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From the dark mist of Raven Cove, the mysterious figure of the Scarecrow owns the night, terrorizing the British soldiers who reign with a tight fist on a small seaport village in the colonies. Set in the dramatic days before the American Revolution, a masked avenger seeks to maintain justice in the small town of Seaton. As the British seek to clamp down on the smugglers, only the Scarecrow and his "Freedom Riders" can stand against the tyranny of the newly appointed commandant of the town...one who threatens to destroy the entire town in order to catch the Scarecrow.
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The entire Arthur: King of Britain saga collected. From Michael Fraley comes the history of the famous character known as King Arthur. This fully illustrated comic is based of the original adventure of Arthur as written by Geoffrey of Monmouth in the 12th century. Geoffrey’s work is considered one of the most important books of the medieval period and served as the skeletal framework of which all later Arthurian tales have been based. This was the work created before later authors and Hollywood added their own embellishments.
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First exciting issue! From Michael Fraley comes the history of the famous character known as King Arthur. This fully illustrated comic is based of the original adventure of Arthur as written by Geoffrey of Monmouth in the 12th century. Geoffrey’s work is considered one of the most important books of the medieval period and served as the skeletal framework of which all later Arthurian tales have been based. This was the work created before later authors and Hollywood added their own embellishments.
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Second issue in the adaptation from Michael Fraley of the original King Arthur story as written in the 13th Century.
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With his struggles against the Saxons, the Scots, and the Picts nearly finished, Arthur grows restless and he bids his new wife farewell to sail off to conquer new lands. He sets his sights on Gaul and eventually to all of Europe.
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Arthur sails from Europe and realizes he is in for the fight of his life as he has dared to challenge the might of the Roman Empire itself. However, first he is diverted by tales of giants and Arthur decides to search for them.
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In this double sized issue finale, Arthur ascends to one final battle, a battle to the death with the evil Modred and can even his study sword, Caliburn, save the great King from the greatest threat to his throne?
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October 30th, 2151. Devil’s Night. Traditionally a celebration of havoc, the night before Halloween has long been dedicated to spray paint and fire, to destruction for its own sake. The impulse behind this frenzied holiday is alive and well in the 22nd century. But mischief in the Age of Nanotechnology is complicated. For young vandals Bardo, Shiyu, and Dwyer, visionary tactics may not be enough. To keep the spirit of their egg-throwing forebears alight, perilous alchemy is required. Unleashing such power will bring enemies, and open an abyss that could swallow its makers whole...
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First issue! "Witching Time!" October 30th, 2151. Devil’s Night. Traditionally a celebration of havoc, the night before Halloween has long been dedicated to spray paint and fire, to the destruction of property for its own sake. And the impulse behind this frenzied "holiday" is alive and well in the 22nd century. But mischief in the futuristic Age of Nanotechnology is complicated. For young vandals Bardo, Shiyu, and Dwyer, visionary tactics may not be enough. To keep the spirit of their egg-throwing forebears alight, perilous alchemy is required. And unleashing such power will bring enemies, and open an abyss that could swallow its makers whole.
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Part Two! "Brief Candle" October 30th, 2151. Devil’s Night. Traditionally a celebration of havoc, the night before Halloween has long been dedicated to spray paint and fire, to the destruction of property for its own sake. And the impulse behind this frenzied "holiday" is alive and well in the 22nd century. But mischief in the futuristic Age of Nanotechnology is complicated. For young vandals Bardo, Shiyu, and Dwyer, visionary tactics may not be enough as they continue their Devil's Night adventure.
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Part Three! "When Churchyards Yawn" October 30th, 2151. Devil’s Night. Traditionally a celebration of havoc, the night before Halloween has long been dedicated to spray paint and fire, to the destruction of property for its own sake. And the impulse behind this frenzied "holiday" is alive and well in the 22nd century. But mischief in the futuristic Age of Nanotechnology is complicated. For young vandals Bardo, Shiyu, and Dwyer, visionary tactics may not be enough. To keep the spirit of their egg-throwing forebears alight, perilous alchemy is required. And unleashing such power will bring enemies, and open an abyss that could swallow its makers whole.
