John Carter: Warlord of Mars #12
writer: Ron Marz, Ian Edgington
artist: Ariel Medel
covers: Fritz Casas (a), Abhishek Malsuni (b), Emanuela Lupacchino (c)
subscription cover: Jonathan Lau
incentive cover: Bart Sears (B/W art), Jonathan Lau (B/W art), Emanuela Lupacchino (“virgin art”)
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FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Mature
The fate of Mars hangs in the balance as John Carter and Dejah Thoris race to revive the planet’s dying atmosphere. Standing in their way are killer robots, savage Tharks and villains of all stripes. Will John and Dejah sacrifice themselves if it means saving their world?
writer: David F. Walker
artist: Bilquis Evely
cover: Denys Cowan & Bill Sienkiewicz
FC • 176 pages • $19.99 • Mature
Who’s the black private dick that’s a sex machine with all the chicks? Shaft! (You’re damn right!) Created by author Ernest Tidyman and made famous in a series of novels and films, iconic hero Shaft makes his graphic novel debut in an all-new adventure. He’s gone toe-to-toe with organized crime bosses, stood up to the cops, squared off against kidnappers, and foiled assassination attempts. But who was John Shaft before he became the hardboiled investigator with a reputation as big as New York City itself? Recently arriving home from his tour of duty in Vietnam, his first case — tracking down a missing person for his girlfriend — quickly turns into a matter of life and death, making him a target of gangsters and the police!
Collects issues 1-6 by David F. Walker and Bilquis Evely, along with an introduction by Shawn Taylor, Character sketches, a look at the making of the series, a complete cover gallery featuring art by Denys Cowan, Bill Sienkiewicz, Francesco Francavilla, Sanford Greene, and more!
Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880 TP
writer: Tony Lee
cover: Ardian Syaf
FC • 112 pages • $15.99 • Teen+
New York Times bestselling author Tony Lee reimagines the classic Battlestar Galactica concept and characters with a Victorian aesthetic and Industrial Age metalworks! When the colonial world of Caprica is destroyed by Professor Baltar’s clockwork army of city-trampling Cyclonics, Archduke Adama of the Aethership Galactica takes to the skies… choosing the survival of the human race over the rescue of his captive son, Apollo. Disobeying orders and striking out on her own, Lady Athena seeks to free her kidnapped brother with the help of the runaway pilot, Captain Starbuck, and his humanoid Daggit copilot, Muffit… if only they can withstand an assault by vengeful Sky Pirates! Will the ironclad ships and daring spacefarers of this Steampunk universe endure the mechanical menace of the Cyclonics?
John Carter: Warlord of Mars Vol. 1 TP
writer: Ron Marz
artist: Abhishek Malsubi
cover: J. Scott Campbell
FC • 160+ pages • $19.99 • Mature
John Carter, the Confederate soldier transported to distant Mars, must save his adopted world from an adversary who is every bit his equal on the Red Planet: Captain Joshua Clark, formerly of the Army of the Potomac and now the strategist for a species of star-hopping conquerors. While Carter and his staunch ally, the Thark chieftain Tars Tarkas, lead a legion of united Green Men and Red Men against the alien assailants, Dejah Thoris — the princess of Barsoom — is held captive by the bloodthirsty Clark in the fallen city of Helium. The “Invaders of Mars” storyline is cosmic-scale action and adventure, courtesy of Ron Marz, the groundbreaking writer of Green Lantern!
writer: Aaron Gillespie
artist: Javier Garcia-Miranda
cover: Nei Ruffino
FC • 152 pages • $17.99 • Teen+
Behold… Purgatori, the vampire goddess! Born a slave in ancient Alexandria, she refused the life of servitude, rising up against her masters and claiming an unnatural power as her own. In her long life, she has dined on kings and queens, and toppled countless empires across the globe… but now, she finds herself again on her knees, a slave to her
Lucifer, the lord of Hell, has stripped Purgatori of most of her power and exiled her to Earth, where her insatiable need for blood threatens to overwhelm her sanity. Her only hope for regaining her full stature is by acquiring the Chalice of Regeneration, a cup from antiquity lost to the desert sands. But Purgatori has a rival for the prize, an old enemy with an intense grudge. And even if the vampire goddess can once again attain her former glory, can she withstand the machinations of Lucifer, the weaponsmith Cremator, and Purgatori’s own blood clone?