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Dust (Life is Strange, Vol. 1)
Experience an astounding new story in the world of the BAFTA-winning, critically-acclaimed video game Life is Strange, as Max and Chloe return to Arcadia Bay to face an impossible decision - with truly epic consequences.
Scooby Apocalypse (Volume 4)
The fate of humanity rests in the hands--and paws--of a very different Mystery, Inc. as Fred, Velma, Daphne, Shaggy and the superintelligent Scooby-Doo learn more about the bizarre threats they now face every day in Scooby Apocalypse Volume 4!A visit to a small town seemingly untouched by the nanite plague that turned the world into a monster-infested wasteland puts the gang at the heart of tragedy, as new allies Cliffy and Daisy have a hard time dealing with what the gang has had to become to stay alive. And when Velma comes up with a plan to try and ensure their survival, a shopping mall becomes the zombie-ruled site of what may be Mystery, Inc.'s last stand!Writers Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis (Justice League International, Blue Beetle) and artists Dale Eaglesham (Secret Six), Ron Wagner (The 99) and Andy Owens (Nightwing) meddle with the Mystery, Inc. gang's lives like never before! Plus, Giffen and DeMatteis reinvent the adventures of Secret Squirrel, Morocco Mole and Honey Bea in stories illustrated by some of comics' greatest talents, including Phil Jimenez and Colleen Doran! Collects issues #19-24.
Zoom (The Flash Vol. 8)
THE YELLOW KINGHe’s used his incredible powers to bring peace to the Gem Cities, but Barry Allen—a.k.a. the Flash—is far from at peace himself. Years ago, his mother was murdered, and his father Henry was convicted of the crime. Believing him innocent, Barry has spent his life hoping to catch the real killer and searching for the evidence that could set his father free. Now, finally, Barry has been able to identify the murderer, a mysterious stranger called Eobard Thawne. But soon the Flash will know his nemesis by another name entirely:ZOOM.The creative team of Robert Venditti (GREEN LANTERN), Van Jensen (GREEN LANTERN CORPS) and Brett Booth (TEEN TITANS) reignite one of the most heated feuds in superhero history in THE FLASH VOL. 8: ZOOM, collecting THE FLASH #41-47 and THE FLASH ANNUAL #4.
Extinction (Snow Piercer The Prequel Part 1)
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City of Glass
A graphic novel classic with a new introduction by Art Spiegelman Quinn writes mysteries. The Washington Post has described him as a "post-existentialist private eye." An unknown voice on the telephone is now begging for his help, drawing him into a world and a mystery far stranger than any he ever created in print. Adapted by Paul Karasik and David Mazzucchelli, with graphics by David Mazzucchelli, Paul Auster's groundbreaking, Edgar Award-nominated masterwork has been astonishingly transformed into a new visual language.
Dept. H (Dept. H Omnibus Vol. 1)
Mia is a special investigator hired to uncover possible sabotage taking place at a deep-sea research station, where a bitter and paranoid crew try to keep the base functional. What she uncovers is a mind-blowing crime scene filled with suspects with terrible secrets, strange deep-sea creatures, and an impending flood!This Omnibus Edition collects Issues #1-12 of Dept. H!
Demon (Volume 3)
With his demon powers, nothing is denied Jimmy Yee. Sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll - that's just for amateurs. He’s experienced every earthly pleasure known to man, and even invented a few of his own. Confident that he and his daughter Sweetpea have outlived all of the their enemies, Jimmy spends his day reveling in his immortality. But after 250 years, immortality is getting a little dull.Jimmy's bacchanal lifestyle is about to get a shake up. The OSS is back and ready for a showdown, and this no-holds-barred battle promises to be Jimmy's most violent and raunchy one yet.From the brilliant and profane mind of Jason Shiga comes Demon: a four-volume graphic novel epic about the unspeakable chaos that one indestructible man can unleash on the world - and the astronomical body count he leaves behind.
The Prague Coup
Winter 1948, the Czech capital is under occupation by the allied powers. Debriefed by London Films, Graham Greene works on the writing of his next feature film, assisted by the enigmatic Elizabeth Montagu. A seemingly peaceful mission enters into a revolution that history will remember as the "coup de Prague".