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Exciting conclusion! October 30th, 2151. Devil’s Night. Traditionally a celebration of havoc, the night before Halloween has long been dedicated to spray paint and fire, to the destruction of property for its own sake. And the impulse behind this frenzied "holiday" is alive and well in the 22nd century. But mischief in the futuristic Age of Nanotechnology is complicated. For young vandals Bardo, Shiyu, and Dwyer, visionary tactics may not be enough. To keep the spirit of their egg-throwing forebears alight, perilous alchemy is required. And unleashing such power will bring enemies, and open an abyss that could swallow its makers whole.
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London 1942. The true horror wasn’t from the air or in the streets...it was underground. As German bombs pummel the city of London, the leaves of autumn begin to fall and so do the victims. A young boy's fascination with a local serial killer will plunge himself into a life-long obsession. The story of Autumn is a number of things: a coming of age story, a tale of revenge, a study in obsession, and a post war Gothic horror story. Set in and under London, the main characters are not the victims, the hero, or even the serial killer, but the dark underground labyrinth. After nine years of autumnal atrocities, James Turrell descends into the stygian abyss of the Underground, believing himself fully prepared and ready to confront the object of his obsession. But he isn’t…
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London 1942. The true horror wasn’t in the streets...it was underground. As German bombs pummel the city of London, the leaves of autumn begin to fall and so do the victims. A young boy's fascination with a local serial killer will plunge him into a life-long obsession.
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Autumn is a number of things: a coming of age story, a tale of revenge, a study in obsession, and a post war Gothic horror story. Set in and under London, the main characters are not the victims, the hero, or even the serial killer, but the dark underground labyrinth.
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After nine years of autumnal atrocities, James Turrell descends into the stygian abyss of the Underground, believing himself fully prepared and ready to confront the object of his obsession. But he isn’t.
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An action/adventure tale of the French Legionnaire soldier, Battron, "a man without a country", who is involved with the liberation of a freebooting French ship, the Martel, from a heavily guarded Vichy French port during World War II. The Allies want the ship destroyed; the Germans have sent serious resources and firepower to save it and keep it afloat. But a critical security leak in British intelligence could jeopardize not only the mission but Battron’s life. The key is the beautiful former mistress of the Martel’s captain, enlisted in the hope she can convince him to join the Free French movement with his ship. But has she told the Allies all she knows? And can Battron and his skillful commandos complete their dangerous mission in time under the luming shadow of the pending Allied invasion of North Africa? As things swirl around between the Free French, the Germans, and the German occupied French Vichy, a new player enters the fray...the Americans. Battron is caught between all of them in an attempt to secure the ship they all are desperate to obtain.
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An action/adventure tale of the French Legionnaire soldier, Battron, "a man without a country", who is involved with the liberation of a freebooting French ship, the Martel, from a heavily guarded Vichy French port during World War II. The Allies want the ship destroyed; the Germans have sent serious resources and firepower to save it and keep it afloat. But a critical security leak in British intelligence could jeopardize not only the mission but Battron’s life. The key is the beautiful former mistress of the Martel’s captain, enlisted in the hope she can convince him to join the Free French movement with his ship.
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Stranded in the North African desert, Battron and his skilled commandos must try to complete their mission before the luming shadow of the Allied invasion of North Africa. And in order to complete it they will will have to pull off a daring bank robbery in broad daylight. But is the Martel's ship captain's mistress telling them all she knows and whose side she is really on? The World War II action/adventure tale of the French Legionnaire soldier, Battron, continues.
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The exciting conclusion to this Battron World War II action/adventure. With most of his men captured by the Germans, Battron puts in motion the final pieces of plan in an all or nothing attempt to secure the French ship Martel and bring it into Allied hands. As things swirl around between the Free French, the Germans, and the German occupied French Vichy, a new player enters the fray...the Americans. Battron is caught between all of them in an attempt to secure the ship Martel they all are desperate to obtain.
