The first chapter of Burns acclaimed horror graphic novel. Teenagers Keith and Chris have disturbing dreams and visions of a mysterious plague that causes mutations in its victims.
The fan-favorite pulp heroine returns in an all-new miniseries written and drawn by Eisner and Manning Award-nominated creator Steve Bryant. When her father gains possession of a legendary necklace, Athena Voltaire must save him from both strange assassins and the Nazis, who want the power the artifact could unlock!
ONE MAN'S MIND IS THE MOST DANGEROUS PLACE IN THE UNIVERSE. Legendary Comics proudly presents Annihilator, an original graphic novel odyssey from the extraordinary mind of Grant Morrison. This 6-issue series is a subversive sci-fi adventure like no other, brought to life with stunning artwork from Frazer Irving (Judge Dredd, Necronauts). Washed-up Hollywood screenwriter Ray Spass is caught in a downward spiral of broken relationships, wild parties and self-destruction. Out of luck and out of chances, he's one failed script away from fading into obscurity. Little does he know he's about to write the story of his life. As his imagination runs rampant, Ray must join forces with his own fictional character Max Nomax on a reality-bending race to stop the entire universe from imploding... without blowing his own mind in the process.
In the year 2032, John Connor and the human resistance forces wage war on the evil super-computer, Skynet. Sensing ultimate defeat, Skynet goes into hiding. Centuries later, it is awakened by stealth Terminators posing as human scientists. Now an even deadlier Skynet is creating invincible Terminator/Alien hybrids! Earth's only chance lies in the hands of a legendary heroine named Ripley and . . . the Predators?! Even this ancient hunter race understands that Skynet threatens all life in the universe. Plus, they love a good fight! Featuring covers by Dwayne Turner (Spawn)!
One of the seminal works from the writer who defined modern comics, Alan Moore, is remastered for the first time in breathtakingly vibrant color! Alan Moore's performance works making up the play Another Suburban Romance are translated into print and lavishly illustrated as full sequential stories. Comprised of three major pieces, adapted from Moore's original presentations by frequent collaborator Antony (Fashion Beast) Johnston, this original graphic novel is completely illustrated by Juan Jose Ryp. Running from the 1920's Chicago-style killings in Old Gangsters Never Die, to the ruminations on modern life in the namesake piece Another Suburban Romance, this powerful work is an essential piece of the Alan Moore graphic novel library that no fan will want to miss!
- Issue #Alan Moore's Another Suburban Romance Full (2 years ago)
It's been 72 days since Zoey killed someone. With her recent move to college, Zoey is eager to start a fresh chapter of her life - one where she can control her dark urges they way she has before. But when she becomes the host of a late night campus radio show, Zoey must consider if she has given a voice to something far more troubled than her anonymous callers
Garth Ennis, the author of Preacher and writer of Punisher, is unleashed on a new military creator-owned epic! Deep in the mountains of Afghanistan, a dozen Russian special forces soldiers race their British opponents for a secret neither of them can imagine. The Russian leader, a war-weary Colonel who knows no other life but conflict, carries old ghosts that refuse to let him be- but the battle that awaits him deep in this ancient land will change his life forever, and send him on a journey no sane man would contemplate. The ultimate soldier meets his destiny, in issue #1 of 303!
30 Days of Night was one of the undisputed success stories of modern comics, spawning a bestselling trade paperback, a major motion picture deal, and the attention of thousands of fans longing for an innovative tale of terror. Now the same creative team revisits Barrow, Alaska, the town where it all began, as the long night creeps once more over the tundra. Some things may have changed, but the horror remains.