Chip Zdarsky (W), Jason Loo (A/Cover), Paris Aditya (C)
Welcome to the Allnighter, the only diner in town where you can get coffee and a meal from sunset to sunrise! The staff are friendly (kind of) and happy to serve you (sometimes), and it would never cross their minds to drink their customersâ€™ blood . . .
Alex is bored – flipping burgers for strangers all night is no way for a vampire to live. But he and his fellow vampires Joy, Cynthia, and Ian have agreed to blend into human society. Inspired by superhero movies, one of few passions in his un-life, Alex decides to don a cape and start fighting bad guys. But his decision will have bigger consequences than he realizes – for himself and for everyone he wants to protect.
The Allnighter is a story about found family and a new twist on superheroes! Collects issues #1-5 of The All-Nighter from the ComiXology original digital series in print for the first time.
136 pages, $19.99, available on Feb. 16.
Jesse Stern (W), Neil Edwards (P), Keith Champagne (I), Antonio Fabela (C), and David Nakayama (Cover)
The legends from the battle royale video game find themselves pulled together to rescue the city from Mad Scientists, brutal assassins, and the sudden and sinister grip of The Syndicate, a corrupt cabal attempting to « fix » arena outcomes in their favor. Will the legends hold up to their celebrity status and be the heroes Solace needs? Collects the four-issue miniseries.
69 pages, $19.99, available on Feb. 16.
AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER – NORTH AND SOUTH OMNIBUS TP
Gene Luen Yang (W), Michael Dante DiMartino (W), Bryan Konietzko (W), Gurihiru (A/C/Cover)
When Katara and Sokka return home to the Southern Water Tribe, they are shocked to find that it has gone from a small village to a bustling city! Malina, a Northerner, is behind the change and plans to unify the Water Tribes, but Gilak, a Southerner, leads a fierce rebellion to stop her. In the face of these two opposing tribes, Katara will have to make peace with her nostalgia and mistrust to save the home she loves from being permanently torn apart. This edition of Avatar: The Last Airbender – North and South collects parts 1-3 for the first time in paperback.
224 pages, $24.99, available on Feb. 23.
Jeff Lemire (W), Malachi Ward (A/C/Cover), Matthew Sheean (A/Cover B), Rich Tommaso (W/A), Caitlin Yarsky (Cover)
The mad space-faring adventurer Colonel Weird and his trusty robot companion Talky-Walky have spent months mapping out the bizarre intricacies of the Para-zone only to find themselves trapped in a interdimensional nightmare in which there is no escape! Featuring a special 2-page Inspector Insector backup story by Rich Tommaso.
32 pages, $3.99, available on Dec. 29.
Martin Desmond Roe (W), Travon Free (W), TBD (A)
On the night of winter solstice in 2020, the world was caught by surprise as every black person suddenly gained a set of superpowers, they did not have the day before. As winter solstice 2021 approaches everyone anxiously awaits whether their superpowers will come back. Meanwhile, a group of siblings have conceived the ultimate plan to use their powers – which theyâ€™re sure will come back – for the greater good even as everyone else tries to stop them.
64 pages, $6.99, available on Dec. 22.
Hiroaki Samura (W/A/Cover)
Over 700 pages of samurai swordplay and grudge matches in one killer, value-priced collection! Featuring Hiroaki Samuraâ€™s fast-paced « Mirror of the Soul, » « Last Blood, » and « Trickster » story arcs! Kidnapped and bound by three Itto-ryu warriors, Rin is unable to warn her bodyguard, Manji – the seemingly immortal swordsman – that heâ€™s heading into a trap. The Itto-ryu thugs also possess a large dose of the only known poison to damage Manjiâ€™s blood and severely cripple his regenerative abilities. And is the Mugai-ryu assassin Giichi following Manji in order to help rescue Rin . . . or will he just stick around long enough to finish off any survivors? Collects volumes 13 to 15 in the original serialized format, in a faux-leather hardcover treatment, and with a bookmark ribbon.
736 pages, black and white, $49.99, available on Feb. 2.
Frederic Brremaud (W), Paola Antista (A/Cover), Cecilia Giumento (C)
Every day holds new surprises for best friends Manon, Erika, and Camille – after all, they have three rambunctious cats to look after! Join in on their adventures with this collection of short stories and get ready for some laugh-out-loud feline-filled fun!
An all-ages humorous collection of all the joys of being a cat owner. Published for the first time in English, this volume collects the final three of the original six French albums.
144 pages, $14.99, available on Feb. 23.