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The corpse of a recently murdered woman. The Death Cult of Kali. The reincarnation of a dark goddess of death. An unwilling host must struggle internally between an ancient evil and her own conscience. What happens when you give in to the dark nature of your own soul? Will Lonnie fulfill her prophecy as the Destructor or can her adopted daughter reach through the mesmerizing influence of the Mist and rescue her last remnants of humanity? Will she become mankind's guardian or will she follow the path of Kali and become its devourer? From comic veteran Joe Pruett and Marvel artist Mike Perkins comes a fast paced action/horror tale.
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As members of an investigative team mourn a loss of one of their own, they find that the body has disappeared. Unknown to them, Lonnie Talbert has been taken and infused with the essence of the Black Mist by an ancient group known as the Death Cult of Kali. She is no longer dead…but is she truly alive? Illustrated by Mike Perkins (Stephen King’s The Stand)
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The corpse of a recently murdered woman. The Death Cult of Kali. The reincarnation of a dark goddess of death. An unwilling host must struggle internally between the evil influence of the mist and her own conscience. What happens when you give in to the dark nature of your own soul?
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Lonnie, now fully resurrected and entwined with the ancient cult, searches for what brought her to the cult. At the same time, her friends investigate why her body was stolen and discover there was a lot they didn’t know about their friend from before.
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Part 1 of finale of this mini-series as Lonnie, the current Black Mist, finds that she has to either accept what she has become and embrace the legacy of evil or fade into oblivion.
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Part 2 of finale of this mini-series as Lonnie’s ward, Amy, finds out Lonnie has come to New Orleans, Amy desperately reaches out to her, aware of the incredible danger. But will she do anything to reunite with Lonnie?
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A veteran bounty hunter in the Old West on his way to deliver a dead bounty happens to come across a woman and her son on their way to California. The bounty decides to ride with them as they are being threatened by bandits who are hoping to take their land claim. Additional tale of an Indian scout for the US Cavalry who, while serving for the army, returns to find his village has been wiped out by renegade soldiers.
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In 1828, two Irishmen named William Burke and William Hare murdered 16 people and disposed of the bodies to Dr Robert Knox at Edinburgh University for dissection, setting in motion a scandal that would rock the world's medical establishment. Writer Martin Conaghan and artist Will Pickering deliver a ghoulishly true story of of medicine, murder and money set at the height of Edinburgh's enlightenment. In addition to the full length comic story, the book is also fully annotated.. Introduction by Judge Dredd writer Alan Grant. Bonus gallery featuring Frank Quitely and Gary Erskine. Cover by Rian Hughes. Reviews of Burke & Hare. " a ghoulish, yet fascinating account of murder, history, medicine and greed." - Forbidden Planet, "A shadowy tale of greed and violence." - The List, "Well paced, beautifully illustrated and painstakingly researched." - Down the Tubes, "Brimming with murder, intrigue, cover-ups, conspiracies, and mystery" - Sci-Fi Pulse
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Caliber Rounds is a monthly 'magazine' spotlighting Caliber's creators and titles with interviews, profiles, previews, and more. This first issue clocks in at a large 38 pages with interviews from Kevin Van Hook on doing Rocky Horror Picture Show, Ben Sherrill and his Ballad of Rory Hawkins, Mayen Briem on the genesis of Horror City, and Steve Jones takes a look at Dracula and wants to know why the Count can't gain popularity ala Sherlock Holmes. Plus a look at all the releases from Caliber's first year since it returned to publishing. There's also a sneak peak at some upcoming titles.
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"Avalon Denied" A unique tale of King Arthur and his Knights. Here, King Arthur didn't die in the last epic battle against his bastard son Modred, but instead continued to rule. However, the division amongst his men continues and he struggles to maintain control. Modred has also survived and more treachery is revealed as he will do anything to exact revenge against his father and the Kingdom of Camelot.
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"An Ominous Interluded" Having survived the battle with Mordred and his army, Arthur begins to have visions of an invading army. Bickering amongst his knights continues as Sir Launcelot continues his love affair with Queen Gwynevere. And Mordred, held prisoner by Merlin, plots his revenge and makes alliances.
