Their peaceful life in Austin ended in a conflagration, and the Bowmans have found themselves on the run once again. Out of options, and with Bartlett's survival hanging in the balance, the family makes their way to a place where even vampires fear to go. Issue nineteen begins a new chapter in Donny Cates and Lisandro Estherren's supernatural/western saga that promises to be as gripping as it is game-changing.
For untold generations, the Moonstone family has protected the world from the unseen forces of darkness. But who will protect them, and the other members of The Magic Order when they become the targets of a powerful sorcerer assassin? In the collected edition of Netflix's first comic book publication, writer Mark Millar and artist Olivier Coipel create a compelling family drama against the backdrop of an expertly constructed urban fantasy.
Hit-Girl's trip to Hollywood hasn't exactly gone according to plan, and now the bad guys are closing in on everyone's favorite pre-teen anti-hero. Writer Kevin Smith and artist Pernille Ørum serve up a heaping helping of sharp dialogue and exuberant illustrations in their third installment of Hit-Girl Season 2.
Jenner Faulds posed as a man to fight in the War of the Harshlands. After the war ended, she became a "Fairman" private investigator. As the only "Fairlady" in The Feld, she gets kicked the work that no one else wants. But, sometimes, the least desirable cases are the most crucial. In their new genre-blending collaboration, writer Brian Schirmer and artist Claudia Balboni drop a private eye procedural into a colorful, but perilous, fantasy world.
Hit-Girl's plan to bring murder and mayhem to the city of angels hits an unexpected obstacle in part two of The Golden Rage of Hollywood. Writer Kevin Smith and artist Pernille Ørum follow up their ultra violent first issue with a more emotionally impactful installment that sets the stage for a bigger bloodbath still to come.
Old grudges and new revelations push washed-up artist Hal Crane over the edge in the heated conclusion to the two-part Bad Weekend storyline. In Criminal #3, noir masters Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips complete their journey through the dark underbelly of the comic book creators community.
After the heat death of the universe, the last of humanity has gathered on the Orpheus station, awaiting the next big bang. For two years, they stare helplessly into the void, and then all of a sudden, something stares back. Infinite Dark: Vol. 1 collects the first four issues of writer Ryan Cady and artist Andrea Mutti's thoughtful science fiction horror.
The lauded sword-and-shield epic, The Last Siege, is finally collected into one blood-soaked volume. Against the backdrop of medieval warfare, writer Landry Q. Walker and artist Justin Greenwood tell a massive story that is surprisingly intimate and wholly entertaining.
The next level of drone warfare is Hardcore. In the government's top-secret Hardcore Program, agents project into living human hosts to eliminate high-level targets. But the new technology has just fallen into the wrong hands. In this month's Hardcore #3, writer Andy Diggle and artist Alessandro Vitti build off the intensity of the previous installments by expanding the scope of their story and significantly raising the stakes.
Fair warning that this month's installment of Criminal does not continue the Teeg Lawless story from January's critically acclaimed first issue. But don't be deterred, because powerhouse creators Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips deliver a new story in Criminal #2 that does not disappoint.