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Skyward #3

Abigail, Jon, and Tanner catch Quinn's trail - only to find Quinn's survival in question! Time is running out as our heroes desperately struggle to get some answers, with strange creatures and surprises around every turn! The thrilling creator-owned sensation by Jeremy Dale (GI Joe, Marvel KaPow!, NFL RushZone) continues! Abigail, Jon, and Tanner catch Quinn's trail - only to find Quinn's survival in question! Time is running out as our heroes desperately struggle to get some answers, with strange creatures and surprises around every turn! The thrilling creator-owned sensation by Jeremy Dale (GI Joe, Marvel KaPow!, NFL RushZone) continues!

Angel Yearbook #1

IDW’s final farewell to the Angelverse is full of the creators who have been telling stories about the vampire with a soul from the very beginning. Each tale will be a farewell from the writers and artists who have known him best. Featuring the final new stories from the Angelverse!  ... Dust to Dust OMG Unicorns All The Time In The World My Only Friend Fight For The Remote This One Time A Blessing And "The Curse" IDW’s final farewell to the Angelverse is full of the creators who have been telling stories about the vampire with a soul from the very beginning. Each tale will be a farewell from the writers and artists who have known him best. Featuring the final new stories from the Angelverse!  ... Dust to Dust OMG Unicorns All The Time In The World My Only Friend Fight For The Remote This One Time A Blessing And "The Curse"

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #55

OverviewContinuing the look into Buffy's life before Sunnydale, we take a detour with Dawn -- a mysterious package is accidently delivered to the younger Summers sister, and the enchanted teddy bear Hoopy wreaks havoc upon the life of the little ten year old. Intended to destroy the Slayer, the gift leads Dawn unwittingly into her first adventure, years before she'd ever be accepted into the Scooby Gang.It's the all Paul Lee issue! Paul Lee, creator of Lurid and longtime cover artist on the Buffy series, writes, draws, colors, letters, and provides both photo and art covers for this special, hilarious issue. OverviewContinuing the look into Buffy's life before Sunnydale, we take a detour with Dawn -- a mysterious package is accidently delivered to the younger Summers sister, and the enchanted teddy bear Hoopy wreaks havoc upon the life of the little ten year old. Intended to destroy the Slayer, the gift leads Dawn unwittingly into her first adventure, years before she'd ever be accepted into the Scooby Gang.It's the all Paul Lee issue! Paul Lee, creator of Lurid and longtime cover artist on the Buffy series, writes, draws, colors, letters, and provides both photo and art covers for this special, hilarious issue.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #40

OverviewBuffy's mom is dead. Emotions in the Scooby gang are running high, and lots of little things are causing lots of little problems. Somehow, the fight against the forces of darkness doesn't seem so crucial, anymore. Somebody should have told that to the three deformed, green demon-children that decide to drop by Buffy's house unannounced. OverviewBuffy's mom is dead. Emotions in the Scooby gang are running high, and lots of little things are causing lots of little problems. Somehow, the fight against the forces of darkness doesn't seem so crucial, anymore. Somebody should have told that to the three deformed, green demon-children that decide to drop by Buffy's house unannounced.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #38

This October, things just get creepier in this super-spooky Halloween fang-fest. Buffy and the Scooby gang face off against the cadre of crazed, bloodsucking Buddhist monks who hold Dawn captive. The monks know the truth about Buffy's "little sister." When the truth is revealed, can Buffy handle it? This issue brings you the big showdown between Buffy and the invulnerable Vampire Slayer Vampire. You want blood? You got it! This issue concludes the "False Memories" story arc scripted by Tom Fassbender and Jim Pascoe, with art by Cliff Richards and Joe Pimentel. This October, things just get creepier in this super-spooky Halloween fang-fest. Buffy and the Scooby gang face off against the cadre of crazed, bloodsucking Buddhist monks who hold Dawn captive. The monks know the truth about Buffy's "little sister." When the truth is revealed, can Buffy handle it? This issue brings you the big showdown between Buffy and the invulnerable Vampire Slayer Vampire. You want blood? You got it! This issue concludes the "False Memories" story arc scripted by Tom Fassbender and Jim Pascoe, with art by Cliff Richards and Joe Pimentel.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #39