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"Leaving Home" Shacked in Merlin's dungeon, Mordred befriends Sir Aggravayne and instructs him to undermine his fellow Knights against one another. Arthur, finding no help from Merlin to interpret his dream of an invading army decides to leave Camelot and seek out the hermit Nacien.
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"When the Kings Away" Arthur's visit to the hermit Nacien quells his troubling visions but Nacien does not tell him of the far greater danger facing Camelot. Launcelot and Gwynevere decide to stop their love affair after one last night together but Arthur arrives back in Camelot that morning.
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"A Man's Castle Is His Home" Arthur discovers Launcelot and Gwynevere together upon his return to Camelot, coming to physical blows with Launcelot. Percivale, distraught over the affair frees Modred from Merlin's dungeon. Instead of fleeing Modred confronts Arthur and Launcelot as they fight against one another.
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"A Father's Love" Modred creates a demon horde to attack Camelot. A resurrected Sir Galahad returns to Arthur to foreshadow an impeding doom. Merlin frees himself from Modred's imprisonment to help the outnumbered knights against Morded's army. And the evil Morgan Le Fay returns.
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"Anything Thou Can Do…" Camelot is all but destroyed with few knights left to defend it as Modred's attack as taken its toll. Arthur finds himself isolated as his friend Merlin has lost his mind in the battle with Mordred.
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"Judgement Passed In The Hands of Children" Arthur is left powerless as he decides the future fate of Camelot and Launcelot decides to flee the kingdom over the discovery of his affair with Queen Gwynevere and her suicide attempt. But Sir Gawain is in pursuit against the betrayer.
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A unique tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. Here, King Arthur did not die in the last epic battle against his bastard son Modred and his evil army but instead continued to rule Camelot. However, the divisions amongst his men continue and he struggles to maintain control of Camelot. Modred also survived the battle and more of the bastard son is revealed as well as he plans revenge against his father. Collects issues 1 -4.
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The Legend of King Arthur continues in Volume 2! The evil behind all that is threatening to destroy Camelot is revealed and when that evil is unleashed, many knights will fall. And in order to save all that he loves, King Arthur realizes that he must sacrifice others as he can’t save them all. The Camelot Eternal concludes with Arthur’s fateful decision. Collects issues 5 - 8.
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What if there really was a Garden of Eden - a place with a history before the first people we know of? A civilization cursed and banished underground for breaking their own commandment to live in balance with the Earth. When an evil coal operator discovers that the "sacred" carbon can burn forever, he will sacrifice the land and the people to extract the full deposit. When he awakens and releases a hell the surface world cannot imagine, the only thing that stands in the way of the ecological disaster, is a disgraced, ex-pro baseball pitcher and a community of courageous coal miners. "Danny Boyd’s Carbon combines three distinct genres- Lovecraftian gorefest, religious picture book and political allegory- to tell the story of our slow and conscious self-poisoning." - John Sayles, Director. "This graphic novel’s tale is a self-contained piece of world-building, loaded generously with imaginative flair and yet still grounded in reality like the wise Aesop born anew." - Richard Caldwell, Heavy Metal Magazine. "Boyd marries sci-fi monster flick ideas with Appalachian tragedy, showing us imaginative allegory and authentic profundity do not have to be mutually exclusive." - Chris Oxley, Ain't It Cool News
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The epic and incredible telling of the early days of the United States during the Second World War. Days of Darkness covers the darkest days of World War II for the US, when the country went from the tragedy of Pearl Harbor to the triumph at Midway. Covering in detail is the attack of the US Naval base and the devastation of the fleet in Hawaii, then the action moves to the evacuation and fall of the Philippines to the horror of the Death March of Bataan, and finally to the dramatic Battle of Midway which stopped the Japanese juggernaut in the Pacific. Creator Wayne Vansant, best known for his exacting detail on the long running popular series, The ‘Nam, chronicles the participation of the Cahill family during these events as their lives are irrevocably changed forever as their world is plunged into war. "Heavy on authenticity, compellingly written and beautifully drawn.”- Comics Buyers Guide. "…conveying to today’s fans what life was like, both at war and at home during this turbulent era." - Comic Shop News. "Informative and historical, all wrapped up in an entertaining package of fact blended with fiction." - Joe Pruett, writer of X-Men and Domino. Collects issues 1-6.
