Jordi Lafebre (W/A/C), Clemence Sapin (C).

After forty years of being madly in love, Ana and Zeno are finally retiring and giving their romance a chance to bloom while they both still have time left. A unique but relatable love story told in reverse, with each chapter stepping further back through the decades of touch and go courting, showing both the heartbreaking moments that kept the two lovers apart and the beautiful moments that kept their flame alive. This isn’t a tale of missed connections and regret but rather a story celebrating the complexities of family, responsibility, destiny, and how love persists across time with complete disregard for all of that. A unique love story starting with chapter 20 and rewinding to chapter 1 of their romance.

176 pages, $24.99, in stores on August 3.


Matt Kindt (W), Tyler Jenkins (A/Cover), Hilary Jenkins (C).

Two haunted men are on a hunt in the jungles of Vietnam searching for clues to a missing treasure trove of gold that was stolen from all over Asia by a Japanese general during World War II. Eventually they find a series of hidden caves in the mountains near the coast. Bodies start showing up¡©murder victims and mutilated corpses. As our warriors travel deeper into the mystery they learn more disturbing facts about each other and become paranoid of one another as they get closer and closer to the gold, while, at the same time, a bizarre serial killer is hunting them down. Collects the four-issue mini-series.

96 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 3.


Corinna Bechko (W), Beni R. Lobel (A), Wes Dzioba (C), Mark Molchan (Cover).

A common childhood ailment is revealed to be much more as symptoms among Na’vi children intensify. As Mo’at searches for a cure, she worries the infection was caused by humans. Meanwhile, Grace makes a discovery – one that questions her role in this crisis.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 1.


Daniel Freedman (W), Cristian « Crom » Ortiz (A/Cover).

From the creators of Raiders, Daniel Freedman and Cristian « Crom » Ortiz, comes an original dark fantasy graphic novel of epic adventure and magic.

Bianca, teenage apprentice to an infamous arcane blacksmith, is forced to flee her homeland and seek out Atlas, a fabled land of light ruled by « the clean god. » She is joined by a mysterious guardian spirit known only as the « BirdKing. » Together they will have to overcome dozens of enemies to reach Atlas and along the way, unravel the mystery of the BirdKing and their ancestral connection.

136 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 31.


Jeff Lemire (W), Dean Ormston (A/Cover), David Rubin (A), Matt Kindt (A), Dustin Nguyen (A), Emi Lenox (A), Nate Powell (A), Ray Fawkes (A), Michael Allred (A), ad Dave Stewart (C).

The first chapter of the superhero saga in affordable, omnibus format. Mysteriously banished from existence by a multiversal event, the old superheroes of Spiral City now lead simple lives on a bizarre farm from which there is no escape! But as they employ all of their super abilities to free themselves from this strange purgatory, a mysterious stranger works to bring them back into action for one last adventure!

Collects Black Hammer #1-13 and Black Hammer: Giant Sized Annual in a deluxe omnibus format!

408 pages, $29.99, in stores on August 24.


Various (W/A).

In 2001, Hellboy quit the B.P.R.D., leaving its roster of special agents to defend the world from any occult threats, and the growing menace of the frog army. Now their adventures are collected in one continuous saga, following the exploits of Abe Sapien, Liz Sherman, Roger the Homunculus, Johann Krauss, Kate Corrigan, Ashley Strode, and many more from the war on frogs through the end of Ragna Rok.

Join Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and a slew of talented writers and artists as they bring you the main collection of B.P.R.D. stories in a single series of ten volumes.

Collects B.P.R.D.: Hollow Earth & Other Stories,€B.P.R.D.: The Soul of Venice & Other Stories, and€B.P.R.D.: Plague of Frogs.

408 pages, $29.99, in stores on August 24.


Zack Kaplan (W), Wilton Santos (A), Jason Wordie (C), Adam Gorham (Cover), Jorge Fornes (Cover).

The prison break is on! Liam Watts and his teenage crew have infiltrated the massive Cube spaceships and begun their plans to break out Liam’s brother and their friends. But the problem with planning a dangerous heist in a prison spaceship from another dimension – everything that can go wrong will go wrong! And now, there is no way out!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 15.


Mike Mignola (W), Chris Roberson (W), Andrea Mutti (A), Lee Loughridge (C), Sebastian Fiumara (Cover)

Honora and Simon are pulled more deeply still into the mysteries of Noxton! Once Simon discovers the identify of his attacker, time is of the essence to figure out what happened to his missing researcher and how it connects to the strange town.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 29.


