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Written by: Gary Reed, Nathan Massengill

Art by: Craig Brasfield, Nathan Massengill, Jerry Foley, Gene Gonzales


Pages: 156

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: MAY171349

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The Sixsmiths are a family of Satanists who've suffered from the global recession. Now their lives are in turmoil: Dad needs a job; the twins need to survive the public school system; Mum needs to keep them all sane. Will the Devil rise to smite their enemies, or will he damn them with hellfire and wrath?

The tales originally known as Grewsome Tales and later dubbed Herbert West-Reanimator are presented here in newly edited versions. In addition, Steven Philip Jones provides an all new Reanimator tale plus the script for the audio version of From the Dark.

At the dawn of the 20th century, Jack London was considered one of the first literary writing pioneers in the growing world of magazine fiction. Writing numerous novels, short stories, poems and essays, he became a well-known celebrity. Presented are five of his stories, adapted with art from award winning comic artists.

Written by: Gary Reed, Sam Costello, Various

Art by: Sami Makkonen, Jason Walz, Various

Pages: 112

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: OCT161379

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Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: John Lowe, Guy Davis, Bruce McCorkindale


Pages: 114

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: FEB171448

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Written by: Ron McCain, Gary Reed, Charles Yates, Jack London

Art by: Guy Davis, Ron McCain, Charles Yates, Vince Locke, Kyle Huston


Pages: 102

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: SEP171419

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Written by: Various

Art by: Various


Pages: 120

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: AUG161446

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Written by: Brandon Barrows

Art by: Hugo Petrus


Pages: 103

Print: Black and White

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Diamond #: SEP161503

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The epic graphic novel collecting the entire comic series is the incredible story of the early days of the United States in the Second World War. Days of Darkness covers the darkest days of World War II, when the United States went from the tragedy of Pearl Harbor to the triumph at Midway. 

She was born into a legacy she wanted no part of and pushed into a battle recessed deep in the shadows of the night. Samantha Helsing is torn between two worlds... two allegiances... two families. The legacy of the Van Helsing family and their crusade against the "night creatures" comes to modern day.

Two tales of the Old West, in the tradition of Classic Illustrated books. In "Bounty," William "Mac" McDermott is a bounty hunter who decides to assist a woman and her son traveling west to California. In "Navarro," an Indian scout employed by the US Army heads home to his tribe and finds his people and son slaughtered and his wife missing.

It's The Simpsons meets The Osbournes! The Sixsmiths are a family of suburban Satanists recovering from the global recession. Their eldest daughter, Jezabelle, has returned to the fold with a frightening amount of zeal. Meanwhile, recently converted Dennis finds that adopting a new faith has not made him cool. 

He is considered the most infamous murderer in history. His very name inspires terror. He is Jack the Ripper. How can his evil and brutal methods affect the world, some 120 years after the last known victim of the Ripper was put to rest? But the terrible past of Jack the Ripper will manifest itself into the present day!

Written by: Colin Clayton, Chris Dows

Art by: Art Wetherell


Pages: 116

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: FEB171450

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Written by: Colin Clayton, Chris Dows

Art by: Larry Shuput,  Laurence Campbell

Pages: 103

Print: Color

​Diamond #: OCT161381

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Presenting a faithful adaptation of the classic novel from Mary Shelley. Based on the original story itself rather than the various cinematic films, this is a rendition of Frankenstein, the haunting and sophisticated tale that you may not have seen before. 

Written by: Brent Truax

Art by: Russell Braun, Daniel Rivera, Mitch Waxman


Pages: 70

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: SEP171416

​$ 10.99 US

A chilling collection of four Lovecraft tales adapted by award winning comic writer Steven Philip Jones. Lovecraft is considered one of America's most innovative and popular horror writers. Jones takes the classic tales and, while remaining true to the source, brings them into the modern age which can sometimes make the horror even more terrifying.

Achilles, Agamemnon, Hector, Helen, Odysseus, Paris - some of the greatest names in history based on the greatest epic in literature, the Iliad. Here is a retelling of the classic epic but from the human perspective rather than that of the Gods. Covered are the events that led to the Trojan War. 

Written by: Reginald Chaney

Art by: Paul Kowalski


Pages: 250

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: MAR171559

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Written by: Marc Nichols

Art by: Simon Wright

Pages: 66

Print: Color

​Diamond #: NOV161351

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Welcome to A-Time Not another dimension, not a parallel world, but your very own neighborhood without linear time! Here past, present, and future merge like expressway off-ramps. Collected in a single volume for the first time is the First Comic's series with art by the legendary Tom Sutton.