Darcy van Poelgeest (W), CoupleofKooks (A), Cris Peter (C), and Yoshi Yoshitani (Cover)
After their desperate escape with the newly discovered piece of the Luxon, Leylas Krynn recovers in safety with her partner Quana. The vision that inspired their quest yields a new hope in the form of a child . . . but all is not well with the Bright Queen, and the lingering traces of their narrow escape will put Leylas, Quana, and their new child at risk.
32 pages, $3.99, available on Dec. 22.
Colin Lorimer (W/A/Cover), Joana Lafuente (C), and Anita Vu (C)
A desperate motherâ€™s five-year search for her missing son leads her to the small town of Brimount and to the mysterious Phillips family. Daisy Phillips, like many teenagers, has a hard time fitting in, but not for the usual reasons. Daisy stands eight-and-a-half feet tall and is still growing, but her troubles with ill health, daily ridicule, and custom-made clothing are only the tip of the iceberg. Daisy may well be descended from a race of cannibalistic giants spawned from the outcasts of Heaven!
32 pages, $3.99, available on Dec. 8.
Jack Oleck (W), Al Feldstein (W), John Larner (W), Jack Davis (A), Reed Crandell (A/Cover), Graham Ingels (A), Johnny Craig (A), Joe Orlando (A), George Evans (A)
Enjoy the complete run of Terror Illustrated, an innovative « Picto-Fiction » magazine containing illustrated prose stories of terror, murder, and more of societyâ€™s supernatural secrets – featuring work by the classic crew of the EC bullpen: Al Feldstein, Jack Davis, Joe Orlando Johnny Craig, and more! This archive volume contains Terror Illustrated issues 1 though 3. Features the never printed third issue and a brand-new foreword by Mick Garris!
184 pages, black and white, $49.99, available on Feb. 2.
Roye Okupe (W), Sunkanmi Akinboye (A), Etubi Onucheyo (C), Tarella Pablo, (C), Godwin Akpan (Cover)
What happens when you infuse the likenesses, ambitions, and desires of legendary warriors and conquerors with an advanced AI? Well, you get a psychotic android who goes rogue and concocts a plan to « reset » humanity! An android named AVON! E.X.O. volume 2 picks up rightÂ where its award-winning Afrofuturist epic predecessor left off, as Wale Williams – a.k.a. tech-savvy superhero EXO – tries to save humanity! An Afrofuturist superhero story about redemption set in the bustling metropolis that is Lagos, Nigeria – with a creative team thatâ€™s also from Lagos!
280 pages, $24.99, available on Feb. 23.
Mark Evanier (W), Sergio Aragones (W/A/Cover), Thomas Yeates (A), and Tom Luth (C)
A bumbling barbarian encounters the cunning lord of the jungle, but will Groo wind up destroying the jungle itself or teaming up with Tarzan to fight slavers? With cartoonist Sergio lost and running from hungry lions in Chula Vistaâ€™s Jungle Safari Land and script writer Mark doing panels all day at Comic-Con International, how will this comic get finished? Legendary Tarzan artist Thomas Yeates swings in to help! Plus – the legendary Rufferto backup strips from the comic series and an introduction by Mark Evanier are also included! Collects the four-issue miniseries.
112 pages, $19.99, available on Feb. 2.3
Mike Mignola (W), Christopher Golden (W), Matt Smith (A/Cover), and Chris Oâ€™Halloran (C)
Acting as an involuntary vessel for the Norse god Thor, Hellboy and his ragtag team pursue the ancient evil thatâ€™s been unleashed on the world. But even the might of Mjollnir and the aid of mythological beings may not be enough to prevent the destruction that is to come.
32 pages, $3.99, available on Dec. 1.
Mike Mignola (W/Cover), Chris Roberson (W), Christopher Mitten (A/Cover), Ben Stenbeck (A), Michelle Madsen (C)
Reliving old stories with Hellboy and Professor Bruttenholm, Simon Bruttenholm recalls the strange tale of a woman whose synesthetic visions revealed the presence of a mysterious and malevolent entity. What ensues is a hair-raising confrontation worthy of the Silver Lantern Clubâ€™s finest!
32 pages, $3.99, available on Dec. 29.
Chris Roberson (W), Leila del Duca (A), Michelle Madsen (C), Christopher Mitten (Cover)
A locked-room murder mystery puzzles paranormal detective Sarah Jewell and her associate Marie TherÃ©se when a weekend trip on a private island off the coast of Washington goes astray. Trapped by a storm and surrounded by myriad suspects who have gathered for an auction of occult items, the intrepid duo must unravel the supernatural mysteries surrounding the guests in the hopes of uncovering the murderer! But all the while bodies keep piling up, and at any moment Sarah or Marie TherÃ©se could be next! Collects the five-issue miniseries.
128 pages, $24.99, available on Feb. 9.
Mike Richardson (W), Jordi Armengol (A/C/Covers)
Twenty-five years ago, a genuine masked hero came out of nowhere to declare war on crime. All of America celebrated the exploits of the black-clad vigilante as he took down one lawbreaker after another . . . and then he disappeared. But when down-on-his-luck investigator Jake Stevens is hired to find the long-missing dark avenger, his inquiries threaten to expose the myth behind the mask.
32 pages, $3.99, avaialble on Dec. 15.
Brian Michael Bendis (W), Stephen Byrne (A/Cover), Michael Avon Oeming (Cover)
It’s the second big chapter of the new sci fi odyssey: Joy Operations. Fifty-five years from now. Joy is an EN.VOI. A special agent of one of the Jonando Trust. Trusts are corporate-owned cities that are theÂ centerpiece of modern society.Â Â She rights wrongs for the trust. She is excellent. Perfection.Â Â Hard on herself.Â Â Driven.Â Â AlmostÂ legendary in some parts.Â Except now she has this voice in her head that is not her.Â Either Joy is losing her grip or an EN.VOI from a neighboring trust hasÂ entered her consciousness to get her to betray her cause.Â Â â€¨Joy is pissed off.Â Â Really really pissed off.
32 pages, $3.99, available on Dec. 16.
Michael Dante DiMartino (W), Bryan Konietzko (W/Cover), Joaquim Dos Santos (W), Lauren Montgomery (Cover)
Go behind the scenes of the animated series Legend of Korra Book Three – Change. Itâ€™s the perfect way to explore the smash-hit sequel to the blockbuster show Avatar: The Last Airbender! Reprinted just in time for the anniversary of the series, this handsome hardcover contains hundreds of art pieces created during the development of the showâ€™s third season. Featuring creator commentary from DiMartino and Konietzko, this is an intimate look inside the creative process that brought the mystical world of bending and a new generation of heroes to life! A must-have for any Legend of Korra fan!
Deluxe edition features a slipcase with a commemorative lithograph, celebrating this timeless series and the legacy it continues!
184 pages, $39.99 (Deluxe edition, $79.99), available on Feb. 16.
Mike Mignola (W), John Arcudi (W), Tonci Zonjic (A/Cover), Joe Querio (A), Kevin Nowlan (A), SebastiÃ¡n Fiumara (A), Wilfredo Torres (A), and Dave Stewart (C)
After years of captivating fansâ€™ imaginations from the pages of Hellboy and B.P.R.D., the pulp-style adventures of Lobster Johnson took the limelight in their own series of comics adventures. From gangsters to Nazis to an army of monkeys, the Lobster faces classic foes in strange new ways. His adventures are now collected for the first time in a hardcover edition, collecting trade volumes The Burning Hand, Satan Smells a Rat, and Get the Lobster and the short story « Lobster Johnson: The Empty Chair » featuring writing by Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and Tonci Zonjic with art by Zonjic, Joe Querido, SebastiÃ¡n Fiumara, and more.
448 pages, $39.99, available on Feb. 16.
Cullen Bunn (W), Fran Galan (A/Cover)
A down-on-his-luck schlub is possessed by a malevolent demon. Just when he thinks things canâ€™t get worse, the exorcism goes wrong . . . and he finds that somehow heâ€™s retained all of the entityâ€™s supernatural gifts. After a path of revenge on all the people that have wronged him, he begins to gather worshippers and form a cult. But the legions of Hell donâ€™t take kindly to this, and they send demonic agents to murder the schlub-turned-god before he gains too much power. Collects the four-issue miniseries.
104 pages, $19.99, available on Feb. 23.
Kevin Smith (W), Rob David (W), Tim Sheridan (W), Mindy Lee (A), Rico Renzi (C), Stjepan Sejic (Cover)
This is the official comic book prequel to the Netflix television show. Following a vicious Orlax attack on his father King Randor, He-Man learns the creature is linked to the origin of the sword of power. To save Randor and put an end to the chaos He-Man embarks on an epic journey that pits him against his longtime foes Skeletor and Evil-Lyn, and sees Teela take the reins of a powerful legacy. Collects the four-issue series and features covers by Stjepan Sejic and pinups from Mike Mignola, Walt Simonson, Bill Sienkiewicz and more.