Will Conrad (W/A/Cover), Rod Monteiro (W), Marco Lesko (C).

James should be dead . . . and Dr. Sadao Shuzen is eager to get the inside scoop and see just what’s keeping him alive. But there are Nazi officers on site putting the doctor, prisoners, and their guards all on edge. With vivisection in his near future, escape might be James’s only way out – if he doesn’t want to leave in a body bag.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 22.


David Dastmalchian (W), Lukas Ketner (A/Cover).

The only thing harder for Jerri Bartman than learning how to get through her day without a drink is learning how to defeat a vampire. Contrary to popular opinion, sunlight, holy water and stakes through the heart don’t do much to help. If she’s going to survive the night, Jerri will have to learn a lot about monster immobilization. The startling conclusion to Count Crowley: Amateur Midnight Monster Hunter is sure to shock and horrify even the most resilient and red-blooded comic readers. Prepare for . . . the Mad Monster!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 29.


Bartosz Sztybor (W), Roberto Ricci (A/Cover), Fabiana Mascolo (C), Max Fiumara (Cover).

It hurts. Night City hurts. The suffering runs deep and the deeper one falls, the longer the self-prescribed dreams play. Fortune, hope, love ¡ªall made possible by DMS technology. But not everyone desires a happy ending. A braindance repairman discovers the answer to pain . . . comes in a blackout.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 1.


Dark Horse and CD PROJEKT RED partner for our latest additions to our hit figure line for the award-winning game of Cyberpunk 2077. The base for each features the « Samurai » emblem of the fictional Night City band, as seen on the base of our other Cyberpunk 2077 figures.

Adam Smasher Figure

Smasher is a towering cyborg, with little empathy or humanity left to be seen. After being blasted by an RPG, the Arasaka Corporation retrieved what was left of him and replaced what was missing with machinery. Now working as their muscle, he lives to repay them by killing any and all enemies of the corporation.

Stands approximately 12" tall including his larger base to incorporate his massive size.

$89.99, in stores on July 20.

Judy Alvarez Figure

As Night City’s premier braindance technician, Judy could have lived the life of luxury working for any corpo she wanted. Instead, valuing her independence too much to sell out, she instead set up shop in Lizzie’s Bar and became a member of the Mox Gang. Her anarchist spirit drew her to Mox in the hope that they could improve the lives of people in Night City.

Stands approximately 9" tall including base.

$59.99, in stores on July 20.

Panam Palmer Figure

If you think Night City is dangerous, just wait till you get to the Badlands. No one knows this more than ex-nomad of the Aldecaldo family, Panam Palmer. Locked in a bitter feud with the current tribe leader, she left to try her luck as a merc in Night City. Panam has her hands full as she fights for a better future for herself and those she cares about.

Stands approximately 9" tall including base.

$59.99, in stores on July 20.


Bartosz Sztybor (W), Jesus Hervas (A/Cover), Giulia Brusco (C).

A new urban development proposal is being pushed through city council – a flagrant infraction on those safeguarded by the Valentinos gang – one to indulge the selfish and decadent lifestyles of the wealthy and displace the eldery in a historic housing block. They enlist the services of three cyberpunks to discreetly and strategically terminate the project. With a mole on the inside, a waitress who dishes out more than meals, a government official with a fetish – everyone has their secrets, and each one is about to get exposed. Collects issues #1-4 of the mini-series.

104 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 17.


Colin Lorimer (W/A/Cover), Joana Lafuente (C), Anita Vu (C)

A desperate mother’s search for her missing son leads to the mysterious family of Daisy Phillips. Like many teens, Daisy has a hard time fitting in, but for atypical reasons: Daisy stands over eight feet tall and believes herself descended from cannibalistic giants spawned from the outcasts of Heaven. This frail, disfigured youth may hold the key to unlock the Language of Creation – the divine DNA of God – and expose the monstrosities that lie hidden within Creation itself. Collects Daisy #1-5.

128 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 31.


Nunzio DeFilippis (W), Christina Weir (W), Fernando Heinz Furukawa (A), Michael Atiyeh (C), Sachin Teng (Cover).

The trilogy that pits Fenris and the Inquisition against the Venatori for the fate of Thedas collected in a deluxe, oversized hardcover! BioWare’s award-winning game of the year dark fantasy RPG Dragon Age: Inquisition gets a canonical continuation in this collection of Dragon Age: Deception, Dragon Age: Blue Wraith, and Dragon Age: Dark Fortress.

