered together and met their foes on the Battle Plain of Vigrid. There, so the stories tell, the gods and their great enemies slaughtered each other, the stars fell from the sky, Midgard itself sank into the all-encompassing ocean, and the Nine worlds were destroyed. In this issue, Thor hears a voice out of the past and learns that not all the old stories are true, and that the path before him now leads to Helheim, the land of the Dead. Walter Simonson, legendary creator of STAR SLAMMERS, MANHUNTER and the ALIEN film adaptation (with Archie Goodwin), and the definitive version (after Stan and Jack) of Marvel’s THOR, presents the next thrilling chapter of his own post-Ragnarok Thor saga!
Knights of the Golden Sun is our all-new mythology based action/adventure comic book. What if there was more to fate than we knew? What if our fate was completely out of our hands? Four hundred years separate the Old Testament from the New Testament and during that time, neither man nor angel could hear God's divine message. In His absence, an age of chaos began. With humanity at a standstill, a power struggle erupts between the Archangels and The Fallen, who ignore Father's orders, over who will control His throne. What role will humanity have in the deciding of their fate? Who will rule Providence and all that comes with it?
The epic tale Ramayan 3392 A.D. has just been reloaded! The quest of the hero Rama, his loyal brother Lakshman, and the beautiful Seeta has just begun.
As the Grimm Universe continues to grow, new adventures await the many heroes that reside inside it. Don’t miss this 64-page issue of epic proportions, as we get 5 all-new, never-released short stories, spanning from all corners of the realms of power, leading into the future of all things Grimm!
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Author Edouard Cour revisits one of the greatest Greek myths by painting the often-heroic Herakles as, well . . . somewhat of a jerk. Crude and stubborn at times, in little glimpses we meet a man—half-human, after all—with a psychology more complex than he appears, entangled in guilt over the ghosts who have haunted him since childhood. A mournful sadness seizes him as he crosses the fleeting silhouettes of a woman and her three children. "Friends or foe, all those who cross his path end up stiff and worm food," comments Linos, the ghost of his childhood music teacher. Brimming with pathos and dark humor, this portrait of Herakles is a graphic whirlwind leaving little respite and often revealing beautiful surprises.
Orphaned as a young boy, Genshi Sakagura was adopted by the Iga clan after witnessing the murder of his parents. Now, Genshi is a promising young shinobi with dreams of marrying Lord Haruki's beautiful daughter, Akemi, and leading the Iga clan warriors into battle. Genshi's future was promising, until his past came back to torment him in the form of an evil mountain spirit known as a Tengu. This demon relentlessly haunts Genshi's dreams and bends reality around him, but nothing compares to when the Tengu consumes him; Genshi transforms into an unstoppable force of nature incapable of remorse!
Collects Thor (2007) #604-614, Siege: Loki And New Mutants (2009) #11.Loki has woven his intricate scheming throughout every level of Thor's existence. From Asgard to Oklahoma, from Latveria to Hell, the Trickster has involved the likes of Doctor Doom, Hela, Norman Osborn and even Mephisto to meet his sinister goals. But when his plans spiral out of control — culminating in the Siege of Asgard and the return of an ancient evil so terrible it means certain disaster to even speak its name — it's up to Thor and his fellow Asgardians to save the day! But who, if anyone, will save Loki? And what part does Dani Moonstar of the New Mutants have to play? It's hammer-swinging action on a grand and cosmic scale by one of today's most celebrated Asgardian chroniclers, fan-favorite scribe Kieron Gillen!
In this introductory issue, Mike arrives in Albuquerque and attempts to get his bearings at a local coffee shop. He's greeted by some of the local folks, including a particularily friendly barista, and the conversation that ensues drops hints at the adventure to come.
Journey to the frozen lands of northern Europe, where mighty gods battle fearsome monsters for control of the earth and the worship of mankind. But tragedy strikes as the Gods of Asgard fall not to their mortal foes, but the enemy within. Drawing from the original source material, award-winning illustrator Erik Evensen gives us a glimpse into the legendary adventures of Thor, Odin, Loki, and the rest of the Norse gods with his graphic novel adaptation of the classic Norse myths. 2007 Xeric winner.
The next chapter in the adventures of Rondel the wanderer! A terror from the sky plagues the hills and the wielder of the Devil's Cleaver may be the only one who can stop it.
Gray Morrow's career spanned over forty years - he toiled as an illustrator, comic book storyteller, painter, creator of myths and tales, a ghost artist for others behind on their deadlines, and a comic strip artist. His talents were varied and he was consistently good in a profession where quantity was and is sometimes more important than quality. It's clear to anyone who takes the time to look at his body of work that he had point of view that was consistent, compelling, and good to look at. Orion, his homage to the epic "swashbuckler" newspaper strips of the 1930s and pulp sci-fi and fantasy, was published installments in Heavy Metal magazine in the 1970s, but has never been published in its entirety, until now. Read one of Morrow's favorite efforts which bristles with pulp sensabilites, engaging characters, and non-stop action. Also, Morrow's three comic book story arc, Edge of Chaos, his rumination on the Greek myths, is also assembled, for the first time as a complete story to compliment Orion.
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He then goes to the bar where he meets Jenny Romano and asks for a glass of milk, much to the latter's surprise. He's then seen flirting with some of the girls inside the bar and eventually leaves with one of them, telling her that he can get her a walk-on part in The Simpsons. Whilst he's at his home with the woman, the reader is introduced to Sonatine, who is spying on him through a mystical source, as well as the current wielder of the Angelus, who wants to kill him the moment he gains The Darkness, hoping to end the Estacado family line once and for all.