Written by: Tony Miello

Art by: Tony Miello


Pages: 110

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: APR171497

​$ 14.99 US

Based on the true story of an American spy in Vietnam. Durand was a member of a black-ops team, code-named "Shining Brass." This graphic novel depicts the horrific atrocities witnessed and performed by the once naive special forces member as he attempts to perform his duties and understand the true meaning behind the madness that was the Vietnam War.

Written by: Steven Philip Jones, ,HP Lovecraft, S.T. Joshi

Art by: Terry Pavlet


Pages: 148

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: DEC161498

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Written by: Ron Miller

Art by: Ron Miller


Pages: 128

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: JAN171562

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Written by: Ron Kasman

Art by: Ron Kasman

Pages: 228

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: NOV161355

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The stand-alone follow up to Carbon. Heat Hatfield reluctantly leads the townspeople towards safety with the Sheve in pursuit as the inferno rages, igniting a fire hotter than the world has ever seen.  What is the secret of the Salt that can save the group and perhaps the Earth itself?

Inspired by the legend of the Golem creature. From exile, a guardian Golem of steel is summoned back into battle! Enticed by the promise of a place amongst men, the Golem heeds the call of the newly ascended Emperor in his campaign to destroy the very Resistance who created and abandoned him. 

Written by: Mary Shelley, Eric Jackson

Art by: Charles Yates, Eric Jackson, Joshua Werner


Pages: 52

Print: Color

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​Diamond #: AUG171434

​$ 8.99 US

At the dawn of the 20th century the greatest literary adventurers from the likes of Wells, Verne, Doyle, Burroughs, and Haggard were created. All thought to be the work of pure fiction. A century later, the real-life descendants of those famous adventurers are recruited by the Professor Challenger in order to save mankind's future.

A serial killer, murdering with a soundtrack, has crippled Glass City. As Detective Drekker investigates, he is reminded of his first case, a serial massacre of children.  How does the loss of innocence 20 years ago lead to the horrific murders today? When the music stops, people die.

Written by: Stefan Petrucha

Art by: Barry Crain


Pages: 102

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: JAN171560

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Written by: R.A. Jones

Art by: Ted Slampyyak


Pages: 124

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: JUL1615

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July 4, 1971. Five naive young men hit New York for love, sex, art, and comic books. What they encounter is the pivotal time when comics change from a business to an art form and the group meet artist Allan Caldwell, blacklisted for his testimony to Congress which destroyed major comic publishers.

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A team of operatives, led by the mysterious Edgar Allan Raven, are brought together to investigate any and all cases of paranormal activity. Formed of both skeptics and believers, the team is called in by local or government authorities when cases prove to be too bizarre, too unusual, or just plain unsolvable. Collects issues #5-8.

Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Seppo Makinen, Ray Snyder, Craig Brasfield, David Boller


Pages: 136

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: AUG171437

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Called by the Los Angeles Reader the finest example of graphic story telling they've seen. This is the saga of one man thirsting to conquer an empire against a ruler who tried to appease both his subjects and his gods. Cortez's arrival had been foretold by the superstitious Aztecs, but by the time they had discovered he in fact, was not the true God, it was too late.

Written by: Don Lomax

Art by: Don Lomax


Pages: 128

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: JUL171616

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Written by: Ron Miller

Art by: Ron Miler


Pages: 126

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: MAY171350

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One of the leading independent anthologies returns as an expanded graphic novel and while still featuring new creators also includes many established professional creators with new visions. Creators featured in this first issue include nominees and winners of some of the industry’s major awards.

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Art by: Vince Locke, Phil Hester, Mark Bloodworth, others.


Pages: 56

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: DEC161497

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Written by: Mayen Briem

Art by: Various


Pages: 120

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: APR171499

​$14.99 US

Written by: Rafael Nieves Art by: Ken Holewczynski


Pages: 62

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: JUN171418

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Written by: Michael Fraley

Art by: Michael Fraley


Pages: 170

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: JAN171558

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Saga of war in the Pacific to Guadalcanal and the Battle of Bloody Ridge. This is the story of that long, vicious battle that occurred in 1942-43. And the overwhelming odds a few thousand stranded U.S. Marines faced against tens of thousands of Japanese soldiers.