200 pages, $39.99, in stores on August 10.


Gardner Fox (W), Al Feldstein (W), Johnny Craig (A/Cover), Sheldon Moldoff (A), Henry Kiefer (A), Ed Walden (A), Ann Brewster (A), Stan Ashe (A), Marie Severin (C).

The infamous EC Comics pre-trend crime classic is beautifully reprinted in full color and collected into a deluxe hardcover edition. Presenting tales of horrific crimes, grisly murders, and bizarre homicide cases featuring the titanic artistic talents of Johnny Craig, Sheldon Moldoff, Henry Kiefer, Ed Walden, Ann Brewster and Stan Ashe.

184 pages, $49.99, in stores on August 3.


Chuck Austen (W), Patrick Olliffe (A/Cover), Lee Loughridge (C).

Edgeworld marks the surprise return to comics of Dreamworks television producer Chuck Austen, the X-Men and Superman writer, partnering with his good friend, long-time Marvel/DC artist Patrick Olliffe.

On the edge of known space, on the backwater, frontier planet of Pala, magistrate Killian Jess, and native Palan Cheela fight to protect a planet, and people, the rest of the galaxy has forgotten. Battling military occupation, alien invasions, otherworldly infestations, drug running, gang violence, black market traders, and the disastrous, ecological aftermath of a brutal, planet-wide war, they must learn to work together and collect any allies they can from the castoffs, misfits, and aliens occupying Pala, in order to save the world they love.

136 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 24.


Hiroya Oku (W/A/Cover).

Gantz teams worldwide are being wiped out as colossal alien mechs begin the eradication of humankind. And matters for the Gantz warriors grow infinitely worse when the Gantz orbs that supply and transport them go silent. For the Gantz teams, only one option remains to turn the tide – a massed suicide assault against the gigantic alien mothership! Collects Gantz volumes 28-30.

628 pages, $24.99, in stores on August 17.


Carlos Perez Valderrama (W), Miguel Valderrama (A/C/Cover).

ter the loss of their leader – and father figure – the apocalyptic found family « the Forsaken » struggle to survive. When a fight among monsters forces them to move farther beyond the limits of the unknown 00 and with the way back blocked – they’re faced with more change as they encounter a group of monster hunters. When they learn that killing monsters has unintended consequences, tensions rise, loyalties are tested, and new beasts enter the fray! A post-apocalyptic kaiju story like no other!

144 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 24.


Brian Michael Bendis (W/A/Cover).

After years away, con man David Gold returns to the city he once called home and finds nothing as it was. But the man known as « Goldfish » has come back for one reason, and one reason only: his son. This enigmatic grifter returns to his old haunts to find his old flame practically running the city’s underbelly. His oldest friend and ex-partner in crime a police detective. The town itself seems to have turned on him. With everything going against him, how can Goldfish reclaim the only person that he still cares about? Written and illustrated by Brian Michael Bendis, Jinxworld and Dark Horse release an all-new edition of one of his grittiest works ever!

276 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 17.


Mike Mignola (W), Chris Roberson (W), Mike Norton (A), Dave Stewart (C), Laurence Campbell (Cover).

Hellboy, Professor Bruttenholm, and B.P.R.D. agent Archie Muraro investigate an abandoned sawmill that is rumored to be haunted. But when they get there, an unexpected discovery reveals an even stranger source for the rumors! Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and longtime collaborator Chris Roberson team up with artist Mike Norton and colorist Dave Stewart for a new story of strange doings.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 29.


Mike Mignola (W/Cover), Gabriel Hernandez Walta (A/Cover), Dave Stewart (C),

Trouble runs in the Whittier family! When Catherine Whittier learns she’s inherited the family home, she knows better than to go back alone, and Hellboy’s experience with the family (in Hellboy: The Whittier Legacy) makes him the perfect one to make sure any unkind spirits are rest. Because in a house with a history like this, ¡°plot" can mean more than just a family graveyard.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 22.


Mike Mignola (W), Christopher Golden (W), Patric Reynolds (A), Peter Bergting (A), Dave Stewart (C), Michelle Madsen (C), David Palumbo (Cover).

In an alternate, half-submerged version of Manhattan, Joe Golem uncovers the truth behind strange and occult happenings that threaten the city’s inhabitants. But perhaps the biggest mystery of all is his own past. Fight demonic rats, pursue forbidden knowledge, and much more as Joe and his compatriots tackle the supernatural together.

Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden bring us a heartfelt and harrowing saga that combines hardboiled detective with emotional drama and lots of magic and mystery! Featuring art by Patric Reynolds and Peter Bergting with colors by Dave Stewart and Michelle Madsen.

Collects Joe Golem: Occult Detective volumes 1-4.

536 pages, $39.99, in stores on August 10.


Dave Dwonch (W), Brockton McKinney (W), Magenta King (A/Cover), Arnaldo Robles (C).

Witness the decade’s most hysterically colossal throwdown as Jenny and Dana battle against the Jagokai death cult – and a psychically animated burger mascot! Meanwhile, Director Santo’s ominous plans begin to come to evil fruition, and thanks to Jenny’s father’s journal, Mega Commander Zero’s origin continues to be revealed. Plus, the first appearance of a character that will shake the very foundation of Jenny’s life!

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 8.


Brian Michael Bendis (W), Stephen Byrne (A/C/Cover).

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 the centerpiece of modern society. She rights wrongs for the trust. She is excellent. Perfection. Hard on herself. Driven. Almost legendary in some parts. Until one day a voice pops in her head trying to get her to betray everything she has ever believed. Collects the five-issue mini-series.

144 pages, $24.99, in stores on August 3.


Daniel Freedman (W), Robert Sammelin (A/Cover).

From Daniel Freedman and Robert Sammelin comes an original graphic novel that’s a nonstop, high-octane existential action spectacle that perfect for Mad Max: Fury Road fans. Stabbed in the back, poisoned, and left for dead by her own biker gang; Kali sets off on a one-way road of vengeance across a war-torn desert battlefield. With impending death coursing through her veins and a fascist army hot on her tail, Kali will stop at nothing to get her revenge, even if it’s the last thing she ever does.

144 pages, $29.99, in stores on August 17.


Tyler Crook (W/A/Cover).

A supernatural fantasy about loss, power, and destiny. An old and out-of-practice monster hunter in hiding crosses paths with a young girl that forces him to confront these chaotic creatures. As the beasts invade their tenement, they set off on a supernatural road trip to stop these ancient evils in a story that explores the ways that youth informs adulthood and how early traumas can haunt us of in old age.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 22.


Neil Gaiman (W), P. Craig Russell (W/Cover), Galen Showman (A/C), David Mack (Cover).

In Ragnarok: The Final Destiny of the Gods, artist P. Craig Russell illustrates the death of the gods and how the world will end and begin again.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 15.


Brian Michael Bendis (W), Michael Gaydos (A/C/Cover, and Jill Thompson (Cover).

A masterful saga involving art, crime, loyalty, and passion. Another blistering chapter in the saga of Pearl Tanaka. This young tattoo artist is still coming to terms with the fact that her entire family has always been the most hardcore yakuza clan when her tattoo shop is horribly destroyed and her awesome friends targeted for assassination by rival clans. Or is it someone closer to them? Bear witness to one of the most beautiful comics on the stands today as Michael Gaydos brings another fully painted chapter of Pearl Tanaka to life.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 29.


Geof Darrow (W/A/Cover), Dave Stewart (C), Frank Quitely (Cover), Ed Piskor (Cover).

The Shaolin Cowboy finds out if Colts and Kung Fu will guarantee him herd immunity when a flock of new enemies are trying to put him and his newborn charge on the endangered species list! A pandemic of action spread out over 29 pages because this is the€SCU!!!

32 pages, $4.99, in stores on June 22.


Frank Miller (W/A/Cover).

Stories of those lost in the gritty and crime-laden asphalt jungle are together in this collection from the acclaimed noir series, presented at original size and new wrap-around cover art by Frank Miller. There are all kinds of dark business you might encounter on a cold night in Basin City, and the tales in this anthology paint a gloriously dirty portrait. This edition includes a fourteen-page expanded cover-and-art gallery featuring pieces from previous editions.

The deluxe edition hardcover features high-end materials and finishes, and iconic textures from the series, housed in a cloth-covered slipcase with foil stamping.

168 pages, black and white, $25 ($100 for Deluxe Edition), in stores on August 31.


John Allison (W/A/C), Max Sarin (Cover).

A supernatural tale of friendship, the devil, and moral gray areas from the creator of Giant Days! A new year begins in Tredregyn, and a Satanic ritual goes awry – bringing the filming of a cozy TV detective drama to town. Unfortunately, this particular Pandora’s box contains a few things a lot less pleasant than casual jobs and showbiz glitz. Plus, in a special backup feature, a teen sleuth puts the cat among the parish pigeons as she attempts to solve the disappearance of a glamorous author.

