Collects Spider-Man & The X-Men (2014) #1-6.
Meet the Jean Grey School’s new guidance counselor: Spider-Man! He’s supposed to be secretly investigating the suspicion that one of the students is a traitorous mole. But now Spidey’s got his hands full with a very special student class — and a maniacal merger of the X-Men’s rogues’ gallery with his own! Sauron and Stegron the Dinosaur Man team up to take over Staten Island! Chameleon and Mojo cast Spidey and the X-kids in a live death match against the Sinister Sixty-Six! And Deathbird teams the Brood with the Symbiotes! But as Spidey faces the Beast in a no-holds-barred science fair, someone at the school discovers his secret identity! All betrayals, deceptions and misunderstandings fall into place as the mole is revealed — but will Spidey and his students survive to learn the truth?
Dark Horse Comics is proud to present one of the authentic landmarks in graphic fiction, Lone Wolf and Cub, to be published in its entirety for the first time in America. An epic samurai adventure of staggering proportions — over 7000 pages – Lone Wolf and Cub (Kozure Okami in Japan) is acknowledged worldwide for the brilliant writing of series creator Kazuo Koike and the groundbreaking cinematic visuals of the late Goseki Kojima, creating unforgettable imagery of stark beauty, kinetic fury, and visceral thematic power that influenced a generation of visual storytellers both in Japan and in the West. Don’t miss this monumental series, twenty-eight volumes, with each collection approximately 300 pages!
I have decided to make my short story “Renovation” available as a standalone story once again, with a new cover that I LOVE.
Jack just wants to spend the day job hunting online and taking care of his young son Max, who’s napping up in his room. Everything is going as well as can be expected when a noise in the house catches Jack’s attention.
It’s just the dryer, he thinks, but then realizes he already finished the laundry. He keeps hearing strange noises, but they’re not coming from any particular room, they seem to be emanating from the house itself. And then he hears something that sounds an awful lot like his name.
What do you do when the thing you’ve designed to keep you safe is the thing that turns against you? “Renovation” is an action-packed story of a monster like you’ve never imagined.
In the backup feature, one from the Icons to Ashes collection, “Birth Day” tells the story of a man who wakes up sore and confused in an alley, only a few feet from a decapitated body. He doesn’t remember his name, he doesn’t know how he got there, but his body feels so strange, and the world around him begins to take on a dreamy quality, almost as if it’s moving in slow motion in comparison to him.
Together, these two stories form the perfect pair, as the characters find how easily life can be turned upside down in a blink, without warning, and from that moment on things can never go back to how they were.
From the writers of the groundbreaking post-apocalyptic series Yesterday’s Gone, comes a dark new fantasy horror series, ForNevermore.
All 17 year old Noella Snow ever wanted was a normal life.
But normal died with her mother, minutes after she was born. Then again when her father was murdered before her eyes on her seventh birthday. Now she spends her days in quiet misery, an outcast at school, harboring a secret crush on her best friend, Sam.
Noella’s only happiness lies in her dreams, in a world where her father still lives and Dante, a mysterious stranger with a deadly touch, guards over her.
Now those dreams have turned to nightmares as Noella begins hearing voices, witnessing murders she can’t possibly know of, and seeing the monsters from her sleep merging into her waking life.
Noella doesn’t want to return to King’s Point, the psychiatric hospital where she was forced to go after an “episode” two years earlier.
She tells herself she’s better.
But then one night Noella sees the impossible… Dante, watching her from afar, as he has for centuries – nearly as long as he’s loved her.
Is Noella losing her mind? Or is she linked to a hidden world, destined to be normal ForNevermore?
Nazis, dinosaurs, and a war for all time!
When the Nazis develop time travel technology, only the Sarge and his misfit band of Chronos Commandos can stand against them – with the Cretaceous as their battleground!
Fearsome raptors, giant spiders, and a towering Nazi nemesis: the commandos face many foes in the fight for the future. The body count is high – and few will make it back alive!
This collection of the stunning first series is packed with exclusive features – including declassified files, unseen sketches, and blueprints.
In a matter of weeks, three African-American police officers have been publicly and brutally murdered in the state of Virginia. The pressure is on law enforcement officials to stop the viciously calculated killer(s) and to do it quickly. An elite, yet experimental F.B.I. unit, formed specifically to investigate high profile crimes, is called in to head the investigation. Under the leadership of Special Agent Gabriel Santana, this F.B.I. team matches its investigators with hardened criminals who are currently incarcerated for having committed crimes similar in nature to the case they are trying to solve. In this particular instance, it means working with a racist-militia leader serving a life sentence, a man that would rather help the murderer(s) than see the killing-spree stop.
25 TO LIFE is like an edgy version of 48 HOURS and reminiscent of SILENCE OF THE LAMBS; a gripping crime drama brought to you by the writing team of Eriq LaSalle and Doug Wagner, and brilliantly illustrated by Tony Shasteen.
25 TO LIFE — Sometimes enforcing the law is CRIMINAL.
Why are the murderous duo Pleasure and Pain trying to silence Jody Sax?
Paragon questions the nature and limit of his powers.
A new threat appears, attacking the Capital City police station.
And the mysterious fifth member of the group begins to ask the important questions about his identity.
“Who is Number 5?” is the fourth issue in this ongoing monthly series.
Yes, I do read Marvel books, too–all kinds of Marvel books. Avengers is the only one I still get month to month, though; everything else I read on Marvel Unlimited. So these are the DC books that came in my monthly shipment yesterday: