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Small time thugs, Alex and Vincent, accidentally hijack a shipment of guns. Despite Alex's misgivings, Vince attempts to sell the guns, leading them in to a deadly battle involving the local mafia and a crazy, right-wing vigilante.
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Collecting the first three issues of the hit indie supervillain series, Breakneck: Knives Out introduces D-list supervillain Ethan Shade, as he becomes the target for every superhero on the planet. Making mistake after mistake, and increasing his bodycount as he goes, can Shade find redemption? Or will he get thrown under the bus? The perfect jumping-on point for readers to see what all the buzz is about.
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Broken is the story of Quinn Baker, orphaned by violence at a young age. After his parents are murdered in a seedy back alley, Quinn is taken in by a career criminal and mob enforcer named Big Mike, who teaches him the survival skills necessary to live in the criminal underworld. As he gets older, growing up in the shadow of Big Mike and his criminal lifestyle, Quinn begins to put together a plan of his own. What Big Mike doesn’t know can most definitely hurt him.
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Fifteen year-old Lily shape-shifts into a boy to get the girl. Chaos ensues from pretending to be someone she’s not.While coming to terms with who she really is and what she’s done, Lily learns that life as a boy is just as difficult.
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Fifteen year-old Lily shape-shifts into a boy to get the girl. Chaos ensues from pretending to be someone she’s not.While coming to terms with who she really is and what she’s done, Lily learns that life as a boy is just as difficult.
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When the skull of horror icon H.P. Lovecraft is stolen from his grave, a group of junkie misfits set out on a quest to retrieve it. Standing in their way are their enormous drug habits, belligerent punk rockers, Brazilian vampires, and the unspeakable horrors of Lovecraft's fiction seeping into reality... “Golgotha is Scooby Doo on liquid acid. The characters are fresh & funky & worthy of their own hysterically sick TV series. Sex, drugs & the Call of Cthulhu, baby!” - Dan Fogler, award winning actor & creator of Moon Lake
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A small family on the run from a group of bandits crashes their stagecoach and is forced to retreat into the woods at night. On their trek they find a small camp and an old man who invites them to sit, rest, and listen to his story. The old man, functioning as the narrator of the story, describes the emergence of a mysterious wanderer arriving on the outskirts of a small borderland town. Not long after entering town he encounters a roguish pickpocket named Mcgraw. The pickpocket lifts a purse of coins of the wanderer only to be confronted by him a few moments later, at which point a duel seems eminent.
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Igor and his partner Mr. Frank investigate the home of Mr. Ward, who believes his house may be haunted. Upon investigation they discover a secret laboratory and a mysterious hole in the floor. They soon find out that the previous owner has unleashed an Elder God -- a tentacled Lovecraftian horror. Mr. Frank uses the electricity inside his body to distract the creature while Igor, using a copy of De Vermis Mysteriis, casts a spell to send the monstrosity back beyond space and time.
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“The Ballad of Bag Head” What would you do if the girl you loved only had eyes for monsters? Pearl is one such girl, smitten with masked psychopaths and horrible beasts. Little does she suspect that Bob, her awkward and timid best friend, has a crush on her. With Bob in tow, Pearl searches out her latest would-be boy-toy, the recently reanimated vengeance zombie, “Bag Head”! Can Bob keep Pearl alive through the courtship? Can Bob even keep BOB alive? 40 pages, FC
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On Mars nothing’s impossible. Which is great if you’re an artist or a dreamer. But Farmer Murdock is one of the planet’s most hardboiled detectives, and as such he’s spent his entire career cleaning up messes that Earth never could’ve imagined. Lucky for Murdock, he’s only got one more mission before he’s free to spend the rest of his days sitting on the beach, digging his toes into red sand, and drinking himself into a stupor. The catch? Murdock’s been tasked with assassinating two of the planet’s most beloved statesmen. Oh, and he has to do it in the planet’s most popular nightclub. Written by Allen Drinkwater and illustrated by Manny Hernaez, OMNI: A God-Awful, Small Affair is twenty-six pages of neon grime, rock’n’roll science fiction, and miraculous violence.
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