Written by: Don Lomax

Art by: Don Lomax


Pages: 124

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: JUN171416

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Written by: Randy Zimmerman

Art by: Horus


Pages: 128

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: MAR171563

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Written by: Various

Art by: Various, David Michael Beck


Pages: 130

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: SEP171420

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Written by: Charles Chester

Art by: Shiloh Penfold


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Print: Color

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​Diamond #: SEP161502

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Written by: Kevin VanHook

Art by: Kevin VanHook


Pages: 72

Print: Color

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​Diamond #: AUG161449

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Written by: Chuck Bordell

Art by: Chuck Bordell


Pages: 102

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: JUL171617

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Based on the cult classic Chillers feature film from Troma Studios, Chiller now returns with eleven all new tales in an original anthology graphic novel! Original creator and director Daniel Boyd is joined by some of the best in horror to present more tales of terror and chills. Evil travels in many forms... even by bus. 

A Gothic tale that takes its title from a peculiar ruin in S. Callisto Square in Rome. Some say it was placed there by the Devil himself, behind the Pope's palace, to become his throne. During the twelfth century, it was a place of orgies and black masses that inspired prophecies and easy healing. This is the stage where Alberto Militelli conducts his so called esoteric rituals.

Before League of Extraordinary Gentlemen there was The Searchers. At the dawn of the 20th century the greatest literary adventurers from the likes of Wells, Verne, Doyle, Burroughs, and Haggard were created. All thought to be the work of pure fiction. However, a century later, the real-life descendants of those famous adventurers are recruited by the legendary Professor Challenger.

Written by: Wayne Vansant

Art by: Wayne Vansant


Pages: 184

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: AUG161447

​$19.99 US

Written by: Christopher Sequeira

Art by: Philip Cornell, J. Scherpenhuizen

Pages: 

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​Diamond #: SEP161506

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Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Philip Xavier


Pages: 112

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: MAR171562

​$12.99 US

Dungeon & Dragons meets Game of Thrones. 4 teens are transported to a Middle-Earth-esque realm they only thought existed in books and film. Follow these teens into the unknown as the world unfolds before them. And what hope do these teens have? How can they survive against wizards, dwarves, dragons, and trolls if they had a hard time making it in high school?

The Disciples are a group of magic users forced to band together to fend off a supernatural holocaust.  When one member is killed, they must look for new recruits.  It's chaos versus order, evil versus good, and new magic versus the arcane arts. With art by Laurence Campbell (B.R.P.D,Dark Tower).

Harvey Award Nominee! Don Lomax's critically acclaimed Vietnam Journal is back with all new tales of war correspondent Scott "Journal" Neithammer as he reports on the young soldiers on both sides of the Vietnam War. This volume takes Journal from late 1969, the Monsoon season, to May of 1970, and the beginning of the Cambodian incursion. Collects issues #1-5

My name is Velda Bellinghausen. I'm a private investigator. I used to be a showgirl at Slotnik's Follies, until I followed up on an ad for the Hawkshaw Course on Detection. Soon I had my license and was in business for myself! Velda is a passing homage to the noir films and hard-boiled detective writing of the 1950s in the form of crime comic. Collecting the final installments of the Velda series.

Written by: Daniel Boyd

Art by: Predrag Ivanovic


Pages: 142

Print: Color

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​Diamond #: SEP161504

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Written by: Jason Franks

Art by: J. Marc Schmidt

Pages: 168

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: NOV161353

​$16.99 US

The film is a cult hit and this is the collection of the comic series which is the official adaptation of the movie.  This edition is the “stripped down” version which is only the actual official adaptation of the entire movie at a specially priced release. 

A sequel to H.G. Wells' science fiction classic, The War of the Worlds. The "Martian Invasion" has begun again and now mankind must fight for their very humanity. Humanity is waging a fallback battle in the central plains of the United States against a new kind of biological weapon the aliens have unleashed on the planet.

Written by: Bruce Zick

Art by: Bruce Zick

Pages: 104

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: NOV161353

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Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Guy Davis, David Mack, Galen Showman, Various

Pages: 172

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: OCT161382

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Written by: Don Lomax

Art by: Don Lomax


Pages: 116

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: SEP171418

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Written by: Jason Franks

Art by: J. Marc Schmidt, Jason Franks, Various


Pages: 158

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: FEB171451

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Written by: Ralph Griffith, Stuart Kerr

Art by: Guy Davis


Pages: 180

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: JUN171417

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The X-Files meets Mission Impossible. A unique team of operatives, led by the mysterious Edgar Allan Raven, are brought together to investigate any and all cases of paranormal activity. Formed of both skeptics and believers. Collects issues #1-4.