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First issue of the epic and incredible telling of the early days of the United States during the Second World War. Days of Darkness series covers the darkest days of World War II for the US, when the country went from the tragedy of Pearl Harbor to the triumph at Midway. Covered in detail is the attack of the US Naval base and the devastation of the fleet in Hawaii, then the action moves to the evacuation and fall of the Philippines to the horror of the Death March of Bataan, and finally to the dramatic Battle of Midway which stopped the Japanese juggernaut in the Pacific. Creator Wayne Vansant, best known for his exacting detail on Marvel's long running popular series, The ‘Nam, chronicles the participation of the Cahill family during these events as their lives are irrevocably changed forever as their world is plunged into war. "Heavy on authenticity, compellingly written and beautifully drawn.”- Comics Buyers Guide. "…conveying to today’s fans what life was like, both at war and at home during this turbulent era." - Comic Shop News. "Informative and historical, all wrapped up in an entertaining package of fact blended with fiction." - Joe Pruett, writer of X-Men and Domino.
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The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the nearby airfields in Hawaii continues as death and devastation engulfs both men and machine. News of the horrible attacks reaches the Cahill family back in the United States.
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The war shifts to the fall of the Philippines and the surrender of Bataan with tens of thousands taken prisoner. While back home in the United States the Cahill family await word and do their part for the war effort.
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American soldiers try desperately to hold out in the jungles of the Philippines but finally surrender and are brutalized on the death march to their internment camps. Allowing the Japanese to take full control of the Philippines.
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American soldiers continue to suffer through the Bataan death march and die by the thousands while the US Navy engages Japanese ships in the Coral Sea to prevent further expansion in the south Pacific.
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Conclusion to Days of Darkness series. The Battle of Midway begins and the United States sets up an ambush for the Japanese navy by gambling its remaining Pacific fleet which will ultimately become the turning point of the war against Japan.
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Wayne Vansant's critically acclaimed World War II comic series that began with Days of Darkness now depicts the gripping war in the Pacific at Guadalcanal and the Battle of Bloody Ridge in the issue collected graphic novel Days of Wrath. When the U.S. Navy orders its ships to run from the Japanese fleet, they abandon American troops on a bloody battered island in the South Pacific. This is the powerful story of the long, vicious battle for Guadalcanal. As the men left on Guadalcanal find out that there will be no prisoners taken on either side. It is a kill or be killed battleground as the stranded U.S. marines fight against overwhelming odds and hope for reinforcements before it’s too late. As the events unfold, a Marine unit is deployed onto a small grassy hill to hold off the onslaught of Japanese assault troops. The three day-three night battle that ensues will go down in history as the Battle of Bloody Ridge. Collects issues 1-4.
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Wayne Vansant's critically acclaimed World War II comic series that began with Days of Darkness now depicts the gripping war in the Pacific at Guadalcanal and the Battle of Bloody Ridge in Days of Wrath. When the U.S. Navy orders its ships to run from the Japanese fleet, they abandon American troops on a bloody battered island in the South Pacific. This is the powerful story of the long, vicious battle for Guadalcanal. As the men left on Guadalcanal find out that there will be no prisoners taken on either side. It is a kill or be killed battleground as the stranded U.S. marines fight against overwhelming odds and hope for reinforcements before it’s too late. As events unfold, a Marine unit is deployed onto a small grassy hill to hold off the onslaught of Japanese assault troops. The three day-three night battle that ensues will go down in history as the Battle of Bloody Ridge.
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The battle of Guadalcanel begins and US Marines are left to fight off waves of Japanese troops embedded on the island. Wayne Vansant's critically acclaimed World War II comic series that began with Days of Darkness now depicts the gripping war in the Pacific at Guadalcanal and the Battle of Bloody Ridge in Days of Wrath.
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