190 pages, $19.99, in stores on August 10.


Michael Moreci (W), Todor Hristov (A), Dan Jackson (C), Marc Aspinall (Cover), Jacob Philips (Cover), Pius Bak (Cover), Micaela Dawn (Cover).

Young Russian teens Anna and Leonid are in a hurry to save their father, a scientist, from a top-secret prison in Russia. Luckily, they have a former spy on their side, protecting them from harm. But can they get to their father in time to save him from the maw of a KGB-controlled Demogorgon?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 22.


Mike Mignola (W), Rob Williams (W), Laurence Campbell (A/Cover), Quinton Winter (C)

From the ancient warrior Gall Dennar, to Sir Edward Grey, to the B.P.R.D.'s Agent Howards, the iconic Hyperborean sword from the world of Hellboy has landed in many influential hands. And this has been no accident. Trace the sword’s path through the adventures and encounters that finally brought it to Ragna Rok, at the end of the world, and witness the sword’s journey through history. Collects the four-issue miniseries.

136 pages, $24.99, in stores on August 31.


Cullen Bunn (W), Emily Schnall (A/Cover), Tyler Crook (Cover).

Years after leaving Harrow County, Emmy finds herself living a peaceful life working in a small-time diner and trying to put the past behind her. But when she discovers the city itself houses magical beings similar to those in which she escaped she discovers it’s impossible to escape the past.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 15.


Roy Thomas (W), Pablo Marcos (A/Cover).

Previously available only to subscribers of the Edgar Rice Burroughs website, Tarzan of the Apes is at last available in print. Presented in Sunday newspaper landscape format in a handsome hardcover edition, these adaptations of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ classic tales are scripted by comics legend Roy Thomas and illustrated by Pablo Marcos. Presenting the origin of the Jungle Lord and his earliest adventures, any Tarzan comics collection begins with Tarzan of the Apes.

136 pages, $29.99, in stores on August 24.


Cavan Scott (W), Andres Ponce (A/Cover).

From the writer of Star Wars: The High Republic comes an intense medical drama brimming with fairies, trolls, and real human pathos. St. Lilith’s is a secret hospital for supernatural creatures. The personnel are overworked and the facility is underfunded. It’s a place, and a life, Dr. Nat Reeves thought she left behind. Until a wounded woman (with a tail) appears on her doorstep.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on June 8.


Scott Snyder (W), Greg Capullo (P/Cover), Jonathan Glapion (I), Dave McCaig (C).

Since the very dawn of man, legends have been told of the conflict between angel and demon-kind. Lam Lyle, a woman of science, dismissed these stories as just that¡ªfiction. But when the loss of a loved one leads to the discovery of a hulking, benevolent demon named Hellvis, Lam realizes that her life is about to undergo a dire new direction. With a newfound partner and awesome powers now at her disposal, our hero suddenly finds herself thrust into a climactic war of good and evil with no less than the fate of the world hanging in the balance . . .

Collects the three-issue miniseries, plus never-before-seen sketch material and original scripts.

112 pages, $19.99, in stors on August 10.


Bartosz Sztybor (W), Aleksandra Motyka (W), Marianna Strychowska (A), Amad Mir (A), Vanesa R. Del Rey (A), Nil Vendrell (A), Lauren Affe (C), Hamidreza Sheykh (C), Jordie Bellaire (C), Miquel Muerto (C), Evan Cagle (Cover).

Collects€The Witcher: Of Flesh and Flame€#1-4,€The Witcher: Fading Memories #1-4,€The Witcher: Witch’s Lamen #1-4, and the Free Comic Book Day 2021 short story€The Witcher: Once Upon a Time in the Woods, and features a cover gallery, expanded sketchbook section, and more!

336 pages, $49.99, in stores on August 31.

C’est cool que ça sorte aux US ça.

Marrant, j’ai découvert l’existence de cet album hier, moi.


Sortit en novembre 2020, une joli petit bouquin en histoire d’amour inversé. On commence par la fin, c’est très joli, doux et le dernier chapitre est construit entière à l’envers.

Un livre que je continue de très bien vendre et qui n’a quitté le facing qu’en janvier.

En fait, tu n’as rien compris : c’est comme un manga, il faut le lire de droite à gauche !


Bon, bah j’ai ouvert le sujet ici.


Je viens d’apprendre l’anglais de « malgré tout ».