Written by: Ralph Griffith, Stuart Kerr

Art by: Guy Davis


Pages: 156

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: APR171500

​$ 16.99 US

My name is Velda Bellinghausen. I'm a private investigator. I used to be a showgirl at Slotnik's Follies, until I followed up on an ad for the Hawkshaw Course on Detection. Soon I had my license and was in business for myself! Velda is a passing homage to the noir films and detective writing of the 1950s as a crime comic.

Harvey Award-nominee Don Lomax assembles his Desert Storm Journal comic series and brings back his central character from his critically acclaimed Vietnam Journal books. January 1991. The ground war to oust Saddam Hussein by U.S. and coalition forces from Kuwait has begun. Scott "Journal" Neithammer finds himself and his photographer lost in the desert and miles behind enemy lines.

Written by: Wayne Vansant

Art by: Wayne Vansant


Pages: 112

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: MAR171560

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Winner of the Scottish Independent Comic Book Award for Best Graphic Novel and Best Writer. In 1828, two Irishmen named William Burke and William Hare murdered 16 people and disposed of the bodies to Dr. Robert Knox at Edinburgh University for dissection, setting in motion a scandal that would rock the world's medical establishment.

An innocent man descends into Hell to witness the sinners doomed for eternity. Like Dante, he is taken deeper to see the energy that drives the sins. Each of the 25 levels of Hell are drawn by different artists. Artists include Guy Davis, Michael Lark, Vince Locke, and David Mack.

Written by: Steven Jones

Art by: Christopher Jones, Aldin Baroza, Gary Scott Beattya


Pages: 154

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: JAN171559

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Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Tomm Gabbad, Steve Beckett, Bill Bryan, Mark Bloodworth, Wayne Reid, Pedrag Ivanovik-Peka


Pages: 126

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: DEC161496

​$12.99 US

Renfield is a haunting and sophisticated story of the bug-eating prophet from Bram Stoker's Dracula. Confined to an insane asylum, Renfield is slowly consumed by madness from the "Master of the Night" as he struggles with the  need to serve the darkness against his own humanity. 

An incredible team up featuring the co-creators of popular TV shows, Lucifer and Jessica Jones! This early graphic novel by Mike Carey (Lucifer, Hellblazer) and artwork from Michael Gaydos (Daredevil, Alias).  In the Inferno, a city fueled by sin and driven by corruption, John Travis finds himself as the only person to ever escape Hell and live.  He just doesn’t remember it.

A tale of murder, motorcycle gangs, and Charlie Manson. It's 1969 and novelist Rory Hawkins is in Los Angeles researching his next novel. He interviews George Clayton, a western actor, and the two visit the Spahn movie ranch where Charles Manson is secretly plotting a series of high profile murders.

Written by: Steven Phillip Jones

Art by: Octavio Cariello


Pages: 112

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: MAY171348

​$ 14.99 US

A team of American and international artists has been brought together to create Horror City, a horror anthology loaded with ten tales of terror, black humor and twist endings. For those that enjoy Tales of the Crypt, Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, and Tales of the Darkside.

The classic tale of Count Dracula, told in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula and now adapted into this graphic novel. The journey of Jonathan Harker to Transylvania, the crash of the Demeter near Whitby, the bloodletting of Lucy Westerna, the brave men who fight to stop the monster and save Mina... all the memorably fantastic parts of the great novel are here!

In the future people try on new personas like hats. When Hieronymus Jones overdoses with the Temporary Personality Grafts, his personality is utterly destroyed. Now an experimental cure gives him not one, but six new personalities. Together, they fight corruption & crime as one strange superhero team!

First time in trade paperback! Deadworld moves to a world of scientists attempting to fend off the plague of the walking dead. As humans flock to Safe Haven to escape the zombies, they find out that the testing of AIDS, leprosy, and other diseases to infect the zombies has turned it into a Slaughterhouse.