Eight Million Ways to Die
In crime-ravaged 1980s New York, a troubled ex-cop turned unlicensed detective takes on his most dangerous case, hunting down a serial killer-hitman, and ultimately coming face-to-face with his deadliest enemy, himself, in this graphic novel adaptation of the book by Lawrence Block.Matthew Scudder is dying, one bottle at a time. A young prostitute named Kim Dakkinen is dying too, her life measured out in tricks. She wanted out, had asked for Scudder's help, but suddenly she wasn't dying anymore, she was just dead. The former cop turned P.I. promised to protect her, but he failed. Now his atonement is to find her killer. But the secrets in the dead hooker's past are dirtier than her living, and searching for a killer in a city where everyone's a victim is a good way to make the role permanent.Steeped in traditional pulp, Block's writing has a true gift for capturing the art of conversation between his characters. These are the lowlifes of society, for whom Block occasionally finds redemption, but who are more often among the vilest beings in human existence. Snyder's art both encapsulates and elevates these rough-cut gems in a graphic, grainy, and moody setting that evokes the dark, noir magazine covers of the period.This is the first graphic novel adaptation of world-renowned writer Lawrence Block's work and features an introduction from Block himself. The highly detailed, full-color artwork from John K. Snyder III perfectly complements the noir aesthetic of Block's writing, making this a must have for fans of crime fiction, both in prose and graphic novel form.
The Crimson Lotus, Lobster Johnson's greatest adversary, has her origins revealed in this heart-pounding story of intrigue and magic!The Crimson Lotus began life as a young girl whose family was caught up in the Russo-Japanese war. Thirty years later, she exacts her revenge against those who wronged her with terrifying results! Two spies in China must try to chase her down before they become just another pair of flies in her web.
Bendis, Brian Michael
The gripping tale of Eliot Ness' chase of America's first serial killer: the mysterious torso killer! This 1999 Eisner Award-winner for Comic Book Excellence is completely reformatted in this newest edition to the Jinxworld library!Cleveland. 1935. Eliot Ness, fresh from his legendary Chicago triumph over Al Capone and associates, set his sights on Cleveland. He went on a crusade that matched, and sometimes even surpassed, his past accomplishments. But dismembered body parts started washing up in a concentrated area of Lake Erie Sound. Headless torsos that left no clues to their identity or reason for death. Elliot Ness and his colorful gang of The Unknowns chased this killer through the underbelly of Cleveland for years. As far as the public was concerned, he was never captured. But what really happened is even more shocking.
The Girl Who Played With Fire (Millennium, Volume 2)
Mikael Blomkvist, crusading journalist and publisher of the magazine Millennium, has decided to run a story that will expose an extensive sex trafficking operation between Eastern Europe and Sweden, implicating well-known and highly placed members of Swedish society, business, and government.But he has no idea just how explosive the story will be until, on the eve of publication, the two investigating reporters are murdered. And even more shocking for Blomkvist: the fingerprints found on the murder weapon belong to Lisbeth Salander—the troubled, wise-beyond-her-years genius hacker who came to his aid in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and who now becomes the focus and fierce heart of The Girl Who Played with Fire. As Blomkvist, alone in his belief in Salander's innocence, plunges into an investigation of the slayings, Salander herself is drawn into a murderous hunt in which she is the prey, and which compels her to revisit her dark past in an effort to settle with it once and for all.
Bad Luck Chuck
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Perfect Blue: Awaken from a Dream
Delve deeper into the dark underbelly of super-stardom, where fame comes at a steep price. In this sequel anthology to the hit psychological thriller, Perfect Blue, creepy fans thrust their idols into struggles of life and death. Gruesome body switches, bloody fan letters, and a stalker in a terrifying rabbit costume–it’s a life of fame and misfortune that lies in wait for these hapless pop stars.
Slayground: (Richard Stark's Parker, Volume 4)
The award-winning graphic novel series adapting one of crime-fiction's most famous and hard-boiled characters continues in this beautifully illustrated and stylized masterpiece.Parker, whose getaway car crashes after a heist, manages to elude capture with his loot by breaking into an amusement park that is closed for the winter. But his presence does not go unnoticed -- a pair of cops observed the job and its aftermath. But rather than pursue their suspect... they decide to go into business for themselves, with the help of some "business associates." From then on it's a game of cat and mouse, one played out through the closed rides of the abandoned carnival... a game that slowly starts to favor the mouse.Winner of the 2014 Eisner Awards for Best Adaptation from Another Medium and Best Lettering, and includes the Eisner Award-winning short story "The Seventh"!
A gritty collection of graphic short stories by a Japanese manga master depicting life on the streets among punks, gangsters, and vagrants.Tadao Tsuge is one of the pioneers of alternative manga, and one of the world’s great artists of the down-and-out. Slum Wolf is a new selection of his stories from the late Sixties and Seventies, never before available in English: a vision of Japan as a world of bleary bars and rundown flophouses, vicious street fights and strange late-night visions. In assured, elegantly gritty art, Tsuge depicts a legendary, aging brawler, a slowly unraveling businessman, a group of damaged veterans uniting to form a shantytown, and an array of punks, pimps, and drunks, all struggling for freedom, meaning, or just survival.With an extensive introduction by translator and comics historian Ryan Holmberg, this collection brings together some of Tsuge’s most powerful work—raucous, lyrical, and unforgettable.