OverviewDon't you hate it when you go to a funeral and unwittingly open an ancient portal to a prison dimension and summon forth a rampaging horde of blood-starved vampires? In this issue, that's exactly what happens to Buffy! These extra dimensional nasties have got only one thing in mind -- dinner. And Sunnydale is on the menu -- literally. It's just one of those days. Written by Tom Fassbender and Jim Pascoe, with art by Cliff Richards and Joe Pimentel. OverviewDon't you hate it when you go to a funeral and unwittingly open an ancient portal to a prison dimension and summon forth a rampaging horde of blood-starved vampires? In this issue, that's exactly what happens to Buffy! These extra dimensional nasties have got only one thing in mind -- dinner. And Sunnydale is on the menu -- literally. It's just one of those days. Written by Tom Fassbender and Jim Pascoe, with art by Cliff Richards and Joe Pimentel.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #36

As they try to deduce her whereabouts, Buffy turns Sunnydale (and a whole lot of vampires) upside-down in her search. Spike suspects that Dawn's disappearance has something to do with a former Slayer turned vampire, the deadly Yuki Makumura. It looks like this Vampire Slayer must go up against a Slayer Vampire. Could things get any worse? Don't ask! As they try to deduce her whereabouts, Buffy turns Sunnydale (and a whole lot of vampires) upside-down in her search. Spike suspects that Dawn's disappearance has something to do with a former Slayer turned vampire, the deadly Yuki Makumura. It looks like this Vampire Slayer must go up against a Slayer Vampire. Could things get any worse? Don't ask!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #37

While Buffy looks for clues to find her sister, Harmony hatches another lame plan to cause trouble and ends up distracting everyone from the search. Meanwhile, insane vampire monks, who all know the terrible truth concerning Dawn's past, hold her captive. If that isn't enough, there's a former Slayer turned vampire in town, and Buffy's at the top of her hit-list. While Buffy looks for clues to find her sister, Harmony hatches another lame plan to cause trouble and ends up distracting everyone from the search. Meanwhile, insane vampire monks, who all know the terrible truth concerning Dawn's past, hold her captive. If that isn't enough, there's a former Slayer turned vampire in town, and Buffy's at the top of her hit-list.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #29

In part two of the Buffy/Angel crossover, "Past Lives," Cordelia and Wesley are both in the hospital and Angel is on the run. And the mysterious demon hunter continues her vendetta against him. Meanwhile, monsters are fleeing the carnage in L.A. and seeking refuge in Sunnydale, where they're being dealt with by the Slayer. Buffy, Giles, and the gang learn about the havoc, and Buffy determines that she must go to Angel's side to lend a hand; a decision that does not sit at all well with Buffy's vampire-hunting boyfriend, Riley. In part two of the Buffy/Angel crossover, "Past Lives," Cordelia and Wesley are both in the hospital and Angel is on the run. And the mysterious demon hunter continues her vendetta against him. Meanwhile, monsters are fleeing the carnage in L.A. and seeking refuge in Sunnydale, where they're being dealt with by the Slayer. Buffy, Giles, and the gang learn about the havoc, and Buffy determines that she must go to Angel's side to lend a hand; a decision that does not sit at all well with Buffy's vampire-hunting boyfriend, Riley.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #28

OverviewBuffy's used to dealing with a lot of weirdness in her role as the Slayer, but what's she to make of a backpack full of maggots? How about a herd of rats that overrun the cafeteria just as she's sitting down to eat? If Buffy didn't know any better, she'd think someone was out to get her. But who could possibly be upset with a vampire slayer? OverviewBuffy's used to dealing with a lot of weirdness in her role as the Slayer, but what's she to make of a backpack full of maggots? How about a herd of rats that overrun the cafeteria just as she's sitting down to eat? If Buffy didn't know any better, she'd think someone was out to get her. But who could possibly be upset with a vampire slayer?

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #27

OverviewIn "The Heart of the Slayer," Buffy discovers why she is being stalked by a nightmare creature from fourteenth-century France and why that era's Slayer is determined to stop it. Unfortunately for the two Slayers, stopping the monster may mean the ultimate sacrifice for one of them! The dynamic creative team of Chris Boal, Cliff Richards, and Joe Pimentel conclude the creepiest Buffy story yet. Do not miss this one! OverviewIn "The Heart of the Slayer," Buffy discovers why she is being stalked by a nightmare creature from fourteenth-century France and why that era's Slayer is determined to stop it. Unfortunately for the two Slayers, stopping the monster may mean the ultimate sacrifice for one of them! The dynamic creative team of Chris Boal, Cliff Richards, and Joe Pimentel conclude the creepiest Buffy story yet. Do not miss this one!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #19

For months now, Buffy and the gang have been dealing with superpowered vampires and slayer dopplegangers. Selke's finally coming out of hiding, but Buffy's not quite up to speed to deal with her. A massive conclusion to the nine-part "Bad Blood" story! For months now, Buffy and the gang have been dealing with superpowered vampires and slayer dopplegangers. Selke's finally coming out of hiding, but Buffy's not quite up to speed to deal with her. A massive conclusion to the nine-part "Bad Blood" story!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #11

Summer sizzles as Buffy and her pals continue their quest to stem the tide of evil that is rampant on Earth! In this action-packed issue, Selke and the Doctor continue their scheming and hit upon the solution to Selke's "cosmetic" complaints. Meanwhile, a jilted student at Sunnydale High learns a valuable lesson in gender relations. All the monsters and mayhem of the hit television show, captured in a monthly comic. This July, when things are heating up outside, kick back with the coolest comic around! Summer sizzles as Buffy and her pals continue their quest to stem the tide of evil that is rampant on Earth! In this action-packed issue, Selke and the Doctor continue their scheming and hit upon the solution to Selke's "cosmetic" complaints. Meanwhile, a jilted student at Sunnydale High learns a valuable lesson in gender relations. All the monsters and mayhem of the hit television show, captured in a monthly comic. This July, when things are heating up outside, kick back with the coolest comic around!

