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Aberrant Season 2

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CHAPTER 1: I NEED A HERO. As a wholly new and delightfully twisted story arc begins, David is forced to team with the man he hates most (and trusts the least) to complete a key mission. Disgraced former superhero Lance Cordrey wonders if he has one last save-the-world push left in him.

Afterburn Crossfire

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After half the world is destroyed by a solar flare, Jake and his team find themselves in a race to recover as many first class relics from the Burn Zone as possible. But before they can they must face an old rival, hostile mutated survivors, and a ghost.

Zombie War

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A worldwide pandemic causes the dead to rise as zombies, but complete with the capacity for thought and emotions! However, they see the humans as vermin to be eradicated!

Moon Knight (2006)

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It's hard to pin down who Moon Knight truly is. Sometimes he's the enormously wealthy, somewhat crazy Marc Spector. Others he's the brutally violent vigilante who follows the will of Khonshu, God of Vengeance. Even more personalities may dwell within his schizophrenic psyche, but thankfully, the madness helps make Moon Knight one of the grittiest, most engaging and unpredictable titles in the Marvel line-up.

Nightcrawler (2002)

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At last, the swashbuckling mutant teleports into his own X-Men Icons mini-series! Kurt Wagner has seen many things in his time as a member of the X-Men: distant lands, deadly adversaries, even galaxies far, far away. But closer to home, there are evils that he's never faced, evils that will test his courage and faith like never before! As with CYCLOPS and ROGUE, NIGHTCRAWLER is being produced both for the veteran and casual reader in mind. This is the definitive Nightcrawler: who he is... why he is a hero... and what he believes in.

Nightcrawler (2004)

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The X-Man known as NIGHTCRAWLER is a man with a foot in two worlds-one the daylight world of super heroes and super-villains, the other a netherworld of demons and angels, ghosts and monsters.

X-Men: Legionquest

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Legion tries to go back tin time to kill Magneto, to make up with his father, Professor X. The X-Men follow him into the past and try to stop him, but they fail. When Legion is just about to kill the Magnus of the past, the Charles Xavier of the past jumpss in front of the blast, ending his life. This causes the Earth-295 alternate reality to begin.

Dark Reign: Fantastic Four

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Dark Reign strikes Marvel’s first family—in an explosive way! Prepared to be blown away as: HAMMER agents attack the Baxter Building. Reed changes everything. The Human Torch suffers a horrible loss and Franklin and Val go shopping. There's Time travel, Alternate realities, Celestials, Eternals, Deviants and Doombots... and more important than all of that, we find out the answer to the question: What is the Bridge?

Deadpool Corps

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The Deadpool Corps embark on the universe-spanning mission that only they can accomplish. Tapped by the Elders of the Universe to gather a crack team of his alternative universe selves for what amounts to an intergalactic suicide mission, Deadpool just can’t say no. Enter: Headpool, Kidpool, Dogpool and Lady Deadpool – and it’s off to the rescue, right? Not so fast. Turns out another Elder, the Champion, isn’t quite sold on this new super-team.

Grimm Fairy Tales: Myths And Legends

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Zenescope Presents a new ongoing series that promises to be one of the hottest independent titles of the year. After the milestone events of Grimm Fairy Tales #50 creatures from the realm of Myst have escaped into our world. Captured by the evil Baba Yaga for her sinister plans they are about to cause major havoc on earth. This first arc revisits the characters and story from the very first issue of Grimm Fairy Tales - Little Red Riding Hood. Brittany, our hero from issue #1 is back, working in a treatment center for adolescents. Little does she know that something from another realm has caught her scent and will stop at nothing to find and destroy her before her true purpose is revealed.

Prelude To Deadpool Corps

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Witness the birth of the most important super hero team ever in a universe-spanning event that will rock the month of March! Wade Wilson has been tapped to save the Universe, and to do that he's going to need help. Enter: The sexy-but-insecure Lady Deadpool! The devious-but-lovable Headpool (a.k.a. the Zombie Deadpool Head)! The bratty-but-brilliant Kidpool! And the irascible mutt known as Dogpool! Individually, they're, well, kind of messed up, but together, they're the unstoppable force know as DPC.

Warlord (2009)

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Writer and artist Mike Grell was back at the helm for the return of DC's greatest sword and sorcery hero - Travis Morgan, the Warlord. During its late 1970s heyday, the title had been one of DC's best sellers. The new series followed on from the end of Grell's original run, ignoring 2006's attempt at a reboot. Opening with a new group of explorers finding their way to the lost world of Skartaris, the action soon reintroduced Travis and his trusted sidekick Shakira, as the Warlord became involved in helping his old friend Machiste retake the entire Shadow Kingdom. Joe Prado provided the interior art, with Mike Grell producing the covers and script.

Bad Dreams

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From the co-creator of Lucasfilm's Maniac Mansion comes a lavishly illustrated twisted tale of whimsy, bouncing off classic fairy tale tradition. When Mother Night goes missing, everyone slowly loses their minds from a lack of sleep. An odd band of dreamworld misfits must band together to find her.

Deadly Class: Killer Set

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It's not Summer Break yet! FCBD fans will be treated with a special one-shot standalone Deadly Class story. Readers of the ongoing comic series by Rick Remender and Wes Craig, viewers excited about SYFY channel's adaptation from Executive Producers the Russo Brothers (directors of Avengers: Infinity War), and new readers alike, will enjoy entering the world of King's Dominion School for the Deadly Arts, where the world's top crime families send the next generation of assassins to be trained. Murder is an art. Killing is a craft. At Kings Dominion School for the Deadly Arts, the dagger in your back isn't always metaphorical.

Harvest

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Livers, kidneys and rogue medical teams, oh my! Welcome to Dr. Benjamin Dane's nightmare. His only way out? Bring down the man who set him up for murder by reclaiming organs already placed in some very powerful people. The only people Dane can count on are an ex-Yakuza assassin and six year-old drug fiend. If Dexter, ER & 100 Bullets had a three-way and that mind blowing tryst somehow resulted in a kid, that kid would read HARVEST.

Madrox (2004)

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Jamie Madrox leads many lives, all of them different. A near-death stab victim hobbling off a bus. A private investigator. A monk. But who is the real Jamie Madrox? Find out here!

New X-Men (2001)

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Cassandra Nova has murdered 16 million mutants. Now she has her sights set on The X-Men! Xavier and his team of mutants have long dreamed of a time of peace. But the time for dreaming is over. Now it is time to fight.

The Ogre Gods

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Petit is the son of the Ogre King, and the littlest giant in the royal clan. Scarcely larger than a mere human, he is the latest sign of the family's rapid degeneration, which makes each generation smaller than the one before. His father wants him killed as an embarrassment, but his mother sees in him the possible regeneration of the family lineage, since he could mate with a human, just as the Founder of their lineage once did. Confused, she confides in great Aunt Desdée, the oldest of their clan, who was once dishonored because of her love for the humans, whom the Ogres consider little more than labor and food. But contrary to her guidance, she decides to raise Petit in the family traditions, including the violent impulses that this entails. So Petit grows into manhood, torn by the hunger he inherited from his upbringing and the sympathetic education he received from Aunt Desdée . . . will he find his place in this world divided between humans and giants, neither of which truly accept him? And will he survive the voracious appetite of his own monstrous family?