Following an unfortunate incident of manslaughter and at a moment of radical change in Germany, Detective Inspector Gereon Roth moves from his old position in Cologne to a new appointment in Berlin. He stumbles into an ever-growing criminal investigation into a pornographic sex ring, discovering that he can trust no one, not even the police. Set in the 1920s, at the birth of the Weimar Republic amid great economic and political difficulties, this is a tale of corruption, trafficking, and scandal.
In the city of God's Helm, built ages ago under the shadow of the crystalline Sky Castle, Humans and Orcs have terrible Tinder hookups, Beholders and Gelatinous Cubes run Fortune 500 companies, and New Wave Dwarves wait tables at trendy Hobgoblin bistros.A young Ranger woman who came to the city with dreams of adventure, her drug dealing reptilian wizard roommate, and her boisterous Dwarf maiden BFF embark on a modern day quest to save the world while struggling to keep their crappy day jobs and pay off their student loans. They are joined in this quest by a thief (a half-Goblin sleazeball and the wizard's boyfriend), an elf (the hot actor-wannabe currently working as a waiter), a cleric (the cute guy from down the hall and the dwarf's occasional hook-up), and a barbarian (the religious fanatic who works in the cubicle next to the ranger).
Pearl (Volume 1)
Bendis, Brian Michael
Pearl Tanaka is an outsider among outsiders. A Japanese American with albinism, she was born into a world ruled by the American yakuza. Now she uses her unequaled skills as a tattoo artist to make a living in San Francisco, and all that she owes to the yakuza is the occasional kickback from her shop.That all changes the day that she meets Rick Araki...and saves his life. Rick is another tattoo artist, who's run afoul of a different yakuza clan. By interfering with their hit on him, Pearl risks drawing her patron into a deadly gang war.Worse, Pearl has revealed to her yakuza bosses one of her deepest secrets: she has a talent for killing. Now, to pay off her debt, she must become an assassin for her yakuza clan.But Pearl Tanaka's secrets run more than skin deep...The Peabody Award-winning creators of Jessica Jones, Brian Michael Bendis (Superman, Powers) and Michael Gaydos (Alias) begin a masterful saga involving art, crime, loyalty and passion in Pearl Vol. 1. Collects issues #1-6.
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Full Stop (The Flash, Volume 9)
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Incognegro: Renaissance (A Harlem Murder Mystery)
A page-turning thriller of racial divide, Incognegro: Renaissance explores segregation, secrets and self-image as our race-bending protagonist penetrates a world where he feels stranger than ever before.When a black writer is found dead at a scandalous interracial party in 1920s' New York, Harlem's cub reporter Zane Pinchback is the only one determined to solve the murder. Zane must go "Incognegro" for the first time, using his light appearance to pass as a white man to find the true killer, in this prequel miniseries to the critically acclaimed Vertigo graphic novel, now available in a special new 10th Anniversary Edition.With a cryptic manuscript as his only clue, and a mysterious and beautiful woman as the murder's only witness, Zane finds himself on the hunt through the dark and dangerous streets of "roaring twenties" Harlem in search for justice. In a time when looks could kill . . . Zane's skin is the only thing keeping him alive.
Demon (Volume 2)
The OSS is after Jimmy, and they're planning on using his daughter to catch him. But Jimmy will tear the world apart to keep his daughter safe. Literally. This morally bankrupt immortal freak of nature has absolutely no concern for the wellbeing of any human being besides himself and his Sweetpea. It'd be adorable if it weren't so scary.From the brilliant and profane mind of Jason Shiga, known for his high-concept comics work on the web and in print, comes a magnum opus, Demon: a four-volume mystery adventure about the shocking chaos (and astronomical body count) one highly rational and utterly sociopathic man can create in the world, given a single simple supernatural power.
In Brooklyn, a serial killer is on the loose--and when strange clues lead down a paranormal path, a detective confronts his inner demons to solve the case.After returning from a tour in Afghanistan, detective Billy O'Connor returns home to a Brooklyn he doesn't recognize. As he tries to return to his normal routines, his PTSD is easily triggered and he suffers severe hallucinations. Once he begins to work a gruesome homicide case, however, O'Connor has difficulty sorting out what's real--and after he uncovers some strange clues, he'll have to face the unthinkable to bring the killer to justice. From New York Times Bestselling authors Paul Levitz (75 Years of DC Comics: The Art of Modern Myth-Making) and Tim Hamilton (Ray Bradbury's Farenheit 451: The Authorized Adaptation), this volume collects all sixteen chapters originally serialized in Dark Horse Presents Volume 3 #17-#22 and #24-#33!
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