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In eighteenth-century Venisalle, faith governs life and death, and the guilty hide their shame behind masks, showing their faces only in the secret rites of the confessional. It is to this stronghold of the Inquisition that the souls of Hell have escaped to possess the living, spreading sin, murder, and chaos. Amid the carnage, one man is blessed with the clarity to recognize the demons that prey on his countrymen -- and the means to return them to the fires of Hell. But as the stakes rise, the lines separating good and evil begin to blur, and the Marquis -- the dark avenger whom even demons fear to cross -- finds himself torn between the blind faith that has defined his life and the bitter truths exposed under his new sight.
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This collection of 2003's B.P.R.D. one-shots kicks off with an imprisoned goddess in a story by the Bastard Samurai creative team of Miles Gunter and Michael Avon Oeming, joined by series creator Mike Mignola. Artist Guy Davis teams with Brian Augustyn (Gotham by Gaslight). The Flash creative team of Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins create their first Dark Horse work, and Joe Harris, screenwriter of Darkness Falls, and his X-Men collaborator Adam Pollina reunite for Abe Sapien's weirdest adventure yet. Also includes a brand-new short story by Mignola and Cameron Stewart.
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In 2001, Hellboy quit the BPRD, leaving Abe Sapien, Liz Sherman, and a bizarre roster of special agents to defend the world from the growing menace of the frog army. While Abe dives deeper into his origins, Liz and the BPRD fight against two of their greatest villains yet with their newest recruit, Daimio! Collects B.P.R.D.: The Dead, B.P.R.D.: The Black Flame, and B.P.R.D.: War on Frogs.
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The plague of frogs has ended, but earth will never be the same, and the fractured B.P.R.D. struggles to battle dangerous monsters and humans alike, from a trailer-park cult to a Russian town ravaged by a zombie-like virus. Guy Davis's final B.P.R.D. story sets the stage for Tyler Crook's (Harrow County) backwoods-horror debut, as Liz Sherman hides from a world that she helped push toward armageddon, and Abe Sapien is shot down by a girl who's seen the world to come. This is the first hardcover edition of the B.P.R.D Hell on Earth series, and collects the first three trade paperback volumes of the B.P.R.D Hell on Earth series (New World, Gods and Monsters, and Russia) plus an expanded sketch book section. Perfect for collectors, and new readers!
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Told here within this publication are the Jack London short stories of 'Chinago', 'The Death of Lingoun', and 'Told in the Drooling Ward'. Each Jack London short story is illustrated by well-known comic veterans Guy Davis (B.P.R.D./Hellboy), Vince Locke (Sandman/Deadworld), and Charles Yates.
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The immortal Saint Germaine helps out a tormented soul who is a prisoner doomed to live his entire life in captivity. The imprisonment is not for a crime committed but because of who he is and the threat that he represents to the French Crown. Germaine provides a brief glimmer of life for the prisoner before death comes to claim him forever. Uncovering the secret of so many legends and stories. Saint Germaine is a being who claims immortality yet has died a thousand deaths. He has traversed the paths of mankind for untold years. He is the purveyor of light in a world slowly being consumed by shadows. He is Saint Germaine and death to him is nothing more than a state of consciousness. From award winning writer Gary Reed this story is illustrated by Guy Davis (B.R.P.D.) with early work from Andy Bennett.
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Living with the Alien has become a fact of life--and death--as mankind expands throughout the galaxy. And no matter how each encounter with the deadly xenomorphs inevitably leads to disaster, man's hubris and greed just as inevitably fuel the desire to try to unlock the secrets of the demonic beasts' biology or bring the creatures under control as tools to build an even more monstrous future. Dark Horse Comics' critically acclaimed Aliens series set the bar for how the universe of a popular film could be expanded through graphic fiction. Aliens Omnibus Volume 5 collects more of these comics classics, featuring over 350 story pages in full color by some of the finest creators in graphic fiction. * Collects Aliens: Alchemy #1-3, Aliens: Kidnapped TPB, Aliens: Cargo one-shot, Aliens: Survival #1-3, "Aliens: Alien" (DHC #17-19), Aliens: Earth Angel one-shot, "Aliens: Incubation" (DHP #101-102), Aliens: Havoc #1-2, Aliens: Lovesick one-shot, "Aliens: Lucky" (Decade of Dark Horse TPB)
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The lead-up to Hell on Earth! Following the Bureau's catastrophic encounter with the monster-god Katha-Hem, Kate heads to France with hopes of bringing Roger back to life, and Captain Daimio reveals the truth about his death in the jungles of Bolivia. Abe meets a secret society of Victorian cyborgs with ties to his origins as the frog apocalypse heats up, and Liz's visions of the end of the world grow increasingly dire! Collects B.P.R.D.: The Universal Machine, B.P.R.D.: Garden of Souls,and B.P.R.D.: Killing Ground.
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It all begins here. The epic fantasy series for those that enjoy Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Dungeons and Dragons, and Game of Thrones. Here is the introductory issue and sets the stage for the magic and Middle Earth adventures that will be unveiled. Four normal modern day teenagers are plunged into a world they thought only existed in novels and film. They are whisked away to a magical land where dragons roam the skies, orcs and hobgoblins terrorize weary travelers, dark magic consumes kingdoms, and where unicorns prance through the forest. It is a world where man is just one race, joining other races such as elves, trolls, dwarves, changelings, and the dreaded creatures who steal the night. This is not a typical "dungeons and dragons" world, for this world follows the adventures of these wayward teens into the unknown as we watch the world unfold in front of their (and our) eyes. Luckily for some of them, they are saved and then joined by an escaped slave, the female elven named Silverfawn. It was a world of magic, of enchantment, of adventure and of death.