Written by: Chris Dows, Colin Clayton

Art by: Horus


Pages: 104

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: MAY171346

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Written by: Ron Miller

Art by: Ron Miller

Pages: 118

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: OCT161383

​$12.99 US

Written by: Gary Scott Beatty

Art by: Gary Scott Beatty


Pages: 56

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: FEB171449

​$7.99 US

Short mystery tales of a female private eye plus a multi-leveled representation of the more lurid of the 1950s crime comics as if it actually existed as a classic Golden Age comic. More than a passing homage to the noir films and hard-boiled detective school of writing, it includes vintage ads and special features.

Written by: Stefan Petrucha

Art by: Tom Sutton


Pages: 96

Print: Color

Softcover

Diamond #: SEP161507

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Written by: Ben Sherrill

Art by: Rowel Roque


Pages: 186

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: MAY171347

​$ 19.99 US

A collection of five Lovecraft tales adapted by award winning comic writer Steven Philip Jones. Lovecraft is considered one of America's most innovative and popular horror writers. Jones takes the classic tales and while remaining true to the source, brings them into the modern age which can sometimes make the horror even more terrifying.

Written by: Mike Carey

Art by: Mike Gaydos


Pages: 146

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: AUG161450

​$14.99 US

Four modern day teens are transported to a Middle-earth-esque realm they only thought existed in books and film! And what hope do these teens have? How can they survive against wizards, dwarves, dragons, and trolls if they had a hard time making it in high school? Collects The Realm volume one issues #6-7, and Tales of the Realm mini-series

Written by: Chris Dow, Colin Clayton

Art by: Art Wetherell, Tim C. Perkins


Pages: 116

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: JUN171419

​$ 14.99 US

Written by: Lauren Burke, Greg Sorkin

Art by: Antonio Maldonado


Pages: 122

Print: Color

Softcover

​Diamond #: MAR171561

​$ 18.99 US

Discover the basics in comics writing from Steven Philip Jones, a veteran comic writer & comic writing instructor. Here is the process of creating a comics script and how it is turned into a comic page. With examples and drawings if you're a writer and wanted to write and produce comic books, this is the tell all book

Written by: Shaun King

Art by: Ernani Faraon


Pages: 162

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: FEB171447

​$16.99 US

A comic adaptation of F. W. Murnau's 1920's classic German silent film that was the first incarnation in cinema of the Dracula legend, a film many have heard of but have not seen. Beyond the Carpathian Mountains, in the land called Transylvania, there lived a monster that fed on blood. It crossed the great sea, to seek out a woman of great beauty and power.

A team of American and international comic artists has been brought together to create, Horror City, a horror anthology loaded with ten tales of terror, black humor and twisted endings. For those that enjoy Tales of the Crypt, Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, and Tales from the Darkside.

Written by: Mayen Briem

Art by: Various, Jesus Garcia


Pages: 108

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: AUG171435

​$ 12.99 US

Test your coloring skills with over 50+ images from the Deadworld universe. With depicted art drawn by some of various illustrators that lent their talents to the pages of Deadworld this is sure to keep you entertained for hours.

Post War. Film Noir. Swinging big bands and bluesy nightclubs. Neo-Atomic visionaries. Chrome-laden stream lined rocket cars. In 1946, the world of tomorrow never looked better. Then the future crashed in. Now, one man is attempting to stop the warping of time and space. T.P. is a network that will lead to the changing of reality.

This anthology features all-new stories set in Deadworld! In a world and time when things look bleak for the humans and they are plunging towards extinction, these stories highlight different tales of survivors. As a bonus, Mark Bloodworth presents a gallery of "The Girls of Deadworld".

Scott "Journal" Neithammer comes out of retirement to cover the first Persian Gulf War. He finds himself also caught up in the war between the Pentagon and the press! Fed up, he heads off into the desert on his own. From Don Lomax (VIETNAM JOURNAL, MARVEL's THE 'NAM)

There is a place where evil lives. Where all of mankind's nightmares are a reality. From this realm of myth and shadow was born Jonas Beck, a werewolf, who teams up with a young policewoman, Mercedes "Caul" Guillaune and their paths meld into one... to battle evil.

Written by: Alberto Conte

Art by: Romina Denti, Luca Rossi


Pages: 52

Print: Color

Softcover

​Diamond #: SEP171417

​$ 9.99 US

This anthology provides 9 rarely seen or never-before-published heroic and horrifying stories by veteran comic writer Steven Philip Jones. Featured are entertaining stories with art by Octavio Cariello (The Action Bible), S. Clarke Hawbaker (Nomad), Christopher Jones (Young Justice), Dan Jurgens (Superman), and many more!