Aquaman #47

Aquaman and Mera race to Atlantis, but along the way find Aqualad locked in combat with Bugala. Meanwhile, Narkran's tyranny continues to escalate as Aquagirl attempts to control the rising anger of the rebels! NOTE: This issue has been reprinted in black and white.Come The RevolutionAs Aquaman and Mera race to Atlantis, Narkran's tyranny continues to escalate. Disgruntled Atlantean youth move towards revolution. Aquagirl attempts to persuade the revolutionary leader to have patience, but her pleas fall on deaf ears. In short order, the revolutionaries attack an Atlantean armory. En route back to the great domed city, Aquaman and Mera come across Imp, Aqualad's seahorse. Imp is wandering near the vicinity of an old underwater colony, once visited by Aquaman. The Monarchs of Atlantis decide to look for Aqualad there. In Atlantis, the insurrection gains momentum. Identified as a possible rebel collaborator, Aquagirl is arrested by the Atlantean more... Aquaman and Mera race to Atlantis, but along the way find Aqualad locked in combat with Bugala. Meanwhile, Narkran's tyranny continues to escalate as Aquagirl attempts to control the rising anger of the rebels! NOTE: This issue has been reprinted in black and white.Come The RevolutionAs Aquaman and Mera race to Atlantis, Narkran's tyranny continues to escalate. Disgruntled Atlantean youth move towards revolution. Aquagirl attempts to persuade the revolutionary leader to have patience, but her pleas fall on deaf ears. In short order, the revolutionaries attack an Atlantean armory. En route back to the great domed city, Aquaman and Mera come across Imp, Aqualad's seahorse. Imp is wandering near the vicinity of an old underwater colony, once visited by Aquaman. The Monarchs of Atlantis decide to look for Aqualad there. In Atlantis, the insurrection gains momentum. Identified as a possible rebel collaborator, Aquagirl is arrested by the Atlantean authorities. Brought before Narkran, Aquagirl finds herself being forced, at sword point, out onto the palace balcony. Narkran orders the revolutionaries to lay down their arms or Aquagirl dies.Having developed an emotional attachment to Aquagirl, in the weeks leading up to the revolution, the rebel leader, Mupo, prepares to surrender. Mupo's decision is challenged by one of the rebels, and the two men begin fighting. Aquaman and Mera approach the decaying village of Eldfur. Aquaman is surprised to find the colony in ruins. He remembers the valley being lush with vegetation, the town teeming with life. Seeing no signs of the populace, Aquaman wonders if the colonists have abandoned Eldfur. Hearing voices just over the next rise, Aquaman and Mera investigate, only to find Aqualad in pitched combat with the monstrous Bugala. The men of Eldfur stand passively by, watching, as the Bugala snatches Aqualad in it's great claw. The youth has lost the fight and is about to die. In Atlantis, Mupo is put down by his brother-in-arms. The rebels storm the castle. Outraged by the siege, Narkran's grip on Aquagirl slips, and the teen heroine attempts to flee. Narkran reacts quicker than Aquagirl anticipated, and runs her through with his sword, sending the girl plummeting from the balcony parapet. Mupo recovers in time to see Aquagirl fall to the sea floor. Horrified at the severity of her wound, Mupo turns Aquagirl over to the learned Vulko, for care taking. With his blood boiling, Mupo storms the palace, and violently confronts Narkran. The Atlantean despot shrinks back in terror, as the rebel leader begins, mercilessly, beating him. It seems the revolution may soon be over.The Adventures of AquaboyThis story was originally published in Adventure Comics #268On patrol in the South Pacific, Aquaman rescues a blind old man, whose outrigger has capsized in the storm. The old man, however, fights against Aquaman's rescue efforts, professing his desire to die. Finding safe harbor on a coral shelf, Aquaman questions the old man's intentions. An accident robbed the man of his sight. He spent twelve years gathering pearls, with which to pay for a procedure to restore his vision. Alas, he accidentally dropped the chest of pearls into a deep ocean abyss. With no means to retrieve them, the old man has elected to die. Aquaman offers to retrieve the pearls, but the man suspects the Sea King of villainy, and refuses to give up the location. When Aquaman explains who he is, and what he can do, the man scoffs at the absurdity of the notion. No man can do the things Aquaman claims he can do. There's no such thing as an "Aquaman". It is then that Aquaman suddenly remembers that he had encountered this man once before, long ago, when he patrolled the seas as Aquaboy. The old man was the captain of a freighter, that had collided with another ship, in the fog. The freighter's hull was compromised. Aquaboy summoned two whales to lift the damaged section of the freighter out of the sea, to keep the ship from sinking. Despite the amazing rescue, the man refused to believe that Aquaboy had done the things he claimed. It was his belief that the freighter's cargo had merely shifted to the stern, lifting the bow out of the water. All these years later, the old man doubts the encounter even happened. The old man holds fast to the notion that Aquaman is merely a thief out to steal his pearls.Wrestling with the conundrum of how to prove his identity and good intentions to the old man, Aquaman recalls times in the past when he had a similarly hard time establishing his existence. In his youth, as Aquaboy, he used his body to plug a hole in a dike, long enough for the fishermen in the town to repair it. The superstitious townsfolk, though, were terrified at Aquaboy's presence, believing him to be the ghost of the little Dutch boy, who once saved the town in a similar fashion. In another adventure, Aquaboy helped a crew of oceanographic archeologists locate a sunken Roman galley, lost on the sea floor, by posing as it's figurehead. The scientists, however, mistook Aquaboy for the actual figurehead, which they unearthed soon after discovering the shipwreck. A sudden seaquake destroys the coral reef Aquaman, and the old man, had come to rest upon. Aquaman summons a whale, instructing it to hold the old man in it's mouth, to keep him from drowning, while they journey to the shore. Though blind, the old man can feel the whale's teeth and realizes that Aquaman truly does command the creatures of the sea. He gives up the location of the chest of pearls, which Aquaman then retrieves for the old freighter captain.

Witchblade #13

Sara and Jake question members of the Japanese mob, but they are aware of Sara and waiting for her to deliver the Witchblade to them. Sara and Jake question members of the Japanese mob, but they are aware of Sara and waiting for her to deliver the Witchblade to them.

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