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James O'Barr returns to The Crow! In this special three-part tale, O'Barr and artist Jim Terry craft a harrowing tale set at a death camp in 1940s Germany, where a simple game of chess turns deadly, leading to the creation of a new Crow, giving new meaning to the term Gotterdammerung ("Death of the Gods")!
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In this all-new tale James O'Barr and artist Jim Terry craft a harrowing story set in a concentration camp in 1945 Europe. The night train is being unloaded. And one of the passengers is making a return visit...
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With the camp in chaos and bloodshed, the Crow moves in for the final stage of his deadly chess game with the Commandant. Layers of tragedy are peeled away as the mystery of his death and the catalyst of his vengeance are revealed-it is the Endgame, and the Crow will not rest until his mad thirst for retribution is sated...
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Part 2: "Aggressions Ascend." The long night gives way to fire and blood as the Crow sets his chess board for a final game against The Commandant.
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Retired Detroit cop Joe Salk was a good cop, but after a little girl's murder, his wife left him because of his obsession to find her killers. Now completely alone, his need for revenge might just be helped by the young victim, returned and empowered by the spirit of vengeance, the Crow...
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When an island is 'completely not hit by a tsunami', a new investigation begins for the daring aquanauts, the Nekton family.
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The mysterious island of Tartaruga is sinking and no-one knows why! It's up to the Nekton family to investigate, but with Ant and Fontaine trapped in a quickly flooding cave can Jeffrey save them and help uncover the secrets of the island?
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The thing about monster hunting that no one ever contemplates is; what happens if you actually find a monster? Down there in the darkness, deeper than any human was ever supposed to go, the Nektons have found the unexpected... and it has found them. The Deep: here Be Dragons, winner of the Aurealis Award 'For Best Graphic Novel', concludes here. "The Deep: Here be Dragons is without a doubt, unequivocally, hands down the most enthralling and enjoyable comic that I have read in a very, VERY long time." - Geek Of Oz
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The mysterious island of Tartaruga begins to reveal its secrets as a new investigation begins for the Nekton Family. Danger, secrets, peril, shocking revelations, and Ant doing something really stupid...
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My family are explorers. We have been for generations. Some argue that there is nowhere left to explore, that everything on Earth that can be discovered has already been found. They say that to truly explore we need to leave our planet. While others look up to the starts, my family know that there are also an infinite number of things that shine brightly in the darkness blow. Most of our world lies unexplored, unexplained. There are things lurking in the seas that have only ever been spoken of in myth. We explore... THE DEEP.
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