A faithfully retold adventure of King Arthur as was written by Geoffrey of Monmouth in the 12th century. Geoffrey's work is considered one of the most important of the medieval period Here is Arthur, like never before. Published to coincide with the release of new King Arthur film from Warner Bros.

What makes Brandon kill? It isn't for revenge or fame or money, it seems to be for penance. He may have the perfect life but underneath, he is a tormented, murderous soul. As the investigators find out, this is a mad quest which may be unstoppable.  Brandon's coming for you, sinners.

Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Galen Showman

Pages: 196

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: NOV16352

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Written by: R.A. Jones

Art by: Sergio Cariello, Aldin Baroza, Rob Davis, Octavio Cariello


Pages: 166

Print: Black and White

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​Diamond #: AUG171436

​$ 16.99 US

H.P.  Lovecraft is known for tales of terror, cosmic abominations and his most famous creation, the dreaded Cthulhu!  However, he also penned stories of fantasy, science fiction and even humor. Go beyond tentacles and evil gods to explore the mythos of Lovecraft.

Written by: Martin Conaghan

Art by: Will Pickering, Rian Hughes


Pages: 112

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: AUG171433

​$ 14.99 US

An account of the Battle of the Bulge as told from the perspective of a female war correspondent who becomes trapped in the incredible struggle to hold off the German Army during WWII. This graphic novel immerses itself in a realistic approach to warfare through the eyes of a naïve and innocent woman in a war she only thought she understood.

London 1942. The true horror wasn't from the air or in the streets, it was Underground. As German bombs pummel the city of London during the Blitz, the leaves of autumn begin to fall and so do the victims. A young boy's fascination with the work of a possible local serial killer plunges him into a life-long obsession that ultimately will become a quest for revenge.

The brilliant Sherlock Holmes is plunged into a case of Gothic terror as he investigates horrific deaths that suggest an improbable monster. Only Holmes can stop the shadows from swallowing London and only his single remaining friend can stop the shadows from swallowing him. Collecting the acclaimed Black House series.

Written by: Paul Daly, Randall Thayer

Art by: Paul Daly, Brandon Peterson, Aubrey Bradford, Wayne Reid


Pages: 128

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: JUN171415

​$ 14.99 US

Gary Scott Beatty's jazz piano man Dean Fontessa returns in five standalone stories that come together with a twist - like a masterful, cool jazz solo! Beatty's illustration style drops readers into the late night music clubs of 1957. A fantastic, innovative and unique blend of art and text to depict the rhythm of the times!

Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Sami Makkonen

Pages: 112

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: OCT161380

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Written by: Steven Jones

Art by: Dan Jurgens, S. Clarke Hawbaker, Octavio Cariello, Christopher Jones


Pages: 138

Print: Black and White

​Diamond #: JAN171561

​$14.99 US

In this anthology, a man is willing to kill to cover up his secrets. A prostitute finds there are worse things than making a living on the streets. What happens when a replicant becomes obsolete? Plus Einser nominee Jason Walz, a preview of Ghost Sonata, and sketchbook from Sami Makkonen, plus more.

Written by: Steven Philip Jones

Art by: Robert Schnieders, Craig A. Taillefer


Pages: 158

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: JUL171613

​$ 16.99 US

Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Philip Xavier


Pages: 118

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: APR171498

​$14.99 US

Veronica Mars meets The Office. Jane Day's a twenty-something temp-by-day, detective-by-night... and also sometimes during the day. Jane straddles two worlds: Reality - in boring gray scale - and her Imagination - in full, vibrant color. Jane uses the fantasy to cut through the tedium, living as much inside her head as out.

Collecting over 370 comic strips of Tony Miello's very bad clown! Move over Krusty the Clown; there's a new and obnoxious clown on the scene and he comes from the city of Detroit! His lack of morals and human decency are always leading him and the poor people around him into odd situations that lead to hilarity. 

Written by: Jim Alexander

Art by: Mark Bloodworth


Pages: 101

Print: Black and White

Softcover

​Diamond #: APR171501

​$14.99 US

Meet Christian Savage, monster hunter in the wildest backlands of the Wild West. Abandoned by his parents at birth and raised by a priest, Savage was tempted by dark forces and this cost him the life of Father O'Toole. Now, Savage roams the countryside ridding the frontier of the supernatural enemies, making the West safe once again.