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Five classic Jack London tales presented in a comic book format. Here are the stories of 'A Piece of Steak', 'Chinago', 'The Death of Ligoun', 'Tales of the Drooling Ward', and 'Koolau the Leper'. From comic book artist veterans Guy Davis, Vince Locke, Ron McCain, and Charles Yates.
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The compelling saga of a man, Saint Germaine, who lives forever and who sweeps through the ages of historical and mythological events. Germaine pulls the memories of those about to die and binds them into his own. He is a man who can claim immortality yet has died a thousand deaths. In this graphic novel, creator Gary Reed is joined by noteworthy artists in providing four stand alone stories that explore this legendary figure. In 'The Man in the Iron Mask', Reed is joined by artists Guy Davis and Andy Bennett as Germaine ventures into the dungeons to confront the un-named prisoner who was forced to conceal his identity for life unless his secret is revealed. Bennett joins up with Sandman artist Vincent Locke in an exploration of evil though history and Reed gives his spin on the mysterious and avenging figure known as Kilroy in 'The Kilroy Mandate'. Giovanni Casanova, the world's greatest lover was so much more than just his amorous affairs. Reed teams up with James E. Lyle as Germaine and Casanova reflect back on their life together in 'Casanova's Lament'. Lastly, artists Tom Biondolillio and Larry Shuput team up as Germaine looks up an old friend and finds that she has turned her back on eternity and instead is mired in the communion of the ancient Sioux ritual, 'The Ghost Dance'. "This is more than a winner, Saint Germaine is a stunning example of the power of the medium. It should be exalted." - John L. Kruze. "Saint Germaine from Gary Reed has to be one of most powerful things I've ever read. Outstanding, simply outstanding. They don't get any better than this." - Alicia Simmons, Fiction World.
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Fear the Dead #1 Norm Breyfogle, Guy Davis, Nat Jones, Nick Stakal, Josh Medors, Kody Chamberlain, Chris Moreno and dozens more of the best and brightest in horror art today all lay out their best zombie pin ups, and Michael Alan Nelson sews it together into one big tapestry. A complete guidebook to the wondrous world of the undead, seen through the eyes of a survivor of the zombie apocalypse.
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Born into a legacy she wanted no part of and pushed into a 130 year old battle recessed deep in the shadows of the night, Samantha Helsing is torn between two worlds, two allegiances, two families. The legacy of the Van Helsing family and their endless crusade against the night creatures comes to modern day with the most unlikely of all warriors. Mysteries unfold as a woman with no memory of her past life finds herself in a vendetta she doesn't understand and realizes she isn’t sure which side she should be on in this tale that puts a new level on the Dracula-Van Helsing relationship and the secrets that go much deeper that Bram Stoker let on. Written by Gary Reed, known for his insightful intelligence on such titles as Baker Street, Saint Germaine, and Renfield. Art by John (X-Men) Lowe, Guy Davis, Craig Brasfield, and others.
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As Samantha Helsing collects her "trophies" from those she slays, she attempts to locate the mysterious underground society of the Tophet to exact not only revenge but also to bring to an end, the night creatures. But with her own blood laced with the tainted immortal line, is she bringing doom to herself as well? Guy Davis (B.P.R.D., Hellboy) illustrates the back-up story which covers one of Samantha Helsing's predecessors pursuit of wiping the ancient evil that has plagued the world as John Van Helsing travels to the outer fringes of Siberia to confront the mad-monk, Rasputin.
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A story that began in the first issue of Hellboy concludes with the B.P.R.D. team set to permanently wipe out the subterranean colony of frog monsters. The team tracks down Memnan Saa's hideout, but soon find themselves in over their heads when old enemies like the Black Flame arrive to lay waste to the world. This is the fourth (of four) softcover collections of the Plague of Frogs storyline each one collecting three of the original B.P.R.D. trades.
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A newpaper reporter is given a "tour" of the historical aspects within Saint Germaine's life as he witnesses deaths and images of many people such as Bosch, Descartes, and Kafka. Scenes depicted within this tale include the fall of Khartoum, Napoleon’s invasion of Moscow, the Salem witches, and the Templar Knights. Although brief scenes, this issue gives an overview of the many different areas that Saint Germaine has come across. Saint Germaine is a being who claims immortality yet has died a thousand deaths. He has traversed the paths of mankind for untold years. He is the purveyor of light in a world slowly being consumed by shadows. He is Saint Germaine and death to him is nothing more than a state of consciousness.
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Led by his mysterious guide, the traveler journeys deeper as he crosses the River Styx, descending into the bowels of Hell itself. He discovers the plights of the Hoarders and Wasters, the Heretics, and the Wrathful and Sullen and finds himself at the Dis, the city of Hell.
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Two-Fisted Science, a Xeric Award-winning and Eisner nominated original trade paperback, features true stories from the history of science. Some are serious, some are humorous, and most are a bit of both. Scientists highlighted include physicists Richard Feynman, Galileo, Niels Bohr, and Werner Heisenberg, but you'll find a cosmologist and some mathematicians inside as well.
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