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Recommended by Jay Spence
If you thought the film was strange and “out-there” then the comic will offer a whole new degree of bonkers for your eyes. You’ll see some familiar faces like Pygar and some new faces you could never imagine.
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
Amongst the towering ominous metal oil derricks of modern-day Iraq gruesomely maimed bodies begin to turn up. These are not just your typical murders, though. These bodies are unnaturally mutilated.
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Recommended by Jonathan McKinney
Have you felt emptiness in your heart with the absence of Dragon Ball? Have you been anxiously awaiting acclaimed creator Akira Toriyama’s new work? Well, wait no more.
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
Little Norman toddles happily through life, gleefully murdering his classmates with the imaginary encouragement the darling devil that whispers in his left ear.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
The lucky few in the sky living in airships may be safe from the poisonous planet surface but are now locked in life and death struggle for any remaining resources they can get their hands on.
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Recommended by Jay Spence
Ash heads to space in Army of Darkness #1, and this time the Deadites have set their rotting sights on the International Space Station!
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Recommended by Jay Spence
You thought your school days were rough? Assassination Classroom will prove you wrong!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
Cerebus: The Covers will take you on a journey through the art of Cerebus!
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Recommended by Jonathan McKinney
The first six issues of the government-sanctioned superhero team come together in Copra: Round One Volume 1!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
If you had to list the icons of the American comic strip, Winsor McKay would be in your top 10. So head over to Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream!
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
Assorted Post-Apocalypictic Rodentia. Do we have your attention? Good!Squarriors #1 is anything but cute and fluffy!
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
Make a deal with Death in The Sculptor!
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
A superstar writing team hits the ground running with The Valiant #1! This is not your standard superhero fare. This is a dark world of shadows.
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
Chilling Archives of Horror collects some of the best of Tom Sutton's Charlton work in full color!
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Recommended by Jay Spence
Django/Zorro #1 pairs the star of the popular Tarantino film with the legendary masked hero!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
Get into the Halloween mood with Howard Nostrand's Nightmares!
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
Celebrate the 100th birthday of Moomin creator Tove Jansson with the Moomin Deluxe Anniversary Edition HC!
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
Dark Planet bursts onto the scene in their exciting debut title, Silver!
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
The Leg is an action-packed Wild West adventure that pits an unlikely hero against incredible foes.
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
Drawing Beautiful Women: The Frank Cho Method combines Cho's sense of humor with lessons on how to illustrate the female form.
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Recommended by Jay Spence
Dredd: Uprise #1 kicks off another movie sequel comic that looks to expand the universe of Judge Dredd even further.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
This special Halloween issue of Heavy Metal Magazine is a great jumping-on point for new readers! Features the gang that brought us Fearless Dawn and Zombie Terrors!
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Recommended by George Powell
I Play The Bad Guy shows that military experiments very rarely ever go right. And the same scenario applies to a pair of soldiers who were slated to become...super soldiers.
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
The In Real Life GN explores what's really going on in the atmosphere of digital gaming. A masterful job weaving a story based on our shared gaming language.
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
What happens when Internet memes get out of control? Find out in Memetic! Society reduced to rubble in 72 hours!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
In The Art of Modesty Blaise, readers are treated to a unique look at one of the first female action heroes.
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
One of the original comic strip heroes returns in The Phantom #1! Written by comic veteran Peter David and illustrated by Egmont’s Phantom artist Sal Velluto.
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