96 pages, $19.99, available on Feb. 9.
Jeff Lemire (W/A/C/Cover A), Dean Ormston (Cover B)
Stuck in an urban labyrinth of his own torment, melancholy building inspector Will and his talking canine companion fight their way through a dangerous metropolitan maze and head underground on the hunt to find his long-gone daughter.
48 pages, $5.99, available on Dec. 15.
Aubrey Sitterson (W), Fico Ossio (A/C/Covers), Rachel Avila (C)
The next great Dark Horse universe forges ahead! With science incapable of curing what afflicts the world’s greatest fighter, VÃ¢le, his friends turn to an unlikely source of aid. Together, they venture to the mountaintop retreat of the woman who trained Vale’s friend and rival Timor: The enigmatic mystic Mistress Riellda!
32 pages, $3.99, available on Dec. 15.
Mike Mignola (W/A/Cover), Dave Stewart (C), and Ben Stenbeck (Cover)
Hellboy is gone, and the B.P.R.D. managed to fight off the monsters on earth long enough for humanity to just barely escape underground, but Edward Grey must return to Hell to confront a familiar foe and finish what needs to be done to truly save the world. Continuing after B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know ended in 2019, this one-shot is written and drawn completely by Mignola with colorist Dave Stewart, featuring a cover by Mignola and Stewart and a variant cover by longtime Hellboy universe artist Ben Stenbeck.
32 pages, $3.99, available on Dec. 1.
Jeff Lemire (W) and Jock (A/C/Cover)
Milli and Mae donâ€™t really know how their people came to live here. No one does, not even their wise and gentle Father. On Millikenâ€™s twelfth birthday, their father takes the two girls on an overnight skate down the trench – a coming-of-age ritual to teach them how to fish the frozen river, how to hunt the wild Trenchdogs that wander its frigid banks, and how to give proper thanks to their frozen Gods – The Colden Ones.Â Itâ€™s the trip of a lifetime until the girls push beyond the borders of their humble land and awaken the Trenchâ€™s deadly defenderâ€¦The Snowman! What follows next is an action-packed story of survival, loss and redemption.Â Collects issues #1-#4 of Snow Angels from the ComiXology original digital series in print for the first time.
88 pages, $19.99, available on Feb. 2.
Stephen McCranie (W/A/C/Cover)
Unravel the conspiracy at the heart of the FCP in the latest volume of Stephen McCranieâ€™s Space Boy! In the aftermath of the Homecoming dance, the students of South Pine are left reeling from the disappearance of one of their friends. As Zeph, Cassie, and David struggle to make sense of the tragedy, Amy begins to adjust to her new life in the FCP, finding unexpected allies as she tries to uncover more about the shadowy organization, and what its goals are for Oliver and herself.
240 pages, $10.99, available on Feb. 23.
Greg Pak (W), Diego Galindo (A), Francesco Segala (C), Marc Aspinall (Cover), Simone Di Meo (Cover), Adam Gorham (Cover), Mack Chater (Cover)
With the storm still raging outside, our group of adventurers have finally found the treasure inside the Tomb of Ybwen! However, when the contents of the treasure prove disappointing, Willâ€™s anger gets the better of him. Now, with Mr. Clarkeâ€™s condition worsening and the gang still stuck inside the mine, Will must face the consequences for his actions and come to terms with his grief.
32 pages, $3.99, available on Dec. 29.
SUMMER FIRES HC
Giulia Sagramola (W/A/C/Cover)
In Giulia Sagramola’s first long-form graphic novel, we follow the story of two sisters, Rachel and Sylvia, as they come of age in a typical Italian town. The two find themselves faced with the tough choices of teenaged life, which mirror the fires in the surrounding hillsides of the town, as one decision or another leads to unsettled feelings and desires.
This wonderfully and meticulously illustrated tale takes all of the consternation and heartbreak we know too well from teenaged life, and puts it on display in a beautiful and subdued package.
208 pages, $24.99, available on Feb. 16.
Aubrey Sitterson (W), Tony Gregori (A/Cover), Lovern Kindzierski (C)
A dirty cop, a drugged-up back-up dancer, and an angsty adolescent god; the absolute worst dudes in the galaxy are on a raunch-filled hunt for a missing pop star. It’s a hilarious, aggressively weird, willfully vulgar detective story. Collects issues #1-5 of this raunchy, off-the-wall tale!
120 pages, $19.99, available on Feb. 2.