Mike Johnson (w)
Tony Shasteen (a & c)
This all-new story set in the universe of the new STAR TREK films celebrates the life of the most iconic character of them all: Leonard Nimoy's SPOCK. In Part 1 of this 4-part epic, the elder Spock joins the last survivors of Vulcan to search the galaxy for a new homeworld! Don't miss this special series, part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the STAR TREK franchise!
Arvind Ethan David (w)
Ilias Kyriazis (a & c)
A Spoon Too Short is Dirk Gently’s most baffling and incomprehensible case. Inspired by the tantalizing alternative title for the Dirk adventure Douglas Adams was working on prior to his death, A Spoon Too Short follows the continuing adventures of the world’s weirdest detective all the way to Africa!
Jan Kruse, Dick Kinney (w)
Mark De Jonge, Al Hubbard (a)
Andrea Freccero (c)
“The Incredible Quest for Cooties!” When Donald finds a lost world of Thanksgiving-style Pilgrims, he does the sensible thing—and gets crowned king! What could possibly go wrong?
Michael Benedetto (w)
Antonio Fuso (a & c)
Endings. They come unannounced. Could be an alley. Or a parking lot. But here, with a quarter million dollars of someone else’s money, the road leads two ways—to Phoenix, or a dead end.
Larry Hama (w)
S L Gallant (a & c)
G.I. Joe believes it can rest easy after stopping the COBRA WORLD ORDER… but they must now face a war at home as Cobra Commander amasses followers and maneuvers his hidden agents in order to turn the US into a COBRA NATION!
Rich Douek (w)
Brett Barkley (a & c)
It's mayhem in the skies of Manhattan as Cinder and Blacktooth steal an airship to track down the elusive Oppenheimer. The only thing in their way is a vengeful sorceress, her legion of minions, and a rampaging dragon!
Alex Toth, Bill Savage, Bud Thompson, Ken Landau and more (a)
Ken Bald (c)
Just when you thought it was safe to crawl back in your corroded coffins, #2 worms its way into your hearts with more awful affairs and creeped-out courtships direct from the crumbling crypt of golden age Pre-Code comics! SEE! Monsters get married! HEAR! The haunting howl of love even AFTER death! SMELL! The eternal stench of a long rotted romance! TASTE! (ummm, do NOT put this comic book in your mouth!) FEEL! The worst case of crabs EVER! HAUNTED LOVE!
Mark Waid (w)
Peter Krause (a & c)
The truce between Nocturnus and Galahad lasted less time than it takes to spell “Galahad.” Now Nocturnus must turn to the local authorities for help in tracking down his nemesis—but they'll have to lower their guns first!
Yasmin Sheikh (w & a & c)
By the giant flying heads of the space gods! Dance completions, pet stores, SEAS OF GEEKS! Imagine all of that, in MONSTER SPACE. And that’s not all! Who would ever think Luna would tolerate a roommate?! And such a cute one, too! *Awkward love interest included*
John Layman (w)
Andy Kuhn (a)
John McCrea (c)
The Martians came. The Martians saw. The Martians conquered. Now the space invaders cruelly rule over humanity, which has no hope for liberation... until Ruby Johnson decides that she has had enough.
Steve Niles (w)
Damien Worm (a & c)
After a successful ghost hunting adventure, the family is now ready to take on a much bigger case. For the first time, they will be up against bloodsucking vampires, and the family will never be the same again.
Carlos Giménez (w & a & c)
Paracuellos is a work of great courage, created at a time when telling the truth about Spain's political past could get one killed. It is arguably the most important graphic memoir ever created in comics. Carlos Giménez’s autobiographical account of the plight of children in post-World War II Fascist Spain has won virtually every comics award in Europe, including “Best Album” at the 1981 Angoulême Festival, and the “Heritage Award” at Angoulême in 2010.
In the late 1930s when Spanish fascists led by Franco, and aided by Hitler and Mussolini, overthrew the elected government, almost 200,000 men and women fell in battle, were executed, or died in prison. Their orphaned children—and others ripped from the homes of the defeated—were shuttled from Church-run “home” to “home” and fed a steady diet of torture and disinformation by a totalitarian state bent on making them “productive” citizens. Carlos Giménez was one of those children. In 1975, after Franco’s death, Carlos began to tell his story. Breaking the code of silence proved to be a milestone, both for the comics medium and for a country coming to terms with its past.
An illustrated essay by Carmen Moreno-Nuño, Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies at the University of Kentucky, places the comics in historical perspective.
Ian Flynn (w)
Chad Thomas, Jon Sommariva (a)
“Job Security,” Part 2. The Turtles are trapped! But who are the true victors? Rahzar and Fishface or Bebop and Rocksteady? With friends like these, who needs enemies?
Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird, Jim Lawson (w)
A.C. Farley (c)
“City at War, Part 13!” Reunions, resolution and retrospection in the wonderfully satisfying grand finale of this epic maxi-arc in TMNT lore!
James Roberts (w)
Alex Milne & Brendan Cahill (a)
THE DYING OF THE LIGHT—PART 1! Since joining the Lost Light, MEGATRON has rejected everything that once made him the most feared and hated Cybertronian of all time. But penitence has a price, and before the ex-Decepticon can find true redemption he must first confront his darkest legacy—the Decepticon Justice Division.
Amy Chu (w)
Elena Casagrande & Silvia Califano (a)
Cat Staggs (c)